Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: September 3, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00573
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOL. 3---N($:i'7. ,MIAMI, DADE: (SB&Sffi; :) FRIDAY,, ,SEPTEMBER 3, 1897. PRICE 5 CENTS.
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# We are.alka "glad to receive report Try a tandem ride on;i the Kiaga a I -Jiaveilthe! \nneUt line of renting (\ ,Why not buy a wheel Prices are A bicycle squeaking- makes one have

of any society/erects, church or lodgemuting8 Tandem at The Miami Cycle Co.'g. I wlieel on the Eest Coast. The Miami; easy{and costs: less, than : tbe shivers as he rides, down, down.
e8, celebrations, I C tle-' Co. "" renting.. The Miami Cycle Co. W e' rune that for tic -and upward.The .
banquets,I efcy Such events are Ire- Rev. J. Uv Howland will preatht Miami Cycle Co. '
.. quenlty ofaprivate nature and] the, attendance ,- 'the Lem n City Methodist Church W.,M. Featherly! has been takingaaqation I. F. C. Bush, W., D. Kelley and W. 8. James '
prominent real
fe limited to members only, or Sunday the 12th inst, morning andyening. \' -of a couple of, weeks which Graham and son, made...a trip to I Cape T.Bogg, a estate ,

'I. invited guests. Hrnce the METROPOLIS, I IProf. \ will terminate toor row. lie has. I Florida' one day last'week, in, Hon*F. agent from Melbourne, and E. P. -t...
w" is not able to Branch cashier the Melbourne u..
representative State
always report in _
been pushing improvements on bis fine S. Morse's comfortable yacht Amy. ?
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",- such occurrences. If the secretary ( .:R. H. Coxe and If. A. Dunca I Ban k,came down on the excursion to((0'spect -
fgftf such meetings or another person Lake' J iaj front lot,.just forth of the city charge of Captain; Henry: net. .
-':, will/urnfoft us with a report it will'be 0 f, City, connected; with the Agricultural limits, during th $t few, days. The report that they,went gold hunting . Miami and incidentally attend :'
>"* 'appreciated not : but mil be << College, arrived in the cit spa certain business matters.' Mr. Hogghas
only by us i is
Mrs.( a fake, but, they bad a good time
read with interest by our local, sub' ait\ night. !I 'I i \I' Helen M. Reynolds'and (laugher sailing on the blue waters of, the Bay ., placed several good, real estate*
,scribers.luj I of Titusville came down on the excursion -
:.. t ".' ,-I 'L ,John,H. ,, one of the pleasant land bathing the ocean beach. loan i on property inthis"vicinityrtecentlys :_ ',
1 Wednesday night and repiseretl 7
r' Besides banker Mr-
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down the
gentlemen ame on excursion -
4 IIIIlIIl111INCE III tEA T. from( nni"S ourne. lie is at they t at the Hotel Co 0111. Irs. Reynolds i i\ Wm., Varnadoe" ",the ,contractor who Branch) is .also an author. He has.-J' ..: .,

: is engaged'in the dressmaking ,has, superintended such,vast. amount written'several very f-
Miami
I' Hotel < t I |\I and jmilliner, .rbubinessl, -Titusuille.! of' blasting ,and grading in this city, l Report says that popularks. :..... '.

: ,; Horseradish mustard is delicious I left' last Monday morning to spenda ;'
Minor: Miscellaneous Miami Matters real estate bachelors is
making -
: ondiment. For( I sale' at Gautier's. Mr- Loan, children of Key West, preparations
three weeks' vacation with his
IJtDt owed. PrIce' 25 .cents. I !sep3-tf I who have been on art tended visit at family tatake unto, himself a wife. If
4Mod say -" in South At the end of that
Georgia.
\ his is true there be effectual
to
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\. Mrs.T. R. Pindar's at Cutler, left this seems. an t,
Hon. F. S. made '
Morse a trip time he will return to'Miam'i to
I I.- show week'. for ,their "home.! Mrs. (Awe'sdaughters. super- remedy for a long standing case of -t'
t{).Snake Cree'la Tuesda to a intend other work in his line which has !
French sar815e,2 for 25e a-r.Gan- Misses Lou se and Geneva, chronic :bachelorism. It ,has always
'tier's. : ', -r. a party of land buyers, some propertyin been ordered done. '
i' sep3tfOur that' vicinity. \' I will be greatly, missed in the social'circle \ been said that Cupid's smiles would in'

real estate me ,,rjport businessas \ I I" there. ; The choir of the M. E.. church"will:, the end overcome the most obstinatecase'of'this

active and c )nsUntlyqproving.W. Townley Bros have purchased ,a lot give an entertainment at the M., E. awful malady and we begin

'j. next, to Luminue's grocery}and will The city election will take place on church on Friday' night. The; entertainment 'to think,it true. Of coursethis, 'meansa
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.. S. Wagstaff' 'a newspaperman of ireceed to- a 2-story brick build-, he tth Monday in October, the 25th will be an "Auction Sale." palatial residence on the south side.
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If you will ,ball, your eyes will Mrs. W.: and' Iso one major, one marshal and one be served after the,entertainment.: week with repair work. This because,
tested free at Idner', & Son's -I't ti ; eatherly daughter, ,ity c erk and ,ass.e or. The METROP- The our ,work is satisfactory. Our pricesare ,
... "* rl Jacksonville Monday' proceeds to be used, in the purcljiase '
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\i leaver LIS Columns are open to any candi- reasonable. The Miami Cycle Co. r
,;H.A. DunCa rand R. H.Case of Lake: Jwill' of ,of sinRIIJ'K'books.\\ are cordially -
'iThey spend a couple
; (ates who mywish to announce them- J. R. Parrott, vice-president and R.1'; 'c"
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City are spending) a few days in Miami.Hon.F. weeks hat oity''visiting friends. invited. No: charge for admit ;
ehes at $di an announce rent. ;, T.,Goff, superintendent Tof ,the,Florida'
tance.
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Wl' .JEwan Duke of Dade : ,
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East Coast Railway
Wood Company, arrivedon
Tinraynent cements
patching ,
was'in the city again-on business last ingle tubel ce nt, graphite and all The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Ve put in wood rims correctly. We a special last Tuesday night :about
: Adam orell has been ill for the use only the' finest material. Our '
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Wednesday. : bicycle goods atjl e Miami Cycle Co.'s.J.A. ry o'clock., They left again at 6 p. m.,,
prices: are the lowest. The :Miamj Cyrcl #
week its
I past' Qn last Sunday: condition !
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Salted mackerel lOc; at T. N. Gau- Caruthers, ofc of the conductors was Co. I Wednesday night direct for St. Augus-
sidered critIcal. We : '
con are
tier's. J\ ,_ sep3-tf of the Florida' EastlSpast Railway, pleasedjto}I lea n that it has been 8towlyimprov.ng J., A.Lovelace, who was so popularas tine. They ca'me down for the puz-

E.C.F.Sanchez;Esq.:,of Gainesville, i8 now,comfortably domicm, *! with his fo the past few days and isnw'corisider 'purser on the steamer Monticellolast : pose of inspecting tbe work being done, '

I a practicing.attorney ;of some. prominence ,. familY, in one of the new Flayer cottages d out of dan er. winter, is now'acting as purser on : at the new terminal and witnessing the-

is in the cjty. iiA '- the Biscayne, and; Purser,,Fritot is taking operation of the big suction dredge $
I ; J. P. P ulse and T. Hen 'sberg came, that and the, pile driver. t
a rest. It is" expected: Mr.:
B. Borden of Fernandina, he of R v''Y.\ Blackman was called" '
Palm ofrom.Mode\ (\ 01 on Wednesday night Lovelace will continue to act, as purser E. L. White, ,county commissioner "
,filibustering f amet is in the city., West Beacn 1 on WedneSda,to officiate '
X 1 left for h me this tao ninlr. Mr.Hsu on the steamer Biscayne until January for[ this ,district, has a touch of the 1 ,
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at the funeral of Mrs. W.J. Cad) i I
Combination fcsberg ha] bought a tract of land will gold-fever, but he does not intend to
on when he
'i:- The Tandem of Tbe wife of W. J.; CVdy pastor of, tpe Con next,. probably go on B-J-
| Miami[ Cycle"Co.jis certainly a beauty. 'gregationalchuiteh.' at Mouclo whi h he is having cleared board the new Nassau' steamer as go to the Klondike. He says there is a . \

F. A. Bays, i0f Jacksonville came lid and will plant grove of citrus fruits:. purser.' t strata; of hard quartz'oar flint at the,
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inspect ,
down on the excursion to '' Thomas Pomar, assistanttauditor.oftbe
will give an ice cream social 'Saturday Lemon He in i
City: put, a,,.heavycharge ,
Miami.
\ \ Have le woDd ri polished Florida East O $.RailwaYyC m-
,j afternoon, the ,4th inst., The!:ladies your' bicy I of dynamite last Saturday to
Rico and suckers for sale invitation and revarnish d 'fhe' M ami Cycle pany, arrived from St.' Augustine last oht8o ,
Porto slips tend 'a cordial to their Co., ; blow e of the quartz ',,so that it
i from importedri stock. Apply" to U. friends tb attend. l', 1 Saturday, night and stayed in the city 'be examined but the well\OJled.
might ,
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,Punctures 'mended and gdar nteed in the, of ( for the auditing the up with,.water. He will pump it out 1
vicinity theMpostoffiCe purpose/of
down '
\ \ 'Mrs.Julia D. t the has about com for six, months,'25c, at The,Miami Cycle and try, again. ,
[ 'dividua of ,'Fritot 'of !
Co.'I3, i is certainly industrious i accounts purser steamer
pleted her extensive improvements atFort \
1 One of these" he will'be to Biscayne and installing Captain J. A.Lovelace Don't* send your wheel, away for're.
[ Dallas.. I' E. F.ln'atch and R. Q. Hammond of .. I dajs ale: pairs. ',We have the best shop on tbe t
toot;the horn v >ry well, but at present in the position! :vacated "by1, East Coast and the tools and brains to,
r .$. H;, West ofWett '.Madison and W. 8.' Eau,Gallic haye.purchased a tract of I ,
r r I I -;well, wq will! forbear from stating; Mr.'>i ritot.XPW .1 II repair Tour wheel at moderate: prices.TheMiami .

of Valdosta, Ga.., are in' the ;city, 10 acres of land near Lemon City for the facts in the.ase related, to, us by i Cycle Co. .. y
of Cocoanut Grove
A. A.
for a few days. ". ', gardening. The\l 8aleVas; iinade those whq Jiave their offices in, thatneighborlnpod. "I Boggs I . IC9ngregational .
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\ stepped aboard the train this morning :
through,E. A. :Wadell. .
Mrs.,A. S.,Pell,! of St..Augustine, is, with/ aserapbic expression of counte, Services.; .

n tie, city. ,She jis registered at'the ,Seward F. of, Titusville whoIs J. De and chi dren I"returned nanc The, wires had told him' that' Public, religious services on !Sunday
Mrs. R.
on >lly House. ,'; \', } i connected, with]\ the palmetto{fibre [Miami"'ey last .nght.-: Mrs.: 1oggs;rind the baby, and a sister next, in'' the .River View House, at 11 ''
to Monday
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and ,tannic"acid factory;of that town, a. m. and'7:30 pm.. conducted by tbe 4Rev
I E asy, payments, on bicycles at The Our popular l 'and efficient "telegraph' of Mr.. Boggwould'arrive; to-night.
do-.yn the excursion. James Bolton pastorof
isetoppin Union
came on He
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imi Cycle Cd.'a.llJoseph i l and agent Is consequently He cbuld not.'w& t until ,then, but,decided .
v ex ress -
operator
; \i I at the Conolly Rouse., Church of Miami. The public is cordially -
to run up as% ar as Fort Pierce
and for '
the
A., McDonald, who has been very happy past_ invited to attend. : ,

absent' for,about six!weeks, is expected: We are $soon going to give awa another few, day has bee )resting his patrons to meet; them. j I .. .. I .

ack;'to-night. f i' Miami bike, to'oar: many 1 patrons- be with even, i4ore<
Cycle, Co. than usual. guards' :chains, spokes, saddles
"fis ;
,sy ;
1 H. A. West a real estate dealer qf Have your bicyle dress guards:relaced
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.. Mrs. Sue Bradley ohnson.and Jl W. rims, wholesale or retail; ire. correct -
The Miami l
ladison, is in the ity looking over. the Have. your wheel cleaned inside and ,prices.: Tbe Miami Cycle: Co.'\, by Cycle 90. .;
I n Johnson, of ,Key Vest, ,were at |the I :

\\ city' lots and may infest.s Hotel Conolly ;',ft ,co pIe pf days bis The out and Miami properly cycle,Co.adjusted for Toe: _by Geo. JH" Woodall, yardmaster oKfche::. Forty;Acres of Land for. Sale. ,'

: 3apUin George pillion, of!,Key West week. Mr' Johnson Is'a partner ot E, Florid" East Coast Railway at Misfit!, Belonging to Dr. Wm. C. Cutler, adjoining ' t

'bas, .accepted the,position\ of first ;mate A. "Wadde'li' our 'rea estate hustler... ' All of the liquor dealers intne county -,
oiUthe! steamer.Biscayne. ,.' will appear before ,the board of! vacation.,. He goes'Atlanta, to Join ..,
\ :J. M: Bryan, Jr., of Kissimmee: ,rbg= commissioners' 'at its-regular andvCutler. Price $1,200. 'Apply to .
children '
county Mrs. Woodall and the who
lave WM.
your watches1 : F0ZZAED
and
jewelry; re- ,
istered at the 1 H Miami last
pa red'\at Idn !r &\ zaOIl'8. All' work Strohm te1i i Palm monthly meeting next Monday and have been in that city: :,for, several I au sep21 Cutler,Florida.'

dope!I quickly and guaranteed.e.MaryE.Rogei: night. G.,\G. of' West present, their, applications! for ;>ermits weeks. :,From, Atlanta Mr. Woodall Reliable Seeds. '

Beach was',an ,arrival ,at the' note to sell liquor j There will bet ree applications and family) will go to Asheville, X. C. '
\ ,of Okahumpka, Miami last>:night, also' W. D. Cook of Miami fol- _I. am handling ,A. W. Livingston
from precinct as to spend a week or so. They will all Sons*
is i very pleasant excursionist who id \new crop seeds and keep them in
( !' New, myr 1a. lows: William X. Woods & Co.y W.P. return to Miami i about the end, of the bulk.J, Sold at catalogue prices. Send' r
stopping at the HoteE:Miami. '
J.'R. Parrott, vice-president,and fe. Hafcbett and'th'e; new firm of Mooney present month.. for LlviDgs: {)n'8 fall catalogue for gardeners. 1

"heels overhauled! frames;, reset,'at T.; Goff, superintendent, expect' to rundown & Knight." ; t,! I ', JIvES A.'PlXC:,'
Wm. il. Brwn president of :the al3-tf;: Postmaster Cocoanut Grove,
,,80i9.ll cgst,by The Miimi Cycle -* ,
; ko Mimi every :week or ten.day sIn : A. Waddell of I "
Hon. Key
otourmerchant l James Bank of Bay Biscayne, made ai, run up "
hi l' report business : future to inspect the',progress, being West, at the persuasion of many to Titusville last Saturday inconneo' Notice. \ A

t,as qeing' gocxj,with the'prospect of be- ; made.the. new.. terminal aid friends,, hasfinally\ yielded to! their tion, with: his business interests.at that The city registration books will be
conjing; even better Snlfuture.rj push it along. 'hai open in the council chamber from 8 to
wishes and entered the race .orre. point and returned to this city,on MOD 10 o'clock' every [morning from Sep- i

G. B siin' leaves ,to-morrow K.'B..Raulerson>.of.1 Tort Pierce, t le e lection as mayor,of.t e Island!.cifi. day night.! He, will probably [remain, tember 6th to the end of the month

i on1 kjtrip J of several weeks". He goes cattle, king of the'East Coast, who is The position i.t|: truly a mostthaikless; in:Miami continuously for !the next and all day on. the 'last,day of j the

flrsdto, Ocala, then: toasb !ille. partner lathe firm of R ""ulen!>n & Brot, one 'and'"'if Mr. Waddell consulted his few week* or until Chas. H.Garthside,,I month,so that all who may desire odor'
T 1 I* K I : '' 4.' so may have an opportunity to regis ,
J received, a stock, of ,,toe..;;:clipsr 7 of this city, took,advantage;of the:excursion own wishes; and peace?of mind tae. are the popular' cashier, returns from hisvacation. ter. , '. ' ,\ :,

,aeve -al styles, popular 1,prices'at Fhe to run 'down and' ,spend a 'day confident he would much'prefer not to He is now at Saratoga, , l x J. M. (3a.taait,! '
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FRED BUTTER Forty acres on the south fork of the The 'METROPOLIS is the best advertising !" -t (

s \ i t St. Lncie' river, being n }4 of lot.4, of medium in the county. Why M F. C & p R.R

ContrActor and Builder Sec .17, T. 88 'S., R. 41 E. 'Good pineapple TOUR "ad" not seen here ? t.... ,. I
land at $3, not $:tt), an cre. Ap- '

TtioPr Iessionsr All kind. ''\'of' Stone Work. ply to ROBB NH & GRAHAM. \july2tfin Dentists Card. Shortest LineBktteen Florida and all .f.-
Plans and estimates fnri i Dr. Charles Wetzel'oi AshLirid Kentucky I E

\ DiBbed free. l If our subscribers 'will look at the, will return to Cocoanut. Grove Northern l Points. :
11 une-97tf "' : MIAMI. FLORIDA date which i sa part of the addresz on and open an office'on 'or about November
their paper kind.will remit they are' 1st. lie conies highly recommend.ed Everett Sann.nah.. Augusta, Ga-, ,Colombia
r--- --raA --- .' arrears ,it' will be appreciated. by prominent residents of, the; Washington, Baltimore,

: ,GEo. M. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GRAHAM Letter from, Tallahassee'I i I'' Money ,is hard to get hold,! of at this Grove who have known him for many' Philadelphia Boston,and New the York 4'' -:*,"; v .

: j. I TALLAHASSEE: FLA., August |n. season, of the I I.year., I years. AglStf EasL .t.

ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO. present_ site for the bttate, Capi Central Business' Lot fob Sale., 50,000 choice smooth cayenne pine-i! Nahville.Everett, Louisrille Macon, ,Atlanta Cincinnati, Chattanooga and Chicago.i !

the Florida as selected in July The west CO feet of the lot upon apple suckers, 12 inches up, all home]; Krertttt Birmingham Holly Springs, Mempbld. -'

18 by three eoinnmsionerst' appointed which stand the Metropolis [building grown, at |12.SO per 100, or $125 per Little Rock, Kansas City,St.Louis' Chicao *... :
{ A 30-foot street divides lot. Enquire IOOOwht'n ordered lots.! Sioux City ., 1 _
:.2I..ttoxneys-a.t-LaW" b)] Territorial Governor Wra P. naval, ; in 1,000 or more Hirer Junction,Pensacola. Mobile, New Or-
'" uwasourfrstTerritoria1Governor "f W. M. Feajtherly.Cheap i Cash with orders.. Freight prepaid!' pans, Texas. Mexico California. and. the{fad-
lAMI BADE COUMT, FLORIDA,. W I guarantee every plant perfect" tic, Coat **"
thtn residing at '\iSt. Marks. Previous Wild Lands.: Address, GKO. II. WRIGHT, EFFECTIVE MAY 10, 1897 .
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*tll>rA ctice In all conrtsVstatc and Federal this had been but two Orlando Fla. I .w YOKK EXPRESS No. 38. Leave Jacksonville ,
time [
to We offer 50 with front the gf$8p24
a Special facilities for examining: and perfecting there acres good on 8:is a, m., with Through Pullman Sleep CI
Laud Title We bare tbe only complete sessions of the Territorial Councilonemet Bay situated Ion Key, Largo near Pnmp- era forsvannah.Colnmbia.Washington,B lliuore. -

.. ai> and I'receivCvdally report from the Clerk I I lot 11 of 55 Sooth LAM OFFICE AT OAIVE TILL ,} ,
all land eectifn 13. Township W. L Train No:37 reaches Jacksonville .30p.m.
the Circuit Court at Jnno showing Pen&acola. The Territorial Cc until
: transfer AllXtbe certlHed Abstracts Title Range 40 East Price $1$ per a re. August 9., 1*Jl. f NEW,YORK FAST MAIL' No. 36..Leave Jacksonville -
; for South Dade bounty are made. at our Miami ,, that met at {Tallahassee way Convened i Also'lot 4 oCt section 31, and lots 1 and Notice ,If hereby given that the fo'.iowlng- 7:(W r m., daily for same point. DOrtb.i' :

t {It V, office \ 1.tf, .ht December gist 1824, and i is said 2 of section J 32, Township GO, Southof named' settler has tiled notice of his Intentionmake Carries York.: Return TbronJb.lllef'pen No.: ii arirea Jacksonville J-cktonvlller to New( 9;.10 .i
'\ Range 37 East 111.. ibis to' final proof In IIDilr of his claim,and a-n*. ,
acres. [ is a '
to have held it deliberations in a J I
WILLIAM SCOTT \ OORbOJi E. EKOOMK *1 peninsula neat Madeira Hammock, 'bn 'hit said proof ,will be made before Ill' M. tSiiNRAnASDJAcgsoxrn. No. 38 Leave 'I"I i
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house situated in the southeast *, larkftonvitle t W p. m_ via Kverelt, Mama, "
log Corner Featberljr, C S. Coininl xlonr 'at Miami .
the mainland.
SCOTTBRQ.OME j It has a mile of nice shell 'Atlanta.Chattanooga Connect for Louisville.'
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a of the present, Capitol building beach and madeira timber. Plica S3 per ., Florida, on September, 1897 viz-'Charles / Nashville.: Louis Chicago and all Northern rt'(

r, .Att& =: rs-at-Zaw. gro Inds. The UJS. Government had acre. \ f Rose of. Cocoanut Urore,:Florida. ihoraestead, and Jackeonville8loa.m.Wetiterii points. Returning r train arrives. "

i' ; NOTARY.PUBLIC IN'OFFICE the present l 'building erected, 2 18)'lr' \x I RoBBINS & GRAhAM, ?77G for the south' half of southw.ft,qunrter, I ASHKTIIXK KocrE Through Pullman Sloep-' i
tVIIl practice in all State atod Federal Courts \ Capitol section 10. and north half of northwest quarter, nr'Car service Cincinnati; via SavannahColumbia. ,_ I
'r'i Colletlious, promptly attended to. :: and, at the same time a' fort and arsenal Nice! Building Site, section' 15 township M -i-onth range:41 eai t.Hp. . Asbeville Hot Springs., KnoxvUlethrough : of. '.. t

; {. OFFICE!: OVER. BANE OF BAY. BISCATKE I l at Chattah hee, which is now Close to the Bay front, north 'of A. IL. ',names tbe following wifne !ses-to:prove North Carolina.tbe celebrated Leaves 3ountalnCouutrg Jacksonville 7:DO p.m:: !

':. t: l1'Jun-97.U. the tate Insane :Asylum. The Capitol Simmons', place, south of Cocoanut 61'l'Ont.lnUOUSI'resideueeppon. and jcnltirationf Arrives Cincinnati 740 a.m. Return' gr.rtives7acksonvllle :-
9 HJa.fa. % i ,.
Grove Price 8300 said land viz: :
containing acres.
building cost 'MOOO and the fort 14
Only line through tbe beautiful hill
;i-H- JAB; ?.SANDKfW n. F. ATKIXSOX \ ;2. 8-tt BOBBINS & GRAHAM.. Charles B. Davis of Cocoanut drove, Fla.. of Middle Florida Pensacola. and Escambi eo1IDtrJ'I.
'" and arsenal at hattahoochee' cost John B. McKenzie of Miami.FlaMlliam leave Jacksonville 9:15 .
Bar a.nu by No. 2 daily
: ""SANDERS\ &: ATKINSON.I about $30,000. The, Territorial' Council LotT-Ewanion:]fights i three acres, \ J. White of, Miami.'FU Tallahassee for[ Lake City,.River Lire Oak Junction, Madison, Penl.cola.(0, Hontieello-t*J"!,!

I held its sessions at the Capitol lor front south of peacock Earnest Blown of Ulan& Fla.13amg.lsept" title New and '
Bay onri mile Orleans, the southweat.@Xico.*'

Attorney<< 'and-Counsrtors at .Law, nearly twenty ,years, before the erection Inn at Cocual ut Grove $300.', Very .J M. RAacot-Register. ers California Return and No-1 the Pacific arrive. Coast.at Jacksonville Carries Sleep 7.56:
cheap. OUT 400 feet front i
Office In Room 1 and 2, \ of the present Capitol building. on county I' a. m -
L Notice of Attachment Jacksonville
.Brown Brick Building \ road and small front on the Bay. Beautiful : Leaves ,915"a 1 m. for Starke,
f 'MIAMI.'tLA" which was probably completed before ,building site'just south! of the lu,the County Court oi 'the. Mate of Florida, In Hawthorne, Silver Spring. Ocala.. Gainesville
'
ItrtlS JI \1844. The, State was admitted into place of'_Hon.' J. W. Ewau. Apply to' and for Dade County) Cedar ,Key.Orlando.Wildwood Lacoochce Lees Dade! burg City Tavuea.Apopkft ,Put. .

the Union i in 1845. One of the first ads july2-tf \{\ ROBBINS GRAHAM. 7. E. fjJMMUS' 1 I City.Tampa. .unveJ.ckllOn'rl1let:15p..DL l lliashillle. i /(

J Robert R. Taylor, \ Territorial Oounc'il of 1824 was CEO B BAVINS and ttachimeht.H. Route-Throng! Pullman SliepenLtvt \ '
see I Make Worth Front For Sale. L. IU MK. j .1
Everett, Macon, |
t Atlanta
.- Attornnayat-Scat to laV off the city of Tallahassee, one Chattanooga
.
; J \ 'rwenly.ightacre8'\ situate two miles To Ceo B. Bio ins and Hi L. lUrnie, defendants Leave Jacksonville 7-CO p. m.. arrive >asb-|h.
: 'I MIAMI FLORIDA.. i mile J square, create. .he county 6f Leon, south bf West Palm Beach in Section 3 In above entitled suit,and all other, persons vide?:OOnextp'm.9och.
Leave Nashville
t Ii' I naming, the city of Tallahas9eF as the ofTownRhip 44, South, of Range'43 East. interested < Title:10 next m.; arrive Jackson

i : i Office on Uth street, next I Ir I. county site and tne capital I of' the t Price &>0.per acre.218tf Ton are b l'l'bYIIOUfted that a writ of attachment 8:15 a. m-tJacboD1'ille/ for 'Brun s-'I 3wickDy

C I\1! Wat. qp's. Hardware store.. State. :BOBBINS &: GRAHAM. has been tonedagainst: you and)ouf property Cumberland the Sound.Cumberland. Boutelteamer: and* '

1-8-lf 11 'I I 'I' to satisfy the. demand f.t, E. Lummus, 4:oo p. m.-Local for Everett. Close confiection .
\\ Florida has 1,781 white: schools. and j5GO \ Ho For Cocoannt' Grove.I amounting to slxtytwo dollars and t\\'tnti.I' ? for Brunswick. 'Shortest and quickest 1

.H $ AR'O 'Simmons, \ negro,schools, With an enrollmen! I cents. Now,unless you shall appear before the route. l
I The fast .a nil commodious launch 6:00 p. m-L0c8'1 for Tallahassee find intermediate ..
II I II of 6oMX) white' and 35,009(>> Court in said suit and plead ordernor' to the .
pupils negrpupils. < "I>ailillt.ru leaves Peacock wharf at Cocoanut : points Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. m.
I It I\ ', '..2I..ttoxna.t -, atfcOCOANUT -'Ld.t annual troll' every deiUration nUnl i therein at the Clerk's office in 940 p. m-For Tamp and intermediate r >"
Our
revenue; Grove 'morning
: excepl points Pullman Arrive Jacksonville
Juno, said County and State/on the Rule'Day in sleepers. -
.- < ;t \ GROVE FLA. all for school purposes is about Sunday at 8 o'clock for Miami'arriV'' 735 um.Through .
said
i soirees October, A. D.IS'J7, being the 4th day of Sleepers for Cineinnativts Asheville .
ing at foot of Avenue D at 9 o'clock,
Ii .' / 750000., Several or Our educational month,A default jrill be entered against you in leave Jacksonville 7.00 p.m-, arrives
\ Office at,Residence i! /H1Th leaving Miami for Cocoanut Grove at due course and application will be made to'the Asheville:45 p_ ...,arrives Cincinnati 1:40: a.m.
I t I .I institutions( now mpare favorably 10 :30 a. m. Far 23 ft'ntsi' .each)\, way.. For Macon. Atlanta,two trains daily. Leave
\ with \ many of the!, highest. in the; Will make special trips i returning, to court for final Judgment,and your, property will Jacksonville 8:15a. m.and 7:00 p.'m. '.
Ii Allen be sold to pay the,debt. Summer rates to excursion. points In effect
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c. II'! .I\ ,Ueo. W. South. I Miami in the eV tiag for accommodation Jane 1st.Pullman. '
1\ i '' Date this 1st day of July 1m.
i [" 1 / \ >,Volume 38 of) Florida Court(' of parties, reasonable rates. .\. F. QUIMBY. Sleepers on all Diehl train I.
"j.A.'ttQrney atKKY =I2t.QT. \ ; SupreiRe' I' Go down and send: k day or two at [SEAL.] Clerk. ot County Court. |y Send for Best Indexed Township Map of
1: I F'' / \, Reports,is,just out and contains" )!decisions Coffnanut:Grove, the prettiest place on SANDERS: & ATKINSOS.Attorney Wtorll1ato'A., MCDONNELL*
WEST; General
f.. I / ,' of the June term, 1806. I olume the(Bay. Spend a day\at the home-like. *for Plaintiff Ju )"2-t.o-octt N. S. -aseengerAgent.

a Will p tn all the.Courts State and'I 39 will'.!I ,be out by January 1st] 'The Peacock Inn- and see the avenue of royal ,, PENNINGTOL 1'raiHo II........ .. "-

,'1 ,,1': r Federal. 1-9-tf. Aetst ,r the last session of the legislature palms, clumps of giant bamboos and Notice of Attachment. e .
f may other interesting sights in tbe In the County Court <>f the State of Florida in : : .
"'
: I in the hands of the binder.,
are
vicinity1 tf. :
tor :
{ j \ and Dade County
'' j, S. Mills ;Fowler M. D, )and will, be out in a week or so. \| I. ; \1 FRANK T. BDDOB:, 1GKO .. .The Scotchmen*

I I Letters patent haves been issued this A Tempting.Offer.We I Ta.dttacbmenf
; B BLEVINS and These are the mea for to intorvUwl
'! HtatEOPATHIST.( week to the Jordan rnold Manufacturing offer lots 1.2 and 4 of Block E H.L.HATME,' } you
p
/, \ Co. with 'a capitalization of Mia i. They aret[ situated on the sothside To,Geo. B. Bier Ins and H LJlarnleddendants: THEY REPAIR > '
pf the river. -.Tfapee''lots comprise a in the above entitled cau-en, ,
',. .Office Brst. floor. of Hotel Miami. $10,000] and to the Elktric{ ,Power 5o. tract of land having frontage of 111 feet You 'are hereby notified that a writ of 'attachment Guns '

". :Aug-27-tf ; with a Capitalization f$20,000bothof. ,, facing, the river;.also 100'feet front on has,been issued against you and your "

I Gainesfllle; also to the St.John's,Can- .Avenue D. and 2CO, feet on 18tb street. property to saulfyltbe--) .od of' Frank T. Bicycles, .

Dr. .Jas. M. Jackson Jr., ning-C6. of Green Cove Springs withacapitalizatlonof \We bought these lots cheap last May and Budge amounting "L09. Now,I unless you I..

." $ ,000. offer the three fpr f 1,650. Will be pleased,. shall appear before the Court in !said stet and Sewing Machines, (
1 :; ;MIAMI' i to show them at any' time. l plead or demur.to the declaration filed therein,
.
1 J, .'- \ Suits bare, been filed his week i in the 2.18-tf BOBBINS & GBAB )(. at the Clerk's office in Juno,said County and 'Locks, fAnything

.' !\i ,t/, t. .--: LORIDA. I i;eon County, Circuit Court against, ex- r State; on the Rule bay in October.i i ,807.being 4
Collinl 4th of ,said month,A default win be en-
tbe day
Offlee kt .5 5TOWN :JreasurerC| .JB.: and his bondsmen :
.t LKY lQ8'.DRU:. ST B.E. toy h* that tered against you and application Wilt'be madeto Everything.All .
I ,,. "I- ;to..recover\ ,'a shortage of the ex- Is hereby given I will sell a lot of the Court for final judgment,and ''your prop- '

r' ,/' ,treasurer. ,\found, by, a special committee accounts due: the 1 undersigned as-t as- lirty111 be sold to satisfy! the debt. fork Guaranteed"FirstClass, in alII, .

,I' D R.;E.. C IAFER. of .the last l legislature to be $58,000. 4ignee ii or Dewey A\| Lummusof Miami, Dated this 2d day ot July,A. P. 1897. ;esP6 ts.. '
f '' It 1 .'Iori' ::1, to the hig and best bidder A. F. QUIMBYi, ,
: ; Board of trust of the' State
i, J!) NTIST.Orrice : The es at mv office in the post office buildingat UALf Clerk( County:Court, I' GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
J :Agricultural: college at Lake City held th corner of 13th street and 'Ave. SANDaBSdfATKiRSOF: Avenue '
.
-Foot of
D MIAML
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I : river.Banlereon's.t . Market, n. e.:.' a meeting this week to investigatecharges D, Mi ami,. Fla., on Tuesday the 31st Attorney lpr I'1alnUif.. }aly34 octl OctMlypd tt |' \

b ': corner.Avenue D and 13th street.. : against Preside it Chile,-which day of August 12 o'clock mid-day, .:
'' .1. ,* .9-tf. stand rd time. Said lot of accounts
+ : I {
\t:1. -. "I was rendered, .unnecessai y by.the p '\'t.8i- consist of those I have been unable\, to '

John S. "Frederick, I dent's ,resignation. T le: Board has collect and I have been advised by jthe t
{ : :
< : elected kon. W. N.. Seats,. State, superintendent court to advertise ame for.two weeks Florida East Coast

CiYilEligineerT i p' au& purveyor : of education, to the posi! and sell I them in a lump to the highest .. .I
:
1\ bidden ro (' sh. Allist\ of the accounts
tion. Mr. Sheata has 'nbt yet signiped ,Tim Table :N*. 9 Corraeted J...
ta a. 1897
'. % 'Public for; State at.Large.' .. which I w II offer for sale may be inspected _
'
,Particular Attention! given to SubDmd'infflargi 'whether \or,not he will ccept the position at my office at \anytime between -
SOUTH BOUND .
i tracts. ,, Th'e pay is| $2, WO per annum 18 a. m. and the.hour of sale on, (Bad Down)! NORTH BOUND"BesdUp). it
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Office 20th St Ar. D, south Bide 'with bouse rent In' the event the day of sale. !\ W.:S. GRAHAM', No a7 o 1 STATIONS' NG 82 ,
: t ., J1ear'l.' ; : free. auii13--7l ., ...... Ycua ...... 703Lv._.. . 1o
1-21-tf.' 1! I MIAMI FLORID Assign of Dewey&; umDl.us. Jacksonville ..,.Ar. 18 14M .._.. _.._
| , Prof.,1Sheats accepts tie position 1 of .... IO 8' ..,... Ar.......t.AnguatiDe.Lv. 626 .... lOQa ..,.....?,
.. '. of the State Agricultural ::.:.10UaI ..._ ..i.F.\ ...... L'.Bt., AU 1UtLo"'t..Ar. I )...... ......, ...... ...... {

J :,. .T'i j IDe, 1BRovlN,, college president', 4\ will, devolveernor pon the Gov-: IN1 I fIR- un o*.COIBT,FLORIDA, SElVTH, iv: AVI*JUDICIAL'FOR DADE CIRcui !' -. :;:::.:..::.uONa It :::: .::...'...{" .:. : .5.::..a....t..Paluka Palatka.nga...;......:.::,? :. :f.:: :::::: .:::::.:: .:::::. I ,1

to appoint 'an ad interjm Stateeuperjnteodentofeducatop. / C9U Vn-IN JDHANCERrr 1 ...::.. ..... ... p ,. .:. w..,....+..1'.latka..Ar. 4 :,.:.. ... ...... ......

'( ARCHITECT This will; /ThelAm rican Contract antI Finance- ] \ ....... 59a..:..........;......: ,. .....:.;... Lv..SaD At.--1-i{ San l1a&eo.-.Ar.tato:.....; ..Lv. alGi! .t.'..... L-..:.... .."... :.... I
Il6p : l"
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al. Com Iainants, r. I
CoinpIl.nry

I\ ;'I ,"..-F ., swell the' il ready; large t.icket tor nit ,I y Perlrlne et ,'.et al f i.. I } -.S.1 ::.: ...4 1. ...::..:: Lv..41" : } 0rtnond Daytona::..:..::1. r :,. .. :.......i.. .

