Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: August 6, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00569
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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-1'1/- We are always glad receive reports I bi 9' JUlia D"., Tuttle has returned Best milk shakes ina town only Light 2-horse wagon, oil cloth top,, toes in one season. He understands t.

01/any society events,':church or lodge front her, northern/trip 'and from her 5 cents at Greer's. T .,* 21;<. for sale. Inquire of':A. <*: OODWIN. : all branches'of.agriculture thoroughlyand

., ,meetings banquets,, etc.annivtrsanes Such events,; celebrations., are .frequently -, appeatance has\ ..been much benefit ted lion. F. S.,Morse and the 'METHOPOisumn .23july-tf is possessed of sufficient capital to '

privatt'natur".and" the at'tendance by the change o|',scene and outing. had tjff honor of dining with George\H. Wright of ,Orlando advertiseS carry out successfully any undertaking

/ \t' islimiled to members only, or Mrs. Mary B ckell was at Juno! last Mr. and Mrsl/Adani Corell last'Sunday '6&000 homegrown smooth cayenne , in which be may ,engage He is well -; f

invited guests., Hrnre the METROPOLISrepresentative Monday attending i the meetingjof the and had the pleasure' of riteeting Dr. .pineapple,slips in this! issue. He pleased with this vicinity.nd it is very '
not able to II'
is always
/ such ()Cf.llrrence,. ,If the secretary report Board of County Commissioners for the and I iirs. McNeil Who were speadiug a raised, all these slips,, himself and 'guarantees probable that he will purchase l proper }

of such meetings 'or any other person purpose_ of, getting her 'adjusted. f w'da)sia, ',Miami, -as the guesis'of, Mr.and every plant perfect. He is one ty and locate in South Dade. "'
; with mil be taxes ,* of the best nurserymen in the State
w furnish a report it Mrs. CoreelMr I. J ,
\ appreciated not only by us but will be f ,Oscar D/Tuck r, the luckiest fellow .' and we recommend him to our sub Give yourself a bath at Fr hawk' y
,1: read with interest by {our local sub in' Miami/is back again afteramonth's and Mrs. J. ,E. Ingiaabam..andMiSl bathing pavilions 8th' street and Bay
scribers. We believe if need Boulevard. I
scribers.Uuy ;s, ,. '%'atation/ n Ktntucky jfnd Tennessee.Hereports ,, t Kathleen and,; 1 Jan ies':Ingrahata;: slips they will not miss they it by giving>any .- \ 23july-tf, : ,
eft, the Ancient City .thi3WeeVfr Dr.J. M. Jackson,' Jr., left on the
having had a time ,
splendid him trial order. See his advertise
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:, \ MI II'CEI MEAT : l Grand Rapids, Mich. ,Mr, L igribawill ment, reading matter. train this morning for 'Gainesville I ,, l
Fre Rutter is hustling work on_the return'in a'few days,,butf' lt,family among \ Fla., and,: vicinity. While ,absent he;f'

grading for the new terminal with all will spend several weeks: 4n Michigan S. ,L. Patterson' assistant to Dr. will visit his mother. It is, &Isor,quite) ",

,< \ Minor toelUneons Miami 'Hatters the men.he cap get. It takes time:to and ,then go to-CanadaSji ,t Graham in 'the Robbins & Graham law' probable that Mrs. Jackson\and baby' ..;

mote Miami rock. It is different from h. "I office, left Wednesday morning on:a vacation will return with the D y tor. He only :.

: Modestly. ;iMelltioD;& sand. ,\ Adam' Corell ourYp tpularliveryman;! !: of a couple of ,weeks.: He will expects to be'gone a few days We r
ellent ?*
business Uzi Alt 'of '
'" /Canned !feats and Vegetables','fresh, his reports teams" have as been ,constantly, engaged spend a' ,greater part ,of his' time in wish him a pleasant trip knd a sate re- ... s
i\ Dr.'T. E. Culverhouse returned jit.T.,N.'GautierV; } Middle Florida, particularly at, Tallahassee ' turn. The Doctor is too good and effic1ient .. ,
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for, the past /ew weeks and there '
from'a' visit to; frienasatOgila. where o.ue of his brothers. and a man to spare away from
; ( Chas. A. Spencer and Capt. Leo Vogel i s a considerable'Mount i of_ work still ouN
Cntler \ bis father now reside., Mr. Patterson city for' of
Minnie time
Miss Geiger i of spent// any length ,
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l .. U. S. steamboat inspectors for this in, sight lie sa/ he, asks for otbingttet
1' % has worked \faithfully and, efficiently fortunate in such
;several days the cjty.this week. W very having a skillful, ex-
district, arrived in:the train last night ,than for/busine t ito continue '
.' The bicy PJjs will have 'a lO-dfe ' for the past year and this ia his ,perienced.and conscientous a physician, ,,
and are in the city to-day official steadily as it \
on Is,1
first vacation. We sincerely truSt that and who 'withal is round .
.. .: race to-morrow bet eenand,5 pnT business. I one au'a11' ..-
,# 1 I ; Win. M. Brown, casbie of the Bankof he will receive"much benefit from his gentleman. "> .

.Mrs John Stprts,of Cocoanut Groye, The .cutin, the!! ,canal connectingLake Bay' Bi&cay ie, is 'now, running the outing. -
,S' ,registered at the Hotel Miami' last 'Wflrth,with :Jupiter is now''com : bank' himself f, t has. H.) G rtbslde and Mrs.John T.Carey was in the city '
letter last
In a from; 'Archdeacon Higgs Monday and made, office .
oar
h.trb : plete Only little clearing is to be a
,," a H J. Ant ony both being- absent on
'' dated'f'uty 27, ,be says, among other pleasant call. She left ax jar of, most t .
tbe will
f.Qolusia'' ,donel, nd. ,route be.opetr'for I their tion. Wm;, M. Brown
vac
says
s A, "" T' ... this b'"Pl tell the delicious ,
,the'cityag { navigation 1** '-t '. '"* .' atvMtami ase 'good ladies gauya jelly with: the editor. "
is in in' thi; uldmist soon'fftay {
week important lie
on '"w as .asTitusville that :
n6ngto hear .from them. But : too
speak
; \fecan'not highly in praiseof
3 buslaess' :I I,1 I/ \ .Bern to Mr. and Dirs.I .Geo.Wi Pierceat i as Mrs. Brown,and the children for your kindness in sending i the Miami the article which.> .Mrs. Carey.manufactured '

' \\I Oscar B\Parker has the t for, Buena'Vista a daughter,last,Friday. have, gone North. METROPOLIS I would know nothingof with her own' band We understand "

%famishing Jthe,piling for the wharf at Mr. Pierce was around',town.this week I Little Miss Lillian Graham fell out all,the good,'work: they '[are ''doing.. ,that she has l1ade.about thir-

J the new terminal. A1 \t1 with '\beaming emi shaking, hands of'the second"story window ofthe, 'J.W. I[ do enjoy,your,paper. There always tj cases'of,.jelly each containing two td ' '

""'a \Workmen ar lusy.P9tt.ing in'tw with his..friends." : ile. I : I Johnson residence on the south side' of, lots of interesting news to 'read, in it. ?zen pint jars and ia-preparedto take forders '

.fountains in front+ otJ.benain entrance. R. R.'McCormick I, now at ;Lake Ed- th'river/ a few days' since. At first her I am glad the iundy'scbool is started ,from,any one who may wish to i

{: of,the,Royal..Palr. \ *: ward, Canada, having just returned parents feared she was seriously if not and doin'gwe, 1.. Please remember me purchase' any of the 'j l1y.as long as Itl -

,'John J.'Philbrick jagent,for the FiE.C. from>., a month's bun ing, trip through r /tAlly injured but w'bb they picked kindly;'to all..". ,ts.V e are confident that as soon as ...

'.f | .. 'R. W.at, 'WStJ>'spending the w' Jd.l of Canada, a section as wildas per, up they found that,she, bad not received T. J. Hooks, one,of' the largest, and our people have,opportunity'to sam- ; -

-: a few days in fey '. .the Klondyke region. any'injury! whatever. most 'successful vegetable growers of plf delicious. ..flavor she will be able : .

: :1 J. R.Parrott, v pre e vand:' R.\ iMrs. Jflhn\ T.'Carey I proprietress o :Nick: Townley' has been 'quite 111 for Clearmont,' Lake County,. .has been' ,to'dispose of the entire. lot.Dr. '

, T. Goff / the' the'past ten,days being confined to hieroom speeding! several days in I this vicinity .
; | auperint ,of the 'E"c: LemonXcity Hotel was in \,tow/ 'I 'I I ,1 and Mrs. McNeil, an extremelypleasant
', B. ;W,. Co., are in the city\ to-day. -\ yesterday a lq 'presented' the tdit. r but we are pleased, to' announce looking for a location. He is 1 very' and'ti'refined couple*,' spent'

l'', E.I R. Bradley- ,'and f" family, formerly,J witlf several'glass jars,of her preserved that he is now improving and will
f Lantana, Florida, are sow located I guavas..' ytbey, are.delicious. be about again. Nick has a host of only as ,a vegetable growing t; country, as'the guests of their old.
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friends who Will regret to 'hear of his but he his great faith in the ultimate friends Mr. and Mrs. Adam Corell. Dr. ; _
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permanently up the Miami, river.Hon. Sane Kraut 3-pound cans 2 f0r 25 !
illness trust be will of tropical l fruits ,as market
.. cent 23juif-tf and sincerely that success a McNeil is experienced and up' to
\.t' : Geo. W. 'Allen': of Key West iat'T.N.Gautle's.' be as well as, ever again ia' a few days.. product.. Mr.: Hooks'is,one of the kind' date druggist' and may-decide to locates,, r l

'k SSed' through the city last Monday" Mrs. ll. A. Usina anoNtw c itdren ot men'.thit will receive a r most\ hearty, Miami.; He hails from Torrington ,

,; .if-4 i,morning en route (or Jacksonville.I , ,and Mrs.\DeMedicis', of, ,Stv: Augustine, L.jLarsen'| secretary of the.Fort Dallas welcome. Successful men are the. kindto Conn.' but has spent several (winters,,
and Paul E. Sabote Mr Land Company and assistant to J. '
wNw. : Bravo's 1'ath- fmost
.s :Culbertaon and E C, Dearborn build up the,country. 'In eland,' Fla.. Mrs. McNeil, is a
er, left for, their homes! in theS ncient E. Ingraham in the land department of .
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,Ie ofxCocoanut tarove, were ':, n the charming lady. would be
They a
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". guess on ;'ftue'bicyc e In Goodrich -
on Wednesday mornin \ the F. E. C R. W., eirae down on
city !business last rue's- City I J' deCided'acquisition,
# on important, [ & Bryan's window. for every dollar to Miami's social
Tuesday night's train.. He was engaged '
y. T'v\ \ :*''I: I +_Col.: Dal ton of Jacksonville warn almost all 'day W\Wednesday at purchase. 2t circle and the Doctor would, at once 4

.: ;: I A. D..Starbfrd,senior;partner the the city on Wednesday Tn/route to Key i Fort Dallas :with Mrs. Julia, D. Tuttleon Mrs.:A.: M. DeWitt,' and 'Miffs [Men* take;,first rank as a leading business

firm of,A. D.'StaVblrd. &;Son,/ eft for Wesfwith two car.loaf horse :and\ .important;: business for his, com- denbal) of Eustis,'relatives of our,efficient Di ,na We sincersly' trust that they .:

; jrhls) .home at Forest sty Tue, ayinorn.; mules..' He left with 1m property. on postmaster, J.., S.: W&rner, ,hate, willdecide to locate at Miami.x '-'
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j-,, \" /. the steamerWednesday\! : !night.Mr. panylMiss! | been spending a few days in the' city
ing.Jr "' / May 'He tea If, of West Palm The passenger train from the north
\ \ J. G. Baskin; expects to leave on '' : Samuel l 'Filer, wift: ? and daughterMaude f and are very' much pleasedVwith: this which' was 'I '' Benches very pleasant J'oung' lady,, is section. Mrs. DeWitt is the wife of ,
a vacation shortly. He' ill; not who'have been on the beautifu"Bay )
J ; go \ { night did not arrive till 3.Tuesday :=,
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week visiting the
n city
'I a L however, until, Dr. Jackson*re_ :Biscayne for, eome months, returned spending, a } Col. A. M. DeWitt, a very prominent 'morning. The '

: 4 tujrnsl; 1 .' jr'Arthur ,to t he, city on/the, JBiscayne last with her,friend Miffs Carrie Johnson. business mad of Eustis,.ud', is 'a very the' Saw! Grass Trestle delay "occurred at ,
the point'where
J .. \'West/ Democratd Miss MetealtJis\ a daughter of W. I. pleasant ,lady. Both ,she: and:, Miss
t : F. Lan r'of. Cocoanut Grove night.-Key. Equator the wreck, occurred last week
Metcalf, Esq., a prominent attorney of s
: Mendenhall made
JuIyWti urin'Jtbeir
j ,tpentJTuesday night in in the city many frieade Tuesday. A, ,force ol men '
an
4 '" lei \'. "i J West; Palm Beach, and, a sister of Guy short stay in Miami, all of'whom: : were at
: for Jacksonville on Wednesday Sanders & Atkinson have work trying to place the wrecked mail
: been retained JIetcalf: editor of the, Tropical: : Sun hope'to bathe.. of ,
pleasure meeting
,. morning. :; r "W f : to defend ':the crowd, of 31 ne of the same placeHonJ. ,- some car onjthe'\ track and the,work required
1 | them again at future time
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*y1. ;iAtteripe'nding. ; twp'.weeks:. wi 1h.u s gross who-were arrested. 1[for gamblinat ) much more: time than, 1$ was.anticipated - '
> W.E\van."uDuke\o(' 'i '
nbe mosquitoes have I left.as suddenly Edenrece; tly.. They ({will betriecat d | Dade, C.W..,Billiard and wife, a very'pleas- it would.: It pas expected 'to have .j. 4 ,
ia they/came. is was in thecityllastTuesday: on business ant couple of Densmore, Fla, a [small the ear. on the track'and of the
Miami I, . .now: '\free of the Brew d County pourt" which oat,' way-
occasion :
Ithjpeits. Y \ 4H.J \, convenes next Monday. I and took ( to bring the town on the S. F. and W., about ten before the, passenger was 'doe. :.about 8,
7 METROPOLIS 8 man a nice lot of cut flow
miles from Jacksonvillespent Sunday 8 o'clock. ,However the. difficulties
] Anthony of_the bank:'of Bay: :Yrs L. A.' borne filled' her : :
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f{Biscayne is. backet s gasoline er" He Was also _the bearer of half a and Monday of this week, in the' city. were miacalculatedand it was after 12
't. : after" amontha'vacation stove/tanl: until the fluid ran over dozen very fluq large alligator went" '
J, pearsfrom. L On Monday night they up to o'clock[when the car was finally gotten
spen i at his. old hometn and then lighbd itl! Result i-the who)) -
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Peacock; the
Chas. popular
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\ ; proprietor Lemon to' track
Georgia.Dennis / '' City spend .a day, ort o. at on the and hauled out of the way ..
stove was .enveloped ,in flames.! The of the Inn. The ,flowers!} and .nd'tb
1 1 " Mrs. Cary's hotel at that place. Mr. ,passenger train permitted to
\ ,, Q'.Neal, of Fort 'Lauderdale, cry of."fire",brought the neighbors and the. -were ,both duly appreciated' "
.. pears Hilliard has a large saw mill and ,lum pass f i50,0001choice
was in the city last the flames ,,'
expects ; wer extinguished.
theuogold' ber at Densmore. He baa sold
to leave for field [ We regret to; learn .that Mrs.' W.. J. yard I I smooth cayenne pine- "'
t shortly. I 1 I, .,_. \,, oAlaka '8ttrlingBak r of Key Large' arrivedat Smith, an old resident,of this, section, large quantities lumber: along the apple seekers, 12 inches up, all home

f }. the:c ty dock with a boatload ot'aUI.. died at her hone, in Buena yista las East Coast and it was matters ,in"con grown, ''at |12.60 per 100, or ,$125 per ('!'
l'| Mjss ,Mara Frow, of, Key West '%. g&"tfr pears lastl Wednesday morning' Friday She had, been a sufferer from nection with his business,, in that"(line 1.000 when'ordered in 1,000 or more Iota.

o. charming young'lady, has been aped e demand,was"so'heavy he"sold out that brought him to visit,, in this 1 eec Cash,with orders. Freight'prepald.. ,
3
ion the : chronic diarrhoea for a long time., Her I'guarantee every plant perfect.
past few weeks the- wither h 4
In city 'ore and vihowanted, tion.
night tot
: many
remains were Interredl fast Sunday at t : ;Address, Gxo.,H. WEIGHT, ,' :
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SrieudkMrs.: S. A. Bravo.: ,I I some of 'the. ;frnit sere,. disc p' ag6sp24 Orlando, Fla. '
) l Buena Vista. She leaves surviving her J.W Glidewell of.Grand Island:F Ia.ti : ,
I Judge; I Pleasant, Woodsoa, White"ogaiacy '] { .nted..' I, a husband, William Ji ,Smith, one o f who is one of the mostsaccessfultoma' .I J., '
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has returned:..toMliami' again* If"our ,4subsc' 'bar\s-' >thJ ook'l't the the oldest settlers on, the ,Bay. ...jind aon. to, growers in- the State. has been Planting. "' k

'Be cnmeaon: important! land business j date which is a part"'of 'address"on 1 \ .., If' \ spending several days of, this week in Lemons \ Large thrifty, can't

and, will l emaineeveral, \dar .' / their,paper and trill,,remit if i they 'are \ this city and vicinity looting'for Hart's Late be beat. At a'bargain,
-\, i in arrears it will be, appreciated J I Porto Rico sJips'and eucker) for,sale a new MandarinDommitt \ quality considered.: Address
Bet Californi.Api cots, -poundcanrutl..at Money .is bard to'get.,hold of'at thisf . from imported 1 lstoetr; Apply to H. location. ,Mr. Glidewell has cultivated L \- F. W. HATCH: Oak,, ",

T.N.G"tier'l.tf, - r " leuoJa, [ #heye r.'-_' *' ... Trice,WiUiams. -, Miami|River/. aug6-t. .as"much as a hundred acres ol toms.'.Hill, Volosia County,,,Fla. '23j-tf-lp: .

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HOM ESICKN ESS. them at my death, as"it does in'SODtr
'\ t'ountries'of the old world where ForSale, on Perrine drank:
u FIOI&:
Down at grandma's:! years ago. Forty acres land with 100 trees of i PI Rit.
t All :the Ih..elong..ummer day man! cannot merry a second time till he various varieties of fruit and bearing.: I

jiioproessions Did I:gambol to and fro. I has settled a portion on his first chicdren Pine view of Bay., Apply' to John

Sent Till athwart the evening the cool gray and lea gray ." 'Lovett, Cutler or to E.,C.Harrington, Shortest Line Between Flor da,,ant'all' "
"But that would be inconvenience Cocoanut *
a great Grove. 2-11tr8p1
Dewy waves of dusk gleam;
Plead i II then at grandma's kpee: ?' replied-Mr.;\ Crawford., "A man \ \\1 Northern Points. .' ) .

