Title: The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: August 27, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00572
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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'g _We are always, glad to receive' reports I, If you want a b cyelei go to The n.ha:' \; a ;handsome; Niagara racer We have 30 wheels rented now,: to The Key West papers, pronounce the',

TI of any society\[events;church or lodge \Miami Cycle jDo '8. They/sell bicycles to arrive in a few,days' Call and, see parties in'Miami by the week. This'is report that a contagions disease. existsin
meeting, anniversaries, celebrations, 'on easy payments. it. I\ The Miami Cycle Cfo. ,1' the way to do.,. "Vou own a wheel in'a ,
banquets{ ] etc. Such events are frequently -, few weeks "without extra charge. Call that}city as absolutely fal, e. They .
of a private nat reland\ the attendance Don't? send your nione| $; off for bicycles Master JohnY.: . Graham of Titus- and C us. The,Miami Cycle Co. claim that a gentleman'\ from Biscayne
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'--- is limited to members only, or ; we can sell 0 / rhea' wr here. ville is spending i week of his vacation J. E. Ingraham land commissionerof Bay named 'Gruener reported'on his 4fl
The Miamf Cj cle:Co ..
invited Hmce the :MRTa0PoL1s'repri'eentattreisnotalwaaable ] .
guests." at the Jourley.lIou:3e: Buena Vista Florida return to Miami that the death rate
the East Railway
I'I'S Coast has :
to
re- uer Kraut 3-pouUd cans 2 for 25 I I le, will\ return home\ a week from to- from was seven to'eight'a day and that be' "
occurrences. his
port such If the secretary returned western'trip to
cents.,.at T. N. Gaut/ "s.\ 2Jjuly-tf:: nor -ow-Septemper the 4th.NOTJCE. .. believed it fever. Rev.
of such meetings or:any other person headquarters at ,St. Augustine, and L., was yellow

;'l will furnish us with a report.tt ,will be Geo.;S. Adams, ot West Palm' Beach, I \\ .-We are ih a position to do Larsen: his efficient assistant, ,has departed Gilbert Higgswbowas h rea1'ewda19

;S t appreciated not only by us but will be l vas at:the,Conolly)) H use) ster ayor :-, the most difficult work at reasonable on a six weeks' vacation the ago, satified the METROPOLIS that Key
read with interest local sub ,
by our
; All work guaranteed 'at The West is free of a'n contagious diseases l''
prices. c ..
t scribers. .... : .... ,, .. . ; health cjrinkj 'Welch's. Grape Miami 'Cycle Co.'s.All ulkof which\will be Spent in Wiscon- and is.healthier than usnaithissumr ' til,
Juice .
t at Town ey Bros. Soda Foun- ,

\ Mill WE11s ,ain.. 'I | Agl3-27 \young men"white} ) who' areln- jn.A $50 bicycle free inside of' lfdays.l! mer." / + %
: .CIE.AT.
I \ ''I)Order ),you-' clothing from Wana- tern sled' in the organization of a cornet he Miami Cycle\ Co. has issued 100 The committee which met. at,West,

I maker &1 Brown., See their fUll line of band are requested to meet at the corner tickets. Each\ ticket is B0c\ and entitles Palm Beach last Friday -to examine

i : !samples at Goodrich &; Bryan's.: ht 12th street and Bay Boulevard you to 2 hours' ride an'tlmelur.- candidates .
for
.1 I Has Minor Miscellaneous Miami Matters \' \,.,... ( ing the next 30 days. One of the per- ;the free scholarship
at 7:30 o'clofk this,(Friday) evening. ''
S Pants guards, 5c; pumps, 15c; sofis buying tickets Will be presentedb which Dade ,county is.entitled to'In 1

': ';;,\\1 > :#Modestly, Ucntionei atching/rubber, 5c; bells 2M''' and ,.AVe( \push our business and push in } b a ,lady's or'' ent's bicycle free. '* the South Florida. Institute got badly i t ? ,.

:e, / ; :. 0c.:\ Th7 Miami Cycle, 'I Co., : \ (the" right directionrand then we can In Sunday, August, 29,''Rev. J, :A; mixed. All three of =the candidates ;t

1. r Best/California Apricots 3-pound sells You a w eeLfor $1.50 or, $2.50 a Jlo land preach and' were. ineligible and'sbouldn'l hare,been- t
; Bicycle forks reset from 75c.'\;'up at The Miami Cycle Co., wijl morning: ev5 S
.. . I The Miami Cycle Co1 .',,.. ''I ean'v20\ .*eats, at N.Gauti rjs.\ 23j.tf week.,1\) nine at the"Presbyterian pavilion,. opposite examined at all. The committee will, '

.' ,-" C. ..l Hillard of Dinsmore \'a heavy Puri ghisrecen4vittoTallahasseeS. Hotel Miami, and, in the afternoon probably be asked to m'eet'again and "-.

1: : ', I f''T.'Eggs N.Gautier's.20 centsfguaranteed fresh, at rum ir1,dealer, is in the cityfa\ ain and L. Patterson,-,the1{efficient assistant of ,the same;day hat will:preach.at ,hold another examination* The quailJcations '
U3julytfflee
:" : "!- &, re steredat Hotel Miami. \\ lathe, J,a Tpflice at Rqbbins tfe Graham, Everglade schoolhouse,'at 3.30stand: of candidates' should be published '
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; :' Goodrich *iB/yan's samples'of I'I'r: return i way -a diriitBtothe .Supreme-Cfotirt: ard t me. All are 'cordially invited to ) ,:so that only eligibles, will present r ''

; I- clothing. Suits from $7 to $30. I ohn ,T Carey from upon ..:,Jf )0'f:ex'Chief, Justice>Geo7v theselservices.In themselves before'the. committee., ;.'- P

: : -' Wbeel cleaned:inside and out fox 75c ..e r Strip\ to Key West last -Tuesday_ ... ...' ,. ) : :t' "- : '
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.... bight lhteamer Biscay : ''\ - absence of Dr. Jackson;16caT I ,We regret to learn that the health '
:4 _' \ ;byThe: Miami Co..Anything .\ e
#; l Cycle I Don't pay $;s for'a wheei when you surgeon fort the"-Florida East Coast I E.'F.. McKinley Esq., is worse than .
... Il 1' ; : We are 'offering some biff bargains jan buy, 'one just as good for $65, and "Railway' Dr. Platt fort ,the i'
partaining\ to the dru surgeon when ,he was at Miami, and ,he ha/:
} in.bikes, on little'paym nt83: to 9 we repair same free of charge for {six t "
,line be found Bro ', road at Fort Pierce summoned been
4 can,>- at Townley ; mon hs'time, at, The Miami Cycle Co.'s months. The.Miami Cycle Co. was to r compelled dissolve his connection -
;" Ag13.2L / attend!the wife! of Mr. Baldwin,-one,of I with, the raw firm of CbiUingI -

: : We know how to mend punctures T. D.! Brown and Miss May the en 'neers of the road and arrived I Atlanta
/ ikw worth & McKinley of and has
That sign of Frank T. ,' ,
# Budge's, correctly. Try us. We charge less .
De Bogory C. M. Milburn and Miss
/ ''amateurs. ; here on Tuesday He found removed to Brewerton. New York,
: our-bai'dware merchant* is *a b auk* ban The,Miami Cycle Co. Mrst nigh.
: Luba De Bogory. Julia D. Tuttle, Mrs.,Baldwin. ', anticipatedand I where. ,be will, endeavor tolegain'hi ,

.."' : ;"" 'Best Mocha and Java Coffees', 1lb.cans JBay.Biscayne Lodge' No. 31,\ Knight } W.,D.;'Stiirtevant' and C. II. Thompson, left for home the next morning.: health. Mr. McKinley" was' manager* '

40 cts. 'at T. N. Gau tier's7. of Pythias, will hold ,a business meet took' Sunday' dinner at Hotel Miami I t
: 23j-tf; Our icycle ,hospital ii the largest I of,the law office Bobbins, Graham & '
a -i / ng this.evening. Let;there be 'a good the first day of this week. south tit Jacksonville Fla. We, have Miami /J"
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Chillingworth '
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Yt The wheels for year <
Niagara t at The I
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1: .... \ |,3tiamt. .Cycle Co.'s.. ,, / attendance,'y II. We 'can!\ make, your old tv heel look in,stock 40 whl'eJ's.and 2 tandems. We h many, warm friends in 'this city f,...
:1"' ; \ have 30 wheels rented out by the week. I
1 Each wheel in our renting livery is like new for a couple of dollar?,and who will sincerely regret to learo of
: .. ;; 4i!|r:Bide, Crawford wheel:/ For.rent or in : after we do it will please you; if not Total, 7:1 wheels. We'are here for bus i
new and perfect order. A trial i win
\ his condition.
iness. Consult before and } ,
us baying
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.... convince you The Miami Cycle\,Co. your Cycle 25 cent. The Miami I
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ti'res 'I'IlIr. Archdeacon Gilbert Higgs.of|
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Buy your of The :Miami Cycle We tradeand if puu Co. ,
J .Coand you'will sage money. "' \ elsewhere want .your go J.. 1). Parker and Mrs. M. H. "' ; 'West held services at Trinity P. E. 1A
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we know you pay more. A ,. If you wish to spend_a few weeks on
'J word to the Wise. :The Miami the METROPOLIS to extend Mission last Sunday. The chapel was r
A crusade: againsy the, (saloons has ) Cycle Sapp request; i beautiful Bay Biscayne; you cannot
I been inaugurated atr West PalmBeacli.'t.,4 ,. C9.l\ : \ > their' heartfelt thanks to their friendsfor find a more\ 'pleasant stopping place well filled and the congregation" very =r

,- \. : : .excursion is scheduled to 'JeaveKey (heir'' .many deeds of kindness,andexpressions'of ,I than the Lemon City Hotel. It is 'attentive. In.':the afternoon he held #'
K : : Canned :Meats and Vegetables, fresh., services in the Union Chapel at Cocoax d
West for ;Miami todayRate $2 sympathy in their : located
\ at T. N. Gautier's.Wheels ., recent pleasantly) near the, depot and '
g for the trip.' Tickets to sad nat'Grove. The choir and a party of -{
) ; round good re-: > bereavement w command a grand view of the Bay.
,, rented the Mete members of the Miami church went
by week at ,
urn-next Monday. i : 'r -H
, : at 7 an'd close 10 to 11 The rooms are large and well.ventilated
i\ York, _prices. The Miami Cycle J Co... Wfe 'open. a. m ; down to the Grove and attended ser .:;.
Just,received some, handsome bicyIes. p. m. We can sell bicycles cheap. Nowis , the table is good, and the rates are archdeacon "'.
I Good enamel only 25c per' Best the time to buy. Only a few cents vices; with the He informs
,1 1 can. : Prices $40 and $oO, sold af $1.50 a very real nable. :Special'prices to
j cjejoillOcatTheMian2ICycleCO.'srorto, : MiamZ I .OO weekly! payments. The day gets a bicycle., The Miami 'CycleCo' families by the week or month. Writeto us that he expects to secure a ..)
\ ycle Co.lrsJohnT.Carey. t prominent,clergyman to take charge :;
; Rico slips and suckers for sale t )Mrs. John T. Carey, \'manager, ,\; ; ,'

'from' imported stock.' Apply' to'' H. ) .; and her daughers. R. R. McCormick, Esq., of Cocoanut Lemon City,. for rates, etc., of the work at Miami about October 1, :"

1: rice:Williams, Miami River. aug6-tf t; Mrs: 'Mary' Schmidt and\ Mrs.Panuie Grove, who has been making his headquarters to remain here ,all winter. j\Tbe\ Archdeacon ;

\ :Arthur F. Lang of Cocoanut Grove Sawyer, ,spent Wednesday\ in for the summer ,at Lake Edward The Fro ida East, Coast, Steamship, left on the steamer' )Wednesday -t

in impor- I Quebec Canada has started ffnto' Company is (now carrying? the mails night for his home He made a great ; ,
; ras the city last Monday on the,city on, business, :.\ \ ,
4 ? s 1 between :Key West and 'Miami semi-. calls his parishioners
many
nt business.' .. j the wilds again on a six weeks among ;:
11 We have 40' weeela in ,stock. '\'Call 'According to ,tte[ Key"West
until weekly. while here, and has endeared himself
bunting[ trip,\'or about October ,
? and examine./ ) 'i>'-
Wecan interest -
wheels ypu if .
have
We to suit all a1 ,
for
r4 i : persons. 10tb. > papers the contract calls 10-hour to many.of' our people who hope that
need 'The Miami "' i
Small wheels children. The Miami ,you bicycle.: !, CycleCO. and :
\ service i between'Miami Key West. he be able to time to
Cycle Co. ;; TliWhen 1 r .' J' l : may spare pays
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t' 'Russell Just received 10 new bicycles at The The steame Vigilant has been chartered another visit to Miami in the near fu:, t
\ \ Mrs. Adolphns! of Lemon Miami Cycle Co.'s. We are agents for '
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you.ride
i ; get a good wheel and will be placed the route :
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the,best are for:, hire at The Miami Cy- City, who has been on a visit to friends the Niagara, Crawford, Road King, on ture., :c _
Pyramid, Westminster. Bellis, etc. before October 1. The alterations on : I "IF f
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( po.". at Key West, is expected to return on l ; {'
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i Call and examine. the ofey'West will be
f. the steamer, : City soon completed Services at Cocoanut t I
to-night.
-10; your order .,for tailor-made , ,i ,, ', \ ', Dr. J.,Y. Porter, the efficient State and it will also be'put on the 'Public services will be conducted a

"'-'guarantee clpthing to a Goodrich fit. & Bryan.' ,They : I working"'John,,in- ,.the'the ,D'utchman"repair department is how\ Health Officer, writes'the METROPOLISin I,run: on or about that date.'. ' :\, Union' :Chapel, Cocoanut' Grove, ,,next ,

.fi W. M. Featberly spent:;,several' i days i The'' Miami Cycle:: Co. \. |\ 1 1Airs. regard to,the rumors from Key West The Tropical Sun says :* '.Another Sunday at,11'a.'m;and 1.p.a :,byRe,' t
which mentioned in '
were our columns opportunity James Bolton. "A cordial
invitation
boy or gir has an y : to 1
h,\Jacksonville. and] St. Augustine this Frances E. Comstock. ..Is pleasantly .
that if the parties :who: started them to a free scholarship. Senator ,all., t
i .. secure a
; week0t\ | u.ines8.\ domiciled at Hotel Miami while '' ,
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; become known to, him it may fare bad- Dimick has been asked. t6' nake Ian appointment I. I I I Sam 1

\ #' AH sizes of wood ri'msin stock;including extensive I c alteiations'are( being' madsat I ly with them. ; for free' scholarship from ',' Reliable seeds: 1
racing.size at The'Miami, beautiful Fort Dallas. : ,
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this district. This embraces free tuition I A. W. Livingston
's, \* Don't buy a second handed wheel until handling }
10': c1'1CO. /i Tandems ''are' all the. go. We have you' have it examined by Williams, in any co rse in 'the Literary Department Sons new crop seeds and keep them in s ,

r qall and 'see the Road'King,the kin another!'ones I to arrive this week, only!\ the bicycle'dealer, He may be able to of tjhe Florida Normal andBusiness bulk 1 Sold at catalogue prices. Send :,

L of all TWhen -priced wheels. The Miamit SOc Pet,houI'jat The Miami, qycle Co.s.The tell .you something' to,your advantage; : Coll ge at White Springs for Livingston'sfall' catalogue for gar- .'

OYl1e Co. ., of the liami arid if not, then no charge. \ : deners. JAMES A..PJXE, j
steamer
/ 'l new> ,, Anyone des ring appointment alS-tf Postmaster Cocoanut Grove. ;

, : you want to:hire a'' citi.The"Miami Vis Key West' Steamship, Company, called E. B.'Carter, chief engineer? f for, 'the should address Hon. E; N. Dimick for ,. '' I

Cycle Co. !They rent.. the Vigilant is expected 'to go on the Dentists Card
,the ibest wheels. : T. , Florida East Coast Railway Company, particulars an r oire'ments.r"'I Dr, Charles Wetzelof Ashland E'en-
1 *, ran on September 17. :Jt is claimed to arrived in the:city Wednesday'to inspect return Cocoanut t z
r Jr. tucky'will to' Grove /
Jackson deservedly
1'1 ;" Dr. Jas M. out :- ..
AVood rims put in while you wait 80 be'a, very, fast ,boat.", the new .-terminal witness ,the has and open an.office on' or ab o.tNovember ;
to 45 minutea i by Williams, at TheMia 'popular physician, returned 1st. recommend ,
He comes highly
nlXycle: Co.'s. t I A new stock of "b"ic) saddles just operation of the,\ new pile-driver and from a' three eeks' visit to Bronson. ed by' 'prominent residents, the ;
received at the Miami, Co.'s. dredgeand to conter-with L. R. Ord
44 1. J.TUPaufsen and his" daughter Miss Cycle I' lie came'back alone.' 'It was htsttteir, Grove who have known,him for, many'1e 9 ay
resident "
,Annieof;' Modelo, were 'intb: 'city on.Tuesday I Rev)Gilbert',Biggs} ,,Mrs. J. S. Fred engineers tion to bring"Mrs. ,Jackson, and\ the rs. 'Ag13tf '

and_Wednesday. \ erick i : and aMETROPOLi9 representatn : To farmers and fruit-growers : Bring baby girl, alon with him-- but Mrs.:, 50,000 choice,, smooth cayenne pine-*'

I f t r' tylesaflQwpfices.! took supper'.and spent a. very pleasant on your choice; and lucions fruits. Normatfer Barco, Mrs. Jackson's! mother,1ike all apple suckers, 12 Inches up, all homegrown

handle bars all eye log at the QourleyHouse-Buena, ,if that"'fr'uit' fiend, "M., grandmas, found, it more of ',a trial ,- at $12.50 per 100, or $}25 'per i
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The, Miami l'Cycle Co. 1 "I ,Vista,.last Moodaynight.some .. F'eatheriy'is out of'the.'city, them are than' she, anticipated to partlwitb11het', t 1000; when ordered in 1,000 or more lots a

Mrf\:> nd Mt..'B. Manly :Hoodie and second-band' bikes'for' still enough'of4 the METROPOLIS :force little jjranddaufchter, ,so"th4 [Doctor Cash' with orders. Freight prepaid., 't '
good $25: < perfect.
guarantee,very plant
'child; Jo{Lake City;Fla.;are registered: $L50 weekly_ is all we:ask.. ,The, ,Miami i left; to' demolish'"a large quantity. consented' that, jthey'should, stay with 'I' Address 1 ,. 1. Gxq.H. WBIOHT,

.l ;at.the. Hotel Miami. ;, :: Cycle,, .Co. .:, T ,..' ,:Hurry,. it up before: he returns." i the old folks a few-weeks, longer.,\ ,.ag6sp24, / | ,Orlando, Fly,; vi
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\ \\ Modelo.1,1" I I' Forty acres on the south fork of th Notice 'for. Publication. \ V .

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.fasg* T NU.lpJsto St. Lucie river being n i of lot 4, of LAND Ornc:', AT QAISESVILLK' FLA. i [ C 4R JL R.
qiY\| -1i.1 (D I FICE.) Sec. 1TT.S8 8., R. n F.. Good pine I August 9, ItI'L'! T : ,

By Rev. E. V. Blackiilan .in ,t lie August Florlilw apple l land at $3,; not |3U;'an acre. Apply Notice In hereby given that the fo.Iow _

t peptessions C; East Coast IOJn lt'elu.'r. to BOBBINS! &: OSAIIAM,: july2-tf named settler baa filed .notice'of, his Llae Between' ;lda and all

The new town of Modelo i is situate to make final' proof in support bis claIm. '

about thirty miles norih of Miami on' V .If bur gubscribVr's\ will look at th that said proof' wilt be m dd before\ northern Points.V V t'
date which is a part of the address on! Featherlj U. S. CommUsioner at Ir
I the,East Coast Railway. This bone their paper and will remit if they are! Florida, on September 2U, i*7, tU; ,. August, Ga., Co-V _

of' the new colonies, (hat have within. ; in arrears it: /will be appreciated.1 Rose of Cocoanut lito.et Florid, Washington Baltimore, :
New York
i the. past year becomel I \ interested in Money is hard to get hold of at this 22T7GMor the south half of south went: q Philadelphia( I
(;. 4. Ro8 WALTER 8. GRAHAM Boston and. the. V
:o. I S. V half V
couri season, of .the'year.. section 10.and north of northwest -
farming in Dade y'. On Saturdaylast ) East. .'
V section 15;township t-outli rluge.u cast.He
RdBBIHS : we had the pleasure of meeting I Central Business Lot for Sale. i names the following .witnesses to t. Macon; Atlanta Chattanooga;
I GRAIIAM CO. ; LouliTlllej Cincinnati and ChictKO.. ",
: Mr.JP. Paulsen, the general nana- I The west GO feet of the l lot"upon his continuous residence urwin and eultl\ Birmingham.! Holly Springs, Mem t 'i)'

ger, who is the moving, spirit of this which' stands the Metropolis building. of said land riz: .e .mie Rock, Kansaa City'. ,St.Lonli, Chit-a-
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; t t- t-1..a."W'' young settlement. Thus; far there"have A130-foot' streetdivides Jot Enquire I Charles. E. Davis of Coooannt hove, Fia.i Junction Citjr. Penmcol Mobile- New Or-
;)'" .11. Featherly1, i John B! McKenzie of iiianil. FU. .Texas Mexico,California and. the. .Paci-<
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; families
heads of purchased "
eighty-four
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Mlamt. t.
: : COUNTY William J. White o( Fla -
MIAMI, ,DADE' f FLORIDA. property there, and Imore are being ;ii". Cheap WildLands. Earnest Hlnabn of Miami'FIa.i' EFFECTIVE MAY 10, 1897. .,

flrill practice In aU'eourts. State arid Federal continually added to ':; the settlement.On :! V :We offer&0 acres with good front on tba ,ISaui-24 ept* J. A. PAUCO. w 8:1 YORK:'a. rn Ex.; with ruts*Through NO; 38.) Leave Pullman Jackson-Sleep-

)-' Special Laud Titles.facilities We for' have examining the icnly and perfecting-complete I inquiry we found! 'that the com- Bay, situated on Key Largo, near Pnmpy. I Notice |Ilorl> Publication.LAND .HsTHnuatr Philadelphia.Colombia New York, W..blngton.8al-and all Eastern t .