1d-tt t'\ MIAMI FLORIDA.i ygar's.'general. ; election. i i'i 1 Driencunts.bplicbtion I . : : g : : : : ;g: 1

1 ,v , 'i Governor Blozbam has'. .turned"from' :(::fliona ''of thd complainants In the ',. .. .., ... .\ .. .. :'" ....._,t.Atckaville.: _....r I .....: ,..:. ,... ...... :
.. I I r his summer! vacation. stted .. It 'appearing on'the sworn .... 252x.r. N .,. .... ; i '
\, above IUI .. "' .:.Qlt 14dnt. ::.. .5 -
r JOHN,.KRONOWITTER) The-following are a few!of the names affldarit if their' agent and attorney.that the ; I : 5. ... !ir :i .!.,.. .i..' .
asap .. f "
defendant*, Henry"E. PeM end Emma Folsomt .. v ,.. Rockiedse .. i
and' addressee of recent, inquirers at the Per his Radcliffe ...... tUlIp ...... _!+ ...;;-. "ja..Ban Galhe.....;:.. 1155. :__.... ..p---...... ...n'....-... n.... 1"
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'z : AX1.C wife Clara Rodgers .
T >:EI.i. net } 1.- 409p.() '..4. -. .. ... .Sal'DO: .. 1182.4lap .. ... ... \
) ..- State, Bureau of Immigration for information and Robert Dunbar RadtUffe, her husband, ..;... ...... ':'Of' ....,. .. ..........Helhonrne:...... 11 ..... .....:. ...... .
yl :i'; Over wi years Experience.. . *' about Florida :,:lit. Belcher Jeannettel Stoat Walter,' :James TbwnsendU ....I. C Mp ...... .'::..\. ...... .... _....",, 10 xis ...... :..: :. ...... -- :
; 4119p .... .... ...4t i '+ ...>rg8Ro.ielandebaetun...... . .. .. .
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l.* | r Metropolis. BnDdin Miami.Fall Haymarkei, Va., wan sln ormatlon dn ,II divldnally and a U' Executor of Hester ...... 1S9p ....;. ....,. ...... ,........8'_ Locie. ....... :; 1038a.1J43& : ....,.:.. ...... oJI: ) "
1. i'' Stock of Sample of all Latest Weaves Perrfae Walter, and Wells Walker,b S ...... Imp ...... .....1. 5 ......,.... .port Pierce........ 1J3Oa ...,.. ;.;... ....
:t 'i.iv'!' 'i4" ',: : :' >, tobacco, cane, and truck far an English! wife! 'Herirj Iteiman Ducat t' and Nannie 0. ...... 635p .... '. ...4. Io'a; ." ........d+...EdoIl.l..4..,.... 901a ...... ..t....-."..... 610p a 45p i
.c ;! Box ..:.. 140p. .. .... 6ROn ..... Jensen.' ..
Wl 294 ;
Dajr- 857a
colony Barrington, -t. : .. .
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{ .It"f .< ; Duval hlsj ,wife, Curtis. ,[ b and Elite ...... 84Sp..\.:. ....?:. 840a \...\...t.rr.8tuart.\ ;; tt49a ....i..1.... .. '...... 890p
t wm Varnadoe tontO./co4nzation|. ; P. Wt. Neal, Mayfield I beth!, A IMcomb, his wi e. Ueiiry R. Durf@r. ...,' 70lp ...... ...... 711a ."il ......i..IAUcia;.......... 8S5a :.. .. .. ...... IQ6P'l
{ I ,, ,: I ' '...... 721p .._ ....... 813& 'C ,., Hobe .. .t.
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Nl C.I tobacco F. P Davis BraziL and \Fannie E, Near are non of the -- I. r Sound. .813& ....:.. .., ....... imp :
; residents .;.... 7a.1p ..,... ......f 85d6 ...... .Weat JupiterL.....r.. 800a ... '.. ,...... 1240p
" CONTRACTOR.ty"Bock : i Ind., \Iwants information about State of Florida, and ate residents of a Stat ...... 802p ... ......r JOb" : : Riviera: .. 783& ...-... "..;.'. ...., IllS.
t 'f.. ; or country! other than tbe. State of ....... S lop ..;.:. .....j 11 tile Ar'.I.West Palm Beaeh..Lv.; '? _'. 10!ita
1. _,West. Florida: Isaac: ''Keeler,' 31 K: Florida, ajiid' are :reiddents, of' the Unite ...... 8j6p!..;., .....l2.'ip .. __.,... .,..Llntoul '! ..: .24a..4.. .. ...... "f-.:. .' 114.
,,fa.' : W6rk and Blasting a Specialty. street,'X.E.Washington, D. C., geI'- ...... lJ85p....... ..... 1SIp (.....Fort Lauderdale-..._ .. S 53a ....... -1 I ......yw 118a .
| States,:and thai there Is no tenon In the'Stat ......1020p '............ tOlp ....t..LeIDOI.l City... .. .... ..1 60Ua .. .-t. .10. 182a- y
*, I,MIAMI, FLORIDA.: eral infor ation; Wm. Hammond, ...... . .__. .. .... .t. -S '
1 ; ; \ ,' Walthairi of'Florida the service; fl| bpo na upon who &lPAr: ,I.: l&mli. .. 'a'raI..__... .....: ..__.. 110.
Aledo III.) J. E. Searing -lamp.-
: Estimates Furnished on Application. 1 1M2-lis. would -indlsiR-h defendant4,or either of them .
...i | ,. '. 'Mass;'B.:Singer, Nicaraguan .consulate '! and that thb said defendants are each over the .., A. of W:'BRANCH. + Trains 8".35.a7 and 78, between Jack- r
\ I R. JIj1t. 112 Dearborn 0.8 I er'nvilleand5t.Augasttnedally:
,ChicagoriII.\ ; | 8TATION NO -i2-e
j age owe tyore yeirv t : : = L : Train'me, between Miami and Port
.. ".. Dlw'.MERRITT\ .s reetj'Chicago, 111.; W.Dawson, Itti therefore ordered,That' the said defendants l5p 11} Lv..NeW' Sl11yrna.Ar.. I'ldp S Rip Fierce dalr) except 8UDday." .
; R. } C gop 11 0'1'1 Lv.:....LakeHelen..Lv._is alp 4 Mp Train between '
; 1. Prestonia, Mop; Mrs A McDonald 2I1U. )'on Pierce u4 ..
\ \ ij il L .. 473 Memphis Tenn. col' ,do aMicar' to.the Bilf of Complaint,tn the, a 11p 11 Lv..Orange.City.._:.Lv.1219p: S Rip[Miami dial7.except .
"t f ContM ; Shelby rfeti. I above\stated cause upon Monday the Bth day of 5" U .Ar..OraDre' City.at..Lv. 12 l5p a 25p Trains 85 aDd 78 .ontkof 8$. Augur . ..
l tort; .. >>a-.. "'" onlzation.1.i- September,D897,'at the'oflW!of the Clerk of said 1 : tine daily, eJee1)Btmd.ay.i-: L .

1. "*\LI.Candidates mees.'I''I (Courtj tn Juno, Dade County' F1o 'I a: Br..mat Ir' t

:1 '. >..1" -. t : for;City 'And,it UfjirtherOrdered: .JTbatthis,order be : The 'i ... -:
y
4- I : l I \ Those i gentlemen who. a pire tube( published the/.Miaml, MiTHOPOU9"a newspaper '
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t. i ke( : I& /Builder. fleeted to ptyiuofflce net: October' )\ published I In\ Miami,1 Dade County I. "BFSCAYNE" ,. t
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: '. : should announce; themselves jn the col-1! Floridi,oncf a week for(ontcoogeCuUyeweeks. I ; II \
., t' t--1\ ,nmns. I ItTROPOLI8: ,,We shall. r -, itness the Hon. John I D. Broome, !IappolntedtoPerfOrmsernce..rouows., \ .". ; '.
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; ; Gtveusa] chance charge: each ,annou cement 17&adran .' Judge of said Court at Jnno,Dade I t '

'i l: I to figure on your: .gfi'tbt: I running the'our columns 'IetALl( County,'\\i1orl a.':this'23d'day: of Leave, MIAMI- 1031. p.! m;: Wednesdays. and. Saturdays, .,'connecting with Trila t. 3V' \' ,.

,"1 It ; ow on until election Y' J _A F. QUIMBY.t \. Leave: KBT WK3T&M a.M, Tuesdays and Friday_ \ '
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,h ., i-ui ;v|.buildinIt, ?. :". occurs. \'lCome forword, gentlemen, "' -t: Clerk of said dourt.TMDAY . I t I'Coanecpna at Miami with Train 78,.following morning
Jli1.1tAtl
1: .. ; ; I. ',. and let the lpublici\ know ';what ,youwant i. \ f 1 \ l "
'' Refer; to .Julia .D. Tuttle ;F. T. and what nSolt . BECKW1TU.. { 'l
l ,. ;; yon bare to recommend pla ts.' f' -1 t J.D.BAHVER.
\ and of '* .' Tra-tO Manager. . f .A.u't.Ptdasangee-Agt+tti :
Budge jBtok Bay Biscayne |
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I THE .MIAMI tiTR0POLIS, -SfePT.\);: 3, 189?... ; 'V3I > Kf

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I amount of tropical fruits that have harm than good. 'Please-read the estimate s
Chance of Lifetime II ,. I .
Tiie' :a .. I been planted \!by the farmers. Then4! fully.: , . 1"

x' \ is but .a small area of the country in One blind red trees, 1,000 feu'''it per I

PIANOS AND ORGANS .AT,, A SACRIFICE. 4UWCJLTUIML'NTRF.5T5 which it is safe to'plant the',most delicious tree, or ,3tl? : dozen, at 2;''' .0't8 ) 1

[ of all fruits-the In k> V \ '
tropical dozen, $ ,THJ.2r: J'r. "
: 'We purchased in Jannarj last, the immeuse stock of Pianos, Organs, Sheet '
variety there is a large number and The reader
'' : : reme ber that
Music and Musical Instruments of t.be'A.B. Campbell Co. We tare closing: out the mint l
stock of Pianos aud Organs at unheard of km,prices to,make room fpr a full line of] yearly they are! coming more and more have placed 1 the average/yield, of fruit :! '
r.I the oeebr tHj C'onover, New England, Schubert and Kin bury 'ianns./ .We have F in 'favor' Many of these' fruits are Jtrt'U1eJ110\V and th price Jess tha 1 "

theitaIJkrwin r Pionoa, which are worth' from $100 ti> $200 more than.we ask for them: hard/ enough to\ .bear :shipment to the the fruit has ever, sold.. A grove.of t
a ccriover, ) K wal.. ,. .,..,.$350 Haloes Bros', 6 ;............ ....$...'00. ( AllES \
Style m* EDITED A. PINE:
BY
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I" .. ,'. i I. K' .eb.... ...'..:......... *.., Schubert, '.. 16 \.......... .. .... -.a, ,most distant nort.her.'l: markets. these trees. 'needs ,little or. no care t<
l'1 : J *%..4i, ..." ...-,.... 290 ,Milcolral Love wa .\;......-:-. ... ....'''",OA. 1'u.+uuawG r a (_Jllt'wnut Crote., \. In.this article we shah speak of the rflit in ,
". : ,"' J wal.u,..............: Sou Steibwrsjr, e ..................12.11) \ ...,.. paying quantities I .J.k
,: 1 M eb.l............ 400 Everett,] e ..... ...... .... It:; mango, as we are confident that this-is Each, year,there.is, a large number o
.. \ k if K .11'.1.,...'.. :........... 3 r Kingsbuhr. ,I Style B .!. ... ...... ........'2i, \ Short, 'Ha4ti.d art McCammon 24 ;. ._ ano I A. .,..:...... .. ""IOllI'ih'd l IV ihtfAprrii'iiUural) Lr and should among the co'nfiUK',fruits of this;Sec- treescoming into bearing, but the de
.. I : 2t mah..y.. .... .... .... 9N I() .KoabeG and, ...... ...,.... ...0 be;ulilr'O.o'(1 I to ,hiii) a, C'ouunut Grove.hutting As the for mand '
'q on. compared far in
of
keeps advance the
.. : I ......... .. .. : orange : suj .
II' t wal..... ,275 Sturesftu ........ .. ...175. )
,'. .. '' -t: I' 7 eb.... .f.: .... 2T-0: L wbr ........ ..:.. ...... eat)6alueBroa' \ hat \ general culinary purposes it is far superior. ply\\ The mango'can produced her gas
) 6 .......,.. till K(> Newby vans, /eb ...........:.... 125 mj and making my nest e'The 4
". .Ii! 3 u ...,.... .-.c........ m Jas M. Starr, ...... .......... 110 turn the readerslof' the METROPOLIS mango before: maturing cheaply as the 'apple in northern \ i
". ... .. ........ to ,
8 mab.u- 190(! Morris, \ / takes the place of the .apple in the New'Yorlu The area upon which this

,Borne of these Pianos have been.rented, bat we'have hall them repohshed and t anautne the posinon of editor of the kitchen.' Pies .and sauce made from ,fruit can be successfully produced is t ...
in order and we guarantee them to be i refunded.We agricultural column of t lie METROPOLIS
put thorough atisfactory or oney them areNmost, delicious'-far richer \exceedingly' small, hence there is
furnish stool scarf instruction book, and deliver f. o. b. Jacksonville. Cash Kith, I trust, bt'rOl ing-modesty a fda no
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half than apple-and equal in flavor to the danger of an oversupply. There will
t. or Insta1Jment Sheet Music at prioo. WrilelU8.\ dief the responsibility attachedt best varieti s-\wbje) for eating'purposes be a demand for all that can be pro '! e

& BradleMusi Co. the posjtion. pending, as I will, duced.' To, the settler we say.,"plant,
Fryer out of hand, the
: apple or orangeis
care forth them
fiir aid and assistance upon all those Jn- mangoes mt bring
\ 'ors1th no compari3on.\The fruit is solid into .
24 ;Eo tit.. tereted in agricaltural matters.in our : bearing quickly as possible. ( '
: B. F. 'AKIERt.lf.tlanager! 1.Jackson\ le Fla. and of a most flavor. For -5-- 5 f. . fCheap' k
\, grand Bay country I .ask now forajooperatioh soar
canning Bates to via the
purposes, as we have Washington e
t.. harty ( to: make thesecolumns
tested fruits, there is nothing that will Plant System.
1. 1 DEALEltS 4N instructive! useful and read- compare with it. \ \' Only.$30.20,for the round trip from 4

( Woods able.' Shoat, pithy articles will ben Untilrecentlj there has, been little Jacksonville ,to Washington D. C. i I'; s
T kome., especi'allyfom the older resjd Ti kets sold daily until Sept.'30, limited 1
k attention
,paid the propagation of
tot o. Oct. 31 to return: Remember IoA.A. l'
of land-facts'
nts our goodly
more
: > .. WhisFrom choice"varieties., The comm. or ur- th route is via.theFlant' System'and i! x
theories
ey than, and' ; more than' pentine variety finds a ready' sale at th Atlantic Coast Line from Jackson I ;

& C wishes-ar4. what we 111 I' SO to 40 cents.per dozen;: while the\ ville. Trains leave 8 20 a. m..and 7 p. \ .
O. m., with through Pullman:"sleepers: +
:.. '. $12.50 to $7, per 'Ga Strawbe I more improved varieties, such as X o. nd \day coaches without change.:

1 Many ha\e!' poken t } us in',regard 11, have, sold this season aa high as 85 Quick time, prompt and reliable service -
\ I PURE :RYE .ANa SE.N"Fine : \ berries-- cents per dozen. The tree in this sec- ) is: assured, patrons; of'this ,quick g 1
planting straw ,the proper
\ tion is perfectly hardy and to through car route. A' cheap roundtrip
time, \'arietjhereYo gptplants and grows rate of f 10 is on sale daily frtfm Ie'
the priet..... We hae the assurance from perfection.upon the most rocky soils. Washington,toSe'wYork.1imited to 10 4' '"
; Wines Liquors Beeh. and Cigars one'; or the oldest andlmoat successfulstranberrj At Cocoanut Grove 'we saw a' tree from days\ which makes a,through,rate from
'1"<- which 900 mangoes were Jlarket" this, Jacksonville to New York and returnonly'
growers: ,in South Florida all rail. For
$40.20 detail .i information ,
\ that out from the\ middle year that grew upon a rocky cliff upon) '
\plants put of ; Pullman. reservation,etc., address -ti
.. '. September too' the middle. of October which there .was, not soil enough" to R.,L. Todd, .division.-passenger ,r

i PURE!( ,GUAVAWINE Only, wine of this kind, putUnited will \\) be as far advance'' at, :Christmas cover the long, bracing; roots_ that agents< C.II. Howard city passenger:
,in the Stdtes.Bottled .. spread like a network over the surface.( agent,', O..,W. Parkhill,'city ticket _
Ul' time\!,as those planted earlier. Asloit A. W.
agent, or Fritotepot'
This, tree receives no attention what ticket't.t. .
!
variety, no one'wjll.wis to plant the agent,Jacksonville\ a
I ever more'tha a tree standing ,in the :
.
well
: ; Goods and Jug Trade a' Specialty old,"; established unan.. There, depths of a forest. The mango tree is '. ,.J t. s.
': \, may be others/as good o|r better, but asa ,
fttandby.for a rapid grower and beard. fruit' lt nearly
'we'
genera purposes
*
: It is also a most i PITiES RUiDLvc: ,Suppository
: I age. prolific
neve
have seen it ex'eJ)led. For homeuse ,
la to cure Piles ,
Pool WIIOLESALEAGENTSFORL..I I .bearer. We have heard of trees1.bear ,- and guaranteed Constipation,, :A
l and let i it get fully! ripe before picking. or moneyrefunded.SO
: ing in. a single season,2,800,, mangoes.In : cents per box.' Send ,for r
'hie
lye made arrang meats toy get list of testimonials and Free Sample
{
Beers of all inds the value' ,;the, fruit MARTIN ,
r estimating of RUDY Registered Pharmacist \
of several 1 arieti As soon
Bill) ards pltY as Lancaster Pa. For sale by leading drtieKists -
weascerlamJhat" the tof expressage on one acre,we make it most,conservative : ,and In Miami,Fla.by W.B.BONfcY .".
: as an overestimate would do
more
\ will, be we,will quote prices deli
oj ALL KINDS OF CASE 'GOODS.: a ullr-ly.1r 1b
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'' B@"Boat teM-fll.if Trade 'Catered to.i.M. |lAM I FlLA\ ,//. What question.is fertilizer 1 On shall our high I ''use pine is a lands common UO Yon Know( a Good Thing 1 OF COUBSE YOU'DOL. ''t: "


r ,- (there nothing better: than Hapes' ,

; A Fertilizer for, Fruit: / ,Vegetable.v' Others may be equally as I Then you HAYEN'T'SEEN. ',FLORIDA,,or'you. would BE HEBE, : ', \i' 0 ,. I II "

L and[Be sure and hate plenty\ of.pot I Are yon OBOWINO: OLD? Of'course; so ABB WE,. ,., ;}li. < .. -

ash acid phosphate i if L you want a, But not BO-fast, because our MILD CLIMATE .!! ;: r-"t.! '.. tj
The Ideal Pineapple Fertilize olid, meaty tomato. Our: glades and I With,its wiRK.,8UN8HDTt, DAYS' and LONG' ooot NIGHTS,. .. ::5- .: -'-' -\\
j[ Makes LTFB WHAT tr OUGHT TO BE. -'" ;.,.:71" ,. .
: prairiesj t lpon readily, tohorse i
bought
:
i ,r Price $25 :OO Per Ton. manure' from; Key West. Ii' Do YOU MVE'TIOWEBS: 'frnits,and' vegetables CEBTAISLT : So do we.;,:: y':
l' > Well rotted can \\be boughtfor.40! cents \' Brrr A HOME on the EAST,COAST, J, *. -U . J'f; .
ANALYSIS i" / 1 barrel delivered on'the.Bay. shore WHERE you can RAISE: roUB.owx' J T: ' ( .' ?.;. ,.; Y't.., ;;
GUARANTEED : per I
. [ With the LEAST LABOR and EXPEKSET- j if\ |i: : ;;
: 1 1 :.* ". Moisture : '- / 8 to 10 ber, cent" Add potash and dissolved boneblackand, ' :. ; :;
i i l : ::Ineomonia,, f f 4K to 6 [ M .. you have an ideal fertilizer 'for 'your Do you DISLIKE vJINTEB? So do WE-,', ,, .1! ,"*" ..' <'J1 1 ;:..
.' Phosphoric Acid/ 5 to 6 M low lams. We 'should: like the Then' COMa TO FLORIDA; we're ,HEBE: TO STAY. ;. .: -
1 ..* "M experiences have SURF.BATHISO SWIMMING and BOUND. .
1 Potash (actual/ .6toS' r, We {, sAnoso ALL THE YEAH IM I
of our truckers on this matter: .1 .. .
Made Exclusively, of'Bright'Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda; Blood, BonflDWoit'edpw3phateFine Heed time has': Numbers have 'ABE YOU interested IN us ? .:.--', ;x \'
\ Ground Tobacco Stems } I IF s>, WE are interested IN Y U" 1 : . 1 "( "
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1 1Hf already beds, and itiquiries -
Potash '
I of planted peed | A LINE to our ADDRESS Address DRAWER "M" .
Write for direction.'for mina and" farther particulars.. .led.>>\, ask for a copy of,Econqmic' Fer for'seeds\ ,are' getting nu"lerous. i i Will DO' WONDEBS. . SAINT APOOSTINE, FIOBIDA. \ ;
; ,i" J I, 1 : aUltt3-tr '
tlllzer for fruit ts' In! another month the truckers will be 'r

\ . Carry t Large( Stock'of:Fertilizer.Material, CS. Heal,,Tobacco dust, Potash, Eta.f as] busy t'as a hive of bees, ''preparingground 1 ,
;
'Write for.prices,beforejmying, l We seek hefgravers, trade direct. ; planting' seed' 'beds, a making THE LEMON: CITY HOTEL <
'' ready for:the fan and winter campaign. {
.
cb.The
:Wilson & Boomer Fertilizer May success attend their,efforts.. S :
: "MRS.
i ; JOHN T., CAREY, Manager. .
rom the first \lot September until! I '
1 1MStfiL
Fertilizer House' of -I; orlda.i'. middle of December eggplant'andtomato A very pleasant location Dear the Depot.' Large well rentUated' rooms l
' they .
\ f < :Taolaasoaville.Flora= .a. seeds are p anted., The higher \ Grand View of the, Bay. ..

t CHASE &:HARRIET,'Amenta, ;Miami;,C/M. STOWI; Agent?\Cocoannt <;1rov .. [ ',gVounils'sire 'put'jjn first,. 'while,'the Good'Tab'Ie. and all,the: Comforts of Home

.
larilIs orl ,
lower and {glades i \ prairies y fAT : ,

dome, in later,.afte [the September, and .. VERY: MODERATE 'RRICES.A .,, <
!I I ._ .
Southern October gale*.are passed.} I
: planted;! now in seed_.beds had quiet delightful\(place for families.: Write for'.Vnos,.etc., to', ;, l ,

9J Railwajr beat c' ha'sl tte covering! Laths \. MRS.};JOHN T. CAREY, *. : '

/ four|\ feet 'long. and nailed o'strips ang27-tfgBS LEMON:_CITYj FLA, ' ..
three feet Ibng make good coveringsFor . '"' "0' ,'

l. ABSOlUIELY$ THE -SHORTEST ROUTE. / f'I .. energeticl .wide-. '
1X I / : \ a go-ahead, ; OJ ;'

awake, successful trucker,,com end us' FOR SALE.:

+If f jmEOUQH: PULUHAH, DRAWING: .:BOOM. 'CABSJDININQ OABS, to oaf\ ygung friend, Jackson Peacock* .

lL. 'THOROUGHFARE,COACHES. VESTIBULE. !),TRAINS., : Who i is: go llgto|; stake. their 1 Iqw land; t J .,
I < .
*i j' tomatoes" T t.etus-.1.i; ....hear" i .from" I i ir 10. The !
Pnt
aud
: 1 NQI.rH'tE: .5T- AND WE5T.BETWEEN .. '\:.. KTTCPEN GARDEN+!i . Ellato-DeMoerat .;

,t' ,? 1 l' .. j I I Plant some 'early Crosby fan blood ,
'f ,' .'
.0. DAILY TRAINS FLORIDA_ AND THE EAST.: turnip, beets!k. Young bee.tOP* make Including the;, r'
.
.
,:t .i I' I. "1' splendid green, f ,I |" ..