",I'm ao homesick; take me home!" has money in business ,and to take out a Lake Worth Front ] Sale. ;:Everett, Savannah. ,,August*, Ga., Colombia '

All the livelong Aummer day third if his wife dies might sadly embarrass -- Twenty-eight'6cree'situate' {two miles Washington, Baltimore,'. i' :r

I: GEo.M.R0BBINS. w ALTER 8. GRAHAM Did t gambol up and down, 1 him., Or e'eD'; the use of third, jonth of West Palm Beach in\ Section 3of Philadelphia, New York,

Romping on the fragrant hay-\"v set apa.rt\for\ them, might cripple him." [ Township W,. South 'of Range 43 East. ._. Boston and the i
bare and broW! Price $50 per acre. 1 1 ,
Up the, highroad ) "Better that here'be a little inconvenj LEaat
,,
) Making Journey. out of sight -lg.t.f' ROBBISS & )(. .
ROBBINS & GRAHAM COt qRAB Everett: Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga,
; fence than done to children
Till the swallows 'neath the comb a wrong I. Nn'hville. Louisville,Cincinnati sod Chicago
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r\:\ Of the{farmhouse twittered: A'Nlght,' said Mrs. Cralvford "The husband may; ,JhiJl is to certify that-I have\ -with- Everett, Birmingham. Holly Springs Mem
rj 'And I echoed: "Take me home!". lose e\"erf cent of what the'wife has phis.Little Rock,Kansas City,St.Loofi, Chicago. -
JraWn my tnterest in the flraq of John Sioux City. ] ,
:it:t Attoney3o.tLaw.MIAMI : : Life has been a summer day; i. ,'. struggled\, and saved all her life to help ..welt\t.Co. S. ROSENUEYKK.23jul18aiig. : . Klver Junction, Pensacola Mobile, New Or + '

: (: DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. But the sun la sinking low,. \ Xjn| accumulate. Marriage fo a partnership ,; > :\ . Jean.,Texu.Mexico,California and the Pad i
And the shadows ; "
evening gray and; like other partnerships moat I CCEFFECTIVE MAY
\ ; 10, $4891.,
with the noontide's -
'. \, #IU practice! in all courts. State and Fede. It. All Mingle the Is rough and steep glow; suffer some change, and Inconvenienceit lf to Ice tor Pnbltcatioti... NEw YORE EXNutas No. 38, Leaw Jackion- x
8|>e. lal facllltien for examining and perfeeling way I'1 ** IX r Yule 810: &.m', with Through Pullnan 81eep- ..i
t:: Laud Titles. We bave- tbe cnly comPle.pi' *" Where my truant footsteps roam. maVbef if one of tire partners dies.There LAUD OTnciUT" OATKESMLLB.IFVX : t ton for 'avhnnahColuwbta. Washington, Salore '
abstract books covering South Dade count And I can but pause and weep: July If, 18<7,1 r Phttodelphla, New York and all Eastern
A and receive daily reports from the Clerk f I'm ad homesick; take me home must necessarily be a new adjustment Notice is herebytglten that the following',* point Connectslor FVroaDdloa. Return
If. the Circuit Court at Juno showing an IAn -8. Q. Laplus. In Chicago Inter Ocean of interest*." named 1 settler baa! filed notice of bisifntentiop Train No.*} reaches Jacksonville w.JOp. m.
r Alt the certified Abstracts Title NEW.Yoas FAST MAIL,No-86, Leave JaekonvtlfeTW -
"But tbeXlaw allows to anil
to make
r fornSouth you a I make final proof in hi* claim
'. support .
;0; t Dade county are made at our Miami t TU* dally.for same point north
office 11'1" THE SECOND TIME. will and giveaway your property, iffy .1 that nald proof will fce made before W.' )(. Fea"therlr "" Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New
..' '' York. Return No. a:.arives Jacksonville 9 10
dear, just as does me." I U S. Commissioner at illaml. Florida .

j WILLIAM sCOTT CORDON" R. BROOM)( "Yes what I have: inherited before orsince I on August 30, 11&17, vizEdUnnd F. a.">, ATIAXD JACKSONVILLE: Ko.138 iCIWI 11. Leave ,
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BY I SARAH J[. BOLTOW. my marriage;but.I have inherited Knowles, of Lemon City. Florida, bimestehd Jacksonville 7:00 p. m. via Everett,'If aeon;
I SCOTT & BROOME Atlanta,Chattanooga- Connect for Louisville,
4 :yiG99 for tbe southwest, quarter of toe norm
I none and you have not. We have made Nashville St.Louis Chicago and,allNorthern{ ,
',: .Attorneys-at-La1w s HE nan. John 'ours together and you,have often said west:section :24 and nonth half of Northeast Cud wet>t nl points. Returning train arrive
1. Crawford 'had quarter, section,:J3, township 52 south; .''range 41 J Jacksonville:10 a,m. .Polm\D; | .
be-
. NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE that you'owe as much to,my skill and east., ARHKVILLT ROCTC.Through Sleep*
\, WiU practice la all htate and Federal Courts. come 'a' prominent as'\ to foresight and abil- ng Car service for Ineiuaatl via Savannah:, c
; Collections. promptly economy )our He names the following witnesses. io prove Columbia..Asheville, Hot' KnoxvlUe.hroMh
atteude4to. man "
in his :.r'C:
OFFICE OVER BISCAYg corn ity.. "' bis continuous residence upon and, cultivation t the celebrated IJ of
ll-June-97'tf \ .m nity. He had "And'fI() I do, it is true; but the law ,of said land viz| I < ''*:. North'Carolina. Leave Jacksonville'1:00 p.m.'
Arrlves''tnclnnatl 7:40 a. m. Returning, ar-
begun life in poverty I makes no: provision about our common Edmund F. Knowles of LemonCltr,FJL rives JCekaonvillevtus.m. |

JAS.T. SANDKBS : H. F. ATKINSON had learned property Edmund F. Moflat, of Leirop City Flax Only line through' the beautiful hinteountry
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economy early,and '"But.make it yourself, then John, if Garry1 Nile.,of Lemon CItj>Fla.. Bay-jeeveiacbsonvllle 9 is a.&m.. and by Na Escaiubla 2 daily

a ; SANDERS &. ATKINSON, iC fortunately had the law'does-not. Make will so that, 'J.meiliubel."of Lemon Citf Fla.33julr27ang for Late City Lire Oak Madison Moatlcello F
J. BABCO rallahassee. River Junction Pensacola. Mobile
,married a girl with 11.1 Belf ter. !
Incase: of my death, my two daugh- New Orleana;and the southwest Mexico. ..,.
Law
Attorney: and C lmsclorS at I tastes and habits ,ters shall nave at least a third of all California and the Pacific Coast Carrie Sleep
similar to his own. Both desired to rise Notice of Attachment era Return No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville 7.55sum. "
umee In Roams! I and 2, you are worth at that time, or, if you '; j
\: Brown's Brick Bul14lng; In the world, and she, forgetting herself prefer, put a! third-I might'.feel'that In the. County Court of the State of Florida' ,t In Leaves Jacksonville' 9:15 :, nu for Starte,

2.l4-6k .' 1 MIAMI, FLA. bent all her energies,toward his it ought to be half.-:in my name,' or and for Dade. 'County. Cedar Hawthorne Key.Silver wildwood Spring.,, Leesburg.Deal, Gainesville Tavarefe.Xpopka ,,.

progress and:success. She did her own perhaps the home, 'and: let that go tour J. E. LUMMLS\'s. ,' 1 ,Orlando. Lacoocuce; !Dade CityPlant. I
housework for made her }Attachment. City.Tampa' Arrive Jacksonville 4 W p m.,
own ." >
Robert" years < Taylor; .
; clothes and those of her children and "But if I put the home in your name, H..L IIATNU:. j' ( Nashville Route-Throng fnllmaa Sleepers

t' + ..A..ttQrney--at-\ 7". In every way saved thai John might be so that in'.case of losses something; To Geo B.,Blevins I and H. L. Haynie, defend" \U Everett Macon, Atlanta Chattattoof ,
I ". rich and Influential. Her history was Would be ants! in above entitled'suit,and all other persons Leave Jacksonville 7:00 p. m.,: arrive dashe '
88from
the
I
creditors ville 7-00 next :m.
p
{ I \ 'MuM1i FLORiDi.c :that of' thousands of other New interested. A Jaekson-
like should want 'ft willed back to meatjour Leave Nashville 900.m..; arrive
lttb 8treet. nextWataon's England 'women-< fti
on death, so that I could still have
; \, a has been Usuetl against yoi and your property 11 8:15 a. m. -Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick
Hardware" store. for her family! She never had time* home.and do as I liked with it." to satisfy the demand, of J, E. Lummus by, the Cumberland.'stonte Steamer and
l.s.U I '.. for social life, and not a very great : I Cumberland Sounds :
"And"nothing dollars
would to the children amounting to and :
go 'axtY.hm twenty.two 4;00 p. m.-Local for Everett. Close codneo-
1'\ .;' amount of time for reading, though she at my'' death? That is not fair. (cents. Now unless you shall appear before! the tion lor Brunswick. Shortest. .and quickest

;. A. R. Sir n ns, kept up.as well as possible> with the John, and I have worked too hard and; Court in" said snit and ,plead, demur; to the route.800 m-Local for Tallahassee, end Intermediate .
: p. -
thought of the,day;. but herjone aim long to be'willI ig.' declaration Died therein the Clerk's office in points; Arrive Jacksonville 4:15t. m.
: was f o have her husband honored. "Well,' can Juno said County and State,nit the Rule Day.lln I; 9:40 p. m.-tor Tampa and intermediate! tt'
Betsey trust do
-'at: John Crawford was a good husband you me to October. A.D: 1S97, being\ the 4th day'of said point Pullman sleepers Arrive" Jackson.
the thingt .
right. t I will think it over ville 1:35'a. m. ;
:. though not always considerate. He and he kissed ; the month,a default will be entered against rod in, Through !Sleepers. for Cincinnati AsbeTille. -
her as they closed not due and'application will be made to he leave I Jacksonville 7.00 .
; Once i.t Residence. iyht good and course :! ; at m.amnl ..
thought nobody quite helpfang : Clnelnnat111:40sm.For .
altogether satisfactory conservation. court for final Judgment,and your property will Asheritlel:13 p. m,arrives .
I I II : nobody cooked so well, Macon.'Atlanta,two trains daU Leave
: Betsey; As was to he'xpectl'd{ .
Betsey Crawford t be sold to the debt. .
'
pay
\ 1 Jacksonville 8:Wa, im and 7:00 p. mi
|"nobody more/saving he '
tteo..W. ArleneAtbornel3r ,was and .was broke down from the wear and Dated this 1st day of July! 18OT. Summer rates to excursion: points. la affect
;' I \ proud)! to rise by her help. He failed.sometimes teat of life, and died, 1 leaving her two : A. F.QUIYBY/| Jane 1st.Pullman. oil" l

4 at. :t..a.'W": to consider how large, a mat- daughters to th'care of a fond and not [situ] Clerk of County C9Urt.. i W7Send Sleepers for Best Indexed all nichter.IDa.Township Map it Of

I ter that, help'had been.In his life. If ungenerous fatherThe loss 'was a SA J.-DEB9: &: ATK IN SON.. i ij i J r1ortdato 'A. 0. MAOtAiNELL.: ..

I' KEY WXfIT, Fla, .he had'been aked who made his mon great one to John Crawford. She had ; Attorneys forPlaIn.Ut., . JnlyZ-Uvoctl: .. : Generall.:.....4llra& :r,

;2 J jk 'WU! practice to all the Courta, tate and ey, he' would hate replied,without hesitation been his comjitrnt/advise.r with tact NS; PENrTrNWdIN ,,: t

'FederaLc I 9tLs :' ,**I made it." Tnat Betsey was and: Notice of'Attachment.In I -, .
f 1 \ good sense to keep matters right.
: .. 'k4 I ,. entitled to half,'or even a third, would She had guided more than he ever sus-. the County Court of the ',State of F rlJa In I '
"I / never have occurred to him He and for Dade County.
provided continued 7th I
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r j Qr. Jas. M. Jackson., Jr., for her andHhe children all they ( page.) FRANK T. BUDGE:, "I :* The Scotchmen&

; 1 \ : ". ceemed' to needs! HeVas, the headot title .B. B vs VIN8 and>}Atta bment ,
\ ,
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7 MJAMI. \ family, ,,and 'that headship had "tnade A Tempting Offer. L.HAVNIE. J, : I Theee are'the.men for you to interview rTHEY

': A FLORIDA'. him i eomewbatlselflbanddomineering.; I We offer Iota 11 2 and 4 of Block E To Geo. BJ Ble ins and H.L. Haynie,defenoan ; .

; Aa the children grew older, and Mrs.! Miami. They are1situat.ed.00 the south in the above entitled cause.\;: i | > \
oml'e at 'P.'eeD : I into\he side of the river. These Iota comprise a You arfrhereby notified that a writ of attarmerit .
C rajwford looked out futureana ;
a I ; roWNLE: BR08', DRUG STORE.: ;t lJ ba realized the possibility of eaving tract of land having' a frontage of 114 feet 'has been issued against' you, and 'your Guns,2EPAIR 1 I I -
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facing the. river; also 100 feet front on property to satisfy'the \demand of Frank, T. I .
; the world before her husband shethought B. .
:: ,1t. DRi.*-R.. E. CHAFER, Avenue D and 2COi\ feet on 18th street Budge amounting to f!>>.m.: 'Now: nnlesi'Vou M'
condition under
their
y ,. '. much;of We bought these Iota cheap last May andoffer shall appear before the,Court in said suit and /Sewing Machines:

.S EN'TIST. .a changed home. Mr. Crawford- would the three for$l,6fJO. Will, be.pleasedto plead or demur to the declaration Bled therein.- ,

. Baniemon'a"Market marry again, (probably, and her' chip show them at any time. \ at the Clerk's:office In Juno,said County and Locks, }t.,.,
'r Olfioe over n. e.z' dren might have little, or none of tbeproperty 2-18-tt BOBBINS & GRAHAM., '" State, on the Rule Day in October, 139T.'being

I I I i.j corner Avenue"'D and' ,13th, street which the had struggled to- \. \ the 4th day of said ',month a default ,III be,entered d Anything, I\ '

-f' 1.9UJORN'.KRONOWITTEB ge hextoearn' '' against you and application will be madeto )

.J to" Uw. !openx fire the!; children having gone \ rHo For Cocoanut Grove. \ the Court for final judgmentjand,, your'property \ Everything- ,
'
,this open fireJtbec' hiklren having gone The\fast and'cbmmodious launch will I be sold to satisfy,the debts : .Guaranteed all -
;, "Daiml acock wharf at Cocoanut Dated this 2d.day of July,A.D.iaw., "
it to toe 1
Iota l lied: "John: seems ,things 'even , lrSt.Clisst f
-TAl.JL: OR. 'are,.unequal Inthe world. You and.I Grove ,morning exceptSondayat A.,F. QUUIB1, ',/ Respects. -S; :;
S 8. o'clock for Miami, arriving isE.tLl. Clerk of County Courtf t
have worked J jhard, and I have been [GIVE'THEM A {--
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experience. at foot oKAveniie D at 9 o'clock, SANDERS&ATK issox, -j./t
Over:45 years : : Foot
praud to have sucCeed. We both' U- of Avenue D.MIAMI. .trl
you
.leaving, Miami\jfor (Jocoanut Grove at Plaintiff. ]uly2-t OQtl|
,Metropolis Building Miami. ;Attorueyvfor \ Oct 30 INlet i -/ 1
children ,
!l\ -: Io"ethe, andwant everything: 10:30 ., m. Fare cents each 1 "
; .. Full Stock of Samples of all Latest Weaves. n 2q way. J'.1
.\_ 'IY' \. dcnX for them., What,if I should died Will make special trips, returning to : 1 .t

at you should marry again and,haveother Miatni in the evening for accommodation /.1 "I ,

j ...' )sjJohnS.Frederick/r' : : children ,of parties,at'very reasonable rates. h1 '

.. bt\Vhjy, Betsey you don't think I could Go down and spend a day or two at lo.rida East <:

i : f &rld' forget .our own precious children? Nosecond Cocoanut Grove, the\prettiest place on oastRY.:
t: | Cml i Engineer Surveyor ', \ .
wife could or would Injfyienceme \ the Bay t :Spend a day,at the l home-like .
'eacock Inn. TImeTabte; K.. 9--C.rr.et.d to.r.... '
'y. VI Notary Public for State at Jjaree.", Against: my" children' You and I and see the avenue,of roy. 18" j
'** \I" Particular At.tent.ion'giv\m to 8nb-Divid- hsAC{ 'workedtogetherand: I should al palms, clumps of giant bamboos and .
) .
iii .
SOUTH BOUND .
( Down ,,
many other in )
Interesting sights the NORTH BOUND ( .
ResdtTp)
"
i. inff large tracts eonth fe >dishonorable to, leave<< : them helpless , "
; TiHrvity tf.Iv + cab olt7 NoOti STATIONS. .
'Office A vD side 078 }
t f" 20th St,near: and care'for others. Yon must No
I FLORIDA. I Yea 705p : ., .Lvt, ackaun.ille :.,,,Ar a ....... ..._ .
1.21-tf., MIAMI: { ... ? 810. .. ..
: .
1080a .. .. -
avillain" ,
tt ink .
j \. me \, : 815p Ar..St.. Augtietlne..Lv. a 25p ...... 700. ...._ .. .
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'" "Oh'no, John; but ,I have'seen; cases'I ,CIRCUIT COUBT SEVENTH: JcpiciAL CIR- ......1100a .. ::...a, N ... St Hastlags Augustine".SAL,. .. ... .f,
j: 1p'" BROWN_ ,' lie ,that. 'Only the other day Rev.Cornelius' . crjiT, or FLORIDA, IN IAND FOR DADE ; : : :


h :'. '; v ,and 'gave Jones her]all'married his property.a young, leavingnothing wife, ,The American.. ,'CouiTy-hr Contract: and'FinaneeCompanyIet C ArERT.1, v :14 .:{,.... .....Lv.. :I ... : : :: .


4 it i I.- ,"'1-44t'ARCHITECT: ', MIAMI :Fynxma.i 1Ia should: "minister we to expect hiethree! :would of 'others"There daughters.' do(' that?*'! ,".Now:what, Henry,E.=:"Perrin\' .: at,Defeiioants,.et Complainants al. \I ,+ \/{>I v ,i, :............):....1.1258p lip a j.: ;) .;..a...,.1:: ::.J::.; '......:..l.i[!....,.Ar. N, : ..:....i...,! I: : .jl. .: II! S_ -


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: . .. *. must;have been peculiar cir- Upon application'of the theabove lap .,... .. _. : m "
'" ".1' : l compUlnanti In .:: : ; 't':" .. ..,Oak L ........ ../ ... ...... .
i l' ',, cumstances. He could not have been In stated,cause,:it appearing on the sworn $ , 13 .. .. .

i: : _I' 'RED'' R his"You right.know mina John' if / to'S die affidavit defendant of,their'Henry.agent E. Perrjne and I attorney ahd Emma,that Fol.the\ ..,.;::: : i: :.t..: 120- .:.:.: :.-. : !":.;: -


k.' ,; : ,*"Mlitoctound: ,Bpjld r,. I'should receive, a third you of,.what were t have, sour and (iPerrineJhis Robert Dunbar wtfe,KadcliW Clara tRWIgers,( 'her husband.Radcllffe, ..... 4 1111t! ..,1! .,.... l ji, li..m1ir 118l ::11.::i .i!. : 0: .i :J

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) All kinds of;_Stone Yort., .,. helped! you.earn, and the_ rest would gor Jeannette, SI oat Walker; amen Townsend 4 v .:: .:. 11 19 : .... : .:. ... r

,Flans '; estimates, fun , Walker,Indlv dnallyand as eeutorof Hester \'..... ..y...:.. ":... .{..:. ":' r1'ttSebast1an......::...," 1088& ...... ..m: ...... NoD
:... nisbed free. \: ...,-S.. 6Wp r....... . .....Y ... ........5. 945k .:.. ....... ... .. _
lJune-87-tf 'P r Jllh/iiWir( / Perrine Walker and Floretta Wells Walker his ...\., a 15P..5 ma "....L,. Fort Plerce._......' 9 30& ....::I ...... ....t...
.uJ H : IIOp
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001 | : > MIAMI.: FLORIDA wife.lHenrr' elman Dunl and Nannie G. .... IMp. ..... ...... 807a .i.. EdetL.... .,;..... 'O' ......-... ...... ..._. a4Sp
I '. Duval his wire, Curtis W. Ho 'mb and ElIza-' ... 8<<>p ...... .. 820& n.F..a..Jeusen. .{....... ': "9STa.. ... ...... ...... IBOp
N Wn 11 beth'A., Hoi .,his .. 848p ..........8 :A. }: ....{..Stasrt.. ....,._ .c.. ............... ICII1p'! '
t : Varnadoe,' l1 mb. wile Henry R. Durfee ;.c... 'IOlp:.-. .... 'Ilia ." : f .n.Al1cia. .. ,. 884955x. .} ... S
( and Fannie I*,'',Near .are' non- idents' of them .-.. 72lpr.. ... ...... 813a '; '."::'Hobe Sonn&t...., 813& .":,.: ,.: :..aimp p r I
of Flortla' ....., 8... 858& h ...J.!'_West Jnpiter.801* ,.. .. ....:. .. ..
TRACtOR. I e ,and are residents of a State' > : .
jCO
: \ ; ..... a02P ..... ..... 10 toa . ..Rivier. .J....., k '133& .. .. ...... ..::...1118 J.F.
.1T' 11. ../ S Sf pr country, (mother<< than the State 'p1 ..... Slop ...... .... 11 OOa Ar.I' .palm Beae.......r. 72-&& t::..,. ..... ...... lOb 1:.
'r via'2iaokfi Work and nl tingaspecitilty. !ici'ffVJ'' Florida, and are 'residents of the United t..... 846p.;..... .. ...15p ".", .... ....Linton...... ..... 84Oa..'. .... ..... .14.
'; States"and In. t there is no person in the tate ......:. tll6p..... ...:...z.p .;....(FortLanderdal...;. 5 S8a ...::. ._...L .. ... 7 tsar '
I \MIAMI, FLORID : IOIlOp ..".. ...... tOBp .... .LetnoD CItT..+ .." 6 (9a,.,. ..... ... ...
J. -. Farnlshedan of Florida the service of sub na'npon; 'homttroud ._..10mp ..",. ,---0" t Ar.....;.. li:. ..MJ&mi.lo"., .1.:r.Lv. 6.. .. ..;... ..... b la
+ .
;Estimates ; Apptfcattoo! ;l624fs + 1l bind 8defendants;or either of them, I ,
a dthat' the said I defendants ar ac /'over the A. a W. BRANCH.. Trains S2.85.87 aDd 'Z8, between Jack l .
of twenty .I :No.a.2. STATIONS.: No. 2. Imo w'uytlk and Si. Augustine. daily. l'
age e j ears. : Train'
D.IW. Sbetweea Miami sad Port'
j ,V :: MERRITT,. It is thereto a!Ordered,That the .said defend- 116p to r.:..New'Smyrna.Ai'. 115p 6 ierce daily,except 8aDday.. r.
d I ClOp 11 28a LT..:Lake Helen i.i...LT. 1% enp'' 4 M ij Train ate. between ForPierce &DII
ants 11 ..
Up Aar Lv: Orange aty 1.. ..Lv.1219p a Miami dais ',except Monde7. "
t above stated e use Honda the fith of a up 11 59s .
day
ontractor! > upon ; Ar.'OraDge Cit7.LY'; Lip Trains 35 and 78 80IItb of S& Angus'
-t September, i i 7,at the office oftb C Clerk of sakf tine daily excepe Su.Dda1.
. 1 ,} Court,in Juno bade County FIntlda. - .
.
,. . \ +:. ;!.... : And it is fur her order/ ha this'prderbe The I ac.ase.r 1\
fiRO >
', r published in tie"Miami LIs"a newspaper .

