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 13, 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: VID00570
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
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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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\. .r:;.t.y" We art always' to receive reports Canned IfeatsWdTegetables fresh, Best \*Mochaafld Java Coffees, 1-lb. Eggs' 20 cents, g aranteed fresh, at Jack": at: the Hotel'Miami: i list night ;

,,. of any society, events, cJturch or,lodge ], at T. X:GaJQtierV. cans, 40..cts.; atZ.X.,Gautier's. 23j-tf T. N. Gautier's., T '23julytfE. and found him a vel"JpleasaD conver 4

meetings banquets,, \annwenanet\efc. Such events? celebratfpns are ire,"!. Charles* 'I urey/]figs, Victoria Carey i Prof. W .E.'Bdggs, ;pf Athens, Ga., J;.White :the'efficient assistant in Sati na1illt. .w i hope to have the pleas'

\ 'quenlty of a private: nature and the attendance and Miss'nie'' "Kerr lof-:Lemon City, came, up ,from 'Cocoanut Of ore )last :A. E.,Kings IJ8 reil estate office exhibited ; are'of a more. intimate.,acquaintance
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". is, limited to members only, or, spent: I lastjSundayJn\ Ihec J itj.' They Sunday and,I left;:for home' on Monday. a .fine crayon drawing <,to tie at some future,time. ,

:I 'invitedjgueet& \Hnce\ the METROPOLISrepresentative : ,were registered, at the Uote1, Mami.F t. He was, accompanied las' far ,as this last night. It is a Wtrait of his little j. -j
is not,always.:able to-re- '
j port: such occurrences. If the secretary deoj-ge W. Allen! ;:Esq.ST ,. W.*R. 'Ke'rrand point by'Jm son;A.; AJBoggs,. who has girl, Mildred The picture! was;the ,i New:M ail Bo From Ifiimf.:,

,f 'of such'-meetings or any other person 'G. JJ! Boer'ill1prominent i. hey located permanently. 'at' .. Cocoanut ,work of,Miss'KannieilemttjOf' Buena' ft .JS.'B. Parrott, the ticepresidentof :"
'tDiUjurn hmvithd'report: it will be Grove. J Vista and it i undoubted '
J bassed certainly gives the Florida East Coast Railway,'bu *e
+. appreciated not'only by us but will be testers, through, Miami on j If' -
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4 read Kith .interest by our local, sub- Wednesday night;i( route \fir their' For tfeweek fndSrig:last Saturday evidence that,she possesses considerable jus,z.returned from Nevi Yolk:'to'Jack,

j; \ l;scr'ibersa 'r,., J' homes, r *v: -"' -k: :*; .. '\ August'1st," says. TitusVile, Start talent as an artist.i \1) tVf so tiUe'.and.St. Augustine, OfT ues-
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R1.,L.1 divjaionrpassengcr" : erit '-:.there, were s from I this place 'J. L. Halland, .of Hallandale! spent. day he gave out the Information.. .- -
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-il' jiwi! MINCE MEAT. of the Plant System; mMS'the. METKOP- 28 barrelsfof, thf This was a few Wednesday ink ths city :in ,company the government hadgiven5 tbe'Orld&. .
f :Cast Coast Railway semi-weekry mail\ 'i.
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.f)LIS a pleasant calLffrediiesday: even: -, > ; shipped peter Bagnason, ,
: l the week f this' N. They that .contract between ;:Miami anq Key '
ng. Mr Todd was im bt city in thein'tere previous quantityMr. Brooklyn, Y. report a '
1 :: 1 floor Miscellaneous( Miami Matters ts of his ompanl; : Geq.'Scobie $shipped 56 barrels in number of new\ settlers, !will; arrive to West;, to.be increased: in the winter, 'f

:' M ,I.O \ day> |t. ' locate wit -the [Halland) colony.'in October season to three' trips a week.,'This will' .

1"c l1I1OdegUJ ,Mentionei Arthur F. Lang, of::Cbcoanut,Grove and November. Mrl. Halland is give Key, WestJfour: mails,a'week In F

.,. ': returned from'a*busings,;trip, toe : A,inv s er1 pus affair jtvbicb:looked like very much pleased with his new home. the summertime, whereas;heretofore,

'f"b ''I f a Joseph :i.A':. McDonald will return northern part of thetas last ;Satiirday : a.very quiet wedding- occurred' in the Mr. Ragnason says, the climate .is all t,has only had two,;:and aTdaily (mail sin
night and went 'doViT to his homeat : Hotel l\mi.J last ( The partiesevidently the winter season as }
,early. , xtKinontb.Therewill . nut : rightbut he fa rather sensitive to mosquitoes the..Plant System
'-11- Cocoanut Qrove on Subday. did any, publicity makes tbe.' .
: would ame. pumber of{trips
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.- .be services at. tbe Catholic the and like it better if they
-4 \< : given to event ngJ" we are mum. from Tampat> t 'XeJ West., Mr Parma; .
t /- Church next Sunday at..9 a.!in.; Ice cream and cake beserved B'ut : were less abundant. :|
; , : / [ our night te was on hand, \ J rott.furthers says that the new'steam- '1
a *',* :!Irs. John Sewell'has been ill jor the on,Saturday night at the\M. E. churchin lust the same, 'v PortolRico slips and suckj'for sale Sbip for the.Miami-Nassau '
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past few'days\ but is now improving. I' connection with' the egula1r.f;song I from imported stock. Apply to H.
: se1.vic: e. Come"and,aj\iist'the )tidies! in nything''partam g\to the drug Price Williams! Miami i. Riveri :aug6tf'iiiie con tract;to be completed by January ,
4 1 line can be ;found 'aw Townley Broa% *
the*K y-W 8tb with forfelttof$50dper _
Johnsonf t--rape-fiend, a
the building, of tb.e'wexv'enu'> i : -' t : \l-2-. nextp, *,
has been convicted r that'Glen-O. Strohm ofWest for tbatTdelivery isjde--
,and sentenced .to day every, dat .
'rbehungc., ; '" -. If you want to hire :a good team and :Night 'an'ci day a ''gang of\. expert Palm Beach;:who' has, been away* layeet.beyond that,date. ",The Florida' ."<

be treated fairly, wh,>thej you are a workmen keep hammering away at on: a month's_ vacation ''b bad'jparried: Eat Coast nnihtilnng '
His Honor John B.Beilly and family stranger or resident of Miami, go to Railway has-been -
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Miami's, water workstandhipe was a Take. Some practical Joker"
great, the steamboat service between '
:returned from tHe north, last Wednesday Adam Corell'a, livery stable aI -tr I >
\ night ,f I : or'water tower. Its"coiistructionaisabout wired Mr.Stow'eri,; proprietor., of :the Miami and Key West at a loss after,jthe
W.- H. Jenkins fell upon. the' new half Palms Hotel West Palm Beach in Mr.Strohw's '
'" completed.1 1 ,Fdlly anther : tourist season! closed, but with the d. ; .
W. W. Pickford, of ,Cocoanut' Grove,' sidewalk on 12th 'street/lad Saturdayand month'will be' required to finish the name'to fix up the best room 1 11:'dition of the!mail contract.wlll' (proh a:

\ spent last,iTuesday jn'the' city ,on, important ,. \broke his' right arm. The'fall was, job. It i if a whale.: .j I in ,the house !as'a bjridal; 'chamWjr as he I bit be ableri make expenses or'a little

., business.H. .' .... .. occasioned by stubbing his foot upon L.. Gonzalez, of North Miami ,made was, .en mute home' w'itli 'his bride." :I,th eerTitu vIlle(Florida) StartAc6th. g.

\ J.Anthony,is ba'ck, again at ,hisS a,loose rock, on the, unfinished, \ walk.. the, I' The telegramwa a forgery; *, glen "
METROPOLIS a present'pesday'of '"
:, post in'thebank. of Bay Biscayne, aftera now carries a revolver on iris -f' : r ;., .
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Hudson Burr, Jr/, and wife,"'and R. a small branch of an alligator' pear ,person: _, "
s> month's'tacation/ rV'.t and there is'a wild and anarchistic,expression Miami's fo&d897.: '
y Burr and, Miss .Burr, of Lemon"City, tree, about twelve inches long, which f' Temperature

e Capt.sped{' Vaill left here last Saturday were !\.yery pleasant,party }who visited had 'upon it ,five, fare bottle-necked, in.... his eye..i v f'' :By the=report of the Weather'BureiaDepartment ,

c \ ,to' several :months- in* Xew' our ::city last Tuesday do.n little pears. weighing; together:'10> pounds. On and after the \,23d. of 1'tismoaththe I f from Jupiter ''

York. City;and vicinity shopping and/ dined: at ihe Hotel They are the.finest- fruit< of' their kind., U. S.,mail! will be 'carried '4i iav'the' the different: \ months I of, 1897, so faros f

;( J. P. Paulsen and Miss 'Nelson:,were Miami. ,j' friend Miami andKeyWest steamfrBlscanesemitveeklyandafter they have'lIed.lta, pta.rs ,that the
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\ o.tbe. : city' ;from Modelo*yester3ay ::Bertie'WiJson fell from.the? roof of Jaliufry1st: tri mean, maximum; ,and minimum teniperaturesfor -' ;
t writes'us., ; from Asbury Park N. Y.
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and returned,home, thIs morning.. '" the' house' t f his parents at NorthMiamiL that Mr. G. is very ill |n that city. He weekly. This will glveKey'West four the different montbshave"
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,C.M. Millburn :and Oscar Tucker are las f.,; Tuesday' and retie I pretty. wishes mails a week ih the summer and,a daily been ai follows, :\ I' ; f 'fMean ;
returned north Via Tampa He .Maxi,. Mint- '
1 ,social dance badly \ mail in the'winter season: It will . { : 2
g ing'opla to be givenon buy not dangerously injured.He lie had remained ,on the East Coast of ust
the veranda of} the ;Royal; Palm to- is being attended. to byW.J G. }Fiorina he' : building help to, mike the steamer' between January, + ; 811ir"m:: 63\|
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.. night. Jt* .1' Baskin./ ': . sip his b alth. He'will surely return Miami and Key West earn, a profit. March, : &6i'- 49 73[

Best 'milk shakes. iq town only G o./'/Nelson,,colored l :cut gis handveryadly neat winter, \if he lives+\ : which,;we understand, has been conspicuous April, f i 18i1*, _/. 69. > -72 ,
l' b cents at G eerI\' \ _, ; 2t ', I by,its absence up to,this,time, May I .81. 61'.i'a; 75
TbeladiesW i. 'avail :with a sharp, knife last ' Forhealth.drink Welch's Grape We congratulate the F. E.CyR. W.Co.' ,., i L ,93 : ,,71% 81
the M.E. church Wednesday, and suffered a severe'hem- Juice at 'Townlev, Bros. Soda Foun secured the contract 'which July, f-- 91'. 69 81Meam.tetnperatureforsevenmonths
on having '
.,..er"e'lcecr &ri and a'at t A?church orr agg. pro J. G. Baskin, called tain. 'Agl3-27 r: !
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was ;
\ [1.# on Saturday 1 !"Rbt"A.*: are, cordially to,jstop'the; ,bleeding! .and searup the 'Charles 11. Garthside, cashier .of' the it was redacted it could ,not procure' J31 .- .' t, '::q ."-' s
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'i.y ted. | i .. w r \ Give \ yourself a bath;at FrQb wk's 1. i .J
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Mrs. Julia' Tuttle is i Bank ,of Bay Uiscayne i ., who is absent bathing* pavilion,'8th street: and' Bay Reliable Seeds. ' J
'.- D. fitting up her Sauer Kraut 3-pound cansfor ::2!> on'a:month's! ,vacation. writes that:-be BOUlev rd. '23jUly-tf, I am handling,':A, ,W. ,Livingston JSons'

beautiful' Fort Dallas'prope-rtl with,a'system cents, at, T. N..Gantier's.: 23july-tf, is having,a glorious!<< .time., He,'always t,.; ,.' new crop seeds and keep them in. J .

of 'water pipes, :'for_ irrigation : Mrs Amason .writes' fb1D1; does-at home or .abroad: acid he. deserves The Miami ,correspondent' of; the bulk, Sold at catalogue.prices. ,Send/ ;
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-, purposes. Augustine,: that her.husband 'who is inthe tt. He I.s'oneolf f the most popular Florida, j'Citzsen says in, ",,;Wednesday'sissue deners. "r\, JAMES,A. Puntta3 / r'
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: . We;regret toielnrn that ifick,_,Town- F, ;E. C. B. ,w. ',08pital.\..\ that jftuiig: men at Miami with. both"",sexes, : of hat" Journal Flagler .if1* Postmaster Cocoanut Grove..
ley. is still confined to his room, but be ) \( particularly;,\Vttbr the:ladies. I.' cottages are complete jwlth the exception -

,hopes to be'out ,'again, and as well as city, is rapidly.improfiog' from the v \lad -<' of'I few finishing touches.. Several ,*. Dentists Card. / <
eeverescald_ he recilved. in the),wreckof M Graham : 10-foot 'f >
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\ l ever: in a few day"i.. .* of the, cottages:are already occu Dr Charles Wetzel of Ashland Ken :,
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July 27th. 1 shark from lua .
j jvi ; last night front porch.It Cocoanuv
will ckjwillreturn' to Grove
.Mrs..Vernon'H.. *+ pied. Tpiedabo e rest,of them be, occu-- ;
Harris nc'tibucire, ""-Sheriff took Mrs..: Graham and several. male and o"p ,aan office on or about.November .
Turner of ,
Volusiarounty
: < .1' t the 15thjor; << perhaps a little
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of Micco, Indian; River, ; ;,;are to the' in. Jack 1st1. ;Be comes highly recommend-
neighbors monster
pull
\ came ,down't to''get two colored law : later,;John B. Beilly and .family willocclip :
paying-a visit to her'relatirei,H.Price ''a ed by prominent residents of the, ,,: ,
:Williams and family.. Y breakers last', Tu sday.nigbt.. rUe' secured had<<: taken. a turn around, corner,post }jfch.arge,cottage"on the cornerojltje Grove who have, known. him for many i <"

them'with ,the assistance of CityMarshal : and for a few minutes .it\-.Iooked\ as if tife'new ,home of L. C.; OHiver.MXv yean., ,, S > AglStf. .,
CMatthamsof .
,, .G. ,of:West Palm'Beae1i would the \ -- ,. f r : .r
,Y. F. Gray and.Returned with Mr. ;\Shark pull cottage) ,5> '. ejjl] ,will not. go to-Nassau, duridgTb :- "
1 was in the city last night and attended its blocks and tow it,out to 60,000 choice I smooth pineapple ;-,
: his prize:on Wednesday. ".. {; sea., to ning winter, nut will remain : cayenne -\
"council meeting. ';He left: on-the.train :;;11; I > : :suckers, ,{12 inches, up, all homegrown i f
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jfor,home.this morning., *. ', W.:.E.o\Boggi.D.\ D.., LL.D., preachedto We ,have received au'annual'past at ttfanni iJ I which', will 'be )bis'general at'$12JJqper 100, or '$125 per 't -.
oC t y (' a largecongregation'1 in the ME. from',the Indian River and Bay Biscayne ;: 1ielyd4iart rs.".,."J. A., ,McDonald 1OOO'wb.en ordered in 1,000 or more lots. '
.. t Light 2-horse, wagon oil cloth top, Inland Navigatio'Com'panp to Nassau timetn Cash:with orders. ,Freight prepaid.
o some September -
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1. 'church' last: Sunday nigbtJ i : ,
F,;. or sale. Inquire of GOOPWIX.23july.tf | The I
u, ; ;' ?.:. t '- -',YW. '- Professor'wih'find;a; heartyVelcom;! signed by Geo. Ft['Miles,, president: when :he large hotel will be begun guarantee Address every' plant Gio.perfect.WEIGHT, \
A < tik The is good on any ,of the'steamers I ; The lumber for the big concern '
M. Featherly and family are now awaitinghim'cabenever' be. care;, find pass ag6sp24 Orlando,,. Fla. x
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'" of\the company between the points will! be shippedTfrom Jacksonville,: but
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:omfortably domiciled in' the' pre'tiT time to visit.this section again.H .. 1 ; ; .
ewFliglercottage' "the 4 reached by the line p We desire,to ac, .- the majority of"the supplies. wilt; be For Summer:Planting. ,
: at corner of a4 '
: :, Price, wnu"ams. who hasp nice 3 Ft
14th '. knowledge;thanks for the same.Twentyfive .. I sent over; from this point. 'Lemons Large and:thrifty,;can't
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place up ;the Miami Ri erJtas'. among ,' I -J-I" Jt 'i. Han's:Late be,beat. At 'a' bargain,.
'Miss Ada Merritt of Buena,:Vista i other, :things 80 colonies_ >of.bees'and,hasa cents'-[
t .Who will be principal of' tb'e'Uiamij'p'ublic' crop of over two tons of honey J? He,; and bath at Frohawk's pav'IiOoonly' bright! and talented. young 8entle- F. W. HATCH Oak .

,school fot, 'the'!( coming: ,term, sold"|50,worth-to',our.,popular'grocer,' {15 cents 1i\ if you' ; have*- your own 23july-tf suit.'\ ." man, was in the ,city yesterdaandtook ; Hill, Volusia County, Fla. 23j-tf-lp' s

i( spent last Tuesday' ,in*the city. V J.L.Lbmmus:in one'lot recentlyitr j '. \ a'trip to ewitnHoD.JF."S' ,: : ':
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STL. Patterso4assis'tant] i : .; We,havJ;not, hadt'o; get around Morse.. :He left O1.the! : train_ for: home Fancy Pineapple Slips Cheap.fVb1 .' .A

in Robbins \ California Apricots 3-pounc! and<<;. see}.-our,'friend; lately and (solicit this morning. He,is valued assistantin :' : plant common pines wbenyoacan w

41 Graham's law"office! who f&gpendmga Fan,20 cents'atT., )\:Gautierr's, ( ,23j-tf their patronage: BUtwewishTthem'toremember the 'office,;of J., E.. .Ingrabam. tice- ":secure the best't;, at_ S4 reasonable t
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vacation in,Leon County, expects to rate? Having made arrangements ;
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return the latter'part of next week.lAbout '" Jas.:T.Sanders, Esq.,! t0t:1i: : tnsvillejast we shall: 'be,: very, glad tohave'their president_ :f Fort_Dallas Land Co. and wjth:one of the largest growere'at i '

twen'i \ Saturday: to'atteodtbe; ] ,re-: :;subscriptions_ adtertfsementsand land commissioner of the Florida'EastCoast f Pearl City, Oahu, Hawaiian Islands I

.:e ": I" ) air, r were. in,cultivation yard County, ; Courtwbei'ee'defendeda : job work. Is it..!not.time for Railway i 'Co.,'and is a 'oD"oftbe!\ can slipply all planters) with the best of =-. ;

:. 'hf tomaicjesoib tljePeters'_ prairie, crowd of negroes whowere1irrested yon.f 'thhtk'about': getting; some 'new Rev.: J. N. D cGonigje'pastor<< of:the suckers a'j a reasonable price lit quanj "
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it '( w st: of, Lemons city, 'last winter.Tyear \ ties of',frSra 1,000 to 100000. *
{ : nearEden recently! ,charged:yitb gam stationery.printed for ,the com4ngaea.son I Memorial Presbyterian Church. tWe j \\ A, "E..
:" \, there will be ver bling. He returned WTBdnesdajr nigfit.jjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjjj: t x. had the pleasure of. with j.30x18* MlatnirFltt
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I \I ...FIREB9XES.. tion was very simple: CapUJferutbnof f. LotTf Ewanton Ik.k.
: Heights, three acres, :
The M_h..Um That gammon Help the Beliucia, 'was unWile to smoke his Bay .front, one. mile south of-Peacock F. & .
I In C.ee of Fire. evening pipe on account of the millions Inn at Cocoanut Grove., $300. i Very C.\\ P..R.R.

The professions.IK An article in St. Nioholas, in speak- of South Ainericitn mosquitoes that cheap. Over 400 feet fronton county | ,

ingjof! New York fire-alarm boxes,says: made life, on dec after sundown uniKarable. road and small front on file Bay. Beau '

This' box fornts part of Ia; lamp post, ''He happened' to remember tiful building"tite just south of', the Shortest'Liu' ;Between. Florida andtll|} I | : ;

: M the poet being so constructed that the that mosquitoes cannot.stand'the pulsations place of Hon. J. W. Kwan. Apply td Northern',Points t / | .