1 abstract!books''covering South Dade countyJ'. 'pany-was: hard at work, demonstrating kin KeyVbeiug lot 3 of section 12. and V OrncE OnsEHVitrK, FLA, I ." Connect for Fernandlna. Return Ii
1 and receive daily reports from tbeClerk ot lot 1 ot section 13, Township LiD, Sooth July 19, 1:117. No n reaches Jacksonville ':30 p.nu ..
"the Cirrtiit Court at Juno showing all land what can be raised with profit.,. Experiments '
Range 40 East. Price $1$ acre. / Notice VOKK FAIT MAIL No. 86, Leave J ark* I
transfer All the certified Abstracts Title per is hereby given that 'the '
: for South Dade countye. made at our Miami' with Irish potatoes,'tomatoes ''Also lot 4 of section 31, and lots 1,and a'l'ed: settler has filed not Ice;of' his Through 1:00 f.m.Slerpers daily for JarkftOnrllle same points to north.New I

office. 1 j ..1-tf-hf in fact nearly ail garden truck, 2 I of section -32, Township 00. South o make final proo| in support' of bin.. i Keturn' No. :35 arive Jacksonville 9:10 t'

has been highly satisfactory, proving of Range 37* East-111 acres. This is a hat said proof will be mad bsfforeW.\ 'M, .ct !AXD jACEBoNTiUJt' No. SC Leave 1

4 -WILLIAM SJCOTT GORDON K.-BBOOMK doubt that not Only the prairie peninsula'near Madeira Hammock, on heriy, U. S. CommiMslonerl' at! Miami. 1:00 ]Ip. m...ila Everett: Macon
beyond a the mainland. It baa a mile of nice shell viz .Chattan Ol&a. Connect for Louisville, '
SCOTT & BROOME ida, ouAugust *>. l !ft, : < ,
., and muck lands, susceptible of beach and madeira timber. Plica S3 per .nowles, of'Lemon' City. Florida V vIUe.ttLtLonlfl. Chicago and all Northern

..ttoineys-a.. raising 'larger, 'profitable and varied acre. 4 I )!,CW! 'for theyouth elit\\:quarter Of the western>nvUIe8IO points.ajm.. Returning train arrives
.I PUBLIC OFFICE 2,18-tf: KOBBIKS: &AHAK.Ii West orl' . ROUTE, Through Pullman Sleep- (
T. r. NOTARY IN crops, but.the pine lands, also are rich sectqnVcz4V and south half '
.. Car service toe Cincinnati via Savannah,
.4 Collections Will practice promptly In all attended State and toj Federal Courts.. and- well I',adapted- to.the\growllig\ of all Ii!' Nice Building: S.te" V dnarter' s ctlon2i, 'iowriahip 52 south, .,Anbeville. Hot Borings. Knoxville. .- V
\ I the celebrated Mountain Couutry of I' I
1 OVER';, JAsit pr BAY, BI5CA.\ L varieties, : truck so faras. tried. This Close to the Bay front, north of A. R. T-lie names"- the following' ,! wltnenses l to Caroling. Leaves JacksonvllIe7OO p.m. 1

;c ,llJnne87fc t company,has now planted; .threefourthsof Simmons' place, south/of Cocoanut his coutlnuoits residence' upon and eult . *.<-tMon.Ule.:1Uam.Cincinnati'7:40 a. in., Returning. ,, "f'l.
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Grove, containing 1M aorefe.. 'Price $300. i'I I ,
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an.acre ef''sugar-canwhIchi, shows of sztldiaudviz: \ : line through the beautiful bill country
: 1AS.T.5LSDHBS H rT IJiSo1f ::/-18-tf HOBBIES &>OBAHAU, Edmund F. KnOwtesof' LemonQitrlFla.Edmund Middle i FIortd Peimacola, and Escamtia
: every sigh of growing most luxuriantly. JV --_. / leave Jacksonville 9:15 a.nu by No.2 daily

SANDERS .&, A ATKINSON, They, will use the entire crop of : T, Ewanton t- rILJpt H/ights l. three acres, parry Nile F.:,Moffatj of Lemon of Leirou 1 City,Fliu City, Fla., Lake City,: ,River Live Oak.Junction Madison PensacoU Montlcello Mo. V

cane next year to enlarge their acre- Bay.l front{ one mile south of ,Peacock James Hnbei, of Lemon. City, Fiji.WJlulr , New Orleans, and the! sooth west.Mexico.
4 and Coimsdors at t LaW \ and the Pacific Coast. Carrie sleep '
.AttonKVs ( age. This: they purpose to make one Innjat. | Cpcoanut, rove. $300.. Very : .27auf;* ,...j.: ,L\ BARCO. R Return No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville 7:55 .
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Over 4UV fet front .
on county
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cheap. :
I Uffice Iirown'sBrlck In Rooms Building I and 2,,. of, their leading industries, and finally road and small fronton the Bay. Beautifu !L V Notice of Attarhment. V *. Jacksonville- ':tS 'a. m. for Starke V -

to develop it into large proportions. south of the In the County Court of the State of Silver Spring Ocala, Gainesville
; building
MIAMI j /site just .
2-IHf-bs. : FLA. V Key Wild wood-. Leesbnrg. Tavares,
t ; They have also planted three and one- place of lIon/.J. W., lwan. Apply-to I ,and for Dade County.J. In\\ .Orlando Lacoorhce; Dade City,Plant

,. half,acres of .tobacco' of\[choice; vane-' july2-tf / KOBBIXS ORAHAM.i . E. LuMMr, 1Oick. I .Tamp. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. m.I

Robert R. Taylor, ties. Thisyeartheydid not raise theirown !Ii i -' h f" *-. : B. BVLWINS and [Attachment. ooctl"K Route-Through' Pullman Sleepers
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take Worth Front For Sale. U. L. IIA*NIE. j Everett,Macon, \t1anta..CbaUanooga.
..A. O t 'W". plants .and ,were late| in securing V Tweuty-figbl aCM, sitnate two miles To .eo. B. Blevins and II. L, Ha)nie. .'e Jacksonville WO p. m., arrive Nash
their supply. So far this'' gives south', suit and all 7 KX next p: m. .
FLORIDA. crop of West Palm Beach, in Section 3 ants In abovje entitled O V
MIAMI Ja
I : ,; Nashville 9:00 A. m.arrlve. kson. "4
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promise\ .an abundant I) eld. Next of Township 44, South of Range 43 EaSt. sob interested: .1 :IO seal .. m- T. t
: ,Office'on', I4th Btr tnpxt, they will greatly enlarge the' Price'SS; ) per acre.. You are hereby notified that a w'ljlt of a. in.-Leaves Jacksonville for'Bmns- ,
store.' year. ; by the Cumberland Route Steamer and
Watson's Hardware I \ 2-18-tf BOBBINS & GB H.UI. went has been Issutdagainst you and your Sound.*. ,
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: l-o-lf' \ .acreage. \ \ I.1 I. erty' I to satisfy the demand of J. E. p. m.-Local for Everett Close connec

: t. They har also two and, one-half' /\\1 Ho For.Cocoanut Grove., amounting to sixty-two dollars and t\ ..or' .Brunswick.. Shortest' and. quickest.

'AiR. Simmons, acres set pineapples I which i are making .he! fast and commodious launch V et nt,. Now,unless you shall appear p. m.-Lqcal for Tallahassee-'V rnd Inter I
Court in said suit' and plead or demur 1
points. Arrive Jack nt1l1e 4:15
rapid growTh.This .' aimler" I leaves Peacock wharf at Co'oanutGroveevery p.m.
a.t> 'W" a /surprising/ \ for and V
A-ttorney declaration Died therein at, $the Clerk's :- p. m.- Tampa Intermediate
'c 1\\ l' '; branch ()f their business will also I morning except Junoy! said County and State\,on the Rule' 'i .- Pullman steepen. Arrive Jackson-
8, o'clock for Miami arriving 7:35 a. m. -1(' k- V
nndayat -
cocoANrr GROVE' FLA.i .' \ be Increased next year. Soj far everything October, A..D. Iss?,' being( the 4tb day : g Sleepers'for Cincinnati Tla Asbe-
: o'clock I '
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oot Avenue D at 9
I : at: .or entered '. Jacksonville 7.00
| lila month,a. dt'fauUiilJ be against leave at m. arrives
hat this
; Omce. &t'Resldence.\.\. 1-iy-hs ( colony leavin Miami for Cocoanut Grove at due course and applleationlwiflbe made Ule J:41 p. nu.arrives Cineinnatl1l:40 a.m.
\ j the gate; ,promiseo 1030a.m. 'rare 25; cents each way. Macon Atlanta,two.trains dally. Lear
"i' Plant'iv court for final Judgment,and your 8:15a.m. and7:00p. m, .
make to '
\ Will returning
HT I satisfactory;returns. special trips, be sold to pay the debt. rates to excursion points, in effect .'
", o.IIefl.; ,, Miami Jin theevening for accommodation is97.t 1st; '. *
\ r . Dated this 1st day of July,
\ They have also planted many varieties of parties,at very reasonable rates. V V t t\.F.QUI Sleepers on all night train 1!
i tt :rney. sut. : ::..a. of fruit trees promise Go down and a day or twot ; -Send for Best Indexed Township Map Of
't \ which gjv\ ?, spend : [SEAL.] Clerk of County to MAC'DONNELL '-
:4- i JKxT";: WEST Fia, & of, rapid development.The . j' ',. / Cocoanut Grove, the prettiest place on ';SANDERS I & AT'KINSOH. I A;General o. Passenger AgentScotchmenj, V
; r ' the Bay. Spend day at the home-like, i Attorneys for Ilain E. S. PENNINGTON Vi'rame
\c Will practice tn all hponrt.8i State andFederal. colony is jubilant, 'over it" Peacock Inn and see the avenue of roy Manager.,

.It- I\ 1-9-tf., success bo far, and in the'In Rr future al palmsTlunips of giant bamboos and Notice of Attachment.In .
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this will ,'be among the thOtprosper-; many other interest' 'llg, sights in the the, County,. Court of the State,of '

settlements in Bout her il Dade. vicinitv tf. and'for Dade. County. I 'Tbe
Our : .
Jackson Jr. V
Dr. J.as;: M., I FRANK T. BUDOK I .t
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i> : I V Mr. Paulsen\ will be pleased tt) answer : \ A Tempting Offer. : va }Attacbment. .V .
MIAMI V han. B. Bi.EVUtS and ; &' are the;men for 700 to.interview
< any inquiries 1 in .regard to this Wei\ olfTer lots 'I,"2 and t of Block E H.L.HAYMK. ,

"1' ,' i t.- FLORIDA.. colony. ,/ I ; V M ami. J They are situated on the south To Geo.,B. Blevins and II.L. Uaynie. ,d '; REPAIR> \ ,
j It > -- ,, Bide ot the river These'lota comprise a In the,above entitled! cause; V i: ..

.0fflCet Present: \ STORE., 1-W < tract of land having,: frontage of 114 feet You are hereby notified that a writ of 'V \_
t .TOWNLEYrR08"IDRU\ ? Special :MeetingOfV8c1Oo1 Board. facing the .rivt'r; also 100, feet fronton ment has been Issued against you !I '

I.. -" MIAMI Fil Avenue D. and 200 feet, on 18th street property to satisfy the demand of Bicycles, -? -
DR.. R.; E;. CHAFER, S .,,:A'ugust.10,1897.A We bought these Jots cheap last,May and Budge amounting to $91.09} Now, Machines VV
< :, special meeting 'of the School offer the three for 1,630. Will pleased shall appear before the Court in said! Sewing ,. '.

: \ ICE '.J.'is'J:'_ Board was held to-day at the' office of to show them at any lime. plead.demur. to the declaration filed!; Locks V
2-18-tf office in Juno,said. ,
: RO BINS & GRAHAM.i at the Clerk's
.jU Otflce orer \ tau1raon'e .Market, n, e. Hon. fred'. $. Morse. October '
Rule in
: State', on the Day ; $ : {Anything ; .
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!it corner Avenue'}) and 13th street Present: J..," .Jackson, \t. L. Widmeyeriand \i Notice the 4th day of said month,a default will 4-

; .I. \:.A \\1' ,y Iti. : 'Z.T.. Merritt.: Minutes i of tered against you'and application% will' t; Everyt n ;'. V
,. \ I' Is hereby given that I wilt sell a lot of to the Court for final Judgment and..): '
!: : .. the last meeting were read and approved. accounts due undersigned as\i assignee thedebt: < Work Guaranteed Flrst..ClasSlu'aIl -
', \ Jjrtm S. Frederick; \ erty win pe sold to satisfy ; ; "" .1
I : The superintendent; Submitted i of(Dewey &; LummusofiMiainl, Dated this. 2d day of July A.D. 1897. j j Respe ts:. > V
i t.. the following report :1;, Florida, to.the highest and best bidder ,A. .' > .
". Chi! En eer andiNotaryPnblio .Surveyor. at my office in the post office' building r'8uL.J\\ Clerk Of F i GIVE- THEM A TRIAL
By order of the Board I investigated nt the corner of 13th street and,'Ave. SANDERS&ATK'1XSON, tFoot: of Avenue MlAML, .--
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\ tor,State at, fjanre.Particular the situation at' Lantana llypoluro, D, MiamI Fla.; on 'Tuesday the 31st Attorneys for Plaintiff. july -V ,
; ,./ Attention,given.to SubDivid and Boy n ton, ,which J found to be, as day of August at 12 o'clock mid-day,
; . ,:C4 lug large tncl&,. ;' follows; The distance from', the extreme : standard \time. Said lot of accounts j t
4. Office 20th St.. ,near A v. D, south md*',.-. pupil :north of Lantana; to the consist'of those I have been unable j to

1 i |l.21-tt t flMIAMI. FLORIDA. extreme pupil south of L ntana .is 2t collect and I have been advised by the

:. .... miles. From, the extreme: pupil 'south ourt tp advertise amefortwo\ 'weeks Florida East Coast Ky- :
: LFv; ic b. 3ROWNI Boynton to the extreme. pu il south and sell them In:a lump to the highest .
of Lantana is miles. .If the chool is bidderforcash. A list of the counts .
moved north Boynton one mile the i ..Tim TabU Nik 9-Comet,4 t*.*... S..1597SOjDTH / '* "
; I inspected f ,
Which will offer for sale may be. \\ ,
: 'f .I' extreme children will- have }i milesto -V
ARCI-TET,1; | at \|my OfficeVat any time between L ::
\ go; with the' exception' of. two south' 8 a. m. and the hour of sale pn ii1 BOUND (ReadjDown\ ), NORTH BOUND (ReadUpkNob7 -' V

t Boynton that will have 2milesVtogo. i the day of Il'W.. S. GRAHAM! No55 Nodi ; STATIONS., No781 No 82
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\ I \' ; .' If the school at Lantana is moved anK I3-2'1.. ;i' AstslKiiee of Dewey & Lummns. 3 VoCua 1..7 .Lv.... ..Jacksonytlie..,.,...Ar. 8 tSp! -..-..-.. fl *'
I !(1.4-tr: '1 It }(LUO, FLARIDAv about' one.mile south, the extreme ..pupil 10.SUe..8 lap ...... Ar.... '.. t.Au u ttn&,.....LT. I 25 ....;.. !. V
< .... LT..a.8t.Au.tlAttno..Ar.II.. 5j .. .. .
;: : \ :: ..JOHNRROITIER. i of Boynton will have'jvhd Iii except;will have the two 1) '\(miles south 1:4 CIRCUIT'CUlT or FLORIUA j'OURT, SEVENTH: JUDICIAL'FOK'DADECoysTV CIR .:::.*,. n=.;... ,- ;::: -i i t ..'.......U'.East.....Hastings.Pmlatka....,.:EF: : 44fip4-r Jp :::.h.::: :::" :::: : : ::: .

k4 ; J. to go.: ,1 recommend that- temporarymove ",ix AXI ......11 foe..A.i... ..........Paiatks.t..Ly. '428p466p ,"... .......... .;.,._
-IN CHAicEIY.The ...... litRe.-..... ...,... ........
LY. .Palatka.-Ar. ...... .._... ...... ......
TAXr.OB.: .. be made that 'will accommodatethe American Contract ami :, ...... 145p ..,. ...... ..-.,. At..8&n Mate ...,.... LT. aioj, :..... ....... ...... .. ...
\ greatest number ipupils without et n Finance ;;.... 805a.:... L''.;.......San Mateo.-.lAr. 566p ;..... ;; V ...... "

.: I Over.25 years experience.\; making a hardship for anyone.\ :All of Company"\ n., Complainants\, }. VV1 ::::::.1253p lOop.:::::: ::::: !'(.....'r..Ormond....::::::.J '. >Up : : = .r" '
which is left, the of the E.. ./ .. .4 .Day'toa. .343p.282p : : :: ::: .: :::::: ::r::: V
to et al.1 ..
MlamC Henry
discretion Perrine ...
;' Metropolts'Bundiag. \ ... .
: \ ... .PortOyanga.. _. .-..... .. ...;-.. '
\ Full Stock of Samples' sU Latest Wean .Board.! ,<.. L 1 I Defendants. V ...... .. L.Nevr Smyrna....... .* 21O .. ...... .. \
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.. { .' I found ten pupils at Leesville.V The i Upon appIIeaUou.of"flieeomp1alnants in the ...... : : u..4..OakmiL .....,0& ?111a ......... ..