.,. ;" ., : .ec Huilder. published:\: in Miami, Dade' County, : "BISCAYNE" . .". .1.i ..

.... '. -",. " 1 l5t'x Florida,once a weekforfour consecutive weeks. ..:

Gi e J chahcetOj l Witness the Hon. John D.Broome .', b appointed Perform Service M follows:( 't -
; "a .
.. -< Qs ARt US iQCTAL IN THIS WORLD." Judg/xif said Court'at Juno,Dade i fR t
Le Tem.ual0:3Jp. Wednesdays' 'aDd '
::, ,. W1t : t:1you ' i [SEAL] S County, Florida this 23d day of nu : Saturdays, connesUng with,Traia S3. ;
: to/the children; while if I were to die, July1,1897. A. F. UIUBY, ,Leave KEY WKT C00 a.m.Tuesdays and Fridays, .

.. .,r 1tflBBefir.:, : di nothing would Co/to the children: I ?Clerk of said Court. '\ '/ Connecting Miami with 1.Train r.
78
:" ,' : should lilt? to hi te, at least, the third T-M.DAf.JiC; \i \ I\ .6. c : ., following' morning. '.: -
to Mrs Julia 'TTuttfeF.: r. Solicitor \J.P.; BECK W ITU.,' "I '" .. . )
which theta insiders mine, to for Complainant j \, :. ).D.RAmiER.'b. .
odge and Bank of Bay BiBcayne. ( : r go I.t n'n'r. . "r v Traio Manager. .1' ._ I ,
,. ,C" ;. r : :IIS&. : .Au" 4<.tlEenim Aged
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: 'Tlie Chance' .of 'at Lifetime... .1 A. NATURAL FERTILIZER E : CULTURE- OF"'\' TOBACCO. .. I IContinued I GENERAL'OF 'ICI DIRECTORY ,

I ( from 6tb,page..j

S \ s PIANOS AND ORGA AT A. SACRIFICE sL\ : \ _, and where its cultivation generally /CITY OFFICER i

; ,I The \ well understood. South of the thirty- MATOB-John B.Reillr.AXDXBUEN t .

VS/ e purchased in January last t immense stock of Pianos, Organs, \ Material\ Abounds in the Biacayne fifth 'parallel, ,i in the. States of South -Joe. A. 'McDd&ald, Hon.V!I ,' ..
K ,.Mueh and Musical Instruments of the: .Campbell Co. We are closing out the \ I Bay Region. CaroHoatGt'orgia7'\, Alabama and Mis- F. 8. Morse W.. II. 'BrowivB-1* Brady,' "V
Block of Pianos and Organs at"unheard prices to make room for a nil line ol| II. V '" .I frank T. Budge, 1>. Coegrove. Walter 8.' .t "
the celebrated Conover:, New England Schubert and Kin sbnr1 Pianos.. A\ehaTe, Ex \. \ t sissippi, tobacco has; beep grownto Graham. '

11 t t.helfoU 1f n 'I'ionoe, which are.worth front$100 to $2(19 more than we ask;for \ i some ,extent* mainly forborne.. -consumption i Crrr CLXBK:-John :M.Ora am. 5

Cocoter. . Style Ie ".1....'............ ....t300 alne.Bros'. t'tyle 6 m ah.......... ....... Recent, Experiments in the Use of. C ,in nearly every county since MABSHAL-Yonng F.Ora .
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Ie eb. ... S.A (ehubert oo 16 .... . j Bock on Various PUnti.'
Q. \ CITY BcKvrroB '
A L.
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I ,,!, .I ....................20 \ ". ;'J veal . ............. 500 teinwey 'b.......... ........jJOO':; : \ I Its inT PBISIDKNT or Couwcur-ilon. F. $.'
4 I t' ;.X b..100' vert.tt. eb ... .... .....,... \ p.ltiVltio these States ;has Morse. h. 3
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I K wal.. :." ;. 325 ingsbury 8tlle 'B ;,. By V.K 1' 'Bile kinan In never been followed as a regular industry. STANDING''COMMITTEESON 4 .
11ee.b1mon"' 2: ..;.................,,300 1, A .. :......,....;.I L ,. the'FlorldaiCitizen.Several I '
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2: mah.................... 3110 nabe brand $1..... .....,,i.. a .-utg have been matte i 'What varieties and types will FINANCI' -Brown, Badge and Mo t
\.t\ I It 7 wal..........;.,........ 275 SJuves.ut. ......../,........ 1:75': Cost succeed ,'here. is therefore Donald. .
.. best not
'1 eb.... : ......... 150 I wa1........;......, .. ebHatnes on the Easi, during the last sea1lnrh r , OKHuiss
.. AND OBDINAKCKSGrahaa
B I" 6 ., ..:....:.............200.! eb.. ..........'.?_... 1"5: \ of !definitely known. These I facts can be ' ,
NeWbl&Evans. 8011 \\ are vital importanceto McDonald and Brown.V
'r. a ....J. .. 175 ... ,...... 110 ,
i I .' 3 m.h.v................ Jill) A orfl.. : ...:....."..'......, 1QoI the farmers\ and truck' growers: I ascertained ,only by careful l experi- OK STREETS AHD-:IHTBOVEH;orra Mo t
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I I1 i j\\ DOUJW of these Pianoe havebeen ren but we have had them repolished and Tlccse experfmeiils were"in the case,ofpuher i ment. We know, however: ,-that for Donald;Coegrove and Budge. '

put m thorongb order and we guarantee them, to be satisfactory or money! refunded. zed rock,';which abounds in this several years. pistSout.h\ Carolina has Out S.umuIOJf-Budge.. : .. Brady and
We furnish a stool scarf instruction boot, and deliver f. o. b. Jacksonville, Cash Toegrove.OsWATIB. ,
:section, use 1 as arid it hasresulted produced an excellent,<< type of bright Fran
pr Iu8 al1nifots. Sheet Music at half price. j,Write : AND PBOTKCTIOS-. t '
la tor tobacco, and,that Florida hat produced Coagrove, McDonald and
in ii man
,
rertp.izert,
1\ 1\ Fryer & Bradley Musk Co, ner1. \1 'I.i the highest grade ,of cigar leaf.; Coegrove ON PoLiCE and GrahaontPOSTMASTER'AT AND-"' _. Brady, i

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I These fact's indicate that tobacco .
1 24 E. Forsyth at, 1 :i It liai. beer observed\ by those who bright B:1':

B. F j MAHIER, Jr.,. Manner, lI- Jacksonville, Fla.I \'have '"been living\\! l longest in thiS\sec !r may be successfully grown in MIAMI I

,lion that whenever a1 well had neeir tbenorthern portions of Georgia,and ASSMTAKT POSTMASTEB Pierce..,
\ \ ,\ '' f labama, and that cigar! :.tobacco; of the .
I
dug, in the broken and pulverized rock '
\ I ?uban type/ may be, profitably cultivated STATE |
of all kinds "
vegetation showIng .
"I appeared, OFFJCERS.d
(Offices at ,
in the extreme southern portions }
a most mar\elous growth. A r 9
gen. GOVXBHOB Vf
of those ,States :while if : Qfthe'
we
'MOOdDWhiske ; judge
ileonn ld roe a few days since he had SECMTABT:: or
types of tobacco which may be ford. _
noticed a,peculiar 'instance of'this. In
: I, i raised/in,Missi'ssippj.from those.whichare COMPTBOIXEB-Wm.'H. Be1D tcraw.
some ways|some tomato feeds were scattered -
.
I produced in"contiguousStitOboththe' TBEASUBEB; B.'Whitfield. I Ior
about! a Well,\j 'heseedsgermin-, 1'TOB1IBT-G$ ;_Wm..B.
\ :
: the
/ tl M I .. From\ .$2.50 to "$7 per Gal.jbJSTZD I ated, and\wit bout cjare the vines grew bright and dark, heavy[varieties Sm"DI1lTBJflElft PUBLIC .;
may,be grown there, according to : |
\ I to enormous proportions and fruited: . ttuaTlQNWDL'N,8beata
( i LITRE. RY'E COE-iT.: 1 1 ;Kea 11yJ.'t. : I I1 :, iJlorl. \ CoMMISSIBSIOHEB OF Aaalcuz .',
', 11 T .I\ .---. I ,
Awvrm-GsNSSir-Patrckffouaton
\ I... ,COMPARAtIVE EXPEBIMEVTS. J f
t
I \1 ,Cheap Wild i,Lands. I .
Fine Wines Liquors Beers anil Cigars Mr.,A.E. Kingsley made an experiment ; i We offer 50 acres with good fronton the SUPREME- COURT JUDGES' ? ',

with I the:rock; as follows : PulVerizing i Bay situated on Key Largo nearPnmp- B. Taylor, Chief Jnatioe. 't
the rock a1| best he couhi and I kin Key, being 'lot 3 'of' section 12, and F. B.Carter Associate f.J D8tioe.M. \ V

"adding\ gilt one-half its,bulk of rIot 1 ot section 13Township\ 59, South .H Mabry Associate Justice.!
common ,
\ Range 40 East. Price $18 per acre. Communications to any of theiStaU' .
pinejjand\, soil,;, he used ,t/he mixture :- Also lot 4 section 31, and lots 1 and '? "
kind
wine of this put,|ip hf Officials or Supreme Court Judges should {n
PURE GDAYA ll INEaOnly': in pitting some choice, Mexican: II 2 of section 3?, Township''60, 'Southof be seed to Tallahassee, Florida. .
the United S ates. addle
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y
37 East 111 ThUiaa
1 guAva pla its., One-halt of' the plants Range acres I '
r 4 I, peninsula, near Madeira Hammock, on ti.S.SENATORS FROM FLORIDA'Hon.
iri .this mixture and theother
were\ potted' : 'I :the mainland. It baa a mile of nice shell i Samuel Faaoa, Monticelle;!9a. '', ..-
Bottled ha! tin pine ,land ,soil. Thoseplanted beach and madeira'Umber. Price $3
F and Jug Trade a Specially \ I per" Hon. Stephen B. Mallory, Tallahassee,
i in the mixture! of: pulverized ,acre. h> FL.' :a

: Ii rock ,and oil t made ay.most ,wonderful !1 \\2.18-t.f', \;ROBB S.& OBIHAM, >: '

POklj\an 1! WHOLESALE' GENTS.FOBt. 'growth: fartexceedm\ l'nhisniEceheexhibited those'planted in I'' 'Nice::Building;Bite, UNITED\FrB8T DuTBiCTr STATES Embracing CONGRESSMEN the East: -

\ < theoriginat3lil.i]' , ; close to the\i Bay front, north of A. B. Coaat-Hon.RW.. Davia, Palatka..f
Beets of all \\J kindALL a specimen pf the;plants potted in i Simmons' place i' soath 'of Cocoanut ,SECOND DISTRICT-;'Hon.',,S. M..Sparkman '/

BilliardsGoody. tbis, mixt HI'e.' : Whilel\ all;, 'the plants r Grove! containing. IJfj!acres.: Price $300. ,Tampa. > t !i1"

:-. made good \ set in the : 2-18-tf ROBBISS G&IHAK. .
a \\f Lt \ a 'growthjthose i RAILROAD "
COMMISSIONEOS.B. .
mDs''OF' CASE GOODS. \\ mixture.made three times the growth I ,'i H. Davidson, Quincy, Fla i
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: MIAMI !II!
of those set n common! soil E. Day, Gsinayille. -
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J 1\\ l \ T, i : J M. Bryan,KiBsimmee. InH. -
1J 4\\IX BOiIEf ,lAKVKLOCa EFFECTS. Some Tacts Abort This pity and tit* Famous
i John L JJeefey; Jr.. Clerk '
V *
'Boa to : '
Catered '' .
'rue MIAMI I LA.A \\7 Co1Wr)
> \ I \ \Vheri Mr i Kingsley built his home, The.railroad was| extended to'this point and : Headquattera'and office ot the*Board vat ,
'I -
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1 at ocoanuds I (lave he laid out his the,first passenger train arrived( on April,15th Tallahassee' :. I.y ,|f" ',' F

Fertilizer' for. Fruit"TheiWeal I \ \ gTO in an artistic manner.' ills 1896 On the 28th of Tiny of the same year the place UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS' ,
,j walk! he shed' to clean from was Incorporated as a crrr,'W Totes being cast
It : ;.w kep at:the meeting, held%for;the purpose of incorpo John R.Beilly.and f e'1.Featber ;::' .
.alled: a id. gra'!s. llis'lawn, was ration :" Jr, Miamu;, \ ' '1,
f sr I WorkV commenced the Palm \| j
FerU iz s on Royal .
\ Pineapples \ set v, th B mda gr s,. He pulverized -' Hotel in' April 1890. Its doors were thrown +--
\ me r .in a common;' corn and open to guests the following January..' : SENATOR FROM I3TH DISTRICT VV V
We have as fine a climate as can be found anywhere (Embracing Brevard and Dade !ountles.i _
t, J ., I Pricb '$25.00.r ;JonJt cob c rusher and applied tp;the walks, in the United States. norlda '
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\ I\\ ;i> This isthe terminal of the East(Coast Hon. E.'N. Dimick, Palm Beach.' I '
1 I. thinking! .this Nvould ''I prevent the, BaUway. We have' an all-the-year steamship V ---j!

,: 1\, ..GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: 1\\ i\ V \t I \ growh I of, pLjnts\" >f any kind. 'The service Nassau to ,Key the West capital and of in'the the B&hatna3rfhe winter seasonto .DADE COUNTY\ REPRESENTATIVEDr. ;.i;

\ Moisture, ? ..i 8 to Pf'r'cent. Bermuda grass on,hiVlawn j made. fine line will be''changed,to.an' alMhyear service B. B. Potter of West Palm Beach.: 't

: ., I 1 .' I\ .i" : ,Inaomonia, -. 4to: 'M ", growth finally.'reach g\to'\, his clean lines before will the probably present be year established expires between. steamship here OFFICERS.k, ..I

: t. i} I I" I I ___' ,, ,Phosphoric Acid, 6, toll / t<' tfI whitt4walks.\ ''Td 'his dismay and disgust and Jamaica and Cuba, and possibly SoaalAmerican : COUNTY
I ; \ Potash, (act aEl) I I 16 to'' ( U | ports,within the next few years. Conot1JudgAl1en: E. Be1 ;
v 1. (
,_. \ \ tie Bermuda fulK possession Miami appears destined become an import-1 County Attorney=B.B.apl i
I Made Exclusively of Sri g h4Cottbn Seed Meal lJ N{trate of Sofia Btood, BontDissolved II sort I ant commercial point. ,
t Clerk of Circuit Court and
,, I Phosphate,'Fine Ground',Tobacco Stems /f vf of these and i in a timeXhis walks Miami has a good back country which is being *erPJUUh "
\ ; !\ I S v. and Sulphate.ofpotcufi. \were covered- .,! with a much' ?\heavier settled np very rapidly. The local trade from Deeds: A. P. Quinb' ,Juno. ,
\ f I } J| J- ,( : this territory and that which comes from the Sheriff-B. J. ; "
j J. cr.Wrlte: for dlteCti s for usinr and further particnlars$, alsd ask for a copy/of EC inomic- -erWe \\growth of Bermuda, than his \ awn. Etorida' Keys will, support- a good' town'. at this. ,Palm Beach. | : J '. 'r

-1) ttliserfovfrpl' \ : '.L. "It.t:: .-: ; ; \\1 \(Wherever pulverized rock',has been point V It is reasonable assume that the large holdings Collector of TaieT.J.'Ba'dee, poi ,

,f--f Carryi Urge Stock ot Fertilizer Material, C., S. Veal,,Tobacco.dust;,Potash, Etc, \placed the Ber'pud'' ,'.made a most vigorous sum of of Mr.money Flaglerat ne has this already point and expended the immense in the coanut Assessor Grove.of TuesC.' \.Haight We' ,

\ : a ek the trade direct. e: development of Miami will prompt him to offer .
t 'Write'f f ore buying".. We growers growth,,plainly! i \\noticeable. from liberal inducements to secure the location of Palm Beach.. "

: distance Ly ,ita,: thriftiness and dark manufacturing establishmentvtn city. In 'Treasurftr-J.F. Lamond West P. .
\ ( fact bis land commissioner,J. ,of '
Ingraham
Wilson & Toomer ;Fertilizer Co. green Beach. : .
\ : color.. .. ' I StxAugusttne has assured us that manufactur % I
I ing'tptorprisesVwill J receive liberal 'encourage Snrveyor-Franklin Sheen,West: Palm!

I IL 'J"he'Iert: tlizer-House_ ,of Florida, / : r.r ''I r\ SOOD FOR, TOMATOES .AND OATS. ment expected and that'everything done that to: Induce could be such reasonably concerns Beach, t\f.'r +f" .\, V t

vine .. Mr. T J. WeaverJtfbo lives.north of :tUllla County Superintendent of Public Inatrurlion -| ,
r :: JSI JToc3 c \Fl H \ to locate l/
i I l-l8-U-ilt; \ f t d---i ti also pulverized rock This point is far enough south to warrant 'the -Z.,,:T.'Memtt,'Bneoa.VisU.: : \ ,
Miami tried on
\\. L CsAf1a & HAsirzt, A enta,1fiatni: ; C.M. SiotvssAgenanut! Grove, j I IIt planting of groves of citrus; fruits with confluence. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
I
: that .
The has fallen
: otnatoe and ats I He Pays the : temperature never low ,
.. \ -- ', ? enough( in this vicinity to do ant serious injury ..1 l N..W,,Pitta, Lake WorthChairman. '
'a I' : plants made a most<< marvelous growth, to citrus trees but admit that occasional '
i'I \ 1, I 1 \ we an G. W. Lainehart, Palm Beach. '\
I \ and' that\) the tomatoes fruitedj j heavily frost vicinity.is sometimes When there-Is experienced a light frost even Miami in\ this W.JJ Shone Cocoanut,troves;

1 Southern'ABSOLIITEiY I while' the. (at*: luxuriantlywith you can Imagine 'what is happening at other E.,L.White,Lemon City.. V iW.
Ifrew.l
i., t .points one,two or,three hundred mile.north of TanCl'8, Hoba Sound.
t \ and well-flledi\ heads -ofiMr. =here
I ''I 't'f :, .' \' lame P\\ r.t I transportation (facilities "air excellent. Clerk[and udit.or\'of\, BoarSA." F.
;i ,-- ,f1 l l ram.. \ V Terminal points, are ',always well provided iq quiDby Juno.CIRCUIT V
I.t\ G t .IJ" -ay 0', AVi' T., BrookL.of'.Ne ,River, that respect. -, 1
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miles
\ \ I ; \ We have several of paved. ,streets and COURT SEVENTH JU1
experimented with the same fertilizer being paved. .
also ,more are ; .
\ :fTRE RORTESTROIITE.; : We have waterworks and a'sewerage system 1DICIAL.CIRCUlT.t ; "
lie planted and
\ l' V / [ *' tomatoes A population of (Embracing. Dade and other Counties.)