J jP' / 'box is inserted in the middle. The box f.u the air caused by sound july2-tf_ ROBBINS & GRAHAM. ./0:
; Everett. \'Savannah, { Augusta Ga., Co
is painted. a bright red and the lampat \\nv('&. So on every dogwatch;,he de Lake ,Worth Front For Sale. ambit, Washington Baltimore, 1

it. R BBINS. WALTER 8.GRAHAM njight shows a red light,'thus making tailed a sailor to blow horn back of his Twenty-eight I acres, situate two miles Philadelphia. New York .1 /

It fly discernible either by day( or chair Ibn. the quarter deck;: and, thereafter wrath of West Palm Beach,.in Section 3 Boston, and the V -

'ni r tl) The wires from the, box are con- ;/smoked his pipe' undisturbed. of Township 44, Sooth of Range 43.East. East; | 1 1I

ROBBINS .:&. GRAHAM CO.,. ray down through the center of jthe Price sro per acre. Everett, .Mason Atlanta. Chattanooga*_ \ ':"

... pAttorneysatLaw. 0914 i to conduits buried in the street \i 2-8-lt ROBBISS i'.GBAHAIL I I Najhrllle.Everett,.Birmingham.LouIIVI tleCtnciaaatt and Chicago. j
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hence on to fire headquarters. \ __ .Little Rock, Kansaa 8t
/A revolving tool ling has been invent : City, Louis. ,, Chk.t. ,
: 'w rte i ii 10. Sioux City. j: '
letters on a red pane of glass is to certify that' I have with I v 1.,.
ed.
MIAMI, DADE COUNTY, ,FLORIDA. in tie lamp over the box,, give direction When the you \\ant\any tool, you re"olve drawn my interest in the firm of John Hirer Junction, Pensacola. Mobile New Pacic prleans.TezuM.xirnCWfotalaandthe -
bag until the required.compartment Hewell & Co. i j
how to send an alarm. The samerection ; S. ROSKNMKVKR.. t
'Will practice in all Courts, State and Federal di in raised letters are found, comes in sight. 23 uly13aug. EFFECTivE$: MAY ((0. 1897.J : '
Special facilities for examining: and perfecting A'collapsible rack\'f or Bicycles has the New YORK ExWiw! No. 38,/ n- r h
Laud on toe face of the box. If:we turn the illet* r ,
Titles. We have the cnly complete ( : >L 10., witb Through Pullmaa Sleep* :
Notice
abstract books covering South Dade county large brass handle on the onside --as upright portion fixed in, a grooveat for Publication. ere for r4avaDlla"!.Columbia. Washington Bali >. I
and receive daily reports from the Clerk calr far a* it will loud gong will the base so as to slide to one end and \LAXD OPTICS: AT GAINEMTULI: FtA t tlmore. Philadelphia.NewYork and all Eastern
the Circuit Court at Juno showing all land go a ring fold flat \ | July IS, IS"'. f points Connects for Fernandina. Return,
transfers Alii the certified Abstracts Title inSid. This Is not the alarm, but pimply when not in!use. Not !e Is hereby given that, the! ,Train No.37 reaches Jacksonville ';30 p. m. I '
j for South Dade county are made at our Miami Parisian followingname NEW YOKK FAST MAIL No. 86, Leave Jaak-l)
:, jewelers
office. 1-tf-hi a warning bell to notify the policeman are manufacturing ]settler has filed notice or his Intention lIOu1'\1Ie7:00\ f.mi!. dally for same point north]
on the beat that the I box is be- a miniature watch, not larger: than an to mlle anal proof In support 01 b18.C'lalm Iud Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New

WU.LA I ing opened- and to prevent 1he sending> ordinary-sized cuff button, which is be- that laid proof will be made before W. H Featherl1U' : \\York.a. m. Return No./( 3S.dvea Jacksonville'9,10; ) '4 i
Co1T'OORDON V
'
: R BROOME !
in of malicious or false alarms,.of fire, ingusedquiteextensively by the French S. Commissioner mt Miami. Flo- CINCINNATI AKir JACKSONVILLE, No. 36, Lairs

,* .SCOTT\ & BROOtfE, an, of ease that is punishable/in New cyclist ,, August Lemon 30. 1897, viij#. Edmund Sj, Ja'kllonvllle7tJt Atlanta,C'hatlanooua p.. m.Connect via Everett for Louisville, Macon,

AttoY111CyS t-Z+aW fork state by a fine of$100 and one year's A new design in bicycle tires, wy-ent- of City, Florida homestead Nashville,st.Loutis. Chicago sad all Northern '

NOTARY PUBLIO IN OFFICE imp nmen Turning this handle as ed by,a :woman hasa!\ large number of I southwest and quarter! of the north and acksonvUleS wrrtenWpolits.:10a.m.' Returning train arrives t
24 south half of
In all State and Federal Court*. far, as it will go opens the, uter door solid rubber balls placed close together northeast t ASHF.VII.LE ROUTE,'Through Poll maa Sleep* 1.
Collections promptly attended to. and quarto section:J3, township 52 south; range 41 lng Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah .
ve find inside another door, with around the rim of the wheel, no covering east, I '1
OFFICE: OVER.. BANK. or BAT BISTATJ.K I' -' Columbia.Asbeville. Hot Spring' Knoxville '
slot the left hand side being-used.
at 'and
a / at the
11-june-9'7-t1 I ,, He i ames the following witnesses to prove throuch the celebrated Mountain Country o f

top. o this sloi a hook projecting.: Bypulfia combination} of a bicycle stand and his coi Inuoui residence. upon and cultivation Arrives North Carolina.Cincinnati Leaves 7:40 Jacksonville a. m.. Returning 7-00 p.m.ar-..-'.

: JAS. T.8AKDEBS H.F. ATKINSON down this hook'on e and releasing mud-guard the rear wheel was recently of said land viz.Ed : ,rives Jacksonville! v:10 a.m.
it we set at work certain.clockwork patented, the wire brace S in nd F. Knowles,of LemonCity, Fla. Only line through the beautiful hill country
|
beings let,
Middle
Florida
Peusacola.
'I and
x SANDERS & ATKINSON mechanism inside, and this sends easily detached from the fabric and \EdmGarrj nd F. Moffat,'of Lemon City, Fla. Bay leave Jacksonville*:15..m. by No.Escambi adailr
(
n the alarm. turned down,to the 'ound. Niles,of Lemon City Fla. for Lake City Live Oak Madison, Montlcella,
;. Wheh the first officer arriving g J mes Hnbel,of Lemon City Fla. Tallahassee, love Junction, Pensacola, Mo a g'
and (Coimselots at Law at
a latest
Attorneys\ One of the devices for a bicycle 23july bile, New Orleans! and the south west.Mexico
fire;:discovers that,it is not of enough is a "leader," to be front 2aug J M:- BABCO. Register. California and th Paclfte Coast. Carries Sleep
attached the
to
Office In Rooms 1 and 2, importance to his en. Return No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville'lM'
warrant
Brown's Brick Building, sending for forks and bottom bar,, of the frame toguide \ a. m *
> Notice Attachment.
] of
214-tfbs i i MIAMI, FLA.. reinforcements he opens 'this inner i the front wheel #\ Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a. m, for SUrka,
door sth a key'and sends in"a second, straight when In the ntr Court of the State of Florida, In Hawthorne.Silver Spring. Ocala, Gainesvlll,
the rider '
is
compelled to walk and lead ,i and for Dade County.J. Cedar Key Wildwood Lees burg. Tastes
third, ourth, fifth or sixth alarm, as' his wheel. EJ A popka,Orlando. Lacoochce.:Dade City,Plant.
Robert, R*. Taylor. the'eas may be or,a call for any special \ UTMMU9, 1OKO. City Tampa. .Arrive Jacksonville 4 U p. m.
a An army officer claims to have invented B. bavins' rlAttacfamentH "\ ) NasbYllle Route-Through Pullmas
rains that he'may need. The an< ; Sleeptn
At4orntat-Ira:: f. a brake that is almost miraculous in LTlU MK. j I
.. ': iuapec rs, of boxes can-also,carry on Everett, Macon Atlanta Chattanooga. .
I its workings. It is To Geo B.i Blevins I and H L. : ,
r MIAMI, F l i.Omce'on .. a coax hon in the Morse alphabetwith cheap, can be attached Hayuie' defendants Leave Jacksonville 7cop. moo arrive Kash-t
i to-any wheel and detached: at In 460v entitled suit,and all other persons I .1'UleOO nextp: mi ,
; the '' Nashville
'. operator at headquarters on Leave 90 a. m.; arrive Jacksoa-:
Interested i
14th street, next this will, and is so powerful that a bicyclemay : I 1 1'lIIellIO next a. m.ta
key and sounder.
Wataon'a Hard ware'store., i be slopped'within I the distance of You artl nerebynotlfled that a writ of attachment :15 a. mLea Jacksonville for Brunswick F .. _.
.
1.8-ti i't three times its has Wen is.' nod against you and your property by the Cumberland Route Steamer and
length
/t even 'on the
Cumberland
I SILVER STREET. I to satisfy the of J. EL Lummus, Sound
\demand '
.
\ I steepest hill. 4:00 p. m -Local for Everett. Close connec ?
A. R. Simmons amounting]1 to sixty-\ o dollars.and {twenty-two ties lot Brunswick. Shortest and quiekelC'a
A.a.ttorz n Orient Atmosphere Rabble. Some young men in France now carry cents. Now, shall I before route.
|
unlejss you appear the
i >,eJr at-- La rop ... Art Gn Mingled. light canes when awheel.. The idea is Court In raid suit and plead demur, : to the 5:00 p. m.-Local' jfor Tallahassee rod IDter(1 J:;;

.; The curious Chandni Chowk, or "Sil to :enable the riders to bring their detUrationl I lilted .therein at the Clerk's office in mediate 9:40 p.points.m.-For Arrive Jacksonville and Intermediate 4 15 p. m. ;

COCOANUt GROVE,. FLA.. ver street' ," of Delhi one of the most wheels to a standstill by leaning lit Juno, said County and utej/,on the Rule pay InOctober points. Pullman I jam\' Arrive Jackson* ; '

picturesque thoroughfares)in the east, tie to one side and supporting themselves jL D. 1897,being, the 4th i day of said vllle Through 7:35 a. m. \ Cincinnati via-Asbe- 'tine

1 Office at Residence 17-hiJeo. derives: its name from the |filigree '' with the cane, while they engage month,a default will be entered against you In 'ville.> leave Jacksonville: at 'l.oop.m..arrives'

;' wrought with unrivaled skill arid taste in a chat with some acquaintance en- due course ani|'applications-ill be made to th e Asheville For :45 Atlanta m..urivwCfnclonat111:40a.m.: '
In the Mogul' capital, All/he Year countered court for final Judgment,and your property will Macon, ,two trains dally. Leave. 1-
( w. Allen',' says on the road. i Jacksonville f:15a.! m. aDd 7:00 p.m. j
\ Round., Sunlight and &hado'ntend; A be sold to pal the debt. \ i pummer rates to excursion points, In effect
: ,water cycle, rrcently'tinrented, has Dated thilst of 1890. \' Jane lit.Pullman. .
\ day July, ;
ttom87 a.t :Law. for mastery among irregula/1118ases of I Sleepers oh all \
1 :' a paddle wheel behind after the'manner A. F\QUUIBY. night trains. ..j
EXT: WEST FLaL ., I tumbledown houses, where \\ca.I'VeI' of the old stern-wheelers' formerly [SEAL.] \II Clerkof County!Court. )Florida PfSend for Best Indexed' Township Map of y.
6. _
wooden balconies approached by external A. MCDONNELL, j'' ,
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so common on our The SANDERS A ATKINSON : \ \
inlandlrirent.\ General Passenger
Will tn all the Court State and1Wt stairs with gent ,
practice glow ich embroideries .
. / Plaintiff.
is
craft- the production: of aiMichigan inventor Attorneys I far July2-toottl N; S. '

.Federal. .1 'I j,varied, which treasures form found/in but/4 .tithe the Chandnij :'of the Srhb say,'that it can be propelled . Notice of Attachment\'\ . PENN4N, gl. ... \ :

ata rate of ,ten miles .
hour
1 .an Couniy Florida .
\j Chowk. 1 lathe Court of the State of I Ini :
.- : Dr>Jas.tM. Jackson;< Jr.t\ The1 I muslin-robed/mercHantSj' stand without fiver exertion., , i ']sad f r l>ade County." \ The< !
\ I
$ Scotchmen :
FRANK T; BUINIE, 1 :
11 .
outside / i :
I the hops proclaim the valueofslhe I '
: : MIAMI\ va. i
,* j Attaebment '
} .
1 Bu'INS
A Olto. .
B.
Tempting Offer. and '
and solicit
wares to inspection Tbeea the '
.
for
:. H.L. RAHill. \ are men yon to interview i' .
'IT. ,,, \\FLORIDA.. .DarXand windin a plead to duskychambers We offer lots 1, 2 and :4 of Block E To Geo. B.'B1JvlDlaod H.L,'Hajmie,defendanthi l t

Office at Present'TOWNLET.BROS'. wherean. all-pervading odor Miami.They are situated on the south the above\entitled caiLse. | THEY REPAIR:1'. /r, \
DRUG STORK. 1-1ru \'of .and wbod/and musk creates' the aide of the river. These lota Comprised a i You are hereby not I fled that a"writ of attachment / \

.[traditioaa .b coral atmosphere' an tract of laud; having a frontage of 114,feet has been tawed against you salt your\ Guns j. r\ 1

JrapregnatesjsOie bales'of silk and cashmere facing the river; also 100 feet front on property to tL'4fy.the demand of 'Front'.I T. Bicycles
: \
DR. R. Ei ,CHAFER ,
; ;
; Avenue D. and 200 feet 18th; .
street.
\ I\\ piled/I: und teakwood cheat on : Budge amounting bJ'|;>>.00. Now, unless- :

#:'. ':CE TTIST.: ' filled with/ilverVgold and JewelaJ| offer We bought the three these for$1,650.Iota cheap Will last be Mayan pleased id : shall appear before' : .the Court Io said suit a \ Sewing: Machinesn ,' I
plead or demar'to the declaration( filed therein, \
Bargaining eastern da' '
proceeds \
-
S
Otfloa over Ranleraon's 'Market, n. "liberation'vhich 'yields .to the '1rapid, I to show them at any time.218tf '.i..at. the ClerV,,|lotace'in Juno,said County and LQcg' I I

arner Avenue D and 13th street. 'methodVof the west when the adaptable / BOBBINS &
l- -tt : Hindoo mind detects trace of \ 4th day of said month a default.\\'in be entered ,
a: Ho For Cocoanut Grove. : au'lnit )you and application will be made 'Everything.ill ; t.
.
damning. impatience.on English face&. .
; t i.to '
the Court for final judgment,and yoUr
.JOHN KROHOW1TTEB,, Temptation is rife and through tons of The fast and commodious launch I i. will be sold to satisfy the debt. property \ :Work Guaranteed\ First-Class In all
ru "Daimler"
innumerable{ leaves Peacock :
gems pf art reward wharf at Cocoanut : Dated this td day of JulyA.D. Ip97./ ' \ .. "
TAILOR-' the explorer who can afford
(' rer a.1ean.experience. necessary outlay. 'of time and money Sunday 8-o'clock for Miami, arriv.iug (fSEAL Clerk of County Court. GIVE THEM: IATRIAL.Lw ..
at footof''nnue D at ? o'clock .
} of. i \ J SaNDeaabcAT. KIXSON,4 \ -
+
Metropolis Building. Miami. leaving Miami for.Cocoanut Grove, at Attorneys for Flainlle.' JUIJ-to-oett of .Avenue D.UIAMLFlorida
oct701y-pd
ST9RY\\\ OF TWO DOGS. \I. f
Full Stock of Samples of. all Laiest WeaYe"i. 'j 10 SO a. m. Fare 25 cent each way. i.
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f i.i.IJ-it ).... I. Dead .. -Staffed. fiat PythA Will make special trips, returning' to ', \ S S \ : {
.1..\, Still Lh'u: Miahn i in the evening for accommodation \ \ 't:1 I .

\ John S. Frederick : A stuffed .Aog iu a glass case-a cOmmon otoarties,at very reasonable rates.

ordinary street cur-adorns' the Go down and spend day or I two at East :Coasi!

: Civil Engineer and Serve/o f.: private apartments of one of 1 hlladephia's ,\ 1' the Cocoanut"Grove Bay. Spend, they--prettiest day-: at the homelike place on Ry. \

'
., Notary Pnblio for'State at Large. largest hotels; says the Philadelphia Peacock Inn and ;gee the avenue of roy .Tim Table its: 9Corr.eted'j.J. *. a, lag i'

Particular Attention given to 8q Did d.. Record. The! is' a rather curious 'al palms, clumps,of giant bamboos and \ ,t

.4' *'.. : dng large tructs.. \ story' \connected ,with the defunct animal many other interesting sighta in the SOUTH Bqt1ND (Read DoWJa). Nc1&TH BOUN ( Up). ;

,Office 20th St., near AT. D, aontb aide. which the hotel man recites as follows vicinity I' 'tt. oM NonNo5St: STATIONS. No,''nj

-tt. MIAMI. FLORIDA.T. : One day\i the dog came nosing I ...... Mp ...... ...... Nos4 .00 ,
: ackeonrUis ..... '' .
...... 1080s .. .. . Ar. 686p ..... A .... .
aba-ut'ihe lobby j and,although ejected. I' \ ?.... lO" ... I... "....?. Ar..8L Augustine..Lv. 125 .;. 00a .... ._.. .
a; L".s agactiae':' ..Ar. .bbOp :.:;-,. ... .. ........
., v BROWN several times always returned, evident- IN CiRCciT-CotRT, SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT II O9. : .- ,: \
D. .-
I .; \ l ly in search.of the kitchen.. Finally,;in or FLORIDA, iv: AK). FOR DADE .:.:.:.:..:.1129a.:. 11 boa .:.:...t. .:..::..::. .:.;.:.:-:.: :' ::Z::.-East Patatha ga .::::::;': 2 :::::: :; .:: :::::: ::::::. .
Ar.PaJatka... .... .
t / : .r.'I' .26 .. .. .. .
; order to get rid of the'C1lr.,it was givens COUNTY-IN CHANCERY. i. : ... ; ...... .J...
,,<.I t -large, of raw meat Instead of The American Contract ahA =::::: II 80 ::::: :: ::: ::.;:: Lv.Ar..SenSan: 1atea..L.,..:.:.. : : :::::: :
ARCH IT/EOT piece Finance \ ...... s ... .. .. .:.... ..... ::: :. ::::,: :..::: i
'' et ai. :13anMateo..Ar. ... .. .
eating'the. meat the canine took the fComyauy Complainants, i, .. : ).. Il16p .. ..... .'10... .

i <;. . fering tn.its. mouth and went out''into Henry E. Perrine .et al. } \ :.:...11g5p::,: 1f :..::..::.: ::.. .::. :::.:..;;.:. "..'I" ."..:.::.. .Daytona., :::{::':::!' :4a ." .';: :::::: .I i r

'j -tt, / HIAKI,' FLOBIDA. I the(street. Out alt sheer curiosity the Defendant \ :..... 14.p ,,..:: '::. .. .,'.... N ,... :.New.PortOranI8-8111.YrDa.:.",...'.... !r.A. '2 .......... .... ... .:..., 3
/ i hotel man followed ,0pon' I) 'in ...... 21Sp .. ... .. .. : 11 u;. _...... .
) of .
application
the animal and M.W the complainants{ the ...... ;. i. ; : ....OakHlU. ..,.:. I ..,. .::: .. :
.01.
.
::
FREP.ftUTT It takethe beef i another :;whichwas ,above stated cause, It appearing'on the sworn :. ....Titnavllle 1268p "r'..:... ,. .
i $
.. { dog affidavit of their-agent and attorney,that the ... I ..... .. .. it Poink.. . 12 . : :::::, ::::
.
crouching beh nd the The .
s step. lat I r defendants, Henrv E. { and Emma Folsom i 11j[ t{ 1 4 i!..! ge. i.}!. ..
ter stood Up the meat and Peering / .Rankled 120' j !!
on receiving
t ctor and Builder t., .. !
;. 1\\. illCoat ; ., ,: as it did su held one foot off the gro ad. Perrine, his wife, Clara Rodgers Radcliffe .. ...EEns1.. .. .. ..." 1185E .. .:y .: ....a415p ;

and Robert Dunbar Radcliffe her husband ...... ........... .... .,. '
...
..
'of StoneVor : f It Wes discovered that the iecond/dog .... bhp. ,. 'M ; ..,Melbourue.....,.... 11 z.&a .,;,. ..... to
Jeannette
/ r"' Stoat Walker; James Townsend Rnseland.-..... 10 :

.Plans nisbed,aid free. estimates. ,..fnr-_ :_ was"\ heu'the lame 'I.1 $* Walker, Individually and 'as Executor of Hester ...:....,... 'i 5.i : : .::.::, ':........eSebastian.5., St. Lucie.:..:.:...:.. "' 10; .;N :

llJune-97-tf / ..: MIAMI FLORIDAL .. crippled dog was.eating itsjat. Terrine Walker and Floretta Wells Walker,his ...... tSp b 135 .. .... Fore Pierce.. ... .:. ..
meat ,the other stood guard to see .offs Henry Relman_Duval and Nannie! O. ............ .6 885P .:... .,..:: 807a 'II". ..........Eden... ......".. N 102& ...... ......r. ...... II '
..
there was'no Interference. So it cameto ; DUi1, his' wife,Curtis W. Holfcomb and Elizabeth ...:.. .l/0p..1.. ...1 8 .u..Jensen;; ...;..: :, 117. ::.. ....' .... !!lOP

1 .m I i. Varnadoe, N 'pass that the pmprietor'took botha A Holtt>mb, hU "'I.fe'i;,Henrr R. Durfee '.:..... 70lp -.f'..'..". ..'.... 4.711s .......................AUc1a.8I11&rt., ...._.....F..... II > 1:: ........... ._......!';... .......:. 1IiP!! r I

ga into the hotel and christened them and Fannie F;.Xe ar are nonresidents of;the .. qS 7 ZIp ...... .. 4 813& II ...;..:...Bobe Sound........ 81a ...... u;.-.. ....". 225p 18Dp .

