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 24, 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: VID00576
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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1: VOL. 3_-l NO.. 20, :' \ .- MtAm-: DADE: CqUNTy/I i'OR D ( :: eLrtitnda, :)FRIDAY, ,SEPTEMBER' 24. 1897. ;, PRICE '5. CENTS, -

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'1 We are always gla\ to receive reports 'Comeand see my"new styles in/hats, : The usual sen ice- will be held atthe Ride o'nJ of the Miami Cycle Co/s cas on the pianoVvocakjjelections by )r

of anil society erenirchurc or lodge ties,b Siery, egligte shirts* collars, Catholic rhur h' next Sunday wheels. They are p rrectio'n.; Mrs.J. B. Reilly, Mrs -JT. M.Grahamnd t
meetings, celebrations, cuffs, etc.-i Trfey are "beaut' Jake o'clock Mrs. C. :M. Gardner instrumental c
i. anniversaries. \morning at < and in the after- About 6:6o; Sunday eveningas'*Dfck" ;
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banquets etc. Suci events are fre- Schneidman. }iept172tThe'Brickells ,I noon at ,4 o'clock-st ndard time. Faber w a't| riding rapidlysouth on election-by, ,Miss Lulu' DeBegorry; .
: nature'andtheatlenJance vocal selections Contee. and
i quenlty bra private : ,
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removing the large Avenue D a cent wheel pwnedby
are .J. A. McDonald mdde qn rJ'
Itmtfed to members only, a flying trip the : ( 1 Prof. t '
I. or of rock from the 8outh'de\ of the S. A. Baker, he : ran into "Dixie" Hargrbye
pile
to Palm Beach last Vedllt> "Doc" \ '
1", invited guts,..: Hence the METROPOLIS Sday. We .' Iso rendered, on Ibe-Tiolin, x
mouth of the river,, apidly. Culverhouse and knocked his wheel
j, representative is not always able to report \'ery/ Thej fresh saw him during thele 'eniiig on his re- him. and responded*to an encore. :; "i-- r'
are also giving the a from under AslMr. Faber drew
warehouse "
t and he hat the
urn mosquittoes'were
such'occutrences.r If secretary reported We will not attemptjto\ describe each
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of .t. near the'pbstoffice Mr, ,Culverhouse
of such meetings or'any other person coat pau something terrifli, on the 1 number on the program, in detail, but,
mounted wheel owned ,Oscar
;will furnish us with a I report:it vcillbe Dr, J. M. Jackson,Jrf has had about way down, lIe cans in on the mixed a little+ by will simply say, that the whole thing .t
Tucker
and the
} appreciated not only by us but 'will,be thirty cocoanut''trees set out jabout\ his train and it slopped r quentl enoughand curb, then turned rode a to in way the, near 1 woe well carried: ,out and heartily_ en'r. .
read with interest by our local, sub- home on.th corner of Avenue B and' long enough at'various stations to go opposite I oyed by all present. r- "
1 direction .when Fabe struck his wheel .
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';::1 acv there. 12th street; which will add materially to allow the !mosquitoes] ample' \Rime to amidships flattened the lower section 'I.' Dancing continued for several hours ri.!, rand
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their ,bills.
the ppearanc' of 'his already: beautiful present I almost everyone joined in the Virginia '
of the diamond just 'n front, of the
; i home. | Ride of The Mi mi Reel as a finale. .
| : one Cycle o crank shaft,and completely demolished I "
1W1 l NCUEAT r and'see '? wheels. We see no reason why these} enjoy- i
: Call my nets line of #tents, \ the rear wheel. The Century was zotinjured able do "
ladies' and/children's shoes ateta/tling' If you want to run,for! any municipal fBoth acrobats picked, themselves i gatherings' not occur more fre-' :

1- prices. Jake Schneidmau. sep-17-2t ()llice remember that it is necessary to up none the worse for their display I quently. 4 : '

Many'' Minor ;Miscellaneous Miami Matters! Mrs......G. U.iBuell, wife of the night receive the nomiiiatioiilof. some caucus, of physical! ,prowess. Take a tandem ride these" cool nights. .
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operator at this place for the 1, railway meeting, assembly of citizens! and Rent a'tandem of The Miami#,, CycleCo. 'The Miami Cycle Co. + t
; Modestly Mentioned. company, arrivedlast night. It'is,the fiejcertificate')+ that you have been so .
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intention of Mr. and''Mrs. .Buell. to nominated ,with the'city council i on or : ,Real Estate Transfersr
1\ : '- housekeeping in ,the McKenzie goo before October 5th, or; file a petition Dressed in the fantastic costumes of The following conveyances of property J
French 15c 2 for 25c at Gau- ; signed at least 23 duly the Orie.ntal H. ''M. Flakier Council in
sardines, building Avenue, D, just north of by qualified ,1 South Dade have been filed in .> ,
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tier's.| ,I" sep3-tf: ': Gautier's grocery.. city elector rt>requesting hat j'out' name No. 1, Order of Orientals, will give a the county'clerk's office since our'last, .... ;
be,! the official ballot. parade headed by the newly-organized report: ,
l c -Th ;"Duke;of Dade" wasin the city On '' \ number Miami hand oil
:Tuesdayj night of gentlemen cornet the second Mon- Gonzalez and wife to SL.Patterr
)on't bicjclel
'1 '. on Tuesday "; \4 met at'\,the law office of Scott & T sell Flep' away for a We day evening of next4 month at\ 8:30. on ;'three lots in North'Miami,;"con* ;
here.
p N: Bryan returned from New Broome for.the pnrpose of, taking preliminary can aiul you\cheaper The Miami\ Prices $20 This will be the first 'parade ever held sideration $130. '.
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:Smyrna on Wednesday.. / steps toward the organization I up. h j.Cycle I in Miami. Every 'member of thel or., J. C. Ri e..Jndwife to F. Jerkins;

drove' of an Odd Fellows' lodge in ;thU' city Rev. James O. IJtlnh gton. ofl\ New *aiiizationv requested' to secure a 40 acres west of Cocoanut Grovel con-, '
-i Joseph Jennings Cocoanut" ,his[ ,i eapicted'that' about' twenty will York, Superior} of tjie( Brotherhood of suit and turn! out on that evening sideration $600.x v "
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'Tras in the city :Tuesday., be enrolled, as shartgrmembers.TrylBodey'sI : .j) the; Order of {he Holy1\ Cross in the Members requested to meet at the Wm. F. Hardee to Jesse :Minor 10,

Salted mackerel ,lOc,. at T/ .'Gauier'a. drug store in Hotel United, States, has written: C. M. Mill- lodge} room for'preliminary\ drill; at 7 acres in W. Fi; Uardce's sub-divisiou I

., .' sep3tf Miami\'fomanything you: want i in his burn and C. H.Garthside! that, heL) will o'clock sharp., ISuits can be proCuredat near Cocoanut' Grove; consideration

.Mamie M.":May, daughter' of R. C. line., \ \\ Sepl02t. arrive in Mi mi about October 6th totake'charge Goodrich & Bryan's. Launches $50. '" f
\ of the Epi'opal church will probably accommodate those from 'Dock and .
from Tues Howelis wife to Wm. A.\
May, arrjved' Rockledged on
j : Mrs.iA.\' L KnoWlton/ accompaniedt work. lie will '\ Lemon and Cocoanut, Grove! ,
s [ day. l 'f'/! / probably'the accompanied City who Filer; two acres west'of Lemon City; t x
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register1\ t V,her,, son Warren," i\who has] been ,by two brothers of Hie order j one may 'wish to come hereto ;witness, the consideration $A0.' r
Be sure' and on the city spending a ,fevy months at Valdosta, of.whom may 'remain hereafter Father. coming event of the.season," for such Wm. A. Filer.and'.wife:. to Ralph r
m ., I books on or before) next Thursday eve- '3a. to derive I benefit o.hili It will ,
hoping ( Huntington departs. \ surely 1Mt (Jleare; five acres west of Lemon City;

jning. ? health, Arrived home Saturday "night. Wheels: trued for25c'flnd' We have the : stock of bicycles consideration $50.' ,
upwards. 'arget '
Lionel 11. Church of Savannah, .Ga., Warren says the climate of Miami* is Forks reset and up re-l'nam on the East Coast. Prices' are right. S. L. Patterson to-Katie Gonzalez; f y .

ras at the, Hoterlfa i on Monday and good[ .:enoughi for bim.May') he livelong up. i' ; The,Miami Cycle. Cash or: '{easy payments. The Miami three lots in-North Miami; considera- '

Tuesday. and enjoy, it., \ 1 tion $150. '
Cycle!
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Pistols repaired and cleaned from 25 : :, ',neatly furnished (room Frank Idner1, the jeweler and, optic- Benjamin Curry to'DOek'fBowels' ;

ents up. 'The,Miami Cycle Co. in hvan1d.-A! without boardl;: Ad- fan, has been \amusing the Mianiites More New fiye' acres'west of Lemon Cjty; consideration -' f '

Year Round-lMeTao- the past week ,by ftyillg'novel, ] kite Cottages. $50. 3
The paving of?Palm avenue from th'eoyal POLIS. office. -, madeJn the shape,of'' twos\ pen boxes, Joseph A. )McDonald hu received Geo. M..Robbins and'wifeito' Wesley "?
17-sep-tf
Palm'to, 12th: street is nearly l' one at t'ach.elf 'of, and binding authority from Mr. Flagler to 'proceed M\ + Feat .eriy- J .on:E wan tonHeights

ompleted;, 'i t' E. A.Waddell: :our hustling real: estate er, four parallel sticks. ,On toge1h- with the erection1 of three or four more ; "onslderabonlt400r\;, *.

\ The GoVernori! has appointed Chas.E agent expects,to heave for New York he added beauty to'the nov Ity' ('oUaIP?.' This (id1' in response to :''a Henry JL Perriue et al to John Petit. y

; r .Garthside of 'Miami as notary publlio tomorrow: a business; irip.' He)will kite by fastening a U. S. Hag to the report from Mr. McDonald to his chief 40 acres on Perrine grant. ii V
of the state at '* be absen about a month. If we mistake string a few feet below the, kite and hat'several responsible 'citizens were- State of Florida to Joseph C. Hill;

i, large. .. '* \ n !! his": makeup, he. intends tq sending it up i in, the air from ,in front' anxious to lease ck\ >ttages. Work upon 40 acres about six. miles north"of Lemon

\the/ 'dity registration books close work in "little' pleasure1as| we l. He of his store on I Avenue, D,| pear, 14th this{ I.atest'order \will btt','begun very City. : \ ,

,riext/Thursday,, the\'30th inst. Have way ibusyjyesterday\ \ closing up a street.) 'oon.( ;: Col. Worley, our,new' lawyer! '''I Joseph C. Hill to Sarah :M.| Hill; 40 '

u registered? lilf not, why not? couple of\trades: be had on hand before, : bas engaged one Of the cottages 'andwill I acres north of Lemon, City; consideration
IT Have you'evWjtried' he. left. : { H\ l I' We can bakelthe bicycle l Nl1aJ'.tonew' move his family to Miami as soon $100.Fort \; \ _
\ those 5c smoke
: I .. We ename on. Call "r "
:Baker { as it is ready. \ Dallas lAnd '
s they. keep $Boney'sdrug' store. See' and \i{save money before and sea; ut. ;: 'he Miami 'Cycle Co. \; I Company to' James, ;
R.",Abrams. lot one of block 19 north '
: 1 \\., \ ; ,
r plOtff. wheels '
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oLCogoauut buyingew'amidlsecoud-hand His Honor Mayor /.John 1 B. Reilly; 1 line of 'b crple 'sundries at The City of Miami; consideration $93.75.,
j ; .
amuel Rhodes \ \ t-:t 4 Miami .
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Grove | Co.'s I V
Cycle 1 ,
has' called a specia!\ ) meeting of,, the i 1 I .F
fV d(ned with Mr. and Mrs.'A.E.!\ Kings- Ajlargetorc\ of v'orkmen I '
i is rapidly council'to, be held this afternoon to ap-: Have You Registered? )
I Ie I r: u the Hotel Miami. Mast V Wednes-- pushing"th' wdrk on' the new terminal, prove of a contract for build ng a public Miami a,Third-Class; Postoffice. If not,'why not? The city registration ',

dV'' I'' >, dock cpmpretion. By to-morrow' School for th colored which. was Owing to. the immense I amount of books are now open and the city

fpeo. P. Keys ofl Qiiincy atid.D. R. evening'the first 1 12x12'* crossbeams awarded to F. \V>' Hahn; also for the; mail matter' passin through the rMiaml clerk is in attendance, in the council

:. Keys of Wewahitchka', Fla., friends of, making 71-foot;'wide foundation will, purposeof\! reviewing and lualizing I postoftlce, and Importance of this chamber over the city jail every evening -

E.|;L.' White, were Jtheeity{ this// be in position, and next week the workof the assessihentrof citj i property as made;! cily as a mail distributing 'point, the. from 4 to o'clock.. He will have ,

Of;, -w eek: I ,D1 laying] the beauts' at' right 1 angleswith by J. MJ Graham, city ,assessor; also postal authorities have raised itgrade the books'open all day on Sept. 90, the,
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t 1 lrs. R. W.\|Boyer opened her house>> those now down will be'conk to issue a W 'rrmtt.o, i). W. Merritt for to the' third class thus making the' date on which tliey iclose. All':voters or. -,

last': Monday to receive. bQarders.;\War .menced... I"" t tTake ., ,second'(tallnient due' hm under MJstmastership a presidential appoint- ,are thus given' a chance; to-register .

informed ilje is setting a first-class your\ repairs i to Baker Depairs re hiscontrattifor building: ,t public ment. president' McKinley has acted \ ;J.M.GRAHAM, i _

,'table' ,f" ]1'1 \ and ,cleauj wheels at: Idw prices.Tryhlm. school building. promptly in .the matter:,, and.appointed sep-3-24 i i City Clerk Er

Porto Rico slips and ,so-kerr' r'sale : \_,', | 4,' Sepi4-2tj\ .II'e teach'you how to ride perfectly. J. S. 'Varner The for'ihe term of four I Sharpie]Of1 Sale. : .
office wjlltiow'pay much
.t., :from imported stock.. Apply' to, H Tty fine' Miami Cy le.Co. years. a v "
,Townley Brotners received a letter better salary and enable }Ir., Warnerto Length 30 feet, 8 feet beam, good k

Prifce Williams! ; MiamifRiver.t:\ aug6-tf this weekJfromNt hei brother *,'Nick," J.E.Ar lout,the et ran hoo mover: ; employ such,nddiltional help as may cabin.: Apply "to H. Price Williams, ,

: );-1 i sGraham. leaves'here tomorrowmocnlng : who' writes that Gets, much \better. and of the State, who does the work so skillfully be necessary to'give us a first-class service 'liami, River.. '..Sep17tfI : '

: to spend.Sunday with his familyjitTitusviIie. = i&Stlll improving. -In_ his 'usual happygolucky that there is never a hre k in the in every respect.,, The 'office wilt I C. Wanted z'

-V \ He. 'will return Monday style he' says: "Thekdootors \ .' plaster' or-a. .clock stopped, W ..tie.the low command a salary of about,11,400;
1 I night i .- 1\' I first gave, me edme, 'quinine) andfollowed'it moving is going on,',i? superintending a'year, $500 clerk hire and rent. 'Boarders 'at Mrs. ,R. W. Boyer's,
V \by 'doses pi castor oil. j, a force of men engaged; in moving the In less than ,twenty* months, the south side o( 13th street,, second door;
\ ,The big dredge has made good pro- thought-my time had come,they mademe large residence formerly' occupied:,by Miami postoffice has advanced from an east Avenue, C. Rates.reasonable*

\ gres this week. It] is iworking night eo ickr'1 I] 1\ -1 J.A.\ McDonald as a dwelling; from obscure fourth-class k office handling a -
Citrus and Other SimFTropicalTreesPlants
and and has channel -
i\ pay dredged aj to lam unpacking a. fine line ,ofxneviclothing. the Royal Palm Park to its new' location few:.,dozen pieces: of 'mail matter, a i
point 8th'atreet IFcf i Roses Palms Bamboos .
a opposite ,' etc.
13th street near B. month with mail ;
." Come.and pick out nobby on Avenu4 As a seml.w ekly. by
., > sale cheap-a medium-sized mole suit while the stock is i new ;and -com' soon as the building has' ;orated stage and sail, boat w th Lemon City &8' New Catilogue just issued' mailed ,on
"young, and sound. Apply, tic D.rJL ple e. Jakei'Scbneidtnan.| bep-lf-2 it will be' ''occupied by Dri & ,Mills distributing' point from which the application.* : A. L:HATCH,

Moottey; Miami, Fl8.[ 10-sep-tf Fowler and family, who are stil domiciled mail arrived here 24 Hours after leceipt' sepl7oct5 I City, Point, Fla. .
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it lead the 'article\'Gbod: ,Roads<< Pro at the Hotel Miami.. 'I V there, to a position .among' the 'most 1
you area qualified city elector be ject." The 'promoters! this under- \ important in,the state. Stock of;Drugs, Etc. ,
sure nd.Attend the meeting next Fri- taking'deserve great credit for the energy Wheels l' rented. by the week it' low offices For'sale,cheap;a large, wellselectedstock

s -d day igbt'andtakepartinthenbmina- they b'aexhibi d and the success prices. ''l'he-Uiam: Cjcl"< Co.. .' Don't buy a wheel before you see our of drugs;and druggists' sundries,

t_ion or the various city offices.:; which has atlendea. \ heir efforts. Only tho-persons who are duty.registered stock. Tbe'Hiainn Cjcle Co. stationery' ; toilet articles, books, etc V 1

Geqi G. Cnrrie'late' manager Of the The sum of $823. has already, been subscribed on the city .books will be permitted .. Some' jewelry. No ;charge for good-
DanceIn
The Musicals and
West Palm.Beach office of' Bobbins & and oughtlto| be increasedt| ''to' take" part in the" mee ngtobe will. For particulars address ,

Grahamreporthimselfl in a letter as at, least $1,200.Work. should\be commenced held next Friday: night, October 1st, the Hotel Miami (casino last'Monday !:' seplO-tf DRCQQIST" METROPOLIS Office. -
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having arrived safely.at Paris France with Hands :ilread for the: of nominating c ty of- tiightwas; & phenominal success, f _
purpose
pledged. '- .tht'| i\ \, ficers. It is proper at only lifted and yet the vivacious and' charming Forty Acres of Land,for' Sale. ,
Dot iney will have another big lot Don't qu hould ladies who are at present domiciled at Belonging Dr. Wm.C. Cutler, ad-: '
forget Baker's place. TTw electors who have a right: tovote'
of that'infallible'pile\remedy' in a few .' the Hotel Miami who ,are, responsible joining the property lately purchasedby
chance free be take in the'no
hour's ride We. \>n allowed to part ina-
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days.iVr j for the affair were only, inspired by Dr. between CocoanutGroveand
[ V SepSOtfDr. ; Boggs,
50 wheel. 1 I Sep24-2t tions. There'' will 'no'bjecti >n' tany'citizC'n
| _,. Or: \ of 'the musicale .
\ j who the happythougbt giving Cutler. Puce $1,200. Apply to.. ,
Brainard
Eugene and'Robert J.Mathers attending may'esire <
I error of thl:4 ,
the FCZZAED
Wi pi and dance on.tbe morning WM.
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R..llarp'eyi ;
of Eau Gallic came down Wednesday $o do so/unless the capacity of tht hal. '
and partner of Chase &! which it occurred. Cutler Florida., '
day'on ;
port junior '' aug27-sep27 ,
and will return 'tbiK morning. : should be insufficient to, accommodate i
Barney insuran e1a cuts left on Nearly one intow'n(
our ; every was pres-
They may invest in property in, this all But a certain space or. section Reliable Seeds.'f o.j
the Wednesday ent with their sistersand'.cousins'andaunts
steamer mght.on.: n. wilt -
Ticiniftl be reserved for the qualified elect
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| \ two weeks' vacation H*,will,spend a and sweethearts and wiles.- The 1 ,am handling A. W; Livingston
there
order that be as ittle
S. S.. urlingame of Ocala willWrive few da?'s'at Key West, (rumor'says noon confusion rs'if\ when may the musicale: ,program consumed, 'about Sops' new crop Seeds antTkeep them in "
possible ballotare '
'in Miami next Tuesday".night and make business) and will 'go from there to beink taken.as ... an hour./As.we recollect it the following t bulk1.' Sold at catalogue ,prices. .Send? t

bis borne herein the future. ,He comes Tampa, Sanford d other points in the is about the program in full: ( for Livingston's! fall catalogue for gardeners -. .

to asap a position' with the MXTKOPi state!\ He expects to'be back to Miami Don't forget to rideThe;, Miami; Cycle Violin solo by Miss Ions Bond of Pa-:* .' "' \ JAMXS: A. PIKI V
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;p mess managu, about,:October 8th, ,:--t x ": Co.'s wheels." "* ," r*,|: ... lAtka,accompanied-by Miss. Lollie' Lut '-\ alS-tf .:Postmaster Cocoanut GroTe,. '
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2' I; 'THE MIAMI MET \OPOLIS' EPT'* 24,, 1897. { \ 1

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I : i.1 Lot 'r, E wan bn Ilrihts! ,three acres, I'i Notice for Publication. I .
Good PublicJRoads.Frni "
.... : ,..... <. < I .J\.. JO '. front, on I mile south or Peacock I F.xe RiShortest -
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LAJtDOrrtCK AT OAIXKSVlLLie. 1 ;
'1 it! '/ ; I ; '.ill' i th J.aKtJo0I1h XC'WI'" nait at Cocoas tt Grove. $300. Very \ August! H, ";,FLA"r'1 ,. yu, : "
A \\ rd alxxit! g<,( d ,public road p. Over 44 10 feet front on county \ !