V f .' 1 j_ i sweet. potatoes..J If,: i! land'J was: thoroughly mammoth There are Royal three iaahotels Faun." in.addition' to the "Circuit:Judge .John. ':D.' Bro me. ,.'!'Or s

: : V i OVoB.1'UI..LJAH.DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING 0TBOROUQHTABE pr paired; meii, with a, i-norse: An ice factory. ,'t lando. \ ..

i I I -"S L::::' : l: COAOHE3;VESTTBT t i,TRAINS. ; plow: he opened a .deep furrow: ',scat' teringin ,A THC sound MIAMI bank METROPOLIS.} Orlando.r. !ProsecutiDg; Attorney; -J. D. \IBeRga, -

{ ) the bottom a li ralssuppy'ofpul-;? Ten Three bricK secret buildings societies., one the r'Hotel Blseayne Clerk of,.Court-.F.Ooiaby, Juno. "

< : "Ndkr \ verized. rook,tbonlU 1 incorporating with four stores underneath-cost about I 20,000 Fall Term of Circuit Court convenes 1-
i = EAST AND WEST-L V If you think of locating In Florida come and
!
,, : om First after Fourth
the soil Monday Monday
the th Then [
.. \ same w I he,planted take a' look at MAKVZIOUS MIAMI. 'S,e"for -
'
I' '. t 1 his.tomatoes.and;'potatoes on the yourself. what the lands in this vicinity will pro in' November.Spring . : -
I DAll'Y\\ / duce.If : Term on First McnidatJ after a
\ : TWO TRAIN BETWEEN FLORIDA' AND' THE \ bed Theiresulti of. his 'experimentOva you love to be near the salt water and fresh Fourth Monday in April.DADE .

l I II, \ t/ /' i ,.<, ; ? more, marked:J! than ,the others, no ocean see BEACTircf.:breezes for BAY pleasure BISCAYTTKJ or profit It Is come a charming and -1

'Washington'and'I,Southwestern-- '\ Limited" ,.. \ \ Jf \ therfertili j r,being, Used. T4etoma! sheet of water for people of wealth to enjoy COUNTY,COURT.
,
: i and you and compelled to earn a living -Allen E.Heysbr.Jniia
County Judge
\ to tines grew to al tre endous size and and do note to farming.you can make a ,
{ And the United. States Fast!Al living catching fish or turtle,or yon can make Prosecutirg' Attorney-B. : lief. rally. wh VtheSpotato( -' t
rood money-gathering sponges.In Miami. .. :
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\ \wines[ filled the \''''ground with' this climate d I fuel costs very little You Winter ,Term Fi" < in Janu
; OILY:21 HOUBS JACKSONVILLE TO WASHINGTON i i .\ .large never need heavy or expensive clothing and you :, = Monday
tubers of good duality. :!' seldom have any doctor's or druggist's bills to ary. . .
smooth .
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f '. ., 'jt .; ; j lOHLYaTlHOUBaJAOJBONVIllLETONEWTOBK.1g: \; ,1 \I"THE VOC* I4 'PHOSPHATEl. If'yon: ehjoyt; : do' Spring Term--First Monday in ApriL
\ life
Jr' \.K\l' i}" 'it. can ; anywhere you can soon Summer Term-Firet Monday in July. r
''I with moderate income.It
\ : Bay Biscayne a
ate very
The < 'experimeits well
.+ J Solid4.itlbaled oompoted of L&tjest Improved- PuJlmmn S Can nd'Hota_ -. i : !authenticated will pay you to look at.this section before Fall Term-.First ,Monday in October i
.:...' . '. tag Can through without change,to Washington, Baltimore. 1'r -., i '.., j ,and are of treat, .importance to locating l elsewhere. Come and t.talk to the :j -
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\ who have aheadrlocaed
' >r K"w York and the Kagt. 1, every farmer;land fruit grower. 'Those happy here.prosperous Learn peotle what they have done with; U.8. LANDjO FILE, QAINSVILLE..FLA.
1\
. /1 \ \ ,. Very limited means and you can easily satisfy U: t). W wright;Receiver.,
r yourself whether or not Miami is the. place, you J.M.'Baroo,'Register. -'
THROUGH: PULLMAN, DRAWING-ROOM V1 SLEEPING CARS E-' composition'tl I are looking for.I. ..-
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TWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVJLLE.. .: '1' $ i > i \ ;QUICKES SPAY TO'A J+FORTUNE.t,
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.1 : ; ,1 ..t v ,-* .i, i phosphate\ lime' and, traces.,of. other For Sale or Exchange.V ', ? r;: VonrTaoiiaaad Acres of Track:Taming Xsads ,, 1 !

: ,Through 11 Jacksonville;\to, 1 tt fI materiaL rte '.''Th' ;;: amount\ ,I of'; phosphate_ Bay Three front.acre New lot stone at Cocoanut bouse of Grove eleven Y -and,Other Desirable* Property for Saltj; vI l

\ .. '< I ; Cincinnati., via Ashevi,ille.Tord 1 ,.Through he in rock' .that has .: n analyzes isb'ut rooms. On ,elevation 21 feet above I I.have for sale about four-thousand
I"S .. I 5Iceflnll.s'.D V_ small; :;still I, from the experiments Bay. Unobstructed*viewjof Bay Ocean acres of truck: farming, lauds and lands -
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E \ - OF J. THE..5KY." \ t :' abpv l'mentioned,:,it/seenjsthat! there and Cape Florida. Good neighborhood suitable for oranges lemons, and cell I
.
,., : \ \ 4 ri. are > enough"ertilizing! qualities variety fruit trees and shrub- kinds of tropical fruits, situated on Bay
to
4" ; .t n dlarormttoa M to rata :h ,'rioeidng, car tloaw .t. )app 'if bery. Also 160 acre tract one mile Biscayne,'the garden spot of the world. -i
.,, sgeatorthe1tAltwaioriq: .oonaection.; .,, \* ....- :.. 1 1\\ ' maker(li.t valuable; and the quantities_ north of,.above, five' acres cleared land 'Also city late at Lemon City, and about 1-
I" ] ''i H that abound here. would; Make it cheap. planted in limes, lemons,oranges* and 17 acres of fine Bay front land, between -

., i.fhA.8HIPMANt "Agt,213 West Bajr:Street,' scoaiiller ; I' pineapples, House; of four rooms: little Biv'r and Biscayne Post Office. ;1, ;
: GULF. r, HABDWI C ntiral'BUsinessl\)Lot for Sale. The land is good quality. Will sell can ;,be found domiciled at my 'orange

: &1: Paa.Art-L j "",,.&,a\.GeD.Pus. .1- Th'w'! st': 60feetof| | the lot 'upon cheap or exchange for ,good ,income grove three miles ,north west-of Lemon- {_. --
T ; Ii'o. W .u.G .. 'which!!stands the:Metropolis building1A paying property... For, particulars City. Please write for prices! *

"!- '. ::1I.t2.\.. \"" # jo\\\:\ '\. . 80-foot street >divides lot. Enquire address -', E. C. DiAiBOJtx, ''. \\i"" .r T; D. WEIGHT, Agent, .
.- -1 I' of.WJM. Jo25tf. Cocoauut Flail ),\2-1 -U-8p .Lemon,City Dad.Co. Fla'i }
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4 '\ THE, 'MtAMI :.METROPOLIS, Uf/6.; 189?. .



C'\\''The l t '\ the" past year, and yes' ,. olir\ city is laid,I wit h I/the new terminal' will exceed one <
Miami M tro
1 P Qlis 0 Se out on such 4 large scale] not< marl hundred thotjsand' do lars. Then there

one-half the work has ben done It is/ the stand,tipe or water ''tower; the : j/ i
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j Entered Ito! the Postoffiee at {MUmI, Florida costs lots of money and takes a good, laying of sewer" .and water pipes, sidewalks Bank.nC.Bay\-Biscayne
: l
l I' I lassecond/classmatter.<< :..:. .. '.. 111tleal of time to lay out a |ity on will, curbing, pi intingof ornamental i

Tim M.ost:' BoU'J'Ou-NEWSIJAPEB PUB- land and put it l in soled shape, espec/j! trees, etc., t'tc. \

< U9HKD__-Tnt-UNITED oN'THE MAIN LUKD OF' ially where there is sq much roi'k. But, When we !aunt i ajl t r'up'J it seems Mr.i : _

= BTATa.-, tiie work is being well.done I and ti ,,all Flaglerhas spent nd / spending aheap ; MIAMI, FLORIDA. J.

fnbllihed bathe East Coast Publishing Com. or "a permanent chara One ofthWedays of a / iamithis .
r. ,
summer.Bat iNCORPORATID (UNDO
T&S: .lUwS FtOBIDA. "
; )pauj ..a Corporation. j- \ IJOntl OT I' ,
-- L .. we will have\ lonly ..
; 7 not city after nit i it} is a question what I < ,
+ I
'fALTER S. G11 HA11 '- E41tor which ''one
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, """ r will rank high \las rne of the one calls a heap of t'n' nI'Y. Some Would ''Co acts General I

Subscription Rates. most important bitsinww c and deem fifty)(r us2uul'a heap of ''money. wilt M.. BR OWN. a Banking

. One year ..................'...-....$2 00 commercial points in the Mate, but Othersmight contend that one'mi.llion PRESIDENT.: Business.! Issues Drafts' on' All, I
Six rontbs.. .,..,.'. ............. 00 'Si
Single (copies;... ......r.............'.....1! I 05 'it Will "be admired for jts'beauty| is dollars only a'paltry suiii.MrFlagle1 . R. R. McCORMICK. Parts of .the World. Accounts I ,

1 Foreign subscriptions:, postage.M) rent 'extra to cover r i .' We 1., /' : \I is expending'about aquarter E-PitF..DENT.. 1 Solicited and ,Every Favo *.C ri'' '
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i .. . J of a7 million'dollars Miami CHARLES H. GA THSID sistent With .
j t. .I Advertising Rates. -T- at ,Conservative Bank|, ,
1 THK: arrangement 'l t been, tins summer;and in our humble, opinion CASHIER. E. : '
BIXYU.K OKK ONK: THRKK SIX OXKwfjc. !: which ai. ing en d",1' "
c(1l MN. MO. MOS, MOS. YF.AK. perfected by the county commissionerswhereby thatri/a "heap of money" to ,, : I .'.
spendin '
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l Inch. f 1 IU I 2 00( $ \ .
400 I d 00 S 10 DO _
5 Inrhe 1'SO'' 300 600' 10CO HOI() county prisoners who bay/: public] i improvements: in one Little . ; "....'. 0', ; .' '
a inches. Ot 4 00 800 15 00 2500 /town CORRESPONDENTS; :: I; ; ;
been convicted of arid Florid in : : f
4 inches! 3 00( 5 (1Q> 1000 18 00 <8000 minorftt'ores a single summer: ,
1,' 5 Inches! 400 it so 12 in :81.00 35 00 sentenced to short terms to Seaboard : '
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6 inches 4',.CO 8 00 14 00 24 00 42 00 artj be/f-on-- WLfot other city in the State pan National Bank, i.NewYork.. \VfVJacksonville i, !
'7 Inches. 5 to 9.(W 16 OU 2700 48 0M flnedin the city jail in tutuIgill: ef- boa,4 of the expenditure of like } Nat'l :Bank of \ '
sum
S Inches: 4 |;SO 10 00 1800 30 00 00 ,I a Jacksonville, . lj. .
fect considerable "
I e inches 6 ft H 00 2000 2300 60 00 a. saving to the (coun within{ its borders ,during the .
14 Inches! 7.to. 1200 22 00 36 00 66 00 ty. The cost of summer! ' 'FOREIGN
a prisoner CORRESPO
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It Inches. 8 00 13 00 2. 00 39 00 '72 00 transportirig i 2 1897 Probably not even Jackaon- : \
12 lneb !l, 8 50 13: 00 260(1 4200 7800 o-Juno from South padeis about ("ills, the largest city' in .the State! Knauth., ,Nachod and Kuhne. 1 I':DENT't-'t'
13 Inches. 9 00 IK 00 28 00 43 Oo84 00 |2a.I; I l IfThe mileage of the! sheriff foe"carrying" 'i : "
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14 Inches. 9 !U> 17 00 .3000 4800 MOO One swallow does j
1 not make f
a -
sumNnier
*U inches. 10 W IS 00 3200 t&
5100 ,96 00 a prisoner Juno is about I
TT* Incites.! 1000 l' 00 34 OG MOO ,10200 : and nets summer- will nut suffice toe Elegant Iron Vault :
,17 i: t'SWi. 11 uo 20 00 3600 R700 10800 $16; the fare of the/ riso t"r,, on build city suck Miami Safe With Triple'Concession Time-Locks i iMA '
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be mo deviation from these rates. and as [ seems destined any''nrglarProof ,
'k'!'\ Beadii.fr advertisements among, local" .Deli railway other incident ejxj IIPM 1 to become,'but, the work has-been of tfi& Most Imoroied Make. | : S
'lOceutasiiue. will riin{ the cost/ p to almost i/ not \
r. :
.W. are prepared to do air kinds of Job'Print well started and continues. to go!, mer- .
ft. ing promptly anA in nrt-cl... .t'le at/aa low quite ($25. if/only one prisoner a '
}: prices a* l\consistent with i Tery'ieoderapmeG / 1 rilmontti 1y oiKy0OUR .
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in '
," \ convicted South; Dude and _
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\I' confined. In tne jail .at ''Miami, \(instead s BRADY & CPM
Th Metropolis' to. lor Sale :at the Following. GRA'NDEST ADVERTISEMENT .i
'0' Agencies:' of being taken' to Juno, t county{\ / : '

," v: A..T Carter,CotoanutGrore,Fla. will havesaved' $25. If th / olio ,
cos
Anthony Bros/.; Vest Palm Beach,Fla. Florida Groceries Grain and -
. and' Hay Garden se '
t t '* muel Belcher Miami, Fla. .attorney deputy sheriff: will ''gra \
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1 C.M.Key welt Oreer/pews Miami Co.,,Fla.Key West Fla. l hustle l on" and acres /every: offender it 'does not speak" so very wrongly a* doil; ;

who'should,! be arrested, it'is i quite eYtdeurethat. this l Section has;,any peculiar ,

:. 1, all All cheek Communications, drafts'money should orders be addressed and other and reinittanret probable( that is many as five prisoners advantages or attractions<<; which S I MIAMI AGENT* FOR\\MAPES" FERTILIZERS., : "; '

'f' TIIE EAST made payable COAST PUBLISHING to. .CO. op' an average yill' be confined in other parts of the fetat\do nAt possess! r'

M ; ." Miami Fla., / the Miami,,jail all the time', jlf wehave fora,'' settler Who(: Ult's tdth State"for VVecall the,attention of the people'of Bay Biscayne' to onr Mock of $tiple';

:that. many prisoners it will not the first time is not very con pd@ntlto and Fancy Groceries, Fruit and Fowl Products//of all kinds; also oar stock of Grain, '

i fclAMI, I, FLORIDAJ FRIDAY.> AUG.,.6, t,897 only be(a gee( saving to the county, judgp as to the advantage: ofkany' particular Hay. ran, Cotton,>eed Meal, Ground Food and WheatWe -. ;; ,, ..1. r \._

. but'ougbt to be a:good thing for Miami. location. iiis choice!'or loci- / are the' only hone on Bay Biscayne dealing exclusively the above Bas of' :\
goods. We buy close and will Bell cloeei We
J: project 1 of i incorporating/Xorth: If we have a Sufficient number of\\, prix tion is more a matter of'accident ban yo6r patronage S Very truly, JDvite'yonrcorreflDondence E. II BRADY CO.and 1-Jy-if solicit '

irVt( bas probably been abar} oned.r oners to'mke: it worth whle! ,\|\ they of good judgment: ) ]It depends Upon, .

; '. / could be' nployed on the streets_ and where he has gleaned.his information
: j : I. at road in who:he meets in a UonvilJ \\w elber' : :
r I If THOSE of our people'who have the making, and the course of a ) '

? Alaska feverso, bad would" the year wolildaccomplish\ a good deal f In' descriptive literature he has tea '
put ame
' that lir,e. was "publisht'd, in 'bee interest oft, e ,I'M'I I )
! ;nerdy and Into.plant.inga ;
, effort ; ; crop : t Plant the Florida A r/i I .
>f- vegetables or any/other enterprise' Jr S : System or ofj It ,

li that which they/will be, compelled) : LAND SEEKERS ( 'IN Joast Railway' what Florida! patters t I

fo happen to have met, his eye, #t1;.,
expend in. making the trip .to .the /A. remarkably: large num jOt: \IaildIetbrs'have
tote.
'I But
Fold( : fields; we, believe) they would be into [ Whton'scots of experienced< ,

" more certain i6; accumulate, 'a big ofrgold the past 'few poured'!weeks. A majority uring of been fruit and. vegetablegrowers, wbp have B and1 Residenee i LotsA.
/ will engaged agriculture ill/Florida usiis s -
than t by ,digging bupY them are well pleased with this section I :
for
the_ Klo" dyke galley: and will locate ; It is also"noticeable many y ,'! know jttat what : ;
'. they want r8'and'r! y of land, comedown >
. that themajnrltynfthosewtioar .
I' daily -
to the ,try ana p'rbnouce '

; J j l THE,assessed wine, of all property'in deciding i to purchase land in this' i,unity it "very good" and, '1,1,..locate here, such .t

,Ue t .. untytor18isila3tSS2.: The \are.' men possessed of more o ,less' conduct on th ,part of siirh men,speaks .. KINGSLiEY : [
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' Taff levied by theioounty is ten mills, capital-and'- of extensive ex per e ice'. in trumpet tones of tht/advantages of' \i i

r ;-oirl" per 'centj oral 1 |31,536.i1, taxes.wlllno.t They are n'ot tenderfoots or unsc phismen-' this section It is th'/Krandest'i; possible i- General Agent for Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.! i i

!I b paidjtut the ticated\and| buyers, but mostlj! advertisement' fo'
county will i in the Bay Biscayne i = v r
all: probability| uec1hatJeast who baleaived! ;) << in Florida for Jt ear s, county The.crowJlbf inexperjenced $50. r- '
$20,0001 ,
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who have cultivated large grovesi| ..1 of Prices From to $1,000 j; Per Lot t A According
:Unless wel are so: unfortuiiate as-to! fruits! laud seekers, will .be prone to J locate inthat to 'Locationi,', :; ,

have' several expensive' criminal trials''s, citrus and vegetable: farms, !section whicli has sufficient advantages RAILROAD .
FARE '
to Miami over
They bavetiee ,the Florida ,East Coast beJ ,
bw.the Railway will
discouraged
the county will! hate an abundance olfuoda to attract who liv funded to each '
men : d fore purchaser of. a lot, provided pur.chafier will produce receipt for each \
"next spring, arid ,in addition, great freezes; andBavlrrgJigardof., \ years in the .;fate and who are most fare, which receipt will be received as cash' in part payment for lot. ",. ,. "
pi4tngall its usualy wonderful Bay country, its -'uper ii;. mpetent to select new ' ;
runningexpens: =g a location andesttBfatejts ain'ffice '
( mat, immunity from frost the !';
and
may; ; be able to spend'p good large sumfprjroad : advantages.is ( .. c .
actual, profits, which were realized by ,
.
,11 improveeintsPa "> our vegetable,' growers last season', thiy ; HOTEL lyiJAMI I : j r. .\

>: have decided.,to cast .th@lr-1ot wit., us., > ABOUT A' : '

} publish/in this i i issue! on. page 6, ". '- I Uncle, am made true yankee fade Mr-fa- , . I 'Uia-r'V"\'i' 'Pl i ; '
co to plete Fa mera' Bulletin' Xo. \ '
6 ; oftiielU. .1 w.Us'WATERTOW when.h ,picked up Alaska. by "; r
,S.. D 'partmeo4'otAgricultur,, \ patinK -- I '
e' : Russiy$7OUOOOOforit.', For [past "
is entitled ''Tobacco- instructions for its That standpipe f r'our water cyst )

Cultivation' ; andtCukpg.."': This pamphlet which: is 'I Being ,erected ,by the F;eels J; : rraap&Harney \

,. was prepared ty John M.'Estapex' Dallas'La Defog j( op ny "is a whal.of 1 ';' it seems'.that the_ territory ',embraces apart (' Lrn.
for thjej It Is now high enough be vi i\\ : ,
\ Department: ,' of the richest gold, fields' in 1 the .. u.ran.ce'. 4
Agriculture ble .over theltops:\ of the, houses l \ .
t and an expert; >
culture.; The intpr atio"..it,.contains w ;xomplete will ,be higher than' t hi I t oil and coal, fields, to say nothing 'er-tn:1zers.-: ;-

,--i3 rajuable'and peach' At., We advise chimney, of the Hotel Royal l Pal J ufeet about an abundance of silver, REPRESENTING THE