OONTRACJOR/:/ ,1 Damon and Pythias.! Damon is the o II4eor' State country of Florida other, and .residents than the of State a State of :::::: 802p 7sip lop ::.:.:.::.: .:.:.:..::.:. I :. : :...::::.West::..lUvteva.Jupiter.. .::::t:: : 800s 7b3a .::::: ::::;: ::::: if 1140p 18a f J;
JlOOa
Jock_ Work and Blasting a Specialty.U 'in the"case and Pythias,still runs abo uT, Florida, and are resident of the United .-...". .r.... 225p.:r..WestPalmBeach..LJ.... .LlDton.4h..t.; '647a.7248.._...._... ..._. .......10. '
although. :ageiBc. iilgonapace. /.a. Sip. .... ''1,' imp ....:,.Fort Lauderdalei... . a:" 911. ,
\ \ S .. :
.
States, and that there Is person In the stateof 1 .: . .. 718&
: ? IA1II., FLORIDA. .J" no EOp ...... .,{... .OP!! ,II : ......Lemon Cit7..... &COa) :... ,--t.. .
: 1. ti .
.
Saa::
Florida the service of subpoena whom ...... 4 Ar.... ..... h ,
;linates Furnished on Application.. {|l6-tej-ifj. 'ToDRI1E.'AWAY! MOSQUITOEsj upon. 1".: Bop .MUUIII.4..Ly., I h' _,: ..,. ::.. llOa
'., ... .J would bind such defendants,or either of them, .
j '"'-L1 and that the said defendant are each over A. If W BRANCH. Trains R:. 85.81 aDd'78. between Jacksnn

i: .l 1. :.D., W. MERRITliContractor BrI i.ali'.IIIaIP.t. .none; ,to'Gooi! 'Vmtm parpoB lilt. Jl'o 'I age! of twenty-one years. ; the' 21 0.8 o.1. STA ION$: No. :...!:r Train and god,St between. AttgnstinedaUy KIaml and. .J'ort

i "While;.Ihe:'British:' steamer Beliucia I\ It I Is therefore- ordered.That the said defendants ( a Xp I 11 lOOOaL.Newmyrna..Ar.Ly...... Helen.Ly.: 1. 2.1.2 65p peeve Train:: 24. except Sandi'. \ _
;do to the of ID a ; between Fort u4
x appear Bill Complaint the lip U 62a
L'I'.OraugeClty..L1'.
12
t/ Miami
in harbor Buenos bap .
,
was the of :
Ayres daily exoept HondaT.
on
.>a D I : above stated cause upon'Monday,the dab day of 115p U IiOr ...;.Oran Qty..Ly. It ,25p Trains 8a work of Ii
., ,her last voyage to South, America ,ltyl| September,1397,at the o flee of the:Clerk of said tine dally: exandt8 ." Amur
f '.Xerison taught the people of that c' Court in I
d } \ Juno Dade County,Florida. .
9.AND
j.t: t\\ .. -.a'lessonyWblch may be of value tope oAnd it Is further ordettdTDat this order be The 8U- m.r .

ple in.,many 4ectionsjof. this co ntlj.' published in the'"Miami( METROPOLIS newspaper ; : : i.
Builder
,- *B.<_ /. The residents of the city. and the other published In Miami. Dade County, ...1 'BISCAVNE": ... : '. ::I

; .M'Givd/ T captains. in the| estuary of l the' River 1'9orldaonce, ... a week lor consecutive weeks. \ ; .. \ -"-;:
Plata Witness the H on .John D. $roome, : 'I'\ J appointed Service
: us a change wondered why the,, English'yessera -" to Perform aafoflow : I' .;
Judge of said Court at Juno,Dade
V ., J to ngurc':yourbuilding The. fog echoes horn of was the tooted harsh braying every evenin of the g' [SEAL] 'County...Florida,i this Zed day, of : Leave MIAMI 10 23 p.m. Wednesdays sad Stord ri connecting with Trala. i iLMreBXT fig

.1 . July, 1897.. .L F.QutJlBY, WEST 5&>*.&*. : '' '
1t Tuesdays and
: Fridars
; )
.
I.l.u i ,. { ova waked up the harbor and caused --, r- it i
Bef a 'great' deal of :comment. When the T.bLJDAYJs. t. ,. f Clerk. of said"Court, i: 1 : Connecting.*t Miami, .with;Train 78. following :too iG ; N
,, J to Mrs.=Julia ;D.TuttleF.ri 1 .; ,,5. 1 ,:"J.P.BJELWrl'13: .i!
:
;.was solvedthe" -
Bn ,and Bank of Bay Biscajne; craft mystery horns on other. |\l. Solicitor for Complainants., 1 Tra-iolCaaagw. _.. >" .J. AB't + ,'Jr'be
wer \ blptra 'too. '1 I ERFareng.r t
\The explano-
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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, AUG.13\ 1897. > t \I : 3


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I. The Chance of ( Lifetime A Plea' for Wine. i on the lounges in the Athenian style t GENE AL 01'FICIALRE' ORY'' ,6
.
: a .
.
: ., We' read '80.maul\ temperance 'lectures all except an'' old'' physician i named { J

". denouncing use of wine that Aristodemus, and Plato makes him the ,

PIANOS AND ORGANS. AT A .SACRIFICE'. the following \lid i a rather.refreshingmnelty. hardest-headd fellow exce 't.Socrates': 'CITY' OFFICERS. .. .,

I I| i lie and Socrates stuck atit\ till the MAYO John B..& J
W(II purchased in January last the_)mmeuae stock'of rianoe'Organe;Sheet ALDER L'i-Jo A.. :MexLGaI .Hon.'
L
gray of morning.'and' ,
Music and.JlneicallnstrnmeDts of the A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out the Fit the! past \the close) of a session of- \ the then Socrates F. S. Mo se,W. M. BrownIL L. &'d1'.t a' '.1:

lock of pianos and Organs unheard I of low prices to make,room for a full hue of Congress. was! generally, a merry one. '\took; his bath and Went down to the Frankr.: Bndge, I). Cosgroie, Waltor&;l- yGraham.,1
the celebrated Couover, New England Schubert and Kingsbnr Pianos;, We.hare The long hours\ ( an all-night session prbves apd talked academic knowledge. J C i\ r'
the following PionoB which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we ask for them : the "' DickSwivellrrcallrtl' ( After citing this incident said to thisiivine CITY C] Y-JohnM.. Gniham. i
C-onover.' Styto K ( . ....$3..0 Hninesbroa'ht.vle 6 inch.................sboo were cheered 115 "rosy, as MARSHAL- Young P.
;
** .'. K we.t..L--; ......i. J-J5! .Whubert,. 16 ..... .... .... .... t75 :: ; it, and the tedium'of' : 'Do you're ,emb r'that Lord Cm Gray ;
8tBTETOR-
I J I ...4.. .. 5W I) Malcolm Lore wleb.................. \\jo': Bacon said should | A. L. Knowlton.
." J .,. J w.l.....,.. ....,.....:.: 800 bteinwty \ .................. t50 debate was n 1 t'v11 by the excellent, that a man get drunk .PKESiDtsr CoraciL." -,Hon. F. S.
".; I'! M eb..........{........,eta ,Kverett., eb ................. I lunches !*in of the it least once a month, ,and that Mon- Morse | I ' a I'
prepare committee -
'" K wal....... ... ......... 3'5 Klngsbury, Style B ..1 ...,.....?......... :.15 ) many (' 8TANDINQ
UcCammonHalnesBros 22 ... . 300 \ : route That this priilege was aigne, the French philosopher, Indorsed COMMITTEES
;: K mah:::::::.::::|\...: .-... 300 Knabe Grand: A\\. :::.::::::::: :::; :: I said the proposition These exalt-. OK: FtNJvcE Brown Badge and Me
., : !t: 7 w.I..h.?........275 Stuvesaut. :................ 175 sometimes abused do not doubt, )>.nnald. I. 1
7. Ib..r....... ZiO I[ \Val.:....... ............ a.writer some time .in the ants that bring us above the common ON BCTJS: 'OBDIXAKCE ;
ago Washington AND
I -* e. i..... ........a2110 eb ...........;..... tUaO Grahao, J.. I
.f f' a ......?....,4- .... .. 175: NeWbr.&Evanl. ....... .......... 110 Star, but the sale of wines and neasure of the brute-wine)! and oil- McDonald and \ '
fO II a mab.'" .............t.....,.- 190' Morris, I I I... ............".100 liquors was allowed until April 11, e evate us and enable us to.seize great 'ONSnEp8 AND .
Some of these Pianos have been but them lished and ' )onald.,CoBgroTe I
rented ha
we.hatle, < rep l&CG( when the H 1n. llenry Wilson! ofered f acts, inspirations which once poss OK SAnixAiios FIKZ'I
put in thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory! money refunded.We -
\ a resolution,prohibiting"the sale Coegrove. 1
furnish a stool, scarf instruction book, and deliver f. o. b.'iJackeonvi1Ie. Cash ]
or Installments Sheet :Music at half price: Write us [.\ .of spirituous a n'd\\othl'r'' .liquors in the 'ver go beyond the mere beastly ON WATEK AND

. Capitol I building',and grounds." Mr1 means of,animal support never live .in. Cosgrove, McDonald and Brown.'
& : Music Co. Ute fife ON ,POLICE AND CHABrmiTCoegrove : rdy;
.
Fryer Bradley .
: \ Re\erdy Johnson\; inquired if it. included high planes of, and never and Graham.
C 24 E. Porsyth St., ') ) liquors f01llnd.in committee achieve them.' The 'octorj said tome : J'" w

B. P.; MA8IER) Jr., Manager! . i-s cf-he. 1 Jacksonville; Fla. rooms. Mr. nllsonwhowuveryrad- : 'Well, gentlemen, you' are right, POSTKASTXB AT MIAMI-J. Warner. f

(cal, said he would like to prevent its but I cannot, .to say' so. 1 j AsstsTU'1'P08'nl&STD-FraD( Pierce.,. ,
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I 'iSTr
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being brought into the building, but .
\
IN dower Another. Tomato 1TE' OFF CERS.
saw no extfndingthat far. It I Crop. ,(OMc sat Tallanaseett.Fle j.
Woods was on this occasion Senator McDou- From the Tropical Sun. 'Govixxoaf-Wm;'D.

gall delivered one of'those'cpeeches, so .All the old residents arid many later i xBloxhaSECaaTAa1orSaJno.1.&. Craw- 'I"

: Whiskey \ replete with classical allusions. which .rrivals know Pat Lennon,who is him- ford. | .[ a '
'' .. CoKPTBOLIu-Wm.: H.
I \always recured him an attentive Senate elfj one of the oldest'residents on' ,the ., Tasasvaa-J. B.. Reyntd&} 1
& Co. It was the talk of the time, like Lake and one ''of the'very': : first to engage mar' !
j1D
P prom S2.'liOfo. $7; 'per Gal.P another speech he made on the reconstruction in, the raisirig. of; tomatoes for S:;= Barr OF'PUBLIC. ,IjSTBUD-. 'i!'>'

I bills. which attracted general market.. I I I- TIol'f.' --Wm.1f. Sheata.C0MMISSISSION&B t.

:.I :E: BYE A. &F CORN.a attention. His place is on the.east side, half a B. WombwelL -OF A GBIcm.Ttr1m'-L.. ; ,.1

lie said : "I had qdca' ion !some years I mile north Of the take Wor: h postof- ADroaaxwNaaaLYatrickHouetou: .t

ince to djS ou.rse'with a reverend. doctor fice.. 1 He has some fourteen acres
Fine Wines Liquors Beers and CigarsPORE of divinity from;'.tlfe State which \cleared and in cultivation and last winter SUPREME COURT JUDGES ..r
I R. F. Taylor Chief oatioe. ,i ;'II--
I ,liar the honor to be1,, the birthplace of he pla'nted'out about|tep' acres in F. B.Carter.](Associate Justice :.

I ,' ., the present president of this body. tomatoes, the returns :fo( which together . M. H. Mabryy: Associate Justice, .I I
I \ 14\ While. I, was discussing; with him a lot with' all necessary!, figures, he Communicatipna to any of the! State !-r.

GUAVA WINE.Only: w ne. of this} kind put upI of vile rapscallions invited: me to join has given as from which to,: make up Officials or Sup me Court Judges should

: 1 10 \the.UnitedStat.J them at'the.bar.: I declined out of respect about this report. it,as, Declaims although hew his. .list; reluctant winter'serop "be addressed to.Tallahassee Florida.U.S.SENATORSFROM . ... ...
to the
reverend in .
I gentleman was the worst be ever 'raised anda FLORIDA
Jug ,whose presence I then was. As soon failure' from his point of view. A -==Hon. Samuel Pasoo, Monticello, Fla. kl

Bottled Goods'nd! Trade a Specialty as the occasion had passed I remarkedto ,northern farmer .might, 'see 1 it in an; Fl1f.OD. Stephen R. Mallory, TallnHnnnoo.'

I I .H\ ,\ the reverend. doctor:,'Do not understand other igh't.He . I'i '
old 1,237 crates of 1 tomatoes
that I declined. togo and join UNITED STAGES CONGRESSMEN ,
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which {netted him !!
over and
WHOLESALE $1,943.2q
AGENTS FORBilliards.
Pool / and > those young men at the bar''tecause' I above freights and commission !Film DISTBICT, Embracing the East. "

have any objection to that thing for it His cost 20 cents apiece; nails, Coast-Hon. B. W.Davis Palatka.I. 1 .
I
'; Beery of all kinds is hiy habit to drink always in the 2 cent tat''crate; wrapping paper (for man SECOND, Tampa.Dwraicr. -Hon.-a M. S fl ark. E -
i every is wrapped) \2' cents k .
; a ,
,, ,T
J front and not behind the lie :
door --
-r
: \ crate; packing, 10 cents aerate-makng '
looked at me with a certain degree of M '.cents a crate re in RAILROAD COMMlSSIONEoS.B. . ,
expense hf .
ALL KINDS OF CASE GOODS.. ( H M. Davidson, Quincy, Fla Ch'n ,
'1 : .' ,. ..... .; : interrogation., I'' then asked him : .getting! ready for shipiingj i for the H. E. Day Oa D8ville. "
\ fcb f.s-tf. .. what the firs' ,23T crates, $420.58. To this add,$19 r
Doctor, was miracle
'I J.31.: Bryan,Kiaeimmee. +
J' I' ? for fertilizer,;making:$M9j58:: which '
Catered : ... worked bY' ,our divine :Master He John L .Neeley,| r., L'lerk'Arcadi
-BoattTrade to. " 1 hesitated, and I.8aid'to. him,: 'Was it 'I eaves $1,393.62 to pay for his' Jomatoestpickingworkin' ; "at.Talhibaesee.Headquarters and t offices of.the B0 rd

not at Cana, in Galilee, where he eon: \ planting and seed. t
A Fertilizer for Fruit ,He had two men 'working! on his STATE
verted the water''into wine at a mar' .UNITED COMMISSION RS; 3
place regularly for some four five
riage feast He assented.;) I then : months. and hired "little or John'B.: Reilly dWeeleyM.FeatherIy -.
a help
'The Ideal .Pineapple \Fertilizer asked him ; '' ftertheark had, floated during picking time(, but extra has no account ,Miami.L| I t. .

O.A the temrlestuous) st'a's for,forty days of the time the two regular hands DISTRldr
and nights and as it'descended put ifonL! the crop; nor 'of' the amount SENATOR FROM I3TH ,I T.'. a
upon I (Embracing Brerard and Dade Counties:
paid to extra. hands but
would
: :\ ", : .1 Pricej\ $25.00.. Per Ton. the dry land, what' was the first thing probably tee amount to-enough, tot cut his Hon. E. N. Dimick, Palm:Beach. 4"I

: ANALYSIS done I by! Father, Noah?' He. ;,did notknowjthat returns down to $l;OOO, if not less,but i. ,
GUARANTEED :: t \ exactly. Well",' said 1.,'did this still gives a profit of about $100) 'anacre DADE COUNTY'REPRESENTATIVE ,

j l' *. .' .. '"" Moisture, 8'to-10 per cent. -he not plant a vine?' Yes,'he remembered on thp land. Dr.. R. B. Potter of West Palm Beaitu
.
i." 1 Ineotnonia, 4,3 to 6 ** This land is very well drained,so the ,
1 : : Phosphoric 6 U> 6 M that. I asked him :|'Do ,you re-. wet weather did <<:comparatively] damage COUNTY:OFFICERS |
'\'i ';, \' \k : Potash, ( : 6 tc ,8 " member any1\;great poet that eve t illus but the' plants were liurtl by the .County Judge-Allen E. Heyser;Janaa '.. .

,MadeExclusively\'\ ,.Seed, Meal, '.Nitateof Soda,'.Blood* Bone trated\ the*''higher fields'of humanity; strong: northeast winds and by thedryweathr Ciunty Attoruey-.B.aTaylorMiadti.
\ Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder
luredPhosphate but most 6f all ba fungus pt
\ -
\ ly ; Fine Ground Sterna \ that did not dignify the use of wine |\ ;
...' !.thath: s given our tomato growers Deeds-A.F. Qainby,Jno .. {
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1 : and 'of \ '
Sulphate \ from old Homer down?' HeldidtnoL I .
Sheriff B. J. Vest
; considerable trouble of late" .year* especally - Chillingworth
.$tiliier W Write for fruit.lor directions for. paint. ,and further pa'rt potCUh.\\tsk. for a copy' Economic.\{: ,Fer; I asked : 'Do you know any\ great philosopher .on: land that has been planted" Palm Beach. ItCinectorOf.Taxe&rT.\ : -

in tomatoes for several previous .J Hardee Co- 4
: We',Cirrj t Urge Stock'of. Fertilizer Material( C ;,'\ Tobacco dust, Potash, Etc.. of that his, did not Use it for the'exaltation eons: ,"as, th 'most of this land had been.sea- coannt Grove l t\{ x ".'
? Do
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We seek the intelligence you A'remedy.jbey claim, has been 'found Assessor of Taies-:O.C.Haight, Welt
\ 'write for,prices before buying, jl growers "ade'dlrect. (
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.::: think, po tor,that a man\, who, lived and Mr. Lennon promises; to show ns a Paid Beach. 't x
Fertilizer'' upon pork and beef and porn bread crop 'and returns that :will astonish x Tr&aaufflr-J. F. Lamood,Weet.Palm -

i! Wilson=& Toomqr j'1 Co. could get up into, the superior. regions even the natives next season. 1 1IP. Beach.; npeen\ { .' '
DkI1
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West Palm
.-Mrl Lennon does no work him eYOr-Fr CI
I -into'the'eth'ereal_ .? No; he must Beacb
J The Fertilizer.House of Florida., 1" \ self. .1 > ,
i
i-l-tf-if, : .. IJc.cssoaville y ,,, 'lorida.Cs.s I 'Tike nectar on high Olympus 1 1. I '. .. i i County Superintendent of Public I In,
.
Atid .mead in \ \ .t Z. T: Buena Vista. t
mighty Valhalla. Merritt
t HiaN=Agents, McrM.| STOWS, Agent, 4'ocoanot{Grova '. How to Restore Wilted"Cuttin" BOARD ,
to OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
; I said him .again : 'Doctor, you area
following-valuable clipping has : N.:W.Pitta, Lake Worth,Chairman.
\ i ; scholarly man, of course-4 doctor ol handed '
been to us by Judge\P. W. G. W. Lainehart,Palm Beach.

.. 'I"- divinity--a graduate of yJe'do'you White,of Q iney' Fia., who was visiting W..J. Shone, Cocoannt'Grore.'.'
: Southern remember Plato's Symposium'' Yes, last 'White E. L. White,Lemon City.- i
week.
., ,j he remembered that.. I referred him our city , ; .Judge, W.S.TaaeN, Hobe Sound.
I says he has tried this"method of restoring ,Clerk and Auditor bf : .
Board-A.
Ft
iW.. .\' R railw'aABSOLOTELYITRES I to the occasion 'when.Agatho having wilted cuttings: and for causing\ Juinby,'Jnno. i4 ". < .
c < won the prize of tragedy at the Olympic -
.
poor seed to germinate and baa found CIRCUIT t at Corinth I COURT OF SEVENTH JUDICIAL '
games on coming backto should ]
it effective. It: of
very prove -
ROUTE \ feted ; CIRCUIT., e _.
Athens
the
pORTEST "was by
nobility '
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great 'value to frnit growers in 1 ibis ,-Embracing Dade and*tber Coantlef.}
and aristocracy. of that. city, for it .was1
\ vicinity who ave very valuable young Circuit Judge-John ID. Broome, Or-t '
.
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: t '', o'tJ'OJl1'VLLJLUT DRAWING BOOM:CABS,- DINING OAKS, a prQud'trt' mph to Athens_to.win:the 'tro ical.pla't.; shipped to them'from a lando. ,\ \ *"

f r :COACHES,::VESTIBULED. TBAINBr{\ prize of tragedy. They got together distance,.)which frequently)! arrive in a ProsecUtiDg\Attorney. ' J. D. 'Bejgs,..
I ? Orlando. .
x
house .
OBO'tJ'ODJ \
at the. of Phadrui and they said: wilted withered condition. t
I or
Clerk of Court-A. F.Qutaby,Juno.
WES 'Xow' we have ,been every night for "Mix three or four drops of',spirits of Fall Term of Circuit Court convene!