\t r. professions \i'i rQKO : \Ktiii. Orange and Take count fen havealready road and mall", ,front or the Bayr B'' au- \ Not t-e sealer Is hereby has filed given notleepfJ that: .his the Intention followingnamed to- '.f Lin'Betuen.Flor1 : !
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tifu ltitP south ,
; "rt'i ; building; just ,
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commenced) ti claim anti ti
; nuke Dual proof in support of hU : : '
'j.-IUI lJ. ':' ,J m I II making place uf lion W. Ewan. Apply to \ will be' made before V\. \ I i northern Points ", .
I harvest'" over their,enterprise, juyy2-tf UOBBIS8 & GIUHA that "aald proof t:

!' i. I i good Courtly rpad-. Ihe, papereverj -* Feathery? U. S.. Commissioner at; MlamFla. Everett,, Savannah, :Augusta, Ga., Columbia
\ \ .J i.I ,. .,-on September 27,1897,viz: ;Jarne*''J. Dub Washington,; Baltimore.
I where are glvinjr them the widestpoMble Nice adding site, of tenonClty, Fla.: homesteat,22,85G, for th Philadelphia? New York. .

ALnh \pnblicitj. ., and. it.i in! but natural .. Close to the B 1 front north or A+ ILSimons' southwest one-fourth of' Section'C,,Towhstii5J Boston and the .
nAr.BiROBBINS \\ Kaiw:, !AM
M. \! ,, .
\ 1 I t > hotter elns5.of imiiiiffrR-. pIa south of Cocoanut South Rang 41 East. East

\ i tion should! fek, those! counties, not\ Grovf' t'outainiu 1M acres. Price $300. lie names'the following) witnesses to prove hi 'Everett. Maeoo;. Atlanta Cnsttanooga.. ,

CO.\ 2..18 lf \ 1 OR.UUIJ. continuous! residence upon and cultivation olald Nashville. Loulnville,Cincinnati and Chicago
& GRAHAM ,
s. only .trout .tbeadvantapt"' which good JRoBBtNS la d, viz.Kugeiie -' Everett. Birmingham. Holly Spring MempbU .
Little Rock ? agti
'' I Kansas Cltr St.louts, ChitaKtrer -
\ rinds g-e.| but tbej prefer to hive en- ,candidate I for- City Oftlces.'fh Lee,of.I 'mon City, Fla. ;%IOUJ Cltr. '

: '. terpri-.in*.'1H1hlic."Iiritt'd i people as Edward J.Do+dhlt,ot{emote CityrFU.Uobert ,Junction, Peniaeola. Mobile, New Of .
': ;A-ttorne; : s-at-La'W"- )se' gentle pn who aspire tol bt'elt'ctf leans, Texts. Mexico,California and the Pacli -
\ )neiebbok.,: The railroads\ towns and ,tn city I\ otfice next October S, outhitor UTJM CUFliHStephen i tie Coast. : : _
J 1 l ,FIiRIDA') t K.Andrews, of l mou' City Fla.ainrtQset EFFECTIVE MAY 10 "
5il lail DAnEi COlT TY, : everybody in such countries: i I i 1 '' of'4Iie 3 FTR000LIs 1 We dial) J. M.j BAKCU. Keiciiter.<< Xiw YORK Ex Riga No.38,, Leave Jark onille -, l
; rt-ill 'tree me In all conrtt. State,and FcdolrRlSperial filled, 8. well as tIno'' O? having to' dot'ilhthe : ; ?;IS: ajDi., with Through Pullman Bleep r
cliarge, $ for rh aunoR eementiinatlro farannjb.lViInmhla.. 1YaaWo
UIHJ ton.Bel-
midporfej
examining
t cilltle! ({)
LAud.. Titleif.! : We, t'j hatbe only ('onipljiU' u. 'I I we fo' rtn wing our col, Notice for P blicaiio ., v timbre, Philadelphia New \orkand alt Eastern'points.

abstract txtohlK; coveriuir l>otitl l J>dte umiity, Jn-t Mippox* tint l Patlt' eonntywithher utnnsi from 1 i fort until the election LAND: Orncx AT OAiXExviiu. :,.FLA.'tteember . Connects for! Frrnandioa. :Return
Train xo.n: reaches JackaonTille
S.30
and ClNttlt'Conn"fcilUjrtl\', at 'Juno'"'t+! ,'WII\showing the Sl'YvJ 1'jMiUMJfern. pre:<.. lit superior ir h"prtntioll') fa- occur!(. Conte forword, ';enthm'n; : 13, iW7( > i NEW YOKK f\vt 'MAIL No. 36, Leave p. m.JtekF '

the . AU the eMltitd Abtrtrattaof Tip cililievat: and rail, from end'to and let the pu lie know what y pu Notice! i* ,hereby given that the Jollowlnfrnamed sourllle'7:00 p.m., daily, for same point north.
for.-x.utii U l< county are made, atour "llwoffire want and what y ) have to yeeontmend settler hllll filed notice;,of his Intention U.rries Through Sleepers Jackionlle! to New-

1; 'I '. 1 tt'h* )I I'I end, had a ; ht' t'n.oM. rllIning'ht'r; 3011. attg2O-t# to makeitinal'proot in Rintport of his cUlouand \a. m.VrWCUAU.. Return No. IS:> arHrea Jacknonrille .:10XD

l' ''length. It would add \ttbou-.ands and that said proof will, be made before Jno\ A JACK8QVTILU, No. :38,.Lea-.

r1-' "',LIA\t SCJIITT- i ;ouhox: t. Jmno< iv. thousand* of .dollars t\{\) the value of 11'e are authori ed to ell a six-acre Reilly.. Cnlted States CommUnioner at Miami, JlcklIOoTUle.1W Atlanta Chattanooga p. m.Connect,'via Everett for Louisville,'Uacon,

4 SCOTT & BROOME propertj4ind at the shine time wouldbe lot on the ltay front at Ewanton FIrItI\on: \ October :in" 1W7! vliJohn t> Nashville.St. Louis, Chicago and all Northern :

.!. \ : heights (souther (+rt1oq Cocoanbt Rogers (>* Cocoanut drove Florida,homestead and western point Returning ,train arrives. :
means of P c _
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of benvfit to our.present JnoiiionTiUc8ioa.nl :
I Attorneys-at-.a-.. Grove), itnmedi ely sou, of R. R.IMCOraihck's tiift forthe;, southwest. quarter ot section: 30, AsaavuLg RoeTgThrongb'PollmanSleep-
'.\ \ ;'; NOTARY PUDtlC IN OFFICE transportltiun.) It vvotild be; idle' tom pla for $1' an acre. township M .ol h. range 41 east. | fog tar service for CIuf'IDU.U via S.ysnnah

'lI11IrU'lit*'lw all (uitp and tWeftolleiliiiiM :' Coutts.J .. ,!speculate -tu' 'h'nl .ent enterprise\vcre it,: $peak quick if yo want it. No other H, names the' following( witnesses to prove Columbia, Asheyille, Hot Springs' Knoxville,
U> i hrouirhtbe celebrated Mountain
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of
roMipllnemlrd i'| E Itay front can be ad in his contiguous residence upon.and. cultivatlou Country
ibilida'd at thepres) ,North Carolina. Leave Jacksonville
{ IU-SK B\\ AYn: ,not an \1YI 7-oup.nl.
OFFICK: ; <> ru: or 'lnt only hood for! ss that per are, -5-tf of said land, vU: 1 !Arrive*.Cincinnati 7:*r .. ra, Returning. ...""-.
juue-sf4f i I 1 'ant tinier .00, K:the people! would I John'F4! lIIulon.(\f C'O&ant'nro\'e, Fla. TlvesJaeksonytlle ":10 a.m.

,\ i .l 'I :,' t .,-o will it. On(;boil, Urevard would11ndubtw : .bCheap ild Lands. Adam
JAa.T: $AlUF.flr 1f.F. TIi1S"' :\ Uj build through its territoryalso. I iQHay. Henry J. VV agner. of1, (Coroannt trove| Fla. Bay. leave Jacksonville a.m. 2 dally
'r : . \Ve offer iiO acres itb good front on \ Rj A. 8.Feacoctof Cocoanut
ANDBRS & ATKINSON .\ situated on Key Largo, Dt.ar Pumpkin \2l \ J. M. Riseo, Register. rallahassee, Klver, Jnui-tion, Feasacola, Mo-
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l i
\ ,...:-.. Key, being Jotjl.3\ of Bection 12 and bept'orae \ bile, New,Orleans, an
.
aiii Cuiinselors it law\ ; I About Surviving, Governors, lot lor section 13,' Township, Month. en.California Return and Xo.the l PaclQc arrives Coast at Jacksonville CurieSleep 7.5S* '
i Alto S \ \ I; \ Attachment.
.. '.lack omille 'is the lunjie <(f ail theliving Range 1J( Ehst. Price $18 per We, i Notice of. j a. m. ', :-

1 'tI .\\in. &runsl and 2, }, i ex-! o"t'rnorsof,, Florida, except; Also. lot 4 of 8t'Ct'n 31, and, Iota 1 and In the County Court at'tbe: Mate of FloriUa, in Hawthorne Leave. Jacksonville, Silver 9.45 a. M...'for Starts,

c$ BJwa. BrP'k: nui"III1'{?' . \ 'Harri-on 'Ht'ed. George' F. Hrl'w 2 ,of 6t'C'tionJ2, l'oW1lsh p f 6(1.) South \ aDd for hide County: ., Cedar Key. ,Wild 8prlnc'Oeala.wood, teesbnrg.Gainesville lavare*,

Y 2-t..u h" J \ 1 : MIAMI. FLAB: one and-f: 1*. ].'It'miugEx..nu". rnor 11.f.Mitchel'resiiltwat'i'anpa.l .or Range 37 East 111 acree. \''I'his is d j. E. iJ MMCit<< "I" ''I' Apopka,Orlando. Lacoorhee'i Dade City, Plant
I { peninsula near Maleira Hammock, on : ulK Attachment. City Tampa. :Arrive Jacksonville 4.U p.'m.NasuYflle .

l" '" Robert RJ 1 \ Tayl'- dr, ; the\ two Mra rv'iving! lieute! [ \I\lt.glv'rn-! ( Uneoff! ', the mainland.' : It h IB a mile''of pida i ..b"l1IJt' OKO., U.B.L.UAYVIF Na ,and. j J1[, .t Boute-Throng. PoDmaa Sleepers>>

I J ,,' -' ()> al-o re* des in .Taetysohvill*'-:\ .\. ', t'h and madeira imber. 1'nca$3. pert" To 0'0: BJBlev4w and' II. L. Uaynie, defendantftln VU Everett, Uacon,. Atlanta.. .Chattanooea.

. Attoraep-at i +3zv,' r Tin'' other: is :Mipreme: Courtone acre. : | I above cut I<>d'suit,and alt other' persons 'Leave Jacksonville 7DO p, mor arrive Nash .,
: I j' I lltillr. \ ht Iadt. 2 lH-tf 1 >B INS &, GRAHAM, \ Interested: \ vide 7:00 next p- m.; \ '..
lrwhlJ ,
I. tdge Ma rallies : Leave Na-hville :00 .m.v arrive Jacksonville -
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: I,' 1 1\ f JMUMI ,']-KIOIMDA.'. .. 7ity-Jachsunv,lit' Me,rl'po1iol'. --t---! + \ : YOtl are hereby notilW that a writ of attachwent 8:10 next a. m. \
|I. 1 : : 'I . \ h.1Ji.f'n aud 8:15 a- mLe'-vea' Jacksonville for Brunswick -
I' : Issued not property
Ho For Coe anut Grove. : aw yon you
I t Office oil 11th street, next %x '1;11'P sijrpriHcd than, tlje a'tttteedifttht \ J. E. Uitamus, OT the Cumberland Route Steamer.and _
\ \ Wataon'a Ilnrdware, store. +i the Mctrujmlis, tihoiild diplah >' The fast and 'cjihunodidiis\ launch''Jaimler"'It to satisfy" the demand of Cumberland Souiid. '
I tweiiy4uo
tvu>dollars and 4:00 Loral forEyeretL. Close
sixty m.
} 1.8tti 1 ;1. j \ .l'1\ i igtiornIuo! t bf Floriahistot'y. IVrr \"e's IVacock w barf at Cocoinnt amounting |Ito shall, before the lion for pi Brunswick. Shortest and quickest connee-l
tthitwy *
No' oii appear
., eenu.! (
of Florida's di tingnidlietl exoveriior *
Grove ever morning\ except route.
:: o\\\ \ \ : In slid suit and 'plmd or demur to the e.i
Court
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"i' living 11 1\t'J. o'chx-ki 6DOp. m.- for TallahaMeefnd"Inter
i, A J Simmons, Itl M"IJ\ut., Sunday at 8 i for iliami, arriving Olrtk-'H In
de'l'Ia..atlonfiWtl\ therein at Ihe of lee mediate Arrive Jacksonville 4.13
points
m,
lotl. T.. 1V.ltetbt p. e4
Wt' rt'rt'r\tl\ foot of Avenue 9 o'clock
Wt' o day : at I> at ,
\ \ \ \ IJUIlO.3hJ 1 County and State,on thi KuU' Varln 9-10 p. m.-ror..T.mp. and lutermedlatepoints.
at ; ?,j Attorsioy -,.atnT. aw lIn" judge of;4 the criminal leaving Miami for lCl)4Utlt) Grove at { 1 said Pullman sleeper 'Arrive JactsoavilleT ..
'; Octolier, AJ D. IS97! Wing the 4th day-of -
'I' jl ourt4'1 i. ollll-l Kej' Weit II er- Fare 25 each :35a.m.
10iOa.
: Scents ;
1 ( m. \ warWill
,
I. i j default be entered again you In forCincinnati .
( Through Sleepers \ via Ashe
will\;
.
fiROVF, Jo?r. r months;
!
; OOCOANOf a'd. make special trips, returning to '' .
"l' ', ; and application will be mad o the Title; leave Jacksonville'tOop.m.' .arrivesAabevillel #.
I J \ due course .
: \ I \ How atxl lion: W, if.l. leas.ell\, of Miami in the eveniiig', for accotnmoda-- I winSte :45 p. m.arriyevCinetnnat17:4Oa.m.For .
;
1. Resklerie.. ; 1 ty6pr ; for final Judgment, and your property
Office at \ ; tionofpartiesatye yreasniablerates. court: : I ;, Macon. Atlanta two trains dally., Leave
\ \ i \ i "Eau Gallieol% idian Uivvr! lie is sold to pay the debt. Jacksonville tt.lSa. m. and?;00 p. m. _
I \ ail. \ and if we ,Go down and spenu a daof two' at Dated Uilai 1st day:of July, 1897. '''\, Summer rates to/ excursion points effect
i ex-Hentenanvernor I
GeW I Cocoanut Grove, thti prettiestp ace on ". I' A. Jo'QUIMBY..CALI : I- June tat.Pullman. ' :
I I' : .;1 Allen,1i" recollect, ;ri&hll) wa4 sgpvenuir: of Florida the Ray Spend a day, at the homelikePeacock Clerk of cUnty Court.* Sleepers on all night trllni.
< [" .
I 1 \ II . k" Seod for Best Indexed Township Map ofF
'Attorney i\a't L:re t fur a;fevV, da>'s. "f! '-*, known farand Inn and "eejtbeavenneJDf, \ roy.al :-JAXDItRJIfATKlnox. I Nato. .'A.-a. MCDONNELL, '
1\\ ; palms, clumps of giant bamboos and. \
rUintlff. .
1 r i I \v ide-ov cr thetate, Il. xJov. ernorpleason Attorneys for Inly34oopuNotice | rassenicerAgeat.DW.
'1 .i . KEY Fur, .' \ many other ;Interesting thevicinity I ..
\ : : N S. .
Wr..sf' :
PENN1N3T k7io'ater.
i I
\ tf. .
I \i I '
Conna/State
Will practice tn all the find 1, -, .-H'-_f I-1 >V' of,Attachment i "'_

1: 1 Federal. 11-9-tf. \ of SiKhtli'n \ Court of the ;State of Fior4a In
\ : Tut United\ :-tate l>epartnfc; >t In the County "
A
-f \ ;. Tempting, '
r r .i LT \ ., Ajfrlcultiire IUdwided I that calif tlr Look and,! for Dade County1, MERRITT, ,
We offer lots 1 2 4 k E VGEO. '
BOWIE
y'S FRANK, T. .;. I .
; Mills fi itfoWler: ;' ,M. D.HOMEOPttTHfST. can .be profitably( ;;produced;" Flor .Miami They are sit l\ted on'tbe',south \5. 1 andttacblUt'nt[ .