: ; 'our BUbficribers. to eatl the article car@-' Go down and.talie a look at the stan) I and other! valuable minerals. copper I Peon \ ; )
l"t and pipe or'warer.tower/and:; will \ Mutual Life, Fidelity and Casualty Comparand ill Leal irma ( \
we' believejii| is worth pre- you re ',; The climate ill the i interior is very I aeies ; !,

j ; /ien-Jtig, for'future- {,reference.TAKE . ize what, in" immense affair it lS7 I' severe for: nine months'in''| thee'year.I C\ Special,, rates on E\I1iDIiproperty: for,:' hree and five yean. ,.
:r in ''
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w'i I iiiatnetRraild 120 feet highyfig-, Also-RESIDENT ,
But
when
.. railroad is extended into AOENT FOR '
\ .: 1 \ 1 are it out how;many gallons of r, \ '
JooTt at those rat the territory;the mines opened and HALL'S \
a tasty up SAFE
'. ,\ cottage? it>will hold when ,full. .The pressurewill AND LOCK CO. : .
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on Blocks 121, and littXorth : operated by machinery:the discomforts ': ,
and' '
obeerve '
be. ample]l to throw a stream' of ,,and And,brokers- Fertilizers,and F ert Jize":-MateriaJa. '
,a the W"1.all theilots Vtiicb : hardships of the climate will be J' : ;
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; .upon waterover, \ w. R. i -
hundred '
F these, tasteful homes !\.iare,erected have one 'feethigh, or greatly mod fle1. At best it will always ;1f ISTotsvrs? XTX"bilc Stat Oat,X*+xg*; ; If 1. G
, away over the highest, building In the he i 11y MIAMI. FLORIDA- ,
been veiled, all the rock removed;the( city. f! / , something'terriftlc when we corn-. f m

;. ,surface. 'covered',with a|:heavy hammocksoil Miami's watertoWer are.it whit! that of HJorida.- ; '
is Of sufficient
a .loot deep, the( [ Tie, "mea I temperature on Indian :
and bearing cocoanut ,
capacity to supply a city of 2 ,000 peat o' River i Florida' for month'of THENEW\ X'
the
,
: ,trees which nave been, planted ; i pre; ;Possibly,Mr.; FJaglfr'anticjpat s ( '. January ; BAKERY.
and itj 'iisi seventy dt"grees..The .
will mean
.r ;\i : give1 you ari idea.of:.w bat that l l', "
some a11J '
:moneyand| brains{ cn'a It ,that our population may temperature,of Atlanta; (Is.,. for the " 2th Street_ west of Passenger;. Depot. .' '
reach eves
-"Yo figure. Knowing : '
Is the best lesion wecan.iwagi as' mouth of ,.January, the coldest.'month I '
. [.i as tqtlil possibilities object F of 1 I 1 . tie be does his.own plans/for the'future, .in of the'year,)Is 55 degrees. In the goldfields -" h. 'JRye, ,. ':;;:. t,,
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> Infantftime. ity/id : ';:beautify, ing an' connection with. Miami; ,he, is more :of' Alaska the mean)temperature FreI, 1 Vienna,, Bread= : ".;
: very ; short space, of competent ;
:; ._' ' i to estimate what size water for then month, of July the warmest Home Made;, ;t
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hence .
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tower.'Miamiof/yflve: -
< Graham
.f >Iianthoftbeiyeariis68degrees. Think .. .a 1'F: 'F
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,_ likely.tov requirejthan! :; any other man ,of itt The Baked ,
mean
: temperature of,Daw* daily and Delivered
NOTB Free to part of town.' = .
would because whatever any '
NO help Miami ,and living ; the futuremay "
son City for its 'month 15 Rolls BOne Cakes
warmest is #
; Pies.
viciaitr So much as 'good J\paved 'roadsng have In store; for Miami. for,many degrees' colder, than? that" 5 of "the" coldest I and nqt&'I have'one[ the most Everything modern and first firet-clasa'ovens-elasa. Specialty of fresh eonf ctfon. '

connect this citywib\;., Cocoanntid years to cpmewiu!! depend :very..largelyon month of the year' nIBiscayne Bay t: p furnished' on'short notice. .Picnic "and" ezcar- ioo ..

Gro e.a Lemon City.jn the matter .what Mr/FIagler: 'proposes to do. The mean .4 ADAM' ,
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temperature at Dawson City MAYER'Proprietor
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jprbperly .
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is >> pusb I' : h'11 '
> privatesub- 4
.ci- pti04s'eneI"KeticalJr1.olicited! and 1 'V-- .- : fdithe; monof January is] about 40 of:::yRemember paimenrer deopt I deUrer" "everything, free of' chatges-Remembethe. place), 12th Street,lost vast ...
; ,MONBT>SPENTAT KlAflt.I: I degrees below'zero: 'UghI' MWe want l+-cl. ,
the"coun.ty, .commissioners
: .to
fin a,proper/Iraahner/ ,ere' arelconfident appealed It" was denied 'last, Aprij'..that 'Mr.Flagler I none. .'>I' of it for, all the" wealth ;of, the h'A' '

,!" thlbmoe, c desirable improvement could was''going i .to spentj 'a heap! .o f ;Indies. What IS gold It the.marrow of ( "

t be in ,adrompl\shed( fact,,' within six ,money'aiMiami: 'this,summer. 'j,it.vT[)one's bones. is to' be 'frozen t', to acquire.- -i Practical Mattress Maker

months:JTbis: something in which! .1be".work.The .cottages of cost over $25,000. ' : ,' . .. 1 I A't, "G' 0'ODWIN: Avenue D, opposite Hotel Miami .

and''paving"
eyerjrbotiVliving Imori '' gracing thyt.rits ,All kinds (
'l at : JCiity, s : and :, A,Competitive Examination I' . of Mattresses on hand and ,
Miami, diate poi its. should takefeep' inter- hotel; grounds, and the blocks uPon gorge's| Quarantine _Officer for St r' in' remaking Mattresses. .
.
Sound
e.tab; which the cottages have been con- (Apalachicola and j a \Second-Hand.. Goods, Bought'and' Sold..! ;
.d i all In their power'to"pushItalong.V ; Carrabelle) will heheldon'WednesdaYf I. \ \
,
-' -l structed! ,,will costjifor labor alone, 18th .
to 1897
: August at the office of the '
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--1- ;, '1" *'; say nothing! \o.t. e dynamite, from State: Board: of Health in Jack onville.' '

: April lit to October 1st, not less than i Detailed information 'may be\\ had: ;of'' ,, A cnpice selec- ,,
Aa:maD as tbreehandredmell;: have' fifty: thousand ,dollars, perhaps l ,l j the 'Office of the!Board.. PEograiniiies jtion.at-the.' : 'officeX L.

:" \been: yed 1 af gradingUnd_ pavingthe twicethat amount. :" JOSEPH:'Y.POBTYR, f}. D., n nvita n line \
street :: nearl"j I ' State Health ,Officer, of METRQP* \ :

", eo ".iJ/ 'andi. the hotel 1..';;grounds\: ,for ',The. \cost. of'thewortt' ,>? in'., 1 ,\I ::'.,Jackson- c".. ,.1:; .;. ,FU': >{ J. OL'tS. t .

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t #.. also had all the,,rubbish' around the the, concert commencedion\ time and all were arrested, half of the '\{''population? board are fully warranted ,in agreeing .J

building burned. tip. 'I I\1 went well for awhile when there was a wquld be in Jail: He dismissed the to pay twice that sum:to maintain *' F

\ The lawn of the Inn has bee\1 im- shotgun accompaniment, and theo followed culprits with,a reprimand, tellidg them 'crossing. overt the Miami river at k t ,
"t
x>int where the
proved this week ,by the nlantii g of ,,a succession' of short, quick that it was not considered the proper hundred time travel is i'
; as great it i
seven Cocoanut trees,.all a good\ sizt. barkswhether intended!, for, an encore thing for any couple of the. !opposite River. :The'city of, Miami as r t-

) t Chas. J. Peacock made I a nisi\ to the lateness of1the hour prevented I our sex:!, to promenade the streets of' our the remainder required' to t :

Jacksonville last week on hu iness {connected knowing. At any! rate the I curtain city '"hugging, each other up"' as the {maintain the bridge It : t'

I \ with the E.C.:, R. R. was rung down and all remain a ,mysry' -,, marshal expressed It, and\ that 'in\ this>e remembered the property that in ., \' of .W;!!
owners. ,
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te future
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CHURCH ) j t they,should be more,'secret 'in will also pay into the county, \ t : '>;

I RELIGIOUS HUB. BUENA VISTA NOTES. \ \ their love making.' The (\attorneys I as county tax-payers their' ,
:
Captain of ,the amount ,
I Pitta on Tobacco. who were: employed to, defend the appropriated
, 'At the Church --7- : ounty just the same
as
I I any .
j --L- Died? last Friday; at this place, 11 r*. Captain i W. S. Pitts, an old Resident dusky prisoners were not! required Ito >ayers who do not reside in \ -\1:,

L .... \ ,', Sarah Smith, wife, of Cap, W. J. of South Florida, who H known ,far make any defence, as his! honors felt I . ,

IDITED'BT' i,Vol BL.&CYMINT i'' Smith, one of the oldest settlers of the, ,and wide. was in the .city Wednesday.He .,, fully'\confident to prescribe the proper )THE president and party r ; ( r ).

Bays; She 63 old camel down' on the excursion' on remedy without any other;>> 'evidence }ng a few weeks at Bluff ,*;
was years ; a good
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-- lady, and the.very large'attendances the 28th and proceeded ,to Key West: than the story of the 'marshal, i Like Champlain. We clip th l 1 \ ;:

Rev. McKinley,: a popular"divi e o >; her'funeral l proves that her loss is def He has lied i in South Florida',,for this , .. r 1 .log description of, the, place 'f
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:the Presbyterian'church of HawthoVne: plored by the entire community. ''I tj years and was,formerly the owner ofa 'The A. D. Starbird Novelty 'Works I Florida Bluff Citizen of last'Friday \ '..

1;'la., preached two excellent sermon s great !many cattle. He lied for many Has Point, the highest J
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. ,t eo. U. just ,added a lot 'of new machinery promontory of Lake ,
in the Presbyterian pavilion last fc b- y ears in Orange county, near Orlando, '
s rids and in addition to uated three ,
Pierce fine girl being miles
a on last F equipped south of ..,; '. '
betb. Mr. McKinley came down July 30th. \ but is n located| on the sad :waters for all'kinds of novelty work now, [has I and on its summit I 'j;

the 'excursion "to) view' the coun 011T! I | ofbdintLucie about five flee from in operation a good mill ot'la, I about with forest visible / 1-

o'er," and like all'rood ministers g ve 'R. B. Fickle, our, merchant, has Fort Pierce where he roposes to and has increased saw its ge 'every direction, ,by night, as i1 1y :: ':if
the flock erected. a nice little cottage j just opposite in tobacco\ a capacity force of )> day-for at night the t';!..
,Presbyterian, a lift d. engage raising/on: large
upwa I'i'
employes. A. W. Star bird central .
the tbd\, managing lofty tower are } ;
: Hotel the ;
Courley near
He made many friends( while in ,du r II scale Ie\)\ planted a small patch a partner,is a very pleasant I gentleman many-colored lights is 'the : 't". :(.Ji 1 '

depot. I few ,weeks ago and took samples of it to and is making frlen pause of the! 'beautiful/Hotel ,, ,
Sidewalks will be laid on both sides, Key West last week where be submitted many s. plaip. It has been: tb? !> c ...
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"'- Rev. E. H. Bell,.of Lemon City, will l 1 of the elreetIeadih: from the depot to I it tothe t He informs us that he has a large order : of Vice-President Hobart; and ., ;.)-
tobacco' experts of that city, to the timber for [the wharf ily for several
saw, and to
preach for the Baptist f ' years; ; I
congregation the Bay for a 'distlpcr of 800+ \ feet|| who pronounced it the finest tobacco o and bulkhead at the termini, partly attributed tb "
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this city in the Presbyterian I new
pavili The margins will be set out in oleander I ever brought to ''Key 'West"' as far, as which ion; ,,of the place for his a
; will give them all they tau do li
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next Sunday.Alfare'gi\ en a heart reet' f ide
and
; '\ its natural is nee vacation. The '
invitation to ''COdle. Come' and b a duality concerned., It for several months to come. Besides, model summer ort'IItis, 11 i
When the road from had,, not been properly 'cured The re :
proposed paved .
u this they\have several orders from private located on :
the a commanding
of love
\and life.
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gospel
power _
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Miami to Buena told Captain i'f .
experts Pitts
Vista; is completed L he parties, \ and its appointments are of
the,,morning the subject will be "See! )
your many cyclists will {thoroughly' enjoy [could raise ,any quantity of\such. t oWe sic glad to learn that this e 1.11est
from Heaven nighi; concern
and at "Watched
: The
a ride up to our settlement. \ \ acco as he exhibited and would em- manager,O. D.Seavey, '
i from the Earth." Mr. Bell bad good is doing a satisfactory business! of the Ponce"'de Leon, St.

1 congregations at his last service here, !Mrs'Sarah Curry! of KeTw s4h o loy!, anybody)\ ,cure it properly it, They employ a number of hands and! I has arranged for special I _

land especially in the morning was the visited Buena Vista recently* ha ould bring from $2 to,$2.50 a pounds ,, put considerable money in circulation. meats thi season. The

,[[attendance increased. He is more than" bought a piece,of land, west of the( depot the he'Captain is very enthusiastic will ,'!; c n All of our, people should encourage white-aod-gold ing dances', take<< place b in llroo '".,
subject of tobacco plant
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,lever encouraged,Snritb 'the outlooks and, intends to erect a cottage out :' ', home industry as much as possible, especially fair women and gallant men, I;

the'cause of. Christ at ,this place. .thereon next winter. i\ rrl a'' number of acres. He was ,very if the calls of work is satisfae- the officers of the'. -
u cb'sutlprised, at the size) of purcit: y tory and prices right. States' Infantry. ,which is .t... ,

Superintendent Star bird, of the M* The homeseekers and 'Prospectorsre..iisi.tlng' and the permanent character, :of :its . .. nearby, dance away the .:i''
ho s are invited to I A golf has been
{ Miami \ i improvements. I course laid out
church is "
arranging for one of the
most delightful qnions'that cn be inspect the, garden of Charles.Convey' I .. . I \ The County CommissionersHeld popular no day game of is the receiving"hot spell, :;; iOn !:

imagine: The plan.now is'to charter everal which specimens are of tropical fruit' Development, in,, Dade County.I their regular monthly meetinglast opening the month, was ': f(
ees only four months 1'oldom'tbe ,
;a steamer and spend the entire day on he ,West Palm,Beach correspondent 1 I Monday. ', the same beingtbe'" first efficient to prevent the ''1.
seed lire now two feet I in I Monday in, the mouth.. I rom going over the links. I
the water and viewing the celebrated remarkable I in a recent issue ofxthe Florida Citizen n' .
\ jight. It is e how rapidly '' . .
Upon an inspection of
Florida Keys. With a pleasant day.and I kinds \ said : "Just' four years this month assessment'
all < tropical fr-uits'l8hrubbJry ago 1891; HEAla BATES
roll for which RAIL OR
,
i well-f IIed. dinner basket was finally approved
: .nothing the! "
streets of
West;Palm Beach seers
d'be and vegetables: grow in ,this! vicinity, at this meeting, it was found ,{bat "i'
u more enjoyable. \o &he G.'L B. Encampment at
ev being grubbed out.
cially during the, rainy ., \\' \ Property alua- the total assessed value of all property YOI'L

1'JThe Methodist I Episcopal church tibns have, increased, about, $ JOOOOOO in Dade of ..
county for this year laggte- Qn account the above '
Sunday_ school organized into a mis- [ UNION LOQICiss .\!' since then." There 1 were\ thenNeighteen gates $2,1 3J,82. The assessment inC 'p, ant, System offers an ;.;', ..
i '' \ 1 .postofiices in-the county; nowt.her I rate otL 9:70 for. the \ ,
nary :
society
; ,night:and I 1884 only /
on Tuesday( s'ver'..I was ] $85,000. "
i Minnie
Jacksonville
Lyman are tbemj handling\nor to Buffalo and
dieted'oftcel'l''The gale J.1 i wenty.fiveof, 4 .
,following i ire the I I Property bas doubled in ..
jalu'sinc gi lug choice of three all accomo'S
pleasant party Saturday evening to herfriends. mail each, than alt,, of them did at that k t
officers
: Mrs., Eta \Wilson, president} ; Ice,cream and other j refreshments IJI time." 'l '\ I Mr. Flagler began, his operations. in via Savannah Charleston '

MM. L. A. Osborne,: vice-president; I \! Dade county about four ears ago., Line, Montgomery and ;
,Mrs.'t J.Bobbins,,secretary.; !a'Jr"N.: were: 'served and all report lip Does he mean to ,sap that propertyvalues ''The: Board'passed a resolution to]theeft'ect 'or tlantaandChattanooga. 'I
Galitier, treasurer '.Mlia-Maggie enjoyable ,tlD e. Mr.,and Mrs. George in the towq'of'West Palm Beach Pullman' 'sleepers leave Jack .
,Wil that in future it/would
; Lyman(( Lantana were present \ during the past four have increased positively at 18.20 a. m. and, 7.00 p. m... '
teaTS
s94' ,musical 'director. :, The, societw11 y : bold,public meeting Qn the first 1r gsdenry'6asthe'contrattofurnla \L $2,000,000' '' The assessed valueof are not eontraetedp authority of, th bfart e 's hedules. Tickets sold
Su each the carial} all the property in the county is onlyabout to 22nd, limited to September"
day:evening,of month'taki6the g company with,wood for Board! or by, at'least\ one of its memo;' ,
ist Jlpall1of $2,000,000 for 1897, and: i't WasIpne I desiring a part rail and '. ,
.
place,of the regular preaching set the ("edge-l; am, consisting, of bers. This "rule/was ,suggested and call score the,very low rate

\\m j''f; mules on the' tongue and J Jborsf million four years ago." 1 1Hesajs \ I adopted as a result, of the discussion round, trip via, Plant : .' j
1e ,
41 T e,3tethodiatEp1'acopal' I in the lead,reminding one of the'farm'erVsong \ ;, there are,, twenty-five pest;- !,which, ,occurred lover, the' presentation' Savannah and Ocean .
church bas oflkes i in: the county at present and to>' New York.' This rate l-''
three :
"With my cattleteam of a number of hills\y parties who had
cu 4nenced ;
laying l the>toundatio twill I toil nor ask fora that each of.them; handles more mail rendered connection meals and,,berths on steamer, r
appierlot. '
services, in with
their the cheapest and most
of new :church :.ediflce.Thibuilding t, s ." \ *. ', than the (Iw hole' eighteen did'at that I. ? ;
when completed I i the double,snooting which occurred at on the finest and ,fastest ;
will
bean
; Ida time, We venture to1,saythat:; the poet vessels afloat. Tickets sold,for \:, J .
'ornament the city!\ Every, citizen Cap* .Benton arrived with boatload North Miami a few weeks ago., : ;1
office at Palm Beach bandied'almost en Savannah
leaving 14
ever property owners is inters ted i n ojF slips';'\'from the Keys Friday'and, ,, much' mail' four a '.ago as does, today rs i. The Bard agreed to contribute the 18,20th and 21st. The Aug.8.20 a. ,'f "1'

,this building. The building and main-, left'.aWin.. Monday morning, in comIpany '1 arsL spade sum of/twen'ty,6Ve, dollars a month. to will make direct connection J.