%l t t:14' \ i\ I ', : : people will build a'house, and they ask i above stated cause(it appearing on the sworn :::::: i ::: : :::: ::: ::.:: ,.:.--.TttuaTil1e.::: Point...:::::;. .: f = :::: : ::: ::: : ::::
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-f REDflER; : that a teacher be sent them. I recommend V affldavlt of !their/agent, and attorney,that thedefendantVHrtiiT' :::::: :: ::: : :;:: : :: i..Cocoa.-,,,.,,?, "; B :: : : .: : : f

i Contractor. t 'and Bnilder. ,daily attendance that_ one be is'keptlp', sent provid. : ''the' 'som' Perrine;"his wife E.,Perrine Clara Rodgers and Emma Radeliffe Fol- ::.::: :lisp..;::::: :;:.:::.. : .l.:' :..-....*...-..BockledM..i.Melboar.SftrnO..5.Galile....-.....;...!.:: i= :: ::: : ::: :::::.. : ;: ,.-.-'l" t

: ' and,, Robert iDiinbar' Kadcliffe! ,her husband, ....... :,. ... ......... 112'.. ,
\, .All'kinda of OflOth2k. 1 1I The superintendent's! report. was" accepted Jeannejte Bloat Walker, James t, Townsend'alkpr .;:: -: : ::::: :: : ::: '! ,,...ROM land..v; 10 ; ...
; 1 ; : :: : :: .Sebmtiaq.:'' ':::::: & 10 ft : : :::::: : :
I Plans 'and estimatee \'jfnrir ; individually and as Executor of Hester ;..... 'r .... .rSt. LncitJ........'... i ,
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rniahed' free." l; 1 1'' : V M. :B.- : Lyman appeared before i the i wife Perrine Henry Walker Itelman] and Floretta Iuval Wells and Xannie Walkeri;his G ........... . .... :.1...4"..*...-..,..Fort'r..Eden.Pierce..".,.:.......,...... .". 5 3t i- ':.<

?lineTtZ /I MIAMI FLORIDA Board .in/the. : interest of'the Lantana Cu/tisV ; .-"V. ".. .........J a. .,.......;.... 9 a..
'r" ',: Duval his wlfej ;,Holcomb and EUza.Ibeth ..:... ; ..., ...stuart...,...;... 0
\ 'school. : j / A. Holcomb, his wife, Henrjr R.:Durfee ...,....4 ," ".'i..AlicIa''i'.I.... .
i j yarhadoe V i ... ;. ..' .. ..... "
:Th' anti Fannie E. non-residents of the f ] .. hobo Hound '
Board decidjed to the rear are : ... .. 6410.Sloe
\\Cd'NT move Boynton ", jl ..We tJupiter>....... !" V
R: school about lone mile nortbpro.ylded State of arts_residents 'of a state ...... .. .,.....Rtviera_. ........ ." 835&-------.
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j or .ro ntry. other than the State of Ar..;..West Palm Beach..;.Lv. .. '
!' ,11 'a.house is furoshed.his'nove\ Fiorlda and a"re residents of the; United ...i.. .. ..... ...1225p ...1.h.Linlofl.--'l! ...... .:
p J\oet\Vort.and)Blaeiing I a Specialty.IIjiFlioRtDA. .: ....-. Rip .H. ,..,Jort Laud rdale.t.... ,553a ..... ...._.. ..'
1 isiemporarv.\ V States and hat there Is'W T person in ;1theState| ...... BSp..a. . sp! ..4.-.Iamon.LSty.] ....... "I( 5(0aftiOa ;;'..........8tAogn'W. V ...
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:1 V motion i Board decided of Florida the service of !subp eiiaupon whom ; Ar..i-: ..._...MiamL..r_.....Lv.l .' .:............ \ .,
to "
On e establish -
; .lm&" rnI flon'AppUc r I Uon. a-. would bind such defendants,oj either\Of.,them, I- A.&WBRANCETain355and\ 78, !
school, at Le tille '
; provided
: a ,- and that the saidjdefendants are each over:the 0:1.: V w'nytile and Sfc. Angnatino
.- \ the patrons!:ijwill' ' furnish a .house and age of twenty+Ole years.It No.a.. : : ,. STATION I Mo. a. No.4_, Train 2Ui, between Miami V
: .. j. 2 Up 10,OUa LvCOOpll ,.-.New Smyrna..: .''Ar. 1 15p1219p I 2. ierce daily,except Sunday
: \ D. W.MERRITT; ,. ,see that.;thei attendance. is.kept up to Is therefore drdered.That the said defendants 28aLv.:._,..Leke Hel4n.:. ,.Lv.: 12 l1p 455p Train a* between Fort
., do the, Bill of Complaint the s up n. ._ .
62aLv.
r l'* apPt'ar0 .Orange City' ,Isv.Orange 3 33p Miami daily,except Monday.
1 the standard ,.; V. above stated catLst upon Monday the f-th day of 8 Up U Ma Ar..'.- City...Lv. 1313p: 325p Trains 85 and 78 south of. ; '<

Contractor, i4'1 \ The thanks'of' the,Board are tendered. September 1897-at the'office of the'Clerk of,said : tine daily.except Sunday.TV V \ V
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..... .. I .t to lion. Fredl .S.Morse for his kindnessinVtenderhighiiofflee Court.ln Juno'Dade County, Florida. >: St Vt I '\ ,
; f t \ '-ADf+/ ; And it is further! ordered That this order be V :
,tor.'tb use '.1
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: ( published in tbe"Miami METEOPoUs"a: newv "BISCA'NI3"r'.j\ l
: / .. } Jlilder.r also to; R., MlSmlth' Ifor :nis' 'courtesy paper.. publsbedt.ln j Miami Dade.Countr\' ; C' 0 : ; : _\: : ,

.d riog.tb' meeting.! P Florida,once. a week for four consecutive weeks. .. \ t' : : ; : .
V. <
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c r .. .t. : : V 4 Is appointed,to Perform "
I Service
;" Witness the Hon.-John D.Broome, as follows; \ -
: Gh"c usa 'chancea The following;,warrants were issued : V V
.. : "V d Judge of said Court at Juno, a.le ,e
. ;t! )fgreI4l4 -o11 ur' : 76L J.Wj Jackson 'mtleaRe aDd per diem.S a'iO\ I r.u1.iT County, Florida, this 23d dayof : ,Leave MlXMI 1933 p. m.Wednesdays and Saturdays: connecting! wllh Train 35. VV
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a .. ,2. W.\\"Idmeter.: ., : 'V"' '.:19'Zes"Zr V V:' 'July ler.'A; F.'QUIMBT, .- I>eav.KET 5'.!"a.m. Tuesdayrjind Fridays; ," -). ,I' \
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:; I bui1diig.: . ; T. llenltt, traveling espehjes at A ifeesbnn.V.Ir.J. 4., V '| .Clerk V of said Court.TM.'DA . : Connecting at Miami with Train 73.fonowtni"taorninc.. 1

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; J1 rto Mr8. D. 'uttle..F. 'Zk Eas&00ut bUah1ncCe'1.{..;;.., ,12 85 Solicitor for Complainants, : '4" J.D BAHNZBL.
Xra-UjManagw.. [-. L- ......,GcD..?
Budge and Bank of Bay Biscayne. 765 E. L. : "
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t; i\ to MIAMI ':METROPOLIS AUG\\ 27 1897. '
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Th ,' Chance of Lifetime A Drive Over the Country. Tuttle's grovel! 'there \\are. 6J' acres. success.. To those planting citrus trees '

a By 1! '%. )E.'\'. Blackman! the Times-Union. This is about e ually divided( between we-won. Id earnestly advi3etbem: to bay

On' Monday morning ,your corre- : orange, lemon and grape fr lIt, Mrs. 'from well, (established, nurseries th'eir ;i
:' PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE. J spoililententforailrie nortliwa I Francis Sallndt",'s rJrdve contains about best 'trees. A first-clao nursery tree|

' I to see the countrjjjiul Interview thus 130 acres and is equally: divided bt-tween. is worth a dozen trees: propagated In ;
e purchased in Jannar) last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, Sheet t
1inaiolt1t .iluwcal Instruments of the A.B.Campbell Co. W e are closing out the '\\Jio nreengageiUn raising vegetables 'the above ; mentioned fnms.\ Mrs. the corner of tM UTence. The best is 3
stock: Pianos and Organs at unheard of low.prices to make room for a full line of :The first c.itll was at 31 r-*.. Cart'.s hotel 1 'Comstock has .'4 Acres planted with the cheapest, in the end ,
the *le rated'C9nover, New:England, Schubert and KiD buQ' (Pianos We have at Lemon City'_' Your1. ,rorrespondenfiiuiul \ the same fruits. The; two lost named ., ... . "
the toll wing Pionos which are:worth. f rejm $100 to $200 more than we ask for them :' ''Mr< Carr)) busy in the mysteries have' also nearly all 'tin? tropical'and Advertise !in the METROPOLIS: now.
,Conover, K' wal-i. k.-....ttrfl Haines Bros', Mjrlc fi niali............ ....$.1*) ... . 1 -
,\tIle.' .: > ("b.... .I."..a.: .....? 2 Schubert lit ..... ..,. ..?.. .... .'73 of prculuelii fine guava, jelly ..senai-tropirl1l.truit!' that are adapted to'this'8fct.i01a. '"
"', 1 'I" J .......,.:........... 2911 JIIa'oIUI\I.o\c) \ wftl....._ ...; ... 2'.1 which she is putting up) in great quan :M .Bturdivant has about QUICKEST WAY TO A FORTUNE
:I' 1 "' J wal..i'.. ........300 eb.... ..... .:...... 2fJO
.".. t \ .... M, eb.........|.t.L...... *X) ,Stelnw"Yr. rI eb. ....?.. ...... .... I'S titles to tiekle thepalitetof her northjrn five acres, which he has give better Four Thousand Acres of Track Farming Lands' .
I K' wal... .. .L1....... :ta Mngsbui'iUeCammbn '. style B .../. .. ........ :!'!J and '
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Dealrable For Sale.
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22, ....:a...|.j........ 300 fmah u A ?\ ;.. .... .... .. . i( I !'visitnrsFrom \ are and in consequence, is in better Property
.. ........ . :: 1\\ '7 nl.\..\4,.?. -i .... /75 btu\esRiit ....... ......... 175 I 8"ff'J'of truck farming'lands and landa 1 ,
,I : 7 eb... \'| .4| ........250 walib.... .... .... .... .. HHIir. the. farm of MrJ Wm. Freeman, one .On our return I| we; saw the roveofIr. suitable- for' "
HalnesBrpsb ......4'I".__"l..,'.... .... uno Ke\\by & Evan ... .... .... ... . oranges, lemons, and t..U''
.. : 8 ....r:(}..4..,....... 17a 1 Jus M. :Starr, .. ..:.... .... .'..-. .. 110 of t the siiu ssful tomato growers of,,his ) T. D. Wright. 'This is three years kinds of tropical,fruits situated on Bay: ,
.. i .. S ,mah i..y.' .... .... 190 blorri!, .. .... ........ .. IlKI ition. On arriving, : here he found older than the above mentioned'groves.1 I Biscayne, the garden IIJOt''of, the world. F
Some of these Pianos have been rented but we have hall them repohshwl udput' JSIr. Freeman, in taut field.cutting theeertsaiul .I :Mr. Wright is! ate} expert' in this line. :I Also city Iota Lemon: City, and about
th rough'order. and we guarantee them to be. Batiefactorj or raonf>; refnndwl. : 'I f 17 acres of fine Bay .front land, between .
We fijniieh a stool, scarf, instruction bonk, and deliver f. o. b. J lc 80nTil1 Cash \\ : grass; prt'paratory to plowing We were 'greatly surprised at the size Little River and Biscayne Post Office. 1 ,
or InBtcUinents. Sheet Music at half price.: Write na.j his land for, a tomato crop. Duringthe of the 'buds, the ,'color of the foliage]I can be found domiciled at"my orange
summer Air. Free-man has built. a and the general appearance of the I grove three miles northwest Lemon: ,-
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it Fryer Bradley# Music, Co., large and I commodious L home, paintedit .rees. We do not, believe there is a I L City. Please T.write D.WBIowr; for prices./Agent; '

24 E. Forsyth Ht., whit nnd;the windows( ; are encased rove in the State of equal age that I I 2-15-tf-6p Lemon'City.Dade Co. Fla. 6

B. F. ftA IER, Jr. Manager. 1-5 tr-bs. Jacksonville; Fla; with green blind Last year,he planted -. las made a better growth .. . I ,
ten acres in .tor.iatoes. This year Whatever doubt J we bare had hith- Cheap Bates to Washington. via. the

he will plant twt'ntyacr \He is the ,rto in regard to orange culture.on the r Plant System. "
DEALERS INS owner of a large tract of, land: On his I ower East Coast was dispelled by our Only $30:20 for the round! trip from
\1; oods there three and I t Jacksonville to Washington, D. ,C. ,,
place last year were a isit to these groves and hepceforth'we: ,
J j Tickets sold daily until Sept. 30, limited ,.
quarter acres planted i in this fruit-: tall, be an enthusiast In regard to orange to Oct. 31 to return. Remember w

WhiskeyFrom This, year he has planted: all his sur, culture in 'this section.. Mr. the j-oute is via. the Plant System and. .F
: P.1Iland, and on hial place alone therewith '\Wright i is ,demonstrating his faith by the Atlantic Coast Line from Jackson.
& Co. in cultivation lands' and fbem ville. Trains leave 8 :20 a.'m.and 7 P.. ;
be M\tj-se\en a fires :'c tearing more setting "
with ,
m., through Pullman sleepers i;
\ I $2.50 to $7 per Gal.IV2TE in tomatoes and eggplant"' Jlr.Free- t 6. citrus fruits.. wle also visited ,Mrs. and 'day 'coaches without change,
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munlis| very sanguine in regard to this 1'lttlesjPin'l'apple plantation, of which Quick time, prpmpt and :reliable ser- ;

\ 'C"nE: :' AND COlR-IfcT- cropu\. He came here.from Illinois. Heuesa Mrs, Tattle wrote in' the la: number vice is assured patrons:;of.this'quick
'i '\ ".elh'rn two-.horse cultivator to of the Housekeeper. These plants .have I through car route. A' cheap round '
t / trip rate of $10, is on'!sale daily from
; cultivate,his eropf": been, set) About 18 months and hare i Washington to.N'ewYork limited to 10
FIne" Ines I Liquors el Beers and Cigars The\ next plat, ,visited was that off never' been. hoed during that' time. days,which makes a through rate from ,

., . I.. Peter: another \most successful Vi have' not seen a niore thrifty plaq- Jacksonville to New York and return
all rail. For detail infor-
only $10.20
1 gardener.: To your Correspondent he tat'on,, or one that .s bearing larger mation, Pullman ; address
reservationetc.
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said"i, have got. as much land as f quantities of fruit. Eighty-five per R. L. Todd, division' passenger

PURE "il WINE Oli WT Unitled kind put up ",:tnt and the qualit o( soil) is just whatI ent. of the Porto RicOs are in )fruit and agent;'C. H. Howard city 'passenger

Uli I States. want, so I am hap and content." the\apples will weigh:from eight o'ten agent G.. ,W. Par hillr city ticket ,

lIe has twenty acres, most of it being pounds and still rowing. This new agent, or A. W. Fritot' ', depqt- ,tIcket. -}' '
agent"Jacksonville., ag OsptSOSuppository :
prairie. He ,hat built{ for himself a method.of growing pines without Work I :.
Bottled' Goods and Jug Trade a Specialty large' and comfortable home during the mush' supercede the old,as it does way ..< ...

summer.( lIe W'I I diversify his crops, with all 'the! labors except, going R .. .
\ } as he Rays hp is not going to carryall through and pulling out the few weeds. PILES L /
,- Pod \ [/ WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR > to i in' one t basket. that' the Is guaranteed to cure Piles s
] and ... jb I of his eggs market fome through mulching. We and Constipation, or money .. -
I He will plant one acrefn peppers and, shaH watch this plantation with!a great refunded. 50 cents per box.' Send tor. s
: list of testimonials and Free Sample: to
Billira' Beers of all kinds one acre in okra..whil 'I he will, have deal ;poi interest and. keep the 'readers: MARTIN RUDY Registered Pharmacist, .' -
For
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Lancaster Pa. sale by leading druggists
twelve' acres in tomatoes. Mr. Peters of the Homeseeker well posted. Soar ,and in Miami,Fla.by 1v,:B.BUN; E Y.aSulo '
is equally sanguine in regard to tomato f as we can judge now it is 'a great): v
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L KINDS OF CASE GOODS. I "
culture..! / '';i
\' t of tillable land on the k
E"eryfo
feb5-tee-

'Bvat1 Catered to. Hf.. M lAM I FLA.A , prairie on which bVis located. will beullh'atl"d h You Know Good //, OF COURSE
.1ra. 1 -". this wilt year. On this one section \\ a .Thing r 1OU DO r

there be an increase of 170

,Fe/tillzer. for Fruit ,,1 ''I, acres this jearl,' :' T.ookihgc'westward Then yon HA.VES'T SEEN FLOBIDA, or yon would BE HEBE. .

from Sir, Peter: 's house could be seenne Are yon ''ORO WING OLD? Of:course;,BO ABE WE, I" + t. t.
buildings *ses" packing houses; But ,not -so fast; because our XI1.D CLIMATE; :, -. J J
ideal Fertilizer With' lU WABU, BUNSHINT BATS and LONG X1OHTS '' -
( COOL ,
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Pineapple Hie ,
etc,, in pine woods skirting this '
.Tfi i ,\ most wonderful prairie. In speaking 'jukes LIFE WHAT IT OUGHT TO BE. ,, '1 '_ ': :, .. ,;:

\\ Price $25.bO Per Ton of thy large amount of prairie landst'iltteredrthrotigh Do YOU LOVE'FLowEBs, frnits' and vegetables f CEBTAIXLT.! So do we.:. \ t.'r
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Bur A HOME on'the EAST COAST, -: l :s-
the section
Biscayne! .' '
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,WHERE yon can RAISE TOUB; OWN . : f'1J
GUARANTEED ANALYSIoisttire 1 \ Mr. Peters said :" btp 'rticuar pieces With the LEAST LABOR and ':EXPENSE. .!! '++ '. f
\ 1 i ; I I- 8 to 10, per cent "no better than the rest.] All any of 'r ," . l
omoni 4 to 61 ': Do yon DISLIKE wn.ra ? So do WE, I I /. .
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it's
\ \ it needs is working asleep A '
up ". ,
1 ) Then COME FLORIDA we're HEBB Td STAT !
1 Phoephonc Acid .- 6 to 6 \ I" TO ; :
.' i 1 I, .:' Potash, (actual) 6 to..8 I', ", little of the right kind of fertilizer We have BCEF-BATIHKO, awiMumd, and SAIL NG ALL THE: BOTJND.. :f

Made' Exclusireljl of Bright Cotton 'Seed Meal; :Nitrate of Soda, Bt \odBone applied work's i iti upand then it is pow- ABE YOU interested '\is trs ? .. ' ' .;";
Fine Ground Tobacco,.Stems ''', erful. 'I have, seen the prairie lands of .
\ \\ \\Dissohed Phosphate \, I' JF 18O' ?WE are interested IN YoU. ; ' '
1 ], I\ and\\ Sulphate, of Potash: Cutler:and they do not differ fron, this A LINE to/our'ADDRESS' Address DRAWER "11" ," .':I
tar-Writ for directions for naf and funh particular, also ask for,a copy of Economic" Fer except the soil is much deeper on those. Will, DO'WONDER&1' :"SAINT AUGUSTINE, FLOBIHA. ;
ttllzer for froit f \ 1" gug13-tr a ;' j r : 9

1 We Carry i.Large Stock r'Fertilizer Material C. S. Heal J;Tobacco dust, Potash, Etc. than here. Roar. -- -t, ., II"" .. ...
.A 8ECT10V.
Write }Ve Beck the'growers trade direct. -
for prices before buying This whole section is alive. Farmers THE LEMON CITY HOTEL h

I Wilson Toomer Fertilizer '(Go are,breaking their lands getting them -. f ''"'t

\ ready for a."huge"'crop.1!, He also MRS.. JOHN T. CAREY, Manager., ..,. i.r

I The.Fertilizer House,of Florida, \L '\ : stated that almost daily' there were A very ,pleasant location,'near the.:Depot -Large well-ventilated. rooms:' .t<

1.13-tf-if -i ;(i .Tact sorxrHle, -orSda. ) newcomers arriving invsearch of land, Grand View.of the Bay. r 1 t

J CHASE tt HARJTKT, Agents, Miami: ; Table l and Comforts .of Home
prairie land were-taken up and much Good : : :t
: of the ( land Your correspondent '
: pine
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AT VERY: PRICES .
is that settlerare mak- MODERATE : !
Southern sure many ,

: . ing a great mistake in one way. Theyare A quiet,'delightful place for families.; Write for terms-etc,.to '- rMRS.rOHN ,.)-
psingbut.. little attention to the '

-= '\ 'ails, I planting, of citrus, and tropical? fruits. I T. CAREY, I .-'
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.j : .'YaM-' The pine lands upon which'nll:: these aug27-tf-g.ae- -* *, a LEMON. CITY,"FLA.
settlers live is most Admirably adaptedto G
ABSOLUTELY HE 'SHORTEST ROUTE' 'I, !\ the culture! of th ;se fruits. ,'' In tropical -

= fruits there is a large range in far a1ORALEt. 1

t'I 'THEOUOH PULLMAN 1 DRAWING'BOOM; : ::CABS, DINING OAR3,,. e; ;rieties. Years hence these :planterswill .