-+ .,. \ it. 1 4-- p and .lw 'taken:htcps tn procure a (tllant .- nle: of the river Th eilota{ 'comprise a II. .B.L.11AtiN BLKtlN9 1 K. 1T Contractor. ,4 .
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1 f t tits of ;,.eed-4and tree for' fnedi4nbiHtion. | t of land having a (outage of 114 feet i Geo. B. Blet ins and H.U Hayed,defendant \ '. ... '' ,
( fa the river; also] 1W 1 ) feet front on l\ .\ :-, AND-. d .
L J ;; The peopleof iKijle, count) In the. above entitled cause. I ... -
L. and 200 feet 18th street. ;
'- AveL1l r thai attachment ..
jon You hereby notified a writ of .
.of' ; a ,should take a; spe,'ial interest in this We loht these lots last Mar and are \ .1 Builder.
:, i :dffice '\,Srst fl f' life Miami. cheap has been: issued.against jon. and your ::- c' .
T- }. -1 .AugaltfJackson guh. }ect,101' ('al'lphr'trt't's', ( fvpiild, probably otter the'fee for ll.God Will be pleased i property[! to'satisfy :the demand of Frank T. f
t I to show tli&m, at ti tie.218tf \ \
.. do belttr mt'.is! sectfowheretln. \ any. Budge amounting to 191.09. Xow?'unlt'M'ou Give.uSvf chance
; ; \ 1 I' vvarjii, .3, much longer than in Roa; as. & (GRAHAM. shall appear' .,U-tore. the Court in said suit and 4 \:
season #
'. Jas.'M. \ Jr;; declaration filed therein. f to
.. .PJ: State plead otdemurto the *$ figure" n your 'it
ami Its
.t : other .its qf the : growth
i f' p r 0o )io choice pineapple ,Juno, said County and '
i I wiiooi i cayenne, at the, in : 'I I
; Clrrk'.4o06e .
MIAMI.- '!i' _would,' be: far lrs.freo lenuv becked tucker*, 12% a jed up, airborne State, iyin October I* 7.being 1-tf-ts- building. x .
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:( f: ', \*.- } .FLORIDA: by trdts or cold I winds. Thefolive tree grown, at $12.50 pe JlUU, or $12b]per the 4th day of 'said month a default! will be entered : Refer. \to_ Mrs., Jnlia D. Tuttlk' F.. T'
*. l I i 1,000 hen ordered in X.OW or more.lots. and will be made
w application
oil'opinion against you
l'I ,' .1' '"\' 'j is another <>ne \Iwlitcb I in ; I Budge and Bank of Bay Biscay e.
., Cash with 1 ,fight prepaid. toil final jndgment.and jour property
41f : orders. :: to the Court
i 1 1OWNLEY ) ICU '<, DRUG STOfcft.> : '.1-IT" bs it\ would. ,jiaj to cultivate: i iti Florid. I guarantee every plat perfect." i\ 'will be sokt i to satisfy the debt I :f .. .
'; : 1 acres
\ ; i L:' M The41amRhar: and, olive:!,: trees ,both Address I. YR1oni Dated this 3d day ot July A.:!). ,1HV7.AnF .".. Forty ort the south fork of the .

rT 1 CHAFER '. JIJrh'e.on ro<'ky. or tony Jan ,f'l agt( IH' <, Orlando,. !'la.The :, Q01MBV, Ste J..ucip.triver',, b.ing\n 1 j of lot 4,
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R. E.
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DR '
& i j : : .( I... r ', \ f CAi-t -1 1 CI.-rkor County Court Sec. 17, T. 38 ,8., R. 41 E. Good )
: "" . METRoi-orts is the best ajt qer- SANDERS!: ATKi-ssox, : : apple land at $3; not $30, an acre., A]0\
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;\ :t;:> 1 > ialni's i Temperature for; 1897.Iftute ; ing medium in the: Olllnt-' W .i8 |Attorneys Plaintiff Juitthat,, ply to'RoBBiNs & GRAHAMS july2-tf

*: Office 'oTOr IlanfeTRnrt's Market," n. "\ : report qt fife it ath\ { Rtireanr1)epartfiileub rot;"ad'r not seen: tile er .,.. .
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.ok. corner Avtnn&D and. 13th, street. : from Jupiter. station for }. ;. \

:- l J 'v",,i-9-" .- the, ditfrr-nt mouths ,)f' 1ti97! $ 80 Car as Dentists Cud. "

T, T 1 4 "-1 they: hncp'a>l {'d, it appears I hat the 1)r. Charles Wetzel o' Ashland Ken- East StrRy.

: :-John;;S.;Frederick!; mean lnatiantlml and minim un tetuperatitres'for 'ky'will'rt'tnrn< to tocoanut Grove ,RloHda 1 c .

'. r I' t and open an oflice on o about November '

"Cifll Engineer1' and, 'Surveyor. the different,, ,in'' tits have\ 1st. lie.comes )higplyjrecommend- t 1 Tlm Tabl IT.. 9-C.rr", t.<.t-to Jmm. 8,..iS91. .' :

. been_as follows: Mimir\ .' *-d by1 prominent) residents. of the.Grovewhohate .' '

Notary Public for Stale at':Large.: ,' '. .' ;, 1fai' mural\ atui"L : ; known him for. ,many SOUlft BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). "oi '
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,Particular Attention; given to Snb-Divul-. January. ,nunm 80 .:J.1 If fNt I I years. :" :, \ ? "A IStt'

'i ing large tircts. ;f.'f. *. ; iotaaa.SOs ... ...,.
-; February -Sol! 46 itin' -- -- ---'- ---------r .r.rLltp
: 'Office: 20th ta t.. near Av. D. eonih. nJe. [ ...:..'t'i : S8 t9 ;::1 Election. .. .. ..... . :.: ..? ....
FLORIDA. ) areh, ; I Notice of City .in\ ....: 10353 .,..a. .,.. Lv..St.. An attn. .. 'Ar. g
1-21-tf.; 3IIAIl1I, -\pril ;183 59 i. . ,;:! Uy virtue ot the authority vented Hi' the .. ... ...... :.., tgs ..:... ... r..tIl103 .,....
;. . \ shay. : -- : '\, 81\\ ..' .. 57 G i ... tile '. I' .:. .4astPatatks .: ...I 34 ,. .... i..... ......
-, \ 1 n 81 dersigtied b> the laws of the >tate and the onliiKiiioet a :.: .: ..{,.,. ,:.. ...,. 426 ..I... .. ... :.
t T,' P. .l[BRqWN On\ ; 4pal of the city of,MUmt ni>tice hereby .1i .. Lv..Paluka..r..Ar. / ..... . .. ......
July, : .. ''U1 69 I to' the qiuillHed electors of the t.'ltf''of' ...:h. :... .... AT..San Matso.Lv. 1 .. i..... -
'" I' ''I- August, ( \13 71 \ .8:! given fl4ctlou ; held 815p .- .,.. .... v..a.SanMateo ... ..Ar. 855p...... ... :.,.,. .., -.
,8 Miami. that a .gpneraltlty will ,be ......1253p .:... .:.... ... ...... Ormond..Ar. ::..:. ..r.
.; ARCHITECT r Meant teu! wr tl1re for !!, In the Council Chamber,on tle.second floor pf 1 ..; ....,. {# .Daytona. ....,{ 24hp .: .. ....., )

:', : .74-r 1.r- .. .. \ \. 'i\\ 1 the Jail building, on the fount i(nnday to|' Octo- .s. Ospp : rt Orange... .. 2F4. .. .1.. ... .
:= j I
t. t 'C' II 'I''I her A"H. 18-J7: ;the 'same bell g the 25th day pf .. .,... ,..J. .._.x.. Oakli7n, .. .. ...... ... ....1 _
::' 'V Ii FW1iI Front For,Sale..! : aid month; that the polls .will be open frod8. 523 .. .. .. : ...'' 12 . .. .. ... .t ...
1-4-tt'. 'i: .!L; 1IofRiRONOwIpER A" '.Twenty.oue-aeres with a frontage I 'of o'clock, a. m ,standard time mtil sundown on .. . .. :..ryptrPoint.. M ,.... .. ., ..t. :...
i1
: I" 'r' I 881 .I.. ...:. .....ts.. k..... 11 i..., ::.... .. ,....a
400 feet ,on the IJay. A. EplendM piece of said .day bat t. P. Rtg-.ln: alarry Budge and : :::::: 'e .r. .:
: : 835p. ,.. ...... .. "I .... tRdekha'e.' ... 107 s,.. ...
: ; : land lying between the"plnce of l{ 11. Me U. J. Burklnrt are hereby appointed as lI Inspectors ......406p. . .... ,. ... :4E&WQalbe. lt85a :. .. .' .:.:. .
rTLLIi.JR Con kk and that of A.: Simmons,' ,'and H lITCini is appointed as clerk, toe 409p ...\..." .. .o .saapo.1. 11 .r_. ..... ....I. .:.. w
; ;> } 4159 :..: ... ..... .Melbodrne.......: title ., ... .. .a.1. .:.
: :! : .. .. sooth ot tJocoannt Grove.. Thfi finest .>nduct said flection.Tb .:.:.. 4 t Sp ; y.. .. I.I" .;.Roseland...,..... 10 .,< ,. :. -'
"" 'piece of;.land for,sale on the Bay\for the officers to be voted for are as follows .. A :, "Ft.aa.Eebastian. ........'" 10 .:.r.. c10/,
...... 4I... .. ..,. St Lndai. .... "r60bp
;Urer9cailigzperlencitetropoHu11dlag.MIu.\, : '. money. : Price $4,300. : Will take; one- ,A Major to serve for one );ta atop '
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Fort
i y.. :. 5003 Pietce.. 9903 .,.... 6lufp
: i ; L: half cash,'or only one-third: cash if neces Four;: Aldermen, or Members of the City; Count .. el15p .. ,.. 8OTe N' .....:+..i..EJea t.A : + ...:.. :... $46p
Full Stock of$Camples olt ill Xatest Wear*"i,' sary.218tt.- |I. cil,to!\ern fortwoyears.A .:.... SfOpI I ,. S ( ....t, iJeusea r..: .. CSOp '
", ... .. r ,: .. J ,. '.. .,. .. ;;- ...
14-t$ \ f. - RofeBiNs'Jk ilnA to for ., a48p. 8 .. :.,: } , k' 9495 8060
; ; ;. : _' : ; > .; ,+ .....,y... ,l'u. City. ,Clerk and Assessor, isen-e on ....;. 'alp '.:: i. :: '1 uar.Alicl.:: :\ .:....:..... 8 .. .,::.. pc
J --i i- ; i. i- ''l year. ..:... f 21p ..:. t. .,. 8133\ II, ".......Htbe Sound....... l..__, !Op754p
: Wm.,] 'i. Cheap-Rates' to ''Washington v a.' the A Marshal and Tax C 11<<1 r,1to! serve fer oni'ear' i .. ... .'. ./ t.Y... 853a : oj.,...nWe. li Japtt,r........ : 85&1./ :- .
v J Varpadoe, ? r. ...... 8 yep..A.4.:. .. 10'dia r ' .RlneraH. "i' ... ..
Plant System ,,1 ...j,.810p.;.... t....:. 11 AMr"West PalaBeac..rLv.: / : ...!t''i2 DOlI
. I :CONTRACTORS:' ',Only' $10.20" : for the round 'tripl from A'City Treasurer,to serve for]rue J'ear- :..... 8 '...... .u. 15p .......,....Lloton..L. .:.. .. ....-. .... _
: The question of whether the city hall borrow ....:. 885p .... .. t rip ..c..Fori Lauderdale..... II 5 .. ..i-o. .. ...
I 1 .tackwjnville to Wellington,, jfJ. C. necessary ..... 102lJp 1..,. ..<. 4 (Sp ...I.Lemoa Cit S.' ..... "t a : .. ;... ads
; urr Rock Wnrk'aua' ISlasti p gal3peciald., , 'Tickets sold daily until Sept : the sum of three thousand currenfupt'dblLm:
> O t.-Sl,.to return., 1 OOf1Iimit(11.0 tnber ImvrmementsauJ '
, J.: 1ti4bf!;-f iARil) :. (the route ivia.'the1'iant Si nand 'sLbmluedtothequalified sleet Iwhoareown A.4b:'! W. BRANCH\ I Train 82: 83. B7 andXJS,between'Jack-'
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F.atttnsteaFtanTa klogAlirSu. (., ..14Irtt \ ', the AtlantJc<
: 'Said ll'ttlul1I1n l>e conducted]as tar a* prac-l 1I5P 10 00r. Ly..New 5 Zip ercedailT,8Xcep' 8undu'.r.
; : < l 'TraiiTs leave Ii s0! a. m. nn ..7,1)1 SmyrDa--.j..A
law ', I lOp 11'28&' .Lake Heen.! .Lv. N..i 'Mp Train ae, between ..,
Wed I.Plercb'and
'! i ti<>:il lelu till'same mauneras I (n by LY"-J' ;
,1 1 FRED RUTTERCo :: ;' m., with, throughI'ullman rllt l |epert! I County elettlons .| Up lIj62a Ly..jOraage Clt1.4. ". a 83 Miam1 daily/except Monday i
c rf\ and day 'ciiaclitsitlioiit[ 'change.Xiuuktinie < d r-oiiiuluctins,: : general Slate apd ; I lap Ui6llaAr..i'Oranpat1'..,. .Ly.1 s 2S I Trains tla and 78 wata of Si. Angna
tr Builder.' prompt land reliable er-' I J. i t tins daily/except Sunday.T 0-' .
: cto>;,',:and vice' i i asaur "of this ; In itnei4' hereof I nave herebntoaffixed myname -
.t' ; toute.I nundtripratef and rAnsrd the City Clerk fitattaeb the,seal, etaain.r 1 1E y
All kind of Miami and tr4t the '
ot the City hereto, \ saner 't

"'""' Plans'- and fre ,. --estimates!! .furnished ., ;" Washiogton't4ieiYVork'Iimitrd|'[Itl' i ('on sale ,.daily from\tn,10 r this. fah da"of! tfrpteiatwr; 1S97, IX 18W.LY ..: / \ : . "BISCAYNE" (;.;. ; K:

; i4 s.j JOHN B. REIM. ; Mayor.' t l . .
une47-tf.' MIAMI'FLORIDA dayi, \vhici| makes'a tbroiigh raf nun \ '
_, 'an AUeot-: J .GltAHAM, City CI rk.j.. ji \ \ '!
; .. ... .Jat'kso1\ville1tdXl'W: + ..return : : \ ; la appointed to Perform SeLeare as fonows: ,..
, "'" -n -- only: 4d.'JO ajt, rail ,For detail .i i it tforiuiation4l'ullman I hereby Certify. That Be City Counell. of the \ lIIA1dIi10\ '0 tttrdieonnectiag:
JO and 35. j i.
m. Wednesdays with Train
:Worth p._ .
I JLako\ Front' For Sale.t, reservation, ?!?jjaddre City of plaint at a regular meeting! held on the '
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\ Twenty-eight+', ,mtnat ,two miles! S R.,'L. TiMld.i division pa"Sl"lger Ip t .u"day of teptrmber,4." P.1S97 approved the LOT* KKT VfiST* a ao.. m. TWadmys:and Friday*1 1 .< \ '. '

\ebnth of' West'Palm Beach; io.-Rt't"tion'3 :t 'nt.r c..l; lf'ltoward'rhty-pa'se ker appointment of the inspectors an clerk of election .' '1, ' 'VknnAMMHM, A Mtamiwtth Train t&; following morning;_ ".

:,of> Township'44, Sooth of flange 43.East. agent1' :G; W. TarkhilU, c city:, ticket which are named In. .the, (ongoing proclamation \ . .. \- '.. "
or W. Fritotj depot ticket :.r.P. .; wuU;; : ,; V"J.D.BABNEB. .
Jrice sro.per,acre. : ,, \'I i;i I' .
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THE MIAMI METRjIfQElS/SEpT.24,4897( ) ",, ? > '..3 .

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On accauht of the difference in'the tbe curing. All. theSe' cons ler4tlonti:

; 't'f" 'THE POMONA NURSERIES t tOSTOF S SAn SI COFFEE yield between coffee on' ,high groundand make :it impossible, to make a good, tpractical'estimateanti
1f low and the
I op difference between militate against
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NEW t
f uooue CATAIOOO' FOR |O9O, a i' the prices onaecotintofthe; quality, it the crop a* areliable. payer * ?
I If is ditlicult to make an estimate at all On the whut.hilitht"r. is '
1 WILL BE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER. Industry in iich Americans Areeepl untJ tbted ; ,
reliable of profits per arreSaj /money in c'o.Tr.proPt- 11 ;managed' -
",'One party writes as follow'of oar 1897 catalogae Interested, ',[BiO trees! to the acre,(in full bearing ,it cannot compare favorably, with --
: "Will you please nead me a copy of your l
f 1
s valuable Nursery Catalogue. I had a copy but' I ,' yielding (wo pounds! to the tree, other.crops,and it i is'quituran-ge that t

p have thing loaned IB it that it. 1 I do find act so wish many to be intlrHtill1'without acopy. 'SOMS ESTIMAl OF THK PEOrrrs TO gives 11, 'OO pounds of; coffee.. This at the "coffee, fever" has had such a run-

t 4 B MADE. ' X s'even! cents ,;a pound gold, gives :$91, ana attracted the investment of asmuch '
,
(0 Oar new 1898 Catalogue win contain an the
'good featum of tbe 1897 catalogue besides many gold, per acre. This does 'not show a capital it has* 4
i new one Fully Illustrated with many new profit !jequal1 to tnatiy1 other crops,that /. *> .I'J 'C
Photographic Views We offer .1'! fall line of
L Fruit and Ornamental Tree and Shrubs adapted With Prpper Mana'ebtent Money Can Be Made can, be grown in the;tropics. Quite a To Real Estate Agents. : .

I # t .to Sputhern, planting. Catalogue Free. Address .'. //But the Ceo Must Not Be ana number of/estimates/1 nave; been made Business was so dull in your line

Newsstand M. ti r rf .b'. fi THE GRIFFING BROS CO., Kzclfslve One.!' from different 'sources that make n during the first year of our existence .;r
Peach for Southern Plantin:. 1'0MO1IA NURSERIES; MACCLXflXT, : that.we did not feel like urging you to r'
I : - - . & __ I, & --:-+--.YLA.I ... .. much better showing, but they are, use printer' ink'very lavishly.