J \Washington. "and'Southwestern, Limited, ft ; : < '. Plant<< a: shod row or. two.of. ra iShes. Job; 'Printing' Establishment., .. i : ..... '
/ iL !And the United State Fast\ MaiU' \ following; it %I :two week* with
t ; f : s. ,, up every ; The Democrat was founded in 1880 and The Equator-El Ecuador (an English ,
1 (
HOUEfiAOZSOHVILLETOWASHINQTOH; new, planting!f Spanish newspaper), in 1886 by the undersigned, and both have been under.his
[ / \! '. Just ,as"soonn 'as the fall rains.set'.in. ownership and editorial management* with few exceptions, since.- \ : :

r jv| : OHLT 27 HOURS, JACKSONVILLE TO,STEW'',YOSK commence planting I your kitchen,I gar- j The Daily is a 7-columq folio'printed every day,.except'Snndayu; The -
.1' : .....
consists of Potter cols.
"' t plant one Cylinder s (9 ) 6-horse-power; boiler '
{I r.I. :' y -iJ\\' .I I !den. | (r I\ (new) ; 6-horse-power"engine: 'a double line of shafting belts, pulleys, 'etc; "
I_V. tIbnJed Traits*composed of Latest ImproTedPoUnuux SleeplngCari and Hotel Din- \ Okra will do well,'but_ do; not,(tint 'ne. 10x15 power Job Press;! two 8x12 foot presses; four',Imposing Stones;
I tag.Can through'without change to Washington,Baltimore, i f ,. \ '; .-!. '' ne Paper Cutter; a full linejof Body,.Display and Job Type, with. all other' -
;f ] fPhUad: \ .Iphi*,-New York and ,, i the fertilizer- 'on it. : f ceded.equipments! of, a"Country Newspaper Job Office. '
,
M' I the.&as'l'l I Yet:A, 1 .', October.. 1st will I'be soon ,enoug I' tor.' .: .r The whole, induping the goodwill
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM i SLEEPING CARS BE Irish,potatoes ,I )' . : j. and,balance payable $50 per mpnth.i J' '.. ;,

), 4 TW EN JACKSONVILLE:AND NAS_ 1VILL.E. 'sow a 1 few"I e 11 rlyeggplantsand''t ma= I rash Key.'-West is the largest city in' the State. (is, the chief.center of the'
1: f) i: : foes. \ -', I \ ' : manufacturing industry Florida. The Government, has two companies "" =
J of stationed here which will be doubled in of this ,
.artillery, November year.
\ Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to J .Jeans ate ; .
Irough plant !. -
: .. Snap good; some " '
\ ', 'The Yeneable Construction Company, of'.which the..Hon. ,Iloke Smith is !J
;1 Cincinnati,via: AshevHIe' ,. Through.. .the Put'in' a fe Sariy turnips i ; '" ;: one of,the largest shareholders,1 under way improvements in Key West for a.

+I. 'IL't "'LAND\d Sp THE_SKY."''4. l* ; \ the.:United States Government that, wil\.cost.over. a half million of.dollars. r .

.. A Plet for the Mango. : .Mr.' Flagler: has leased''andJ.1nl ni.n& the largest hotel in Key West.,
: ratio .chedale fntiou: .ta besides running a line of steamers from'Miami.to this -
as is ; ileeptng car 'apylF is city. / .
,stay -t at th. DXBkut$. +W4YorU8CODDect1oDa< ;, ' ' -- :, The :foi-lowpng, excellent ,articlejonthis Reason for senmg-other business.t above_ is th'GIST of the whole
The
;i.wtt \ dejh'ciouj} fruit is f.r'olJttb peri of matter. I do not.want'anybody:to'run:the paper. I do not...want to lease it, ".', .1.

IA. SHIPMAB,P1 orida Paa&,Agt. :Bay.Street. ,; n. eFiL: >, Rev..,E. A"..Bla'cknian' in :the.. .: TingesUnion ,- tnt to sell. So" unless'
J.M.OULP.1 1 .. :W'A..TURK, r I 8. H. HARDWIOZ,.'I !, : .-l :I., j|, ; advertisement.. .Address '' LCAB
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:. \ c.:\' ., I. -. Gen.PaaIArl.. ,.' t "1.st.'Gcm.Pa" : ', L Art.W ..'> In going versa, large_ section. .ol the, f : : PENDLETON ,' 7'.l
; Waab1DpDi. .u. f .. -4tJaAta.Ga. '
: .
.. 't-\ ); ''' "" : Biscayne Bay ,jcouhtry,..your: ,correapondent -: .
-+ ,. .-- r '' 1 -f' ; \ '
... ;-'. .. ... t I >. 'I'I'' it''J, :.was" surprised 'at" the small 2llaua4t, .., ..rf'j: \ 'j i Key ;West" Fla., .
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-- ; \THEMIAMI] IET PbLIS. SEPT. (3. 1897. -.. I \ '1.

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MANUFACTURE; OP,SALT. in position and riven down it will take '

The Miami 1otopolis How it do about( eighteen days to complete'the' '
; would attempt u!' man- :
ufacture of salt as' an industry.) in' this *front. Four Hundred piles will be B BianO'

Entered' in the post m'e at iiiaml Florida vicinity % '. ,. S ', needed to complete the north end, y ls ayne: ;: +

,_,,', .,, allleCO, d-cl&llt mau r.\., ... I JF.% Le Baron in\Jan excel lent, article vt whichwillrequi eabouttendays'more.: ;

THJE MOST SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED in the Jacksonville! Journal 6f Comb In Abort, it 'is believed that all 'the ;

1 ON THE MAIN LJAND OF merce ,says] that one man with three .piling for 'both: ends and the front of '. \ '

, ', THE,UOTTM>BTAT is. groes'ad: a plant' consisting of two the( \ bulkhead, or I' all of the outride! MIAMI, ,FLORIDA. . .. .-

Pnbllibed_ by tee Rut Coast Pn liabing Com horses, one- wagon ''and four I 7a-gallon w ilLbe finished by1 October 1st.. ' ;-. INCOBFOKATZD UNDER: ,THE LAWS OF FLORIDA.,, ':\

pauy, a CorpoFatto kettles boiled down 80bushels of salt ip Many hundred of round pine piles ,' \ .'

Editor. four'i days, which sold for $80, ora; will tiles' be driven, all over the inside 'I 1 \ Conducts General :

dollar bushel. of the;, inchwire,\whirh.wiU be 400 feet W III. M. BROWN a Banking. \

;r Subscription Rates. }(r. LeBaron hj ms this was done by 706 It> -t..rrh pine piles,which are PRasmasr. Business. Issues Drafts' on "All I if

I l Six One months year..frrirtr..H..I..i.$3...,M..L.j; ...L..... 1 to 00 on,the,west coast Florida.. ,lie i i" qf not reosotedar, .; tompport the netR.. R. McCORMICK; , 'P trts ofj the.-World._ Accounts t

Foreign Single nbscrlption coplei..4i..v.J cents....elttrato A. 03 cover the opinion that the manufacture of, 'work' of' railwai tracks which are .Vica-PRrooeur. Solicited .an'd Eyery Favor Con |

r \ ->postage.J4'V w' salt could :be made]profitable almost planned to cn4er tilt ,bulkhead, which CHARLES Hi, GART; 1SIDEsistent; With Conservative Bank \| x
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Advertising Rate}. anywhere on the coast .of Florida.:. will Ul| be 1611' in with solid earth. 'l CASHIER. ing Extended- ::-'* t

sINGLR ;OMC oNE MTHICRW'K. SIX ONs Wood for ,fuel, is abundant nd'co ts Later :on jhe piss which are to be \ I -' ;
LOL'MN.i MO. 1 MW. MOS. YEAH.f \ drive all over interior the bulkhead ; \\1 ,
the.
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l IneL$10O 1200 p400 600 1 19 tq nothing but the cutting and \hauling, l '. ,
2 lushes, I SO 300. 6 00 I10 60 18 Otli and It could be used in large-sized: re/only intended to support the connESJOND TTS: :: I', f
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i 3 Inches. 200 < 00 00 ,{15 00 25 00 \ 1 t '
4 inehes... s oo $w 1000 Id oo 30 lq logs. II. I railway/racks,warehouses and freight Seaboard Bank York.
J ;
1 . Rational \ New
15 lncbe. 400 SCO 12 Oo 1 00 as oo tor time. the course ,
6 ludies 40) 800 1400 00 42 00 The manufacture of salt j wj l,an im depots, a short In Nat'l Bank | '
Incites, 500 900 16 0 00'' 4800d of few Jacksonville; 'I-' Jacksonville. f f II
i portant industry in the Bahamas, and a months the entire, bulkhead ,i. \ l-
II1d L 5 so 10.006 18,00 .00 54 00 "
Inches 00 11 W 2tt 00 53 00 60 00 as there is a tariff on\ the article' it i is will be filled in with solid earth. The FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT: l' e" \ 11
1 nches 700 1200 t200 $00 6G00t I I
11the+. 900 13 COa 21100 00 t 100 more than probable ,it would, par td construction of the tracks arid ware- Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne, New 'York.i'i'' I,
11 I ices, .. no is oo 00 horisea
} 400 manufacture it'on Biscayne. Once cannot be deferred, however,
13 In ea.. .9 oo w oofiO 2N 011 4500 4 W Bays '
;,' 14 tnc 9 17 UO ,D 4d 00 90 00 the i industry is established on a profit- until t his'ls. : done, put in the meantimeley

+ 15$ Inca ine s 10 10 U CO)' IS 19 DO 00II 82 8406 01 1 00 00 10200 96 00 able basis, there is 1 j 110 telling (!what will be constructed and supported. ,Elegant t Iron Vault and Burglar-Proof Safe With Triple C9nE ssi1"TIme Loots ::

3 471nctw s. 00 20 00 5600 00 IGI 00I proportions it might assume.. There' 5 i\ on piles.The:: ) S \ '
,I There w1 be no deviation from t bee ratea.lReadhq { t.iy.h. i of the )Host imoroied Male. '
vertiaementsamong local news no limit to the demand for'salt, and if' dredge is alreadj' at work satisfactorily. I

loeentaaliu We are pre r red to do all l kinds of Job Println can be transported by!schooner! ti> anj Up to this. time ithas only \ I ,"I
la iitencCwithHI.Yel at as low 'of" the large cities'on the'Atlantic' t-oa'st J been operated ten hours a day. But \ :
price**s moderate I ..
A 1 '1'hecost of plant' I when Mr. ,Parrott was in the city daybefore L. BRADY: :
profit.-CKWN..,_ _ very cheap. a ,, ir-ao I t ,'t \E.: & CO. . (.'
yesterday Rave ,
j small almost ) try thtf experiment. : he orders to ems I
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The Mttropoli* U for Sale at the Following : ,
j Agencies:) There/wotihl': be 81119 tentdemand ploy another crewi of men, and the 1\

A.Anthony T.tarter Bros.,Coeoan.West lit Palm Groye Beach;Fla. |Fla.Mmuellielcber by"local: consumption / o'take dredge' id now being operated night Groceries, Grain, Hay and Garden Seed
:and day in order that it accomplish :
Mltral\r U. all that might be manufactured In testing may 4
C. M!Greer,'Miami,Fla. w/ek4 its!huge task January 1st n tt. _' ' ''I
by
) 6erWeat\ rsCo.,Key 'eatFl i : the: matter for a\few on a ,
.,. w yr wAll small scale. j / \ I The dredge is at present at work on MIAMI AQEXT: FOR MATES' FERTILIZERS, -
+ corn untcatlona eased and insosi-\ : !'the li'friot canal Which is to be' .
order rI'hinlJt over and if i con- '
all ehefj a,drafts,money an other remittsnres you/are 1 l
made payable to ,\ 1 \ structed'from\'\ the clew terminal, downthe '
tion to do so make thejexperiment.
; We call the attention the : Bi8cBJue'our '
TUB EAST COAST PUBUSHINQ CO. of peopleof Bay atock of Staple ,
Miami. Fla. I"/r *\ : Bay and out of tape Florida channel and Fancy Groceries, Fruit and Food Products of al) kinds; also our stock!&r&ia.. 'J
IMPRISONMENT FOR DEBT. (to deep' water. It 'is present deposjtingall Hay, Bran, Cotton Seen Meal, Ground Food and'"-Wheat. '

I: MIAMI,."FLORIDA, FRIDAY, "SEPT.As .\ t1891.. >J'Can, a man be 'imprisoned, fordetti'u'FJorida1l" \\ the earth on the east, side 'We are the only hone on Bay Biscayne dealing exclusively in the above line of
., i Was askW ]1. Herald i i L reporter of the canal l and will! continue to dose goods, We buy close and will sell close. We.invite correspondence and'solicit '
Of, iin your patronage. Very trnly.j E. L., BRADY CO. MjitMIAMI _
article itrus Fruits bn 'sicayneBaytheKlondikeofthe to-day. /soiirse we ig- all the; way down thefBay. It was generally , '
nantly replied in'the n gative and,, referred '
,' supposed that the dredge would t 'r
Soiiv ,> to Magna Charta ,and the 'judiciary -
by C. E. Davis of Cocoanut; ove is : reforms I byAvhicI such a thing first operate at, the\new terminal( and I 1

f unavoidably crowded, ,out )until(next. Was rendered iqapossible nearly) one dredge out a basint,\ and that, all the \
'' Week. 1 hundred years aafo. But It would deem earth would be used in filling in the
5READ"thearticle"MoregotdD' ware' in er or, as ertain justice J :.I :: '
bulkhead first
> . .. I' t courts in'this /city have].found iton''I \ But it is considered of I
posits vehient, to revise the]organic stat, i importance to dredge :the canal, because -

in South Dade," by K..L9Qi e|which utes of the/ republic 1 land under' i a. as an official said on Wednesday, ;
't ; l is 'good deal charge of cheating and swindling" here would be no use in_having a terminal :

."" of appears history as paKe well as These humor a''n'iF+ It manage terrified ,'I to npgroe Jail a few This friendless systeral|rand,of and I a basin if ,wet did not have '

; is :fromj\the' pen of' a highly Valued, bul1dozit} \should not 'be,, tolerated, ,in someway: of permitting! ,vessels drawing Busini. and ftidone Lots

? though;'Irather.infrequentMZTR4POLisI this or else any man, who over tells l 1 feet of water to get to it.. \
r ,correspondent. owes Cj'lblunity. promises to' pay' it, S we have: :got to dig the canal: first.ftertbi'n ."
I ,Xr can if he fails to ,do fgo.
:' .. .. l ,'.. Key West Is still' in 'the land of civilization -, :1 is done, thus the dredge. will : : .
and tb the fundamental be brought ,back to the terminal and a \ \
IN speaking of the tobaccocropin; amenable I
A.
Florida the; bulletin of the* law of the land, despite the'effort slip 500 feet widejwill: be dredged at each E.. KINGSLEY. : '
j Uplted .
I 1 to, pat me.n\in jail for: debt. end and in front of bulkhead, and \ ,
l 1 ,States Department of Agriculture' : of These petty courts'iud half-baked 'advocates the earth will be used in lilting in the General ,Agent fore: .Mrs, Julia D./"Tuttle.. ..
Florida Section,Climate and CrojSeri should not travel\ so fast |Ill) .
bulkhead. the '
\ vice, sayiA;' '. great impet'us' has heel trampling upon the rights of citizens, But'," canal is needed I : .:.:. "
or else the Herald may fe H coerced f 11\\- ,fiat, so as to permit the new Nassau "
l given this industry by the flajtterj) l "
very to making a thorough) expose df steamer to begin its! run.in January.It Prices From $00, to $1,000 Per 'Lot t, According to Location.
log results; obtained from't e much'that has been overlooked in.the' time ,
i crop" :: sp.rii"n f past."-Key West 1I rald., !\ \i will and be enough to dredge the !RAILROAD FARE to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be re

,, "I, . To all of which the f lWRo>>oii's' '!slips: 011 the bul head afterward, funded to each purchaser of a Jot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for such 1 t
,+ I 90 as to accommodate other ships when fare, which receipt.will,be received as cash in part payment for lot, "
throles and It is absurd t ta .
.Wtpublish? :: regula onsprescribed says :'Amen. \ : rhI.1ain
when they begin to operate at the new terminal. -
by the State, Florl1d,/ Iail- social equality with negroes, bul I : O: fi.ce : .5. ;\ '

i -. ;road Commission on .pages, 61 and':7 of it comes to the administration< 5 t'he operation of,the big dredge and '
;\this_ issue., They tare very similar. to law, we believe, it should<< be
driver is worth' and : HOTEL t \
pil a sight seeing MIAMI
\ ',those prescribed by Cur"Cor er. 'Railroad tially' and rigidly enforced,1aA'ai thl every; afternoon lots,of!urpeople maybe : ...., !1"
Commission and 'in force before rich and poor, black' and1whltr.gamb ( '101"1' '
seen wending their to the new ::t.I.ia ;
its abolishment. -six' yea /lgo. 'The nK is:a, penal offense, it may ,mi5F1a..
terninal l to see the monsters at work \
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railroads have been /a'reasonable not be enforced against foes alone]
\Jlessrs.
I Parrott and Goff -
\ time( ,to object; or protest against,then 'and if,a'negro does not pay'I his debts) inspected '
i rules and and'to 'Itbe'same methods and others' Lh new terminal on Wednesday! ,and I r ,1-
:proposed regulations no Chase/& H'arney
wer pparently satisfied with the progress
: show caus :why they ould be amended :whichare, used to compel whites to'do 1 ,

\,, 'before' they go,-into effect. j .,' ,.: so should be used against the 'negro. everything t>Bing"made i but gave orders: to Zn.suran.ce: 4 .; f fi
It push fast'as
along as
possi-i
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,l\ THE: volume J of/laws L 'passed ..by:the* without" influential friends is noreisonirhy bJe. I I !1 . . I Fer-t11l.zers. ,(

3 last legislature I has just been* issued and be shouldmade, a tarn, Work w1! \sllOrtly be bommenced on I r I (-' r =REPRESENTING; THE L. '.- -
.it '' : .' for the officers of 'law''in order grading the new,depot'grounds,"which '
ialabeUed Acts 'of 1897. ;These get the :
: laws ,have]f. been-\n ,force; for',nearly that theyt,ma collect fees.' \ .j will be very extensive. They will embrace Peon Mutual I Life, Fidelity ':and "Casually Compaoyfand,; all _Leading" iie Companies

j three: months,: .and.\yet their'publication J I" ... ,. I \ I a strip oll' ,running from the, i; \1 : : Special rah on dwelling property for,three and five years .