{i ,, THOROUGHFARE COACHES;VESTIBULED TRAINS.NORTH wonder"vvhj I they did no( pay I
] >( more attention to planting fruits."

l On Monday U. Commissioner', Fea- "Planf"

EASTAND WEST.TWO \ therly had on exhibition ;a'.cluster'of 'Equator-Uemocrat .an

"A -t I.: \ I five alligator pears that weighed; 10){ '

; DAILY TRAINS"olBBTWEEN: ,FLORIDA AND THE EAST.. pounds: This fruit was raisedby.L.. \ > Including i \the :i
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i ? i i Goon alez, proprietor of, the :Miamicigarfactory. a "

: I ; .Wasbl.ngtoD',and Southwestern, : 'Limited, ,I\\ I\1 I This fruit,is becoming' Job Printing. Establishment.. . a l
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:And the:United States Fast,,Mail.iOBLT \ more popular] each year and the farmer '
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in 1880
: that hasa. large acreage of these trees The Democrat was founded The Eq tan English ,
l -.4 \ \ Spanish newspaper), in 1886 by the undersigned, and both. have been under his "
21'HOfffcS JACKSONVILLE TO.' SHIHGTON. 'planted will. have no: need to go ,to' ownership and editorial management,with few exceptions; sinre. i"
: ONLY, 27 HOUBS/JAOK30HYILLE TO Alaska on.t. e hunt for gold. The The Daily is1 7-columq fohot printed-every day.;except:;Sunday. They, .
\ 'l / NEW..TOL trees are prop c bearers and"truit plant consis s of one'Potter Cylinder'Press' cols.) One .horse- Ower boiler J'\... .
Besides is,they maktfa most (new);': 5-h rse.power'engine; a 'double. line of shafting belts- pulleys, etc; ..
L VMttbnled Train composed of Latest.Improved Pullman Sleeping Cars and Hotel Wn- young. one 10x15 power' Job Press; two: 8x12 foot presses;. four Imposing Stones; .
\' Iq Can irough without change to Washington Baltimore, ornamental shade,tree.. one Paper Cutter; a full line I of Body, Display and Job Type, with all other. .' .
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-I ,Philadelphia,New: York and the East.THROUGH : I \ . '. needed equipments'of a Country Newspaper,and Job Office sl,

1 Citrus Fruits in South Dade.. The wh le, incluping the good will of the paper, 1'o1fer. d.for $2,000-$500 1f

PUL MAN DRAWING-ROOMSLEEPING: CARS'BETWEEN \ By Rev.'E Vl Blackmail In the August. Florida cash and bal nce payable'$50 per month, .1

( ] JACKSONVILLE, AND NASHVILLE.: East Coast IIomesekipr.\ Key Weit is the largest city. inthe! State. It, is the chief center of'the, w
s \\ 'i 1 \ \ 4 few days since w e,visited; the young cigar manufacturing industry in Flor, a. The Government has two eompa 1!,

Sleeping rs Dally Jacksonville to orange groves ,of Mrs. Saunders,*Mrs. nies of,artillery stationed here which will be'oubl in November of this!! year., f,
\ Comstock, Harry 'Tuttle, :Mr Sturdi- The Fen -able Construction! Company, off. which the Hon. Hoke Smith Is :1
Cincinnati, via Asheville, Throiughc I II vant. .and Mr.;1'-ilson'-' These groves one of the la gent shareholders','has under way Improvements in ,Key West. r. .._ Ai
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lroU&b\ < the United Skates Government. chat-will cost over a half million of dollars.''/ 3
LAND F'J11EK ."t'' .' \ \ :" lie north and west of Miami from 9 to '
I 11 'miie5. They ,are all ,oung trees Mr, Fla her 'has leased find is ,running"'the. largest hotel"in Key West' ,. ;:'
t1 aa"'to rates,'Bchedules, sleeping city rntiou, eta. ,' apply U every of besides,running,a.line of steamers from Miami} to;this city. ,f- .a
in7...t of the but show sign .making a rapid
KATLWAT or its coanectioBS.; :fbr : '
h Reason selling-other business.; The above is the GIST of the whole; ,
\I : .gi"2it" j \ development. the .groves' belongingto matter. I do'not -want,anybody to ,run'the paper., I do not.want to lease it,
A, g ;\ West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Fla,| -> the family of Mrs, Julia I! :Juttle have, but to sell. I So :unless you contemplate. buying you need.not. answer this 3'
t 1 M. i f\!\ ,W.,A.run,; t" S.H.HARDWIIll. ; to..soma extent; I' been: neglected, during : advertisemenAddress :: ''I ,

,On..Paa Agt. A' Pa 'lid.a 1 the' fast'year, ,. bat in spite of;this. .' ,: C.. B.. PENDLETON
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l' 'I"daPaA they_have made good growth and the r
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F 4 THE :MljLMI: METROPOLIS, ,AUG. .27., 1897.
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v TM ?\\jitlllli Metro{ olls It must MIAMI'S not be FUTURE.inferred from the '''as yal we'said to carry'' at out the his outset plans,,then there we is say no: '

; ; above heading that we intend to venture telling how large city may arise on Bank of Bay Biscap!
shores
I the of the
Bay Biscayne at
Entere4. in. the Postoffire at Miami.....Florida any definite prophecy as to what I' 1
; .... as, second-class": matter. .. sized city Miami is ikely to become mouth of the Miami.
r \ Many of our readers are as compe-
during the next five or ten year$. :
TUB.. MOST SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED \ ,
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'. 'this the tent to form an opinion as! we are, now I .
In
'to f
ON THE MAIN LAND or referring subject \\Y\ MIAMI FLORIDA.I
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',:\, THE UNITED STATES. \ be that we have pointed outthe plans upon
METROPOLIS .has always. tried to .\ '
which the future is based. INCORPORATED UNDER TBK LAWS OF FL RID. .
Conservative. VVe given it \ \
have
Publlihed byjbe East Coast Publishing Com* very |
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,.. a Corporation. r- .. .. 'J> .
\ ...... .. Paul as our opinion that Miami would in all Ii
'i WALTERS; : GRAHAM, ,- Editor. probability ,become a,place of several, THE MOST DESIRABLE NEW SET-. Conducts: a General<< BankingBusiness.
.. L BROWN,:, )
M. .
TLERS ,
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thousand in the of
'i -' people rourst' a yearor PRESIDENTS 'f' \, ,Issues Drafts on All ,

,1...., One, year Subscription.........,.....n...Rates....,;........$200 two. That it will be a city of at Are those who' have had more or less R. McCORMICK, Parts of ,the World. .Accounts I "
Six months.......................... 1 00 least three or,four thousand people before experience in agricultural pursuits inJorida. i
buttle copies...b ..............:,.. (03 VlCEPRESIDENTHARLES : Solicited and :Every Favor Consistent
; it is three old we have no One man from A'achua, Ma- ;
Foreign, subscription ty cents extra to corer years ) :
I : postage_ doubt whatever.In rion or J.akecounty- who has: had H. GARTHSIDEl' /With Conservative Bank
/V N- *< N- >rf> II CASHIER .
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: r \;Advertising Rates., the ,first issue-of'the\' METROPOLIS years of experience in"rl1ising'Yt'geta-, I, \ 4 Jngr'E ten d'd. .

tusr.LEC01MV. HONE\ OVE'tHHEE!: SIX oaR, under date of May 15th,, 1896, \\e ven- tiles in this State, is worth more to this ; 't ,

i iiutl .. \ R 1410'K. $'MO.2 00 A kMOA 4 UO. $600 MOS f M 10 AK.00 tured the prediction that it,would be- section than any.ten men coming here 'CORRESPONDENTS: : ;:: : : '
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Y,11I'ht'II, 1 TO '3 00 1\ 00 10 50 13 00 come the most populous place and the from other, States:: who are utterly deficient ' ", .
3 Inches .,1300 4 00 It 00 noo '25 00 \ .
,,,4 inches . I 1300 Sflt) 10 00 ItS 00 8000 most important business\; point on.the as to knowledge. of our farming I Seaboard National Bank,. New,York. ...' "
'c:' '5 Inches: '.400 ,650 100 2100 35 00 I East Coast south of St. Augustine be- methods. Nat'l! Bank of .* : t..
6 riches 4 GO a 00 14 00 24 00 42 00 Jacksonville: ; Jacksonville. ::
7 Indies 5 "0 900 16 011 27 00 48 00 fore the close of 189;. 'Persistent and very expensive efforts
8 iiuhesV 5 rio 1000 18 00 30 00 54 00 i ; '
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I Inches Sou 11 00 20 00 33 IW 60 00 We do not think any well-posted; impartial art being constantly put forth to induce 'r| FOR IGN CORRESPONDENT_ : I' [ .
10 inches,,: '7 (I\) 12 00 ti 00 I 36 UO fiG UOJ1. distant Knauth Nachod Kuhne *, New'York. 1 1.f'
lr In'h-' .. 800 13 SO 2too 3900 7200 individual will\deny this pre- settlers from : States, to and ,, : : .
12 UK lira. '8 50 1300 2G 00 .4200) 7:5: 00 diction has already been fully verified. I locate in Florida. Many inducementsar \. _
IS Inches 9 00 16 00 28 00 4500 M 00 I, i iE t -.
14 indie., 960 170010 00 f.,4800, 00 This is not saying muchhowever\, for held out to that class. Many ot.1 .
li inchek 10 O> IS 00 82 00 61 00 96 00 really' them induced in Florida.anli egant Iron Vault \and Bnrglar-Proof( Sate With Triple Concussion Tina Lock t'
18 Incites 10 GO 19 10 34 OU MOOMOO 103 00) there are no very important are to settle ,
17 Unites., 11 (W : JO 00 fli 00' 108 00 business points on the East Coast southof what is the result? As a rule they of the, Host !Improved Make, f,I --
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There will be no deviation from these rates. ; My-na \
Kcadiig advertisements amoug local'ne".' St. Augustine. Da'tpla,1'itusvHle! are men who hare been employed in

f0We aare prepared to do all kinds of Job Printfog and West'Palm Beach are' good townsas offices, counting rooms,stores or facto- -

promptly and in orst-class Mile. at as low Florida towns go, but!the loyal citizens rier. and know nothing whatever about L.
prices a*is Dusiatent. with a very 'moderate, \ BRADY & CO. .
'3,,. profit. ' '.J who call these places(their homes fanning. Even: j if they are' farmers, .E. : I
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t w -; I would contend they know about ,
hardly that, they are practically nothing ;
The Metropolis' Is for Sale at the Followlnf i
i Agencies: very important business centres; even those methods which are.essential to I Groceries 'Grain Hay and Garden Seed.: j..
A.T.Carter,docoanflt Grove,Fla. St. Augustine does'not'amount to much success in Florida. After a year or ,
Palm Fla ,
Anthony Bros West Beach '
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f Samuel Belcher, Miami, Ha.C.il . as a business point,and Miami does not two{!Lof injudicious attempts farming
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', Greer MiamI.FIll. Fla. make any retentions, as: to being animportant in this-State they frequently lose what
Key West News Co., Key \Vest '
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..... lithe MIAMI AGENT 'FOR MAPES' FER7'rfJZERS. ,
business centre just yet, but money they have and "cusa" the ,
,All commnnications should be addressed and I is the country when the is with
all (checks drafts,monerorders and other,remittances our city, now distributing point fault really '
made payable to for all that rapidly developing territory i- themselves-not with our<< soil or climate. I We call the attention of the people of Bay Biscayne to onr stock of Staple
THE,, EAST COAST. PUBLISHING. Miami.CO Fle. ;; lying' on the shores1' of Bay Biscayne -, Ian Fancy Groceries;Fruit and Food Products of all kinds.; also" oar stock of Grain \
i Ha Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Ground Food and Wheat.We .
,and for the country: as.far north' It frequently does more harm,than are the only house.on Bay Biscayne df'aJiogexciusiveJ1in the above Una ofgocdaT .. .+
MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY., AUG. 27,i 1897., ,as'New,River. We are rapidly securing goou| to bring such people into this section We bny close and.will sell close.; We invite your correspondence and solicit \

t .,-_._.-_ :.- --, a large portion of the trade of the. If the same money which is :your pat uage. Very truly, E.: I*.,BRADY CO. -1-]1.it
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WE sincerly'trust, that the'Governor keys'. Hence; when we,say that Miami! spen in bringing settlers from Michigan -

-1 will appoint'someone as State Superintendent -, is already what we predicted it wouldbej Iowa and. other Western States. I .

,. of Public;> ;Instruction. : who before December \ )", ,"the to FtoridalS expended in an effortto :

*hu more to recommend, him than his most important business pint and themost induce the people of those sectionsof !
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.. "political'stripe), and. an t abundance, of ; populous, place''on the East Coast out ,own State which have suffered, :MIAMI I "
wind 7 south of St. Augustine," we' state the so severely from ,the freeze.to')locate ,

\ . simple,truth. .. \' in this I section, it seems' to us the' ,
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BEAD our Cocoanut' Grove Lemon You ask, but,what of the future? money would be far, more,wisely in- .

City, Modelo and Linton: items by a We are not prepared 'to says If Mrs vested.As '

\ corps ,of special correspondents.8uclmatter Flagler succeeds in securing channel it 1is\ without any inducements B Busiiiess and U.R iellceLots[ .

::, always makes a weekly twenty' feet deep'from the'ocean up to whatever, no free,transportation, etc.. '
papiprjnteresting and, advertises the the;B y.to, his new terminal, there is with nothing to attract them save the

..,. neighborhood which.is'represented. no telling to what magnitude, ; Miami 'natural attractions which exist in this \ .

i .... i t may develop as a city and as a,commercial vicinity,\! such I as freedom from frost, 1

'r l OK 'and after next Friday the Mal centre. 'I ,goo
l TKOPOLIS will + contain an agricultural We say' if Mr. Flagler cari.;get deep lead, 'scores! of experienced', Florida .

i\ column edited by James A. Pine, water. There you have the eternal\ if. farmers, are\ coming to Dade county ( neral Agent for Mrs: Julia D. Tuttle i
postmaster at Cocoanut'Grove, an experienced If he' does, who can tell what will be from theore. ,northern counties and

I ; ,add practical agriculturalIst the limit, of Miami'sdevelopment) or (hey aryl phenomenallysucressf'uL, .

', .- This'' department t will"no doubt what its population will. be ten years. Look at L Hargrove, Joyce,.Oliver and Price From $50 to $1,000 ',Per ,Lot, According to Location;,

r prove "of, interest and 'value to. our hence? ., \ ?others a'auderdale.., They"are raising -
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'readers. Think of- thecommandiuggeographical I vegetables by; the hubdreds,, of RO'AD FAKE.to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be refunded _

.position of Miami.-away: \down on i crates,and not making any fuss aboutit each purchaser of a lo provided purchaser will produce receipt for such '
fare w cb receipt will be received cash in, for,lot.Ofifilce f.
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part
0"' SEVERAL cases of fatal poisiningfrom the,peninsula of Florida close,'to the either. 'while!' some.of their, neighbors : payment ,:.', a1v

': .eating,,canned. fish and meats which tropics, the' terminal, of a'great rail- wit;I just as good 'land and far 2 : : Jl .
,3 : were evidently put up before the,war road1,!' It seems, to uf that all,Miami' 'more] money', are making conspicuous .
s": \' a suggest be passed. requiring requires to :enable i t to control' the :failures ':s nd "cnss>;/ "the country in I HOtEL

.... f that all 'canned j goods should have West Indian ;and South Atn'erieantrade spite of jtlie' ,'object lessons,of success 'T.1.\ MIAMIH; ;: :

Jumped upon ;them the date of can- is a deep-water harbor. I\ : which can\be seen' in farms adjoiningtheir M m\ i

icing and that.all oods not consumed '*// Mr. Flagler secures deep water at own] I 1 I. am > .tea..

.- \ within'three,, ye F from such .date'sball Miami.I :He,expects to do so. '\ lie has pet the \Florida Cracker and, the i. :..
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( be destroyed irs The suggestion is begun work :on the problemjsingle-\ : Northern)' man who has'already; spent \

r ,a,good'one.. handed aj yet. He has asked no help ten years! i ijn learning, something about I \ Chase & Harney ;

'I . .. I from, Congress, His, immense,,dredge farming in Florida,and we wilfhave a .
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\. '|r IF deep water is becured at Miami( it is "already I at work. He, expects jit ,to class of, people who know no such word lsuranca.- t .
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.'should become a commercial 'point of handle. six, thousand cubic, yards Of solid as"fail.,...men who will settle,right downin :
Fer-t1.j.Zers.
-i .|*great importance.!. It should beCome matter 'in each day of twent -four the heart flf a colony of failures and \ t f?,

1 a ; the,'great port for shipments! !'to' and fiburs. Unless' 'he. Js badly disappointed show the,' I Ii tenderfeet how ,to'"make, a , :-, REPRESENTING' THE- ;i iPena" i ,*. *
k ji Ifom'theWestlnd\ ei and South Amer- he will have 'twelve feet of water success" ',;:.how to'' make big 'money atfanning '
all
JMntkl l Life; )Fidelity arid'Casualty Company 'and ( Leading Fire Companies :-
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ice. 'When our1! commerce develops up to ,his! railroad;twharf .on or before Florida\ ( i .i !

I; [:,manufacturing' Interests will ,follow January.1st next, This of itself\is, not I Special rates,on,dwelling property for three,and five years. .

+ n (Read.the article'entitled "Miami's Fu- so.,bad i when we' recollect that [J ckso -, PP WHEAT \ ALSO BcstozxTt\ JOB, -;

{$ ,Jture. ," and realize'(the 'possibilities in ville only had about: twelve ,feeta Means bigoney!\" to the farmer it t .HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK CO.-- '
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tome few years,ago,,*that the,Clyde steamers that he "stove I
this that
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for city, \ can :\buy set \ ,And brokers Fertilizers. and Fertilizer Materials. ' :4 .
t < only draw:abouf,twelve feet in andouter of f furniture\,, hat carpet, those blank-
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: :W-: :R.\E.A.n\ >TJJ y NotazyPtz'blic State at'I.mr'ffe': :
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JacksonJpk$$But\if Mr. Flag-; eta that set of table crockery has
\ .THE' driving of. biles, pumping of ler out of his own private means pro wanted for| jthese many'' years. It I i-IJ.If l MIAMI. .. '

,-rid' ,_blasting of,rock, et .twbjch' is vides a channel\W twelve;feet'-and;the: means that] his purchases will rush FLORIDA.'f:
oing !t.ermina1'seems : 1'f_
the new
on at to
matter is then l laid before' the United every,factory in the I land with orders.It ;
Yi.s :-: indicate that'Ithe', Florida' i East .Coast, States;'Government, if Uncle San 1is\{ means we'are' \ entering ,on the best THE NEW BAKERY: JI
Railway'expects,to do some business at'Mimi shown' :
; : what has already been ,doue'b', time, this cointry has .'ever ,known ,
i in the near,fu are: You should one man, we believe he will,take a band since.similar, I onditions, prevailed in I 12th Street, west of Passenger DepoU '
t ssee thelans thed t . .
-t" for Pot and grounds, and 'do the.rest,'and before.,five years, !1882 All,honor, to, dollar{ wheat and a ,
bale
they are not' ready: for the public! possibly ,before three years,. we play' big crop, ,"'not to tariff legislation or '\'I \ ;
ere; Just yet. '\iWe'mak.tell' you about I:
have twenty feet | :
the 'cessation of y
v : ;silver, agitation. Frje I [ .
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,it next week. They are similar to the HomeMadViennaeBrad
: :Have:you ,lever realized that it will With ,dollar wheat. nothing can bold t .
a appointments, St. Augustine, only Graham -
1 pay''Mr.'Flaglerf to spend a,large sum. back prosperity I "- --- --..
better. i
L of money' to get deep water at Miami? : I I I, Baked daily andDelivered' Free.to any part of townr. ,
His ,raBroid' is built to this TBIC day of'ail schooners between '
already- Rgie,Bune, Cakes Pies. Everything ftrst.class.Specialty'of fresh confection
|THE press of the country- has i pronounced point.; It Is'. probably, ; paying expenses' 'Miami,- ,and, -Key\!"W'st.ls; a thing of the and nats.' I have, one of the most modern and first-class ovens .Picnic and excursion .
'= .the intense desire to-go to'the from the- local. businessa; along I the- IJf I'. past the 'sloop' Mason S. Moreno parties'11 famished,on short notice.\, .