NOR.tHEASrp/-) : these last six: nights drunk, ;,let us besober camphor .with Ian, ounce. of, water{ and on First Monday after\Fourth_ !''Mondayn
-to-night; we. Kill start a theme,. keep the stem of the wilted cuttings [ November. v js. '-- -,

Y'TRAINS. \ lEAST. which,they passed"around: the fable as in this fluid for]half a day or more';in a Spring Term on'First i :,Monday. after. .
TWO DAII BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE -
v, -k
\ dark place till they have entirely::re Fourth Monday in April.( \-
r. .the sun goes round, 05 as they drank
\ covered. Cam hor water:, will ''also : '
Washington and Southwestern L.mted", J\\ \, their i wine, or .as men tell a; story ,cause seeds soakedr[.in it, to germinate DADE:COUNTY COURT. I

the1 They"started a theme and the,theme more quickly and{ in some eases estorevitality' County Judge:=; Allen ELHeyser.'JnnO. .,
; And United States. Fast Malt to those yvho' have lost it''by ProeecutiDg.Attorney- B. Taylor '
Jove in .
Jove
-not the
\ was / vulgar sense, :., \
-
; = = I 7 TOHLY21 longkeeping." Miami. f- \1' '
'. s but in its high :sense-love of all thatis 'A series of undertaken C' Winter Term First' iu a
; : HOUE3JAOKSOFTILLETO: & ni ,\ : ONLY 27 .HOURS JiOKSOHVILLB: .TO NEW'TOEK.i ;'\ beautiful. After they bade gone by Professor Vogel, of Munich, to substantiate - t| t '"
.
Monday
Spring -:
through and after !Socrates had pronounced the fact that. camphor wUer Term- First in April. '.
i. judgment' upon the trite and. promotes the growth and prevents ,the Summer.Term-First Monday in July. ..
Solid YtttOratoclTnlas composed of Latest'Improred Poilmaa.Sleeping Cars and'Hotel D1a. wilting of tulips, etc., led to.the discovery = Fall Term-First 'Monday in October. '.
. ing.Cart through, without change to Washington,BaMmoro, 1 beautiful, in came Alcibiades. ith a that old seeds which have almost t -
.Philad8lphia;New, Tork and,the East, : -_. ' \ \ drunken around Athenian boys; with lost their power of germination ho U.8. LAND OFFICE.QAINSVIU.E.FLA
t \ garlands their heads, to'crown only ;recover .i itj\ when ,treated with TJ. D. Wainwright Receiver.. '
CARTS camphor water, nut even germtntttelu J. M.Baroo, Register. ,
THROUGHPULLMAN Agatbo and to crown old Soeratel, and \,
: DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING I BETWEEN -. larger numbers and more rapidly than -: _i

i JACKSONVILLE AND, NASHVILLE. I. : they"said to\ hose assembled : (This fresh seeds underlordinary conditions. QUICKEST .WAY TO A' POETTJNE.. '-
\ \ ; \ : will not-do;'we have been drinking and Thus-beans, which required from eight :1'

"" Through Sleeping Car Jacksonville'to l. '" lit. you I have not' and after Alcibiades to' ten' days for :germination under.ordinary =: roar. Thoneand Acres bt Truck annlaf lands/ ,
Daily : made developed, in camphor and Other Desirable Prupertt rot Sal*. I
had his in .
talk of .his. condition
\ it 1 "'t'I." CinclnnaUvia_Asheville. Through,. the pursuance three days;and cd .I;hare. for sale about four thousand .... it
argument, in which he undertook to cumber seeds that Would not germinate acres of truck. farming lands and lands I
; \\\1 .. ., '., "LAND OF THE,5KY.".' \ ./ J \l lti dignify Socrates; as I remember It i at all in good soil,germinated soon and suitable for oranges, lemons; and all -I';:

< ; : .. L }' ; 1, t. they required]\iafter the party hall''' without a single \failure in ?campho kinds of tropical fruits,situated on Bay ::
raiQetantdlaformation
.\ ": ] to ratty tithed slalee esprit eio., and what Is "
oat reserrttans a pply U agreed it water; more .remarkable) Biscayne, the garden spot ot the world.
agent oth 8oirxRzuiSAn.WAT to drink, bel.ng'quife late in
i 07' : _or 1U connection l'k' : { still, the seeds so germinated manifests Also city Iota at Lemon City, and about
.. , ,.. f-- '! j r. t \ the evening and they having-.ftni8hed continued effect Of the camphor when 17 acres of,fine Bay front laud, between ;
i ':L'L'SHIPMUr,.Florida Paa Agt.21a'west'BayStreet. . ?Jackaonrille, Flv their business in the way of di discussion) transferred to good garden soil in thou Little Riv'r and Biscayne Post Office. 'I [
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: ". ,l...KOULP, '* W. A. TURK; '.r *i'H. HAKLWIOI,, that Socrtesi should drink two measure, vigor 'of growth and freshness of-the can be found domiciled at my orange '

:, .... 'rra w So =0-0: :: . GeL Pa&'Agt., .....{. Geue Pane.A ,, fore.very,other.man's\ one, because he plants! This fact,; itis ,suggestedmight .' ,graTe three mUee north west[of Lemon 1
I sS.Oq : be of service Please write for
v especially City prices
WAIlI1q1oi ia in ,
I cases
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JUlrn .
r.._ JiIu ':( . ,. .. . l was:,better ,,able to. ,stand it. Andso, of \ seeds ,. T. D. WRIGHT ,
. . ', at, ; -. ..P!. ._-, 'i".'" -H r:-' "'". \ expensive' that germinate.. with, Agent,,
'" .......\. ... ". ,.I '.r thiiafter. mother, they wereaid down difficulty.',, 2-15-tWp Lemon City Dade eo:;;,Fla, :
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r' l. :THE MIAMI:] METROPOLIS, AUG. is, 187. i : t

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: ffh6 Miami 1etro oli8. GOOD ROADS county ANliSCHOOLS.Breard has'levied'' a tax. of average Many men in with the usual shrewdness,walks of': above life read the' - '

I three'': mills fW, road purposes. Dade such art cle,/and accept them in.all Ballkof' Bay Bay! e\r\ -

Fntered 'in the Postofflre at Miami Florida. did not;,levy any tax for the road fund. their freshness a*,go! pel. "

ai second-class matter. ;We think this action on the:' part of our In our humble. opinion there I is no :

: VTHB,MOST SOCTJIERV NEWSPAPER PUBUSHED county commissioners. was not wise. more/hope ,of making; money from ,
\ ". '% ; OX THE MAIN LAND OF taxpayer (would' object to payingthe the cutl\ tion ,of rubber or kola trees v MIAMI' 'FLORIDA. '
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UNITED STATES ,. I . :r ,
THE
'I / full amourit'allowed to be levied by /or (commercial purpose inl Florida I '
FiiafDA.t
l';. Pnblisbed by the East Coast Publishing Coinpauy law (3 mills) for road purposes in addn than there would be in' trying to gH I \ ,INCORPORATED.. UNPER, THE LAWS or t\, l ..

J ;'a Corporation... y1k. tion to the othW taxes they are died I rich from! an apple. orchard' in this \ '" .t

'WALTERS., GRAHAM. Editor.. upon.tdpay. Dade county 'will make .State. I Conducts' General l Bank rg.Business. ;'. ,

q,. :-...l.J, ., Subscription... Bates. mistake: if its levies all \theta es! authorized As for canning' factoriesthey. \ talk :WM.:' M. BROWN.PRESIDENT. 1\\ \. :: Issues Drafts on All\ ,

;, One year .*...,.......1-..,*......92 W bj law for roand/ school i about canning tomatoes for profit. I Parts of the AVorldL .Accounts
Six Ironths...., ... ] . 1 00 Bosh! 5Th for ft, R. McCORMICK; ;
Single copies..;::.::..:t..:::::::, 03 ,purposes for th* next ten/years. Un yaresellingat'lil' 'cents I I VlCE-PRESIDENT Solicited and Every!;Favor Consistent .
(' Foreign nobwrlptions an cents extra to cover Our ',county is developing and increasing 2-pound three can for'a quar, '

,w "".:. "' ., ,'1< postage.Advertising 4 L, ..,,.-,,.. very' rapidly in, :'population, ter. The' finest tomatoes we have ever CHARLES. H. Gj I GARTHSIDE CASHIER., "With.Conservative Bank' e
t' Rates. and,even with'ail the: taxes, ', which the seen are raised in Maryland,New Jersey :, I ing'< tended." '. I

lIixou OVK iNF THRrF: SIX 0ECOL'M1. law would permit to be levied i it would and Pennsylvania, and delivered at \ \ .
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'W'K:. MO. Mba. MOS. YEAR .. ::4. r
,.' ,i inch .. 1 00 113 oo t 4'oo f 6 00 110110 hardly be, passible; for the dfVt'lopment the canning factories Baltimore and .! con :ESPONDF N'J'S" : ;: _, , r
inches iv 300 e,onov> is 00 ; "
of roads and schools to keep Philadelphia by farmers over good )
3 inchei S 00 400 8 00. 1.00 25 00 our pace : IeN
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4 Inches S 00 5 no 10''on ,is oo .JQ oofi with the rapid development in other roads by teams that haul 50 bushels at Seaboard National Bang, .; ,Newl York. : .
inches4 00 1i 50 I.HID, 11 00 .300 .
F ; S 6 Inches.I .40 00 16Iw 1400* 2400 4200 lines, id ,the necessities which such 25-cents a bushel.} What Florida agriculturist at.'1 Bank of Jacksom ille, ".." Jacksonville. ,,j.I j.\ '
7 Inches 600 900 y2700 4600a development constantly creating. w i'1d'be satisfied with that : :
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Inches SW 1000 1800; WOO MOO ,
:f- 9 Inches \r. 00 1101 20 JW 3300 6000in / price? How far could he afford to haul \ FOREIGN( CO-RESPONDENT. ".'.1. ;'l
iru.i.n.. i 1.1 10 SID at MI 36 m tut tin / I "
: II InclH-S' i !!800 13 M 24 00 83 00: 72 00 / i' them over sandy. road at that ;price? , : JCnauth,\! Nachod and' Kiinne, . New lYork. ; !
ASTORIUS OR BIB- .
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THE STEAMER\
T: 1'Jim I lies. ::11-10 1500 2600 4200, 78ISlnches 00 How much bushel would the railway I _- 'd.
. ''s' 00' 45' 84 DOso per t' ;
00 II* OKl" M 00 CAYNE. \ \ i j" !
j: 14 inches fOW (*1 00 43 00 *o 00 ,companies Florida ask to haul : : l } : '
_.' I.. 15 inches lnclM: 10 00 SO' 18 1906t00 00, 3210 51 54 00 OQ/ 108 00 00 00 'The common i inquiry last't'\ :week on them any distance? Elegant Iron Vault and Burglar-Proof Safe With .Triple Concussion. Time. Locis : .t

I7lm.he i... 11 W 20 00' 36 00 : 07,00 lQ3 00, c the streets' was, "Where I is: the steamer Our. grower ran make fair pay,if .' Oft11d1o5t'' Inwoied Make. -'; '. ,.\ \
r: ere will be no deviation from tbeaerates. My, 'bi 'f .J
r' Reidb.t at\Tertl ementj among local nee, Astorius. or Bisrayne and Capt. Harry they can get &)'centnet for a crate of I ,

'-.' 'i 10 We cent*:preen ed to do liJ kinds/of Job Printing Fozzard?," For- a time echo answered I 2}"pecks, .and'that is about as good.a* '.
/ promptly AadHnilrrt-olart style\ at aft lowprice "Where?" A column article in the \ .
do this
section wht'n'COIIt
I they. can nil\ :
:t *M U ronnistetrKwl.th as I very moderate Bb _
profit.ThVMe. >, : I Florida Citizen of? last Monday and of fertilizer }is. included. ,'l'heub, { ( ; E. L.\ Y & "COt ;I
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*, 11' r / Sale ,.,'i the J'oUow1n later reports in its issues of Tuesdayand sides, we are not so sure that the tomstoes ' . '\ ,,
+ ,- Agencies. I ,\ Wednesday tells l the wlioje story. I raised iiI, ,this vicinity ;:would, \l be l Garden '
oanutGroveJfa. Groceries Grain and -Seed
V: A.T Carter; ; Hay -
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the in'this issue '
\ Brovi West rlI.erC".Fla. We republish, same on considered as \ suitablefor' '*'ann ng. !
I'B 4 t bee, : page !J.It\ seems, th'e trials of the little Our housewives might put up enoughtomatoes / i t .
O 11. Gre >>llml,FIL ; I f, \ t I \ ,
Key We :;ewe CoKey. West, Fla steamer are not yet fended.. It laid at for home use with,profltnbut. ,(, I. \ ,. .l"l
':rf'WV AH eotamnnlcatlons Vrf X w% XXV kbonld WW beaddressed M,, /V S >l and the bottom of the Atlantic' !' on the Florida Florida will hardly'ever enter into '\i serious I, Mural 'AQFNT FOR MOPES' FKRTILIZERS. \\ l J

\.I1 rberks,drafts, money orders,., and other ref ,Reefs for manylmonths.( Now it Competition with Baltimore\ or -,-L- \ I
taltfnpei< made p..1ble to
"r ?11B.. EAST. : COAST" PUBLI. HISQ CO. has been libeled by \;apt. Bradish' W. j'Philadelphia in the canning of tomatoes We call tb? attention''of the) people of Bay'Biscay ne to our stock of Staple : '
.. f_ : )lllml, ria. ;Johnson', who claims'he'\ has never been corn, peasetc.\| To our mind the and Fancy Groceries, Frnit and Food Products of alt kinds' ; also ouratoek k of Grain. i '

/MIAMI FLORIDA FRIDAY AD6. 43 1897. paid for bis i services and use of,his ma- idea is. absurd,and whoever !puts 'ills Hay, Bran, Cotton >*eed Meal, GrOund Food and-Wheat* r 4''.
We are the only hona oo Bay Biscayne dealufgfXcluBively in the above line of I #
.-:;--, -. ".-.-..-. --- chinery in, raising the sunken craft. money, into a canning, factory in the goods. !We buy clow and will Bell cltlfle. We invite your correspondence!and solicit
);", ,ITHERK are tumors, and ,rdmors\ from The "Riscayne," as she is now! called, hnptol making any money by canningthe your patronage. Very trulj* E,L.. BRADY, CO, 1-ly-if,
is.in "chancery." From the article in vegetables named, or peaches 'or .. .. \ 'f -
: .Key West, but as w.f' have lio proof we, '
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'misdlmeanor Wednesday's Citizen I it appears that pears, will get sadly but emphatically I
Would ifwWave
{ > be \(guilty of;a ; I \ ", .
1 the 'project of running the tpiscayne left.
\ the ;detail*or sir nlated.. the, Y'-.J
:: between Jacksonville\! and Miami i has '
we have ..heard. 1'he mattershould' We are aware that such views on.our
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: be investigated. Thisxtnucb probably been abandoned on I account part will be .deemed heretical, (but'we MIAMIA. \ .1 :
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f \' *" should be done in justice to,Key, West, of C pt'Fozzard'iS i inability td get insurance think the truth is on our side: all thesame. t ef . .

if:for no other reason. And. .if'the're-v on, the.. .vessel' jnd\ cargo ,' dee? With the nnning'.of" pinei- ." \, .

't''I ,port which.are. in circulation are notA "-. I 'f' .. . I I : I" apples' whole guavas, turtle ..soup'an '. \ 1

\ rtrue I their 1 falsity, :.should I\be given' J\ '*-' WATCH MIAMI. fish it'is different.' They are products

: \ jo proper pub)ioity."Tux .. \ I Real" estate( ;; sales are bt'ing'l' made peculiar to this section' and we believ BusInessann R InenCe' \-
I' If'ipays
: I. . J l every day"the Iron is down on the terminal -: it might. pay'well to can them: notS\-
haul pineapple to1
silver ,dollar Js to-day intrinelcally to and turtle k
piling timber
the
i to.theBay} and
[' Worth, 42c.. Wheat Is Worth. 6c.'a I Baltimore and can them in that city, its|\ '
for:the nkheadisbeing). \ f
bushel., I:1 This illl i the lowest price ever deliftrrd ought to pay here. Think of the saving i, ,
the for the
machinery, '
dredge
known for 8 hf'r'nd the' hlglies?price in freight. E. KINGSLEY
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t together-on the the !!
put lighter, water : ,. '. '
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: ;wheat ha* Beached ,for many years. tower. is, rising steadily to its lofty It seems to its that} the great trouble
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What an', excellent teY1Mtliis' would summit,.thestreet; paving goes)! steadily with our people is that they have 'a General Agent for, Mrs. Julia D. T.ut e.. -

_, ,make:, for a \'..gold 'standard campaign on'the_ sewerage andlwater\ system Universal wt'aknes.for growing fancy, ., .4-I -,-.,J-" "" {'
b orator.. ,But, what is.the, nS1.r theo- 'extended vegetables for early shipping.! They ,
} rtiio'r'orof:: argt lmept or discussion? I is rO..9te.ia being 'Miami ,will the*.be Key.inaugurated Wet, mail: aim too high. Let; them_give more attention :,Prices From ?$50 't to :$1',000 'Per Lot t, According to Location ... s

signs t the equntry i is becoming to the homely but \ ,
: \ AThe on the.23d fl'st.the Cramps ,at {Philadelphia cheaper, star '
prosperous\ muss be evident to pie vegetables. The 'fragrant 'onion, RAILROAD FARE to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway wili i be re- .'
::" I ] are ],hard at work building! I funded to each purchaser of a lo4, provided purchaser will produce receipt for auob"tare /
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i every'tair--nindedobslrver.\, ma bestS the su steamship for instance, and the ,golden pumpkin. be''received ,
double-screw which will cash for lot.
; ; receipt \, as, in part payment ' '. : .t.
S 1.\[ .settle.F.. ow" to business,.itop agitation .the- l iam'-N! :: ssai"line which ispi, hder On good land all that,) is necessary is.to : .

[ and.let the good work-goon-5 \ .. contract to completed earl in .January ' drop a few pumpkin seeds' here and ain O < : L : .<
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j* "- ... . there and them in with ; .
I t i J :stamp. your .
the country'at entering
,_ 'CHICAGO incorporated'as a town', In upon'a, ''prosperous era largess, ;hence. '\when!. heel, and get.out'of the way and give l '.HOT'EL'MI.A.MI; H / .

1833 with 34 'registered. .. voters and a we say.w\; df'et; encouraged and ;buoyant them chance.\ They will soon,take r x, ', ,: . -. .
pulation'e8thn.t at 150.; The first : ; the""whole acre lot and without makingany t- J-I.: ." \
in the Miami
; ; regard to future of ; j9 l '
? l passenger, train fr2 :east well fuss' they will 'develop a lot of the I : .
arrived Mimi we feel. that our. hopes are founded l < '
at Chicago, in 18o2.9 Incorporated In''our-8r t\ issue of'the ME'fRfJP-\ large golden globes. Ship them to \\L '
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not'as. '' a town brit as\s'city!\ Key West by schooner and you have r t : "'
l \ OLIS, dated, May loth, 1896,.. w.Vatch' ,said,
k !wittvoVejr 400 registered i : voters on July ""\. ,Miami!" Again'; 'jve say, $100 an acre;,or if you wish, feed themto \ Chase &.' Harney \rI

,2SJ, )89tf.: 'The (first train: '.from.. the )Watch Mfamj1, 1 !,', Its development; has your cattle and hogs, thereby con ., -, -

north arrived i in'+Miami'on,' April 15th. ; been and..will! continue to marvelous\ I verting: them, into' excellent beef and I, Jns'U.r: : nce. =._" : f, .. ....
t 1B96. You ask, do we mean to compare pork, for which there. always a good I, \ -- .
and i interesting. \{ \ -, -. -: Pert L11Zer .. '. . lCiami'with-hhicagaf Whybles's market. \
: your \ / .
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.heart, not) In, some.respects.. they ,are "' +--O1iGAN- .1 Take the modest sweet/potato. It is \ .. = iEYRESENTING'TEIE-. t : '
i milar. Chicago is noted for'its wind DUE PEOPLE SHOULD not stylish, proud.., It;grows on almost l- .1
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t < Pena Mutual l Lift;,, Fidelity and Casnalty .Company! .and,all Leading, Companies
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: '' Mlamt for itibreezes. \ ; ' kind of does.
apd : ; iWe'aref : There ii' a, time and tide in the affairs any land. It not { .
.if"p.11.stating:historical lrfacts.} ; Comb -of 'cities! which taken t\!\the.flood demand 'high-pricri fertilizer i a'a. ,a \I Special rates on dwelling property for three and five yeara.... \ '_

Miami with I ? Xo It, \ :.... Aiso RESIDENT AOz ITs sx ... .i
,pare Chicago. How lead on to wondrous results.. 1 diet. stands ,shipment by sailing > \ \ r '

:, absurd' 1. Whyj wel would not cveniComS - The Flagler interests, have lone and vessel .and alwajT; sells well .at, Key II HALL'S' S'AFftA'ND' \ ., :; '; 'i

: psrel3fliaii.wtthTampa\ : ; except: per- are still':doing 'more .for .Miami than West. It will pay better.at' 50 cents a And brokers in. .Fertilizers\ and I' iI'.P.: .... ;,.. "
S.. ,ha ps, under. o' breath ,and,in a conflpebtial the average optimist could, have,antici bushel) .considering its vigorous .
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-S, clrcle. But,really, :Miami ,is pated.. Buff,what ire the people doing growth ,and. little, attention, 'needed, WR. :: Notary: :u1oUP': ta.t..t: :J.r."'" .i, "- -

beginning\to cut.Us! :first leeth' feel for'themselves? ,':,\jo t \ -. I : than tomatoes at $1 crate. I I-IrII' MIAMI. FIORDA- 1 .