Fromhe Pliiladclph, ;!:| RiTord.A5IEUICANS. ,:. made upon the basis.of acreage,'sons &1 We" fearedrwe, could not give you'valo
,
the received "
present practical phase of the IIU for-your money. ,
DEALEHS I in -ject. 'f-;/ When: there were no,buyers you could f ;

\/I/ (00 d.S --'_. INS; ; : & [i taking tllexico considera have been'f4 Matfas Romero! ,.Mexican( minister at not Lots sell of real money estate.*, is squandered in advertising'which -. ..

a l' w ble interest in'cof-, Washington, who has given careful brings no returns. ,
tendon,'!to coffee 'planting records the Judicious advertising pays better
'Whls i fee planting ''ate1:1' : 'u' his than any other investment you canmakt"
following the result f observations
ey x>
ly and large tracts ; '''- ,
&, q 0. 4 h i of land are being ,;'as to' the costs-and returns' of If you have som.ettingtoaseltand; ; _

. !,' From $2. 0 to $7per\ Gal. : boright u p and plantations in Mexico : :: ,/ '/ there are people who,want what you

\ in coffee Cost of one plant.....;...r.. >-,.,...,.:r;.12 i-ents have, it will pay you. ;handsomely to
'RYE I. r j Il planted put Annual gross field, .."..........'......;-.I /cents make the fact known. "
.. .ZCTRE: tO ,CORN: // \. trees. There Annual net yield...., .,......'..-...,,4.... VcenU We believe from extensive. observation .'
i is unquestionablymoney Annual net jleld in weight---..r..f.\ .. .pound that printer's ink pays' the real
to be made Eti raisingcoffeebut, Ann u4cost of cultivating on; plant i., .. k cents estate dealer 'better than anyy other,,
Fine lines LiuorBeois and Gigars ulake / Annual gross proflc on capital. .. .CO per cent business man, providing there is a demand -
it is mistake to it exclusive .r
a an sis
for land the
where
.Annual net, profit on capital!..r.//(., 90 per. eentMiniste'r III. locality' he >
be in .
crop. Other eropsphbuld raised located/ ;
'Connection with: it'DO employ the laborers "Romero is,always' conservative There i* good demand, for: lands in
u.j In his statements. / this vicinity. It is constantly increas.

PURE Only: wink' ill this; lard put ,when the.coffeelcrbp needs; little/ or ,Carlos'Gris, who has given much attention ing.: Land buyers are arriving. "in this" 'C
GUAVAWINE ) no work and to pro ItJrthe laOOryn) the sectioneyery-day.', *
t-, / ill the' United: .st tes.. ; harvest!: season to, la vest and handle to coffee growing, i Bays : "To If you can make on ale of a thou'
: / \ ; '
t- I <' I IBoCtled' 1 the c.offee; when it "('comes iy." In start a plantation of 500,000 plants sand-dollar property ,with the help of .::
; \ 1 r j \ / Guatemala considerable' has been $50,000. capital sufficient:, say :;lOc nts the METROPOLIS: and get a commission '

Goods and'Jug' Trade a Specialty, money for each plant.' At the end of,'the third of teat per cent-, you will make enough w iln
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lost by making the mistake which many money out of the one\transaction to! -
in i"They found ''year the first crop is, obtaineda: mini- lot of advertising." .
.are'repeating .Mxic6 pay for a .
that they could, not get the iab'ore'rs to ,, mum or' one-half, a pound rom ,each We are confident the time hasarrived! '

PQQl'a.tii/i/ ,, WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR"': X / handle the crop whe it"came_ in," and plant,or say 2.50,000; pound' of: coffee, vhen.itwil, pay you' handsomely to'.
use our advertising columns liberally.
whichat thelow price of
a iqf cents 'per:
it would not pay .to have ulem,under.. Describe the.best/barg insyou have a
'Billiarsfeb5I -"aeers.of 'all kins pay awaiting the ha vest: <. j I pound, gives $12,000, or/50 per cent. of for sale[a.nd givejprice.:1 "AU'goods
the capital invested. A't the end'of the in is
Coffee when it ri ens'I wifl not wai'u marked plain -figures"$ the bestpoJici.
:until! is fourth year each plant produces one / -r ,
iLLI KI&DS OF n the.tree on f[ pleased to Prepare a price) list of 'everything: .
j' CASE GOODS.: pound of cleaned berries, equal to ; t
) it atbered i in ; i
gather: it;, but must\;be you hkve for, sale'and have us print .+ ,
j t- :" I I fifteen days, more or I less./ Then after 500,000 pounds of coffee, which at the. you"a few h copies in"attractive- ; u'

iatjJTrMe.C/lerec/to/ / ... I -- gathering it must be Bulled' that.is, the same price gives $50,000:. Allowing form. Send them) to your correspond
: gf t I' *-:; .MIAMI I FLA.rF husk must be removed I ahd heparatedfrom that thgatbering''\ and.f general expenses ents. ',They will save you, three times
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absorbed the produced their cost in time' and 'posta2'elone.
I' the berry. This is enerallydolie Yon need not write 'along letter; justa '
J; A Fertilizer tar !, Fruit I by machinery. then bas'tq be cured by.the first crop,the plan 4t the end short"note: and:,'enclose price list;

dried, which la'doW/either/ in open of the .fourth .year has not only; reimbursed ' and they will make sales. for you./; ..
ode the capital outlay of $50,000, but aug27-8p-tf k ,. .
; Thep deal 1 Fertilizer yards or by a contrivance similar toj a ; .. . I
the ,
Pineapple he is also possessor ol a plantation I.
: kiln. If in the open// few showers
that' m continue to| giv large yearly QUICKEST WAY TO A FORTUNEDronrTboniand +
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1 ,. t' A.t ,d'onot improve the alitYAll this: r t .., ; }
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r :. Price i $ns ,.00 Per Ton.f requires, labor:, and'While the; harvest profits. \i __ Acres ef Truck J'armiDll.azI
t ,, : > requires considerable] labor, ':there is The figures given by both. Minister and Other,Delrable Property .Sale,1' .;

', GUARANTi Eb. ANALYSIS.... . : i I' j4' I little to'do to a grove-once planted andestabiished. 'Comery and Mr. 6ns,arc' in"Mexican I have for hale' about roar thousand,
'I. j ;1 Moisture, I : 10'',, cent money, and must be divided by two to flaps of'truck ,farming lands and lands '
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engaged
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"J I to 't'i Inrornonia, j i, i, 4# to 6'; laborj '., reduce them to the gold standard.It . suitable for orangee, lemons, :.and all
I it tlis
l'' I I :;I 'f. t It ,: .!.r -". Phosphoric! Acid, j -r '6 to GPotaBbactual .\ I ," .the year in Mexico, all' but imposs beroughly:; estimated that 650 kinds of tropical fruits situated on' Bar .
j t ' ; | i '6 to;8 i u ble to obtain'additional bands.in harvest. , may B cayD&, the garden spot of tbe world.
.i. i | J1' \ } trees will cost $65 Mexican Iotaat..Lemon and about
i'iii' f"otfori-Seed'hieaIXifrateiof\ : .I ,, money, Also city City, :
Made Exclusitely ,of | Soda, Blood, Done "I \ '
,' t 1 1 i IDitsolvetl' 'Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems ;\i lOut| of everyone| h(I ndred acres ';of l land $5 per: acre; clearing $3,\ cultivation : Little 17 acres River of fine and Bay'front Biscayne Poet land Office between I. tea,
f' 'T ',. f -,'and ., j etc., $33, or$100;; tote ;and yield '
Sulphate'offPotashe 'is'
i | f ('( \ !| i i j '. land 'under ..cultivation: ,' *it safe :'toplant' : can' ta found domiciled at my orangegrove
|y Write for directions for nslnf andrurtber particular, also ask for a copy of Economic Fer.r acre4 ir coffeeor even' as 'pe'r first, estimate means 85 per cent three,milea northwest of Lemon.
' twenty ; ; '
tilizer for fruitS' f't| -,- ; i I ilie laborengaged' : mtbe. profit. j 1 i f .City., Please write for price, '
,I Iffe jCarry i'Large' Stocl of Fertilizer Material, C. s.eaIJ: ; 'Tobacco dud, Potash; Etc.'Write twenty-five., There is rjo crop raised i in the tropics T. D. WEIGHT, Agent i'
{ cultivation of jsugarcaetc. or .variiJ-tla. ''I 21tf-6P.Lem n. qitT.Bade Co Fla.
trade-direct. it ist Impossible
; JFor.pricet'btfore buying, N.4 lt'esec1lhegrowers uponwhkh so to
t will be at hand hen the ,coffei .
\f ride'on
*: I make an, acc irate practical 1 estimate Try. one of tbe tandems at ,,
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harvest comes ou'J( M paged jn this The Miami ,CycleCo's.. .
Go. .
j o&ToQmer Fertilizer as upon coffee. In low lands the yieldthequalltyn
f way: coffee will 1 yield a {\ rofitpleastngto
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,. ,,1 r 'The' Fertilizer. House of'' Florida ... '. : \ the owners'The .- II" , '' and the 'price. is'therefore; corresponding !> "
I,\ ii8-tf-if, I Tads 1x l1e, Z7iorid.atU : : coffee tree is rkised from the RtnY'apPosifoly.: .
'j }, I i low. In j| the. high lands there: a PILES :
).. CHASE>z ft, HA:.orer' A enteY Miami! ;'C., M."BTOWE, Agent|GocoanntOrore.4outhe j \ attention seed' in beds, and as' a rule'! very little lightey yield and better price.,. On -" and ts guaranteed i Constipation to eure-'PJ1d or-nionejrrefunded. ...
is paid: to the quality of theseed '
ds CO cents per bo>L" Send tor
", [I' 4 t, '" ; 1 which is' certain y a. mistake.Uood all lands there" a variation according' list of testimonial, and Free I Sample to '
loss MARTIN RUDY Registered Pharmacist.
to season,And: a the
Java and Liberianlseed ought to to-handle Lancaster Fa. >For ale by leading druejrtsts : ,;, ,
\ : I ; r: } ----1: \ 'produce a much better \j stock; than th adequacy of the' labor \! the ,...41.. Mlaiul;Fla,by W.B.BONEY. ;,
,. roP.Rd'the number;of rains'qoring:
,I' i small '' \ -1' .
?-, varieties tornmbnlj. used. :Aa1tSIY.J..oA

} -"f. Wte7' t P 1 t '.wilway1 lit one year thje "young' plants ar

J Lit t 1", !Ie ,' ready-.to' transplant, and during thia B\\ CAMPBELLy
} ;: ;: period)),the land can,be crated and pre4 : I

I \: i. }l 'ABSOLmYTHE8HOI5TEST1ROUTE."'"" ' . pared| It,"is.the Custom.fto 'leave(;trees' 't' .. *. -J .= i 1
It I f ;, -.' -' / .TV \i iPITLLMAN to shade the young, plant. ,but opinionsvary : i Manager Ludden &'' :Bates S. M. n. ; _, '

,:rImOqG: .DBAWING:BOOM, CARS.. DINING.CABS, !upon the shade required, and the I K JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ." -

t .. \ \ TBOSOTJQHFAKB COACHES: ,:VESTTBULED TRAINS. |1 best plan is to leave1 rows of trees at :'Pianos, and Organs Sheet MUSIC,and 4 a
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right.angles at, ttay,15 to '200' tfeetaparivor il ,
Musical 1Merchandise-'
i D' EST.l' stll! more according' to the LOWEST.PRICES. E{tS'\1 TERM '-. '
We will treat you belter and give better value for '
} :INpRJ'tliE\ST':1]t you your
altitude: ;/There .is no established rule 'money than any other house-In the U. S.' Send for Catalogueand . , '
;- > \- \ : ; ; TL51 as to the number or treesto'the; acre- Price Lists; *-. .i, (17sept-Ir1Lss

; :TWo, 1 AIL.Y\f 'tTRAlr'BETWEEN FLORID ','AND THE EAST from- ;5,000 to 1,000 are recommended.When '

: <} I 1\ !I att' :..." '' -- -i J . \ the trees are iintrimined they : \ j
.HirJ i 1 :1'' 1- \n.OYbU Jnow'aGoo(
; 'r Ington' "Southwestern" ,;(: Limited, : \, attain,( a: height of from t5 V feet, \ l Thing1.0F1 g ? ibUDor
1 >C \ and do not much, but when
\ ; ,11 And ,the United States Fast;Mail. spreaa r :
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A' .t /t "' .. ., .. \* \i "topped off" they give, :'side "lllUL..t. '
fore Then
I I ; ,. i 'i. ,yon pxTTEfi SMM FLOBIDA, or yonwonld|\ [ \p i
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OILY. gt OURS lA ONVILLE 'TO .WASHINGTOIONLY i. -; j\ growth and need more room. ':Trim ,Are jon OEOWIKQ OLD,? ,Of course ; eo. ABB WB,' r.; .. i .t r' ,,
: t HOUE3 ( ming \\giv sa larger produ'tion.!and Bat not/so fast, because bur. MILD ctntAtx, '.L. f '':'Il I---; ; : ( +-
: ,, 27 TO NEW
: : YOBLbon&Y
JAOpOHTpLE
.. handier850ind With itfl 'WARM,. 8UJI3H15T, and zo.ro'coot'' NIGHTS, '. ,
it .D.n8 06- ,j
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the tree down where is ( ,
::1 ,' keeps \ l "
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f 1 ?:"t \ ; \ 'the Between 1 Makes Lira WHAT IT OUGHT. TO: BE; 1-- .\',, ,, ;- 1- f-"
L Train*composed of Latest Improved Pullman me Cars and Hot l Ola-/ tol gather, crop, LOVE \ t. ;;. -
d ; \ lag.Can through without change .to W 11 \ 700-trees may be considered :!'\'as the,rnaz-: Do1 TOV/ ProwEB8, troite'a--------? CzBTAqrtTI' :So, ;' I i Philadelphia,New York. .and. the 1\ /'. !mum,as this will give about eight feet Btrtr A HOME on the,EAST.COAST, ; ,1 f '" \t C':7-' ,t- 3'
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1 f' ,\ ; St- I. WHEBV you RAISE: IOUBWith1the owl ' : .\ '
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:+; I I between, the trees: ,,$ about,four_ feet ', i>z&ST'LABos and.sspExsa. l t : .

UTHROUGi-f: PULLMAN: DRAWING-ROOM NG',CABS BElt around\each tree. : .\Ij"" .t. \ . l'L., "'
!: .TWEENJACKSONVILLE to In t third Do'Vou DISLIKE: wiimzB \ Sd\ ; wi. 'I t '. . : '
t AND-NASHVlLUE. Coffee begins yield he. .
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: :; / \ Then :COME to FLORIDA i we"refHDJ! TO STAT. -i t .rOo "'
,= .. i. n \ : ':. 'I year, but the first crop is light. ; say an We have suar-BATHiso, swniifijrp, andABE' snLdltd,ATgaZAR-xoviD.- ,
': tlTbroujh51eepIns| : Cars Dally'Jacksonvillftu: ; ,i il ir k l 'I averaged! of., onehalf'pO lflf! :,per,' ree. 'I \ \ .
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+ Totf.interested -i'a
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Asii it'nidy 1: ,.
'y.l Cincinnati via lle'ThroughtheTHE The fourth average" one to I J '
j1 ,' v year \ ', .
I'J iv)OttWJ'are'1Dtereeted\ : : '''YO"t.}. \ t. \ '
_\ ""lANDrpF. 5 V.'I: V. one and| one-quarter \Ipounds jper tree. ,( A'LIKE.to our.ADDRESS 'Address;DR A WEB7 "M" .
=. ,-.. : } \ The fifth year they air e in fujl\l. bearing .:i'l Will"DO' WOKDEBS. ' 'SAnr.r Avauarrxc, FTX>BIDA, c

,htr.. For a ias1.s information u to terse;\ ac&edalea, 8 eepa" car* reservaUona/etfl., ap'y\ t* hand should.)j'eJd an,averagek\"of two, to ang3-tf_ i: '. 1'

.r. .J, hAj'at, n'of tteftoirrKMH RAILWAT! or,iw connections.. t, ',' ,.. k i' \four pounds'per tr e. Pianos,\) have d

: - J1 t : '' r 1 li', J' I' !been known to yield six' pounds, but THE tErd NICITY'HOTEL

., ,t LA.. 8HIPMJLS.Picrida' piss. Agt. 212 West Bay Street, fac>nTi11e"F1aj.' . Ibis is.gfyierally upon low.grounds and .
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., '' r. .ltOUL JV. : : ., |\W.A. TURK;, t Jl 1 "B.B.'HARDWICK. the quality) .of the.coffee.is nl>t the best. l 1 MRS. JOHN .hr.-CAREY.; Man .
\ TrafflelCaaanC. o.n.Paa.Agt. t\I' ."< j'A$t.'fen Pass.: 'i i7 \ gera
\ W gtO.i D.Q.: < +\Washington. b. a -Uanla,1aa. .duration of 'a coffee, grove/varies ' .
>- \,":\' fU,2.. >xS07. ... ,\, .. ,troth 15 '0 20 years, a ford l., to ioea-; .A yery pleasant location, near the Depot. Large. well-ventilated rooms* .
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1 Gran of .
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V -.: r.. Mexico from, near the ffe1.level, .to. a Good Table and all the Comforts of. Home aiI
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: ; he':1iff renc. \.in b .' do to I delightful families.: Write" >nn9,;etc. y .

Mix ice 'S'Ni : Mang'rJ\ J quality; is 'fuliy; atOned 1\ ; *..,:"' *tr . : MRS.. tiaag27
;. Cp., GladVvirif poorer' bya, .j" :JOHN j:.r CAREY. r

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: \would be read with a gent' deal o{ in-1 I of good fire hose'and a couple of reels;1! '

i liami 4 tropoli&i terest (\ readers.RESOURCES and' lb rough '
by many o \our prO. y provide quarters

] \\ 'f .* where the.nose: ]\,arid reels can be kepi. BanMBafJ&apr
I It also wantk spend: '$1,000 i fit provid )
&end n the Postbfflce at Miami, Florida \ ,

.;,I i I ; ...,.1 , allecond-elasl A.. matter. ..,. ,OF FLORIDA.ar'e > ing lights fojr the coming year, and it \ :
series of articles '
which now
r SOtrl'JlEJUf'NBW8PAPEB Thej I needs little n oney to put iii forcq
+L--: ,TD MOST PCBLISHXD ''unning in the .MKTKOPOLIS, entitled -, .
I ON THE BlAlK LAND OF \ some satisfactory system of disposing,,\ 1 '
THE UHITKD STATES.JPnbllined l Ind-u trial Resources of Florida are, of nightsoh.\, 'garbage, etc., and'if, '" \ i I II,I MIAMIFLORIDA.1 t 1 ', \ J'

...1 J. Worthy of careful eruJaland''pr set- needs money'for'several' l other similarly i' IscpupoBATXDJ f'UNDER THE'LAWS or FLOKTDA )
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j : by tAe East Coast Publishing Comr vation by our readers. They are \\n ''objects. ' i & .
n worthy \ I'l' .
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Corporation
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t our opinion the blst articles of the ". In order, to,be'qualified' to vote on the : . .
w TER S. Giuul - Editor. any \ \ipdnducts1 a General Bankir.. '.
kind which have ever.appeared .in question of whether the i city shall bor- WM.:M. BROWriPRESIDENT. I '

'Rate.. Florida', publication.! \i iTheyi row $3,000,\you must not only. 'be,, registered :- . I Business, issues Drafts, on All_ .

ne.ear..F.t.Subscription... ... ........". 2 ttetngle are. from tle| pen'ot( J. F. Lie on the :,citylbooks\ but you must IR. R..McCORMiCK.i: \ \I 'Parts of thtVor:1d.;; : .. Accounts' ,
.,- .......... !............... 100 + -
Six montlii.i Baron a civil of national, rep-
\ 1 located Vic
be i ( and
engineer an of \ Solicited
real rfooasv. Favor
owner estate Consistent
copies..:...................... ,01) \ ; Every
,Foreign r subscriptions 60 cents extra to covertastage. u ation and a gentleman who\' has lived' : within the. fcitir. -I CHARLES H. G .' ], With-i Conservative Bank ...
r ; 'Florida' for many years. ', 'I I With this explanation' of the situation : CASHIER .