,new gold diggings in Alaska as a 'disease It"will..be a ,long,time before it will do made its last trip as a mail carrier last ,i[ 4, ADAMMAYER: :Proprietort

and have called: i it "Klondicitis," much more., ,.,Every'dollar, of foreign week. From henceforth all' mails between *'-Remember f deliver eferjihlne'free.of charge. Remember, the pUce.12th Street.\ Jon wart .,

.The'proper name \:would "Klondi-, business that, can be obtained will (be ,here and !refVes will be carried .\t&aller"fn I denpt.,i 1-ft-cf r-. ,(
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rexia." Klondicitis mea s Klondike in- almost all clear: PtO: t. Outside of the. : ,by,steamer.\) 7 _
'flammatonr! Kloudire 'a means Klondike , cost"for fuel:and investment for-ad l1 '\ . r i- \ : .

fever:: The tfiseaie<< 'is* fever in -tional rolling l stock,it,hardly posts anymore READ the arti entitled "Gold Deposits \ Practical Maker ./
\ Mattress
the| present, stage, but'{in the'case of to haul a train, _of thirty'cars.than, in Soutbjl a'Klondike\' ade. If this section: A'Go'on', W.IN. ,

many a'poor,wretch U,will develop into one of, $ve.'"'The!same;:crew/of ,,men should prove !!? I :Averiue Dr opposite 'Hotel Miami It

'c' a cae of true "Klondicitis,"-or to the which ire required to handle a train,of Fruit\:\\Trees'-;I.at YourOwn,r ,Door.' , ; ., J All made kinds lo order of Mattresses l oil hand taken and

inflammatory stage, when his ears and five cars can handle a train'of thirty'' Grape |Fruit;t Persian and Tahiti ; : \I in'remaking-Mattress Particnhyr/ care' :

feet get .frost bitten and he dies\n just ,as ;wellsprov'idingjit 'Is.through' Limes Genoa and Lisbon:Lemons,Dan- ,Second-Hand goods ,Bought and, Sold.

agony in trying; to crbss the 'Chil- fright; _and ) practically,i ,ally| foreign1: 1 cy Tangerine, Hart's.Tardiff;Wash ,,23x 1y.tf'HE \: 't._ 1, ,i
'. t ington,saval'JaffaJaffa' Blood Ruby '" \,I --+' ,
koot, Then: be trti/jjiave ,Klon- I \ --1 -
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pass ., business..will-.be.through.freight.:'From'this nlood'\lamt..Pk\ wl-Brewn-Oran! ; i r .. t."
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3iei1ya.. But at'present!as he sits in hint, you will, see! ':that,i '',will pay\ 1!Japan Plums and Persimmons,.Grapes, ,
4 his comfortable home: the? 'only. hasi Mr.} Flagler, to speed' a;, good deal. of 1 \Texas,Unib ella ustralian Silk Oak, 'lh } chofceselec-:

; Klondirexia;a'very mild] disease; butT money to secure" foreign business for and a quantity of 1 ornamental, flowers- PQ t"t"'U.On"iifn at the: officeof ,

'if hej-only allow*',It Lto1develop. into his railway to make it'a great railway.If eoil.and! shrubs,.t'OH\ 'to'en t ELLIS this ,climate agent,: and- ""U ar' h 1ll II the',METRO, r rg rt

r Klondicitis, it is likely,to prove fatal. 1 ',he succeeds- .;.and he* has ample capi-' [ :Aug2T-6mq'1 1 4'\:. .Miami, Fla. ,. , J'1 ,' OLIS.'fi ; j
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COCOANUT GROVE ITEMS. Harvey Bruce is the 1 lucky owner of otidel( j.
\ one of our beautiful Bay fronts and Washington/round such a name impracticable t be/hash with their tears, children with t
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Postnastbr Pine is having a neat the picturesque proportion of a dainty ''o /account of having an of- s addened faces,, realizing ttbat' before

fence )built around the postoffice lot. little'cottage, now assuming size,shapeand fie,I by be/name, of Medulla in the t Jjie'shades of evening fell l they might64 .

Work on Harry Bun e's house'is go- form, s'rellaily seen hearing com, .state. / orphans., A few, old men,were',left

ing on\,\ ry well andwill, 'soon be com pletion. ,We had riot supposed Harry .ii Pfyrilsen' has now on his book* o guard in ,case,of 'ian invasion.\ jblri.E l[ .

pleted. was agriculturally inclined, but evidently three p /ties from Sheffield'lll.'ware'x L' rtonwas'left in charge\ofI,tbe,mule;

Walter WL Pickford has his sawmill some kind of husbandry is taking /e led I "to arrive here' in a yv a nil ambulance with explicit! \ i Instruc-'

possession,ofhis\ mind l weekend also several parties fro /the t i ions',to be ready at a minutes, warn-,; -t
several
running in good shape and has ,.' EDJTID BT ,K.,V. BLACKJIAJT.
.large orders' on. file. . I Jackson Peacock expects to begmtbe' vicinity;\ of Grand Island, Eusti/ !and in to fly to tbe rescue and,bring, home .; '(

erection of a hou e,in the northern, Untftillajin this State. Two.. artier t b* wounded on either .side, Early inlb '
Services
as usual at the Methodist
; Chasj Perry is building neat cottage '
part of the settlement \shortly Itmay engagement Frank Chapman and .
fr m\\\ Michigan arrived' her! a few church next Sabbath. :'
with kitchen and piazza s(
12x20
Ch rile McCord thinking' discretion .,
' be that:hejntends to build it as an v/eek$ ago and are now building resi- J
; attached, fort Paul Ransom'. investment, and derive an income from ence3 fon th families. ., ha better part-of valor, beat a 'retreat'' Next Sunday afternoon at,4 o'clock

Frank1i \ Bush o'f' Chicago, will thf rents; but the knowing ones win GeoL .\ co eluding the west, fide of the cans' bere,will be baptism by, immersion.i in. I'"
.Mr; L.I Macdonald! Cocoanut
build, a largej'house before long. Bids the: other eye and intimate that he ma \ wa good, enough forl them. A circle the Bay near the houseboat of-Mr.:. W.Vilson. .
r sta ted a force of/men here last '
are out and t \contracts_. will.soon be, soon follow the example'of' \ Arthur, Grove! : ditches' wa formed and a few fnstructiousgiv
: week to cut several large across,
let. i Sanders, the efficient book-keeper/: of I n to tbe':dogs, which started ,off.inngn There: was a large congregation at
our prairi to the-canal I, a distance of I
'The schooners! Magnolia and'New. ,Chas. Peacock & Son. I half glee. But bruin evidently;w 9ntl: ,, he Episcopal church last Sunday
over one and a: miles. lIe expectsto
Venice,of Key :West, stopped here this Among, the guests registered the nine in it, and he ,hustled! off, through the mornin.g to hear the able sermon ,of j '
have of the ditches finishedin
week,with plfnty of newioods; for the, Peacock, Inn' during the past week we 'sveek.The, pal 'etto s with contempt stamped' 'on Archdeacon Higgs' of' .Key",) est.. t
about a same gentlemanhas *
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.,' stores. note; the following Rev_ J-pA.: lowland also, i incompanj' with Mr.:Sberard, very feature. They do say that Capt. Rev. E. N" Bell,baptised Mist Bonnie ,
Alf Peacoc is having, all the background Franklin Fritz was near enough to exchange "
of &l \
Biscayne Bay {arge; ;erected a fine c rnmi .sarj and seems to Lovett by immersion in the Bay
around the town ploughed And the inorning i salutation\ with him buthet
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C. Bush and \Kelley, of ,be doing nicelj\\in that line last Sunday.. There wa a large congregation -
prepared fat |a, crop for the Inn thiswinter. Chicago; Hon. Frederic S. Morse, rned his back on all overture! and present to witness the solemn ,

., r Ifiami; Miss G. X. Hallett ,and Mr. Mr. J. P. auisen, the postmaster of anished. from sight,, the Captainfiring. i ceremony. : ... .-,; c+l

,C. M. Stow Geo. Macdonald, Roy an d Mrs. S." H. Richmond\| Cutler Dania post ffice, and agent of this settlement a salute,of three gulfs after hinu The I

,Swanson ,and Chas. Hubbard went to Sev.lG\, lbert Higgsi Key. \ and; : ,)last week quietly took for his only blood shed was when one of, 'Mr.'bornton's Rev.E.X.B. , preached a very in- :P< i 1
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/ West wife urns T tea Nielson the ter; sting and earnest sermon to a. to'
charming
West Thursday morning in, the I' insisted on
Key Walter S>f traham, Miami, ; "dogs shaking;
\ large' congregation last 'Sab- --J
young ady who has so faithfully attend Sunday on
"I ;Stowe; launch They will, be gone beautiful /, baud with his lordship. The party ,
The, pla e pf W.| V.I Cul-, 4I ..duties in his householdS bath desecration. We understand he,:? ;\
about ten days retur ed about noon, and from many a
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bertson in the northern 'of Cocoanut made an earnest fo '* fecian
part heli lost his wife, about two years ; 'appeal', professed
The is doinga good, \ : amily altar there went up a prayer ofhanksgivmg
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sloop ,
JBapchelor is flue Christians
Grove ,settlement. a object This twill undoubtedly at, "to remember the Sabbath i +
'put
go.
for the safe of F
of fertilizer return
.. business lateljj ,Plenty essori, demonstratingxhow. quickly apiece rest all the! guessing, and surmising !' I, day to keep it holy." It seems strange
section is loved ones-but no bear meat for,din-
4. coming to thi what 4Adam keeps tor wild and can be converted hat.has'\' been going the rounds, since ndeed'that there! should be any neces- f

the trade so g. 'r into a'ilovely' ome. His place, with) the reported wedding'1' of 'unknown nero e- city for'making an appeal of this.kind I

''- A.\\ B ggs has purchased a hat; of 'Yr-: / )''ea bom and of BaronBrondgeestcomprisesas parties at Hotel Miami two weeks ago -LEMON CITY Lts INGS. to Christians.' r '

''I 6-acre: lot at'Ew', ntoD HeigbU..and will fine,a tri, /pf and also, ,be a source of great relief to I'I i . .. Ii' i .

build a nice house threon. and :make iomesas; ran be found any whereonthe the besieged aat I"they{, head of_the' Lemon City.will soon have ';as good A New Doctor in'the, City. -

,,other' improvements'shortly. Bay. / All three of thtftfeimcmen I editorial! department\ of the METROPOLS..I streets as any, town on the,coast. . Mills Fowler, ,M. D*,'a prominenthopceopathic '

'Hon. J. Wi E anthe Duke :of, Dade, named We comparatively l new. Comers. Mr. and I Mrsl Paulsen have the best Rev. Bell will conduct! services at _"physician Chicago,
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is busy every: day at bis fine ,place atE s. Ada /, \A.\ Boggs' formerly of Athens, wishes 0{, all their' friends for. I miles the M. E. church Sunday evening., \ bas located Miami and has secured ia

\|' wan ton Heights, superintending1 itscultivation Ga., now ,of,Cocoanut Grove,. U still around us. rodms on tbe'first floor of the Hotel" "
\ ,ahdmaking I !.ovement .' uiakiiigbis} ; home at the IDI He expects A, new \fertilizer factory 'has been Miami and will, :remain, in Miami per
I in tow! transacting some\; land. business l.
C. M. Stowe iB rapidly recovering aarload, of furniture i airy day started this permanentlyand'practtcehi'profession. .
\ : week at a point near New, j I
from,the effect of Idislocating'his shoulder now. It!:will be placed 'iii the coiy'cottage River Inlet, {directly opposite our , " \ object,in locating in Florida. ito 4

.e \ but the ten ons and muscles inthe : which. he_ has rented ,from: Ball town. Mr.'Milnck of Palm Beach is Mr. Brown 1 is putting up a wio'dmitl .escape the rigors, ot- the'[ winter;

1\ ,vicinity,of tb joint, are still pain' Brothers.; He, expect;/Mrs. the owner pf' this enterprize, and employs -, on his' place. for' irrigating 1 his climate of'the north.'. r j i' of-

\ ful.jl .. .- r better half, to arrive /.'bout September; several] men catching sharks l farm. \I \\Dr.. Wells is a: homoeopathic physi-;

\jl'I ,Rev. Mr. Higgi, of Key'West, held 4th. She' will ,be''accompanied by' her and preparing,the compost which will, The farmers are busy.'clearinglandand ;of national repute.' He is professor .ii

;Episcopal service: in, UnionVCbapel sister; w, io will spend the winter with, consist: of' 'two I thirds of sharks or making g preperatfon, for. the 'coming of theory,and\ practice of medicine ,11:

[ let'.Sunday! afternoon* 'The: attend them. / other fish and one third of muck, mix- seaso i. I and bf physical diagnosis l fit the Dut- s '

Mice was larger 'T wenty-seven,people l It 'was) a: calm still evening. *The ed with, sufficient .lime to',hasten the. Surveyor Franklyn Shaw'(is in town, ham\Medical Homoeopathic College of

'Came" on the Daitnl i >r to ttend.f I gathering shades' of twilight, were'''fast' decomposition I and 'sweeten it. Mr.tlunck laying' op some land for 'Messrs.Higgs Cbicag -and a practitioner of mane o:1'1'

I,i (The mill her,l is \erjjbusj; plenty;of enveloping g the landscape o'er., Quietude receivedjthis' 'week"' orders for & Filej. r j '' years experience i f ;. ]"** ,

orders,ahead.' ,.Several'loads",oflumberllave and 'peace} "-seemed. brooling I all ten Ibis,fertilizer 'and'as he is A.,,W. IIssell expects to visit his old; He will either build or rents residence . ;

been' taken to :Miami 'this week around,'when suddenly in the_dim! distance able to place; it on the market .considerably home and friends of next shortly and removebis! family to. tr,

r, are figuring on a' contract th,tall form of a, graceful Bicycle cheeper than any other first- week for a few days. Jacksonville. S Miami. HIS omce',for the present wilt, .# .

Which do it/will 'make rider loomed upon us and in another be. on the first floor;, of the ''Hotel.
if they (get instant' class product, the gales.:wi H no doubt, D. R.,K ight' s wnill',kept busy, Miami. 'll,
a things,lively,for a tfyne.N/ v the 'genial' countenance of keep him and his crew busy throughout sawing lumber\ for thee new houses ) : 's
our, \! friend, Samuel Rhodes, Miami is fortunate in:- the ,,mUter-
still /good the trucking Reason.LINTON -
,WrN3arnell 4\ : the guava'Ill'tt, is : which,are being built. '
beamed brightlysncl: then passed whistling \ of physicirns! with Doctors Jackson,,
: out singandcaWing
busy boiling -
Juice. The'cleart amber coloredliduid ) _,by-the latest\ addition to lour t "LOGIC 'It is rumored that Wm, Ji ::ALbery Ba'sttinand Fowler 'we' have,'a team'tbat

guava' in ,his j-ga lott-glas jars,look hicycle. ,br gade. By the way,. 'Mr. I \}, T 4 will build a fine residence in the near will be difficult! Ito'equal I; : lin the ,

GuavVs< Rhodes has just consummated the sale i Mr. Thornton IS making tri-weekly future ,on his :property on the Bay Stat<*: , .

'r" :''ap but, :an tizing.'acre of I them would rule 'low keep,in a,price ma1I 'of'another'goodly.slice of Bay, property I taps, fromth: Eve gla 'esa'd, keeps us .front. "" \ .- '\ :' J -Drt :Jackson has covered the'flelduiostlacceptAblyin \\ .
withlrazorbark
well f'
alllithe( year. IFranklin to" Mr., ,Culbertaoiij l | ,one of, our enterprising supplied pork. The 'ladies V._ I.. A. gave 59 entertainment '\ ,the past and we repeat +
| f .merchants' who has evidently Isaac:Taylo has{gone to ;5t. Augus last I week which was a grand what we have said on, former oc" -

t C. Bush;of, Chicago, who come to,stay. We' understand it will tine, where hel"has accepted a situation success. deserve credit ,for ,the I casions in these columns, that, :Miami :
purchased a tract"pf, land near A. E.Kingsley's ,' in the 'machine 'of the' Florida They teen
be improved and'made ready shop work they dofng., j has fortunate, having physician -
place a}few months7Jago,. younger, Culbertso !j. : East Coast Railroad, CompanV.Capt. iof such exceptional ability and
hashad[ cleared and has orderedahouse ,. Geo. W. Roberts.,and family Ipf Key
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forja, one'w'b
; ,Will Burtontook a lot of Uncle is withal possessed! of all the
built' upon it. Mr. Brash is aVei4 West, have decided to, make Lemon '
: ,j. MODELO. Mist S. Sam's,goodtothe|\ louse o Refuge atSewell's future ( qualities which go to make. up an, all ,
ple/sa'nt' gentleman. He is a pro- City their home. The citizens
round'gentlemen.-
ofthe
Point last week, ahd while speaking
*-,fessjonal pianist It is rumored that parties, from Chi'cajocontemplateerecting ,', extend to them the harty hand 4 of wet'. of
there traded hik boa for a .l larger one, j ability and reputation ,, Dr. Fowler,
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R .,/E. NfBell ',,)ah state that a new ore come. \ , .,
: schooner, rig,,called jthe "Tw Bachelors and extending to him a hearty wel ,
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he Mill'not'preach as was expected for at Modelo in the near future in view Mrs. H.. A. ussell who has been in i '
," which is registered .8 tons. He 'I comet; Iwe want it distintcly under e :
that
the | food 'people' at f attCocoanat Grope of the,fact a good sized populatioeis I expected home ,with' ,his ,prize,the Key West f ot the past two or'' three' stood that, we do not wish to detractone \

"next Sunday. Theil ongregaUonal ,anticipated. .here be fore.long. \II\: last 'r this week, when .he{ will be weeks ,.,is expected home Friday accompanied iota from the well deserved and. '+.I' i

mini ter informs'Mr. Bell that'he has ,Mr.:R. M.Smitbi, the( ,efficient clerkwith ]; ready for business.Mr. by\1 some friends' who: will most ,enviable, reputation' which, Dr. "t ,. '

that lay atf| the Grove, and .on this ac- Hon Fredk S. Morse of Miami I i : spend some tine here. \ Jackson bas earned and enjoys in! this
Geol\A- pale'came'do n from
:i t' coon :Bell:withdraws. \ was in town this week poking over thej !. tbe community. '.
? Mangouia inrns, The1 people jpf the City regard t
:. F.13., the Batcbelor, is having a grounds,and pronounced, our,land.vthe ingfa bringing aunch'Sundamorn. loss of Miss Ella\ Clare'who sailed lor. Dr.. Fowler is another school; ;

'.nousH.D' built,. 16x32, two::'stories,:high. finest piece of,:prairie he: ever' laid his ,q'uiteanumbel," tf I'| 'young peo lei.who Key West. last I Tuesday on ..schooner there :ate many people who prefer abomreopatb
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; Sterling has the work: in charge, eyes on. \ attended 'church'[liere and listened to Magnolia We hope that she,will soon and we believe' among'such

bj A. E. Gardner.. ,A kitchen' ,The prospects.for Modelo.were'never' an excellent discourse 0y ,R v., MrGalev : return to' our little town and make it b"e will build,up a' good practice. He ,

'bath .m,.and. piazza:will L be: attached brighter thanfnow, and the\hope of (!after' which thW ;\v e| entertained her permanent, home, with her '!true may,,also;convert, .e to bis methods .

tbis; and when complete,will be seeing every.on'e of our eight "hundred by Mr. andMrsl, C.'Mcci,' > d, reu'n.ing'homti Merritts. \ of medication., Between the two our

Bane, : most comfortable, houses'onMr. !o.ts" 'occupied .bv ,hustling truckers_ : in ening. \ ,' . r rI \ people can, lake, their ,choice and: in -"'
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the :, wjjl Word brought i into tow flatu .
'I'I I was : i '
Cj. jolly, we'expected. ,: \ in,the h4ds .o! good men-far better
Peacock the i ,
:: proprietorof j day that a bear had beeji seen\ in'th'e'ammock xThe Board of Public Instruction
.tbe':tnn', shipped two/J rge'crated of ,1I .So;'Keeler;the well-knoffh. paint north f t.ihton. A', partyasimmediatelyorganiaedand'iearly Dsde county invite' bids for painting than are usually' .available in:cities several

alligator or Avocado 'pears,'and ,also er and decorator of the Florida East : theiMiami public'scbool two'coats. timethe..size,of Miami ,
; specify kind of I . ..
is domiciled here this ::1 BidderXwill please I I ,
two crates,of verr/large 1 ahitilimes. Coast Railway, ; '
; '' '' every available man who owned or paint to be used. Color will probablybe Forty,Acres of,Land for Sale. .
by express to Few: York this week- asan week' looking -after the !planting ofpineapples could: borrow shotgun was pressed white WUh ,green ;blinds, and the , -fir

experiment.' _If this'lot brings good .on the place;selected by, into I service' Thornton, of the trimmings inappropriate color. Bids Belonging to Dr. Wm. C. Cutler, adjoining _
\
Mr.j
returns he sill follow up'with him last spring.' \ ; ; must be in the nindsof Z-T.Merritt of the! property lately purchasedl
; itt larger' / Everglades, ,was invited' to: join. .the Buena Vista not IMer,than September6th y Dr. Boggs, between Cocoanut Grove
shipmei its in:.future. Messrs.. Eskilsen and Schaw of.Chicago tinnt and came in Sunday evening with and will be i,acted upon by the and'.Cutler Price $1,200. Apply' to

A -Pb ladelphia subscriber to 'the have both'planted a tract of pineapples -. h 'posse of'do'ga determined to! be in Board at Its monthly' meeting' at West \I W Y. FUZZARD,' "

METROPOLIS desires us'to' insert !tbe this week','and Dr/West is also athe death." Early Monday morning Palm Beach on Tuesday.'Septe'mber7th I 'aug27-sep27: Cutler.Florida.

followin in our,Coceanut Grove items: busy planting the same ruit as well.as the' lx Random next. T.JliftxrR: < '
? whole >wn .Was :astir. .
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Iaug212t, ,SuperintendentUqtice. S. Mills Fowler M. ,
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tbe ol .;: .fo
-. -To' Du :e- DadetTbankk =: Mr. Joyctbe' manager -*-Mr. shots vvcfe-beard occastooally-showing -, J"

awfully,' .for-:the alligator Hinckley ,of the four/mile. ,hammock,,: th'h.they', were ,ready and "wafting. .. '
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pears premised.last,winter.. ,We were p '- II The METROPOLIS has ;:no clubbi HOMffiOPATHIST. :
.glad to she how the j looked .and learn. .Tbe"1maU; crane ifor our' .newipost'office Soon the 'processioln' startedfarmed rates whatever' with, any other paper A .