4; its:oats.a lljtlet' You. ;! must! ',remember Is it not; -worth. while for, our h busnesa ?- Do you'know that for the put..tenyears. .

th{!place is only,a, year old I 'See.}? '-, men to get together and organize the price .of sweet potatoes Oct '
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a board of trade.and do something to to grower per pound has averagedmore : J
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H: TBiYMKTROpOLisihaB always chimed encourage the location of manufacturOK than that received:.for oranges, '. ...
th the nights areUlwayi cool qn the \ : establishments at Miami simply and you: don't. have,to wait. ,ten yearsto ':. ) '12th. Street, ;
,,:"isho ; utw Wish because' capitalist doing gather'crop either. II \ '.
:: _of'Bayiiscaynez, one great so : Bye, :" -..
-l to admit. during!the past weik! wehad ; much? =His confidence in our.city and .The'METROPOxlsjnan: : is"not a practical IF\ I Vienna : Bread'r '

.4s .- Wv,). a| nightx r:two!\\Wh ct Gave ,'lavish expenditure: of money 'should ,farmer, but it' is'a weak ess of editors '. res. ] : : '" i: r :j.r .

: Dot D cool' 'and pleasantj' Butnhere i stimulate everpcitiien to emulate his, to ten what they know bout farming .r ', __ Home"Made\, \ -I :. .-r, ',
'e'we re' In the middlepfAugust.1Jow :'example: and,do'what they can to help ,* Horace Greeley-drew upon himself n { ,, ,--? i ':;

,. ;manWpiacestln the.L'nited States, areas the, ,good. work:.along.' But unfortunately ' the' ridicule of a whole nation ',by ; Baked ?ai.ltaDd'Delivered Free to any: part of town \ .. ,. 'c

..., \' comfortable! :as on the 'shoresofBay: I it, seems to.have_the pp iteffect.nd a series of articles' entitled """'bat.,I Rulla, Bnna, Cakes.;Pies. Everything first-class. Specialty 1 of fresh confection ,

Ble fcyne, .despite 'an'wcasiontl: warm .. ;our"people! fold their: ands Kftow,About Farming:" .We have ,no ana nut*. I have one of the most modem' aud firal-claaa ovena .Picnic' and excursion ;
'.r$'" RI.. b ,Even ,bereft)\ last Tuesday, and depend entirelyWi: the.etforan4 fear of' such a, result'from our:efforts, parties furnished short notice. : ', [I ", \; ', .

rf which'was' one of the'hottest jays of 1 1l | money. put' .;forth, by Mr. 'Flakier, for' our: sphere is very limited. But ADAM. 11 IAYER'Proprietorg3D'Qemember : .J

the tear at-Miami i! atjleastpt\ feltso, : .,!'l', MiamUwijl develop very well any>', way ,we think we have learned s m.e.things : I deliver everything, free' of.th ,'ge. Remember the, place X2th Street, Just'wert. .',:'

:\"th"e maximum' temperatureat', Jupiter_ ,''1 twitbout any particular- organized or {about:>> -agriculture' by. observing the 1 passenger
S,;.,.your nearest,Ui';$:,'signal,office,-WMv88V!I individual, effort' on-'1the, part oft} our, failures and .successesAof others,'and '

Aac J* ksonville; Jt!was92tat Key "*"?1tj ; people.: :But \if: 'thecitizens; ,of \thiscomuiunity.woutd '! We advise our friends, subscribers ,and " ,\

t ,8Spj,Pensacola; ft:?"andNew.:, .OrleanV:' , makethesameeffortbtch readers' not to fool away'' their ,'time A Practical Mattress Maker

: *',96.i JIti: was. \|\.l probably? not over 88e at i .. the people yof: a"n".r average, ;town by planting, rubber kola oricampbortrees \ g4 .WI' ,, )
[:. : Uaoii.and yet our people >thought\litH7was 0 Ibis size usuallr put_. forth to': r.oal.mot -. ; except: for.ornament; not' to devote -' 1 Avenue kinds of D, opposite Hotel Miami -
rAil Mattresses hand and.
= unusually' : hot, They don't,know itsrwelfare, Miami would OOU lsr all their time and'intellect to, the I L" I made to order 'Particular{' cue taken _'
.; a1-what! pot weather: is'Js: 'any more than Bike,a. green.' bay tree. X I culture of egg plants! cauliflower, celery U irtremak'inJtl1: a.ttressPs't {aSecondHand

:t ,tbey know. wfat.{hardt; times,are,. or \ ., <1 1CXTO , etc., but,give'a fair, trial to sugar, : Goods: Bought. 'and Sold. !
: what it is to"Differ,for tbe actual necessaries r : :OUR FARMERS\ \ '';.. tobacco, pumpkins, Irish and sweet potatoes J.:. ,'; ..' ,., < '-7-. ':

;> |of"life.1 The poor;;wretches who | onions, etc., and perhaps the' l";' "':I ",... .. :
-y: swelter; in\ theWowde4 c : "tenements of ,A {of,rot,i being constantly published casto>Nbean, and we believe| the resultof I 11 e : I .'A choice selec \ ,.' ....,
tbe: great, .cites"In' i be, summer 'and' to. the ,Florida press about the our advice or suggestions will 'enable \ I "at'.the office tition '

freeze" in the winter, coold. tell them a :profits which can \made in..this Stateby you to save: enQugh one, season fo P Proaffluies r 1 l"a f ;

s;ac tale. that i wool make,, "their,, .hair. stand" the' culture of robber'and:' kola tree pay for the MrtBOPOias in advance fcr' [f ; p : ;
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\I FATAL ACCIDENT. S. Graham lots 16,17,, IS, 19 'and 20 of City Council Meeting.At ,a sister church then there are/those. I' ,j1'

s P Ps block, 39 I situated *t the corner of 4th the regular nieeting of the city .who go into a rage when they see. a sis: l\\.1 f Jt -.

s\ Vn. J.: D. Parker Warned to Deftth' by the street and Avenue B. council lat night the ordinance ter church prospering more/:than their'\ '

1 Kxplotlom! of &'Can of Kerosene OiL Judg Pleasant Woodson White of committee gave Notice,. that it would Qwn. All this is clearly/the work of..)I _
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:. I Quincy, Fla.' has! purchased of Mrs. I I introduce. at the 'f'regular meeting of the.c. dcvih :The bickerings and .jeal- J-fi ,

Saturday \''evening last as Mrs. J. D. \ Tuttle. "lots 11, 12 and 13 of blotk 2.sit-j[council next Thursday! night! ordinances ',ousies between. denominations. are the *il i(

\ Parker: was preparing the evening ate at the corner, of 3rd street. I I providing for the operationand !tumbling,blocks in the way,of the onWard -. i

meal for her husband, children ,and Avenue C; lots 17, 1SJ9 and _() ofj I maintenance o the city cemetery, march of the gospel',,and the !

block 83 at the corner of 4th street and oflice of ,\jchurch or the individual' who .
creating the superintendent enters I E
{J corner herself of at.10th the street family' and home Avenue near D the, a .Avenue C; lots 17, 18, ,19 and 20 0block' I all' clay\ cemetery, o prevent scorch-: ,Fill'111 II AND) RELIGIODS: NO into this ,is in the service the evil II }

stick of wood fell from the kitchen 78, lying at the corner. of 8th' : ing*'dangerous r ding-by bicyclists, :one, instead of .following in the foot- ,;

i, street and Avenue C, and lots, 19 and i granting right.o -way to the F. E. EDITED BT E. V. BUCEJI N. ;steps of the meek and lowly Jesus.- ,
in such; to set fire to
stove a manner,as '
20 of block,118, at tbe corner of 12th I.C. R. W. Co., acr s4 certain streets 'J.ove was jtbe ,ruling passion of our I.:
the outside t f of kerosene oil.
,> a can
street and Avenue A. The Judge has of the city for i its new terminal. Prof. W. E.:Boggs preached a most Lord. Friends and enemies'were bothgathered '
1 Mrs. Parker (grabbed up the can and \ !I
interesting and at the '
: started to throw it'out doors when it selected some very fine lots. 1 f Bids for constructing" 'the schoolhouse practical sermon in his great arms of i love, and ,
M.E. church Sunday
'i t- hands' the The same'grantor' has sold to E. L. I according to the plans of W, 11. Edwards -, on ;;night to a i he1 taught 'that we should "love our E !

'; exploded burning .fluidal) ) over tier throwing: person. In White lots'22, 23 and 24 of block 97, 'at1;i ;architect, we received as fol- large and appreciative audience. Dr. : neighbors as ourselves," and that, "'all.-: \ '
I Boggs has during his short stay tin-
I moment she the corner o/ 10th street and :AvenueD. lows : Messrs. Wilsiin, De Vaun, Wil- I Christians should be one, even as.H'e i .
of flames.
a was a mass .
'friends
Miami made circie'of ,
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The frantic' w man rushed through the M' 'I I sim & Evans $1.WJ: W. ;X.AIcEddy; a large he :and the Father ate one. ,'. E' f
the several has delivered
and '
sermons "
Ged. W. Chancey and wife have sold $2,446: F. W. llahn, -2,095 D. W. II 1 : ,. . i : x
house of E. J.Laws"next door, and<< out ; will leave' behind ,him a'lasting 1 Death ',' -- i
upon the 8tree .' Mrs"Laws attempted to James C. Burtashaw 10, acres between : Merrttt, $2,041&; 'Woodworth & Thorn, : ; 4f1 Spain's'Prime Minister.. '. t
benefit.
Prof. Boggs ia a'n- intenselyplain :
Cocoanut Grove and : R
to extinguish; the flames but could not. $2'JOr. The bids were referred to the and Plain- The Views flashed across the wires ;
practical preacher.
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I Consideration $675. .putler.j Commit on Streets and Improve that the Prime Minister of t
A moment aft r Mrs Parker reached ness of\ Spain recently
speech, deep spiritual thought,
the. street, Mr;"Laws arrived _on the James. C., Burtashaw has sOil ments. Council then adjourned until mixed, with true oratory, -bring out met his death at the bands. of an \
south of Cocoa- ;
scene' and succeeded in tearing 'the .A..J"arkinseven, acres tonight when the- ontract will be assassin. He was shot down in cold'lood ri
the masses. Whenever the Doctor returns -
nut Grove. Consideration
$140.
l awarded. ,ban Italian anarchist almost': '
burning clothing from the woman, but \ section guarantee ,
to this can
we ,
Fort Dallas Land tol I John' .. (Iv ';
not ;until she had been ,burned in, a Company 1 .. . i 9 ; him full within the shadow of the chapel where, ".; !
a house of listeners. '
most shocking. ); manner allover the Omweg, lot II, block 23, Miami, at the i We are authorized to sell 'a sixacrelot eager' he had! attended mass., :and his I t-- }j., '.-
Third There'was
at '
corner of street and Avenue D. a good 'congregation, I
i". body .Mrs. Parkerwas ,taken to the. i on the Day front at 15 wan ton words, utt-e, ( s.. he expired, were:. l
the hear
Consideration i Presbyterian pavilion to Rev. Spain
mother $195. Heights (southern portion of Cocoanut Long live !" to
hear
home of her Mrs Sapp, I :
:- F, Smnpl 1 Rhodes to.J. T. Ball lot 6 of Grove!), immediately ,outh of R. R. Bell last, Sunday morningand evlning. The'mDrderer e-
li'' hand and I r. --r .nee r.- was immediately
at ? 8..4bb.: .
i : ;: block,12'0 W lSC I' o'rth ,Cocoanut I M<-Cormicfc's place, for $150 an'acre'. Four" members joined tbe Baptist seized
| She was p83Uttrtuan aid and, after ,five ; I by the by-slanders and;received,
if.
Gro've). Considerate ;:'i- I bpeakjquick if you, wank Xo other church at the morning service.There ..
;i s "oTterribie\ suffering: died at 11 ' SaS r nttin mt OL nira-k4hat neighbor-.. come rough treatment be''
i o'clock nal. : hood for less than $225LINTON pt tf was a large congregation :at : but. wa3rescue.uVtiT the guards: and r'

I Saturdaynight.| held Mary.:.t.. Simpson David RjJCichols : \ .'. I "tie*3t>i f f church-on Sunday mornin ST"incu3tody. When ,r
reproachedby
!. The.funeral services were at the .... i
... ,40 acres north of Fort Lauderdale. I t. to attend the funs oTMra,J rFar- 'S
-:1: [. E.,Church Sunday'morningbyRev.' LOGIC: the! wife of the Premier;who has ttrneit
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:E. V."Blackman and were attended by Consideration: $600. 1\ cer, although it was not known until a to his side when the fatal shots \ ;

I''a large congregation.; Monday morning ,Julia D. Tuttle to ''Peter" "" Delgaard'. ,Capt..Andrews shipped!! another lot late hour that. such. a service would be were. fired. for committing so terrible tf 1
five acres near,Modelo. \ of Uncle Sam's effects the held.
i including
the. gorruw-stricken1: } husband .a crime upon one who bad done him no "'
'Florida East.Coast Railway : lifeboats to and other pointsfurtber"north ;
; Company Jupiter
,
harm the assassin that the
{accompanied thel) body of his young The anthem, "Prepare to'meetthyGod replied act
'to Peter Delgaard, five ,acres\ near bj Capt. Will Burton, for
ife to'their old home--in Georgia. i ," rendered by the M. E. choir on was in revenge the death of the anarchists

i t|, Mrs. Parker was only about' twenty-. ;Modelo.' ; \ lie shipped' the balance of the Government Sunday night.i was greatly enjoyed: executed at prison near'Barce.' :

,I leavesmotherlessthree Model Land Company to Peter Delgaard property used in., connection bona, who V convicted of throwing '
two years of age aiyl! ; fife acres near Modelo.I' ; with'the houseof refuge :to New York The Sunday School of the M. E. }
smp11'cbildrrn who are receivinghe i( .i 'Earnest a [bomb ,into a religious procession 3
"P Joseph DeVajitery, to Julia 1 D. \Tit- by rail Wednesday., ' church continues to grow. last yeat"'JdlJinK '
> attention, of neighbors, and Mrs. and maiming many.
'Parker's mother. tie, lot 1, block 60;Miami, frontinglonthe lira: Taylor has purchased eight lots' work always.meets, with success. people >: '

| -. Boulevard between and tb adjoining his Owen',street The song service at the M. E. churchon Senor Canovas man of .
|:The Parker family baa been followedby property was a preeminent -
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a chain of misfortunes., They were streets.. \ I L and has moved his pineapples .from Saturday'" nights i? well attended. abilities and'possessed the respect '
; .' ,John C. Rice and his wife to M;. B. The'our :in Is' 'of
singing
spent one .'
: the fire-acre lot where first and esteemr-of all _'
to come to Miami on the steimer'oayne :Bis- they were political, parties faA ,
: ''B"ut Lyman,. 'ten acres near Cocoanut to which real enjoyment: are invited-7.30! Spa and is feared
when!'she was wrecked at planted his new purchase, n, it that his place in
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.the.last moment Capt.' Fozzard,refused Grove. \ i\ being ;dotted here 'and there ,with sharp. k the ministry cannot easily be supplied. f

,tIt take them because of.'a, heavy; "load.Their John C.rear Rice Cocoanut\irove.and wife to C.M.. Stowe' \ Bright-tinted, flowers makes pleasant The- dntr'of; church membership isclearly.vnj6ined Itla-significant! that this crime was'
ten'acres '
clothing, an1'',household goods .. surrounding a home. upon all Christianhin committed pursuant to.an order duly.
;F. E. Heath f.and'others, lots Y;3 and I -
were 'all lost at.the}; !.rrck''and when". Miss Florence Stevens has been going Holy: Writ. We wire much,"pleased; made bl'a society of.anarcblstsandG
6 of -kn: 19 of Robbins Graham IfeChillmgworth's
:: they landed. re by train they were: bl. | Miami ,around'' quite' gracefully' on one foot with ,the. sentiment1, : of the sermon ui:was merely the instrument select. ;
of
empty handed. A ''.brother|of :Mr. map North 1 with the 1 'assistance of a,qrujtch for several preached! by;' Prof. Boggs, in the M. E, ed to carry the order into effect..,,which. .
to L.:Gontalez. Consideration
,Parker died 'but a" few days.before the ;; acOck.j'and' $15d.. V.Pickford ;days, the result of a severe scald. church last Sunday, night on this sub, was done with,every indication; ,of barbarous 4E,

,death of his wife. Vust befrWcoming'' Chas. P' wife to W. She is improving fast. !" ject.. There'are many,professed Christians premeditation..: It' is alsosig-' i 4-

; :tot| Miami the family Lbad j.passed Consideration, ten acres$200.at, Cocoanut" Grote.C !\. Parties. 'clearing lan4-south of town . in ,Miami that have not identified nificant that the perpetrator made' ; no' J;

.through'a.serious spell of\sickness , other sales hive been ': set fire to the brush .and 'it being very themselves'with any of the church organizations -* attempt to escape,'but seems to have _
Many made on
Sunday a liberal d4natioa! was made time under, contract, but { dry spread 'rapidly, doing considerable7damage I her The: excuses: for not planned. the assassination. with view

by the citizens through, '.efforts of conveyances 1 to the pineapples on Mr.: I doing so are many _and varied. The single to the thorough accomplishment x
all \ '
covering of the above sales have
"Rev. Blackman and others and 'sufficient : institution foundedfor of his'purpose and without reference:
: a Holmes'* land as. well as damaging chprcb ,is God's : 4

sum' raised te defray the-' ex'pense been'placed on, record.. .. I quite a number of orarige trees belonging . the benefit of man To'us Jt seems a!.to what' might happen- to him.after'. '' I

of. the trip 'of, Mr. Parker.to bury his The\ ''New.',Terminal.- : \I- \I to MT 'Bassett. 1 / strange that any Christian :can placeso ward. ) a ''

\\wif ,' ,During. the week a. -liberal:>> donation -. : low,an estimate upon the value of 'Two of our presidents. fell. 'by tb :
hear l The slight of ram
Did about,the size of .that showers lately '
,
Chas been .de\by.MG'lpirker's': you and! the.church. to them as individuals that bands ,of, cranks and, fanatics ,'onlya ' I ,
new wharf .Weilwe'wilMell I have been welcome '
or bulkhead! >To! very more f
hll w.workmen'which; we have'been -, t their best interests can be jeopardized, few years ago. Car not,the President J ?
: you about it. , \ wouldnot: come amiss. / "
.toidLwill realize'nearly of their of thel! French Republic A
"one, hundred because foolish, :frivolous ex was slaughtered <
Begin; at, a point),on the Baj bout In the last issue of (he METROPOLIS '
,dollar*., ,I IW cuse. One' says: l"dQn't know how by an Italion entbusiast.. The -.
!rushed 60 feet_northof: the'horth line;of sixthstreet..Run.east'out we notice 'the mosqu toes had left shall lives of otber" tiona- '
..Barker\ throughthe long stay here. Another.says: great pubIiclo 1 >
', dome] of Mr. Laws her burning ., .into' the waters \Miami.' About that time we took note {'Tber, is no' 'church organization'of ries have; either been threatened'or' ,, : r-

fire of the,Bay parallel l. ,with ixth streje ,of the arrival of &' clothing set, ;to a number of places Distanceof < my' Another by; persons :or r
i /
:which' required]ltonsiIerable effort.toextinguish. produced a 400 feet; thence' If you will pro\ property ,and pay says : '"There\ are people in this who bad, or claimed to have, some real, ,. ;-

.; Her own'home,was set on run.north. ,800, feet; thence run.west400'feet fcharges they Wil be returned to you or' thatjchurch/that. I do 'not I ke." or fancied grievance. Government'. w

s :fire, bat,was. put out :by> men..at./workncarW. ihe''b :ikheatthe"shore'of'Then you have three' the'By,sides of\\' We thought'' by the earmarks. they'- And :so, excuse'; after excuse is made, officials; connot innure 'themselveS y

,. .
were-estrays'./
.." I t; reminding us or the old Bible lesson.on within steel-lined'vaults or en'ca8ethelr. '

'Mr] Laws, seeing the" woman J,\ rushingout makes the you other will or understand western .boundary.it better\)' Mr.'Clark; who has spent the last excuses.Ane bad, ,:married a wife,,another persons their I plate;:;armor, but must*dis; ;w '
Perhaps ; -
01 his house, supposed.. ,it,to be,Mrs. if simply say 'it'wili extend year hgrew: (his son on ;Miller street... ,. ,haa bought;va yoke of oxen, :inotherb'ad charge public duties even,at the {
we out \
:
Laws He . I' i i\quite seriously ill.' .. risk of their lives and this risk is, -
j was not aware that it was from ; purchased; land-anything :; ; : one
the .Baybore'adistance
not,;;'hF '. 'until after. he1 bad .torn'the feet',4and that it will.be feet, of 400 Alvin' Sturgis is here from,'Miami form exc 8e. All! 'of these excuses'' of the prices ,they pay for the honors: f;
800 long '
,clothing .from' her body 'and ''put'.out that southern front will be parallel; combiningtbusiness; with pleasure-visiting are'foolish 'and frivolous.! No 'Chris- and emoluments, they enjoy.' : ,But-
;
the.fl'el:. He recei'vedaevenlaevere' | with; Sixth ,street and ;fifty feet'north ''ll friends 'and schoolmates and attending dan*-can stay outside so'me branch of : when an,;organization,,having;for its

.burn upon'the hands and his, clothing : side street to hi$.father's "pinesX God's church and maintain'a thorough avowed ;purpose the subversion of -
of the borth of Sixth and
; '
>was ,.bidly' scorched"'in)his, Rorte'toassist it: will*extend northward to a'point \I \Geo.Lyman :was down from.Lantana Christian character.: It's ',the d vi1'. existing 'titution8 and the reformation :' ,

the poor woman, p:\. i I about. midway between Third and Tuesday with, his launch.and a load_of method of sapping}!' out) thespiritual' of society along Jinea of its own.'