;'AdvertisingRates.. 1 he articles were4written\! the+I and 'fiieJnecessity of borrowing . .' RTH\\ !. : ing Extended. ; ._j -,
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CQL'Mx'v7 1 inch. .i W'Ka 100\ ,RIO.2 0o. $4t MOa), $6u0 MOs, $YEAR.10 fm0 \ar* "copyrighted. ?(fhe MEfROPOuas qualified I i to 'Vote ,n\\the subject will' be 'I I '',,CORRESPONnENTS* ,' 1< \!, "- '
511 3 oo 6 p1 00a (enabled to publish,! the same.by theo *: i \r : '
2 tfl1.i inches'\:: 2410.1 44J0. $00 2 :: g 00 off\ almost u.ianjninu\ :* in favor of bOrrow- Seaboard>}ional iBank, : : -New York.: '
". 4 Inebes. . 300 5 ro to 0) Ilf 00 30 llO rtesy 1\, and permi, lion J. W. ing. It tikesla: majority of all votes ;
5 inches., '400 ,a.50 It 00' tl 00 IS 00 IVhite, editor 'and prpprieto.rlj\ of the I cast to authorize ', City Council I Nat'l Bank.ofjackS.Qnville. Jaclisonville. .; .
'6 Indies. 4liO 6'00, 14 00 2-100 4200 the to ... 1 I! .
inches 500 '9 00 160a 2'2 00 48 00 ",fournal of Commerce.I .\: __ '\, borrow. \ \ I\, l ?REIGN .
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'b 1nches. 5.50 to 00\\ 18 00 M 00 M 00 I I \ \ ( r\ "
9 Niches 600 11 20 00, 3300 8000 I . I \ Undertand it'iis hot proposed to bond \ Knauth Nachod Kirhne Yorl-
JO Inrlle 700 1200 ,tt 0036 00 66.00 I' \ ? New ;. ,
:. 11 tncbre.8 00 13M> 24 00. 3900 7200 THE CITY BORROW '' MONEY the' city. It1, would require a two- 11\\ : '
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,12 Inch 850 1500' 26 W 4200 7800 thirds '' \
: vote to'd, that and the Council; "!
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18 Ineht' 900 1&00' 18 ? :
14 Ineh . t 00 17 00 30 00 48 00 9000 j has no ,intention prdesire| to sedd'e a Elegant I Iron Yanlt and i argIar-Proof Safe 'WI ith Triple 1Concasslon Time Loch '
u Incb .. IOU lit! 00 ez: is 5100 96 00 \iTlie question or" whether thJf CityCouncil bonded

' 161nch 17. Inches'."1l 10 00 50 !.elm :; 3406 36 00 57 54 00 00 : 00 00 shall be empowered to liqrrow only proposed indebtedness tc borrow on the$3,000 city., and- It'ihe is i'r'ha: '", ,of t that lost ImDlond' lake. / . .- !, ,
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these rates.13eaUti :
l There w IU be-DO evlatlou from the bum of $3,000 to meet the current' t '
r ..ailrerttsemeuU among'local nes10Wen present council' I ully C.xpects to be able '
: and provide some protection : .
'feared tb do all atnds of Job PrintIng expenses t J pay the loan at the ,end, of
t t .f 4 .profit>rom f r.IB fly consistent and In' nt-elaal with a Hyle TefY at moderate as low against i mentsi fire,\such and as other streetlights,, necessary etc.irnpr6v -, two years. ,Tile revenue_ will be muchgreater \\ : : E. L., BRADY .&. QQ, . ,

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The Metropolis Is for 1&18'' Following *:1 ItO own, 'real t this city at. Groceries Grain Hay and 'G id Seed
I' 1 f Agencies; PROPOSED' ,
; 'J : the ;eneral ,|city. election\ to be heldon OSTJ\z.:; ROUTE. ; F ,
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1' .A.T.C ner,C Samuel Anthony tlelcber Bros., west, Miami ram, ha.I ,Fla.' ,Ot tuber,25tb next.,' (A 1 word of explanation it Should be Can-' -d Overland to Cntler. ',, : -, i\ \i- ,

I C. JO.- wi.cirit' Mtamt Fla. : on ,this subject, U not amiss From what wej; ca' arn from the ,: \ 17JJAQ NT.FORJlAPES' FERTILIZERS .
Key..west|SewB CoJ i Key West Fla.All . .:._ in order that those.who are\qualified tovotet citizens 'of Cutl r' ant at Cocoanut ,
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Grove particular! y the'.former place 1 = 1 '
commnnleatiohi should addressed and \ do so intelligently.Ourrcity I
'aU', checks 4r&ft, money orders! be. and other re- \ ay the present: met mod carrying'\ thesnail JVe call the attention of the people of Bay.Biscayne. '\'our stock of Staple \
mittanrel made parable to \ was i incorporated in July, between thu* city I and- Cutle is and Fancy Groceries, Fruit i and Food Products of all kinds; also our stock of Grain
TUE\\\ EAST cOAST PUBLISHING. CO.Via.it 1896,I,too late''' to levy taxis for that, very\ ''unsaUlCactn rv< The service- is Hay, Bran;,Cotton d'Meal..Ground FOod and Wheat.
J 11\\ i Miami. year.\', \" \ inorti' or, les.s irrrgular, and we are informed c. We are the only house 00 Bay Biscayne dealing exclusively in the above line of j

Our only source of revenue thus far that the mail i ilsJmetlmel'l' very goods. : We buy close and,will'sell' close.. We invite correspondence, and solicit 1 1yonr
1897.
r '' FLORIDA.. FRIDAY. SEPT. 24. wet when delivered. 6'w' '
rtiat there
,:: ,' + patronage. Very truly, E. L. BRADY CO., My-it" -
has been from the'collection bf license id a fairly good road between' Miami .

t;: 'mond'.and nnes.!\ FIt \ \ ''I\ and Cutler it is believed that the post- '
'. ??.1-'flb; ci'y borrow money? Read tins onlce authorities cuuld be induced to \ \
been ,;impossible; forthe' itygovernment \ :
+' 'itbe arti i e on.tins ;subject. so that you I caneel'the contrail via sailboat' and '
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to
.spend any money
the mail
have carri I'overaiul. This
consider it intelligently
; w,' ,can '" city I irtprovementi' without lunging would insure regularity, and if a.prop I ..
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'4 \ > t. .the cit into debt, because .the license er vehicle is used ,[the mail. -could be :

OILY the (\qualified) electors' of the money and' 'the!.meagre- amount col delivered in good c nditiot \ .
Aside from this, the carrying of the ,
F city of Miami who own real estate in ected rom fines have only; been sufficient i '
+ mail,byline overland route would be a
this city,.acre qualified under the State t< pay the salaried !lotllcers irnd' great boom to all tilt settlers,who re- '

... 4. :Laws "on the question of' whether ncidental running expenses. side .at'', points'along jtlie +''route. It BUSMS and.llidenc Lots :

: .the, City,Council f tshaii; or shall not of 1 The City Council has realized"that it would neighborhood.whichlsknown also enable the:, {citizens as in Seminole the- l s' ,

be to .borrow the sum
empowered' 1s a very easy-matter to go in debt, but to have a post dice of their own. r
,-"."|3o6o ror.f ilrrnt' expanses and to make difficult I to pull put. It has felt thatthe'best A few years ago it might not,have been '
..necessam improvements and provide deemed advisable or necessary to
welfare of the city! demanded carry '

; apparalusj. "for,fire\ .,protection.JhE'assasafn ::r. r Tampa that' thel'eiperiencej and\', other cities and which example are\ suffering of Uutlt.'r ritory he mail, south but\ overland the of development Cotioanut between drove of here? the ter-and has' . A. E. \ \ INGSlEyi! : i : :


t 4d; ', \ hd, attempted: to take frpin a crushing, load pf indebtedness been so rapid during, the past few 'General. Agent for Mrs. Julia D. 'TuttleV}
'' I Ik snbuld be and'thai it years that good residences, homeland
the life of-Presidenf.Diazof Mexico :.avoided,
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plantations are scattered hundred --- .
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every :
j :was lynched by a mob of' h.e\ people, would be Better to manage "'solnet uw" I yards or so all tit the f
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Y 'who all idolizeUheirJ\ {+,:resideht. But' to get along for. th first year without routeof, the county egad from, Cocoa- Prices_ From $50 to \$1,000 Per Lot, Accor4ing' t to. Loctioa j ,

r7 : 'Diaz does not'like' Iyncl ing. He" prefers certain i provements* such as \ere\ nutvGrove for'about five miles south. '
I I \' reef which At the SeibOld plac ?,i; recently purchased RAILROAD FARE Ui Miami over the Florida: ;Fast CoaetRailway will be zoe-,
., ttie1awto take its course paratus,,B ; 1i.ght.l, etc., '
i \ toJiavp , + by ,A. A; Bogs, .there is i a unded, each purchaser,of' a lo', provkli'd purchaser will produce receipt for neb
R |!,He has bounced the chief of police and ,admitted) r pore or Irs l !, necessary, + ut'Which number or\ men at work: clearing a fare' which "receipt will be received as cash in part'payment for lot. '; ...,
more tban|twenty persona' ,connected_ we ;6uld do without, and' by doing '' ,large tract;of land. This\ property is \ I .iMaui )- ,

:.. with the 'police; department have been BO avoid loading, our infant city' situated about midway' between' Cocoanut ffi.ce> 3 '. ," .
"arrested:bti| iheJ bargotl murder:fur with ;la heav y.debt"at the start' -onewhich ; Grove and cut r} Northward \ \ 1 '
from the place referred to thert- is almost -
nOt: preventing be lynching;' .Ill would one* begun would Increase like a continous line of 'Improved and HOT L MIAMI ]r : 4

4 deem Us i/jjth Uoited''Statee.iuight(' asnbwb Ujgoingdown, hill and would occupied properties to Cocoanut Grove. I \ : :

profit by Uking\ lessoh, from, fexico necessitate al heavy tax rate and the All the I people who reside, in the territory 1:1r-Ii \ ar'L -ai .Fla.Qhase ,
on.bow topreyentlyncbuig, ; issuance ofl bonds a few years hence. i\, referred to are obliged logo to ,' .
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'I Cocoanut Grove for tI .it;, mail. \ If a
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WESLEY 3 -u "V ' out of i debtl It is true pur City CbunJ\ at about Mr. Larsen'a place, it Would' &H1an1ey tInzsurance
: 1L: FXATHE VChwill dissolve di boa great convenience i to atleastt en- : \
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UfETBOPOUs ' ell has noo ne much\ in the way of .
relatipns: wjti; the at the ty or thirty families. j \\ v' ., 4
hia i improveme, ts\but\ _we have_ preserved The METROPOLIS aUention : : :; si ', '
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'close. of thigweek.i: |!1 |\ During connection \ '
4 good order! thanks to the great 'this.matter that it is .
suggests only I \ l-Fertilizers. ,
with 'tbepape, : proven ,
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friend 'of' M anSI, absolute necessities, \ necessary for the IcitUeris', Who -, .
+, himself a faithfUl able, and energetic vould !
and( ixceptionallyelversed such ae.the j jail and,the school building,, be benefitted uy having he \ i\iREPRES" NTING THE-r-

;f fit, .'wipaper'no in all thatyertains} .to"the typographic -, to: "eayi\ nothing of ,miles off\' paved er inail petitions routeoverlandto'repareapr' asking that the department p-- Penn Motual 1 Life,. Fidelity and Casualty'' Company, and all! Leading-Fire, COmI niet

'art.-Il\ I Selves\ \!. in streets]1 ,jhave been provided without make the ,change .and, to establish
sjbaylng\ \
,. position much expense on the part of tie city. I a postofllce/ at Semi ole.f t ',these 7' 8peciaJ\rates i\ on dwelling PfoPrr rtF for three and five ears.. \\ ,*
a with a salary attached (
pview petitions were.signed gefaerajry', by the "s; \ ALSO RESIDEKT, AGENTS FOB: ;
f .'wbich js greater tbailialweekly.news-; The City :Council in our?;opinion#! has citizens ''at Cocoanut Grove and Cutler t\\ I '

.::paper\,could afford' ifoj\pay,'and.will: at succeeded admirably in doing nothing and between those points, and if the HALL'S. SAFE, ;AND LOCK GO.:, \,

a the same time be enabled to indulge or.'very little, but the one fact that change Was recommended by.the postmasters \ And''brokers in Fertilizers[ and.Fertilizer Materials. '.' <

:1 [ his: taste fof' rHcQlturtlnhe.de't{ \ \| they, have kept the+ city practically\ out, CI tlerfvve at Miami believe!Cocoa that ttie ut Grove postofficei and .vv,.- R.\ Iii NEY9 1. Tortsu-jr 'X9M'tallc State, Oat I I.argf 'f'

velopmen.t --i\half\ mile north of debt is oi itself! greatly toj\ .theircredit7 I-tr-tf ; .
o( T ? ( I'' department would, act favorably and' I MIAMI FLORID-, *
[ (the/city]: limits toan'extent which: i : I \ \ prdmptlyl'e 1. : \
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1 would not.be possible if etetaluedhis, ,The ,tax: roll 1 foil 1897 has been as :,\\ 'understand that a prominentlleryman ,
+ ; b sessed. ''Buty few of thiebrick'puiTd- at lialni'i'w (ling\' to undertake THE NEiW : :
present;, 'Positi t' i i8/a"8aylbg, ry : to'carry' the mail overland averji.reasonable'flgure BAKERY.f.
or substantial edifices '' .,
"Ima ings other
E P'Once a newspaper: \ n'alwaya, a I were aid if bids are. \ 'y
.a1 ewspaper man," andi, i it :'is1 not at all completed.! on. VTanuary 1st last, hence invited on the subject! with make one. 't2th, Street, f'et.rr raasenger Depot. ,
Y1 that \ were not.asse able fdr this 1 It would be very <*onyenientrfor'any of >'or .
j Improbable ; ; .Mr;. rF, atberI1. will ar'1; '
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kgairi work 'The ;tai .rat and particularly vibe our tiiens who might desire to visit 'yl; ,
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'"resume {newspapet "at : any property between ber and Cut- esh"I\ aB'read\
Miami at/':/ someijfuture/time'wh; .i n the ,valuation of property for --1897 was ler togo\ down in the more ng and return t \ m.e\MadeJ ". -
field, i has developed ,urTlciently i .to'warrant fixed'on' a very] low basis, because" the nail' thel\ evening\) via. mail coach. H \ 'c'

; ,a secondewpaper; He ,City.Council Wlieved\i .wouI4''' veryunwise The messenger wonld be'available -- Graham: -.--- \,
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\[leaves.us with theki'ndliest: |feeling i ands to'lmpoie high\,taxes/which always to'ma a f e/drug purchases, medicines off\;, small.and packagessuch urgent 'Baked daily'and Delivered Free to any part of town. '

s s\> ''mutual regard and bas our best. wishes 'tend to repel capital and 'invest' necessaries ii 4' this ity jfof, people , Rolls Bans, Cakes."Fies. Eter1tbiDg first-eras. Specialty of freeh confection .,
,; rthe future, L: > 4,', J N ments. 'Henceithe#> revenue for 'l897 along the route.Circu'nstAnces. i and nutS. I have one of the:most modern and first. -claae ovens ..Picnio and excursion, "

will be very 8m 11.The' J.[ have so chanced- .within = parties furnished on' short "; ,
I. revenue the .past'year or.\two, the needs: ,of \ notice.ADAM I MAYER ,
1898
,from the taxes,o( Proprietor
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OP COFFEE:X11 TURE. our citizens 'demand that the mail ,
i" j :\ ,will not begin Ito come,, in until about route, betweeti Miami aid Cutler lY"Remember., I deliVer everjtbing 'free of charge{ Rem T mber the place" 12th Street,Just went ,
t' fin viewof the |nten si vyhich many :the' close,: of athat year) Certain, im'provements should be I overland henceforth instead e f D" -neer deopc-\ > "- I.- fa1 -

\lot our.Cocoanut? Gfoye\\ readers.-are: have has far been or, by* the uncertain\ and .unsafe, mail . \ -

.,.. aoltestfnglnregardto! o dispensed wi Whit ,hail before next boat as i in the past. *H\ \\t'\ A' / "I Practical Mattress:Maker
; cawepu4- \
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; ln IloudurasCentrat&tn: ; year! In obtain n\kbem the ty i i i',\ i\ 1 .GOO.DWIN ,.
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fish, on page 6 an article i l ,on:? he. subjectfrim must have, about j$3,000 toWrry itoter y Announcement.'II T ,11.\. Avenne\D\ opposite IloteI Miami .

(,the Philadelphia' # Recb ,',which in fair financial shape until the takes beg to announce to the [voters 'of ,, ,, All kinds' of Mattresses on hand and t
i the of that lamia candidate : i J 'made to order Particular
; city Miami : care taKen
,was,.handed, id us.by. one\ of, piir sub- of' 1898 begin ome'in..A i I for re-election to tbe,. fttte6f City) '. \ f in remaking Mattresses. r,

,.a ,rjben't' the (jrove.; .lYewo\\ ld also' The 1 only; way it ,can: ,be had is b Y Marshall 'ar d Collector I ;of Tales.v. Mf\ 'J 1 Second-Hand: Good' Boug lt: and Sold. t

add that Col.:Johi Al Macdp. aid, of borrowing: A'ca pitalistw o is always past'record8pfaks+\;, for.itself. rusting, -'ul..tf-HE., .t ../

y C oa..ut':Grove, ir"n w in ,Honduras. ready to'help Mil mi,, is willing, to ad that you maY- eel mt/worth of your /.

Investigating' the enbjecfiof coffee' culture vance,the"$3,000, .ai the!veryrljow.tale-of support- I am T"_ youM,'l HVonsq faithfullri F.GRAT.|I, ': ; \\A 'L. ST ftGXS ,. : ,/ :

+ ,.and: on bis; return we ff.econtl\ 8 per: cent. per an ium;: and -the .question /
"ident hit he tan be prevailed ,upon to is whether' 01', not tnV-lcity=flhafl : ' : \ _. \' f Street ; .