bow,they taste._ t j :, 'Dania, arrived, this\ week ,and with shotguns, Winchesters* ',. pistols at present: .. The .arrangements"'formerly -
aTliii halve, wassigaed\"TbeAb-: \ : will be Jn' :operation #in! :'a'fewlayi.The .' Grid jackknives- men bidding a tearful ,advertised I are no' longer in 0 ce first!:j floor: of Hotel r' "Miami.
+ not naming our adieu then :families wives prepar- force., aug2otf'e \ Aug-27t1.
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F.: When in JacksonvilleSTOP'ATTHE r I Application for License. ,4ii Application for License. I Application:for License.f

.Bp.ena I Muxt"D.tnx'Co.. Fu.. \uglll& ,
1'.1mi 1 "
MIAMI MIAMI, FLA.
\ FLA., August .is"7. ,1 dg,17.l Bt* "
/ To the Honorable Board
.. To the Honorable Roard of County Commission aiooers: olConuty' ;ommlsf To the llonorabk* Board of County Commission

\ ers in and-lor l>.ule County,Mate of Florida: Your petiU / \ -1'he undersized:' W. 1*. llatihftt respectfully petition your honorable lit'Cot We theundenlKiied. I).E. btaatey amt W.U. f
body Ie
ppllen to your :honorable body to grant him the permit to aril liquors, wine and grant lbm a. Kulght rompiMing the linn of Mooney A Knight/ ;'
bfer11l
: right to-sell liquors, wines and beer \ ehl.1.tlon respectfully applies to your honorable
in election district body to
district niimU-r!w>en (7;of Dade County Flori norida. nuwbeueYen (1)) 01 Dade County grant us the right to sell liquors,wine and beer
VistaCottage River' Yii\v\ Hotel I II da,and herein prays for a iwrmit to make such 14'e the undersigned"WM.rt'Klstered N.WOODS\.t: \ (;0. In Election I District I Number seven(7) of Dade "' 1

M _,sall'!!. \{'. I'! HATCHKTT.W ;. Election Dlltrict\1\io.\ would rCllpe"Uully voters ask 01 County and pray torn, permit, .to 1).E.make MOONEY such sales. ,
j'
I e. the undersigned bring a majority of the above four honorable pt'tltlon. body t'O grant>WOODS at Cu. the W. M. KNIGHT. ;
''IRiversid'e registeredotern reading in Elertkm.Iidrfe t We.the lublC'riben/totheaboYeapPUe'oitloo. '
.1. \ Avenue umber Me\eu(7>of Dade County, nrs|ettfully J W" Williams VOTEIUI. J ll !V'OTEkt.toward bring a'majority of/Hierexlitered' voters la
near ;Bajj eontur in the above! application and ask that the Cha s Cornell Election District' Number 7 of Dade County re j I

: r Two miles north of/Miami, Street. permit be granted as prayed for.OTKK A )ICsaac lien Y lIkObenson spectfully IH-nuit be concur" In the same and ask that. the
granted
\ as prayed for:
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VOrrks. John Bnrgee I
close to the Railroad Det VOTICHS. "
Jack Miilililacob lkGory. \ VOTERS.F
: \ '
I rray Chasl
5 minute 'fn m the Mlddletou Chatman E Tl Illiainson/
F W Hahn CbarIe I
/ One ot the Nearest Hotels the City to bia hit / H x'Trtp'p
.... / in James .MiCanii his Elijah Meredith Chaez.leury, : Frank .

\ ,. ,: ,.Nt+W\" t1i1dioJr", law, airy the Union1\Depot. I f: 'A, red J Ryan Rutter R marks x Mangruni Was Win hington Bowman Singleton than his I' hl x RtoiS' W mark II Vaughn ';'
W Hahn
his'
1 :;i - rOOMS. 62 his i H Hamiltonhis Geq W Pierre '
,American to $2.50 per daY, Jell'e1 s Steed, Wm Simmons flab :x GrUBBI'BI
: Hunting Fishing Boat- Rates ;' x Thome his James Powell ,
m.rk'
smith .
European.:'..Booms 50c, 75c, 81 mark
mark
L 11 Harris Jack Smith
{ x GlcuDAuafAn .
g. Ceorfe( MoKenzie( his
I I W M Johnson
# 4 l ark1.t'tl'r Teet U C 1 M J , '
I: }'renchclisitle.; ., R. Bixley, & Son, i Due ket George II Green : W! Herrh t WE Poland redeubargl J R GtrtmanV Ryan J: H mark x Hamilton
t .1 Willis
Chan Verne Ueu D Morton F
\ i SeIf&1Uan \ H W'eathetlyAaetan
.L/ / Blue
'i Chas., Courly, Prop i I W McKeii7ie Geo (i Dukes John Neill' Louis Unet'roI T G Ryan his
l-3-tf PROPRIETORS Henry Irrlug 'J :
.: S A Bravo his U W Boadwrtlbtl W L Goodson George x B.nett
V SHU, + 2 W E Cauota Johu Mephens '; Peter x Jol"kett i 1 W Boatwright J D lIall' mark' l'
: CeorteiJriilin -
John John Kronow liter 1\f JellllaW W1111eEnglirh, C H Raiilersoo R M Head b.
Burgess C CastellanoR laon June IJ uldriw J B Reilly R S Rank
i J t:G B Raskin Kobb\ M Hm'tliLGuecco L H H Register, '. ::; Stephenson, J D Johns John A bUvenson 4
E
Grey J G BaskinGen ,
E J
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G K Barker T F l W'Ilerrict Godfrey
Weaver Y U Bell V B:Barker Allen H Jackson '
1 'MlAMt S K Goodrich J Graham J J Louis J M H.ddOl'1t William A Baldwin J H Johns '
G
L Chandler
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W Poppellill Alonollawtns( RuHeadmond
Will H Thomas R H Merritt ,
C ,
Roouey ( Woodall Ray ration J M '
fart :H V Goodrich C D Taylor
it D S lenient Guldens I :: ;! G Peepleshis. ,, his T 1I11lngo'' J D Giddens -J: U Bravo
I Moran 1 Mereday Walter M joo'hon
C Wilson R W Onban
A BuholUAJ.uUtoii .. Geox Long ,I > mark' H 11 DefanDlU CP Raisin W H LocKwood

.. RESIDENCE 'J D murk W D BallCo Mourooo lJtwsy John Krone witter Sam Walter "
BUSINESS and Owens "
' \ GIIIKrtTutten A D Owens II C Herald A Jackson Bam Wilkins
J F
: 'i' \ Keuiielt
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Will Wright bldor Cohen A BuholtzJobn G Rooney Joseph Cooper
P \ "John Woodard A W Dow dell Kronowltt C A tlower'W C CastelfanattGnecco Jas McCann .
\ I Cliai les Ferguson D B Mabry Taylor W II Weatberly '
i \ S L Chanter
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0 his Ed J Law A !'olandWIlUam Y F Gray'P J Coats
.- LOTSIPri I '':AI( Brown S x ]Matliews' A Baldwin W H Jenkins V.J Flurry D Davis
H R
,\ : 'T H Register Mingo markhis Michael Usar A Jackson Ashley Muse: C A Gorr
''t' C Henry Irving l"rduk Mlavio W M PhillipsF LL El kins ,
Gray R M x McCauley Sherman Mathers John Slavin .
Seligraan
B '
\\1 J Tomktns
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j. N6'For: Sale I iWin barley Henry mark \ C P RaganJack Rails J Schueidman J'H Brown

\, L JohllwlI'UnejulerC his Y F (ire' W' .E Jeffer y Isldor Cohen \ C A CasweU 4
Jesse x Steed Nelson .
,W M Pierce R Neely T E Culverhoase \ J H Pbllbrick'
Cottier mark W C Albert John Mooney T J Weaver T Alford Brown
I Cluirles Clutinau G M McLendon SFGoodrlch lIarrr Adams f H Mines Jaa Rand Jr ',.
fleas Harris D J lUddabaugh R W .It J F De
Sanders Berry W D Davis
onUU 1 $1,000terLQt Jessie Wilson ., C L Dorothy 'J hM.rmeeeF I Jessie Marshal DCredenburg Tbomaa J Jones :>
From to I his I+ ,
$100
is ( Juitf MiilclronJ Burlla Glean John Iteavens W C Albert l -his -
I James' x Powell B Brown J 11 Johnson i U H Wadswortb Ed J Laws W J xHarrinirtoa> A
I',ihUx mark P H Coate Coulee Coarly J D Remy W D Do Berry mark 0'
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/ \ II io.Location : 'f>'uer H Henry Robinsim Boleu W R II P hurter Saunders H DColijrove Register ,W F C W Hampton Poppell 'r W B hi Lewi* 'r' /

I ( According l : ,, 'i iallilr hl1l Chas Delaperree H R Wells W 8 hunk E A Frorcher\ } H It( X Maaing
I J A
\\\.1 lJ McDonald Jacob Mldelebroob E1Y YoumanJas G M MeLeudonX KM Smith
Oeox William
Jno B Rellly F Rntter.
/ lC'CanD mokey'JoeH \ i Cha x DeLapert
: mark ,
,t ,' . inn It AI smith H Lovitt Frank Ellis, R T Stephenson' N< ',mark ;
I Wilkins
\ V M Wm Thorn L A Bard lu Pope C Johnson- '\ G:W Boatwrlght '
' wih| reru1Jd iii 11 W Ltl'kwoud Angus! Chute D W ferrlt J B Scott S M Morris \D ,
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fare to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway be to HiT ft ilium-ton 1' J Cosirrove .. :
Hury ri A !talker Alrkall Jessie Wilson
.each parcfaaaer slot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for Buch,fare which R'M Head .Jas!' A Stevenson T E Citlrerhoaae Gilbert CheFaey Totten I John Tony Chas W P Pepe D rthJ'r If

1. .receip |will| be received, as cash in part payment for lot. \,' ', ''I John q I Ills DC Wilson J 8cbueldman' A'S Clements Teet Austin Dare GreenA '
T I .' x Tony H C Oe..Ald1 E B Robb W AI Wright George Scott J M Haddock ,
': )I : 'Call on OHND.\ REILLY Agkt \ I1 mark hU W,E Poland E TWlIlIamson : his lobo BnrcessFrank .. ,..hi-\

t S\|Let x Austin Vredenburg I G Balkin George x Long I tlfis' Jas T x Hammond

-\ / ;( :', Fort Dallas Land Company y, Miami i if I:,\ mark his i T Paul J WeaverD D Mills fObgl"oodaid' C'CCarrart l;I IGeu James his x Powell- I;rmar:1 i ', X' >II.

Or J :INGRAHAM Vlce-Pr 'i. I Frank x Ellis L !W* Miller Merritt I mart x Wllllaml 'C; C !Scott Ross W- Singleton mark Harry x HInei
s \ 110bo '
I. I 11 uiarkCharles B II HarterAuston I Robinson Cbas Turner C G C Eonis : lloJ'Mft

lOI"f" Fort Dallas lland; C( St. AUgustineIda. II Carthslde Teet Robert Hudln bill J E Howard D B Mabry
'l >., h funk .Volt his!' Thos Wcmams ''Ja' per Jt Dolphua John Frohock hisCheesy '
TE, ,
,1.1 Cuherhouse L -
\ 1 B x Black H Campbell his .
matt x Michaelmark
John Frobock' mark W D Davie 'HIrr Lewis Sherman x Mathis .
I'---r-r \\ill S Thomas ,
j \ 'i R Welborn \g
Sat Hendel'S
Foster
Berry
Maynard Moor
K AfcronherW J E Dixon I bla' J W Williams \ 1
Joseph Cooper his

1 L Little Bros. Fertilizer AND Phosphate Co C A'U Gory Albert A F Poland C Hampton ,Ben I mark x Robertson A: W bts'IJowdell, , T H)Register Williams, JimsMntdrom;mark >,.,

,.I h H MassyClias James Thorn Geo Uoltnea Kid x Lewis Chas CarrollW M Randolph .. 'I I \
lack
A
lId ,Will bimmons W E Collins
:>> James H Williams mark Ben Robinson
: Cone C J Wilson DC Wilson ,,"
)1 T Mitchell UndOer Tynt RSCockran
4 f JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, i' L"A Bard W M Phillips Allen Stokes t Robert &Il-cray his Alford Dads'H
tt
:L Torbert. '
; -I' P F >elau J x WI31s
M YeSalrd r
11 William Randolphi Bea Willson,
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James
11. William, J DJohns mark I
ii Coatea' WIIIIUnna Monroe
Ik-no Tripp James Walsh 1B 1, Brows P Pepiere Wm Bowman' ) WDBascomb-Dorsr .

< Manufacturers 'of F W M. his x West A R Jackson Patton Paul D Mills j Fred H PhnfUrlckAngneCduts Williams'Jena ; J LA W Bard Murphy* J W ilium F Kennett Taylor.
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: 1 1 ,HighrGrade Pertflzerti \ r I O John H I mark Bennett Mat inFratikblavin 11 Geo M alfa II Green: l' C GeoM c..teal.no FmDoct MclJndon f 0 Ed Henry WIlBs TravIs Uwcne' Robb Harmond'J'aUon his x Bulling' Sam''bl.mark x Kidd\ l


i J It,Millbrkkibii W H Weatherly R M !Smith \ Mack Anderson .John mark H E HlnctsonTLTownley /
his'
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O growers should Jfse the fieri; Fertilizer, ,, because\\ the best J s Dave| x Greentuark' i I Louis x Kidd ames A hler Thorn Aluse' Alfjed Thus-Muter Davis John Polaski Mooney his I s
mark J B Brown
j ,IO/dl\ \' : .. the cheapest i \ i ij John4ngate' H; F Scruggs Ls bert Miller-rarlor ]Brteto 5J Jackson WUllamaR Geo Holmes ;. Silalx mark Aostea/ \

\\1 W' rriUtoaett Julious, his C HH CUddeback'. ; bill Paul D Mills r H rScruggs .-' ,
1 i Biros No 1 and Little TomatoNorth L J R'oirtmanIIJBurkbardt' x Williams SVIF Pope 'Fi.'0 x G.oosbr Ja- Steel J M Graham if
j ; Vegetable ,, ;; mark on Rauterson i mark T J Burns I Charles Chatman
Bros\\I Jacob Mtddlebrook U U DeBerry , ''Jonn UrlJlin Wm Johnson B
\ DCosKro\e .. Peeples ;i it
., trial Best Brands : J D Hall W J E James
: 1\\ "SJ> are .the on I I! CFlRaganLCOlllver R Fashawelsou ; It IY-urtze.Poppell / 'David Charlie Field Jones his < A Harry L/ADeo Adams. -I '

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f market for .to- atoes.. \I\ '. \\ U:'\'aughnW \ Pierce C CuweU' I", George Tones Anderson xJtfack Fred' ,,Brinkerhoff l t
r' : his ,
II I mark '
\\I \ D Fred Rotter / I T B bbloe Art bur Poland t
DeBerrjr Geo x Williams, t N T MitcheU
E A i'rorcber Louis 'ruler M H: Wadsworth I
T C Hampton '' ,
-: j ,; Ellis.\\Williams &, Branscomb Agents, '" 'i I M T Miu-nell A Willis mark' J W JObDIIOI1 lIulpby J B"\i Harrington'C Murphy .Charley his'i t y
RobtRTaylor
J K '
James mark
1 PI Harris '
a mark
\ \\ashfelcwurtAshley LoufMMaray .
tf- I' .1"l .A. .. \ Must Ed Richardson Uc HGreen D D Livingston. E B Robb w P Hatchett I
Alan Williams his
1'i .. T U kMau' H J Hamilton WMcKen; e 'I Frank Slavic. /
tt Willis Jim x Thornmark
/ bl9. Samuel I bl5j ,
1 1 1I C L L D McCart tlklns hy Gt1 Boatwright JI ate x'Drummer1.ee Bryant Will x Wright t
.1 Ha : W M
EnglisW
Manning : ,
If mart' B Benueltl mark- '
his
Jim Cunningham \ E Canova, .
BJxWIlaoh t. l his Charles Fu son l Geo 8 Dukes
:: John I'jnckuey C A Flower t '
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Tohnsou J I Williams
11111
Albert .i
i m hiss \ J J Heard pnark SO Payne I W M West Alktt Williams
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Jim Drummer'SebetiX L Hall Zimmerman JJnibrd Allen Stokes
j .
M'Iamlj'iJ wh 1 mark;: Grifflir I K Wosban Chu Deleperrr William Plnkner WagDec' 1 1 1J B J Coswell ,
Fra k Reynolds H x Hamilton
J D Hall Samnel John Slavin
.J II Brown : WItlnq
his! B Ml Smith mark OE:Scott '
r It1 R M Smith Johfl W J FlartingtDaFnpk ,
1 x Bery Hurst .
Mooney Jl
R
Reynolds KIII1Ze
J n namiltonbl.
; E W Mowmau'
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i ,:ii___ ,". I Chas Carroll II A tiark Braddoc' ,1' Joe lloW Chas' his Henry his.

::1 J t f.J I' i ., i I K r Mfplienson l C C bcott / mark 1 &.. ,' rlolllu wnii H ArtteD Austin Harry/rHlnel/ F mark x Durham,? ,
f J Wm I Wagner mark .
AntbJl IS A W DowddeU
B J Wilson
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I x Blue Nat H R
3 Henderson Wlin *
Sa x Horn'J E Suttle his
New Operate his uark| SCPane ark G H Woodhan Jack Smith Plum xl Austin

; Will toTerminal Benny Uur 5t KobtRuffinV> Singleton J,RFiUbaw J WtIIlaml 11 SiplO W''onng'! Coleman John Frank Wiftgate Stowe Hansom mark Campbell -

II mark J L Phinazee hid ,' TboalArNafr J L Phinaiee James Cunningham
J1'e hlsij Joseph Cooper A X tae Chas Cone Handey Cam Cbel
Gabriel March
Develop : S C I James C tl KvansJHtuddeback ma 4k C H nddeback Fred W Hatch
?hillp Bowman
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mark HC
tht"L ( Gerald Wash Jenkins
8"
W H Ltwkwood
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hisf) ,CII !tauierson. Dav x GreeD Robt R Taylor GOT Long
Ben x Robii* U 1( H U i'ollltz ark JOfefr.h LYJ; \ G H WooddaltGilbert A J Jackson
"' mar W B l e'MisJEI g Totten
J '0 0.' \\1 'I R 8 Merritt his T B.Laxton

; NOR HERN PORTION OF THE CITY. Smoky' hH X Joe| I) K 1 oward larrison W Wm E Vest anova -. SilUIIIQlltOD', mark, J W his x Williams H H N W Pollltz Russell ,

1 mark W L i ioodwlu W E 1IIns .. W' Dl Collier ark W B Sanders
i W D BatrO m .E Meredith U Pe plea Chas CODe Ge bis "
LAndrew( I ric Ceo Holmes C R Del' W F Thompson J W x Evlnsmark .

r North Miami i Lots are liar mile from t 1 L1 J D A Hatt Flower.' JW Jas W D'1-pat Is J D J inns ..J Durbal"A. E.ula1v \ + Nat R McCoolly HendersonV '.
t. ,* onlY' a t e.IN ew! \\ M : L C Ollteer , J W Boatwright
K Pace ,
: Jen> A L Allen AnA w G BellAlonzo A Mclsaacs '
J F Kennett
' 'Terminal WTTajtof I C D Taylor Hanklnt J E lemmas "
few'minuteswalkr Size 60x100. wm Tbomas
:: : ,, or a + : _' \ HRdssellj W R HanderaCharles Fred rlnkerhttfl' IWuh his Ward EC Gray DK Harrison _

!" ]I'' Alley l in rear of every'lot. Cool and breezy,;, K Bri tee Jones'hotVThoyJ Tom aldom Chatman j I, John' Is PlIickeJ A 0 mark Richardson x \, Pies his HarrU EW i Douthit MocsmanE -. rl