The pad'affair .cast a-gloom ot'er'tbe for. &,Co.'s store' here. life'and'power <|>f ,the ,so-called Chris devising,deliberately condemns.an'execntive -; '
supplies Lynian
Fourth: streets.. Then it is .the: intention ;
_
entire: ; of I I "., I .jI tian. He or she ',who stays, outside of officer of :the government to,
-! the .
bottom of tHe ,
to dredge Bay '
4 '
''the family'.were,.almost'entire. '.strangers on the 'three ,sides> of this; immense. I' .., : I the pale of the church of God is as surely death for (\doing his d.uty'and uphold: .

: :t he ,compassion. of:'the' peopleWasverty i f :'drifting,into unknown seas, and ing tbe-law, and can find willing tools .' ,
Erratic Blowing Whistles.
bulkhead of :
so as to give a depth. twelve $ '
easily,moved;a4tbeirliberaldonations : sooner or later all interest in the execute. its cruel decrees, utterly regardless r
feet. at once.and'deepen later, on.n: I \ MIAMI. ,.Fu.., Aug. 10, 1897.(; inteiestin- of personal; hazard, then we j i-
.
bore' witness.' ' ,* the'.earth and ,rock secured_bydredg- EDITOR METROPOLIS* -:Is1 1 there *' church, all spiritual things, think society, as at,present :constituted I
," any wjli je swallowed up in vain, triflingexcuses. i
j is fully justified in protecting itself
will deposited inside of the lines .
log 'wad of getting, the numerous\hJstles
k BEAL ESTATE .TRANSFERS. : ? : : This i is the history of all.tl t' (.a lD8t1 such dangerous',elements i by r
,____ I we have given, so as to fill the bulkhead tbat send forth ,their'blasts,in the',daytime the. destruction of .'the organization '
have lived in the past and will
,VTele rn this morning that:the deed and make solid tract'of land 400 to ,blow-all together,,or. 'whichwould ages and the extermination of its member- ;- '

;from Ju ia D.Tuttle to the Fort' 'Dal. feet deep and 800 feet'long{ with.'good. be far'-better) not: blow";-at all fIt the history of alUnthe: coming. centu/ f p. 1 '*% l
ries. church
: The the bulwarl !
las'Lancity Co., convej ing alf')lots in the. bold :Rater 'on three sides. This will : Isalmost impossible'to.'work:,any $ great l [H I';" 1.' . ''I r '
of the stronghold of the indi .
-of Miami. !lying east'pf ;the "railroad i"e'a frontage:: of "1,600 feet, 400 f eton number. of .men by any' ,ofj them, ,aa'every ,society, without A Forty acres on the south fork of the '.,..

and,north of 14th street,and othef each end and 800 feet \in,'front=-See! tlay they blow w lien ready. vidual. Without' this help, t St Lucie rifer, being n of lot 4;of,
this prop and .guard, Christian Iffe' Se lots,was executed on the 4th inst. and It will take.over.200,000; cubic -yards t : this'matter
; By. .iui11.giving a small ,
cannot be more than'a stupendous fail apple land at,$3, not $30, an acre. Apply -, !
'
filed for >record day;before:yesterday! of earth to fill in this bulkhead.:;When space your'paper. you will,I greatly tot Rof BI5S & GHAHA.. july2-tf '
; .. Ajf4onrt
,, The information is; rtore.pubhi it is all', filled in and leveled, ,:''trackswili.beconstructed oblige:one ,who j hastiest :a:'Elondyke ure. "" ., . 10.I> .* k'L

property'| The deed_ 'covers, :808 'lots.1 I, on, its' \broad. surface, outfit bytbeerraticway, the wbistles Petty jealousies that sometimes exist I\ ; subscriJ;>ere'will look'at the ,

'The Fla&ler interests. now-ownjspproximately so 'as'to facilitate transfers, 'from;1, the of.giving their time of day.Respectfully.,- between different church organizations date which ia k part \,oft tbe address on' ;,

; .7p' per cent or ainotaliq. this; t,cars. to ships\ and vice. versa.," ,It, looks ,,t illi.j \\.1 simply the work.of tbe'devil. Many their' paper
LL city.north\! ofy,thetriver..Mrs. ., I as if :the F..E. C,:B..W.a',Co. expect. to r, | ,,, + :'F.RVTTY", times there are those,professing chri9- ''Money'Sni\ arrears' js bard iti will, to get.appreciated, hold.of at-thi?:. ,

.. ;Tuttle bus also-;npld ;to' tiPaitirI do tome business at Miami. 1, \ .,.Contractor. tianity who delight',,in,the_downfall of season of\the year, :

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t,6\ -,__ .THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, AUG. 13, 189 7t: .



Buen \ :i/ When in Jacksonville NEff CIVIL SERVICE RULE r cry 375 of the inhabitants. lIt also :Each cadet, must,pay for: his uniform,
I., : said that the great{ibujk, .of legal business which will cost about fig, find some
.
/ STOP'AT' THE ,. : in Xew York city andI its environs small incidentals, and must fnladdition> ':

I \ \I is transacted by not more.than .to the' usual supply of underclothing r'

,. Vistaw ill ) t / t No Removals from Office Without 100 law firms. This leaves about ..7,900to have 6 towels,4 single bed,fah ts,2 pit.(

tL- j Hotel Just Cause.. skirmish around arid eke out an ex' .low cases,1 spread or q"j It,s hoel clothes,'. ,
f'I. leer lei istence. Poor Hillyard'could';,not even hair and tooth brushes 'and t pressing

; :' \ do that much. .. comb. Tuition,books-board.was ,
w"
CottageTwo'miles OPPOKTDRNITY FOR DEFENSE MUST BI 'The Springfield Republican in 'commenting of arms and, instruments ire free."

I Riverside Avenue: near Bay ALLOWED Tim ACCUSED.. on overcrowded profession u1e

1, I north of ':Miami, I / 'Street. recites a dialogue that occurred Letter' from,John A. Scot
f close'to the Railroad Depot between two'talented '
young men, both i1897.
PHILADELPHIA .
the I Important Amendments to the'Civil Service August ,.
5 minatee frtm
/ .
: Nearest Hotels the City to college graduates and both .
of Miami
bay. 1" ", One. the in Rule Recently Promulgated Editor Metropolis. .j 7a
-r i New Building/ ,' large, airy -'. I the Union Depot. 1 of law schools. One of them graduat3,!' I. read the METROPOLIS will much

Bedrooms. American''$2 to $250 I per day earning $1,000 a yearin: a. \ interest, and as I had a'n o.pPottunitT. '. i

) Hunting, ,Fishing., Boat. Rates'_ European Rooms 50c, 75c, $1 President{ McKinley has promulgated England county seat.' After! several. to see the'Key.West pineapple tnnipg "

'mgJ'rench Cuisine: the foll wii1i important a amendment to weeks' search for employment; one of factory in operation! eats ago and the r
R. Bixley & Son
Civil Service Rule II : them accepted a place as clerk; ina culture of the\pineapple on the Keys,

t L'l Chas: CourlY-op. l-3-tf PROPRIETORS., "Xo removal hall be made from any!; New York lawyer's office, and after the articles in your columns on J'Pine-, '

t i-IUf' is9 position subject to competitive examination several months'thus spent as clerk, heme't pple qu'lture" were very, inter t .Dg:.
L
:
except for lust cause and upon the other. coilege-bred- man.) who I would suggest (now that this ultii

written charge filed with the heard of bad been prevtouslyemploYl"d r a$ sec protected) that some one interested_in.

t "lA'M': the department or: other: appointing* retaryof, a cabinet minister'jn Wash- its.culture in Florida, will, write llo'.the- f '.

; M. .1. orth-er, aud of which the accused shall ington."How much do ypw get," I u. S. Consul at',Punta Delgada, 1zom

have full notice and an opportunity tc asked the ex-secretary'for your services Islands, for j information about the culture
,
make defense.'" ?" "Seven dollars a week,"kwas\ and curing of jplneapples ,at,that: o

\\1" \ ' BOS NESSand'RESiDEN'CE: All custom house employees are i in- the answer. "uy God{1" exclaimed' place. I :happened to be* therejwhen I ;.

\ cluded. the ex-secretary t in surprise, "F get the crop was' being' prepared for the J.
I : He also amendedRule III. HO as to only five dollars." London market,'and' the portion
: include within the classified service the I The :Jfew.York Law Journal in ,one one_which ,1 ate was a revelatkn in

LOTS'. employees of all custom house' otticesi of its recent.. issues published. the following fruit culture to me-Juicy, not fll irons-
:
. t : : without regard to the number' of em-' advertisements: .or pithy,"but mellow, and such a flavorthe.

Now ...... .I ployees. Heretofore the classified service A young attorney, with six years*"experience,.. as I never knew before,although Jud',
F Sale
embraced the customs offices where good references desires position; salary, $10. 1 been eating pineapples air over the, r..

\ \ I the number>r of employees was fiveormore. Want 1-PO'llllon as law clerk''stenograph: world. The one I helped to eat was, .

; I 1- This also brings into th'eclassi er,byja'wyer eight years at,bar: highest .references ' large and. had gone through the cuing

: Prices From $100to$1,000 PerLot ,Oed service sixty-five hitherto.unclassified !salary,$d per wVek.' process by being smoked at at a certain, ;.
assistant
Clerkship-Wanted-
| Managing1 or
offices. ; of its in '
( 'stage, 'growth the conserva-
competent, attorney; college and law school
1 > \ The !President has amended Rule VI., (Columbia); nighent references; moderate salary tory. Such as that one' brought a "'

p According to Locationr . making exceptions to examinations so : I j "; < {guinea (21 shillings") in the -London I
,
: I '
3- as to read as follows : WantedBright young attorney'; (admitted) D market and they could not 'nise

\''i I : "Custom" House 8t'rvice.-One cashier familiar with city practice; In law department, enough. 'The demand was greater t lan T
I' = : mercantile'agency' salary to begin,$5,
;
in each customs district, one chiefor tliej; ,supply., I "heiieve Secretary 1 Til- ti
Railroad fare toNMiaroi over the Florida Eaat.Codet Railway will,be refunded to >VantedBy attorney, fifteen years' practice, -'
deputy assistant collector the
Ss '* principal or s nrof Agricultural DepartmFDt;ntai
each purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for each fare which position I in law Bra aemanaging'clerlloras-!
,: : ,- receipt will be. received cash in part.payment, for. lot. i| I in each customs district, one sistant in trial of I.'a'les111 take;|G per "Wk.The'New Washington;who is much interested
principal deputy collector at each sub- { i 'ten. would procure all the;
JOHN REILLY Age York( Tribute:Says it is no information .
: Gallon '
t 'r' > tit, port or station. from tbe U. S. consul ;
longer ,a surprise to find a discipje of,
;_. .' , !1 c \ port Dallas? Land CompMiami, '"In tt'rna1 'Revenue Sen ice.-One" Coke and; Blackstone djslHhuti' T4 there 'if 'JiejEewuasked. may' be ,
e
IAGRAHA'M'ViPres't '' employee in, each internal revenue cular 'P -,* 'old ground gone Dye t'l give'i to-
Or JE.
; [ ory graduate collecting
,
: .
district who shall you _
act
: as" easjieror as a pointer. .
ra trolley-car
.;:: \ l lo.tf.f': Fort Dallas Land Co. St. AugustineKkLittlfe \, __. Chief dejujy,as'slstant" collector, as" -\Vh t is the I Upshot of all: this? Ts .i; Mr. S.'Hart, supervisor of the Ro .ai -
\ be determined the Botanical gardens Trinidad has a-- t
may ; by Treasury for ; ..
huma 1itfto, co elude that: labor :
_
Wed a bulletin '"strongly recommead-
Department; one deputy collector in knowledge, to acquire a fund of infof- the planting of rubber trees'

i' Bros Fertilizer Piiio Co each internal revenue district, where mati<>n, is, a' mi misapplication of force await ,reason;tag of the demand for the commodity py-

. the number of employees in.the 'officeof of energy? There,is enough in : for bicycle tires. One planter has\ 'A
the collector exceeds four; one dep- already several hundred of tbe.cast -
\ I' thejf; >regoing t set,the philosophers of
' uty collector, in each stamp ( branch) the,c mntry to. thinking-. i were lea Elastica obtained ready from for the bleeding Botanic.; which Gajr*

: *i'' office. | dehs. and planted under the direction

: : t Appointments .to the positions i LT TuRE of ,Mr. H rt. Last year-the demand
,, annfat rsoIJBliirt; i 'F i named in this' rule in the custom house u. .DEP1\iri/\ #/& OF AGRIC for seedlings of the Castillea in Trin-

r r r service arid the internal revenue ser- dad: ;'hiuch.Mr.exceeded Hart raised the and supply.sold 10, although -. .,

vice shall te subject to aj\ examination Weather Bea rca Monthly) Metebrologi' The above is wbicb'wiU.
a cutting .
. . to be prescribed i bj_ the Secretary of al Summa ' ...
'ontati i* ijrro'Jeers should use the Best Fertilizer, beta se' fire* best /5Jhe .the Treasury not disapproved by tbeonjmissioni T5IJ r : believein the near future 'wake' ui> V

--...... F'l" j cheapest M equal to the ", examination at Jupiter, Dade County Florida, for the "Our Tropical Cultivators.' Unfor-.l' ... j
I 110 U& of Jnly,1S97: consuls .in Brazil Para
\ ' -. +( > tunately our (
commission '
held by the for positions of .
,Little, J3fos.;"'Vegetable';No. 1:,' and Little ,08'Tomito', \ like grade. ''Such, examination shall be i M E A s :atmospheric" cannot get good seed from tbe nativ
; Brazilian.
Best'Brands fc Commission Mrs(= rtssunO i4 They are Jestroying"tbtrees
"I the on [ conducted by the in accordance -
\ are aft
; Special ; i L 30I Ig-bet' pressure, by millions and not replanting,
,, S with its regulations.. _: '
'. I imarkefe-for tomatoes.' | ', c Seed procured by our/consuls' fro; '
\ ;, ( INDORSED BY THE COMMISSION. x 1:_ m Loweatptessore,29.91! ;
A E Ie.n '
n temperaturp',8Lllighetlt them was generally found tahave,bee
'. The plan! of the extepsio'n which was I f temperature; ;
.. Ellis, Williams & BranscbmbV Agents, ., w AU: date;; boiled by the natives,thereby preventing ,
4 formulated by' Secretary 'Gage"and Lowest -&emp"'rltnrt' .
'
1 90 ar 89 the growth a/rival culture iiiothercountries.
.' tr.Jt8' b. : Assistant Secretary Vanderbilt has the 2 91 7618:1' ..I j 1I crr Greatest: "ate,5I:11.: 'daily range *
.:h' and :190 ,CIy: ,18 *: ,
f unqualified hearty endorsement of ; ftemMratllre ;date.
:>ttl
5th. I also send :you? an amusing i joke for,
d7
the civil i service! .commissionwho earn 6fj! till 7s ,:JljC- Leastdan, range lOt '
6847479. tbCondy funny column 1 1uWe \
;:
temperature',6.date,9. your ,
estly recommend to the President its 7 s7 1-1 110 T .Cl'yclean lor "

: approval] 'I' 8877179 9797876 i.25C:.771coudy oudy tl1 tbismogthiort/iyean,; temperature the' t'flitot don't: "Our want readers bear demand stories:some sa. d'

:hlviritiliw ,In speaking of the mendmt"nt President 1086134 80 ,12iC I oudy Average deficiency i.f thing spicy.", 1 I.' . 'L '. 1 5
C
It 7'l79 ,80
oOOf
,
daily mean l '
tempera. mannU
uWell said the ban with the
Fnjctorjof the commission said ,
: 1281 176 66; cloud durluif mouth,0.i '
l' J.. I that'the'friends of civil service reform!. 138271,77! !, ,41, maty. Prevailing, direetton141'&i71,75 script. "that storyjia about a cinnamo' ,
"
iY Cl'y of wind lIOutb" bear. -Pearson's.] \ \"
: everywhere' ,could congratulate themselves 7380: , Cl'y Total "fuoVt'meDt, .f ,
: :. f. \ 1Gd665' 78 82 I LI'y grind,liS,milttl My wife myson; Walter: and myself
,__ 11.If, _ ,I : on this most important advance 7580'15 tJU ,34 100udr Maximum vetocltydf will in a .couple //of weeks commence ,
of the cause. The "'commission in its 191M 7\,82 .. loudy CI')' 'datl".29 wind mile.direction. from and'the packing forf'our emigration to
up '
'f. : <, Th e j New'pe' at to last annual Report had said that government 20tV7d82 T ijt.CL'y southwest on the 11th. '
21 trJ Total reef p nation. Miami, ,, whert we hope to find "Uto'
officers,should have the power 2l: !fit! 5.W llicbe.. : .
j 86i'18 pia/
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&J B."I'Y
"' -' Number dayswith' it v
removal for
'Terbinal Develop the! of proper. reasons. t-a a t03, ..01 inch pr more' ofpre.. '{ JOHN A. SCOT. '?
.. X88,7782
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; m t. ; ci877s8 . Pt.CI'y Averagepreespltatiod [The writer fr.j the above owns ,nev- t
27 @II 16 e-; ,, Clear
The Crowded Professions. for tbb-l"pntb for IC, tile frontal .
: ; fine lots Miami.
: era on Bay
88 78 83 .01 Pt.( ) } '
: ', 0\ I 1 I Jean S.21 tDcbes.
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j The following; from.the Cincinnati 88 15 8'l ,98. Pt Cl'y j Total excess; in prey' 1rrs: ;John A. Scot 'and Walter'!Scot f
: NORTHERN PORTION THE CITY. 5571st Pt.Cl'y \ -
:: "' Times-Star, contains such 'good bard .. .. tCn'mODtb.fI.G8lncbet.dpttaflon during. tbe8186'1580 I spent;, several months in Miami: last'winter.
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i :E. : H- sense and s sOtlmely that-'we presentIt Number of cleardays, % Partly.cloudy days. .. The latter I is an able writer
19. to -,
Cloudy days
:' for the consideration of,bur readers : J. W.CaoxObserrer, -and valued contributor to our columns. ,
j\\ Nbrth .MI.pnul;, Lots' are only? : half a: ', ulcf from t1ie', ;;New The fact that the legal professionals ,[NOTE;-Tbe above report represents\ approximately -ED:. TJtoPoLls.r

S . Terminal, :pr a few 'minutes'_ walk Size'' GOxJlQO. already overcrowded, ought to reconcile Jupiter i*the 84 mile weather north-condition of Miami In at tbe\Ulaml.winter I' . .1 I

1 t C" Ally of' . lot..f people! interested ,in higher educational -, Miami the than temperature at averages, and a in trifle the warmer at \I >Central Business Lot for Sale..
in rear '+ ,Cool| and, breezy \ Jupiter summer a
,1' every ,! ., '. matters to the pending consolidation trifle coolert It is our nearest Weather Bureau The west 60, feet of\the lot upon I
y : locations T r.-I of the'two ''Jaw, schools: in Cin station. .. ; 'which stands the Metropolis building. -*
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{ cinnati. There are
: : palpable reasons '
/ of Cadets. j 9fW.'M.Featherly. f
PRICE$5O.OO: TO. S&75.OO: why many: more Jaw schools in .the Requirements i
,- From the Lake Worth News. I\ -
'I country should be united in one. The '
Wild Lands.
; \ In giving notice of Dade county bering Cheap \
4 ; . Buy.onr. \vhile they' may 'bejhad cheap.' T1Yeyi' will suicide, a few named and '
city of a lawyer HHIyard Bay,-situated on Key Largo, nearPnmpkiQ --
q '.. ; be worth jiouble! ] a few ,months? 'he ice, when tile New. the pitiful letter he left as,his only legacy Florida Military and,Educational i Key, being' lot .3 of section 12 and
I emphasizes 'the statements; just 'tote at Bartow we omitted to mention i lot lot section 13,,Towruhip 59, South I
Terminal is : \
Term.
.completed ,:Easy , requirements. Theyare : i I Range 40 EasL Price $18 per are '
', '' : \ \ \' ,made.' Hillyard wrote : The appointment is made on the ba. Also.lot 4 section 81, and Iota 1 and