I not compe 'week. Bay jdrive to, {Avenue,C a di fa.nce-9f i I I'A'1 .
\ was (until last, + The New Terminal. \; 4 I ;RESIDED, AGENTS FOR ?,_ f ,
: The,Constitution.of'',the State provides .The pile-driver'' is doing'excellent,I 875 feet, and will be 180 ,feet wide, or i \

,that all laws shall be published d id: btu :work,! at the new terminal driving\ the \120\; feet exclusive of the rightofwayAll : .I HALLS. SAFE,,, ;, AND,..-LOCKC'O, t j ,.

: form and be,ready,within! 60 daysafter: filing at the great bulkheadl., It was, tie plans! for the depot and its ap I And brokers in Fertilizers and Fertilizer: Materials. -. -f Y,
., ] pointments, grounds 'platform, ..etc., :vva.: .. State ''
; the legislative adjourns. ))1ut they are anticipated( before it, rk that'it I I il ilI Notary: Public, a.t SJarg'.,
.1 seldom; ready i within, 90',:aa1rt1h would be able to drive about forty or 'have r.1ave |not yet beeii,fully decided upon I My-U I S 'MIAMI; FLORIDA- '
lence we are not i n position to give all i
legislature adjourned tnJune! fifty pile*a day.. When it began work .... .
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wasupopAu' tbe details, but:will'do so\very shortly. ] .
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6th. 60-day)limit resultVas; '
The the rather '
'T' disappointing, asit'only 1
.gust 4th, but the laws were ,not "ready, ,averaged: about sixteen' piles \ In additionto ,dredging a;:channel or' II THE NEW BAKERY.. '
', \ \j welve feet in I the Bay'from the new 5 \,
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until
; about '
September 1st. for
-1-11 } day the first few,days. This was 5
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1 .. I\> ; efminal to Cape Florida the ,dredge' '
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t;t .. I . '\ ' due to the?fact that: the bottom is solidrock 12th Streets west of Passenger'Depot. '
Will .
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have to dredge through a few
; IF the stories,,of eaisting'conditions' atongtheBay shore. After about "
in,the Klondikejregion; ;are truer, a''terrible k hundred piles were driven or about humps or ridges' outside the Cape, in Bye, '. '
,, Bread / .
i (act,it will Gage to do a little !( dredging; F"h' Vienna j"- -
II i, ,tragedy will. be enacted.J inj l the the,time the dredge got about 150 feefawayvfrom ''as S ,
"' as far three 'I miles east of the Cape Home
new gold next ,inter t shore Made .
diggings ,:There the it was found:that ) \
sj> as to continuous channel '
are,about 6,000 people at Dawson City, th4 bottomwas: mud and.dand, and the provide a !\ : ', Graham, ' -IIi_' : 5'
tf \feet deep from dee water .
p justnorth '
i and only sufficient. supplies to support machine-Is now drivioS'.on ,an average U I Baked daily and Delivered" Free to any part 6f town. .z
,half that number., The ice king( will of forty oYfifty piles a day. I IIt Fowey Rock's ight_ to the Bolls ,
'I Ga ;Bans, Cakes.Pies. Everything g first-class.!, Specialty of fresh confections
bridge the Alaska rivers this month is at present driving' oiply, the pe.. \ : and nuts.:'I have one of the most modern and first-class ovens .Picnic'and excursion.
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: and cut off.all'communication with'tbe: .square,., t oibgo* and groove, creosoted parties, famished on short notice., I rADAM '

5: 5 outside world. So matter what lion; piles., ,They arejone' foot.square' and \\ : Epworth Lea 'e. : ; MAYER, Proprietor

...'. 'roesthosepoozgoldeekeremayauffer,, I pointedj\:at,';the lefwe'r' end They are The regular,business meeting' of;the { "" Remember I deliver eretjthlng free of charge.. Remember. the..place.12th Street;Just:west ,4

nothing; ) can'\[;be done, to relieve them.; tongued and_ grooved An 1 .fit, into each, Epworth' League, which'b the* ;,firstWednesday of passenger+ 'deopt.: ,.rr:, ' 1 1-fr-Kf\,

:4 11 the'eeort.whichlove'ormoney! can ('otheV, snugly;so Is. to form a solid\ wall.jAboutiwo in each month, was held at

I put forth will be in, vain.,:All the I'fldI ,hundred and fifty piles are Mf. and,,airs.Nelson's.. The meetingwas '
the-Klondike will ? This well attended., '",. Mattress
I not brng them now driven therefore Wovers a Maker

., 'qnVton' of provisions.. Whenall, ordinary'provisioila ;list,uce;of 250! feet at the soutRend, of Mr. 8., Bn'Merritt was a rcepted as a :G 0'onw IN'P'r \

"are.,consumed, 'then the bulkhead,running from, the hors memberr, We have now sot le, for.tf odd 'A Avenue ri, opposite Hotel' "Miami'i'; '

,I the liorses andldop; will be eaten, diets out nto the BaJ'. The south end] istobe members., , -: I. All kinds of.Mattresses on band and \
'' made
.4 'oldbootda; hofsehides; anything, ,',and 400 feet 101g.t..wfllbe,finished X Next; Sunday will_be the roll call of ', j. in remaking to order Mattresses.Particular care' taken' \

r .finally they may resort to that horrible few the League.After ", :L
of ; days \The driver will then beginfo.dte \" Second-Hand. Goods, Bought-and: Sold.
: < .extremity-cannibalism. Possibly.thereports piles along, the "r the the business' was attended too '2EJnlyif-His : ;

"and :ettimates'of! 'what I!' in bulkhead.,.. D.tlor alfpresent\{ 'were delighted in a| social ,- { \, "

<'., $tor s{ ,may: -be :exaggerated Every 1'1 The front is, to be too' r and ,gatbertngRecitations, sand I songs "" .' \'. -' -5---- -- --, -5- .

_i heart']/with ,a 1 j'is I' pp.rk'; of, ; humanity" orhuman"kindness as the,pilfL.an'', : to be tongue,,and 'were'1'e's.follows, :'- '" : "' J , [ selection 1 r

will pray tbat'mat. grooved and are each'.one foot Sotut **Wbfp"poorwlirl l" >s 'Blackman. 'P' at the office
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square
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: tern may'not' : prove, as bad'as .antici it will take 700 piles for the fron of the' I' Recitation l..N.a'... ...,.,.''a.-I{ .Ed.Nelson,R..L 3nelL11t r [f. n'Qlce n of the b1 T to> I
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i tedrr i : i \ I IIkbead\ 40 piles a day :placed .
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G>>.OVE. ITEMS: i arid intended to 'build on once}":MORE ABOUT GOL IN'SOUTHERN on,refreshments, Russian Pete, Daniel ERS'- OEU111
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----- ''I I \ Butt since securing the property, Just;! H\ : BADE, Clark and John Adams; judiciary and HOUS -KEh r :

The club house of the House-keepers ,' north' of Captain Haden's he,has decided -,(! 1 \ arliamentary committee, William .
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Club is,being' palmed* ; \ not to build on his back land, but'', BelUble.rl) Data Gathered Special FriendEditol Wagner; Michael Oxar, and Andrew BT ,U. I.;[,MAC,GBEOOS." \ ,

, Rev. Jas. Bolton ,preacbed. in Union is having the lumber hauled to 'his bay j\ : Of the,-Metropolis.by Barr. An essay by' Ff. Infinger, '

i Chapel morning and evening last SunJ front and will build a good i hOuse ( Miami MelropolriAlluion I written in, a prophetic strain; was Florida Homes\ and Insects.To :

day. : ' . ., \,: \\ thereon at once, : \>\ in your piper to a possible: found, saying that'missionary stations a close,observer it !isfevident that
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Mr. Joseph ,Frow has been laid up I Captain} Richard Carney nlnd Alfred gold; find in souther! Dade led the would be founded at North Miami Florida people would not be so troubled

Peacock and others hate been', on a |writer to send immediately for a diy n- newspaper published at Miami, and a 'with its numerous insects if the houses

\-" cruise to New River in scare i of,trt'as-I rptl. It \was obtai ed from I, Kala- Housekeepers' Club 'started' at Cocoanut were built' with an eye. to keeping

Samuel Rhodes has a force of men ''lJ eIt\ is claimed a Spa ish lZob, Mich-. With a view of first Grove-at which, place hair-piill-- them out. _'_. \i

'' aden with recked the tiiig powers near riot and possibly ink-spilling Our pleasant climate l with _
fixing: the road in front'of his prop- gold, was vs on le \ its ng such shoo 't
r' arty .. ': each north: of Xew River m n)',many I Peacock Inn at Coconut Grove. Aone might occur. The object of the Alli-' mild winters makes 'a 'tight, warm r x' ..

*' \year) ago. The treasure seekers claim | lady was passing' through, thealks'of ante was to keep up the price of starch house seem unnecessary Anyway, ;
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The schooner Harris Bros and '
'' a o hair a an old Spanish map showing the Inm The rapidly ap- and reduce the price liquor teach anyone noticing such things sees many L

|loop |lof Key 'West stopped, at thejrove' he exact ,location:,of the wre k, and as I >rdached her.. When i he was questioned ' the members''\' how to ,sew, on buttons, houses built, carelessly, cracks in .the, '

;,this.week.Mr. " \, hey have'taken the,divining rod along as to having any recious metal use ozone, cook Johnny 'cakes,\make ceiling and perhaps closets and pantry;,

'" \( Frederick ,and family,',have been, .he prospects o'f success: seem to be very about her she(explained that her great-, tame,hogs wild and induce female W im- ,are, not. ceiled at all; not. betans!

\jre since"Tuesday He is ,busy sur-, good' \ j\ grandmother had beq eat bed her a migration. money with ,which,to build: is lacking,!

l ring, for,Mr. Kelley. 'I I Your ,article on ,"Gold Deposits s in pair\ of garter*,) ,the cl sp9 of which A model of,a machine designed by J. but because "tight}\! houses are 'not!

several land sales arependlng,whichhope South \Dade" has created a good deal I i \ composed'\ brSpanish
i to be permitted to report in'' o\ interest at, the Grove. j Several'As thH i test was Sufficient, the rod\wastakeifiu wood, pump Water, wash dishes and It is nice in some respects: ,to live in

t| fur columns next week.' 'I h9mesteaders out near the Everglades\ charge; work a .cradle was found'in'' the barrel. an'easy-don't-care, style, but'it is, well r ,

,; | iBall' Bros'have.. made 'number of have.brought in specimens of quartz '\The \'next experiment was made at A letter, in cipher (the ,key to which to remember: the insects when building :

i improvements on their cottage onWch ore which appear to ,be rich in''gold., Its .S minoJe. The rod was placed'on the was found) from R. B. Haze (probably or there will not be the,same chance,ofan \

\ street this last.weeV. \also reported that come fine parti- ground\neir u principal l residence in meant for Hayes) to W{. H. Gleason, easy life afterward. \

JD'ercbin"ts lea of gold have been found by wash- 'that section{ Wien') it rapidly mo ed alluding to the) vote of' Dade county, }There are many beautiful homes in -

'be here must anticipate ng some of the.sand from th: bar at tor.at'dthe house, ascended to ,the certain lots at 'Jupiter! 'Inlet, ,and amait Florida' very 'many; and those built as \
V od \
trade if n'judge by the |
,; one c : )hS mouth of creek. If this
Snapper chimney, came down it went to the contract from Biscayne to Per- Florida houses should be do not hive |
t .y they are getting in stock.. be rue, it would seem that som e of the ; if
,parlor} where in ,:a were some ambuco at $150,000 per,annum. Haze occupants always complaining of i
%s'Maud'Obencbain bas been quite 'cre' ices (of rock through which_ this 'specimens,of gold;ore.. antd was elected, and closing by' asking roaches;flies, etc. :'

%or the past week. Dr. J. W. reek, finds" its underground: outlet 1.1 from he npxt attempt ade at Cut-, Hank Gleaon to wait Til-den.: If .there are not sufficient qt means to

' n has, been attending. her. 1 1J. the Everglades must be.rich, in gold. lerl Here it: ,was. 'starte i in an old A lot of unpaid bills, for supplies properly finish a,large house It would

A party of prospectors are ,examining! i ha mock field. ',Jt commenced writing from a merchant named Concrete, ''be better to build a smaller one. -
W. Jackson w leave n ere \
,, l4y eyening for JUno to attend the the, landslin\ the vicinity of the \source ,in he rjrh alluviai, soh, using tbe pho- 'stores in' India, Australia'and' California Plastered walls allow- no':cracks for

of Snapper, creek very carefully net' c wayof ll $20,000 ,showing that 'a foreign.trade exist oaches to occupy; but many object to x
meg of tbe,,,County School Boar I, I i I I.... > I1" sp ng "Xflish '
: : j\ got ." onsu1t ng with iu old settle ed in starch or coontie. ' Mastering! because of our nearness, to v
&tash and, Mr. Boggs are};domicilefcoard I 'I, LINTON LOGIC. \I II ,\ ,A formula for red' bites the : 0.
curing ,
I the\ \facts'were, brought: out that bug oceanscausing'a salty?(damp atmosphere ..
the schooner Drummer, \ I \I- Mr.I'' English had spent' about that a recipe for gopher stew, one for curing which the plastering abs3rbs. -
Captaip still holds the
lAndre. forts
Wh1 ws
i in charge of GeorgeThoms n. ilthoogb\ (the contents SSvel\ been mount there trying .to raise cottonThis ., loggerhead turtle, and a protest I Houses so finished should be \ j

,t; B 4g parties ,of ladies are* very hipped to r various points along the occurred bejfore the war. | against members wearing 'underwear, well aired ,mornings and, afternoons,

pop at the Peaeock'lnQ nowadays, \ the way tol\ the Devi \\'s Den, the socks, neckties or coats., but not at noontime, as the hot air of. .
oat.\; \ '. \
r 'Bvllveningdown to the Bay they' 1 next' objective point, the rod became Under' these documents 'Were found midday condenses quickly'' on cold

,e.'." ,I' Congressman' (Crump,: of Michigan, a ctive; as 4 wagon! approached in-which three horseshoes a small(bag of alligator walls, 'causing : more dampness, not
\ : ordered 10,000
)[r- gs has'a force of 17, men 'at hat : / pineapple charge wer two)\ men. The thought came : musk, one patent leather slipper, a ess. A little fire in the chimney,even .r
which.Peter Peterson, who,has collar button:, and of,: fine tooth in 'if the is..
\Vorkrlng\ ,hts place and,Mr. F.q. of Ibis land Will set'out. that they, Were loaded, with ''ore. They part a summer, day loudy, keeps
:Bush 4 has, ,a large force at work on Vine': j' stopped.IThe' rod erin eda\, desire to comb. These three last articles '''came away dampness and germs. '

'i his pia . t Alvi9 Sturgis of Miami, who is hereon ente the mouth of one of the men. It from the outer beach, &D'd\weri"pre.\ Papered waifs are a nuisance unless

Mr. < Richardson a visit, spent several days tin Ting was prevented.' An explanation fol- served: as" relics until, correspondence there, is a closely-built wall or plaster1ngr .,
and
family
have rge ', in tare Ever lades. lie reports game low and an assurance was given that should enlighten the -members as, to for a foundation. Many 'prefer a: ,
'J-into town for the fall and )
\tIDt r. her have taken* of Mr plentiful: butjhard to', catch. ,\ he had recently bad' three teeth' filledwith their uses. ;, ;pies smooth ce ling- so neatly''joined
; ,, one
+ Frow's \ 'Already' seedbeds with their dainty kold. A 'rumor that a railroad would be that the smallest roach can l[find no ,.. t
8es. {I
white coverings 'bu'ilJto' UieyWest caused the Alliance door to a hiding place. Ceilings ,of
A. are springing up on The. Devil's Denw;, s reached at 11:30 '
F:.net, 1i 8q.,was up to your, aide {' sessions'fora time and! for various woods painted
every. ,imitating a determination p. ,m. It"- is a weird place; an arm of tocea.se its our lovely; ,either I
city, las [onday! : on important business ' to try h'old adage, "three, 'times \land the Everglades.1 \ Rocks in peculiar safekeeping and future! reference these, or oiled, are very beautiful.) .It is, -

with; anfoe ,Dakeof Dade. drove up out.// 1\ ," Corm u f" m the ground: ; oaks, fes- articles were>buried. quite necessary that every closet and 1 ;,
;. _: his y ponies.to close ;up a land wits So far the search out-of-the-way corn.er'ho'uld be closely ,
deal and \ Mr.\ Hobbs,'who is engaged to teach toone air plants, :or hids and developed no minerals r

; nesday.Messrs..' \ some shopping last Wed ,the fell term: bf school here,. ,will, be moss,stretchout<< their gnarled branch- bat our, faith in,the* rci1is eStablish1 ceiled and- painted. Paints I fills or' ,

\warmly welcomed, for' report says he es, anu Cabbage palm ttoe8,from which and cannot,, be".8ha eD. 1- I cov'e smaJest'crack' keeping insects :

', }* .' peacock: R. Carney; pan preach,as vyell as teachthus combining grow ferns. and parasitical plants, raise COCOASUT GROVE,Fla.; Aug, 30,189: : at bay, for 'they wills not live ,_

rank, Ri,rde, and '''Harry'Peac9Ck' burinesS; with pleasure. \ heir eath red heads. A lightwood I. K. Loan IKE.Future ., about;\, fresh paint... It..sa. es;, much \
\ aye return:from, their outing.and r . i work:and to have all shelves and
.: : :'Mr. J. Struthers, who ,has bee '' in fire ,was started and by its flickering c ; worry ,
: eport ha\g bad lots to eat and a tiafot theipast montl' light the we rdness was enh red. By of Miami. tables'about the kitchen nicely 'paint?