S S, uckett J E Uimmus! \ t Jobn x Griffin .. J C Enry
: i ,1'I | ;locations.. '\'I\ S .w Douglas. Ed Driiit hit J H mark Brown; 0 E'J L Vou'blt Dorothy mark LC Oliver '.
rank T W T _
stone Scott p Coleman C H Itaulerlon Taylor WmLoweSamnel
S C Stearns
i ( ., fiTO : umer bill'x Ans In Chas his x Turner J A. AleDonald :T L Townley Mam G James HornS : Stringer 1
\ Charles
PRICE 5650.00
: Griffin Courier
. Ii' mark I I mark 0eorga E-H llincYeon ; C J Wilson ,. WE Jeffrey J E DIeksoo .
Frank
I: < ' 'v f EdJi Johnson H W Burn* R W bau P F (el"D atone his CJBadabaogh
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i r J Laws O G G Wrox Lavender 8 E .
$75.00\iif'I ndberTJ J D G pdeus 4 Stearns <
1' th 'j 1, \ Sam Walker Thos R Laston j mark f
his his \; _, Ills
while ( C '
Scott
Buy be Colemwr
e Ytmay': had I F\V&-1I maD D x Davismark Alt x Brown H W Borne I It} E Mangrumhis Chaa Turner'
Collins I
r-, i. ". ,1 j be 'wortn -[double! a few : months: Ii n W F Po pe I Fred,Williams his ark, ? G his Grandberry. j'JJ T M r Minlard' .- *) H Wf mark Burns
Wm A HaldVichael Joe Wanton mark
: hi
i Terminal Oxar F Bur ,x Hard D x 'Davis t his\ Dxkteris "
[is completed. Easy Terms. A j \ s' m rlt : .
I ,, Y ''II J Sclineldman) Jai MartinE H.J B rkhardF'Fred marl Wj!: Peter x queiett 'f' mark ;
1.i : \ J W Murphy M M tiox C U E nls llama mark I 'FredWnilams i

j j: : :. \ :(1'I H Bobbins. & Graham !Ii, Thewtjllla T1.TownleyCSSw W lit* 5 eba.: blif x Henry nJoseph J J C E It Br.vo Uirtman H*ward : Joe J W'L L Winton Phinasee'J Torbet \' John mark his x Pinckney' *,Joe W L WintonFBntrriss 1T0rben, ; '' 4

J J \\'illi.Um: -\ mark F Barns Andrew Price 'Jas Martin '
uh II N PclIItz I
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j. ; 97-tf ;.. ) OJVER E03T OFFICE.. John AI'''H WI&4Jh\'o h G W :tnderon: W P Hatebett, E Joe Al Martin MaUox John, Ross '\ ,IE 'UjMattoO t

.- \ItImported \ Polankn MonroeUossey Fe Ham ptOD CS Swan' his \ 8 Swan
, : : 1 '1'1 George W.Pierire' W J Harrington Will Uvender H Robinson', \ his
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J C1 Bravo ]I' W F his mark r J
I Thompson 1 CbasrHeD1'J '
:-1; !f' eel Rio Robt LCo hran GeoSti kea ChIS ,x.Henrr'i C C 1 '
: I tA 11 per oz.,gee ptr pound Wllliamrraylor- i ; Scott : markOW ".
:' {11,, ,Florida 80r>' ,." .. Samuel stringer B J Ca -ell mark George Griffin Sanderson
OB* 5 I" Williams '
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grown year. 0 \ f G W a <:terson-
-1<-. John Millii John Woodard Allen his. '
t.;; I T 'S'1 Fnroatra Leaf TnbWo, Ise os to $7.H, pr Ib. Mannfarturlng T J Burns ,;I .W Mearda), i kl1srW 1 Martin I John x Woodard K; )'
40c prl oz. ft r\r lb. FIELD AND S Bra
"1 I 0 ee GARDEN SEEDS-Corn Field Varieties,20P perqt.postpaid stiTEOJiI'WRJDA.-J 1 : Julius* Williams 01V Adams' I mark' "

'. ) ; II 60 per bo. freight not peid.l Sugar t'ouMor, ) tIVnonallf L markSTATEiOV .STATEOFFLORIDA.l;, r
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', j 'Yerletieytc'prgt; ,poxtpaidrtY5reign n r express appeared' before Ih FLOREDA,1 c i'I GoCxtrOrDlDa, (', .
r , I.. bee acrco."Id. not prepaid.' amber, 5<>e post undersigned' CoUarT OF DADE. f I Personally appeared before the. undersigned" /
? qHaab. 'Pearl fillet;the best (odder 25cT pe'Jb aidof; a notary ptiblie for the State of Fl orida at large,
,; ; ,- tipba or ore! 1'ic pr Ib All other Deeds at finally per'ed'rat"Ib. post In 1 to I W. P. Hati lielt to me well known and made oath ti Personally appt'aredbefore the mnders Igned,1 ftjnotarv public for tbeState of Florida at large, f
International
,' 4s SUlek Food, '., ,Intetnatio tal Poultry Food,35C pkt.T ( that,eucli and every name or mar!i affixed to the notary public. for the Ware of Florida at 4ttgec I Wi M. (ugbr{ one of the firm of Mooney &
}y !r Jan- ''': r ' per :, L. CAMERON. | foreeumj;application was the act and deed of wmla, Wood", a member of the ,Arm of I Knight to me well known and made oath that
\ 11' ]Jacknonville Fla.A. William{ N.WOOds Co, to;mttwrIl known fear h and evert
1 -' *t the I person, purporting to -81he- same and ask name a-id DInk affixed to the
1\\ there Was no fraud bribery or deieption in pro. made tb that each and every name or foregoing application was tbe act and.deed of,
f -- curing such,,signatures' or marks and all such affixed 0 the foregoing application waS the act the person purporting to sign the same, and
d- t signatures and marks were obtained afterkheregistrationIHt and deed tot the person purporting to siga the that. there was no.fraud,7 brtberr or deceptionused '
.choice $election was revised bye < County Commis same and there was no fraud, bribery or de cep-: in procuring such signatures or marks
s ioners at their meeting ID June 1997. -' lion in procuring such signatures of marks.'ana and that all such signatures and mark were
r : Pr lH tanin i. 'at the jofficeof H i'\ TO '*I.. t-', , w. P'. HATCHETT.- :I a6 suchisignatures and markp r were v Dtined obtained alter the revl,Ion of-tbe registration
[ Sworn and subscribed to before, ,this icth day j after tbe ri'glstro&tJon-l1st was revised b ythe' list by the Board, of Count'Commlu1, omen la
the.111Ex EIOP Angast,189T 1 County -ommissfonen 12'll tel1't' :ro' June, 1897. W.K. KNlGHp.
gI 19 l! 1: 'WAITEB 8.GRAHAM.il ;l ) worn and subscribed to before me this IStaof '

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.I it -A Mysterious Disappearance. Bay i Front 1 ,For i Sale. :Being Ten the Acres s 1f 6t at ne North Jf of nej Miami of Section '-
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North Miami Tita Lots }1 From the Tropical 'nn. 400 Twenty-one feet on the, Bay acres >A ith splendid a frontage piece of ot 36, TowDsuit, South of Bange4l

I>r. J.V.. Jal-kson, chairman of tli land}ing between the; place of R. R. McCormick East lying between the railroad and Bay '
close to the Good land. Price
School Board he never saw a bet very Bay.
: says ; and that of A- R. Simmons,
Ranging, in Price FrbrhSSO, to $150. \. ter Clerk of thel lard or one more-- attentive booth of Cocoanut, Qroye. "The finest $1.300 2-18-lf. ROBBIXS i GRAHAM/,

A_ Selected List of Bay Biscayne Property, ] \ : to-basin ssthattCountySuper pteceof land fpr sale on' the Bay for the \
Price 1 $4,500. Will take
,Fruit Tracts and (heap Lands, .for Investment.!; \j iiifeiidcnt Z. TJ Merritt, thevpresen half money.cash, or only[ one-third; cash if neces one- NATIONAL- ' .- Y 5) L :-

Frost-Proof Bearing Orange Groyes.} i\ incumbent, when in this city; bu sary.218tf.
L1nds.
I No. i Phosphate whenever they KO' to Lemon City on BOBBINS'' ,& f B=t1UM. Home-Seekers V "

I I Jbust ea TaylorWta uneasy the min* .. 1 I II
of D !
Choice Property Every ESTATE
ute they strike the town and is geneTr PLACES OF INTEREST.To REAL EXCHANGE.t
.
'MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION ON .BOTH SC'rit'j\EAST AND in.live minutes, and the )oc. '
.. rally gone Be Seen In and About Miami and Biscayne : :. ( t ;,
irllt'ft traiiHartthe'business/ -
.' WEST COAST. || : tort to The Bar. ; .4 l
the superintendent attends to Miles Eshanging Property for Property '' : i
way a
BltigTarlamand'IpaSpanish Mackerel!Fishing 10
., E. A- '-VV adde11, \ msiiK's* ,when hWe appears/as-if hem Rapists of the Miami . ., .4 Specially. Send! Description of what -1
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;. marl tfit. 'j 2sL ia.ixii.>:F'la. \" ''I
.__ .. o\vhjit infatuate him ant/draw both TheIlim-h' Bowl and Kuins. i Tl &
vMALABAS INDIAN \
.----:-- -"""' - 1II 1- { Cape: Florida and the Old Light, 8 ,, RIVER, FLORIDA.C.CCARROLL .
is b ily aid min away fronhbusiness FoweyKocks Light V/I .. :. .15 : HI
The Florida IU-e<9. ->? ., . 13 ,
!\ a s so n as ie, gets to L/IntitL/City the Deep Sea Fishing .- t L. 13TheCoralGardeu9. Oct. late Is .. Real Estate Ag nt. JE
but I i ,. 'r .. 3U !!
wlwe st.tiow he
bleb r will not y j ;
Bear Cut i . i .. 4
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Ins h a suspieirins u to Norris I Cut 1. 2 :
.. givens Ca-sar's Rock and Creek .. : j. .. .23Klliotfs : EAiSTSHOP
d agn the casdalid the ref Key. i ... \' I I. , ..,. 23 MIAfflE e
.A... j. '., .'; .-. .. 30
the time the '
silt; / f his diagnosis by The Hooting Grounds..1"j :I i. . .'.15
art meets-an alao her jiame.I Sam FII..r'!)Urove.. .'. +I r .:,. 4"i..t.. .I.. .?. .. 2 T. Ji WEAVER PROP'R.House ,
t- . . . .
/ Little Liver : : .1: .il'A
i Arch CreekNatural -. . . .-. \ .-." :. --1- .4 ,.. . 13 SIgn'.and C rrlager. .
Bridge.z. i. .. . 16
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A H| ntcrprise. CoemtnulUrove.. .. ".5.

F',bs'/ll.om/{lie Lake bit /ick'orth has>ewa the credit origi* Lemon Cutler.r.uenaVUta: Cityv. :. . .l.- ?: -\\I':>.1.x. :r"t i:1.-.. :,::::;!liThe HaiIiting' {I IU

; V4fye Royal Palms . .. :.i. ,. . .,..j. ... B
If/I /M ?
F niltirig n iiew and t alnabltr enterprise The Giant Bamlinc<<... 1\ ;..... .... ,, ... 5 f
( toj\ Mie least Coast It is a fertilizer i Wild Orange. Wild Lemon .. .., -\, .1.1.\ .. 2Wild ,
'i Lime Oroves. .f.. . \.i..r/..... takf'f'S Decorative Wall Paper,Hanging a spec f .
fajtLry/ utilizing foul fish,sharks, etc., Haulover..l..I .. . 15
'. j, Snake: Creek. .. ) .. : :. .. .... '. 20! ialty. 'Graining", llard-wood. Fin 8b-
IM ,,, II I, 11I fohiiating a high irade_ 6f fertilizer. The Crocodile Pond- \;'" ., ..'r.!. .. .. 10 lag and Kalsomio' All::work .
,, Tlve I fish,'where tile skin i's of value, louse of R rllge.. . ,t. . . . ,, .. .. 10 guaranteed. Best of refer
Indian Crt' 'k and Oyster Beds, . ", . . _.. . 10 will ,
I = sun as .s harks or porpoises, is I The Old"Ruinon the ences be given.
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I 'hide Fort Dallas. .. .... . Are. D and 9th St, MIAMI FLA. ....
skinned and the preserved. The A Cruise on the Bay of Florida and Among 7niav9MT-hf \,' .

., .... .. ftt-kh is boiled and t tie oil pressed out The the Florida Keys Gulf Stream... . . .. .
/ofit. The residue is then pressed into Eight: ,Hour Safl to.the Bahama Banks . .

II en esanddril'land} iftervrard, groundfirst THE PEACOCK 1)NN -
yfi11 ,
o o >ulverzed into dust, 4T.K
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i-LOOATED o'N.BISCAYNE ;. 4
i this shape it i > said to make the -

b fertilizer know / sel ing! readily
BAY-
\fe Manufacture all %
at jthe highest prices to those who |kinds and sizes of
FiVe miles aonth'of:.Miami. /
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It used it.
v ?> J The oldest and largest hotel
SAF TYJ COMFORT QDICK TIME LOW \CRATES I all the little ijilets 6f this coast gu. on the Bay.. Headquarters.
ct stain thousands OC shark and othei1 Cypress ;tJ for the Biscayne. Bay' Yacht

Fin st Cuisine and Service.. No Transfer Between Jacksont file and ttfw York. foul] fish, attracted, hereby shoals of K Clnb. : oM '

The Fleet Is composed of the{following 1 1djmanclift Handsome New Steel Steamer*! otner fish on which they feed, and are r Tanks Dallj Steam aunch Connection WIth Miami

;i (new), i AlgonqEin, t Iroquois, t Cherokee, i.Seminole.NORTHBOUND. easily caught, there is no lack of raw Bates$2jbOPer. Day and Upward.,
.> material.. I IMr. Special!Itatea by the Week.

Mwriek got his things together G. H. DAYIS & SON
CRAS. PEACOCK & SOY thtor9 e
Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. / t lau {week and is now at ;New -River, Palatka'Fla. : PlOpr ',

From acluoimUe, Fla., (calling at Charleston),, Sunday,Tue* From .arleitoi, S. tt, - - -* l Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. '
rrWlte for Catalogue.
I For ho irs of tailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily' papers begin operations . 1-24-3-24-pd I !Open All the Year. 1-1-ia

1 SOUTHBOUND. ,
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Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29,"East River. New York7. att 3 p. tn., as follows: I 1 Pineapples-Out f-$, ason. ;
For Ch iriestOBTS.C-, r j 1 I Mondays; Wedbeodays aid Friday m the Tropical Sun. > I j The Pint :
{ F ort- ksonvllie. Fla., (calling at Charleston,' Monday, Wednesdays Fridays.ot \IFr.j Jl'" purposely plan t slips ,and System I


i'' Boston and Jacksonville -Direct, Line, (F 1t). a sulrkers W SJClow!, at hassucceed odd. times | nri lntprevent-' g the:year. Perfect Passenger Se'rvice :.. ":. :.i ii

,Calling at Charleston, S.cl, both ways. inr one-half or'more( of his pineapple a
| the Points in Alabama -
Mot
Reaching Important Georgia
ANI/"DELAWARE" ,,
STEAMERS "QEO. W. CLYDE" cnlpfi-oin ripening at the lisuaj time. ._

T Are appointed to sali as follows: 'lid liA's' done this fort Ie reason that South Carolina, Florida Cuba and' : ,
From i of Hogan Street, IJacksouville [, i 1'' 7 From Lewis's WhArf Boston '
FKIDAVSCLYDE'S I FRIDAYS helcanjget' better prices cot.tnej pines Novia Scotia. .. ,

ST..JOHNSRIVER L NE. ih t hV sells in the fall are winter bold :Most: .BP1 ]2d.14: :ate1s: .?:: '
than lie can for those tnat at k jI
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-(OE BARY LNp] t'hd' t inlet lie regular ero "tS mar\ eted.I t"': V-

ack anviI4, Pplatka, Sanford, Enterprise; Flat and .Inter 'ciliate e sold all that 'ripened this. season --- . ,--\ J
at the n ual time and, bL returns were
ohns
Rher
,J Landings oh tyie St.\\I J
comparatively I 1 rat sfact rybur! he P tN

Steamer-\-\ VWELAKA" ,claims chat he will make Ifrqni twice, to 1

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ten titu -s as much. the half crop

\ CAPTAIN W.TA, SHAW, or more. that 'is! still. on the, 'plants

Leavts .. .T -,...,-,;...... . : .} 4.,,. i.Tuesdays and Saturdays at7Sp.inf and! that will along a ,(ew at. a .
Leaves lanford .'?. +. .,..,. .tf.\ ..'.-.. ...-.../. .+. ..}. ,Mondays andiThtirsJays at U.OOa. macksonrnie. ripen I
: ___ J time unit next spring. ,
' \ U Tl\is\ is ah idest that wjould be we,11

General Passenger arid' Ticket. /9jJiC, ,20f 11'est Bay-Street. Jackson :ille. for ur pineapple growers to\\ study .I

*JNO- L HOWARD, Ban. i : I F, M. IRONMONGER. ..... F. PJ Aacasoxvti.ls -pverJfori there is motj.ey in it for; them .;,'., '''',
\ ; FLA. '' I I' I. iftlHW Bali'soccerd' in forcing ..theirpin"eapples"t6
T. ol EQER;T._M.., ,w. H.- ARBURSON EpfA. M, H. CLYDE. 4: T ,M. 1 market
,J ; ready for at
be
6 Bpwuxa oases: Kkw TOUX, \II a
., WM.-P. FLYp .' & CO.,\ Gen' Agents. i. time u hen the market is |not flooded

6 fowling 'Green...New.Totk City'" 1S4, r'Del. Ave., Phf'ladelphta. Ii 1-7.IfGeorgia with UieWgu'arcrop' .

In t istmediate; ;viciniiy threis\ ahone

\ rnarkei for all the! pineapples ..

Southern arid; 'y that ca a furnished' from about the \ In the West ".Coast ',Region"'of Florida,. ti .j'
t
1j floridaR\
first of ember 'to about!the first ofAptit .

P /: '; ; \ \ \ o ater, at good prices*fpr th at 'THE PLANT 8TEAMSHIPtINE.I .+ Y

*The;>Suwanee River] Route ", II is when' r northern visitors are here, Steamers Plying Between: Port 'Tampa,, Key estlandHavans '
::1' jl\\ and they re anxious bu ]such fruit '
'r1 1 '1\ ?I r 'will for arid Between) Mobile .and Port] Tampa. r '
::\ \ T .e Table-7uzie15B; ,\ 7 \ and Always pay good price* it.1 i ,
Our pineapple growers should take B. ,v. WRENN.. r H. C. M6FADDEN, .
i ?l '
'. SOUTH BOUND I STATIONS.NORTH BOUND. notice of \these points and govern Pass.Traffic Manager Ass't Oen'l Pass. Agt.

j- No 6 No\\a-\ tNo.: : ,. \ No 2' No4790i N06Xt.i. themselves accordingly, for there is *fyj tejN- yaTl TVn-Fi fci a r a.. *-fKef S r )

. ,. .....Atlanta. ,.....tArrtVeLeave t money in it for them, besides' a benefitto
.... x 8 :'O'1.M Leat'e'l'r; {;.o\\ 7 35 F M !\ \\4"{ ."
,.... ..1I18 n40 ,' ArriveRaeon.:..': 4'40 4.15 ,;. ... the'country and a pleasure and satisfaction
< M r.x il 25 rt* tI 45 A x Lea vc,,-.......,\-.M.con.k.i4.,Arrive T\ *l,F x Tax 11 00.A X \ 'visit .
i i 58 1 4ix 2 O8 1' x Arrite....;..., (Cor4eler.ii.ILeave; \220- 1J45\ : 8 as t the tivinter r.e '
Mallory \ '
,I 40 00/\\ 160. .j.....-... .....,t. T t6n \ ,\..)J...... 1 4X) 1225,, 6 4ft / 8teamshipn S
1 iao no04ft/ \ $ ai .i.;..a. ...n::;.. 'aldoeti.fir' .....}....; 1105.IIIO. JW PJl I 51 : .
t ...u... \ -6 --... ..,j..; ..V".J.sper.41.\ o ..: ...,,. IOC ,96. .... t.I'... Contagious Diseases: y .
54S' \ 738 . 91O 900 ,
r. j 3.s::::::': W \ 1090 : :rtrp: : .: .t:;:.t-: ::: fi 10s: 4 4.- :::: t.:: Our reader should remember1 that (N.'Yo & T.s.. s. eOJ :

8 10 AH, fi n.. M Leave. ,,-,._ :.'j'iftoD..Arr1ve, \ 1 U 6\J\ P :x ....4 . 26f r . -
: tllH'.1I '
"' ''0 : Section $ evised Statutes ,of the I '
-i ......:. b 10 800 Arrive, :i...,..> Wavern**.... kV.Leave. II 55 AM 9 40 .....t-i.r... a
s\ ...... 180 11215: ; ,..JACKSONVILLE ....,.a.;,... 6 2ne 700'' ...; .... .. State bf Floti provides thit "Who- '
7 30 A. ,,400 r a Leave. ..."' 1 Hron.. ...1;.:.A trl'e It 00 n'u 'i 15 P II -' falser maliciously disseminates lest Fla. tGT\'New.\ .York .
:..- *{'r.. -7. 00. 515 Arriv.;..?;.I'ITZGERALD......Lean 100&.1.. M 6 00 .....\'t' ever ; or ,.
l9'tjx ..... ..... .. ,' .._. .. br spreads rumors or .
aldosta. 4 pncerniiig.the'jexiWence
11 121i3.r x "}, Le.ve. / \ =" .t.Atr1ve: B 30 r II Ur -lM repprts '
1149 124id ...!....i.. Arrlvqi. .Qnttman'. ". ;T..Leave .:........ 552 :333 '' of infectious The magnificent; _steamers of this line,are appointed to leave I. \ w
1200 L/ 2 14 .. .' ..;.. .... : ...,.;THOMASVILLK..all:.' .. .... 4 ftfi 2451 i i140m any: I .1
-c' ... 1ttO. a x 11I4 po II Leave. :...,..P.1atk.\.r.ArrlVf' 400.A M 4,6 !' {, .. or contagious diseases' shall be punished Key West Every Saturdayarriving
:j.: ,... a a x Attlee.aw'.'...8. .,\..:...,;rLea\"t 1 18 ISO ..... i jby .
A t ro. 3 ft ......ia,". ....-j..orl.DdO..r..'.; ..Ji: .;. 1205\ li: 15 P H r.... F10 imprisonment not exceeding :