: tainiingof good-churches in our city is a .with Grant Feno'who will purchase , perhaps more. .bounty has' the city of Miami' to help pay for the these Bailings. ,Secure tickets
developed,wonderfully during the past'f6ur for Plant System from ,
lips for field. colt the bridge',
matter.of intense', interest a -acre operating acrosstheMiami
to the
: i
} property years.'. The fact are sufficient to detail arrangement will be
|wners.; Churches and schools S ,Dr- McLaughlin left Wednesday> to Delate;:but \(such exaggerations
are.tbebulwarks of;'Io{ etr.;"On;thesetiie the north,,where: he has accepted',4.posit do rte good and, tend to do harm cost of operating'and' maintaining answered.vation will, ,Pullman be made or in .
the bridge will amount to at least t "
community ''depend; for the moral. ion,in a hospital. He expects to,re* \ I .... . Ji on notice the
1 '$50., A salary' of $40 month wil given tR :
educational { their r r per -
and training of jnl '
chi "
turn attend .
a year to to the pineapple I I :L.Todd, Division '
dren.: I The rising i 1 { Mayor's Court.] be paid to the bridge 'tender who: wit 1 :;
( generation are soon field which, he, has! lately spa' Agent; C. H. Howard, City
,to,be the'church, people,and the business i ,I'Y I, \I Wary: Register, !'and Charles ArnodJ be required ,to' open 'and close tb chSed'1'\ a dusky couple were brought draw whenever between th Agent,Jacksonville,Fla.
men of oar city. Train'the boys , : be/o r necessary t
Mr. 'Alfred.
Russell ,left Wednesday: his 'Honor Morselast hours of five o'clock :in* the morning eta limi edtliOctoberltlat.,
,Acting Mayor
and, gi Is right. Instill Into their f . .
very worth
for a visit t He was called ,I.
beingGive ruth and, ,Tightness! :of liv'p t boom Tuesday\ morning charged,( with dfsprderly -\ and' ten o'clock_ at night. ', CHEAP I' "EXCURSIONS

t em a broad liberal'educato g"t"t conduct., From the evidence' It is estimated tbat.tbe farther sum" H \

and thi towq? will be" left in the hands W.,W.lBlackmer and :Will Staring 'presented, byMr.|\ Gray,(theWrsbal.it of at least $10 per'month will be re To Nrv.Tork", : City by tb.'Wad of C .. r

cruise with Will a peers that th' 'couple were gaited to maintain the in at.amirf., ".-' ,
of thus ,who ;will make. fit i a. ,,cc took a Capt. : Burton seen bridge good .
ur ears. t ..: s1Jniu calling".ajp various points: southas 'far walking down, Avenue p: Aout\ midnightj I c condition and making necessary repairs round The Cl trip de rate Line of will$32 !put-on romJac -t

as Cutler j![seeing the sights and enjoying \Monday,night wit their',arms '', .' from time,to-time. to New York on occount of :
M.
At the E.
church .nextTSU i
the'trip immensely, except themosquitoes around; liCh others. wa /ts l" ugging I. The bridge across \'the Miami river: r. R. Enca@pment'at' Buffalo.. i

mornin jr-,the pastor Will preach' a inssionary a ; which:they report as very eath other up'}' as the Marshal put I t. ''connecting as it does, two 'of thermos t very:cheap :rate and should ; '
1er on. A cordial invitation n t His Honor tbVwisdom populous sections I advantage; of by all-who-desire -I
numerous. \\ ; exhibited: of aSoioTnon of the ;country, i SHe '
extended ,; j a trip North. Tickets at,this
,to all. ,4\\
it's .. bout"t 'n' in deciding the, cas used by a great tax
r : ** .. thousand pineapple slips, ,' many country will be good I to sail from
'
,< .''I .t mi m i pointed that there no evidencethat who do i. of
were received Tuesday for' Mr/Hblmes out was,, payers notreslde in Miamof on any (the following \
; COCOANUT' :GROVE ITEMS. 'to'attend' : the couple: was noisy orguilty; In fact, it .is quite probable, ,that the dates,:vizdSeminoie 1
I who went
n .north to,his business :': -
\Sunday
Ball? ,Brothers have covered fan! the' interests there* They were from isiurbing thelmbers, ,of, our. peacefU' bridge is used more by ,the, peopleat ofCocoanut m. Cherokee, Thursday, August, t '

rock on: their ,two'lots'with muck and Matham's- field_near'West,Palm Beach!', itiiens. He also pointed out ,th '' Grove 'than it'is by the citizens ; 9 a... m, 'Cpmanche, Sunday, \t ; -

will! plant" Bermuda grass., 'Thel: lots and were fle slips. at\i heur' Mentioned, 'the streets* of Miami. Heck it seemed only 22d, 11 a. 'mi 4t and good to .; C

now' -look..w. U. They: have i cut e *' were pbt usually: ,crowded: rso that reasonable<; that the county should pay: anf ship npj to October 31st. ,

their' 'cottage: to,\Dr.; W...E. Buggs:. of For treatedlto several: nights the ,citizens have-, wbije, ,'admitting ':that the prisonsermonopolized for, half, of ,its cost oi -maintenance.Bequest1 I-. vice The of public the Clyde!are Lineis assured the that '

Athens, Ga.' "' .4' ,- .1 been a serenade' by a-trio of1,\ the whole '\p 8id -walk, \ was made by the city,council' coastwise trade,, and every' "

-. ( dogs which:loss\ made .ighfhideonsl: '' as tW/proeeeded: southward along of Miami to the Board'of,County Commissioners attention will be shown its ,

J.J,,M j&lliater-! : exchanged ,ten ,Monday n.lgpt. '.they 'kept. it up. till l 'Ave ueHD, no one was t jrth rebf. that the county agree to The Department of the "

.. acres.,of land,for. '' the house.' and 'lot. of, broad daylight and "sleep eras: ,a stranger There/was no evidence,,to' allow' t that pay 'for'half I.of the cost. The,Board,- Army:of the\\R publie have '
:Wm.:Granger.. Clyde Line (as* the official y
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to their yelids. The "
'inoroe stock of lthetaccusea' | were intoxicated. His after due consideration< ,agreed to do so. comrades ,and friends and :

Commodore has bed the, "cuss" words! failing! new ,'opes, were,ilbonorj remarked in, passing i ; :that if The' county! pays ,$150 a''; year .forth e lie are invited to join them. i i -. 'Xt

'street In front"-of the .Housekeepers' invented' to fill ,the',bill.; ,A'revolverflied !Iteyerybody'Jn the city who weteguila ; .ty operitionof. a tree'ferry ,across.''New application td F. M. Iro ,

:Club bouse.cleaned"out.:; 'This, makes mjTJid .in the'_vicinity !aled'.to-put: : ; I of pu tlDK, their arm about ,the, waist' River: at )Fort Lauderdale., ,In, view Fla. ,\jPass. Agt.: ,

: { improvement.[;. .The ladies" ha re'quietus on the4music.Tnesday- : nightl; (anotherperson ,of the, I will secure choice" state room' r 1
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opposite, text.of this J fact i''iti-would seem .that, the datio>ta. ; Ag 8QQ.y '
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Buena i __. ,,1 When iii Jacksonville! cmruRE: iF1' TOBACCOr" t>est.To\\ one part of'-the liquid\frotri\\ mining the num.bero. leaves upon a "

-- ' \\l V the leach add three parts of' water and plant without counting them. With i' '
'
l STOP AT THE sprinkle upon+ ,the'plants.. Strong liqid practice the point-at: which a plaut"L ,

i\ -r", manure e: ,will ''.injure or kill\ the 'hould 1>e topped 'can be,, fixed 'at. a :!. '
plants. but if.u t'd\a proper strength glance. | ,,',.
for Its Cultivation andCuring \
River eHotel f! \ ': \ it',is the, best fertilizer that': cart beW\ Suckers should not be allowed to sap \\1 ", .
VistaCottag I i 'f '\ '
: C. ..
plied. \ the plant. They should be broken off )<-=
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J. '
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) \I. ./ +, , Beginners are apt to.make a mistake ,very week,care being taken i lot to inure -. .' '='
BY JOHN \ at the outset in not raising leaves. .
M. E3TK3 SPECIAL AGENT OF very plants the) :\ ,:
Riverside Aventae' near Bay: I UNITED STATE, DEPARTMENT enough' I { \ -..;.... j :'-. ( .

!Two miles north,of Miami, :' Street \ I I' ., ', OF AGBICULTTRB.I PREP1Rl or*rna; frOIL' For TRANSC Cutting and Coring ,. ;:
close to"t.be Railroad Depot I \ tJ I \\'ION' I i \ About .six weeks last t '
\ '-.i.. after'the'been has ,
5 minutes fn m the I pL.un'rxb. \ f
; One of the Nearest Hotels mithe City .to | .\ topped,it will hatefullyattainei ;
:
:
: bay \ the Union I' rmera' BulletnNo.: 6t-PublUbed Authority Old land should be'i1owed to a depth! II'
Deputy! \ by
s New Building, large, airy ills growth. The ;:
\ '. 'of the Secretary of Agriculture. of 8 inches .early)in i.lie' fait. In February -' leases eab. c me
Bedrooms. American $% to$2.50 per day I thick and brittle;breaking ", and .I:
1
Hunting, Fishing, BoatRates.. apply your stable manure or
European, Booms 50c, 75c, $1 tI they change in color from green; to \
ing. commercial fertilizer, or both, and .
French Cuisine. R. B I 1 I& Son Cultivation of the\Tobacco Plant. under a pale yellowishl'green. conditions :-
X ey\ plow to a depth of three or four \ t the plan '
/ : The plant ia first raised in seed bed nches. Jndicateth Is ripe j4'
;Chas. Courly, Prop. l.3-U" The last &t April orthe\! ''first
I . PROPRIETORS.. till large enough to ,transplant the of and eadyforthe harvest.. With a thin \ ,
f. gt4 ,i-IS! May, or earlter/'as_ 1 the! season permits ."
,\" ; same 'as cabbage\'.:.arid tomato plants., in the Southern, low the butcher' knife the stalk' issplit from;

u properly located land again 'to';, the;.. lame depth] that it the I top'to 'within- ''a few. inched. of the '. d
;
if eareftillyprepar" } bottom leaves. '.'t'
\ and. i. JT was, plowed in, February, and\ with The, stalk .i then, cut i
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\ Just lielow the lowest leaves. The : ';;
: M14Mi'l' SEED BED 0V \;EW LAND. drag or harrow and roller pulrerize it .
: plant JS:placed, astride upon sticks i and ; .t
thoroughly. Sod land: late in
ok : '\ :Select a sheltered spot sloping gently plowe these sticks are bung out of doors ....
,to the.south and we l exposed, to;the" ..the,fallor in:' the winter' or?;spring, 'a scaffold; which consists' of two poles upon .\,

<: BUSINESS and'.RESIDBNCB I' trays of' or,the wood sun.until Upon\ he this, soil 1 plat i is made burn should plow,but not should be plowed be put, in with good the condition turn-'' the standing\lsti ks'on are an,long incline so as thattb far apt'plants as"' ft+

< enough to kill the,seeds' of grass with the double- shovel plow, cultivator from :
hangin the sticks wilt not Interfere .re
<
and .
\ t :and weeds. With a Ioe or spade stir drag. ?,, or\else the plant are 'conveyed ..')'
i ILOTSI tile earth two or thrp inches deep, butd With a marker made for the purpose J '
immediately to the barn .
.t; : -+ 1 not disturb the subsoil.. If in preparing 'I lay off:the land.in r .ws'3 feet 3 inches; curing i "'
feC2CCBID To.icco. '
I.
a seed bed on new''' land an inch apart e ach way and: with a Toe make i '
r Now For Sale_ .""' \ of\\\the surface' soil -is \removed, or the small hills at: 'the intersection', of the sun.cur tobacco is hung first V upousca'ft'01

subsoil{ is brought to the surface,.plants rows. Instead. of hills, "Ii8t
k win not grow. Hake and work the ridges may be made by throwing' two to the, weather,: and is 'then '_, ,

= \ QQp Lot t bed\\ulitil the surface \lhas' been made or four;>> furrows together: with a light hung{ In th* barn where it is cured by .
Prices ErODll1OOrto
'.
\ : r mellow and fine; welllrotted manure turn plow drawn by one, horse, The air alone, m> Ore being used i '

spread over the surf ace and thoroughlyraked "list" or ridge: thus, made should, be Properly constructed !barns"for curing ,,., ::.

: According to: L catloni' .in will pronJOtethe\ growth of trimmed and'patted' with' t he i hoe: at '\ tobacco by this process, or bye what .' ;'.
: the plants. Remove ,aH roots and the proper: place for hilig. I'\ is known aa the air-c dng' process? STS

\ r \, trash; run ;shallow, trenches' or hard- In p.repariQgand "ff. A cropibf\ tobacco should be built practically- ;igpr, f

: ,beaten paths,at inter\al4 of four or five \the soil should be put' i ith such with adjostible ventilators Rai! pens .
Railroad tarp to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be refunded to feet through ,the bed and dig,a trench perfect t) condition that no future ;cultivation or cheap and:open sheds",are, boo ever ;- 'i'
each'purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for such. fare,which' four or five inches deeps on the "should be required, except to often, used,as a makeshift. :from" lack'of '
upper
'receipt will be,received as cash in part.payment for}lot. r \| kill the desire\ ; .
; side and at the ends without this weeds and keep the'surfacemellow. means ,or to erect better build
e ; protection <
'" \ I\ ; Call on JOHN B. Lan\LY',AgenJ' : heavy rains .will drift the seed ., i!! ings. i 1\ \ .oJ s
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? ; I, ;Fort!; :Dallas Company, Miami, and cover many of them-f too deeply.. TRANSPLANTING TOBACCO., I, : 'cq>ZINGrH oPZN 'rtRie. ;4
One of Will About the 1st of *' The custom of caring:tobacco With'
\ 1 tablespoonful seed sow a May or as soon as :
Or; J. E. INGRAHAM:: ; Vice-Pre .t, .L bed 10 feet .square\ which! will" furnish warm growing weather, according to' open fires is still'practiced',to some ex ; '!!

1m..r; .> Fort Dallas Land .Co..Bt.:; AusrustinLFla.Little plants enough',to set an acre.,. Iix the climate and season,', is assured: the tent. The'tobacco I.S.placed,upon scaffolds -
: - ;- '. ', \ "I" seed with dry' ashes and sowevenly! plants should ''be''set out. Showery;>> or four 'gr' fly daps until. it: is; !well.1

f 'U \C Brush'or"rake (in the seed;;very',lightly damp cloudy 'weather affords the best yellowed, when in is hung in the barn

: Compact the .earth by treading with time for doingthis.. When the largest and fires are\kindled. 'under it. 'i jibe

: \\ BrFerti1izer; liD Phosphate ft the feet or by the.use of,3 light roller, leaves are 2J' inches wide 'be.plant'is fires are'made, to burn with ';

:: : leaving thesurface! ,smooth' and<<; even. large en ugh'to set possible.-blaze, slowly at.first, but1the Jf' "i

r;' = .JACKSONVILLE, , ,' FLORIDA. ,Cover with 'light:brush_ thick enough! Saturate the plant beds by.pouringwater heat gradually. increased:, :i
?
,' 1 slightly shade! the, plants' and' protest carefully upon them. Thiswill\ ta1Q continuously' ,uintil the leafjex-, '. 'i
y them from frost or drying'winds. loosen the soil so' that the plants maybe cept, the upper half If the:stem,'is entirely ,

: The brush may be',left upon the bed drawn with .the, leist. possible i injury ,cured. ThisI I is fast os-', '.

I: r .y.Manufacturers ot Bi b-Gra : F1 ttil z r until the_ pants are half-grown; ;I to..,the to the roots.' 'Pulrtbe plants carefully ing-it3. old-time, polarity, and will ..

size for transplanting.. Leaves.or trash one at 'a time, laying them .doubtless soon be superceded by .
|t.tilers which accumulate upon the; bed ,must straigbtand in a positon to protect: the' methods 'I ICCHIJTO bert '.

L .]: Tomato. ; should use- ;- the ?Jest, Fertilize', Because the best' is be remove ., [Something heavier; like leaves from mud and dirt., In setting BRIGHT TOBACCO WITH ., ,>. :

;' feX', ,.1[ '. :the cheapest.. \" I I I pine, or cedar boughs, orl! cornstalks' out tobacco" hole made'in the fail This is a somewhat difficult process,
may be used as a covering tfor\ the bed, with the fingers or'a short ,sharpens requiring practice to insure the besfe: ',

t ', y iLtttle (IBro ., Vegetable, No.: 1,, and Little!Bros"i| Tomato but these must be removed soon after stick.;' Into this opening the',roots.o( results. The "curing barn !should pe .

C .' P. :Special .are therBest'.B, .ds ori ":. ': the plants ar.e"up.' the plant are-inserted; and the earth.ia made nearly air-tight\Und" provided ,-

..': );: market 1 tomatoes. ,,\ \ SEED BX'DS OV OLD' LAND. pressed firmly about them. In transplanting -, with ample. ventilation 'readily con
f' / ; .tobacco It'''is trolled.. We the :
to obtain give
important Bagland
.' ....i -t .v ". .f\4. \ \ia I The practice is,to burn {the, surface methqid., .
an even 'etand. When the.' First. Yellowing,, process 90 degrees
'i :;Ellis, ;Williams,:&;J Branscomb, Agents, \ until the soil is baked half, an1 inch ; plants' '
:
'. ,deep. This is done .to'effectually destroy grow; evenly they may/ be cultivated ,from twenty-four to thirty hour.. ,
',tf-Ra, ; I foul seeds and because the plants easily and effectively, and' they may Beco d.Fixing'\ 'color. .;100 ,degrees! ,
; I IA !
,, --r, r I'- 'grow best, as many believe, upon' soil all.be topped and harvested at t; the. same four hours; 100 to 110 degrees' ,increasing ,
; : time.To, obtain this even stand ;two .hours Io
: that'has been'thus baked.has : or } 2j degrees, every } 110
,
i 1
J :' \ the coped growth, the soil must be put in good 120 degrees four to eight hours.' }: '. ,
,; soon as bed,has, off, th< : :
Nbrth"" .MishniThe soil is stirred and worked to'a depth'o condition, .the \hills. : must. be made of, Third. Curing the, leaf, 120 to 125, ,

A \ three_ inches,beinreversedaslittleas: : mel'ow earth and,well firmed or patted' degrees. six_to eight hours... j l .

C+. .. possible. A Ii application of well- with the hoe, the deadly cutworm Fourth. Curing stalk.and stem. 125
J. . ,' ',i : L''. ; ':'t, rotted manure or commercial fertilize must be hunted out and killed and good to 170 degrees,'increasing..five .1 -7' C \ f plants must be set in place of those de- an hour, and continue at.170 degrees
I
= I' is made and the bed is worked until It .. _... ._ .U-t-l-i.,
it. '' 'IIt "
?_ : t. t" ., I is in fine condition..I '\ stroyed, at the first opportunity. .MM ail''.talk <.U'* BlCaU,A-.-C- VUA/A UUKUIV' &- .

: : If\\.the seed Is:sprouted before, being CDLTIVATIQN.. ..\ killed' ,and:dry:, whicbxjusually;require!'

t :, NewW I Oper to to sown and. the ,beds, are. covered with: The best time, t9kill the weeds is ''from twelve\ to fifteen hours: Vg "'
1 After the.tobacco has been cared io
;
the :
canvas, plants large'enough\to transplant just before they appear upon sur ,
be'i obtained in .from face. Stir the soil' often and It must be stripped and sorted, durthm. \ h.
may thirty keep '
Terminal D v !o t e t. to forty, days. I .loose and mellow;,, It, the soil' avy \damp' weather, and, if not sold loose, Itmusk \
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} rain be balked or: and ,
hung packed.
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HOW TO SROUT'THE SEED. or has been beaten down with , l he '
... ; Upon several ,layers of woolen cloth first c..11tivatio"I'sl1! I ,' be deep. The It should be,handled only wbeq,in good! ,.,\

y'\, .. [ORTHERN; ;. PORTION. ; OF, THE' CITY.. .t spread the,seed about one-quarter o f, roots of ,the tobacco: plant grow rapidly order.they'|The leaves are from generally the stalk sorted into!! "
as
\ -- ? '' It"l, 1 inch thick. Cover well with woolen the earth iarestripped .
':OJ ." J JNprtn all soon ,filling' completely
; |\ : f' five or Six\ gr dest-tbreeor, four of leaf j;
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cloth, thoroughly soak the whole mass between the rows. The tobacco field

; i : MiamiLots i ; ; ,are only(halfa, ?mile.:from tb'jlJ NewT with warm water and ,set Ink warm" should, 'therefore, be! well cultivated' ,are and tied twd fn of lugs.mall. bands The different bundle grades and \' -'!

place near the stove. Keep.moist wit early in, the ,season, and late, cultivation *; i
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.F I t nunaJfQt'aJeW': 'minutes' walk. Size' the i is 80.d loose '
: :, : 60x100. warm ,watfr. In\ three or four dayssmall if necesary., should be shallow. crop ) .or placed.on\ thesticks _,
f 1 : "*|Alley .in ':rear*of, yefy'lot. Cool and breezy \ white.spots'will Indica] ,germination The horgworm' generally puts in an and nnng up as soon as .tripped,t. ;
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to be taker! down and packed in I
Thoroughly mix the seeds early appearance,and it must be hunted I spring ,
;locations.PRICE .. '
\ I I 4 I \ with dry:ashes and sow. i 1: diligently throughout; the season", ncdestroyed or summer. Y \ .' 1

.' : :50.00' '* TO $75:00\: \\ HOW'TO..COVER WITH,CANVAS. or it ,will greatly injure\\or d ,Xffeetaof Climate. I t( .