\ oon time oerally. The trip,was,up watermelon[ to few s has buying ire-- the aid of a Jightwood% torch!\ .a search from the Key Rest Equator-Democrat. ed.' it does away with,scrubbing, as' "

he" beach iove'\ 'Hillsboro''' 'and ,was, turned to 1.lnton with ship'o renewed cour- was made. In the heart Of, the den a The, Flagler terminal, at.' Miamipoints' all spots may be cleaned.off easily:; R -

"adein thquac4Daimler, :' ., 4e'and'" moving] his house, .on his -of -of nog bones was:found, and pilesof '' to the, concentration' there 6fMr.'Flagler's Many housewives.: make theirs, own ,
Rev sh bottles'' '' i interests and enterpnserthat ivory'paste' for cleaning paints by,dissolving .
| >l s.1ItoPIW1J1; :conduct, ensileorshlpi muck which ha! proposes to work for 41 gopher lls, some marked'Hostetter -,
Tom is as ,a railroad terminal. Bat; in hot =
"Old "KnSckerbocker ivory ,soap water to tbe -
: -
UaionChapel'Cocoa-. there_ ,is in it., \\ I\ '
'nut Grove> i Sunday, September 12; a ,? un urbon?' etc., 'etc. The Biscayne will see a,wonderful"development ;, consistancy of,paste and keeping:covered r
Wili Burton sailed '
in flmstyle
; pap away in the near coming rears '' Pro ., '
afad \ ;; in little jars. '
occupy .ti pulpit on each succeed vessel Bachelors surroundings appeared like those, of a '' L ,
in his new, the Two ably ,twelve feet can be ecured'as.deptlj a There are good paints ready' '_
InjgSdandltfiundaysof the 'month, deserted pirate's camp. The first thing, many
; I ,, Wednesday ,morning. \He will. ,of water for.. 'navigation in mixed '
al ernating 4b ibis appointment found to attract particular 'tention the and ;many',home-makers, use -
)1 \ stop at Pompano, where ha will discharge ,Bay and that,can be made'' to;answer! these doing their work :The "
am until frther notie*. : and. and interest \vas the end of *hat ap-; , oven
1\C a part of hisicargo\ then continue geared |o be \ all' toe:, handle' jit was the wants yet for many years to be money'..paved that way, :when: times are;;1 ,
S.
L Frederic engaged this week bis Voyage south., The, boat, presents provided fof...JMr. Flagler is evidently 'is ."
!; ''f nearly l'idderr by leaves and,branches hard, worth tbe trouble 'and \iwill $
\In j Purveying d, 80,acres",which A. A. a fine,, appearance 'and Will: looks' which had' falleu''. On pulling, it out it reaching out for theWest,; ,Indies, as hisgreat often be sufficient to buy:the,paint. '
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fBotgs, Esq., nentiy.purchased ,from very much the captain.: terminal. ,
the United
beyond
Of .doors and ,windows '
ch .. proved to be \\a| coontie hoe i in a good ' i course screen
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I. F. SieboL s This of a contracts '
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tract
States.i'Mail
situated about t Jand t1 1*' ELLIOTT KEY NOTES: state of,,preservationowing, nd doubt, { and resort ho. are a necessity-always.It . ... ,' i
treemiles south : "
'coaiat {\! of Co- to the quantity of' ozone which _exists, tels and, attractions for tourists will_ all ':does'i not :matter if our ,air" is -
: Grove' Fredenct; >:and the ; g \ tell in developing travel., The guide '"strained'? for there is it and
children Miss' Julia Lowe } of Key: West: ,_ar iD there ion of the den. On the han plenty of
are w'itjMr t' Frederick. They' 'Betters' h clearly'cu books will be elegant-and the facilities one can afford to,strain out all insects,' '
last die these were A. F.
+ !iced lat the Key ., Saturday. '
are jdomiciled d board the commodi attached. ample. (//All hail the new; cfepa'rtarepu I being thereafter allowed to breathe
oui rammer, vUcb l! is'anchored, out ) t. John g and son'Georg Q. (no county seal* aluable ) T She hoe section will benefit whether Key our pure and life-giving atmosphere in

in.t e Bay. \ ICtbt. ':. 'are 'at home bow after a visit to the was,regarded as a' acquisition. \ peace,and comfort.rs % b
,West, beyond mail facilities is [benefited \
1 rod full \
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!i' \;;' Island \ Tbe : was given: play. It danced -
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... .J.J.,Had his made very goocprogress City. ,AlburyUnd\ 'I about gleefully! and ,finally ''stood, on or not.' If our: neighbors'prosper "Mr.H.!I.King took advantage of the s
in' devopinghis. property' ? 'MrJ' ;B,. son, Horace I let us rejoice' for our. time may',come excursion rates and has! gone to Jack-.
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Near .it
\ end. : {excavation: was I commenced
sonville to visit Old friends.
and! tiving it came up from Key Wast last week in with in ; ::-
a bmelike : \ and surely peace ,
appearance ,goon \the\, hoe struck 'something Till paba .1 ..
He ;Has buflt'a. 'gWrihouse\ and barn,! their loop Silver. '\\ I' .. 'I '
; which forth metallic '
a
cleared, almost I > wb ohas'had gavel We authorized '; n. :: QUICKEST], WAY TO A FOETFNE.. .
tjl of his:land lying! ,Abner Sweeting, ,chargeof sound. Clearin ;away the debris two are to 'sIx-acre '

west tof the sectioi 'line and cut two the)\ schooner? : N,wlVenfce\ for the sheets of found. :The had lot off tbe ..Bay"ront at Ewanton Tour Thousand cret of Truck Famine Linda
copper were j Heights (southern portion of Cocoanut
large ditches and toriitrucr aa past,two months; is now at home. be'en :and Other Detirabi Property for Sale.
evidently the bottom Grove immediately south of R. R.
{'acrossl,the l : rrmot'ed from ), I have for 'aale about foar'tbonsand
prairie {he' al. He. h4 'Captlin'-Thomas with' his McCormick's for I i
Sweeting of a Jrge\ One I the place; $150 an acre. of truck land
:many bther, .improiements! : in view and 'schooner Rosebud.' 'wenCout to the red ?following 'inscription' i**Ned ent Speak quick' if you want it. No other I I suitable acres for ,oranges farming,/.lemons,acdjanda and all

,will be". busy!; for a 3 earth-come in'completiq . last week and\'succeeded in capturing hisxmark: { I'llbe! d-dif'it, hal ," Bay front can be had in that neighborhood kinds of tropical fru situated on"Bay, s
3- tI
: for less tban,$221) per,acre -
hat heha r : '
already, ,planned. nine turtle. I 1 The other [had John, x I. Biscayne,'the garden spot of tbe worjiAlso '
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Franklin C. . l Bids Wanted: city Iota Lemon City, and about
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Busuviuul: William { ,1 ,4' / _
'D.KelleyltwoyoungjgentUmen nark h
:; -:mine, by bokey. V s, 17 acres of,flue Bay front land between .
Board
from Chicago .-'\, Dance Last Night,, >r.. I a barre on the head of'which was' Dade The/county of invite Public bids Instruction for painting of' Little River and'B-facaynePoet Office. \II '

hkv bought.a trich'of'land Just The, dance,at, be'1rot lMiami. :was,*. "0 d Cl w." Removing the the Miami'! public'school two'::,coats.. Can ',be found domiciled at _my, orange ,
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fas'
k nortbj, Captain .Haien's 'property. success \jn every way.. jlrwas not *o which was in' .a good sta e'oi Bidders will, please specify kind ofpiqt grove three mile northwest' Lemon" '

d They will shave it'surveyed, just as soon remarkable' fort j t nD be.rr' but ;i all the rvatto: ,;several' documents' 'were to be used. Color will probably f City, ,Please, TJ write D.WEIGHT for prices., Agent, i215tf.6p .:. .

:as J.' Si Frederick' jca do the Jot?' and best: there: !. The ladies toimd" one of 'whiih tojd of\the Starch-\ be ;white with green: blinds, and the Lemon City.Dade Co.. Flal.police. t
of _
'divide1) the,\, ,tract; ,betw'een'them.,! ., The looked entrancingly i beautiful,' the music aker''\Alliance.and gave its co.n itut trimmings be m,the appropriate hands Z. T.Merrittof color"Bidsmust : . _;} u, ,.,

:'land they \shave; purchased has a' bay was good, the dancers' bad\.sufficien t ion and -law4-T': W.1.Fa': ;. ner, Buena. Vista opt later than September6th .; -.:: '
front ana. back totheloountytoad.Mr. rOOmi; resideD; ; and ,will ,be acted the The METBOPOLIS has '' > ,s
to whirl around and everything, .. "tong John, secretary! W.IT. upon, by ; no cKibbing- ;>;.. ,
Bus, as- stated,'in "these Items 'last was n as it should be.. Wehavenotapace i. ., Benoitr, treasurer; J. T. Peacock, Board at its tnonthly meeting at West rates, whatever, with any other paper. : ; .
week, otfns' ;and has'cleaned\ ten 'to morn \ 'andl '' Palm Beach on TuesdaySeptember7th [ at present. The' arrangements for.. ., ,: !J<
; acres saj any. more this .ngtbutwha c\vilengjne ;designer'; A. next.' i t. .Z. MKKBITT;' merit advertised are no. lodger in ' ,
of land.cjut near A.LEn, iley'a place !ore is necessary? ,, "'Addisonadjutant, general;\ tee & .' i, Superintendent .force! ang20-tl '
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I I! i '. THE: /I MET OPOLIS SEPT.' t'897. t. t.
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: 'Wh, Jackonrille'\ \ said schedule\ j of' rates, or: classification' 'i FREE*OR REDUCED: BATES '.
in ;
n S RAILROAD IISSION! : ja
Buen ,\ -; \ \ CO I is_made, either by the Commissioner Railroad,companies' shall not be prevented - : :
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..... '\ .. ,any railroad\"company, ''a copy of'said from the* carriage, storage'or !
STOPA1THE' change shall beimmediatety furnishedthe .
\ the hauling, of property free or at reduced .1
I I Commissioners
It ,Meets in Tallahassee and !Pre- office of; tit' \ and rates for charitable purposes,or tor'"-
/ shall be'posted ,in ihe same manner as to or. from fairs and expositions for
Hotel scribes '
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VistaCottage RiverVimy 1 \ Rules and Regulations.PRACTICALL above. \ exhibition.'thereat.:
\ TRAFFIC %RRAN EHENTjj. .
\ \ . Copies of, all rate sheet tariffs, and. SWITCHING C IAROES.
CHANGE IN :RATES
Riverside Avenue near ai/ I f. .\ circular orders issued, .all contracts A charge no more- than$2 per car i
4 and agreements between. railroad will.,be allowed for switching or transferring -
Two miles north of Miami, \ Street!. I'
\ close to the Railroad Del l : I The Existing Schedules,of Freight Rates Are companies as to the rates of a 'car from any point on any

,;' I, pot, 5 minutes frc m the, One of tbe\ 'Nearest Hotels\ in the, City/to/ I Adopted W ont Mnge With Only \1 k freight and passenger tariffs, amk all road'I ',or warehousei'within': a space of t ;

k. bar. the Union Depot. L / I I T.rlo Exceptions. I arrangements and agreements] whatever t three,miles from starting point,without ,

4 New Building,; large.,"airy \ I \ I as to the divisions.of;, earnings of regard to weight.or contents. .\\t ,t
; ,Bedrooms. q American 82 to $2.50 pel day I-' % ''
kind \Yuen.in th. transfer of car between
a
Rates. any by competing or; Connecting :
Hunting, Fishing, Boat'I'I j European, Rooms 50c,"756, 91 ; '
:lag'-' : I ., \ J liE Railroad Cqm. lines of railroads doing business in this !I saidpointa it is necessary;to pass over

i French.' :"Caisine.Chas. I R., Bixle .& SonPROPRIETORS.' r mission i held !Ian, State, shall be submitted :to the Com%! e 'of\\ any intermediate, road or t ''

\ ., Courly Prop.SHtfUs i important |meet. mission for inspection, revision and roads e maximum charge._of $2 shall i ; \,
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\ ,. 1-3rtf itrui Li ingin 'Psllahas I approval., I I I be equitably divided between the roads
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'j I' see last week\' toprescribe BAGGAGE at interest. When a" charge is made I
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\ rates: Each passenger shall' be entitled tc for the trarfsfer of loaded cars between '

I and formulate baggage 'not exceeding 150 pounds in 1 said points' no additional charge shall t

\ .. FM1AMI4 I : rules and; reguia Weight be made for the 'return- of the' empty I"

1 I I\\ I ; ' t"i i o n s. Prominent LESS THAN''MAXIMUM RATES. cars' I t

t. ,. :. I \i : officials andrepresentatives Railroads will not prohibited from DELIVERY to CONSII INa':RdaD/.. I.

W7-" -w- of ,charging less than .the fates prescribed \ Railroads shall withou delay) switch

i' \' . BUSINESS an&' REsmhcE /; all,i 'the railroad \\n the State were pres'i :, for the transportation of passengers,, I off and dellrer to any connecting.road, ,.

eiit.With .. provided such charge is not an,,unjust of the same gauge all cars consigned'to "I.

regard tb passenger rates the discrimination in favor of oragainst points on or beyond such'connecting' t ,

I it '\ ==='1LQTSt7N9v C mmission has(determined to adopt' persons or localities. roads. They shall, at.the'terminus or

: \ ( w thout any,change' whatever, the tar- ,MINIMUM I''RIt'fen / Intermediate point, witboutf-obsm_

,I ,\ j ', it s. now in force on the various lines. cents as: minimum fare,may be tion or delay,receive from: the connecting

,- For Sale ; 1 Iii the matter" elf freight rates the collected where,the,,regular, fare would roads of the same gauge when.offered , .
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Commission, has also adopted without be less than that:sum. ; all cars .consigned to'any point'

: change. the..existing, schedules, , with REDUCED:RATES, EXCURSIONS' ETC. on the'road to t I which the same IS offered ,

r Per Lot only: two exceptions, tb 'rates pn railroad' company shall not bd pre- or,, on any road connecting-with' '9 \1...':

Prices i From $iooto: $11000 oranges and the \j rates' :bn'vegetables: vented' from the free carriage of'destitute said road to' which it is destined, and .

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In these items certain reductions' are or harmless' pereon9 transportedby :: to transport,said cars to the destiDa- \ ;

; \ Accordll to Location proposed., how grdat the board- has not charitable societies, and the necessary lion with reasonable ,diligence. No \ \I '.

yei indicated. ) agents employed in such transportation railroad' shall.discriminated Its rates J Jf I
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1} I' i iJ The following rules and regulations ; or from the issuance of mileage, or tariffs of, freights to' favor of.any \\ ::-*

t&j 3 I , '" 'I i / \ were announced, \but will not go into, excursion,. or round-trip passenger line or 'route connected with it u!/ ,

e 1 1 Railroad;fare.to Miami over the Florida East Coast! Railway'will be refunded toJ effect'at once. The railroads have been tickets, or f.rom. giving free'carriage to against any other line or route* nor I,:
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: I : 4. each purchaser of a: lot, provided purchaser will prodnekreceipt" 'for each fare which given until the 30th of this month to their own,officers and employees; or to when .a part of I its.own,line fs: sough/ \'
receipt will be received as cash in ,part, pameutfor loi , 1 1i II examine and consider the rules and the officers '
) I i prevent principal p f any tobe; run in connection with any otbe .
J : ,, i ;. I Call on JOHN B.;I R5ILJLY, Agent, rag r!!, ions. railroad companY, or companies i from route shall such -railroad 'discrlminati :i'
S Op the date named. the Commissioners ; exchanging passes or tickets with oth- favor, ':
Miami such connectingJineJn, '
against
\ .. Fort IalaJl) ',Landj' Company ..,
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.if. ? will meet to hear any protests, objections er railroad companies for their officers: of,tbe.balance of its own"line; but said

,. !\ Oftj.E. I GRAaA1.flc; Ores t, I Iii6tf.fl ''I' or arguments against the proposed , and employees' ; or,free carriage or reduced ., railroads shall have,, the same rates" for

I l' /' \ .. Fort Dallas Land Co., pt. Augustine. ,Fla. I rules, which. / ire as follows:. 'rates to persons: in charge of live all and shall afford the usual arid like t r

I . ; ,PROPOSED ROLES L > REGULATIONS.The stock shipped. from. .! the point'. of. ship-. customary facilities for the interchange "
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'v. following rules and regulations pent! to destination- and- return;, or of freight to patrons of each and al t
are prescribed for! the government of from issuing secodclasdltickets'forthe \ lineaslike. '

} ; Little Bros Fertilize Phosphate Co.: fP4rsonsandprop- holders of which second-class tickets \ ROUTING FREIGHT. ,\ :4:A J

the rJilr94U \ -*
by companies, doing so issued second-clasa'accammoda-' The right) ,of a shipper to direct t f

'L t t 1 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA' \, theg-t ass wholly or!\\in part within the ions shall, be furnished. what line, or lines of railroads in tb "' .:
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of Florida al41 conflicting ; :
i I l 1 BULLETINS. I State his shipments shall ;be tray '

\ ; with beiuF hereby repealed : i Whenever any passenger train on!any shallM Jenedb1.aU, the ra ,'

rtili \ COMPL Jln8. x j railroad in this State shall be more roads in this State. 'I- : t-.-.;'
r. Manufacturers of HigFGrae F r made to the ," I ICOHM
y Alllcomplaints\ bommis-, than one hour behind its, scheduled N CARRIERS.Xo .
sion shall be \ and shall'distinct
inlwriung
time, it shall be the duty of said rail- railroad company shall declim .
lp set, forth tli grounds ',of com- :'
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road coinpny"to bulletin and keepposted refuse to act as a common carre
drovers should the ,Btt 'Fertilized Because th\ Best is plain, In like manner' all defenses
2iTomal\ < ... use I at every tele-graphstatJon along transport any article proper for tr: ,
,," I, : ," the chca j dlf ''I'. \ shall be in,writing set fo th the gr6um( of defense. '
; train i is offered.
going ,the time such train is a. r
Little Bros''. Vegetable, No. lt: and ,Little Bros o BO ADS mDEJi : behind .
railroads ,its scheduled 'time, and the BATE ON SMALL SHIPMENTS. t .
: \ Special are the Be 'Brand on 'tky All connecting which are time of1 its arrival as nearly;,as can'be Railroad companies mad colle&
; 1' : II under the nunagement or control by ''
c' -- .: a'aiO "
; 'It\lom'a approximated. cents ass. minimum charge on
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for .. .
market iomatpes.
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.:.. '\ i \ : \ '\ lase;, ownership or otherwise, one shipment, however \
'y .
MAXIMUM BATES MAT BE BEDPCED. small.:1
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Bransbomb \ and tI same company;and all con- t :
\ Ellis \\ iams & Agents The schedules orates allowed and .COMPETING USES. ji
\ ,:,, ( nect' railroads a aJority of; whose I I
\ \ : i Railroad companies shall nol'*e '.
l y : '1rT ,._ _. A.. st k i owned or controlled, either dir -,i adopted ,by tbe Railroad, Commissioners '.
4;::co! ,. tf-R8- AI i \ I' t ,indirectly, by.one of the con- for each road are, maximum rates, i any unjust discrimination! \, i receiving 2
nlctin / which shall not be transcended. They
I lines shall for the of
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Jt a ': l'I \LA trans rtation icl app'Yi' g-thi purpose tariff, may, however! ,carry at' less than the : freights to ao"y, competing- s,,of
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steamboats in this State.,' 3
*e cons dared,as constituting but on'ea rates allowed and adopted, providedthat f .

iti: : 'Nt't1'i 'f ;' ,:'lal I rd th same'roan, anal the rates"shall if they' carry:for less for one per CLA88IFI TI01'f.' \_ ;j
'! son they shall) for the like, service antler jocia- -
: j' : be,, co puted upon parts of one The Southern States Freight :
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., I and th< same road, unless otherwise similar circumstances and conditions tion classification,, No.24in foe Hay .:

't'.j. \ J I LH-5 speoiOea. :The fact that each of said carry for the same lessened rate if 1896, and the current add ns to ;.

, r / roads hi s a separate bbard of directors for all persons, except' as mentioned and changes .therein*will bet t rved .

.: \ 1.f . shall no ;prevent the'application( of this hereafter; and(if they'adopt.less freight by'the'railroad! companies deg<; business ' .-J.