,:: ',Robbins & Graham: :. "I cannot earn'a living. My We"Is-a.dreadful sis of oompetitive"examinatiori,- nd 2 of' section 32,. 'Townahip 60 ,South'
'l ,. failure. 1 .have studied law fpr many)'ears.but this,'will .'take place io' West PaIIh' of Range 31 East-111: acre*. Tbil ia a
can make nothing out of it/ I cannot do any peninsula near Madeira Hammock,' on
.... Sjulj97-tf ., (.. y 7EB,POST OFSICE.; .. thing. I c&nnot teach, I cannot practice lawI Beach August 20, before' a committeeof the tbe1&D4L.I baa a mile'of nice shell
J. \ can-only lire era as I au doing,in a dreary fash- three appointed by Senator. S, beach and madeira timber. 'Price |3 per'
-- Ion;without the slightest hope. I may bare had Dimick. -l: acre. 'J
t t' i" Imported VnettaAbkjo: II peroz.rflOper pound some power as a student'or theoretical\ lawyer. 'C.adet' 218-tf' 'FOBBING GRAHAM.
Florida grown one yiar.SOc 5 4 t ML( But' I Deer had money to take an office,and I must be 'a resident_ of the; t '

.T 1 001' Leaf Sumatra.Tobacco TSo per tile ox.,pr t*or-.i..roprJb"'Jlan 14 pr,.Ib.- FIELD riictnrlnr AND;, had ho influence whatever,which, might procure county, not less than fifteen nor morel! 1 ..Nice Building Site- ,-

0 JRC ee. GARDEN SEEDS-Corn Field Varieties. 20c lergt.S. clients. This horrible idleness Is the cause of than twenty-one-years of age, aid hot! Close to the-.Bay front north ofA. B.I.
r 4arltUe post paid.,25cpr lUll per 4 -press . (!o &0c per Ib post paid employment*- this unholy'waste time, tagioua' .disease, and ofsucb physical l' Grove contaiitiag 14:Iacree. Price $300.
i" !:quash.SOc per" Ib poet paid, |earl II met.'the best looSer crop. 2e! post ( this humiliating lack of money;when,I ought to ,2-18tf! r; ,. .t'01WUJl.
t,', Jibs or orer.'not prepaid, Me pr Ib. All other' needs at equally r Sced rau>s. IDte/Dartonal/ be earning an abundance! 1 cannot meet'the .development-.as will,, fit t_them for! military :.. &BBpi8 ,
Stock Food,B8c per pit. ,International Poultry..Food.35o per' U. L.CAMERON.Jacksonviiler. : ..
J.9J If-hf T Fla. responsibilities, of life. 1 have 1 never taken my : duty. i r:\1 We are authorized'to sell a sixacrelot : #
place In the great army of bread-wlnnersl- Thestandard of educational knowledge -"
on the Bay front at Ewanton ,
t. \ : -' '; : have never been a useful man.1 '- I shall'be ability to read and write Heights thern portion of Cocoanut
.'; : ; A choice seiectioh "
.' 't : .' 'office ,It! is said that there .are to-day in English! ,with: facility,,knowledge of the, ,.Grove), immediately wutb ,of',R. R.
Inat'at'at'ne.ne. at the New York and'its annexed*territorymore I'elements. .English;. grammar r,descriptive -> McCormick's place for $150 an acre.
: r a n !of theiMETROP-' I Speak quick if you want it. "No other:
i\\ ,than 8,000lawyers\ attempting to geography. arithmetic and the, : \ Bay front can be had in that neighborhood

J1 earn living."" This is\" ', lawyer to ey. l history of the,United State .v :| for,, less than $225 per acre..a-&-tt'
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' .. THE MIAMI ,METROPOLIS, AUG. 13, 1897. .' \I .,' f '7'



j The Book of the I ,Chronicles of Jacob. Bay Front For Sale, Ten,Acres'at North Miami .:
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Being the e. Uot ne Jof ne J of Sea
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From the Ocala Mal| and ExpresS: Twenty-one acres with a frontage ;
" North-MiamtToWllLots: CIf LITER I*. 400 feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of lion 3(5, TowDauipSa: SOuth of Range 41 '
East lying bet the'railroad and
; : + laud I lying between the place of;R.. R. MoConnick ween Bay,
1. The frost tmltefn the orange trees. 4. And very close to the Bay. Good land. Price
and' that of A. R. Simmoua
'. Ranging jn, Price Fro '$30 to $ 150.A . the people are In vran 5. The scribe cometh to south of Cocoanut Grove.) ,The finest, 3UOO. ,

1 Biscav, Property. I I, the, rescue of the; bi Ines' men, 11. Business piece of land for sale on the Bay for the 2-1 -tf. ROBBTXB, it GRAHAM. I
Helectedl\.Lit.of! Bay ne i re\ireth. 14. Sad fat ,of him that adkertiseth Price 84,500. Will take , ,
\ Tracts and ,Land* for r I , money.' one- '
A Print; Cheap tiVGStment. not, .
half cash ot only one-third cash,if neces NATION A : '
i ,, FrostProoiBearin ; Orange, Gro 'es. , > SOW it came t pass in those ,gays) eary. ,\ .

: \ "\i y "., No. i .Phosphate Lands.: chat there was great famine in the 2-18-tf BOBBINS & GBAHAH.? Home-Seekers 1 1 ,
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.j : Choice ;Property of Every Description !t. land ; \ INTEREST I REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
2. For a great and mighty wind PLACES OF ; ,
t ,
DESIRABLE LOCATION ON BOTH THE EAST AND I .
MOST '"
\ came from the land of-the North, that "
; To Be Seen In and About Miami and BlscaylteBsy. ,
k a
:_ WEST COAST.. lifth beyond the great lakes,. : t
I r. Mlles. ,
6, E. AVVa" .dell 3. And smote' the trees of the land, IloRapids 1 Exhanging Property for Property a \

tint they hare no fruit, neither., yield The Florida Everglades ... ... ... .... ,j .: ..: ;4 Specialty Send Description of what
: arltf-if Miami.. F1x : ..' \ ed their increases their season. Seminole Indian Camps... ... .J ... ..,. .. you have and what yon want. '
x The Punch Bowl and n.- . .. \\9:
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... - I v 4. And all the. p, ople began'to be in Cape Florida and the Old Light. ". . :. t.. .'.. I,MALABAR, IND'UX Rrvzs, FLOBIDA.
Fovtey Rocks Light----------------- .. .. Iw -
want. The Florida Reefs.. .. . .. .. r.. ...;. .. .. 15 C. C- CARROLL. .
ll 5. Then came :la certain! scribe, and DeepS a*Fishing. Y j 13 Qctip4fls;, Eeal Estate Agent, ..
The Coral Gardens. : : : : : :: : :::.30::::
gathered unto him elf divers: workmen, Bear Cut,...: ,. ... ., ., . . f ., . ..i. ,. ... 4 1
\ Norris Cut.. .. ...... .:.. . . ,2C '
: and skilled in the art of the
'men ( sar's Rock and Creek . :. .;. j.. .,... 25 MIAMI SHOP
printer, Elliott's Key '25 BAINI
t I i'/ li4 Key Largo. ::::::::::::. .:: :.: :: ':: : ;:: ::::: 80 '.
ruO fi. And said unto the husbandmen, TbeHuntlnfGrOands.. .... ..., ..,... .:... fi TJ. WEAVER, PROP, 'R.

and the. craftsmen, and, them that sold LittleArch ::::::::;:: :::: ::::. :::i : .: g gt and i ..
!I' Y9 4' fine' linen, I t Natural Creek Bridge.:.r..,:.. . . ,... .. :. ,13 Houses Sign\ CarriagePainting '

I It. '7. Beho'd, even now I wi pUblsh, Cocoanut Grove.:::::::..:::::: ::::::_:::.r.:::: : iI

throughout your bAsiness the, land. !I advertisements' of Lemon Catler Buena Vista City. .. .;:"..:::::':::':,:::::::::::::..;:..:!:'::.:.''i ; \ '

The Royal Palms ... I
8.. And men will come.from far)lands, ThE Giant Bamboos::::::::::::::::::::::: ::;,.5: ..I \ti.
Wild Orange Wikl.Lemon . .. ; 2 C
even from ,beyond the confines of the Wild Lime Groves . . : :::::: :::: ::.a: Decorative Wall Paper Hanging a'spec esalty.
county, Baker's Uaulover... .. .. .... .. . 15 t
Snake Creek..... ... . . .. . ....I i,...... .. 20 .. Graining;]Hard-wood Finishing ; \
.0. And buy your cotton, and your:tobacco : The Crocodile Pond. ._ . .. .. :.. .. . . '.....10 : and Kalsominfi All work_ I.
4 and your'fine linen. House of Refuge..- . .., . . .,.. .. -. 10 guaranteed Beat of references I,
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Indian Creek and Oyster BedSj.: '
10. And it was'feo. The Old Ruins on the Miami .j ,_.._. .'f10. , will be \given.Are. ,
Fort Dallas.! ... '. . D.and 9th St,, NltAMI., FLA.,
11. And the scribe printed the ads A, Cruise on titie', Bay of Florida and AmO''g 1 7m.r97-ly-hf : I
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the Keys '
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in his paper, and business revived, a'nd The Florida Gull' Stream... ... . .. ..0\0\ ....\ r I I ,
there vas much money in the land. Eight Hour Sail to the Bahama Banks.>.__. ( I -
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12. And they 'that did .advertise! I \ PEACOCKLOCATED tNN R t

clothed themselves in purple and fine TANK'S.We' .' \
linen and tared: sumptuously every! : I ONBISCAYNE' '

day, and said'unto themselves, Ha,Jial: Mannfactare \tall ': BAY..t

( 14. But they that hearkened not kinds and sizes of t.)
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Fire miles south \MiamL.
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unto the words of the scribe remainedin

," SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME !l' LOW RATES'! their tents; $ ijj The on the oldest Bay.and Headquarters"largest hotel, \ I

i 15. And the spiders builded webs in CypressTanks for the Biscayne,Bay Yacht :i
\ Finest Cuisine and Service. :AY> Transfer, Between',Jae somille and ffew 1.or i heir stores,:and the rats made nests \ i- Club. -

The'Fleet 1 Is compo"d of the'l following Handsome' N w steel Steamer: I In their money, drawers, r iB Daily Steam Launch Connection WiUi Miami. |

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\ Comanche (nev), ,i Algonquin, t IOJUOlsl t C er keel i Seminole.\ 16. ,And they wilt not wherefore this Bates, $2.00 Per Day and Upward.'t-

was so. Special Bates by the Week.

: \\, : N9RrH- ND'1 17. Ilowbeit these things are writtenin' G. H. DAVIS & SON, CHAS.PEACOCK::& SON Proprietors t,

SteameR are pointed to tall according to he tide. y .' ,1 the'chronicles of Jacob, the scribe, Palatka Flai ,
Frpm Jacksonville Fla. (call ug Charleston), Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays.From the',name whereof COCOANUT GROVE, FLA. "
Monda s'Wednesdays.n Fridays ,
Charleston 8. C. < ,
Write for
Few noun of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville. a*d Charleston,dailjj papers - \. Catalogue. 124-3-24-pd iS-Open All the'Year.- 1-1-U
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i SOU,I H-BOUND. \\Q A Competitive Examination

I Steamers are appointed.. 'to sail from'Pier 29, East River, New'Y rk -at 3 p: m. as follows:\,,
Fo" Charleston, S. C... > 'i- Monda Wednesdays and; Friday. 'F r:State Quarantine Officer I for St. P1a.f5ytethii
F or Jacksonvme.Fla.ii I; (c.U1nra"'harleston'Monda.' Wednesday aDd Fridays., reorge'a Sound' {Apalachicola and :
Garrabelle) will be held on ,\Wednesday,

Boston and Jacksonville-Direct J-ine, t t August 18th; 1897, at the office of the 1 Perfect '
/ Service \ .
Passenger
\ S; I State Board of Health in Jacksonville. 1 1Reaching
. .. ; H Calling Cparl'eston, S. C, both ways: ( Detailed information 'may) be ,bad of I

'STEAMERS: :**GEO. W. CLYDE"' AND'"DELAWARE"i I ,i the office of the Board. .. the Most; Important, ,Points in Georgia, Alabama '.

1 \ : Are appointed to sail as follows: \ I Ii I JOSEPH. Y. PORTER, M. D., South Carolina, Florida. Cuba and 1'' ., '
i FronX toot of Hogan Street; Jaetsouville FrtmJLewis'gjybarf.lBostonjCLYD.E'S State U'alth'Oftlcer'/
FRIDAYS : .i', t. \I -'V-5 'FRIDAYS :Jacksonville, .Fia.M Novia cgtia.Molst "I .

- -i :.Bp1.e JQj.d DBCotelsthe .
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ST. JOHNS RI I ER LINE. ,
1 \ CHEAP RATES, RAIL OR WATERTo
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I \ (DE BARY LINE* > f
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enville the,,Gf AR. :8rie4mpmentatBpfiralo: N.w- .hf a \..:
Palatka Ftaand
.Ya ,! Sanford; Enterprise' Intermediate York. '
J : the St. 1\\ / i.T l \
andipgs .on yohtt jJrir.Steamer c -. yt1letstYm
\ On account bf the above occasion the
1WELAKk" \ ', 'lant.'System offers an exceedingly I 't

l. ovvjrate\ of $2\t.70 for the round trip, !i r.'
\ T\ :\ Jacksonville to Buffal? and return,
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IOD'Ulei.1.;,\ ;', CAPTAIN 'W. A. SHAW;.* giving choice of three/' all rail routes A

:lA ........,..r.. ....... ..j|,.....,..,.H ...,Tuelld r' an4.Saturdays at 8:
Leave Sanford ..... ...,.:r.\ .t', ..? .. ...... ,s.' .',.. ......Mondays, and.\Thursdays, at 4.OO'A' m l Montgomery and |Birmingham, '. ;1
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;\ 'or Atlanta and Cba ianooga. Through ;
"t
'Pullman) sleepers' leave' Jacksonville :-,'>
neral Ptlasensl4'and\ teket Office, 204 West Bay Street, JacksonvtlWJNO I\ at 8J20 a.-m. and 7.00 'pp. m., on the

luickest* most attractive. and ,,convenient 'i
: L. HOWARD, t1u.r. t P.M. IRONMONGER, J F. P A- schedules Tickets sold Aug.20th
CK80KVtLL. TLA.. ( "a 'j
T.,0. COER, T. M.. tf4H.* | WARBURTON. E. P. A. M HJCtVoE. A. T. M.r to 22nd, limited,to September 1st.: All 03' } ,
t ; 5'BOWLUCa Gases, rxwToaE., desiring part rail and, water route -

a Wit P.CLYDE?( J v & CO.,;Gen'I Agents; can secure the very low rate of 32.00 Ik . >
round trip via Plant System to
{ Bowling Green.1V w York City. \ 18 So. Del Are. Philadelphia, litfGe 'Savannah' and Ocean 'SteamahipLineto 1i"r "

New: York. This rate includes ,
meals and berths on steamer; makingthe \ _

<)ria So'uthlern and 'Flora da HiiOptrater \ 'cheapest the finest and and most: fastest delightful) :coastwise tripon 1(1 West Coast',;Recrion 'of 'Florida. i : ,

si \vessels, afloat., :Tickets: sold for, steamers THE BLANT STEAMSHIP'LINE.: I
\ j \ leaving Savannah' Aug. 14, 16,. 17, : : S
The Suwanee RiveK Route.. t8, 20th and 21st. The 8.20! a. m. train
,. Steamers Between Key 'West and
S :will make direct connection with all ,Plying PortJ Tampa, ; :J

< Tixzie I these sailings..: Secure' tickets''reading Hapans'an'ci. Between Mobl e 'land Port t: .Tampa. ., 1B
Tab1 use 15, 189'7SO Plant System from acksonviJeany) .
\ detail arrangement will be perfected W., |WRENN, Jr. C.MoFADDEN, ,, ', :.5'h.. .

TH BOUND /STATIONS.No tO TH BOUND for' you and all inquiries promptly Pass.:rrafli aD ger. Ase't.Uen'1 Pass.::Agt., ";, _'t'l
answered.
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Pullman steamer
iii No 3 No 1 -No 2, NNo4''Nob or reservations i. Sa.'sra.Tma.'h" Oa.Key '
will be made' in advance. on j. .
7 60 rx, 20 ixave .. .sAOsnte.. ..,,.Arrive '7 35 7 4$ x ,; .. on notice given the undersigned.' ; . \. :..,i
1 la 140 Arrive 3..+".r a.MAeon..Leave 4 40 4 1 i :,.. It 1: k. Division
L. Todd
4 P x Ii x II5 a x Leare.. ..a.r, aeon. ...., Atr re 4 :5t P t 051 x 11 Oo. x Passenger I
.6 cl 4S A 2 iWr x Artive. ...Cordele....;:., ..Leave 2 20 i 45 8 28 Agent; 'C. H. Howard, City Passenger t Life
840 I 'a 3,60 105 12 25 640 I Agent;. G., W. Parkhill); City Ticket Mallory Steamship .,
..... ... ...... .: !p : .
1011D 14.40 A as ,} .vidoeta. :; : a o5 x to s2 r x a ao :Agent,Jacksonville,Fla. Steamer tickets -
.. 640 6,86 .......Jasper; ,....;:: ..;;.1002 962 .,...... ;, '
6 45 7 25 1t.,,,,..;.. Lake City. ... 910 9 00 ...:... limited to October 31st. Ag6-13 r : .' :
00 10 ..K.PALATKA::: 610 445 \ 1 | I. um 't < (N. & T. B. S. CO ,
... 1o. x 6 15 P )t .Tifton-Arrive too r li l G9 r x .,, ,..
.1.4.\. to 8 U0 Atrtve. .Leave 11 55. M 9 40 'EXCURSIONS .
ft 1& 1213 .:.'.......1JACESONPILLE... ..:::.:. F20 70Q, .t. ,I IqHEAP 1. ,
,,., 30 a T-;:; ve.r. Ti fton ,,.Arrive i2 00 n'o 15 P X........... To.*\New York" ,.City by the Way of Clyda Lint 1 . West Fla. DmJyCT New York ,
..... ,
ct, 00' a 1sAt ive.r.e.FITZGERALD.Leave 10 45 a x fi ro' ;.. \
Steamers.
11'1 r t 12 x ...:...:.. Rare. .1 el oats, ..,At rc ,. O 1lOP1I4otA.. ( *\
11 4! 124 ...;.. > I ,. Leave ...1?.... 52 382 The Clyde Line will put on. a special The magnificent steamers of this line are appointed to leave .
14 a x 214 :it.rTHOMASYLLE .45624!; round trip 'rate.of $32 from Jacksoville

..:. it alt t10 r. Leave,,.. .....Palatk .A oe 4 6O a x r.6 ......;... toew\ >:ork on occount of the G., A. Key West Every Saturday ; 4
.,: l40 r x 6 60 a x Arrive..Sanford..l.Leave 1 18 50 ........... Buffalo. This is it
,. : .. 1150 3 .,..,.. .. :. C .:,...:,.:. 12 m'' 116 p x ..:........ Encampment\\ at avery .r
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__4.. .._.. 2-os 1 700 ,: 960p.145 .... \ cheap rate and should be'taken arriving in 'NEW 'YORK\' following Tuesday.. Service arid accommodations c yr
BH5 800 j. AMPA.. ;Y .. .... ,. 7 50 00 ..... advantage Of by all, who desire,to take first-cl&aa. ,; t '
... Io ib a .......,. ..., .;.. .... .... ..i.,... of r x :r.,....., \,a trip North., Tickets at thjs low rater r strictly -
;; 1248 P x ,.. .; At re., Ornrond..Leavc .;.. 55 :..;,,., : Jacksonville DIRECT ;
:. $a ...,.:.a,.; .t. Rockledge: : .....a:,.. .:;_.,.:. 12 07 .......... many good to sail from Brunswick Georgia New Yorki
... .: 3 J0 .4.. . .West Pe1m Beach..:.:,... ..:. 4... 724 a x .;,,:;,.,. | of the following 'ships'and
.. t Pt ,..e. ;:r: .. .,.: a ...... dates, !viz; 1r1minoie" \ t>" \, \