..: \ 1 ; -" ; ._,-' ,.i' \ The bed 'should be 5 feet 6j} ;inches ruin -the crop. The .first week, of itsexistencefs 'Success.in the-production of: tobacco, ' ,

: r' wide, with a southern exposure occupied in'eating severa, involves' not<<; only a ,knowledge of,, the "
:, % ,*Buy op' while t the i may be ,had cheap. ;They\ will Place! boards six: inches wide\around small boles in 'the leaf near the spot best methods to be employed In'its cul' \.": .

be worth?'double] : "a .few' months' hence, when. the' New the bed,'and to .keep u these; .on edge fasten where the egg was deposited by the ture and curing but: also a knowledge,' \, '
: is I T' hjdrivin.g small stakes on eaCb parent moth; generally: upon 'a lowe 'of what types can be most SUCCe8iful?' (

Terminal. : } completed., "Easy. Terms'. ' ,' : [! i side. ,.or rivestaketaridnailtb, board leaf..; These small, ,holes indicate .its raised in different 'localities and upon J
to them/ ,Across this, ,frame, at'inter-. : hiding-place during the first: : week:o different soils:, And when it is-known'
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l' Robbins. :& ',Graham. vahof three. feet,1fasteunarro strips its life and will aid,in its discovery.!' !I what class.of tobacco maybe produced.,

f\\ :. J. .-. -- ", ": ; : to."support the cloth. Bank up with PRUNING' .AND TOPPING. ' ,, in any locality, it is' also, necessary ..'
} 2July97-tf } OVER OFFlTpE.: '
} I) $' I 4 1 ' "i" earth.iTwo':.widths of light jcotto\ :! Pruning consists in ;stripping off the know.what varieties must becultivat.

..: ,, 11 cloth I sewed together+ will, form the lower leaves; leaving the stalk bare six' to produce the. 'most perfect type o; ,4 '
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. \ C C cover:-: Upon'the...sides and ends of.thi. or eight inches ,above the surface hf that class. \

r ,' ( "- Imported Florida Frown i'ueltiAbijo,one Fear.,!Sue\$1 perozfloperponnd. "IE: & f'l coyer jew small loops of cloth,or\heavy the hill. In topping,that removing Climate determines the class-of to-

..r'a f a fl .S' 1 Leaf Sumatra.Tobacco TV per 4Cc oz.pr to oz.17.60.|4 pr pr)b;'.Ib, ,Mannfacturlti FIELD! AND* twine,. Stretch the' :cover over; \the the upper.or flower! stalk,from.eight to' bacco which may' be produced within

0 I 0 ee GARDEN SEEDS, -Corn Field 1arietfRoccrgt.' .framandfasten', the loop.to] nails twelve: ..leaves are.left, upon ,the''plant'', ;certain areas. ;;Thus'the fortieth i parali
.bo. '
postpatd.t.GO
U"" a .\'arltllrs,So pr per qR freight,'f 2 not-paid..:.>5 freight: or 8ug express r- driven.af proper;distances in. the'ontside ; according to''strength of soil, type Qt i lel marks;quite abruptly*the boundary

i\Sqnsah.SOe per I Jb post, paid' Pearl r Millet;rr the beat not fodder prepa-Id.crop.ember 25c per Ib,,post We per paid Ib pout In lots''paid of. of'.the 'frame..1 The cotton (cloth tobacco.etc, ?' Good soil will mature a !,line ':between' the _cigar-leaf districts.
I fJlIba or over,lIot prepaid t'Internatlonal iscprlb.' All outer teed*'s.t equally!reduced tat<>r:;. International used :for covering the beds should,be a .greater number; of ,leaves, than poor. I on- the:,north and"the regions which

; 1 Stock. !jaD:9 Food.68r.if-hI"per p? Poultry- Food.35c" per.nkU:' L.CAMERON.' Jacksonville., FlaA medium 'between the common grade foil,and,the bright varieties are topped ,I,produce'the manufacturing and export,

1 , and what is knoyrias cheese; cloth, higher than the dart'orexport varief types south of that line. -

I : 't ,7 choice'selection ' The 'cover ,should '\be .removed.a,few ties.. I __ __ "'t" |II I 1| 'Between" 'the fortieth and thirtyflfthparallels ,
days before the plants are set,out..) The leaves of the tobacco plant stand of latitude'lies the great,tobacco ,
.In'.ntan : ,at the office HOW TO'HASTEN--THE GROWTH OF'l'Wn. eight':perpendicular. :"'ranks. The belt of the;'United States'wl '

r f. : n tif the"-1DIETRbP! J' Set tip' a'leach of-well-rotted'manure. .flQ" leaf stands over :the:.first.' This tobaccorbas: .always'been: a leading crop ere'f.. f.:

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THE SECOND TIME. r Bay Front For S&le'. i ;Ten Acres at North' Miami,

: North Miami Town :Lots !1 : --.-1 -, I Twenty >ne acres with a frontage, < of Being the a if of ne j J. of De | of See- *, j

;,(continued:from\ 2nd page) 400 feet on the j Bay. splendid piece of lion Township Si, Sooth of Range 41
land lying between the East, lying between the railroad and Bay.
1 pccted. lie mourned her SjnC relY .as place orlR. B,He
Ranging, Price From $30 to :$150. . did her two devoted daughters I Cormick and that of :;A. R Bimmona, very 81.300.i south of Cocoannt GfOTe t
The finest
UeM and in OnmAM.
>as lonely time inarried
; A Selected, List of Bay Biscayne Property. \ piece of ,land for sale on' the Bay for1\the 2-18-if BOBBINS t "
again ''a woman considerably
: I !. fruit Tracts'and Cheap Land for Im estmerit. \ younger money.." Pnce $4,500.WiU'[ '. take one'half .
. than himself, a member of thesame
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\ cash, or only one- C&8hlJr neces NATIONAL
I Frost-Proof. ? Bearing Orange Gro\es. church, ,. an ambitious and. not over- : .... ."" ,

I,, No. i Phosphate, I Lands. \ 2-is.u i I BOBBINS & GBAHAH. }HomeSeekers.F\

;. \Choice Property of it .'. \ .
,. Every Description

.MOT DESIRABLE. LOCATION ON BOTH T EAST\ AND f..J.p : ' ,J12) ,PLACES- 'OF-.:.mTEREST...- :; REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE:

: \, WEST COAST. \1 To Ba Sean.In tad t About Bay. Miami and Biacayne., . \ .


E::. A- -vu dClell King' Tarpon and. Spanish; 'i Mackerel' Fishing\ MUe 10 Exhanging Property for Property! *, '

.. , }Rapids of the Miami:. .. ... : .. .: Ii 4 4 oft
: ',. marltfitSAFETY 1an1. F'1a. The Florida Everglades ..-. ...r., .. . .."..1 U:'.'.'..;. 4 Specialty, Send Description what)!
\ Seminole Indian Camps .\. .. .. 9 Jon have and what want. i'MATjtBAB
.t. \ yon
.. I Tbe1'lmclrBowl andKuins...: i:: ::.:: :: .. J d
r Cape Florida and the Old.Ught ... . .. INDIAN BlYXB "
8 FtOBtDA.
\ Fowey Rocks Light: : ..... ... ,.. ..... ..tj.:i; 15
The Florida Reefs.. .. .. . ..'. .\. .... ... .. 15 c. C- CARROLL1 j .
I II 4 / '1 Deep Sea Fishing. -v.. .,. .l, ...,. ._ 13 0e l.tt-l,
I The Coral Gardens.: . .. .. .: ,I\4 : ._. .... .U: .. 30Caesar's r Beat Estate A nL 1
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I \ Bear Cut \ \ 4
1 Jforris Cut..::-::: :' :'::: ::ll:::: ::::: \\: :: .

#, Rock anes. \\.:.. ...:.... :: 2:1 .
\ r \ AlNTSHOP
\ Klliott Key:. .. .. .. ...::. .', V: ",.,;. .. t.. 25 MIAMI P
f a Key :: : .. 01"l .iqThe
I Gi i dnc:: ;;'' Grounds::::: .::: ;::: ::::: ::: 15 *: .
sam FIl r's' rove...,.. ... ?I::.;'H\\'t...._.\... 2 T-J..WEAVER, p.RO-- 1
Little P.iver.r.........:.ll... .,...\.. .t '
Arch Creek .. :.......,;.. tt.! . .. ,. U House, Sign and Carriager
YatnnlBridge.l.::;.. .... ... ..,:L.:i..a.\ : is "
Cocoanut Grove.. ,. . :.....;1....a...' ... ...L. 6
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1 i lemon City.. . ....M.1' ...._ ...'L"\..I 1.......to 5

.. ./ay 1 kso fl i; l j 1U Cutler BuenaVlna. ::.:::.i::::::;::::::::j>: :\i.:::::.4,2: 15 ra nti! /L)

( 4ktYQ The Royal Palms ...,.. . .. 5
\ / ".rn.a BOY-WOULD NEED MOST o1; I ITT The Giant llambooe.",.. ........ ...k.E*,.......... .
PBOPKBTT." ', Wild Orange. Wild Lemon .:.... ,f..ti..v. \s
. Wild Lime Grove5\\\.r; \ :\.,: _:: Decorative '
h Baker's fianlover..r.., . ...\Ll .J'..... .. 15 WaUPaper-Hanging.a spec ,*
scrupulous woman. When her son was Snake Creek....*..,...... ":..". ."?:.;... .1\\..1...... .20 ialty.. Graining;.Hard-wood Finishing
born she beoam desirous that every*advantage The Crocodile Pond.. .. ... . ... ".,,;-.. ., ...... 10 I 'and KaJ omini'. All F
House ... ___. . . ... .
should )be '' of Refuge " ".'......... 10 guaranteed.Best
placed 'I,before him, Indian Creek and Oyster Beds.... ..c...... .. 10 of. workl' # r
that he might attain to wealth and The Old Ruins on the Miami. .. ..i'' .,:..... encee 'will be sinn!
honor. She Mr. Crawford Fort Dallas.. '. ,_. ... ... ... .. ."...... . Ate. D and gUi St,. MI" :
convinced in
,
A Cruise on the Bay of Florida and'\Among .
a thousand nameless ways,.that the boy the Keys ,, .:.. .. . .L'h> 7may_ r-hf S% 1- .t. .
wouULneed: .most of the for The Florida Gtilt 9tream.,1 :a L"...:. .
property ,Eight Hour Sail to the. Bahama Ban .\:.,....
ti1 business, to' many well, and to carrY

down the family:ours The girls would THE. PEACOCK INK

', 1 doubtless marry and I be well providedfor TA'N'KiIII : ; ,

e by ihefr husbands.: She talked with _LOOATED.ONdF .."''*
Mr. Crawford about the uncertainty of :
Manufacture
We
life, and, with act, urged .that other kinds and sizes ofCypress' all BISCAYNE; BAY

: -. thing* besides aj spiritual preparation' i .. Five milea"south of Miami.. ,

.. j !t. COM'QRT QUICK TIME DfflRATES !r thO for dea k' of 1 jh were the younger. n cessary.members A man should of 'his \I' |jl The on'.the.Bay.oldest and, :Headquarters largest hotel 'n

'nest Cuuine and Service, r 2fo Transfer:Between Jacksonitlle and New York. roily: ,.who you d be left comparatiye- for the Biscayne-Bar'.Yac4t'' 5"

Tie> Fleet!' la composed of the following Handsome New Steel St >amen\ help eS8' Club" f l\
1 Tanks Daflj Steam LiuDch Connection WIt' Miami
Pe pie said that *
the fr
Comanche ,(new), t ,Algonquin t Iroquois t Cherokee strongwilledJohn .
I . I Cawford' had become very much ,Bates, $.00 Per Day and Upward.
NORTH L under sway of his younger wile;! that Special Bates by the Week! ,
\ -BOUND.
l he had ''grown lei dominant G. M.:DAVIS\& ,SOU
j is more appreciative ; CHAS.
appointed PEACOCK &
Steamers, are to sail according to the tide. and more thoughtful of,her SON, Proprietors, \s..
Ftt inJaekeonvllte, Fla. (eaUlugatCharlhton), Sundays,Tne ays and T '' PalatkaFla.Write ;\ .
Fr>m Charleston, S. C.} -. Mondays, Wed Mtdays arid Fridays; needs and wishes. Ite idolized his sOn, COOOANUT GBOVE, FLA..
Fo hours of sailing'see"Clyde. Line. Schedule,or Jacksonville and Churl&tOn daily papers", but he seemed no'dearer. than the)daugh t.- for Catalogue. M-J-24-pd ittOnan
? All tha 1.1.4Plaht
i SOUTH-BOUND. / ters of Betsey. He'was'a more expensive ...- Year. '

\ East ..' child, for.he needed' all sorts of playthings \ -. f F t
I Steamers appointed. to sail from Pier 29, River.. New York at 8 j A., as lotfowe: :
Fot Charleston, 3. C., Mondays, &wedn days and Friday. the best schooling, the best The "
F Of Jacksonville, Fla. (calling&tCharleetou1 Mondays. Wed sdays and FrldageBoston clothes,and a somew'hat larger:amount' >Systemte
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I and' JacksonvillO-lMreet of spending money. It.was :'evident .
Line
( ? ) that John Craw ford,Jr.,-would require

\It Calling at.Charleston-' C.., both w.ys. I. more money than; his hSU.sisul'i1, ) 1 \ _Pe fe Passenger :Service .j. .

STEAMERS.MGEO. W. CLYDE" AND ' I In course of time' Mr. Crawford, hav Reaching the Most Important Points 'in
Geo'giaAlabama #
. I : ing served: a term'm congress, tnroug:t .
"4 ,, Are appointed.to sail', .as follo\"DELAWrn' good ability and the 'discreet'use of South Carolina; Florida ':;Cuba and .f f '
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Fro foot of Str \
Bogan. *=VJacksonvilleFJUDATS ; RIDAYS harf' Boston .II money In organizing his forces acid \

1 ? I having done well) for his constituency'\ Novia,[Srotla.IRost 1\ \ ..

c :'YDE'S ST. JOHNSRIVE LI'NE.I foHowed'IJetsey to the other world. .To\ : : EJp1en.dl.d. : ,, C"te1s\\
r. \ the!SurprIse of all, save the second Mrs. -I I I f ". '
: k (OE BARY \ .
". LINE I Crawford, the property was left to her,
JacksonvillePalatka\ jSanford, Enterprise; Fla., and Intermediate and titer x>n. with ihe m'erest remembrance . _

Landings on the Sft.; ,Johns,. Riyer. to the unmarried' 'daughters of. } TM I e I
r i .1 1\i hard-working Beteejf Crawford. \
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Steamer/AVELAKA" : -I I wouldn't have' thought it," said a f f nl,;; 3, '

prominent;;lady in ''the church. "Why :

% CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW, John Crawford was a deacon, and prom ]

+ i Leav. Jacksonville! : \,... ...r..'.-.._.... /.'.,-I":......,..........j Tueedaytand Saturdays at !30p' fessed to live according to right and jam < -I ,

... ............. .... ... .. .. '' 5-. 5 .
55 5[Leave.:Sanford. .: :.11. -:"y ,> ,.,,,. /-.illondaysand,Thursdays at 4Pattenger .. t.ice1.'There. musthavp been undue" In-t 1. 5 -- S

ilnen.ce.His'first.W {worked like a -t

nerat aRd} k Office ,.204'(West\:Bay Street, Jacksonville.O slave to help earn tbt'.mony.. I never"supposed \ r r '.

a man would be unfair'to his
,
\; U,HOWARD.:Surt yT .1':' s F. Mi $IRONMONGER J_i F. P..Ai I !\ .children. i
'I ..' a" ." JArn0XVILLZ1LA.; r. -. S ' Oti'never tell folks
what
1 ,. can 'till.
T. ..EOER, "'M..I W,H-WARBURION. E. P. A, M, H..CLYDE. A. T. M;\ ".
..... .6,BOWLIK8. ,saint, MSW: ;/TOEK.P. .._ ; do, said another' churchmember."Youth ..

.hWNL\ ..,CLYDE_ .& CO.:',. Gea'1.Agents and tact are great forces in the' -'-"
John Sever
ortd.i Crawford
'I >wllng aryls New .York City.; '1* So. Del. Ave. Phiadel hi. i.HI1 .w meant to \ ilGta. .
j /1/! .. 11 be unjust, but .he .couldn't help it. SA ,

third, of that ,property Ought,to have i .. am I p; t. '. -i-iIn'the t '
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: gone tov fhoee'danghtera!) Why didn't \ # f J -t It

Southern andF1or' .diedr his wife" ;make him fix.iti', :before she =\, y :West Coast Region of Florida.I \i IIr j


"Maybe she',tried: who ow.? said THE ,PLANT. :)STEAMSHIP. LINEi' I _
the addressed. t. the law

;fi The Su anee River. Route. \ . \ didn't person make him do his d'ut how could Steamers Plying Betw: enjPort:; Tampa, Key West .and

1 you expect his conscience to do it? We /
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Tim. Table'tme"113,1697 S need some new.laws aboutlthe'\ property \IHavansT and BetweenfMohile_and,Port_ ,Tampa.. :

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BOt1ND which, men and. ;Women\ earn together. B..yr. WRENN, 'H...0.}{oF ADDEN, .
SOU ( 1ORTI1IBO NDL ." \ -PaBs.Traffic ,
STATIONS, _. anager; \Aw't: Oenl Pass. Ag
'_ Ne6 Na3 Not : - '.. Not No4 Noti Mr.. Crawford's' injustice,re8nlted.in 'SavAnaah.Ga: "
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7 35 .
r r 7 43 a x _
..: 11 1140 Arrive..Maeon..LLeave 440 41a :%... .. ,', left bitter memories of.her]father in1 .
4 t ii 45 a M ave..,..:.... aeoII.Ar Arrive 0l1 7. N..
4 Oi a x 11 Oi ? the heart of theother. Y.padependThe -
a
0 58 145 2 08 t Ardve:.:.:.... Cordele : 4 !0 "
.u4Leave .
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8 4 t 500 a 5o.I ........::.:: ;. Tifton i ...:.:.} t as 1226'' e ; en t.-J .. M no ,Ste mship Line 'I
:io aD, 44o1 b b 5 ,Valdoaq: :#, .:. t.,. 1106 A Y 10 ti27 x \ 1
.tt ,.i. b 40 I E 86 :., ..:::..:Jaaper' :i. 10 02 9 5!' ...... ,
7 !8 ;... ;:..... ..Lake City."L+ 9 10 9 00 4 /. EfrrptUn e w -
.' .. 900'1' 1020 : ..i.. '
PALATICA '
: 61U 44.S ..a We all know whal "Egyptian' dark* "

j..f b 19 10 A b 800 16 r Are.Leave..y.. .... Wavemss.Leave..T 1ton..Arrive 1 u r x 11 7 x rr .. } ness".is, and that in most tropical.conn. ''m t Y. & T.. 8-'8, COJ> '. 1I"
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x 9 40
I:a. 7 s0 1215' .JCYSONTILLB....:=.,.'a. a 20 7 00 : F tries sudden darkness after sundown Ls stFJa.D .