'ThfeTerminal! New Will'Operate 1 tot rule. 1 rates for one, 'station,.they, shall, make in this State;'subject, hofver, to 1

4 l'' >+ \' MOST LY AND .AXNtAL BKPORT8. a reduction of the same percent, at all such additions' thereto i andbaligestherein ( ,

; \ i Each railroad company shall make stations along the line of road,so as to 'as have been rescrill by the :"

1. pev oP.the...!. make non| unjust discrimination "as Railroad Commissioners of IJrida as r,
and file i n the office of the Commissionby
the last day of each|month a,reportof against any person or' locality) But contained in the 'hept1 :8heet,|rand ;

r I when at any 'point within, this! State to such otherfurtheradlionasnd, . ,1.
} ; its earnings and opej-ating
) 'N T ERN'Po'RTIO' ;r O F: 'THE CITY. the preceding: month, according expensesfor to there are competing lines of transportation changes; maybe made fro time: to J
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any railroad company injuriously time hereafter by said! Comissionera.On r
Wescibed
form
1, the; Commission
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l '-'" ) \ 1\ affected thereby ; at such i .
."..." '; t"I I I 1I d also,on or 'before September 1 of ,each may: I all shipments of ffeigb'n governed
toNorth are' half year an annual of' its earnings, competing point, maker! rates .below I by' Rule No. origiating and ,-t
f: Miami i and operations
oPeratin'ex'pen8e general,
;t: Ternunllor, ;: a,'few minutes' ''wajk.l) ,SIze6QxlOdr\ for the preceding' year ending makings corresponding pass over the whole or porpns of two .? i

t J ':, AlleT: in{, :rear;, of 1 every'lot.'! -- Cool and: breezy,.J\\1,| June 80. :, IREBATES. i road."I reduction ,along the line of Or more,the maximum roads; not" rate under charted tl same c,n,such control -, :y'J

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?. I '. j f Ji! atJons4" ,. : '\ : -fl\ There shall be no;;secret: { reduction of FREIGHTS EXEMPT : shipments shall not.be greter than the .
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?l..x' t 1'r \ \ \\ rate of freight or passenger fares,and The rates- 'specified or hereafter, to.be sum. of the local rates 'on neb freight, -.;;

'r- ; ,Ril'-$0.005T9: : \ Ii' drawback I other Ii allowed for, common brick; bone, lumber for the distance' bandied otr each road. :z
no rebate, ,or advantagein '
1 1I '
I t :. laths such
,shingles, ,staveirougb s onetempty' The total rate thus ascertined on
I forni shall be given\or\, paid,either
i any
{.> 1. :Buy one! while '(they may be,;had, cheap i".!Thejf w ili dire<; ;orlindirec.tly, upon shipments barrels, corn in the ear, melonsby 'freights from'' the point q? shipment to :
:
tbe car load, straw, shucks, fodder, the point of,destination stall be divided. ;
'F ; >e worth I double! a ;few: ,months hence, when the ,NeTerminal trade' or service' rendered any butthe person tanbark, sawdust, household goods, in such proportions between the i roads, _
not allowed; to all, per ons, '
a. is terms.Robbins '. moss,. palmetto: leaves and,, headse, are over which such freiglts pass ai',to 't
completed. ,Easy : I' 11 1J 1\\ same,shall uniform to all, and pub 'I
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_I ", t it" maximum. rates; but. the railroads. are give to each road fnerested In the \
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,I' 1 l lic. I Irosnjro '
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& Graham left tree to reduce the same 'at discretion.and shipment 'its local rate;or the !distance ,; ,
I. '. BCBEDU s.
} 1 (, ..t ;; ;'y' . il\ Each rail clad company (shall post ina all such rates' are'exempt' such shipment is handled. Nothing in. ..,

s. ,Y ,:!J-9'-tf. t t.. "_ 1 hf. OVER tO T OFFIC cohs'picuou' place,and keep the same from the: operation: : of, the foregoing 'th rule: shall be con5t td' to prevent \;
I ,1 41 I I I nl I I of its stations rule. Any complaint as! to such'rafeswill : the total of any joint rite made under 1
' -__ L p-p continuously posted in ea 4h of upon presentation considered.' this'rule' from being Divided, in such, ::
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:; ,. '. 'J:, Imported Vuelta', Ab Jo,"fl periz.** $,JoperpJ' dad. .- ,) a copy' of the scb? ule the No,rates,have been prescribed\ articles proportions between:the roads:inter*
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Florida one year SUe i a \ rates revised -
crown freight am '' .
passenger
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.r \ )iaoutaC'turin. in the classification designated'by agree
\ sumatr..75CpeMoz.tol7.5Aprl:>> ested in the Jbey may ,
: t'i"S: Ieaf Tobacco 40c pr oz., fllprTlbi FIELD AND and adopted. for th'e'use t f such com earners '
Yt; : GARDEN SEKDS-Corn Field Virlsties.2lfj>er,gt.t I I'' ''all the p letter S. .Such articles .are subject upon, but'a failure so to agree between.. ?-i
.: : ee taot pany by the Commis ion; icopy : ,
\ po tdH60-per bu. freight paid SUfal to special contract. The ,Commission the roads interest* [shall in no way /
4.t I VfrifctieB, 5!freight otei- the rules and regulations prescribed: '
_" vO., repay ofexcessivecharges h rged'i
a; viiv I ' .press not poatl'ald\2.\ pr Ib.pout plaid, will entertain complaints ,affect the total)i4t. rate to be :
.; >i uhroc pet 1b JIO'J >aM: Pearl Millet the best fodder crop. I paid_ In lots,of by the.ComnUsion. foFithegovernmentof
1 ,, ..' \ \ I for the transportation such and collected l or work delay in thetranspotation
> s or over, Dot.pt *idrlVjprlb. All other eedft At equAllr reduced tatPS International n .
tit k Food.tee International Poultry' Food,860 .. CAMERON4 the transportation of tabdpas-:. .
; per pkt. per pk .L. articles! in all cases except!) where the of iiich freighter be :
\ 9Jan97 f-bl..f It. 'Jacksonville._ Flat -, icable tolls line of road, "
k ; ;
sengers app
.' \, '. 1.1 1.\\ t"_ prices! charged were according, << to con; :subject of. p'peal to,the Commission by1\ :}
and a > of the official classification. ; ,
,- cjr py
-,. shipper and carrier. .
1 .'. -i : -1 made whetber tract between: I the roads at interest. t .;'j
also copies:oi all changes I
, as to .1>< ..
:" ,r... cno.lce'selec- tJsuchran. SHIPPERS LOAD,aY D U .LOiD.. FREIGHT' ''B" JIPT: 1. ', '''; i:
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\ t be made
the ull
.same s .
i r In ij t'a.n n 'tioof at-the office road cpmpary ,.or by the Ce mmission- Shippers' of 'articles 'in classes'' L,'II, All railroad companies in this State ;\

'Y t'lle.' METROP- ers; also a t ble of-distances' between N, O;P and B may':-be required: to pay shall, upon demand, ,: issue duplicate1 ,\ :';

J ,each. station;j land. when'any change. 'in., the cost:of loading,and unloading i i : ? Continued\on. page 7.} '\. : ,,Jl.

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rcu ItlUUt'tt from page ror Bay Front For Sale. \,Ten ,Acres at,North,Miami -

I freight rec ipts to all shippers of -rwe Ity-oUe. acres [with a frontage of Being the a '4 of ne )jj of ne'J:& of Sec- ;.

: Miami l oWLots: : 1.j' \ frt'Jttt, iu 11iG11 shall be 8tl1tf'4 .'the 400 f et on the'Un,.. A splendid piece'ot E'ast\lyingbetw lion 3(5, Township: tbe, South railroad of.Range and Bay 41

1i"'I'\pr cl lSl''I of freight shippt'tl, land lyinsr between the place of li R Mo
close the
/ to Bay 0ood land. Price
very
'From' to $ 15O.1\ freight s over the railroad issuing I[Cormick and thai of A. It. Mmmoua, 81.800. '. .
Ranging in Price $30 \ char Booth of Cocoanut Grove.., The finest 1
) such receipt i and, afar as practicable land for sale the 2-18-tf _..RoBBiKH k OKAUAU.NATiONALizbz .. I
Bay for theribney. .
A Selected Lit of Bay Biscayne j Property.- [f fFruit :- pimeot on { _.. .. '"
'. I'hallat!:" the *'barge* upon.the Price. Sjj()(). Will take one; -- -- ". --' --.----"
: Tracts and \,Cheap, Lands for I tv'estrent. I .. I /alf.cash, or;only oD -t."Jrd cash if ueces- I -.

Fiost-Prpof, Bearing Orange Qr
\I I | No. i Pnpsphate Land BOBBINS & QRAHAU. HomeSeekersREAL .
I s I \ the railro-uls giving: such reeeiptsforfreight ;

N i i Choice Property of Every Description I I, shippiil 14halPbe held'in all the PLACES OF INTEREST.To .i ESTATE EXCHANGE

MO' T DESIRABLE LOCATION ON BpTH THEI'E'AST, 4ND: i ourts o( tbe M, ite as responsible;for ,, .. :
anil \fti.dl'Htl'ry ,of Be Seen Jn and About Miami and Biscayne
.1, I : the prompt > same ..
WEST
COAST. 'l
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I' I \ to it:> point |wf .destinationitlnii. a :Bay.Mule. '
E
;E :E: Waddell I reiMtnibh tit \\'hll'b.length!of time Klnll':,Tarpon and Spanish Mackerel Fishing 10 hanging Property for Property a
i imarltfit Rapid of the Miami 1 4 Specialty. Send Description 'of what '
shall b&tieter tined after due investigation The Florida Everglades . ,. 4 .
:. Miami. : .. F'l. \ sail, 8ioJ1- Seminole Indian Camps. . .. . . '. 9 ,you have and what yon want. \ .
Railroad
1 I l hj' Coml i and Kuint. L 2
__ __ __ ______ The 1'atich'&IaI
h '" ers. \\'lienreight he consignee of such ('Rlte Florida and the Old Light') . 8 MALABAR, INDIAN RITES,FLORIDA.. 1
PoMey Korkt Light .. . 15 -
proven s the railroad receipt'to The:Florida Reefs ." ..\. .'. ... K c. C:CARROLL, ,
been sea Fishing! . .. 13 Oct. UHf-Is
the agent,of Ui railroad last trn ISIrt. The Coral Gardens. I: . -.i '.J'!. .. .". . 30 Real Estate Agent 4y

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ngthefr i igii; such agent hall deliver earl'ut. L. .1- : : 4Norrls .j
Cut . : . '.
the artules i i'h pped upon the'pajment Casar's Rock' and Creek'.. .,. :r' .- i
: L'H Ke-y. . ,. . . 25 MIAMI PAINT SHOP ;
if the for the class'\|6f Key Largo; ", : . 'I I . . . ,; . . .. 30
stipulated In said The Hunting Grounds. ..,.. .. .. . 15,
reight as railroad Sun Filers Grove .. '-\.1' .._.r.. .-..!\. .. . . 2'' T. J. WEAVER, PR P-R.
eceipt. Little Ki\er ., ' .<. ,' 6
Arch Creek: .: -::: ,.,::: : .::: ::: ::: 13 House Sign ,and CarriagePainting
t- 0 1>EL1ERY OV FRE10HT. Natural Bridge. . .. : .[;{ .. .. .. .. 16
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e Railroad) Cocoanut drove.. . \. ..... 1 J... ..t.I .. .. \. .. 5
corilpanies shall deliver toe ImonCity. . :1 i, ]I. ,. .\ 5
i'h consignee of freight the article or BueuaVista.: ., :::: :::::.r:.5.'. .:. : 2 -
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article. mentitlned in the receipt or uUt'I"l". .5
\ F The Giant Bamtioos. . .I' :. .: .,::.::.(::::::.:: S
bill of 1m the the .
lading of
payment \\IIdOrange: : Wil.,2: ':
rite f'harlt'd l for the class ot elates 6f Wild lime Groves! \::: .: : : : : .2Rtker'sllattlorer. Decorative Wall Paper Hanging a spec-
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1' freight I lt\nt\ oed\ in the receipt, and Creek. .. JO .ialty. Graining, Hard-wood Finish-, .
J The CroMxlilePond i .: .:: : :: :. : 10 \ fog and Kalsommg.' :All work ,
\ the( consignee sly l, II not be compelled to Ilonseof Refuge ... . . . 1 10 gUaranteed. Best of references ,; -i
I pij for any artu .le or articles not re- Indian Creek, and Oyster Beds----- 1\ win be gfmi.Are .'s
The'Old Ruins! on the Miami '. . 2
-- 4- (' i\'ed bj him. Where a part of, the| tort Dallas., .. rl 1 .. .. ', '. . D and 8thSt, ,MIAMI. FLA.
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A Cruise on the Bay\ot Florida and Among
7may971irhf
d! jn the
articles mention
1 if re'eiptshallre : the Keys '
) 'h the point t>f destination. it 'shall The Florida CUilf Stream!. '.. :. : ,,;. , .
Eiclit: Hour .1I1.to the Bahama Bank/ . . . \ "
be the ,duty of tie railroad: company at
THE; PEACOCK INN t
urn point to deliver. the !same upon the ,
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I 'amerit by tlie consignee of the -r: A. 3NTKLSWe LOCATED; OiBISCAYNE -

\ 41GW( ) 'fr ight (charges oif*aid article or art \

\* 'Il" ,notwitlbtan ling the remainder of ,Manufacture all .BY,
\ I kinds and sizes of
I+ I lnj articles mentioned,, in the receipt; + luu 1' Five miles sooth of Miami.

; TIME ma 5. have been delayed or lost. L. 1 _. The oldest'and largest hotel
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i SAFETY COMFORT QUICK LOW RATES 11 overcharges. on freight byany| II i Cypress 3 on the Bay. Headquarters ,
for the Yach '
Biscayne Bay ,
t finest Ctmine and Service, No Transfer Between Jc cksont tile and AVw ForA,. rai road in this Late shall be settled : Clab. : ,

1 I The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome dew Steel Steamers: wit tin thirty day s after 'demand by Tanks Daily) i Steam Launch Connection With Miami '

the ('onsignep. or! person paying. the lit
r \ Comanche (new), t Algonquin; i IroquoIs, t (Jheroiee, s. Seminole. reikht upon the a gent at the delivering \ Bates, $2.00 Per Day and Upward. ;
I Special Rates by the Week. .
i' dept. Ahei ever an overcharge '
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NORTH-BOUND. G. H. DAVIS &' SON .
on reight has, been, made on a' sbip- :XCI1AS. PEACOCK & SON, Proprietors, Cx:: ....
\ Steamers are appointed to sail tide
From Jacksonvl le, Fla., (calling at Charleston), saudaysTuesdaysaddThursdays. nerit over tv\o 3 r more railroads, it Palatka, Fla.jy COCOANTJT GROVE -FLA. r." -
From Charleston S, C, Mondays, Wednesday* and fridajs hall be ettted b) [the delivering road. .r. '
For hours of sailing see 'Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers 'I Write. for Catalogue 1 lZl-3-24-pd '
All the
iS'Open :Tear. 1-1-ia
1 If the overcharge is made upon a shipment \ .

.t SOUTH-BOUND. \ to a flag station, then the demand -

Steamers are1appointed' to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York, at 3 p m:, as follows; I to be made' i>n' the agent at_ the ': ; :
For Charleston, Su C, MondaysVeduedaysaud Fridays, aTIie-Plan
F or Jacksonrllle., Fla., (calling at Cbarleston, Mondays?Wednesdays and rrtdars. regular station to which the same was Systel11

Freight bile \
I Boston and Jacksonville--Direct Line ( ) BoeRS it STATIONS. '. '
Perfect Passenger Service. ,
I Calling at Charleston, S.C both ways. Alt agents!lat depots or stations witliirjcorporated -

l li lI i STEAMERS "GEO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE I in' tovvns and cities in Reaching the, )Most Important Points in,- Georgia i Alabama +

I' 1 I Are appointed to call as follower l this. tate shale receive all freights of- South Carolina, Florida, Cuba and '
I From,foot of flog in Street, Jacksonville From Lewis'sharr.. Boston 'eredj for shipniejiit' and deliver all .*.

\, FRIDAYS FRIDW3 freights appli d .for' from April to Novia Srotia. '

\I j CLYDE'S ST. JOHNS R VER LINE. October 1, between; I | a..in. and 6 p. m." ; Most: BP1en.d.14: :IIotels: . tIll.h'M

jI I (DE BABY LINE) and from October 1 to April,1, between, . J'p;. .

T a. in. and :6 p. ml; provided that in -
\ Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, pan Intermediate ities having a population ofover.3,000 : -- -\

5- + }i on the Stf John Jffoer. -\ ,
S I Landings hours! shall be from i. a* m. to 6 p.

I tie.\vith' the exception of an interims w' iGt ii
1 Steamer "WELAKA" I '
of one hour from 12 111 to 1.p. ",'.
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\ _S CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW, on each day of the week, Sundays' excUpted. -
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Leaves Jacksonvill '. .. . ,...., <.... ....... _. Tuesday and Saturdays at',* Wp.m Nothing in his rule shall bec

Leaves Sanford'1.',. .. -;; ., .. i..*...r ,.. .. .. .? ... .t..f and Thursdays at 4.Oft a. m Mitt rued to prevents! the agents from

;' (} ,receiving. or delivering freightearlir .
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enrd.l.P U8 naeT and Ticket Office, 201 West Say Street, Jacksont'iUe. t|tan 6 p. m., if hey (desire. .->

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MIXED SHIPMENTS OF LIVE'STOCK_ .
f \ UNO.;11_ HOWARD. Sun F. IRONMONGER, .lit. F. P A. .'
'j I : ,j JACK80XVHUE, PLA. | ' -: Mixed shipments cattle, hogse lr
: T. O.. EQER T.\Ml W H. WARBUR ON. E. P. A. H. CLYDE. A. T.. M. rf -
', T lambs etc., will betaken in carload* at r< B -
i J BOWLIlta ORIIS: MW: .voa>' k
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55 \ .( J \ WM. '.CLYDE & CO., Gen'l'Age ts .' 1 rG carload rates for'cattle, but the carrier,

.' \\ 5 Bowling'' Green;,New'1""orit City' 12 So. DO. Aloe.. Philadelphia>! 17 tf will be released ,from damage to animals -
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1 '0 \ 'I I each other, and from scape if not .hal j.

; .Georgia4Southerlla' R'Y. suffocation or xhaustion from In the. West. Cdast 'Region' of Florida.
f
heft or cold. > ,

: 1 ri'ght'P THE PLANT, STEAMSHIP LINE.
TRJ'.Q
sn't tile M all 1
The Suwanee River Route. ' .. Steamers Between Port West and
\ ,\ 1 I Plying Tampa, "Key : :

"I\ \ Time' a.'ble4une,15.:1.SS' '' \ : I Our Sheriff Is'\(a Poet, H vans, and Between Mobile} and Port Tampa.B. ,.