;Sunday, August 15th;' 6 a. PASSENGER. .,SERVICE : ; l f .i

Pullman Buffett Sleepers the ear round'between Jacksonville- ,Flsl and Nashville' m Thursday, August 19th; Via Femandina(F..C. A P. R,..) and CU VJa Everett and Southern' Rail way,i t '_ .....:, .. .
ieBatvlaTHt n on Trains Nog. and \ L -
8 4.1
.9 1 b land Route ,
Sunday :
Operates Local Sleepers the year round between Parka. Fla;and Macon. ; Ga-, via O*8.& 22dlfa.' m., and, good, to return, ugust on Jacksonville ......... 15 ...JactsonvU1e..l.: ..,............... bop i.m.\4\ \ j '
F.direct on J'rainijsoJi.Sand 4. \| .:4..r..S }
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Lv. Fernandina : . m ber-t
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X any",ship up to October 31st. : ,Ar.Brnnswiri. :....;......:...,I.: .. .......6 .'.Everett... r>.... :. ......'..ft. an pm 1, fi t "
DfectLiptoFitzgerald (SbldiersxColony) via Tifton iTbe public' are assured that 'the"ser- : Datl! except Sunday r.'pru s'iri k. .;.?...,.. .80", *
y-i \Pasgengera lowed on board for supper unda.1I.. J. : l 1
EXPOSITION bftheClEdeLineisthefinestinthecoa 0
J' NASHVILLE \ '
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.nn 4 Trip lockets now on sale at following very low atei- a From Palatka. From Jax. hvise ,trade, and every: care and : 'PROPOShDSAILINGS':\.i.\9\ ,..
TenDssLimkTneedanandFhtrsdIyd;,., , ..4 t ,__ Xu. ,-E1la0yF.\ .jt2t80 attention will be shown-its.'patt ns: LT New fork,pier 21 E R.,\130 p. m. (Standard Time). Lv BrunewiekFriday \l
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Twenty Day J ...% . .t l 17160 July-9 : i' : RIO GRANDE.... . : ... Friday Jnly 1ft ".
fltnit \M \il The of'the Florida Grand "
October Jtit, Limit + iX t; **i7> j: .X :,'.!. : ..24 DO \Department! Friday Jul,6. . . ... .'.. ,. ... .. ,..5TAT&OFTEXAS. ..: ....Friday July 23-t
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The 8o nie Rnate.The htimrical Battlefields Route.. X I" Army of the Republic have named,, the Friday, Jnly23. . .. ... y.., ........'RIOGRANDER. ..i.: : ..:Friday,July ao.M\
Full information, sleeping car reaerratlona, mar-*, etc.,can be (bUinedprowpilr* \ *\ by writing Clyde,'Line as the,,official route for Friday, July aO.. . ... . . ... . .,.COLORADO ::. .v . .... ........Friday, Any. 6 T !
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upon comrades, and friends and the public Friday Ang --I. : RIO .GRAD5E.' \" ..,. .... ...Friday. Ant.P3SOIJTHW1CK _

1t : y: HUGH H. RICHARDSON, Gen./Agt' V are' invited"to Join them : Early THE 'MIAMI METROPOLIS, "' R. Wt ,\ y \I i ir J-i
7 Hogan 8 JaclabnTille,Fla appti ationto F. M. Ironmonger, Jr. ) J' .
% , : ) Miami, 'lorida.Agt.1l n *tbe/Key West,'Ka. 1 i

J 'LANE; G. A. MACDONALD. Fla \Pass. Agt, Jacksonville' Fla.; CHAS. DAVIES Agent 0. H.% MALLOBY\&' CO. \ ',
: , will secure choice state. room. accomodationa ( ,_, j t _
Q1a't8nptulat6adtuts i O n'lPMsen Agaat -- u "e" 'Ag- -20_ 1.1 -.J a ck?omlle, !7a..Y (Gen'l Agts7 Pier 20 E. E,Hew. .7kt.L ( .'.. ::;

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.' / A, few, Bedsteads, Springs and \Mattresses at Cot"; to 'CIos Out., ',1 .. '

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[ U13FiOF'/1llASTllR1AS It i is probable that\the project of es- attached. Prof. HobbV: ; has the con N ,.- Notice,[\:fur- Publication.

''tabliiJhi g the boat[oh a line between tract.: : \, LAXD OFFICE diHEsviLL .
Is ereby given I AT ,FL*;t
heB.4W."Johason 'and! Miami will abandoned \ tice'J J 1897.
re August iii :
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1\\ I \' on The schooner Jiowena )is on the counts due the f
'' wars\ Notice i* beret? given hat the
account Ioaowln-
of the
'of the
inability
\ owners signee of &
Dewey
: of,,:Key 'WestWisl\ i for repairs and repainting. > named settler bawled] notice of bl.. lntenUoo
\ to secure la satisfactory amount of insurance Florida, to the highest and best bidder
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to make Dual in anpport hla
for: Services Work Methodist L proof of claimand
!Pay \ on the church i ia/ue. at ;office in' the office;
the boat and my post building .
1\\ ; .. I; on cargo. She ing pushed. \I' at the corner of. 13th II I' that said proof tirflL fetp.de before.W. U.Kcatherlr. :.
will probably) be placed on the run between \ / street jand Ave ; ,U "g\| Commbuloner at ,Iflamt,

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GIVEN V I D' Miami '
ALLEGED TO HAVE BEEN IN BAIS- i I 'i: Fla./on Tuesday, the 3J"'t
. ) thi city andJMayport and 1y.. 11;. Culbirtsgn! .who ght'out of' Florida,on September;0, flirt,Yb:'Cbarles.J.
.t J. INO THE,.TUQ 1 ,I. way r day August at 12, oVloek, mid-day, ,Bone i "
\ ( the store and lot of C, i of Cocoaoat(4rove, Florida, bomeaUad
and ;
i\ landings, being devoted, entirely. to / tows, standard tune Safd lot ut accounts i Z.71G for the IOnttJ haft. iouthweit .a
of
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quarter
-" When Sank off,the :But Coast of' the State river work. *., I' !\ alMail o his'stockot merchajKUse,is.addidgto consist of those I hive been unable to ar f lon 10 aud north, 'half of'northwest qnaiter, 4t I

,\\ -Boat U Now Held Pending1\ his stock daily and/fd 1, Building up\anice collect: and I ha\"e.bt..en adid' by the lection 15.township&4 south range 41 eut.I. .
" .I Bond'Belnz Given. court to advertise same for two week ..
S
\ trade. \ names tbe Wltnesws
J ; to Key West I and sell them in ''.a lump to the highest fpllpwinj to prove
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Florida. .. L : Key West fo now\, getting a semiweekly i. Dr. Charles, U tzel 6f Ashland I Keri bidder for cash. A list of the accounts bill continuous' resldenoe!, upon and.cultivation.
said ,
\ From the CUiz(' Of lan.I viz; ; "
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.I mail VIa. the'.Plant SteamshipCompany which I will offer for sale be in fif
lucky, friend W.Culbertsonl may
a .
\ of \
I , ONSIDERABLE. | spt'Ctt.ifat. office l at : time Charles E Davie Cpcoantt GroTe,.Fla. \
my between
t1 interests' from Tampa. On and ,after who has/veen' spending a few week 8 any John B.McKenzl of Miami Fla.
was a. m. and tbe hour of
) \ sale
1\\' 1 manifested'\1\ August 23d jthe Island' City will recehe here, , ft for his, home I4st'ruesdiyt! } the day,of saito.Y.'S.' JEAHAMT on JC William J. While oft\illamt. Fla. ,
EarnestIlfaeonf ..
.I '' ( a semi-Weekly mail via. the Miami anKey d U expects to return to Cocoanut aui13-7J: .. Assignee!! ol Iiener& LunimuM. . Miami, v: y
Iweek'in
,\ the fate ; J3I&Ut-215epL! I J,St.ItatcoRegister s
I West .. ,
Steamship Company from rove ,
of' the i ii'ttlek next November,and I will probaj-\ )
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'j this city, wl acts will make, four mail bly make . '
:,k ; steamer Astu-: : purchase, property ;sand A..I- Zit. :S'I'URGIS
''I I eek. 'During the winter 'seas the place his permanent home. :, thiJ 1 /

r{ riasraJiUuiYel\ ::; serviceAWill be increased to twe kly 12tb StreetMJiuniNear .
low Kid," alias Arthur 10.ang'w'h ,' has been ,
Miami
over both.routes, thus gmrfg Key West Saddlory anti'ar11UIJJ Shop
i Biscayne \whoseadventures six mails,a week,..or a xfiany as Miami I for a week' or-so aria business! trip in > ,

.I I up'to gets. '. the northern part of the !\State>, returned Passenger Depot? ,

the present 'time It has been'Y knpwn for some time'that home last Sunday. \j ,Fine: Harness Work specialty r f ""f.Xj, .:.. "
would Oil I I 1 All_ repairing Neatly Done I
- a. very: interesting bOok''Writtfn >
tbe East CoaSt 'line wasi making, an Mrs.
has been \
W..Pekford{ ill for '
I 30apr97-Iy-bt Send for Price
Data for New
up by a competent author whohad ; Work -.
effort to secure a contract( to
tbe carry a the past few days,but is rapidly recov-1

, '>t s tt'rn'' means all. at Tbe hand last for one'overtook investigating part" the inail to Key West viaM' .. eying under the skillful care\,of Dr. E.J GEORGE B. 'BARKER.Watchmaker ,

mi. It was confidently predicted G. Simmons. : .
k the little craft just,as'she was ready;to \
at it would Jl ail in its:efforts. '
{jjon W. W.Culbertson.says.that)ire antid-j and'Jeweierte
start commercial
[ ner first voy The otticiali bf the F. E. C. K. ''W' M' o- ,
,Friday,afte ha9fngbeea fitted inland I, paled, a good deal of.hot and oppresai'vweather e] ::3
simply winke'djlhe other fr .
revamped from its long sojoi: ,1 at t '; th have the eye. 'during his Florida \(summer, j\ POSTOFFJCS BCTLDISO, 3irsatl,FLA., t I

} bottom of the Atlantic} O an.Braiidish 1 They contract. but now that we have reachedjtbe mid ,Repairing promptly and carefully attended; All work guaranteed.. '\. _
L. r : : They have a long pole. No, -tf-if, A full line and
die spectacles
alway handi
W. August he is of the opinion that eye glasses, on
Johnspn/of West
Key, There are of
'I plenty contracts,, where
through his procfef; E. P.Azte1I, f I the weather here is more cool and, r--
this '
one came /rom.
this city, flledXn information of Jibeo I I How about Nassau, .? pleasant than at his "old Kentucky!i CORELL'SLiwy: s \ro r fi'wl
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afternoon, asking that the boat be held I Jamaica?, I j Prof. "W. ,E. Boggs,. U:, D. LL.D.,

4 :and its owners notified 'tha\he wanted' Sob'ui America i ? President': ,University of Georgia l '
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1 a' ; settled that he left here for home last F and Sale
claim bad: .f dlred:1: Who can tel' what i is ahead.,for Monday His \ jStable

:for-att.olptlng.' to. f raise. the_boat. ;; last I Miami? II I; ' son, A. A. Boggs, is still domiciled at :
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fall. H 4l\ "" I :': the Peacock'nu.' [n addition to his :

From the,Citizen of Tuesday. '" S-t I, Contagiims Diseases. I" purchase of the Serbold property two I 11th: street near Avenue ,D, Mia mt.

:,; The : steamer, Biscayne, 'formerlknown ) Our readers should remember'thatSection miles-soath of tbe Grove he,has,about ' .f J

as' thcLAsturias, i, still! 'held in 2, 78, Rev.isedStatntes of the concluded to purchase: a sfx- cr tract 1_ Horses and!, Mules to, let and.for sale.. :

'\' ; the U8&dy.ol"tbe- ..United States Marshal State of Florida provides, that "Who of Hon. J.V.. Ewan .at E wan ton Bred ;jHorsea a syecialty.
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aq] the foot of.:.Newnan ,siei.: ever", ''falsely, or balicious: di. setp": Heights and erect a borne upon "the TeaS '

,' ,7\ The absence.of Judge_.Xocke oft the oat es or spread rumors reports concerning same , Carriage. : Buggy Teams' WTeamr

United Mates Court;frwn,the,city has the existence of any infectious G. Math .
t-- .\ C. ms, one of the largest : 30apr97-lyr-ir8 | f
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t: complicated matte'ra sotnewhat' in :the or contageous, .diseases shall be '',punished pineapple ' Lake : I :.1 ,
- growers on Worth
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.. delay of I releasing the:* boat' from,the by, imprisonment not exceding: ' '
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', libel tot penalty that, was entered. six' I months. or by? fine not. exceding spent Peacock Wednesday Inn. lie and yesterday at the : ': Near Bradyfs. :
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was canvassin'gtblsviCinity
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. against it last Friday. 1 one thousand lJa s." ** \ : '
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for the,sale of fancy'pineapple f Grocery
? ,; \ ." Tbe complainant i B."W..(Johnson of .4On'( ;' the other(\ himd all .practicing slips and we understandreceived D'I A

: 'i 1- .; ... I Key West,filed his claim.and, ,a stipulation physicians, should bear in' '' mia+d that good orders from A. A. Boggs d some. 'and. \ OrllS12th, .I seto
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.J | for ii court, costs, and the..defend-- Section 267T,Revise Statutes*provide? thers. . I : ,

,' \ I. nts, F. D. Broward -an I'U1rry'Fo: 7.- [ that. '"Whoever ':, being 'a,\(licensed or 1 / ., "' f "
'\. :ard filed bond practicing physician j It i is reported than a sale is pending wbw
: 4 for release.on .Satur- falls to report im-
,', \' 'Jay :in.thk sum,of $3,000whichwas; approved i mediatelp'totibe State Board'of Health; of Count DellOOou ille's fine "tract' of ;' "
4 ; land which is '
,. 1 1 bf the circuit clerk' 'of' tbe_ by,telegram. (lobe piid for,!out 'of thelunds bated on the road't .OPEN *
k't Cutler about :R'e'Sr.t'a'
: ai ited'Str'tesJ Court;in '.the:absence of to be provided for 'the ezpeFs ./three miles south of. tbe ''
Good
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Grove 'an.t' home-table board
,.... t 1' : lerk .O.Locke.. By agreement h .of the State Board of[Health ) or i in the "u""F'r { week or month. .by UM>

" Fa j' \. P. Azteil, proctor;for libellant.tbeit most expeditious( manner,every,case' of lion.'F/S.. "M'orse' Miami's veteran n *

". \ ''' -r b ,' .was' :to be released. without, a di-i yellow, ,fever, small pox or cholera'that real estatf: agent; is down to the Grove I 't.' : .* 'Cnisioe. Prices and service. 'J1l.f..ei.- .

' I r t Order ,from, the- :United States comes, [within|Ibis -practice, shall .be almost every day!\ oh ,business, He i is I' Moderate.Fredk. \ W'I .

\Court,provided, the bond should be sat;* punished by imprisonment (not\ exced' deservedly very popular and bas made 'I \ :G O:8. : ORrT. b221_ EMI, FI+ i.. i

:' 1; to ing sit i month several good axles recently. We ark 3apr91-tr.U "' '- _
actory Mr.Aitell.) Thisprovever or
,. : Y\is\ ; \. bylfine\\ pot sleet d- ,
ing'one'ttiousand 1a always glad to see his genial
,. hot to be the_rase. dallar9 j countenance

'\\". :.' .\ ,. 1 The, next\ move on the part of .the ,A. word'to'(he' wise'is. i sufficient.' " and grasp flax, honest hand. : S. Mprse;;

2., :i i Ilees'wat+,to endeavor, to, secure, ,an \I aglg.27' w. S. Graham, of your city?'was at ,

.' / r.aer fromyJudge'Locke] : allowing! ,tbe. t llcoco, NUT axOVE'ITEM ; the !Grove QD.:ojLWednesday and, << Thursday!
et lease, of the boat orratber .t '
i' ; ; to securean on important legal business. REALESTATE'

1' '. ej: .order io lUre, 'deputy clerk to givesbcb 'Mr.: Jes-.is',building\- sailloat l iprDr w understand'that the firm of \ \,
Gardner .
: release.
Tbe facts were -
wired to '
Boggs. .
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. AI" \ Sons & Pickford j re' Y't
t '' contemplatinga
Jpdge Locke .
,:and a'telegramwasri e- Commodore ,Monroe .building 1 ja .absolution of co-partnership.. l Miami Dade Co.. Florida. t
,;f i I' Aid last night! ordering :the release We ,. \
catameranthrty
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, length. It I
confident
;: are that, whoever
,
of the maysuc. _
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boat :
on $3,000 to to.
be
approvedr by looks I II ,
.. as, though it vrill be a hummer. ceed "" "
to the bnsinefas will have "
a good '
+\ the collector of customs.- "
AGENT '
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; . 'Fr in the, Citlwn: r\|Wednesday., .... Dr.Boggs will repaintjthe bouse he' thing' !' The timber,,'in' this vicinity FOR LANDS OF. V \

,, tJ .,The tug''',Biscayne' is still in the custody bought of Chas..Seibold> ,. \ ; of good quality and the demand is'constantly I I Florida! East CoastRailway Co. .

|af United States'Iarsbal McKay, ;Joe :Anderson,{ who camel here :t increasing.The . ,' : "

;Y. -or rather, ;;.that"'of,' ,bis 'deputy, ,'0.. B. start, a saloon" ty has remqved to Jam J.; t construction of several new residences r"gl.\, .1, : ( Florida Coast Line Canal and. ,TransCo.: .ti1r :- ,

k.: -1\\ \ -Smith, in the suit,for libel: filed Io't he John Storta, has= removed\ ) to Cocoa :wjll'be begun here shortly We : : Boston>! nd .Florida, Atlanti&-0oast_ Land:rq9ttk
1 Un: ted Statescourt' last. where are not 1tb rlzed " __d *> i
? : I : Saturday by Plum Point 1 be has y built i abouse to give the names

:; .t, B. .Johnson! 6f K 1.es ., Iac--, .. v/ lat I of the proposed builders at.present. i '

,'L F '; ..:.-.. \., co!!ce Locke withtheordersreceived iate: afternoon fro m v' Jas;> 7.arhell, of .OnnondFla., "' .,. has, A.' ..i.\\IBoggs;recently of Athena,Ga..? \ FURNITUREH ,

: Monday' rentedktheIIarry; Fozzard:warehouse.Hejs ; but now of Cocoanut Grove, has,rented ,:
i tbe-jbqnd had been / _
tbatl ot prepared for buying all.the guava be;" can get Ball Bros..cottage and has ordered bis t' h.
the tbevessel .
't Release
'it ; by
the owners, and extractingthejuice.. :lit will afterwards household goods shipped to this'polo '

'1-\.j '. with sureiies i !i jfi,W.In the Birrs, sum;:and of, $3,000 H. W.,Clark was as ., be.made into jellyto!< ;:suit the :illlrs,Boggs.'and'child: i and.:her, sister Cheap\ I :Cheap! :Cheap I

d( eaterdajnjorning' presente ", demand.,., ** r \will,arrive shortly. uThey will ,be a '
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- to Collect
-, of" Customs' Bisbee for, his' Captain Simmons 1 is also running his ':very desirable: addition to?Cocoanut i I' I.: . i . t ;. '
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..' ", attach:, .approval guava.factory, bayingrectiviedfar e Grove_ society. Mr. Boggs,has,engag, "some; Furniture
,. lie did I not 6is'sigoatureto 8 I ;
; it on :
' } orders; .I ed the services... .of MrJ,W. E. March df It8e.1 easy! paymentCome and ;
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yested' it ; :
probable. that 'I
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1 d i 1- : ',will: do't.'tu ), lie .._ ... J:+: >Binson's I ; bouse abouJ' !\ completed Miami' ', an' experienced 'or.ngeand. \\ ', ';. see. me in :the new :store on .

t' : ;i 'r '' and addscoasiderabie''totup truck grower,. for ,period,,of years.Work I .. .
1 By issi .
8 n"'ot.f: ; Marsbal atli NJ
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: i. '. .' 12th
; Street.
of
clearing 15 acres of. hammock I- .
end of J :
tj ,..tte boat wrps', aMowed to get the,Grove., .
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j,." steam jai d proceed;from tbe dock at the John;; Hinson is visiting friends ati'ected was' commenced' this week..' It, itt; ex- \ \ .l t . '\ - : -
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. to have 10 acres'' .
: planted to cit EDWIN NELSON
foot:of Newnan',1treet1; ,to the Plant Ocala. I\'He will'', return in'a week or was ( ,, r

I .Bystern: whams. And there to'unload ten days j ; fruits,this tall. J -........ ,
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-t .. '!> .,her:freif 1 ht::whichlhad' been' (Ic. E. Wimberly of Gainesville,,Fla.,' I r.l \ I ., ,
'. : 1' consignedto ,Capt.Archer! !; : is home on pis'\, vacation has land : J\ I 2Distilled
, ; \ \. .parties along the/ rented 10 acres of of Mr. Pot :K: <:J 'EI-
o\Ve'yEastICoast. and { '
; slaving the ,be ; \ _
.. hoar terwest'ot. (Grove 'and. .
. I,.!,The boatjwas.th bought
celled other
' and i
) \ f railway land, battled : acid engage'in tomstogrofying., c '
: oat for He will
repai re
- tions made.: \. t tIIartyBrate Water.
. Filiedf
L '! Orders
'\ The bottom of also
I tie vessel will be . : purchase a:home. Mr.'Wimberly Promptly r
4:' p {scraped abd ptfier minor repairs i made. will build a houSe 16x28, has' been engaged in trackiagatGlain.
e S MiamiIcyCo.S.N.
. ttthe. .hu ; 't two'atorieiwith'. kitchen.-an'd. ''piazza T, : :GladwirvMang'r.; ".1
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