'i ::-t}::. 845 805 8w7? ::f. :;;:::a..Lskeland.:::; ::w.;::::tr.t k.. : 9 7601 SOP x 1045 80(1 :::::: r: six ..mjqntbslbr py' fine not, exceeding t in, NEW' YORKfolloW' DIir\\, Tneedayv Service' and accommodations.

i- .\.'" .65 A .:, ..a. Leav .....i,..Palatka....,......Arrive ,.;...\... 4 N) P a .... ,_ one thousandi tdo lars." 1 \ [Btrictly..firet-clafia. j .
F r :. .. 12 48 P M .... i...:. Afrive ... ..Ormond.; _"...\,Lf\ "\....4.. 2 r.1 ?r.,... ... On the, o lied I hand, all practicing DIRECT '
,.i. . 330 ...t; +_ ... -: .-.L;; Roekledee. ;>. .. .w. ..,.{.. ... 1207 ...... .,"' Bruin ink Georgia New York ,. "'
... ., 810 '.. :.... ....n.r......\..West P lm Beacb.;...[. .. .r.J.. .'. 7 44 .,M .n.. .. physicians should bear in mind that .
'.;.1' ...... 1106 .,\t.1-. : ........'.....}..JIIAI.. .;'....;..t.} ....,.:.,,. .. SOU-, ....... .'". Secliot ,26i evi Statutes, provides ,
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PASSENGER .
-I IjOperateB Pullman B ffett: Sleepers the year round between'Jacksonville. > ,Fla.aDd.N asbvi. (if. that "Whoever .being a licensed or Via' Feniandlna\ (F. C. A,P. Ry.) and', Comber- SERVICED Via Everett and Southern: R.l1w.n I-:.
F
tvnn., via Tifton on Trains Nos. 8 and 4,, '\ .--i '*,i ' \\ \ practicing physician fails toreporfomirfediat \ land Ronte:, I ; :
F.airectonTrainsNoi.aand4.j Operates" Local Sleepers the year round"between Talatkal'Fla., ,and''Macon, Ga., Tla G."SId! to the State Board'of Health LvL Jacksonville) : ...........,.f .... ........}S IV" am: Lr.Jacksonville..':. .....-;.".....,.,.....' 'Ofl pm '
,1 y if I ly. LvL Fernapdina. . ...-....)-. ;j..rt-.l[ 30pm LT. Everett....'..,;.,:V. ......_ ....:.,.6 40 p mAr f ,
out ... ... . "
eat=Llne.to Soldiers' ,Colonv via Tifton by telearam'tP be paid for of' the ArBrunswi'-k.---i : 'r. .530pmi .'.. '.. .. .... I
Mtzgerald ( ) i r j Daily except Stindar. Brnnewtck.] ;...,;...! .. . .7 30 p m
funds be provided for the 1 allowed board for .
I : Exposmori ; expenses Passengers on supper on jrhntsdays 4 \
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\ NASHVILLE
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Health 'ot '. ) .
of the State Board in PROfOSfcpSAlLlNGSi
) the i .
i RUD" Ticket iw :. ?
Palatkal J. I ,
Trip n< on sale at following very low te.'rorn;\ : From l.
Tenpay Limit. Tuesday ind ,!' d .. ;,. .. . "*.-.New. Tbrk;pier \EB; ,?-I) p. -St.udanl1'ime: : ) \. Lr Brnnewick -
Thursdays .I,4},- : 'ikt .fI280 most manner_ case of 1
.T. .. .'.' .<.. .. .-.,. '--.14 r .z.. 1925.-.60.t', expeditious every Friday JulY 9----------------------------------" ORANDETFriday. .. .. .,.... .. ...'..... :\. Friday July 18 1.'
Oct ber3bLuralf..j., .I.7c.v.v'>::.t'f'.,.V.,...'.Itt.....".::. .... . .i9 +, :rol.,26'23..24(10' allow fever,; small pox or cholera thatconies'1 July 16..STATE'OF TEXAS. ... . ....,.._.... .Friday: July 23
The Scenic Bonte. .The historical Battlefields Route. < '' Friday July 23.: ...-. ... ..i ...'...,...i.\ ..,RIO GRANJE'. .. .r.... ..............?,.Friday,Jnlr.;80 '.
Pull information, slecplnf car reservations, ,etc., -be' obtained : by wrttirig withinl his [practice, be Friday, July 80 .. .:... ,..,.-...... .. .,. ... .COWRADO.-5--:...Friday, An .5 .
orcal. ingnpon, N,'- ; -R- < mat r can: .I\\ \ 5 promptly. f punished by imprisonment wall Friday Ang.. , .. .. .... .,: -.1< .... . ,:.+.RIO GRADNE. . .... . .,..:.,..:....Friday. Ancl3B. _
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\ ._.'" ,'" \ .V.: -HUGH.RICHA&DSON? Gen:-;Agt> ,. ing;six months, or by fine not exceeding THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, ,;; W."SOUTHWICK, .. .

\ "c :- 't:1':1 J f 1; v, ', 1 .1 Hogan SLf JactsbnTllle';"FljUj.ltA'NE one thousand, llara.'i : Miami, Florida. :Agt. Mallory Line Key bleat, Fla. -

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& tI r,1"at an excursion 'will be run from ,Gold'eposits in South 'Bade. '

Mince .Meat., Miami to Jack onville on Saturday' The Rev E. V. Blackmail virasNhi, our W 1tit' Pickford 'DEALER AnaS IN

4, rate\of $5.00 for,the round, ROUGH ,
Sept. at a : '
Franklin, C, Lush'and Wni. 1). Kel- trip. I, sanctum this week with a':, piece of DRESSEDYellow '

lei of Chicago are two very pleasant, ./ . quartz rock' which appeared to be very ,. .
': and' refined! young gentlemen who arrived rich in gold. It was dotted \here aiul ,i'
,to Starch 14akers. ,
: in the city last Friday night,. and Important \ there, with what certainly appears tfli ; .\, Pine and '
following received ", .' '
The letter was ,
Tare stopping at the'Hotel Miami.)'They gust be particles of pure gold, some of themas 1. Cypress r" /
'before We some
'have made numerousexcursiotis inspecting day yesterday., large as a pin IIt"ad. others the size ,. /
of lour subscribers who manufacture
\ the lands' within a radius i often of a uiustariseed. i \\
I starch will correspond with Mr. Mon- \ '
'j ;miles of the City, in company with 'I '. We examined the' piece of quartz LUMBER 2
teji I
Hon. Frederick S. Morse. Mr. \',,Bush : ; : under a magnifying Mass, and the : \
Fia. august'n,18Sj7.
YBOR )
CITY ,
; owns property at Cocoanut Grove that ,Dr V.'s.' Graham, MIami,Fla; bright,. yellow metal had that greasy, S ; / ,

he has had, cleared' and will have a Dear Sir-I have the pleasure of\'n\ dull;appearance, of pure gold.. (:Several; Special sizes sawed to order. Also Fruit .and Vegetable?; C teLet me quote .1.

building constructed upon it at once..Mr.lKelley closing you' my card and b..g'or you to oilier parties whit were presentwerea \ prices before you 1 buy; A trial. order solicited. . t '''
will probably also purchase put\me in communication with a manufacturer p the metal was gold. Whether. '}' "
some laud before be.departs lie expert \ of starch:: from. the cassava:' it is or not v ear., unable to sat. aRg"20-tf.1f \ COCOANUTJGROVEi,! FLA.12th ..
rootl l of-which article I could sell 1 a I i
to leave for Chicago, next Monday ' largfquantity./! ., If any party would [Che reverend gentleman'say4 he has

orning. Mr. Bush will probably, send me a sample and price,irl'uitablpt; detached several particles .of the yellow At 1 STUR.GIS, 4'Pr
weeks.' On I think I''' could order good, lot fir a
rem in here for several a metal and placed it on apiece of r
trial The sample ,maybe sent by mail, Street Miami
". Mon siyMr..Busbwasgrief-stricken r glass and immersed it in [aqua fitrtis or ,
to re rite a tdegraS&' 'fnfbraing' him' or express you in: so'advance as to gain for this time.courtesy Thanking I- nitro-nuiriatip! add, and that the add 1 laftll Sadil an[ I ail O Near

that hlaGbrother a:=fine mW": aged 24F5T subscribe, myself ha I no action on it whatever. i iWe V Passenger' Depot I
'years", had lost:his'life by being carried '! Your obedient, servant! then i ked him Whether the ; \ }'ine. Harness Work a specialty' : (
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M. A: MO>TEJO; "All repairing Neatly Done _
: Fall Vinicpmpany with _
over (Niagara pi re of ore (fame from the Klondike, ; ;" .
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,_ two: companions.. Tree\sad intelligence' California i> pit' Australia,!\ and he in- .30apr97-ly-hf \ I Send for PriceLiet for New Work .,. ,

was,also, contained in the 'Jacksonville. Information about;1 Campho Trees fortned that it natural '
us came m m a .
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., t pape which came to hand; that night. I\ Wanted. dPI ositwithii six miles of the METROPOLIS GEORGE B.. BARKER" ,: / 'f\ ,/

f > : I Col. K; W. Davi ,, member Congress oltl e, but ,would not\ ..tfllU'8\, its
r I : Council \from this district, lus the WatchmEtker ,and Jeweler'st
4st' The City ) sends whereabouts ndould not say as to .
At' it meetinglost nightgrantedltlie following letter. \Ve trust thht aiiy of \
the extent t t;deposit I IWe r
Muio FLA.
? PC'STOFFI JurLDisa, 1 ,
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4 Flori a East ,Coast Railway'Company of out readers who have.any cajinpliyr feared.ht. someone hadbeen '
and carefally attended to. All wOrk.gna"'lIt ,{
Repairing promptly *; -
cultivation will write to
across trees {under
the right-of-way the streets trying to mak sport of the goo man NovG-tf-if A fall line,bt spectacles,and eye glaa i lwayt on hand,
zi:2 crosse i rig Avenues and Department : I the and he ad-
t-of-way across seen deposit. '
;9. D and. 14th street for the branch line pliTATKA, FLA., August 23rd: 1zW7 mit ed he had ot, but said the party ccfiELLWJ---: ::
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; .Dr. W. Graham,Miami,Flu. ,
{ to the otel Royal'Palmlr' and also for My Tear sir:-r-The Agricultural Department who gave him' tpie sample was ready to ,
its *}Y '.west of the main line acrOss at Washington has asked makle path thathe; had taken it from'a '
t iAvenu- F and Rid street. and' on 1st : me to give them the names of,any'per- deposit oh his I own property, :Which
{ son! on persons in Florida who have andSa1o
street ).s now located. :, I been 'experimenting with camphor was located) within six miles of the 'S Livery StabJet-

:: Council: will meet again;next, Thu. s- trees as' they desire to enter into correspondence busihess centre of Miami. I\i " S
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_' with them. 01 r conclusi ns in the matter from
-mot:\ '. .. If you know any person or pl"rsons' the meager information furnished us 11th 'street 'near Avenue D ..Miaml. --w
; who are planting these trees will you , : '
Excursions.
cry Cheap ''give their and by tile Rev"E. \T. Blackman'are# as; follows' ;; '
kindly me names addresses ;:i Horse and Males to let an saje.
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Key'est to Miami to-day, rate '2 With mucb'esteeni.. i -. ;
.for the ound trip. \ f-' Very truly yours: f' Tne sample:of ore' he exhibited to us Bred Horses'a ; l 5 l

Jacks: jnville' to'Miami next Wednesday , .. .,JiBOB W. DAVIJT;! is a piece of quartz' richly streaked Carriage 'Teas Bnggy Teams s\w'ort"Tea

-gold.to until Saturday f5 I I with I gold. It would probably yieldover

for the r und' trip. \ 'Adam e Mayer to Be Marna'd.Ada a thousand (dollars I to the ton t if 30apr97-ly-gs; \. -
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The,R ilway Co. is certainly deter I Ij ; Mayer, the very popular proprietor \the uieposit would average as rich as '
-' mined to keep this marvelous; Miami, of the New Yor bakery,was a 'the sample xhibi eda* I I Near Brady's ? ? '
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before the public. .1 I, fellow-passenger on tlle/ rain, northbound \ we ear somebody is trying to playa "

: We believe the excursion from Jacksonville ' lest Saturday tie informed us practical joke u our,him, for we have! \Grocery-, V42th ,

next week will be the' largest that he was off,for a trip to New York never seen' any rock of the quartz jva- D. orn S < i. : '

I I .we have' ever had.' Lots of people want, via the Clyde Steamship Line, fromJacksonville riety; p' this, section and we believe. T : Street ; ,
to see' the preparations being'made" for : (, and would<< .be gone:about the sample' he xhibited'has' len .

t the- 'new'terminal. three we ks. WVthen asked, him as a brought from sum deposit many hun. NOW \ '-

, \ feeler .if i he, was going,to be married 'retJs. perhaps thousands of miles from
Improvements.. .' and bring back'a bride. After blush Miami! ' \ : OPEN" \

i .' The Water: Works tower is now Ing,a'little) e admitted we had guessedthe We believe. the Ipiece 'of quartz ie "

cothpletepthe! new1, pile-driver js working objec of ,his':mission\north and exty exhibited\ to; us is a sample. of ore very R' 'Good home-table' board by the '
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4' 'afl the' new terminal,. the. big plained that he; had go 'very tired of rich inr,'slgoh I j jIf \ week or month. \

dredge l 7\ vill begin to' pump, 'mud in .a living alone and now that, Miami hadddevehiped \ [ a deposit really xists in this vicinity Cuisine and 'semce ihst-claaa.. < 1

day or two or just so soon.- the- 'connections into ,a good-sized, town he the public will'soon ,know more Prices\Moderate:!

\, : of ,its delivery pipe is made. had decided, to do the apt and, bring about itl -sluch a matter will not tte G=o,'33. PofR T, TV/TT A TvdT. FT i A,. !
i't.'l Work being' pushed on street, 'paving back a-: br de. ,, I III kept quiet; long.- j\ 3apr.. 7-tf.i.fs '_. v \

\ {.;: and grads the Hotel Royal Palm II I Mr., > Mayer is a'',good baker I' an industrious I If a'deposit does, exist in this viciui- -. .
\ ) Parks iig$ new buildings are being '' .business tnau,- ant possessed a ity the many thousands' of eyes whichan Fredk. S Morse -

1 planned a force 'of twenty men. character: for sterling integrity. He directed to th4 Klondike will be S I

I t': are at work! under contractor Merritt will m"ake. good,husband \. turned to, Florida. 1 The 'cold of the '
1:, on the newlsactooi building. "" i'' We extend.a ,hearty welcome in "advance -' Alaska' I mountains is something h&rri-j

Miami: will: vbe: a, very' creditable .to Mr. and Mrs,, I\Mayer, and ble;,to contemplate., But there are tens REAL ESTAE T

r 1 looking'city. "sur enough" ,by,the, i trust,that,t ey may live'many" years i q of thousands who .w uld be glad of a I
\, ,j\ close of the[present year." Miami wherever, : tleirlot!\ may chance,to dig for gold) under the sunny ''iI' '

oj , : 1.,1' :-" cast, and be' prosperous and ,happy: 'skis| o'f. .Florida, wliere they could Miami", Dade Co.:, Florida.. ; '
A toae N.r.y ae.+.: work without shelter the ye round.

} I 'I J.. .M. .Graham- ,our popularity clerk,; Rea Estate Transfers.' bl\\ 11! seems unnatural to' 'talk about'AGENT LANDS -
| FOUR OFS / .
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i informs us, that he jJet theeontract*. \The; ;, following! conveyances; of End ng gold ti not such recent :
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; forbuiiding' : W s''yacht' to S.N.'Godwin.The estate In theisouttiern\ portion' of, formationas, Florida, where there are \| "I" Flpfijid ,East; 'Coast| Railway Co.'I"j, ; :
ctafJt: :Wjill be 60 feetS long and'20It county navel been recor'deal'singe our no mountain ranges, but''we are willing -

\ ....,. 'feet-beam,\, twill befitted .tip"with a last issue: 1 \ to admit :thlt.w. do' not know it j Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co., ". "

z ; . view to absolute' convenience and com- >FortPariaa'Land. | Company to R. Era all. v"Tbere 'are stranger things in T"81 Bpstcm and Florida Atlantic Coast ,Land Co., 't,F

a fort. ': It 'willi 1 have.several. ,, rooms' ,.one gett, lot, 19 of block 19', city of heaven and earth than are dreamed of :
:|'of which will|be 14feet square.!! It will Miami | in our philosophy," and there is just \
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,\; b t ready'for charter parties byPecem- R.''E.'\ dgett .and .wife to,, Mary'B. one Chance perhaps I in a million that j\
I :1 l l.her:1st. The!\i contract; 'price' js'3,500.iF'ullyhalf . Scruggs, lot'I' block 19, Miami1 thererarerili\ deposits of gold in South i\\ FURNITURE .

4 of this sum will! be paid out I Err.' ,FeldFranklin, Sheen, half Dade ,
: for.labor, The job will! therefore;fur- interest in 21 Trees: on Ocean! Beach, a 't

:Dish as much; employment\ as. would the fewrnilesnort' ; _of\NewRiveaIilet. Advertise, 'in the METROPOLIS now.1flotice Cheap I.! Cheap, 'Cheap !.
construction \ t.
A Of two very good resiHdences. Mary W. Osborn executrix\ and
p | 't.i t.- Frank Osborni executor 'of 1 :Ezra A.Osborn ) l
4'' I *!? '* ,' ,... -. : for Publication.LAND '
; ..1 '" f[deceased, to Franklin. Sheen, "

; Cheap.' Eicjtrsion" 'From Jacksonville one-hitif'aintere tin same'as PffCeding. \ *OFFICE AT GAIXK Allgl. st VILLET.14,iSri.I Fc.. ., I\ sell 'some Furniture: on e>sy',, payments-_. i i Come, , : and. 'l
Y s i And intermediate points to 'Miami 'Henry'E.. Perrineand other ''to, Walter -: ( i\ | > 'I ,
Notices hereby given that the following- It The Tlorida ;,Ease, Coast Railway ,H.fBrowneil8: bloeksoo lad intlie.'; : name Company will ruu ''another".one of its new town of. Cutler on the!!, ?Perrine make filial proof In'support of "hjs claim,and \ \ I h *
?\ popular excursions'! to Miami, ; the Grant.I'! ; 1\1 \ that paid proof Vill be matte before >V. M \ th $treet. _

:t : growing: seaportof: Florida,at the,low Joseph'T.' Frow' and wife. M Fpatherly, U. L.commisa iancr at Miami, :
jto ssMatildaLGevin9l
Flagon September 2Tix1897,viz I James J.Habel .1\ \ EDWIN NELSbN. ..i
s\ rate of' |S.OO fl'9rir'Jacksonville'Palatki'OrmopdtiDaytonaNewSmyrna- lot block, :! S\\ ,
{ ,,14, : 90(;, ot Lemon Citi, Fla., homestead 22.85C, (or the
; ? | : : Frow's subdivision,of''a part of ,Cocoinnf -" s1outh-wet one-fourth of Section a'h TowhshlpHe ,. _

I\j!I :grange,Jensen City, .,.West.Palm.Junction' ,,Beach Titusville! and, ,)Emma Grove' J. Swanson.. \ (widow n),.and\ other ,- Continuous South names, tange residence the folloulng{I Fast-'tn wltnJ3ses n an cnltJvatlon to t prove ols..ofEiigenVXeei l\\\1 i'1: : :Ei- F ]ft ftDistilled

r all other stations on its' line-to' Miami heirs of'\'John'J3wanson, deceased,:,to sgld fa 1d viz,' .' ,

3' ,>It atod return. Tickets to be sold Sept., Jesse :Minor, 85 jacresl+\ near Cocoanut i of Lemon City, : 'WateriJ>- : '
.Orders( Filled
l ,gdodrreturninjg. up"to and;, IncludingSept,4,1897. .Grove. :XoininaJohn l\\eonsaderatioor i I Edwardp,Douthlt,of Lemon tp, : Promptly I
Robert 8. Douthlt,of Lemon ,Fla < 34
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'j's .. Slavin to aniel L. Miami ,
Swiiidal t0 Stephen Jf.Andrews,of Lei City,F1aaa ,
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