... j : \te clip't e following I curiosity In . .
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JlcFADDEN
WRENN H. C. : ,' .
SOUTH BOUND STATION'S.NORTH BOl't4D' the way of a sheriffs >leturn from' the Pass Traffic Manager. Asa't Oenl Pass. Agt. Y /.
Atlanta Constitution bf:the 13th 'ult. '
; i Nob No 3 No I rr o 2 No4 'Ir4o6 Savannah. Q-a.. '
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Chat
of
ne\'er-lle this novel"legaldocument
.. .. .. '100":11: 8 20 A x Leave....;... rAtlanta.... .....,..Arrive '13; P x 7'45.' x ...11118 \...... .
i .... ... .. II 40' Arrive.... .... .MacOD..c.Le.\'l' .40 41& .IJ.. .... before.. ,One rust indeed go 1
4 TA I' x ti I' II" A X Leave ;...... .Macon....'... .Arrh'l' 4 $1 P. tO A .x 11100 A. xi away from. home to learn the news.
6 SB 1 45 p x Arrive Cordele..Leavr: 3 *0 t .
i 640, 300 A 1 : ..s.,:::::::::: Tifton ::::::: ;;,.,...:. Icu, I g.. : 25 It is said to be ah exact copy ,of, an :: MallorySteamsbiD ne
o IO .40 533, ......i .._. ..Yaldoeta .... ..... ..,..... 1107 A f05 2 PII: 6 \
.....,.... 640 666 I ....! ................J.sper. ,.....n..5.,. 100': 9 fit .L ..... amended return of\nulla bona recently (

::::.::.: 615 r 16 :H'' I..:; : { ::::::'PALATA.LakeCitg ::::::::::; t.: : I0 t 44 900 L :::tt"j"'u. ::.:: I.inthe. : office |'of .the clerk of the (I N. Y. & T. S. 8. CO.) :

.. _..Arri\'l' .. ... county court of Dade county, Fla. It \ : .
'; 81 rb; 15 A.x Leave 1 t r Jill 6V P JI .t' t

I :: :.C: 6 to 1 12 6'fi m'\ Arrive....... .:::JACKSONVILLE.,.:::Cleave.. .... 11 s AI'' 40 00 .::n i.:::..:: has ,hus become anl.actual court paper I : N.8W' York

t .?..10... :!OAX 4 00 P x Leave... ....?! Ttinn.. .,_...Arrlre R'D / lIp x ...-\,... .. and may be seen by myna Who wishesto !!Key West Fla. "w ;
.I... 900 515. Arrlve..hnTZGER.At.D..Lean 1oJ A II 800 ....1/.1M ..... examine tbe public, ( (!,,records. The R
1'i'P 11 1.2 63 Pt l.eave..11108ta.. ....Arrive . .... 63 40'.4 X '
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49 + .1, Arrive .., '.Lean 5 3 : sheriff is i f aid to have,called) to,his assistance The magnificent steamers of.tbis line are appointed to leave,
U OO 1. it :' ::j1::: .... ..:.} ,..TBO t WV w'::. :...... :7: :::: : 24 3 a Qe ; locally

1 1. '0 ....+.. 11'1() A at 1L 10 P II: Leave.4.., ..,...I'.I k..Arrl1't' .504 n 4 56 ,." .. .. I .young rgilrnow Key West Every
,_' .;':,'':' 140 PK; a 80 11 Arrive."... ..Seof Td.... .....}.e.Vl' 18 100 .. roo.. known as "The Everglades Poet.yReturn Saturday
..... .. 1001 356 .. .;;... ... .... .rtabdo........'._..;.. I 1.05 1.13)1.."f 1-0... '
1. : a 0s '100' ._;:.......... ..r"trE'llInd..... ... .'" ...,. 930 Px 10 43 '.: :. :t.... in this caSe I had thought\.'a well arriving in NEW YORK. following Tuesday.strictly Service and accommodations
.' l ......1.. 6 c.) I 800 ..... .. .... ....TAKl'A...... +: ..,. ... I to 8 till .. .. 1 1. ended\ .'
first I&88.
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........ IOTA t-a .... .. .. L .:P at ......j: .Arl1vc ....- ... 4 I'>.j P r .,." .., But I am advised it is'Better\ mendeds J n
...... 1248 r X ., :. .: Arrire..r. 1' Orhtomt.Leave .: s 'l5... y.. .. VL P'O iT
.' .. .". 130 ,.. ... + \-f.. R04"ldedl"e.o, \- .. ..t..... on. I! 07 .t., -t. bo'novf{ a return that will Slte:1': .the whole truth From Brunswick- c..to Hew YorkPASSENGER .
..-i". 8 10 ..M,. ,, -4- :"'-et hIm Beach.,.'r'.... .. '-n... ..: 7 U. II ..{I .M.. .. offered in lieu of the'other;forsooth RUYAii 4 -
# ....,1..1105 -1' ''' .y. u.Ui......., ."...... KIAXt.,.............. ....... .., boo, ",...F... This darned execution: iSe! trfor.. to, leyy -T---: ."i '-' ; "

Against the defendant wiio raft himself Aiken SERVICE_ ; \i.
... inn.Operau'8', Pullman Buffett SI Per..the..reir round between. Jactsonv> le.Fla, ,and Nash t11F, I'tegone for trim good and come. .down on him Via Feniandina (F. C. & P. RrO and Comber' VU'Everett and Southern, Railway.Lr : .
Tifton
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via Trains I II
f: on N05a and 4. \ .
i I Operate Loral Sleepers tbe Teat round- between' Palftks'Fla.; and X 'Ga.. via 0.rI is.& treaty, that[ \ Jacksonville, 'land Route : ....... ...... .......'...I..8 IS a m" Jacksonville.. .........*.........'.....4 00 pm
F.|dire tonTralnsNoii.3 I But find he's no goods can ever be taken.
and L' .. .. .... .... ...
} \ Lv. Fernanrtin;; .1 30 P m .... ......... .... .
rest Tiftbn'l The other defendant has aUed much""Wilder Ar. : ; '.... .. 'H...... .. ...' .5 80 pm'Lv. EverettJ-.A - : .x40.p.m
Line to .Fitzgerald (Soldiers. Colon If.on.via. Suspicions I hate;if I put it some milder, BniDwUkDaily except Sunday.Paxeengera \. Ar. Bran wlck.\.._..._......? 30 P 111. '
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,, i !\ NASHVILLE' .EXPOSITION, j jj \ For though he had lands and many a chattel allowed on board" .for sapper on',Thursdays. \ t

-I j I Round Trip Tickets now wn sale at following very low rates... &: From &X. And fqughtto a finish .an oft losing,battle,. } PROPOSED SAILINGS : ,
Ten Limit. .. ,. ... . LT. New York,pier 21 E R.. 130 mj Time < ': : LT Brunswick
and p Standard
.100f Day Tuesdays Thursdays .t..t.\ ..*1I0O.i128t'( This Abner M.Wilder,the other defendant. )
.Twenty,,Day Limit T----------- ,.. '; -' .,L, T: . ...., ,. 19 25. ...... . 17 60 Friday Sept . ... .. .... ...,..,.1./n{ RIO GRANDE: ... ... ...... .Trlday ifept. 10
Ocober61st.Umit. L .y ... .... .,,, .. ._ :;:., . .. . .. . ., ,.,.. Upon hUla wyer 3 deep shrewdness dependent. Friday Sept..10. . . ........ .. . . ... .. .. COLORADO :.. . .:_....".0& .. Friday Sept. 1?
1 The Scenic Route.. :,The historical Battlefields" .H. Bonte ': : : :'; : 2..1' Tr.1Dsletrt"tl'bls, estate.alt away Friday Sept.17 . . .. ... ....,... .. .r. . RIO GRANDE, .. ....... !",Frlday.Sept.24:
I.|Full formation, sleeping car reservations, etc,era be obtaineq promptly by' 9o I find in making my levy to-day, *' Fridaysept.21,, . .......,.. ... . .... .. . .COLORADO ..... ... .... FridayOetr 1 4
or. alling upon : maps. .g., Friday, Oct. 1..J: .. . ...... ... . ...., I lr-BIO GRANDE: .. ........:: ...Friday, Get. S'
\ita Ue,too. has no goods,I can take. J L
t 1f. :. HUGH- H.. RICHARDSON, Gen., Apt ,I This story I file of sorrowful de 'It. THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, : R. W. SOUTHWICX; .
y 1 ,: \ ':: .. Hogan SL,J ekaOD'f'llle.Fla. this return is sufficiently \ '
; And hope ,explicit. Miami Florida. Agt. Mallory Line Key Wes FJ '\
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J. LANEk. ;"l, ;-', ,: .: ./ "'G. ,MACDONALD, r.t r\ July[signed 6.,1897., .'*. R. CalLUs' WO)1TH' CHAS.I DAVIES, Agent, .I ; C. H. MALLORY & CO. '\

!j')" .t\ 'Otal Soperinaadat.' Ii '. .' '. '. \'., ,1.-.: ' \ Geae1FwengerAgea' ' ;1 -\I.' Sheriff,Dade County.. Jacksonville, Fla. \'Gen AgtPier 20 E. R., New York

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8 THE MIAMI METROPOLIS;; SEPT.. 3, 1897.



Plows " l'i i Oil Gas I 1.
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i1 I \ \I FRUIT JARS ,


rHarrows: \ "r'I and :

I Pints 60 cents dozen. : \ .
, 'and'' \ per WoodStoves.. :
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!r Quarts, ' 65 "H: I j "


t;: Cultivators, I' TWP Quarts, 85 .. : ,

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r \ Watson's ,Hardware: 'Store.. ';'./ (


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.. ddltional'jiaml'iUnce' \ ;I Trees\ Grape'Tahiti Fruit Limes, Persian Genoa and and 'Walter W Pickford IJC" ".

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j Doii't forget th\ candy pUll, I I Lislion Demons' Dancy, \
k\ Ilouse-keepers'clubijouse' next \ t
!!- day' ,night.1. It uilPbe an (j I) Tangerine, Hart's Tardiff, "Yellow Pine ,andCypress '
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wn
tfavel r ,
"aff Admission ) ] Jaffa ,
; : ir.,1,) only n cents. Washington, . I >
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' the ladies in-the good work. H '. f I j_
:! 'NN Jaffa Blood, Ruby Blood, \ ; .' ''F
; t'b steamer Biscayne I and Parson Brown Oranges -
;,. : Bravo,t arrived from Miami, Jast \ '
t. ', ht.. and passen e I Japan Plums- and VLUMI3ERSpecial > .
1 brought the United States mails ,
pes, Texas Umbrella, ,Australiank ,

the There flr&t were trip 18 bags of ,the which new took s.ch of ,ornamental flowers and ,shrub} to sizes sawed to order; Also, Frnit and Vegetable Crates. Let/me quote. '
prices before Y.OUo01.; 4. trial order solicited. ,/ -
al Jiours to 'distribute. It I (and soil. ,JOHN. ,ELLIS, AGENT. '
morning at :5 o'clock for Miami \ N ::MIAMI: FL.A. aOg" .tf.It COCOANUT GROVE FLA.

: passengers; : 14 of,whom were the ---: .__ __
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',{ of the |N"or\segian ship Matil A:1: '
go to,X'W York to the consul church next, Candy Pall of House.keeper Club. Ii: :: STURGIS, : -

; Key West Equator-Democrat. I The member' !* oft -House-keepers' 12th Street, .

Mrs.-lW. C-I>. McKae, of .>r Julia land D.interests Tuttle. club fashioned are1 going candy to pull have and a it regular.good time'old Miani 1 .Salml ei f'yaml llat'nessShop; Passenger Near De 7i'I

: r Georgia, who has been '
) is_expected. The admission will. only
published bj .. ,
j
month this Fine Harness Work a specialty .
city visiting
lie 10c, so come :down to the Grove. "
: H not correct :. All repairing;: Neatly Done *
Lummu' will return to her truth is, she has and /bring your best girl. Thursday .. r
Ids ; 3OI1prll7-11-bf' Sept for,Price List for New WorkN
morrow. Julia all the lots she evening the 9th inst, at seven o'clock "-'
sister wf our Jolly contractor, .
'; at the club house., I I
) Avenue" E and
GEORGE B. BARKER. .
HcCrimniou who accompanied .
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She still hobs / 1 i' >
+ Jy McRae while, has Mere enjoyed'that sile.herself has 80) rest I of A>e- / '' New po to ic s",. W tchn aker and Jewelers '

had any idea, The postoftfce, at Modelo, named \ "
the persuasion'of' her many I it Fort Dal/ Dania, is'now, in fir t-class running or- PcsTOFFica BUILDING, MIAMI,FLA. '
will not. to-morrow, I ,
return
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Obntinueio Miami embraces a tract der. J. P. PauUeii makes a most courteous Repairing prompt.ly..aptl (carefully attended)o. All work guaranteed.NovBtfif .
: presence brighten-fieweeks I longer.z ,; the Hotel ; and efficient postmaster. One of ,A full 1 ne',of spectacles and eye, ,glaaaea always on hand

"IJII, .M"" ''' a number of very :..his patrons tells) us that if any letter
l' I
J. "\JOfiluion o"f= ey West Avenue\ D, be4 should not be called for within 43

'. .rteveral days34,thq J f&,thi8. the r ver. I I hours after its arrival' ,the very con- CORELJUSLivery ._.._
was registered_ !'. 1l.el sciencious postmaster travels all, over
.>a, is'engage, :fi6be-ggss i nryi l of Miami i are the settlement to find the,,party for
E.'A. Waddelbjsyj partner.. the org niza-, whom it ,is intended. Of course I he and Sale Stable
Johnson In hiS West They met Tues- -
;heyt: cannot be expected to do this indefinitely
merit. Mr.Jonnsgtf Jalito,owns >lson's furniture ',but he seems willing to do so ,
Y term with 'MJjNd 'hi'w" are I vry prom- until his postofflce I Win good running I
Addition Jusf3sorth of the or fourteen order and until he makes the acquainance .llth street ,near Avenue D, _Miami. q

-; Joffii on cafi5efaere consult .the/+charter roll, ; of all of his p:itron*. Horaefl and Mutes to let and for sale.' ,

partner .anjfinspect the real for;{ I leader. Mr.:., A new po! tofti I which tbfjfcwn: Jointly, and ' years, expert t at, Halland, called Hallan-

'... '"not: ,least, to take I a look at our ,Mr.land' Idner i i4 with is the then, I dale master with,. J. :'L.\ Halland" as post- Carriage Teams, .. Buggy Tr I/ Work Teams I

1. 44: W. A. Bawls of Tallahassee Mr. >I oran sec \ . ' 30npr97-ly-gs ,I" I I'D
: .v Chemist, was in the city : Wef hope .the 'c .
He came for the purpose of' young men the 1'\1'I.\ I. Franklin C. Bash ,, '/l Near' Brady''I /
ic8go, who* has been.stoppingat
samples of fertilizers for an ) deserve and that .
law i the Jlo"terMiami for the past two / ,' /l' Grocery
der the present a tax of 25 y equipped I 'I ,
: weeks, informs, us that work has already
is '
ton ,
<.. imposed onevery ton I ,
izer i in ir. been started on his v house.whicl! .StreetNOW
:, 9ld ] the State. ) U1'll'12th
) | J'I: was made very is, being constructed on the lot he pur-i! I .
also a 'very prominenV I \ I
tician.." He was chairman of night; by the ar- phased\ south'of'' Cocoanut Grove,1 justnorth .
ocratic State<< oentrai Caicago. The of the property of Captain J.-J. I : -"

ing, the last campaign. lieu s : of.Mrs. Dr. S* Haden. C OPEN
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'i pleasant gentleman and has pleasant lady, I .Mr. Bush is'a professional: pianist ,

.' swarm/ friends througl out.the / Miss' Fae i Fow- and L being a young man, does not- uf'ffef. Res' :t't"aUF''an"\ 't'G it' home-table board by tbe
/ A. r wler.' from ,that 'cranky or crotchety :: week or month.. '
W. L.Joyner the efficient pleasant,i\people+iql 81tywith! which! many professional \ i and service lin-
/f at Adam Corel 1's livery ;' Doctor jis over- musicians are afflefted, which, qualitiesare : ,' Prices Moderate. '
i leaves on ,the excursion, As an evidence usually looked upon in a 'charitable .
\ : B. DOItT: N/CI.A.TwfT,
'I visit his parents at M rje. // '', fellowship1, he way as the "eccentricities"" of_ gen- 3apr87-tf.i I .tdQEO. '
tbe first.vacaion he has Gad si Ne laof Chas. II. !iU,. What we mean to (say w that "

k:! ti ing to,Miami:,about a year. .ago. moaning and I )took 'Mi Bush, when asked to delight a few '
1' acareful, ,obliging and cotlrteo of fri ${ on.a'l' I n'ds by,hitting the piano in Fredk. S.; Morse -
:' er:and has earned riot only. : ./; In addition to/'. thtIiotel Miami casino with'"his 'marvellous ..

; 'will of the community but ;' ilY, the following, ,. ,skill, ,.he,1bes_not contract his '
T t. dence- '.and esteem of bis ... //.the trip):, A. II. brpw i'and fee.-e. t them with a look, of REAL ESTATEMiami

{ The METROPOLIS trusts be may : 1. A. Rawls A. P contempt and, rad4refu3al.c! as so many / .
:
f :most enjoyable;time,and tell, 1 ,, and, E C. F. star musicianaarg want to ,do undersin''lar i i '
i : ple' all about marvelous : enjoyed tl etripjolly1 ''', ,, r which be Is so well pleased. / I the Doctor }y he has, been extremely agreeable ,

We;call special$ attention to tl ., I and\ kind in this connection and has '

{ display.advertisement! of John firm of M I ,given his friends j'several\ impromptutreats FOR' LANDS, OF *----q'1 / '
.f 't Miami. .'}fr. Ellis has" develo'..'.! and is alwajs willing, : '''toobtife.n .
"t [large;' nursery' on the bank, J has and a contra His, conduct is ,truly: appreciated ,Florida East Coast Railway Co.' \ > '
a co
lamll He knows just what l : in-the DOlj and it is unnecessary to say Florida: Coast Lin "'Canal and Trans. Co.,
re,needed'and suitable In':this that!he is making many warm friends
e has a vast number,of ,n I ur readers office;a,no ple 'who will not offers fail to ip{I show future their when appreciation opportunity -- 1-17-al. Boston apd FloridaAth, tic Coast Land. Co.

emon, grapefruit and ; of local pat of his kindness and give evidence -
Uo 'a' variety off\ of the esteem In which they hold
: speak as they d6
him friend.
as a '
on inspect the PU11It'UflEI
can trees / !
Tj + pleasant call.* Mid Busb, is not) only; a,, splendid
and know just'what '
.ng you ; is this'way. \ Mr]+ pian -t. but a gentleman in_ every
r? ing when you deal//. with .1 + : sant'\fellow any- sense\of the word, and his location at
... e commend him to,'our out Cocoanut Grove is.'dec. ded acquisi
'\: 1m trial'order':and we i 1i be paid'u pulled! for a tion.southwest. ', .... f Cheap! !Cheap.Cheap! ![
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valuefor; ted ,
01 ,tn get full your pri .
had
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'i, ; t r we \, Notice for Publication.LA _, . 4 1
Thae |i
.1 great,water;; tower, or: ? and,mad ar : '
_J An ? 1D FFlctAT; GAtE9v I } Furniture < Come and
Dot omplete ? orn men ; the MEJKOPOLI: 1: August LL"SJA..t, seI.somf on easy payments. ,
.
ing has been placed, ground, #Jts in North Caro ins; + .
e and jthe .entire; 'stracturef : : ,1 his own address. named, OtlCft 1t1.: .hereby has tiled glven1 notice that Of this hf,Intention folIo ng.tomake'flbal I t: \ N_ see me in the ,new; ..store on,: .. r IJ i :

\ p Inked. lilt a huge_ pe period Henci proof 1n supWti: 0 his claim,and ': 12tli "Street..t ,A
tube]'130 feet'long and 20teet + "a very pleasan tha1:'sad proof' will ,be made before W. u : ...
V 8: 'omID1 'at r '" '
Feather ( Miami
ter;!and is a'landmark: w see, the state\ 'Ilontr "
Fla..on Jltember 27,1397 11z: amen 1.Bubel EDWIN, NELSONIr ;
:ceen, :verb plainfy IItom Gape or any otbei of Lemo City, na.,. bomt-'tead .22s5s, for the ,
"'. :te miles away, a \'bSl ; Mrs. So-andrsb one-fourth,of Section.. 35, :Township
.,.,.pa, siug/down the coast.,' It]; I at our sanctum .1f 52. Soutb\\ Range 41,East.He I "' I ,,
names the-following/ witnesses(o prove his : : : :
as iaj r first-class .iR' t us ten,you can'setm ntiniioli9 residence. upon abd-! cultivation I t.r I'gz ,
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tr the top ofthe'tower' is ., '
bas
: | paid said Jan ?.ytz: I .
nd%but it:takes a pretty .. The :MrreoV-j- Eugene Lee,of Lemon City,FlaEdward Distilled Water, : Orders Promptly Filled
'to limb np the ladder'and, ; ,few \ willing to receive' J.Douthit Lemon C tjr,\Fla."RobertjsL .. \ : _

'.don' + from.its top without a v ; several hundreds bf, II Stephen N.,Douthit Anarchs,of,of Lemon Lemon City C1,1F1a.Fla. ,.' (, !., Miami, l Ice Co., S. N., Gladwin' Mang'r.tIaor ,. .

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