:.Tut a ash.the METBOPOUS result with \fan article 'availitselof-, (the exceptional'opportunity ' Condition""CaliigrapM: ex eJ1en.t Typewriter'for' Price! i\1$25,Sale.:;..:Apply 'I Mianil S M erg : Harness r :shiOP 0 ; ;: Near ::/ s

: 1" ;,giving the. of his observations I .to, borrow sti !'cient money to-4 I ,to,I!:-"C. C affeeITituSville: 2i-tf_ .1 ,; II \- '.I, 'Se r'' +
: his visit to Central America. c.ure.ut. needs ities. \, .. ... T . : ? Fine Hnrneea ]Work a pecialty I
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4, aclose'observer: ; : and 'talented\ The City ',Counc I.wantt: to':spend Have Jour bicycle done \ 1 All repaluull-Neatly Done' \\ :?;

t.. % fc :,,dtirij'f and any; artaclehemr'giit write. ll; OQin boyinjc\a I sufficient .\quantity; by The;Miami 'lcJe. d.repairing i L' . 1* _\\ 80ap .If-hC..., .. 3 t ;t..; SeDd'torF., .iceListroriNew.W| rk.-; t:
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k COCOANUT: :PROVE ITEMS. ,\ but I little niore than a year, and' al- the ,river 'front Were wrecked. At RE Chafer -,,. . .;...: -J a.........Z'o i 00
I' EST John ..... .. ..._ .. .,. . ;
eady i has one of the finestlookinglaces WF r INDJUOURICAN8 Ocala many fences and trees, werel, 51IamllceCo J ILaden._./.':. :;:. :::. .:. :. ,1500'1000

;, The {house of Harry Erue' is about in' that ViCinitY His front blown down and ,a, few; buildings. un- C McCrtmmon. .t.-. ...?. > ---.h._ 1000.

t I completed, ;f . :. \ \ d or- 'ard. enclosed by neatly built )roofed. ( i j.. Chaw Harney... ... .-...y.1..t._...rJ,. ...... 500::. '
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..w 'Joseph Jenningswill plant thirty stone wall, is a miniature paradise of Serious' 'Destruc ion of"" property at The storm (covered verjl wide area, ,,J I eaadel------------------E Lnramus.: : :::-::: -: :r:*."*...T..r{. : : S

:acres }D tomatoes this winter. 1 . beautiful flowers of ajmpst ifinunterablevarieiies. but skipped the extreme southern portion ...i--: .:,;.-.,; :-110
lIe Coco Indian River. of the. State It ,toe CantellanoOeo. : '
isal'sogxperimentlog entirely. \; was 'aoo; s'

.ished The'bouse, barring, of thepainting.Fred, Gardner.\is flue' \ ,oh sugar-cane and | peach trees. r -T--I : i '! followed by a' phenomenally* | tern- .1'l Rieker..1. fl-Barker-.:, : :.:. ;.;,., ::::.:.:::t -., ,S 1 S'00':'' '

i 00 a 10-Jicre tract, a few rods from his MORE OBlhLKSSvINJtTEYTO PKOPKKTY peea ure. i aThemercury'fell ; B )I.fjnl': 1' . ..:.-.4.i'.......:;" '. gar' y
C. T. McCrimmon and Tom,Tywnley1,, hO nei Mr. .Lang probab|i has one *"f otHER, POINT-FERNANDINA, to., 4$ at Savannah Son '

E visited the Inn last Sunday.: ,\ \ the choicest pieces of laid in thateighhorhootl. v ,\IFALATKA. and frosts' occurred in Southern Ohio C Ball H Stowe.Bros----------------------------. f.. :: : : ,._. ::; ..; 10 10 00 00\ l :

Mr. 'Ransom has\]',built a, \snug little Ifcan be easily ploweded i -rt- i and Indiana, and Kentucky,)k doing C LTrappAiBrongeesl.>. .. .r. .... .. ...,. A..... .... 500 E
'house far his road.- : "much the \ ,..:._. .... .... .....:..<.04"
man on th:..county; and on it he has set f>ut peach, Bad W hoijtt on Ry.,and also on damage to tobacco and corn .t. 1000
Edwin Nelson ,. .. ..,. .
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t Mrs.: Jl S.,Morse,\also Mr.'and\\ Mrs. guava',| lime, alligator peariand many the J. T and K. wE-Nrth of Titusville. .** The' LO Oliver Co.\,. .\-r.',; ....:... ; "; 1r.F.10 i
other varieties of trees which destruction to at Cocoa ._ .. ... 00-
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Kirk Munroe, are expected' from the. ., ally\_ property John Hewell & CoE ;: 5 y/tt.-: ;;:. to
-showing 'healthy growth. On will exceed tep.thousand dollar' .t; Four I, Brady & Co.. i. ..' .-.;..-.1'" i-S.- 10 0n
North
: shortly. ' \ releivpd here oil ChaA8mith..L. ..... .. . ...
Word was Tuesday were > : .1-:: 100.
his ; he is also demolished
Jacksoii i Peacock's' house, which is i 'place experimentingvith tight thai .the jiving were down north huildings, entirely and K F! Ranlerson &Bro....,i i?...:. .'1'... ,. .1000' "
eleven ( .
camphor trees and atjthe present blown oil their Ifonndatiyns.The J A McDonald... ,
situated ;Just south'of Jack Peacock'shome :' uf TitusviUeand-thatastrong_ gale and SA Belcher. r. . .[.'. :\ '.., .
i\ time there is every evidence of success. temperature fell to49?in Jackson- : : : .x.; : ::* : 1000: s
is pearingcompletion. ( . . .
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1 pturof.rain MBrickell
i Irs.! Lang is a! housewife ,who) knows very heavy'duwu, |! was'prevailing v file, breaking all'previous records for HarrettALeete.- P.r.. r500'

Messrs.; Goodrich j Alberts and hove : how to get up ,a good New '\England sOlJlewlU'r"i along that coast September. At Jupiter' it. went; down E C Dearborn :. -: :.-:-::: : : ,{000: r"S

well made a trip 'to. Cocoanut { dnner. Their younger' laughter north or Titusvjlle..' to.fjO. Train are now running on rtgular Bade,.Co.Commissioners:1. ..:... .,-. .,. 25000 'r

Tuesday ',afternoon,) via the bicycle leaves, next: week for Jacksonvile to The-tralnfwhich left here.'Tuesday schedule on the; .Fjol'1d',' East Total:to Date .. .
., route. \ Business morning returned to' Miami,! withoutany Coast Railway. shout 1928 00
i attend, ]Massey's. \college. The ,worst w Leave
Mr and Mrs. Wf(ngiand are domiciled' I The older daughter has been attendinghlpre mail '(room points north o' Titus- was three |miles long at'a( oint bout your subscriptions with Harry

at,, the Inn until the house of F, Ct : since'July. Mr. Lang is\an\ en- ille not being ablej to' proceed' north '15 miles north of Titiisville. The storm Budge, who is the bard worker for this ''

t Bush, their. son-in-law, is .ready\for oc- :, thaasiast on "good roads." t .of that point.' 1'h gyre tI'thus occurred << -- passed out!, into the Atlantic! off the No project cash, is or at the METROPOLIS office.. -
expected until the contract ,
I Wednesday. were unable -
.il i coast of South Carolina. 1
cupancy.. l 1 \ is made for ,the building of,:the road.,
t lull. home to get any mail from points northof /
and'Mrs.\ El domiciled .
'Mr. W. March
are '
Titusville bntil Ia4t.iiight. { 4 \ Whowilibethe.aextt- i
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user! at The Miami Cycle Co.s.t! t \ I" ? ? i i _. _ '_ i
March *
I'' in the Siebold House.' Mr \ -* .. -
II)+ has'charge' of the clearing nOW'bein'' I .. .. The most severe damage! to private 'RO fRO D 1 ECT\\ .r I
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i" 4 done by Mr., Boggs. \ T THE,COUNTY RO'AD \1 Property occurred at1 Cocoa, as told by Pistols repaired by The Miami:Cycle
the f/illowingreport ,to| the METROPOLIS Co'.4. . ., -
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a Mr. and Mrs. Boggs, Miss.Con4verse Fro Blscayne Ba>% "j liy Rev.M'V.\ Bfackman, who left From Miami Tb ugh the Beautiful Hammock . .. -

,\,p: and Miss Gracie are making their l lr One of the improvements most Deeded here on Tuesday In ruing for Saint to Cocoanut Grove; ', l; QWCBYSTWAY TO A FOBTDWE
'T 1 borne in the they leased. from to develop our country is a \igood .
r cottage Augustine' and was. detained at Titus- ,Under-the 'Better Roads'','in
: Ball Bros. but.take their meals at the l road,to Mfami. We have one already, I caption Four '
villeyesterdayl Thousand Acre* of Track Farming Linda
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from'Miami'' to Cocoanut Grove and it last issue of the METROPOLIS, '
: Inn.., r Ii. and Other Desirable Propertr.ror
Smle.
stand
: has been laid out and worked to tome TUE.STOKM OX IXpli BIVERl: we that a considerable amount
'U t Hon. J. W.EwanYisplanting out a boundary TiTCSviLLi Fi.A.1 bad been subscribed for this purpose 1 have* for-sale about four thousand
extent S
.t\\ as far as the ,,north of pt. 23, ltt7. ,
:.lot of citrus! trees'and' \t budding others, this township! From this point 'during EDITOR METROPOLIS] jiunday nighta but/ uch more is needed. While wed acres of' truck 'farming lands and lands -.?.
,and making other improvements : { suitable '''for. lemons and ,
:\ many ", the last! week in :August c6unty cyclone struck the] town of Cocoa 'advocate the.building\, ;better \ oranges,,( all
onn his 'fine property 'at \IE wan ton I reads Miami kinds of tropical fruits, situated on Bay *
; from to Cocoanut e ,
commissioner W- J.. Shone with S. II.
ruin in. its ke. The large
eavirig w
Heights! just south'of;the Simmons alone is1\ Biscayne,the garden spotof the world.
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1r Richmond 'as engineer, located the ''ex, furniture warehouse ,,6f 0- K. yet our opinion'that better z
residence. ,: ,' .H tension! to Jhe- north boundary of hetPwn'oi was blown into the, riv r'with buildiiig WbodSy results.will be obtained if ''we take;one Also city Iota .at Lemon City,and about1

.. ;; The Housekeeper's Club will shortly Cutler j near the present post- and stock a.,cbmpret loss. Those section. at a time' and do our' work wellas 17 acres of fine Bay;front land between-
Little River and
have another candy pull and entertain- officeeite. convenientthe line .we go,along.! Biscayne Post Office.;, I'ean r
So far as \, who have seen jit[ "Us the .most \ ,
say
fi' ment: ,This; has :,been;; generally .,re. has been laid .in long, straight',courses, complete'wrecb they'eyer, aw."i'The The present plan- into begin at;the be found domiciled at .my "orange

quested by'those"wbo' : were unable to following( the worthless rocky,, ridges, The bakery building which stood near end of the'rock '',,"oad'at the' north end 'I' grove three miles! northwest- Lemon'

r ,4 attend the one held two weeks ago. on but without' any 'regard to section the depot is entirely demolished. ( nothing of the.BrIcken hammock :and make City., Please write for prices.v
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account bad weatherJK rock road 8 feet wide and-4 inches deep' T.. D.-VBIOHT, Agent,
| lines. The' course acceptedtill\ I>erough being left but the {rive ./ The Old
i 2-15-tf-6p Lemon City.Dade Co. Fla.,
the-point where the road
to
,. Mr..and IJrs. Peacock, the, affable :at first but after being properly pool room thatstcmd w'estyw the railroad up begins . I .
the hammock. 'i
to penetrate From
i\. proprietors of the Inn, entertained the worked will make, a fine roadbeju was II over audUies 11 Inn ..itsback. Rent wheels of The Miami
Cyle
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wiih will si forever. A here a 2 3-inch .layer will suffice un- your
editor the.MKTBOTOLi8in; their usual bicycle run, . Edwirttiliiog"sI! iiew brick '
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til the thesouth end of the Coe i ,. / *-
hospitable manner;from': Saturday until from MiamiJ, to .Cutler with a .picnic warehouse was |unr6ofed| William prairie at I
\ hammock is reached. From that \ Best wheels to The Miami'
j din er in the hammock Park i is one of point rent. at
JJindl 's house blown
| Monday last.. He,came down, to rest off, : the blocks. "
1''and enjoy the cool( breeze of Cocoanut the attractions we hope to be able' to IIP.Shaws', house, was! broken in by to Jack Peacock's*\ house the plan is topot fJycleCo.'s., ta

\i. .qr :; \, *" J. offer at no distant day.,. \' the wind and blown 'off tile! blocks. down 4,.inches;and from thereronIhodes's Big I line of I new wheels for, .re'.1t "at 1
e't' y Converse t. 1.' .. .. I '" j Many''of-the: windows 3n tie M. EL prairie, a 12-foot road with 6 The. Miami Cycle-Co. ,.,
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On Tuesday Miss Eva re- "
4 + i nches'of rock, and from a 'a few '
t'N eeived from Georgia a fine,'saddle ,. \ The Miami Cycle Co.Oi1p south wall bulged, '' one else.jj
1 iv the gift of ,a new.roads'shall, have any foods' store! to Peacock &; SonV stor I Cycle Co. '\a
dozen houses less
more or damagedjS'o .
"i andrso .8foot.rm' a' width that may'be \ i/ < i i /r /
t 1. alt. or .
lost.Ther
,I been competed .ball. to I ''' lives were. ; were four\ A
; we ;expect pee ; Lots Active. decided later. s t' Seminole.Club ,
'4'. ;1', :Miss,,Eva try Its metal by a trip! to the ,lion. J. B. Rielly, agent'for jthv Fort went men in down X ,K., but Wod's all building escaped when without it I TheTeeentlieavy: storms have demonstrated : .lA. business meeting of, the Seminole h '

.t t : i :MJT: Boggs; .. *'v'r .- Dallas Jan( C(., reports the following serious injury. There ar'ejtwo fishermen beyond a doubt that we taiist Club will be held in its hall on' ;AvenueD

.. U ::A,;A. .!has a large force of men sales of city lots from lie14th \linst., .missing but hopes.an \entertained have good roads i if, we expect rapidly ,'at 7:JO.p. m.'one week from Monday,

t: -t at work clearing at the Siebold place. until st.'enesday'night: the\2-2nd. that they,were ashore south of Increasing communities Already;'Mr. next, October 4. Business -of impor-. .

:{. He .bas ten!; acres of hammock land _Tbe\lot sold.to Mrs. Sue Bradley Cocoa and are alive driven, At" "tus file no Tlagler Jias* built 'in.. Miami 'several tanre. All members are requested tobe
{ in for,trees. 'lie also hast Johnson is a'Nervalf1abe lot at' the present.,. C. H. GABTHSIDE
t nearly shape : damage was done.: The] orc ,of the miles of roads as good as can be found y
t. Ha force of men at'worlcgrubbingout corner venu4, B and 13th' stret.t--just storm struck. Cocoa t coming from the anywhere in,';.the' State;and his_good ... .ept..24:2, President., '
1 [Ozone Avenue,;upon which! the"Jot he north of Riely's res d nce.It\ southeast. No trains have left:on work is still progressfng.. Now let the -6. I .
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,r: ., 'recently bought;; Ewanton Heights fronts;on Avenue B 70, feet .ant lies the J. '1'. 'and K. W Ry.l lup to this eopletake hold and Iuild. roadsiranchingout Sitnation'Wanted.A f-

.' 11 located. {* j I' sa.; / 150 feet on 13th street. .A'.fine largedwelling time.; There' .are Jieavy 1 Wash uts".a and connecting us with \| thoroughly competent 'accountant -

{;1\7'_ .;:There are mysterious and, suspicious \ will} be erected'upon'-the' 'ft w miles out. from| Tit $.vi1I and our friends and, neighbors.: all-round office man desires an engagement -* ,
in tbeatmosphere at the'Grove.a same 'Lot 10 of block 121 is also ft roads be establishedh twelve Florida-
signs ; ] Heavier ones at Deep; lr-,- ek. The Should good once ; years in' ,
1 In our ?;'wanderings about, seeking valuabl !lot, the price being $l,000f,' It East Coast Line has washouts betweenI'itusville South Dade, they will stimulate'the wellj up in groceries, 'hardware' ;and '

r: \5).)whatVe might devour we :found John is. situated at the. southeast corner. of and Oak Hill. [Hopes are building of ''others 'throughout the lumber. Best references. S. H.- -

t Hinson"': hard ati: work grubbing about Avenue- C and\;12th street. entertained that thelrepatrs! will be county. Come to the front and. let\ us S p241t Columbia.' Fla... '

( his' home and! clearing up-generally; Lot 20,\ 15, to Nelson llorton, sufficient to How trains to gor soon see the' good roads leading from 1 ). I. ...., I '.