3o A t on ... .....Arrive ... one ,of the In t '
j..:a..:. 900. b 15 Ar 1ve..TITZOEBALD..i Leave 1 10! 00 45 n'n..n 6 00it 15 r x : peculiarities' ;: Egypt,at 'S KeYW, To- Newlork': \ ,
certain of the 1"
t r Y 12 53 t ......,(. .eave..3 osta.+<. .....Ar vc ..} ,. 0 R Y 4 0.1 a x marked seasons ;year there is. ; "" tt. .
1149,: 121 ...: Arrtve..xQnttmen. :.-.i.Letre ;.. b fit E aY exception to this'sudden"draw The.magnificent steamers.of thin line are appointed to Jeaye **** k
= 214 .;,:.:::...TSOMASTILLE.J.. :'. ..... 456 246y ing'of.thc| curtains of the 8kiesvM'"Th t, .
t .. it A 11 10 t x ave.. ..:..'PA atka.....,.Arrive 4 Bo a .4 5e .:.... { ,sun down and darkness "' : ':
:. .:. 140 r s W Arrive.... 1.18 160 .. gou comes on Key West Every Saturday :
:. .., tfO S 66 ....:..;.}'.x. 12 O5 U 14 t x . '{ rery suddenly 'a 1d o i ues'for--u-:" ,
.. :, 806 I co ........, .. 9 !0 P x 10 45 ..... ..i r
space of 20 minutes or half on; hou .
1.5 8 ao L..r ,...TA1dPA.. :._ji, 750' 800 striving la NEW YORK following' Tuesday. Service. and accommodation
'. ...: ... 1 a ... ...... ave...". .:. Atka..., .....Art ve 4 56 r x ..... Then all of a sudden,the bills and sanely- -5-: 5 5 strictly fint-claaa. | ,t '. 'M:' .
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12 48 r >< ..... take
.Ormon4.Leave 2 b3 . on
s >b ....., :.J.: ., ..:.:Bockledge. .i .. .:.. : sighastlypaleneas'andjin'sn.! DIECr -
: :f: : 12 07 ,... '
.*.: 810 ..:...... .. ...:,.. Vfeat Palm Beach.: :: .,:,...: 7 54 A a :::,:.,.. : \other moment everything begins to Brunswick Georgia ew.Yor1j .1"
.. 11 os .{.....:.............:;..::1t7A1L.z: ....:{ t...... :.. 800' .... II brighten, ,,and. it' appears that the.eur. ,, : :

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us about tOjrise out of the west. These .
i Operates Poll man Buffed Sleepers the year round between JacktonTille.Fla.and I : \tints.of' ) ( PASSENGER SERVICE;r '
NashTlIU golden purple, orange and \ R
Feniandina
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Tenn. Jilay
(lrla Tifton on Trains Hoa.Sand 4. Via (F.,O..t P.'iir.) sad'C Via Everett and Southern Railway '. t ,
)Operates Local Sleeper the year round between' Palatka -and I pttaintheirimatrmumdegaeeofbrightrtass . ,land Route : \\f. ",!#
a.. Macon. Ga. via G. 8.1 '
F.+ dlreet on Trains No*.> and 4. in ,about .ten,.minutes after they LT.J.ck.onTiUe..I.: .............8 IS | ; Jacksonville........,................4 00 pis 'j(
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Direct Line to Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colony),via Tiftoii f'begin, and in 20 minutes everything ha?. Ar Lv.Fern.ndin.; Branawirr..: ....._'.:..;..... ....:,..;.1.6 ao ber-t..... -yere", .... ............... .......... 40 rim ?
i* faded into darkness and' 'are Sunday; : .t...........;............'1 aa pm.5 "
/ i you (onlj
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t : 1 oatNASHV IL EXPOSITION( Passengers !allowed on board for tapper l1nd rL, r.
14onsciolis the fact that bare .
Etna d Trip Ttctets Cf1 you! ju:t '
now very how rates.From Palatka. 1
From Jar ] i OSI.D-SAILINGS. .
TenDafLlmttTueadafland"1'hnndaye.; ,,_jr... /.;. . .. ,-A .,..11t00.E p1Y80 !L'ntnt9&ed.the phenomenon knownas : New York 2t E :l\ 'k ,
Twenty$Day Ltmil.,{.; J .4i ? ., ... jf1 : ... ..'i 1925- 17 60 ;the. "Egyptian afterglow." .j S' J Friday>T July 9"..ter. . ....Rf':30.m. . . <.._, (Standard, Time) Lv Brunswick _,
*. w x 4kJ ,. f" : ; RIOGRANDEf.. .. ... .... ..... ., :
October Limit J. .I. 18
Friday July '
flat. ,3 J? ... . \ a.
The & 1. w Y6 25,... .?. 2400 -- Friday. July 16.}:,. ,. . ..... .. _. ..; ...STATE OFTEXAS.. ... .
i nil ScnleR'>nt,.i The historical Banleflelds Route. .-- + 't... Opinions Dialer;' Frida,.July 23+ .. . ......w...,-<,.. ........;. BIO GRAND)<:., .....,i'VA mot.t-4..Frlday.Jnlr80 Fridq July 23 .
information sleeping car reservations, etc., can De obtained Friday,July 80 .. .. ........ .... '.. t
or.calling upon | j mar promptly by writing '',Cntic That'performance of :t. : + .COLORADO) ... . ..i..s: ?..'...: ...Frldlr. Ang.RIO 6 .. j"
: : your.., Friday, Ang GEADNX.. . . ; W.-'Trlday, AngJIJMETEOPOLJS
HUOH.H.,RICHABDSON, Gen.A last; nighf was rare. THE MIAMI t RV: :

1, \ 9 ribgan Jacksonville..F,la. \,\M nager--I can't'agree uritih. you! ;I f.; 't ; 80UTHWICK, .
think:it. 'well-done, ;Miami,'J'orida.ii''' Agt Mallory.Line 'fey West Ha '
J:I. NEf G. A. MACDONALD was i -:-Detroit Free_ ; . ,

Ganl 8nperUi xdaati: ? 'Gtn'l Pawengcr Age&t;, \Press.; ... 'M s *. . . CHAS.. DAVIES,-Agent, ,- C.\\H. HALLOEY; : & CO. 1"

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) ; :AddiIQual I Miami ,.Mince Heat The Superintendent was ordered to investigate City Council 'Meeting. << Miss J. Ledwitch, P. A1.a, Williams, }I\\ss .. : J 'N'-ti C8.. .\' 1.\

f : and report.F. The City' Council held an adjOUrned I Williana Williams, 'Claude Babcock, I\Therewillbepublicservlees, next Sunday ,

'f" \ S. Dewey appeared-in,the interestof meeting last Saturday night 'to': consider 3rrs.workhanskyjand_ children.RevJ. in the Riverview House,candzicted
: D. M. Boney a cigar manufacturer, of the Boynton people in regard to:the' plan for the Miami public'school M.'Navarro.' : : |I' by the Tier.J ames'Bolton,pasi>or if the

dcala is| inhe. city with his_ family. school at that place, as'did'', also Wl II. building The whole'pa.rty'rt"turnM Saturday: Union Congregational enure!i. Time

i/; .- IJe> is if brother, of Dr. W. BV Boney Cox The building committee recommended \ with the exception, of, Miss (Corinne tl df4 service, lt> .'m. and 7.30ra., ] A

., 'propr for,ojf the Hotel Miami Drug The Superintendent) ordered to the plans prepared .by, W. H.' Ed Curry and Hiss.,May Johnson,who, will .cordial invitation.'isextendedto11., .
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J SJwre.1 lie is very<< much, pleased with investigate the Leeaville school and i wards. The council concurred In the remain in the.city several week) ', . .

,, this section and will in all probability report on'the situation at that place.On recommendation of the committee and The Key Westers are a jolly j Jot arid;. Fancy'.Pineapple Slips Chef .

purchase a tract of\ and*upon which hew motion all schools!were ordered' the plans of Mr. Edwards were ac Miami, 'always glad to'extend a'hear', Why plant: common pines:when you.

+- lerect a' hne' arid 'cigar1 factory. tocommence the; 27th of I ';ptemb r'l) cepted.. fIt ty welcome to ''them whenever' they can rate secure'Having the best.at'made arrangements:'a reasonable ,

He, has, been inspecting' a number of. The salaries teachers are to be the is estimated that the building will come. this way. . with one of the largeskgroweps' at
properties in this vicinity In charge of saDie as last year. School terms. are to: cost $:!,lOO. ., : :.* .. 1 'I' Pearl City.Oahu,1Iawaiian.1sJands, I
'Hon. Fi: 53.' Morse, out\veteran real be months. The council until its Munroe Horsey, the slick, :) can supply all planters with the| best of '
, estate dealer. The: Rev F.. V. Black. seven adjourned regular artist,'hasconie backj Miami and will;,,} suckers at a reasonable price,in qqan-
-:' On motion' the Superintendent was meeting which occurred last night.At sling lather and shave Career's place!f ties of from 1,000 to 100,000.' [ '
." (man has also_!beeitexplaiuldgthemany ordered' to notify J;$.:i McFarland.at tile meeting'of the :council last where he solicits the patronage of all l : l." ,A. ,E. KING81Z rTt t
: ;advantages of this section to\)[r.,Bon- J..akeWorth that the Board will use his night 'a communication 'was received his. old customers. 13-it :II J30A13 ; '. 'Miami. ;,FU.l
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who have had .
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house at Mangona for the Riviera: from. the bounty Commissioners \in- '
: him In harge'are irresistable i wild he 4. L;: ,St'I'TJRGIlS
; school nett year.LN.Wade :. which they agreed to pay$:5 per month . ; .i
will no {doubt become permanen\res- "
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and 6, S-rtVilliams presented I towards operating and maintainingthe ink StneuMiiml l
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)dept of, this section.. '
\, : ; I bridge the Miami river.
,; f a petition ..ig.ed'y 21 patrOl'II, across MtanuSaddleryand4Harn' .Shop Newl '
; --- i- BW ;Mocha and .Java Cofft"eSI.1\ representing, 52 scholars,''! asking for a Acting Mayor Morse reported that :
;, 40:ctsl;,at T. X. Gau ier'li. .28j-tf \ Paaaengerl Depot
; can change of teachers in the West Palmeach 'J. E. Ingraham was 'ready to pay the ,
1ioe \wor\
'',)' < t \ Harness } a secipalty,
The.cnlture-'of the egg plant is, something colored school. Board decided $300 donated by the Fort Dallas Land All repairing Neatly \Done < .

i. '> which should receive: moreattentiori toy erain J. E.Joned.'The ., Company for cemetery purposes. . 30apr97-ly-hf Send,for Price List:'for Niw'.Work. >y

'. in this community. We visited 'following warrants'were.. issued : The mayor was requested write to ," I'

:; "' I: the place ot-Charles Courley at Buena 754. J.\V.Jackson,mlleagtf and ;per diem $1* DO Mr. Ingraham asking him to 'send a GEORGE B. J i
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,. few days and were shown 755. J. W. Comstock mileage and tactdents. check for the same to the '''City Treasurer BARKER >
a ago .
Vista .. .. . . c '
430 . and Jeweler
f' by him some very thriving plants, of : .. .. ; Watchmaker, 4
756. Z.T Merrill r incidental.h. l 75 (
were'Onlyla The tax for 1897 was flied as fol-
few
't-- this vegetable,which 757. Z.T.Merrill,salary for Juiyl . 41 G6 'rite .
weeks old arid ,had, ,. made a wo derfulgrowtb' 758. W.L.Wld l'rb1ne ieand'perdt'm' 4 oo lows: . I' 'PCSTOFTICK B'ptLDINO,\MIA111,FLA. !: .. .,. 2-
I 759. AVm.Fuzzard,rent No.2?,jCytleri; 13,75 ForGvurraVPuriiusv*. . ... lOjnllls. s : '" "
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.i _without any care or For . Repairing promptly and caretnlly attended! to, lAY work guaranteed. _. -r"
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t . whatever;. T .1.\were':1\ the!, result of 760. Frank lot....CartrlgUt. ., \,.labor. .. 'on'-j Mangonia. .. . 400 For City Water School Works Purposes.and Fire Protection: 4 3 Nov .tf.if A full line of spectacles and eye glasses alway on bud _
: L "some seeds which Mrs. Courley had Board fur Ktreet and Park Improvement .. :2 "
: icarefessly thrown, out a short time before adjourn. I: .For lng"l\nd. : ... .";'..'. l- :- .

\ :\! .Mr.Conriey is. an experienced .Z. T. MKBHITT, .. 'T.' ota.... I! . .. ..... ...:,m mills.: CO F? ELL S
Sup artntendent.I .
.( gardener:'and he feels confident that The cou, adjourned, until next
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cultivation of systematically , s- t night.White .
Thursday
thec egg ,
')" ti would pay handsomely.' He is Real Estate Saes. \ 'f ... . > t and Stable
Livery Bale
;; : confident,that the soil in this vicinity)' It is difficult i to keep track all of, and Shone Foot Race.:
; is| admirably adapted for the culture of land \ : ,
y the sates 1 being made.) Those of our citizens who were upas

:: that fege able.. ;Major Pardee of Gainesville' has purr; early as 5 o'clock last Monday morning 11th street near Avenue D,' :Miami. ,
e- chased 20 at \ witnessed very exciting i scene. > Two > .r,
J! r Th* METROPOLIS,force is putting the acres Biscayne a \'
r.;" finishing.touches'to the 1000 copies of ,A. W.,G.Torbert of, the\!'same' place) of our honorable countycommi14sio'uenm Horses.and Mules to; let and.for aa e. f Ii j

7... t the printed abstract'of title, opinion, has also purchased acres, at 'Bi&- de a desperate attempt to catch tfit Fine Bred, horses a syecialty. -

.! .' : :'exhibits, certificates; etc., of that 'part cayn. I\,, 1 passenger train. '' ' '

-::: s. d of the!City of,Miami lying.north of theMiami .-Jones &Russell of' .Gai 1 esVillt"L have They are ,both well built for sprint- C iarriage Teams frnggy! Teams Work Teams

:- : River. 'These abstracts embrace also selected a tract of twenty acres at ink and those who +taw the affair say it :

; I jGO closely-printed' full legalize the same point. .' '\ was m great e'ght. 1 30apr97-ly-fffl .1, :, -
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,pages 8),x14 Inches. It would take :' day:ofj solid reading to read through bought an 80 acre tract with! consider; but gradually) lost.his wind and '. ; \ : ady's fc Ds .

,, t the'abstract One'thousaud Pou.ndiof able',improvement* upon it| wo miles, as they neared the depot Shone wa :. Groceryj ;'i" ..

-. fine'paper were used in.printing the. job. south of Cocoa.nut Grovel;i of Charles forging rapidly ahead, D I .

It.is one of.the finest specimens of legal Seybold. i '; Thetrain pulled ut when the champion orn. .s 12th :Streets;

,. work ek-er1.! turned' out in the State and l Capt. Frank Sabate hai' bought 90 runner wa\abt' ut 100 yards, away, f .' i
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4 is the viargeat order for j job printing acres ohpi.eQdidbammock.a d at New but they took the mixed {rain ''which !

vs ever. taken':and printed id.South! 'Flori-: Rjy.er, . ; ],1 i f f.J"lI@ leaves ten minutes s after' the passenger: \ NOW.t.t.. .

4' .' d nirlti {..e time 1'0' '. ..nmnnalt ,o Minor of ,w'Ynrk! .has purchased and managed to;get up to Juno to'at-
a rfq g 'r' ----- -:-----' -- ( ----1--- ; > OPEN
f 80 days to set the type. .9 v..t&Oyv..j 85 acres of land adjoining the tend, the meeting of he Board rid,? n- : .

.- be-aee at tWpffice .''of' Hon. John>!',.B.I place*,of A".iE...Kingsley'ajt; CdcoanutGrove. ty Commissioners, R t"at' Good borne-4ble board by the

i'.. Reilly, A,'ElKfngsley' ) or.: 'at:the ,M*:- '. Hei t has already ''jengaged a Mr. White had inv ited 1M". Shone to 'e's' u'r'an: I : week. or, month. ..'

'lg: ;'TROPOUS. T --9mce.i :. forceTbf; men ,and: they ,aieilat] work spend the night wit him' but'the ,for k |';) Cuisine and service'flrst.olasa."Prices .
clearing up the land, Mr.:Miner will mer was detained at, ):is .r , f Moderat .
i suit > ..
Twenty-five cents for bathing t
until after. hence ::; k' .. "
house they
also and midnight, I"'N.
build a (good plant a ; ..
bah atrFrohawk's pavilion .only '
and ; n-A. 1 .Fi. A _
t : large crop ;vegetables' tmal i \ winter.He had only a\|\ fewhours to.: rest before .' .GEO.S'D.On.. v/f *
.15 cent' if you have" your. :.own uit. of Sapr97-tf.i Lfa \ ,,:. .I- ,' v t
1 .. f .. 23Julyrtf. will also plant'out a gro e" of citrus train, time. As eacli Depended upon '

\ E. A. -WaddellEsg l :: ;, our. olly'-aid| fruits: v . "; the other toj do the' w king up act they '.' .Fredk.'S.
f\ c:wideaw ke,real estate agent;has')Seen Besides the above'we' bat< heard of got left. /. \\ : ::Morse.t !

.. in several important land sales which are They'certainly dad e a good recordas '
hOWin'n of around
parties '
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r, .. _this vicinity,recently, '., One important not"ready.publication! ye'.j; ;, foot racers, 7

..S sale whit ',h has come to our ears as a ref F.,8i, 'Morse'' the veteran ''.dealer\ has .... I. REAL: ESTATES.

r cult.of :Mr.: WaddejlV.effqrts: is,,that averaged_ ,a safe a day Ifor. ""the':past I Iweeks 'two ThVNew Terminal.' ,. \ .

..Which i closedi: few' daysago! '\witbCapt. of farming lands fort a' railway Work is/being, p shis/ : fast |,as \ z 4 'r :

., f ps./ ebatel:; The "'iand c; 'purchased anl-'canal, companies\ \ \\ ". possible the,new terminal, but" it :iis G Miami:; DatI' .Co., Floricla.. 'f} .
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' hi CaptCSebate is the south.balf All ;a purchases are 'made by a big Undertaking! to! move: such! _

r- ,6t'the northeast'quarter of"section; '.,19;, actual settler who will begi' Ito improve immense quantities of i rock. The \ '- '
!50 '12 east > right'of .Js nearly all graded and AGENT FOR LANDS OF'I II
,1 ; ., townshTp southrange P containing their properties at one i if way _
80,acres. We..are not acquainted 'It certainly'looks \!\a wit soon be' jready. for' the iron.| ye I ' I > '
as though tremendous \ d9a.sto.R ; '
I ,Florida East i1 .c.o .
My with the property personally, but land bopm. was beginning; in understated that it, was the intention ; \ y ., ,

understand that it is a.fine bodjr ,of the Baycountry.; V3 1; 'at first to have, the long bulkhead 'ex:' \ Florida Coast ;Line ':Canal and Trans., Co.,.
hammockl'ian<*.:'From an" inspection: \ sP" I tend from the wharf southward. It 11
; ''Remember.this is th dullesfc season1in 1.1J"l\\ ,Boston and Florida Atlantic i l Coast'' Land Co$
s . of the government land maps we Mid \ was:feared,:bo'weverr; that..this mighthave .,
s the The ;i i influx 6fwivers ..
yea! present ; undesirable '
'that" It i| located just north ofithesouth an effect on the fine
'; is. the advance guard J '
: .. . branch'of New.Riverr: and(about only bay: front lots between Sixth and \
eirJ1\erer1 of them hav friends :
.. .-th-:ee.mil from the depot at-Ftl Lau \ one ado Twelfth streets* It is now the intent \'FfJR1\JITURE
'derdale., _!lVpunderstand from Mr; who awaiting for- a report this tion to extend the terminal and bulkhead -
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section/if.it 'is' favorable they will ,
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northward '
Waddell t ache has_ ver imo 1mportantsaiespending. from, Sixth streetsO 1.
follow iu few weeks. 't -I
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a; x HiI'+ Prosperity: s certainiy ret'utn.tDg,,at view out' :and !! I
1 Icenfs | ,! over. across the bay from Cheap Cheap, CheapI:;
: Eggs 20 I guaranteed 'e&b"at least for this.\_neck f."the. woods! At 'all residences which, may be,erected '. "

I ,_ I T.'N.: Gautier's ... ., .... '23julytfCoun . this.season last' year l, ft'Was' almost' f .ira- south of Sixth street. It, is reported!'' :' ; -: 7! ', *V .
f .r. posslb etc make a Sale uuvsiue ui, city that\''the bulkhead "will 'l'extend from' '
t > ; Furniture '
i &\ :: prpperiyNow' they s I sell ;,some ion eaypaymentsCome and ,
\ Sc io0l_-,Board ,, avert, Sixth.Street no'rtb. almost as. far'as \ ;
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Jy .'.. ", v 'V,isT. 'P f L11'IWCH.:)'Ang. 4'*,*1897. week.t'; ,. I I'r' se : .far as Third' /streets, '- _> I' I ,see' me in \|ihe new:; stbre 'on: -., ; . 1" '. /*.!

ti: :. I Regular' eetingof. tbeJoard, held aleluthoted: -. I-1" i'... j. :f .J ? : ; J
We to sell"" a .ii ac 12th Street: .
. ,' today at the''school house at'this .
Excursion
a. ,place. lot 'on the Bay front. at ,Ewa ton FroimKeY West. | 1.
Present i J. r41ackson': J.'W. Com4 Heights.(southern portion of Cocoanut I i .large party," of prominent. and, ; A; '. + T
': tockW.'L.: and Z. T.< Grove), Imm R. EDWIN: NEL'SONsT
: ' Widmeyer' Merx iatelT 8Outh'of."Rt: | ,plei nt people from Key. 'West caineupon
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11tt., J/ . McCormick's place, for$150. an |acre. tfestearoer. Biscayne' last'Friday .I '
Speak quick if, .want it. No'other, :
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3 . Minutes"of, la.it1', ;meetings i read and Bay front can be had in that neighborhood night. MiHiy of.them went through; l' l'r: j"

PproVed. *= for less than $225 per acre.3-5-tf. Jacksonville he:following registeredat' .' ; :
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;, ft ..C pt'E.N4D;. : 'appeared, before : :-10rk.1tbe' .the Conon % onset. .Miss. Nellie, .. .. rWateL :
she Board 'offering'Onebalf., acre"land Forty acres.:on the south ; :, Curry 'GeoVLi. BaS&ck. Miss: Corinne" Distilled b
St.Xucie :river S Orders! PromptlyFilled :
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It'IIypbluxo,upon.which the"unt: oaschoohbouse being n X of lot of 'Joshua'Cdrry
Sec 17.T.88 8.,'R. 41 E." Good pine CurryMiss.May: jWjson?:

Boarddei could\ be moved, provided' apple land at $3y not $80 an acre.. (Apply.toBoBBnrs&GiuHAK ]# Miss. Sybil:Curry>Mlss"Xellie :Miami' Ice. ;,Co.,./ :; N.'GIad I __win'Mang'r. ..113I1of.u.ht <
,fhOI.-, ,:; ded'to'move: : .the eamev' .tt Williams J. Johnson llMid' wife .
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