I John ..i* all right;.and knows, ,a .good Lot 20, bloc to Mary F. Stev liS. norrow.' 1 drop 'youjthUTline\ thinking Cutler to Lemon City in some other \ To Real Estate Agents., >- "
ngwben be sees it. ". 1 i iM Lot.Ilb, i121; to'Jno/W. VarneXorth' than in print. They wilt look
rtb\ ,' lf it might be of ergs .I) Fifteen way : Business was' so ,dull In, your;line
t iJack> \peacock isbuildinga'two-story': | doe.' \i inches of water fell I\ at \ 'itusvill better, be more 'iiseful for:traffic, better during the first year existence'
of lots ,block 120 to ; orour
34 1,2,3
1" | for" the farmer and
There is lake around the appreciated ; ''
a large depot
t. four-room bouse with kitchen attached; Mra.Lue Bradley! Johnson. that ,,we did not feel like urging you to -
fruit for he',will then' have
herebut a eto lifeor ( '
fortunatly grower
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outh-of nt 'Martha;Jane Pea- use printer's ink-very l lavishly.
Just '- Lot 7, block Cl, to) rs. Julia Rut er. Tour better access to the markets 'and to -#
cock's home on -the wbereMr.Samuel property. : irdlyi go Wei l feared we could not give '
i spot Lot 7, block tb'Philip Zoerb. :you
: his .in
and from- home \ about half the '
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Rhodes'srlittle but stood until valuel'receh'ed! : for your !money. : :_
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Lot ; to Arthur Weaver -
llv, It.| I time he now consumes :in making the "
about It The b kt.'ryre'fer.red tpasibeingso\ When there buyers'yod could '
eight years ago. Js'a delightful \, \ : were no _
placet and commands. a''' beautiful y.- \: :.. I, i I, badly wrecked was occupied and oper- I trip), and to the tourist and prospective , not sell] real estate. '_ .. .r I ,
aj. tt *'-** r w-- p M ated C. M. .Gueth valued subscriber settlers who are daily'coming into; Lots' is in advertising
view, ,of the Bay by n ,or money squandered .-
uncturee'mei'ded while you wait, at the'METROPO ,. lle\resid our'different\ 'communities, they will 'which returns. :
to : >Lis brings no
,: Hardee showed his .
iMr. WJ..T apple TheMiami i l Co.'s. of 'and
: Cycle \ be sources, delight pleasure{, .
atMiami last and wa
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ed year employed Judicious advertising pays better _-
elation of a visit to his homestead by ,
- UAt'jjinb
make
roads
; y- | p % | TT - Thebetter| we our. leading
.subscribing for the .METa01>o .ls: *We : by Adam Myer of the Nfcw York of interest than anyother investment, you. ;,can or' Jmake.
to another
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from
*.1 found"Mr. .Hardee:.followingout' the /i. : Jail.' bakery He is a big-hearted\ ;" whole- one point , ...\ -i I '

old maxin .that.' ' .,*. / .. In a' l letter from Dr. A. F QuimbY; souled honest German' whom*,many of the better argument and; influence wewi11'have If you have, something tosell and .
assist in him
to us getting to -
"He that by the plow would thtive,. j. our efficient :.and! genial county clerk, our people will remember li aSently. ; there aVe people who want what you J. '
Himself must either bold or drive." dated yesterday,{treating of, business. He has 'a very expressive f FeWhen'' remain a longer period with ns. have, i it will pay you handsomely '
,Kb doubt he will thrive for be 'was hfe- matters, he,,adds ;by way of postscript engaged in even>ordinary conversation Let.,11 good, work go 01&! The MeTaoPQustakespride :- make'; the fact known. ? -"

\roIFallyattendingltototh.! ! ; / the following newsy items of doingsin And we can imagine bit!,apPearanc in knowing: it has Lion I !!'believe from extensive dbserva--'

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Spending last Sunday1 at the Inn. He The two M1ami.ladies'in the county'jail he saw/his building being demolished estate dealer 'better than any other
more proud when they see the road
'owns an tacellent'tractoflandon'the had a go-as-you-please last night by tbd'gale. \ businessman, providing there is ,a demand -

,:.Perrine grant 'which. he, is having They threw lamps; cups and a bottle of The washouts on the railways'north completed.but will In ,fact swell, we with are.pride not sure that for land in the locality where" be .
they
planted outwith trees. 'Heia, thinklpg honey at each other and! a; chair was of Titusville were very seriou '1It is: so is located. vrr' ._ !
:of'enting''a'\ store 'at;this point and broken over_one ofjtbeir beads\.Ut took claimed that 'the, water depended almost they will be compelled to 'visit'theirrespective '. There fs a good demand for lands in I

mgvlng his stock'of drugs from Orange the jailer and two prisoners separate in a solid body and'atj certain stores and buy' largesizedhats. this vicinity. It is constantly i increasing. .

citytdown.here.\ Mr. Morrison Is. the them., One womaA was cut'in the'head points ;where small streams qross the l' > i Land buyers are_ arriving. in this ,. '
in last week's issue of

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publisher of'IBiscayne Bay." a' montbIj in two places.' Thywere f rien'ds,witba track sections of piling whi4h were promised section every day.> ;. .'1
YF driven fifteen feet into the solid the METROPOLIS; ?,we publish the name If make sale of a'thou-, :",
Sheet is issued from 'I"udlte'and settled, it last night. earth you can one
which
[ } ? Cutleri of those who have promised to pay the 11
i > : 4k.5test i't -r were carried away. North ofiTitus-- sahd-doltar\ property with the help of

i '. ids'TuesdiymorninglastMr."Sumuel cyc}oiflO c nts. Finest' cbalrt i ville th principal damage:,'resulted amounts'set' opposite their names toward the METBOPOUS and get a commission ..
Rhodes.with blood in his ,eyes, wenttotllevicinity graphite 10 'centsJL"| _" Best, from the torrent of rain; i it being esti- paving with rock ,the road between of ten per ent., you will make enough '

', of the postoffice hur ting cents.. \iTht|MJami ceIl1ent'.1'' mated that over fifteen inches'fell,' in Miami and. Cocoanut Grove. money -out _of theone'transaction to !

J. LI Bates i of an.arti t .. while ... ... . ., .iioooD of ..
for ; writer{ ,1- ,24 liours, at Cocoa, 2 \ \ AEKIngsley.t\ i-. pay, for a 191 advertising .
cle ion ,*'Goo -'Roads .that appeared f south of Titusville, the injury inflicted E 0 WII1Jams... . ... .. ..... "' I. ..1000 We are confident time has arrived '!"
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Sensatidflt. .
Another ,. a00
Key yeTbeTimesUnionjantl COHCTOTC r.!
.OVf bis signature' last Week' MxTsorpus. : 'was ,maily by'thfc wind. Titusville! WwCnlhertson-------------5' ' ; '.' . : ". : WOO when it w,ll' pay- you' handsomely'' to

If I Mr.Bates was in town, Citizen of yesterday -- not suffer an1material damage' Frank nudge-------------------------- 000Townley ,.use onr'adtertismgcolumns liberally. a

he rtainly kept very shady, for',Mr.: contained the\ folio won g. ;, ,. SouthofEau' Gallic' the gale) was not Bros.'.;:-;; : --1--.--.- 1000 Describe the best bargains you have
5oa
bodpscouldno4getwithin; Key West SePt, 23.--DavidT! the col;,. 'at At JRDewey. -.TZ'.las ---\ for ,
gunshotof atalVsevere. Jupiter only slight Samuel tthodes. ..: sale; and give price. VAH 'goods -
( hinj.) ,:The ;sympathy ,of this com-. lored coachman of Jeremiah'Fogartyassaulted' On Lake Worth.: otb1Dg in the Way of H EtDe -- j.--.; few marked ,in S plain figures! is the. ,best; s
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mnniiy 'with Mr. Rhodes w the. 17-yeair-old colored, servant an unusual blow noticable. , M Jackson JR.. 1-"-...... . .- if 3000
spent was | policy. if { .
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"a;>great deal, of ,time'and .nioney..in girl, at 11 o/c6ek;,this morningand \\: :The wV ther bureau sent out warning -:. \Goodrich Bryn..iVJ . -" ":r"..::.- .2100* }o Prepare a:.price' list'of ,everything ."

and draining'what will i : escaped. The negroes are much Miami . ..... [ .. . -
grads g even \ of.the storm to butt they F s 1000 you have fpr sale and have us print ..
tuallylprove, to.be'. a road; that will be incensed,- and':,are \\\making..tbfeatlJ.\ ,Were 1 not in time to"reach[ here lf. .>'li"' :;.....,,.*,...C L.... '1000 50 you a few hundred copies in attractive,
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the pride' of Soutl:1: Dade; county..Tbe; that; they will resofjl" rtolynch' : before, th ient' res\went down and 'we : ; t.. i."'-.:.-. '500S form. Send! them to your correspond-
grumbler ease grumbling and The coachman is 19 years t)ld;' a mar- no .
had ide a 'gale was prevailing L .v.v> % a 00 eats Tbey-\wiil| save you .three times;; ,
forward with rifcd man with a family pt,three ,chil Monroe* Hinei!,. ....i. ,:;'.Jffc.' J.2500 (
Instead step hissubscrip.LastlTuesday" : J W Watson .. ..-p. .,,,, _...4"5.1000.
>taonlj; f.: .dren. '. ...V.. JF .. > _r At Fernandin'a the :shipping inl thearbor W M Brown.Prer .-ti :. ,*#*....,A.-:'. JO'00' You need not write,a long letter, jU8t'la ,
. your' 'correspondent 'i ;. ''.'-I'.r.' . wa],tossed about,, and Considerable anders& Atkinson.L-v'v.-l.. ; _.KM) short note, and -enclose a price list C

had thd pleasure of a visit at Mr."A. F. Central Business, Lot for Sale. :, damage resulted along thewliarfs' The Jas. O.Scotchmen.Williams ...._.*.,....k:.:......,..!:.R.-,-.r--fT.. .500* 00 and they will make,- sales'for you.. :"

Lang's (home,about two 'miles 'southwest _The west '60 feet df the!) lot upon and harbor\CronL\'\ imilar damage oc Walter II Brown .?c'1J\:4.-'-f.: : to 00 aug27-8p-tf. ." % _. "
:.5of' Cocoanut Grove ;postoffice. which 8t.aud8.tb Metrpollsbatlding.Aidfodtstreet ,curred Tampa. \-- 'i\I. ', Lo ett&La"Li"r ;; : "\ *-r' ;"'.....'"I .lootAroreu . ..
.\1-. :;Mr.'Lang,'-with his.family, has been ; divides lot:; :Enquire \l 'The streets of :Palatka were\deluged Tl ,1 8: ."::'|...:;..;:.v./ZL; ,.;....;:*+/_;........I.\..,. JO B 00TO" 00 Large lemonand orang ':; gees. r F '.:J- '

residing .there'on. a ,IO-aacre4ract for 0f W:M:. Featherir:;; \ 1 with" ...water'and,. ,/many. mall craft" along Wamer04..y- ;.......''I aork W. Batch, Oak Hill, Fla. se ,'. -i;( ,

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; r' I l THE MEUROPOLlk \ ,
MIAMI
SEPT. 24.vr i 9? j'

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R Buena-' \\ feu. in Jacksonville table, as there is a great demand for I t
\ INDUST I Ian I ESOU.ES uch ties by the railroads.:. n.1893 ranged in' price from,$1.05 to $4 :,
\ per barrel, the tatter, price for. Water" i
STOP AT THE 1 have been conservative in using an tyhite. '
In 18W
Water White
Some of .the t Many Industrial Alts estimate of 1,000 feet board measure tone O per barrel.Resin I.. 'brough'S3. ..
tCl' acre.' If ,we add ,to the above
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: V'n That Can be Prosecuted \ ?! is now quoted at from $ttiJ' -
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mount the
valifeof
VistaCottage ,! and the live oak! cypress to $i in Wilmington Charleston andavannah.
other trees enumerated
With Without we '
or Capital but Pluck and Energy These ,articles ere now
1tI\i\ ire Neceuaiyto: \0 Achlere the would, have" a value in timber alone ofnotx lower than they have been for 40 1
Highest. Success is Florida. far from. 1,000,000 on; a tract<<; of years.
R rattle Avenue I Therewould therefore 'a'tract '
\ r near Bay on of
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I 1- 16, OJ! acres, making due allowance for,
[Two miles north Miami! Street. IIY J. FHANCkS LE: BARON, C'E., swamps and, PQnd Recent, experiments 6,000 acres' .,be about 20 long or Carolina '
1 ., -jcloee, to! the Railroad' De -. From the Ja-ko: inville Journal of Commerce, conducted 8L crops, arM 25 short or Florida "
by the U.
pot, 5 minutes fr m the I'" and publish***! In.the MFTROPOLI*by courtesy \ Department crops, ibe1atterUPPI'ing40'barrels' '
\ -: '. Quit of the Nf\Rr\ Hotels) in the City to :and IIt.'rJ1\I'I..ltllI| tt J.V.. Whitetitlltor and of Agriculture' hive f' l'Ct,,allynploded : of. \
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\ : 1 proprietor of tho = spIrits and 160 barrels of resin
journal Copyright
the Union Dep-jt former: to a
; New Rnilding, large, airy. j \ e Bedrooms crop, or'a''total) of 1,000 barre a of spirits -
' : American $ to 82.50 per day ANY persons ask which has been "boxed"; 'or b"led .0;
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"> hunting; FisLipg] .Boat1 : ', Ra European Rooms SOc, 7f c, $1 us the question, for turpentine i is. i in any'way;weakened and 4OOObarrels of resin per year, ;
t } In anti "4,000
v ; barrels of spirits and 19,000-
I I V "If I settle iA'y'o or deteriorated or rendered lessdurablethereby. .
brenclCuteine. \
'1 el' .R. Bixlfcy & Son,. t . On tl barrels of'l't"8in in four 'years., If the '.
r town, what contrary the resultsof ,
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1 Chas. COur \ t'ntire.tract is worked the
Prop. report would
Si :f : ?, -tf PROPRIETORS. can I do to make very many\tests made' ina: very be as follows
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.f'H.tl'l \ .1- i: :/' a living?" It isproposed I thorough ,manner, show slight in
First year 25 crops at SOX).....; .. .:. )"QJ' ,
.\ i 'i to answer crl'8se.in strength1 and fullyas durab e. j M N. .. M. 73*......'....". L_ 18,400
\ Third N N N eia. ........ .
; this questioi q The predominant varieties of' ire e S Fourth<<" ,N " .few, ..?...........,?;. 17,200 I6ooa t
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4 and call attention the i in Florida aretpe, long-leafed pine and Total tor.tour yeas.............. ....:$7i: OO,!!' :1
I + M1AMi +- !! to some of the Cuban pine. Many:: (, the former. If the..fire does not get In, the, orchard :!
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i' many industrialarts are the variety known as .the'clirled!. : 1"I can be chopped for four years. "
that: ,can 'be'prosecuted, with pine, which makes: : beautiful '
or very
The
-.hov estimate U -
made fol-
't J\\ BUSINESS RESIDENCE C Cf without capful cabinet wood. j jv \ lows : + up as f j
and -
\ : There are \two' classes ,of industries TCRPKNTINK OKCHARD. i First yt>IU's erop- t\t
from which Owing to the ;continuance'of 40 bbls spirits
to
choose warm turpentine: ; 'It.OO.I48CJ.
viz: Special .
I weatherthrougbout 160bbls! resinat.... ... ...... 240. 330: -1 ICO ,
\ those especially adapted to the location, I. the:year,we have;a 3 eoml yearscrop-- ,

f :; ,. I-LOT I : \ and yeneralor t Hat latgeclasa of small much longer running season in Florida ,19)40 bbfs bbls spirits resin.turpe.ntlne.4t&.... ...........'12.00.1480 I.GO..Z'ia'l3S
'I ,; industries, wi i can be followed by than in North or South 'Carolina, anil Third. )'esrs erop- .

: 'Now, \'For:1:"Sale.: . 1 I''I ; '. .\ industrious; 'a'ICf ldl skillful persons in"a it is at least six weeks t earlier. tThe 100 40 bbls bbll!! spirits resin,at turpentine........VM.at 112.00- UO$688 208- 688 ,.l J
Fourth ear's '
k E capital is j erop-
required not
t measure regardless of location, rest : large,the :
L : I. 1 or 40 bbls spirits turpentine at Sit 1:1480
1 ti I deuce, such, as Jt.... work done by the principal cost of; the plant being the, 1" bwtlSJuat.7'.. 1.00. 180MO. _

: \ I I 'OIt.ll1Iunitit'S bf j&hakers, the! lace makers still, which. costs $000 for an ordinary' Total 'f.{ ...........<-.* ... ......*.*.,..$2,864.

l Pri FrOnf'JOO to 1tooo\par Lot of Europe I, making saws, umbrella size.Resin barrels are made of rived, ,hard The ,value of the 25 crops ,tbat this

: : s ticks,curioaitie. 'and souvenirs' ,brooms. pine at the still ':The. resin is poured land is estimated to, yield is therefore >

and brushes!< er'ates and boxes, axe Into them hot and immediately' cool 71,600 ,for four years:chopping at the
; : torainglo Location : 'litllvp8, pick ImuiilVs rustic present xct'ptionably low ,
: toys, furniture and hardens, so the barrels,'can br and: : prieese;
i spools .and : Bobbins, mast ringseiieers ', are and' The value per.acre, is as follows:

l'h 4-- ., \ etc. ,Iill'{ speak of each in i Barrels very rough cheap. \ First year.-.. ........-.t ..... ...-..$3 00
\ for spirits of turpentine cost .,.... .. .
Heeondvear. ... .. ....... ._
: 460
i Railrokd their! order. j : about the barrels Th!rd jear,..:.. ..... "'......_.....?._
same as kerosene <
4 r I fare to Miami bvef the Flog't' la Eaat'Cdast, Railway will be refnndeJ tb and *? .t. ..I' 4 :so ;
t >..pas., .Fourth year. ............. ......y...,'..:.....
ir I each purchaser of a lot;provided porchas r drill province receipt for such fare which. "The I hold. forty-five to sixty gallons._ The and ::tbe:average .
I cabbage pa metto trees to a yield ,is 10 to 13 -
grow
wil I b received cash tn fr I t.Si '
: as part payment | : wholesale price at factory is $1.25 to
: : { length sometimes\ 80and90 feet,_and $1.50.; Ion? per acre of:spirits' of ,turpentine,
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I : \t. Call on JOHN B REELLYf Agent, ,- prove the' most 'desirable' timber for They'box all size trees down to five and.jfor.one. crop about, ; '2,080 gallons.. ,'

:H' : ' Fort, Dallas\ Jia id Company, Miami, wliarf piling' s bmarine cribs and or six inches iu diameter and in from' The average. yield acre in.resin is
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"I' : 'Vico-PreM breakwaters, as' hey are almostunnarine one to four places. '. 8-10 to 1 barrel per acre; per fear. If
E INGRAHAM '
p! >' 'JOI < : I touched by the worms which One man will cut from 100 ton 200 \the statement made by theComm.' s->-

>;.' !I l.f I \ Fort#, ;Dallas Land CSt. AugustiueFla.receipt .: tlestroyallother :}fonts sea water' i boxes per day and 'there are 15.to 30 'stoners. of Land and Immigration in'
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thee latitudes in a.short': time. 'Theselogs trees. ,to the acre boxed, Florida Is correct, that 'it costs $450 to <-

: : : bring aMtu4Ilil' each when 60 or From November 15th to March 15thhas 'make a long crop id IsM, it'e'bouJd.cOs

lief ANI 70 feet in I ngtbl'.1' .t\ been fixed by law in Georgia as the less now:, as.priced are. lowers 'But figuring , ;
LItt1e} Iilisphateq ,
;,, PIFe1't11120r: q ., The hammock \lands of Florida re time for cutting' boxes., it at $43fr'per crop the net profit,

: J. those O\'t'red i h a thick forest of Four men will( cut and'dip 4,000acresin ,s' easily. found, which ,:would be.$330
'. t" , deciduous 1 treed ', season., dip the boxes the first 1s I
: i''J4CKSONVILLE, ', FLOFIQAi: : +cedars or cabbage They about year, $288, tbe:second year,
f: i palm They contain large,qnantitiesof every three weeks. s f 238 the third jear, and $190 the fourth

l ,1 live oak, vain I lift! for tihip limbs, Dipping commences ,ad soon as the j'earper. crop; and:the:cost,-of working

" \I red bay or Florida mahogany'whicl boxes are cut, and at the same 'time i all the 25 crops ,for four: ,years *
iahafactarers f n F ! .
lligfl-Grae ert1z611sS r \take; a fine polisl and is!,ImostqtJa l "chipping," ,or cutting off the, bark be- would be $432, against value$71,600' ,' .,

Ito the Balize main gany for ,furniture' gins, which ,is: followed by '''hacking frayinga; .,net profiler$28,400in+ four

: put not nearly so,I bird. annulling"whicpconaiats"incuttPg ng years., or '$7,100 per :year, a profit of *> }

r '" ''; oucrs, 's eo i1 lttIiC_ ( .J;ct" Fe tfl.cr% The red. cedar, i! used for makin streaks: or gouging the 'freshly bark! over' 70 per cent. _, :
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: i ;, 1. 'PiotG t V. '1 Mel C11CLlPest, \\l 1 i. pencils! and in bo, and ship building surface. to keep up a flow of 'gum. The":first< year's, ,crop of Virgin Dip

The> berries put ?If spirits. make Oen_ This' work continues I ,about the turpentine produces; nearly! fall "Win: '

r : !i fO .Vpgetahle: No. 1 , and 1 ittle-: Bros,. \Tomato eva gin, and a res'! equal to gum sand:. lot ol October, when scraping' '' the dow Pane" and ""Water White" resin /

i,' : Speeial l are; the, 'JJestBrjnas on th,] ? rock distils from: the;tree, used in ma k- hardened ,gum':, of the trees is", begun. w hich generally brings $4 per barrel. f
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k J ( ingvarnish.AM The "scrape"'makes'a. very.inferior, It IS now down to $
; : 1 ; <'S Q;and the price or
-"l', 'I t "' ,. f lU' 4.,1 , market, for, toms. oe ..I, ,\ ,' I \ magnolias | sweet-bay, from the resin.. ; spirits of turpentine is down: In about {

I .. :J't / Elfis. ) ,' .iiliams. *. '&':;;. 3' anscp'rri)3. )tt, Agents, ..:\ ... j gum leaves,
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\,,-;; \ t-JtS'- A-_II c 'i' .: -{.: ,.- "'i f,' ..L -XA-> ..e.. .. valuable! gust ot.ttte1same scent as atorax'mulberry and can 'be obtained from .200 profit than ,appears 'possible,with the

-',",_ " 1\\ I' '. _, '. I ,. -,: : liicKory, holly, American acres,:or,60 boles per acre.' .' present low ,prices. From" the_information -
: ; r'n- r- /f ,olive, ilatln\VoOd'', naked,wood, myr- ':In Georgia and' *' given me by Mr.,'Ward, before,
Florida
; tle, ,nettletree,. very strong[ and good the however, referred to<<: it appears'-that the cost is
is
: "crop" reached at 16,400
boxes ' '
It North: : : [ for wagon shafts; and many others. ahut'$480 per crop, and to this must be .J
from 160,
"M' acres,:or 65 boxes: : ; per acrew'hich ,
The shallow '\ added the cost of the 'barrels) ,
: :ami: : pondsscattered, through I shows a better yield: in, Florida coopering .

., the country1 are Bl1'edwith ,cypress than in Carolina The first year's crop hauling to market, t repairsand'
'
[e L : I trees, and in interest ot' the Invested. .
.many places willows. The money .
. : in Florida, ,consists, of 240'\, barrels) f
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r \. .
tV I J" j t.' , i' I larger cypress: tree iturnish excellent "'\ irgiti Dip".turpentine, on\ or : TAH,ASD,p Tch..:
gum
I < ; 1 : I'r lumber. ,.which bringj more than:double I 43% boxes to a 1'relor., i barrels The manufacture' of..tar.'nsed to be a
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1 ;.. the price of lumber considerable:i industry in Florida
pine in the Jackj as is
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"T'd'.io-.N'.L j per acre and: will yield,, 40 barrels of
,? ;" =Will Operate to sonvjtle m 'rk'ft, and;, the smaller trees j spirits I and 160 barrels'of resin4 The evidenced>by the numerous' remains of s =
: are. in good d [ railroad ties, tar-kilns found in many places in the
JTTerminal
an1lrpr Virgin Dip is tbebest, The second
n I I telegraph and Shingles State; but the industry has for
.f year's is called and many
: the gum "Yellow lip|"
Ii : l' Develop :.. laths and 'sidings are1made from both the cutting goes higher on the',tree. : years been'aban'do ed .and apparently

<&1 r --.- \ cypress.and pine tie\firmer being it e''b ':+ The third year the_ cut goes( still forgotten, which is wonder: ,-" at It'.s"qqit'e '

;. ,' I ; .,, ,. (' t. Orange and.tf stablecratesand |higher' 'and'' the is not ; profitable," and requires no capi- ,.
gum so '
fc3Cf bones ,are -made from pine goocSometimes tal..' ,*. .' 4.
PORTION0 lumber.'
NORTHERN
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: THE : CITY: they cut four :years and go TAr
Y\:, t ., : The e and laths.can |be made from' trees '15 feet high., One "inspector* can-shperintend is :obtained by distilling l pine
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1. rt\k.MiJli .a : too small for: regular hlm1x t ; >r. Before a dozen_ "crops." wood aDd' pitch is obtained' by-the distiilation -.*- ,
i; \ ; this fo.jilN t lie!late freeze there were 4,000OitO'or- of tar.
: ,are! only ,half I a;: 111 e w: { Jilr. Ward, a turpentine maker of The method St
boxes I' in making
sure used in the tate employed
yearly', tar
Bladen Glynn '
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P, t, 1 Terminal l, or a few minutes walk.Siz. 60flJO( : lI'bt"to'" ''mention .the .rgetablepearpeach ) |to me that it costs county about, Georgia 23 cents' stated= :, is very crude," A funnel-shaped hole is

: .r:. "' 1j\I i rear of ,every: !lot. t/tOo, I nd breezy . ,. and.other' 'fruitfcrates,amount- ]Ion to make spirits of turpentine.a.ga dug in the ground, about eight feet in

; 'I iljP : : ; Ing to nearly if; not qu; haltas; much 1'herein is the' .i'n diameterat the top and 18 inches at the
residue. left the
Ideations. '
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1! I: "''Li : :: .' .' . \ ':' more. It would be eaMto say that 50 still after distilling the gum. Thecosof'making : bottom live, feet- deep. .Atthe
pr b : F... : per cent. of these are made and brought. t is Is''plac an 'iron pan or
; .J PRICE $50:O'O TO'" 75.00 therefore all paid,for by kettle
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l out here from! the north. to receive the tar.. which 'should
i the { 'I '
:' spirits and the profit is' in the
. : ;< Sawn.into round blocks. the cypress i resin.It have [(a' spout ;leading into another.receptafle
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: :: Buy ogle] Awhile they\ 'may he.had: ,ph :ap;: They will : is largely used foretr4et'paving.sBai1road is stated li' the' 6th '..A AnnuaItRe\ set in: the'ground" at a lower

: ties bring! .from 20:to 20 cents eachand port of the'Commissioners of Land and that the tar: can run _into .It...

1'B' .worth J double\ a. lew T '' months: hence 4 r when the'New' there are three to.s ii to a tree.. Immigration ,of Florida that it 4ost The hole t is then. filled ,up with,:sticks

3i ; ; 'er i1 \ completed.' /Easy' .TeriRObbins' I .. ,In ,the sloughs and ,sv amps.are found about.' $-iW to' make' a' long crop. ''in 1847 ,and+ sumps (cutup) of,,pine trees,and

j I '' ,I.. ''gum,,ct'darlash, mapU'/tan) bay, with At 23 cents a gallunthe: cost would be a fIre lis lighted at the,top.. his_ then.

;, \ : \ lit it: : &,i, Gmham \ bark very rich in tannin magnolia, $414 for a"short'or Florida crop. covered completely' with turf and left

1 I .'I"r" , bickory, water oak, tnp4lo? and bald cypress , There' are, fourteen differentklnd's oresin. f to 8m ,tder. Th'e.'tar distills fromtW

: ,f2I uly97-t! : ; )VER POBT OFFICE.I ,' the latter,often growing{ to enormous ., .""Window. .. White' and "WaterWhite wood lands: r dr.opsn the: : :bottom.' : In'

; \ ] Also or'cork ," the best made !low the wood.is
> ,size. balsa!! i >Fad, : are from.virgin piled up on the
: ' \I, ,'.. ". i'( .1. . . .. ---.-1nti, l- . --- .tree:, excellent ,for:" making geese and ;boxes.r. Of course the price' of resinandjspirita ground surface and a dome of earth Is s.
f : ; rtro "ue\ta'A () $1perozGipetpound* .1 _duck pipe fluctuate with market carefully built'around it
,' 1FJort' ; < CHK decoys Of the lands I.estimate !- [ the with thicker it,
tlq rown.ou! ear I 5 t\\(
; '::snnrr.,7"c.l'er, i,to i .m i.rlb. )fllnt.ifllf'tlJrfnlt : 1,000 cubic feet oC1'nlt."rchalta' le In 1874 the. ''gum of crude tnrpentin wall,' tithe.bottom, so as:to make the ..

1ft.# ," < T, : olJac. co See ,\ ; IASf tr.lnfI Tolarlb sFAbu 4Pcp.o; 'it't 1 Pr'*rieHcR'.iX Ib MKU' per AN r. timber to. the:acre.. I A i itUlLKOAD I'" of Virgin, Dip was worth $2.7 per;,barrel .. interior'lof. the shape'of an inverted

':ir.';,.. I" -' .. .pnatpaidt1.W: ,Jernriettcsprut.:*,11.< lit., relbtnot 011\112.15\,; : frelghtinrt p\Jl.nstJgu: TfE8. :k at. the;,still ''and', the .distiller furnished cone#s htle' ,the:outside is right cone. ..

i'om' J ( . y ': Itromi not prcpalij.; Choniivlier, We her Ib-port paid, Tiesmade; of'Jlightwot tl" ,'or standing casks; and the< value of'a Ion g Pine tar brings: $3.25 per barrel, pitch
hSftc JrIbjw 't rftliJ1'! billet, the l&ct fod(' 1.4' pcrlKpoiFt .l'UtMorcrvr. .-In lots of 275.. It.
a q r"_ !not I'rf'J>al&1V pi(; lb.. AH ohr se wi>' *t tquar.r, fe 1 fa I timber that b"as. been deadened, crop was estimated_ at average pricesat , . can be profitably made dur
S' ;' Stock Food. P JxrpkUIntermUioual, Ponltry.t'QOd,31M' pktI LlCAMKROK.luternatlon, bring three : ,times inK the 'procefs"ot clearing land by
or four much
as
\. more $825, or a short crop at $721.37.
:: 4 jan k7 U-hi : i c laekt, + n\"il1e using the tops and branches and
Fla 11 :
i
:' .., ,- -'p- ,'-----0.--0- 'w.- -. .. ... ., as 'I live:,wood: ties, on account of their! ,It inowworthabout$64 bra short stumps\of\, trees, and by" collecting the
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1"4' : 11 I' .r long life.i :, ,I have Teen within 'a few crop. In 1892 spirits turpentine :averaged dead trees" in the woods, and pine knots
:
.' : : ::1 J"\, Choice 5clcc- .,years eilightea'ood"'ties.Jn: i a 'railroad 37} cents per gallon $31 and all tbe pine wood unsalable as lum' .
f pe
= p"'' .t f at-the'office '',track in Georgia,that were: .placed! ,therebefore'the barrel. There is, only one,quality" o r f: dead her or trees railroad that times have ,been and deadened'by using the in

;;3 'f'io&iaiiiuiesi& l n" t' '<|f'.the: METROP- war which 'were',in as good spirits of turpentine.; At'the present t clearings Tbe tar obtained amounts'

.;:,:' \ ; ,' LIS. tY . rh1 I 1,This condition i, as :when, placed in the.,track, time it ranges from 2$ cents, 'at.Savao: to about. ,, 17}.,per cent.- of the'-,wood, .
ised *
business ,might be made to 25'aenta'at -
vertpro- nab York.
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: \1. \ 'THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, SEPT:. 24, '1897. .. 7



for License: wire. being duly sworn, says that he'Is aR'eDfl ". Ten Acres, at .North Miami, z

) North Miami Town; i th . Mlun/Fu.Petition September JIthlB9'1.T I fot petition C. B.,w"u:3 Knott,the: eaeh applicant denature In the, ID foregoing the said I JJeing 'thee' }$ of' ne if ot ne U of Section }

: a ) \ : ersluandfor) tln. honorable l>:ule Board County County' State('ommli'of Florida: lon:: Iwo petition credible witnesses mark to tbe affixed piesence.pTat and-tothe that each lean and I: East,30 lying, Township between 5tt tbe, South railroad of Range and Bay.41 .I .
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foregoing
B. Knott: : rl'r.ew:: I very close. to the Bay. Good land. Price "'
General
< Yonr petltlonerJC. Superintendent (he net and deed of the parsuupurporting : .
Ranging in, Price, From $' 0 to $ 1. 50i! wUheK to Hell liquorn, wlne and to sign the same and that there ao: .
"" iwr In Klectimi DiMrl<'t No. 1;of Dade County, was no fraud. bribe"or deception in prnrnr 2-18-tf IU>"hlXS &; GUHAU. ,
A iselectc List o'| Day BUcayne:: I'ropcrty.j -1- i State of Florida: fur 4ho year commencing\ Of- lug such signature or nark, and that all of _. )
toper l..t. A. i.. K'.I7! and ending the roth day oft ic.,("leoatnreit of the registered voters! attached ---- S.- S - -' :11
I I' Fruit Trabts and Cjh'cap Lniul: : fur InvCMtncnt. September, Talks sod jiereby applies to your lumoril tosahl application were obtained after the regMration :. ;
lt to unto the petitioner the list had been revised the Board NATIONAL!
Frpst7lroqf l carin Orange G"IH''o > hOtlY grant by of
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\ j i. Irighl' to aril an('h honors- wine and been inHaid County'Commissioners of Dade County. FlorIda .5 1. .
,11\ ;, '' J No. i 1'lintpiiato> LntuU.Choice ; ..Ieellou procihot. and he pray hou- in June, 1897.! 'JNt>. B. BEILLY. HomeSeekersREAL 4 '
't ioraBUIxMly will grant him a permit II) make. Sworn and iiabm'ribed to.before me) this tUb .
of huch alofc. KesiK-ctfnlly.\ day of September, 1897.4.. LJ PATTSRSO.V.L.J : :
Property Every Description . J '; KNOTT. [ S.] Koiarjt Public. ESTATE EXCHANGE.'
GPf1l't.1nllCrlutIlUdt'nt.:\ :
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MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION ON BOTH THE EAST. AND '. | Applicant.iVrjJohn :1

:; j i' \YEST'COASlj.: \ i ; \ B. Seilly, Agent. PLACES OF. INTEREST. S :

,i i i ,We. imdi'rsitfiedj\ i ( U-hiR a majority of theeeNtereil About
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To Be Seen In and Miami and Elscayne Eihanging '
1 :E: A= -VV dd1i : voters or Ftie('don Pretlnct So. 7, of Property Property aSpecialty. 11
\ Dad.- Comity Florida I shown by the list ol Bay. I i Send Description .of'''what '
'- TlZiam.i regiu.leredtoterafter' revision by yr.iirhoniJiable !Mile:! ..
marltf-it ,' rla. \ Irfiard at n met alai,lu June, 1I9.!:!: most re'jipcctfully wish\! Mackerel.Fishing.. .10RapidaoftheMiBqilk. 'yon have and. what yon want. - l

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: Kraut unto C U..Knott. N permit to cell 1urjng The Florida Everglades ; : . 4Seminole \ MALABAR, IXDIAN RITEB. FLOBIDA.i .. t. :
October Indian Camps . . . .. .. 9 r y
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eoinmenciu 1897! and ''n :1>
-: the ending year September 3I1I d. I'iti! an4 to grant! the The Punch Bowl and Ruins .. . .. . .. ,. . 2 j i C. CARROLL.. *,4.. I it r ;
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above prayed for Cape Florida and the Old Light. '" gFowey (k4. 16-tr-ls ,
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apldientiou a4 ; Real ,
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i Rocks Light '. . ...\\.f.< ... .15 Estate Agent. t!
, 7( I : ,o'rF.R... 11 : "OT 'R9J The Florida Reef . f.. .1.-;\ ;.. . 15 . r ,',
A Ji'l"lIald : UAJ Manning Deep Sea Fishing.., : .: : :". .::.i . 13 -
11'I, H. Edwards) IW I Taylor Tllt' oral iardens . . . .J\;. ." . . :. UO ,
Jno B. Hell1y John Buri1) .a. Bear Cut . . \...\, . 4 MIAMI PAINT: SHOP
\ 'o.grove: ,Will Johnson Norris-'Cut.::" : -:. :,: : ? : -' '.;;;;; : : : 2 ;,
E \\. 'rl'l'ht'r P 0 I Cur' C.esar'sltoekandCreek..a.....y .-..'.. '" .. .. 25 *
II ,F EI'ruggs his lliott's Key ". .* .-. t..vH.j. . 25 T. J. WEAVER.'PROP-R.
l lt .T (i- Ryan I''B J x Wilson Key Largo,..::. :: . . : ::: ::: ;.....,;!.4. . 80
W W Malllhlin' \ mark The Hunting Grounds .. ...vli.l.- 15 House,'Sign. and Carriage
F \\' U..llu / ij Af dcLendonJames J1 am Filer's I!rove ;. :. .. : : : :::. .::4.: .-::::: 2 : .
Thorn Sherman Maths Little Kiver. . . . ... ., . ....,*..].\[.. .. 6 ;
A J'I'IRac John Frohoek Arch Creek . . . .. . . .. . .'......-U.\ .....13 ,
\ WiJ\ S Thomat' Peter F Nolan Natural Bridge.- \ ',-.I.. IS \! Ja
ChS' Carroll / ''J \\1 WillIams Cocoanut Grove.. > : .'.A J. ) & iiPainting
D Merritt' London Blackstone /emonCity., : :. y..:..... ; 5
I\ J USJOhn, Bllena isla. '. ; '. ,..ilH: .2
(Ch" x' Jonea Gel)W FowlerpiaTt1 Cutler. ... .. . . ... . .7 15fteBoyalPalms _
ttt' 11 Jenkins ". .." . ... ... .... .:... .- L.- 5 Decorative Waif v 1'
FrankMeott w 1011'bUUpe. Tile Giant BamboM.-.t" .4,:.i.. ,. .5 \ Paper Hanging a specialty.
J (1 Bravo his iUiOrange. Wild Lemon.. .:%.... .,: . ] :. 2lt'ild !Graining, Hard-wood Finishing
T I1Mingn J. x Ilurdllotr'y Lime' Groves -... 'If'. ;. 9aker's and Kalsomin .All work
': Adams mark Haulover. . T.' .". : : -: ::: :.. ::11..I;. :;. 15nakeCreek Beet r.
'I / hit hia f f.' . . . ......''r. . ,,20 guaranteed. of references r
I. Fletl'hcr.x Durham S la x Austlnt. 'lie Crocodile Pond: . . .,.":.:-: . . ..[... ..10 will be givecL '
( mirk mark i House of Refuge.. . . . .. . . . . ... ; . idndiab Aye. p and 9th St,. MIAMI, FLA. ,
/ :' }'raJ... stone : 1 m U GloverJ i 'Creek agd Oyster Beds. .. ,? .,\. . 10The *
II Brown nlll GtteecoB Old Ruin on the Miami . . . ? I 7mayr-ly-hf t
r MSmith, C: rmloe C.'Jtel1"noJat'k Fort Dalhtl. ,. L.' .. .. .
Smith V J Flory A Cruise on the Bay of Florida and :Among #
i J C KurT .John MnneyA the Keys . .. : . . . ,
4 E: :wirer: Wm Lowe The Florida Gulf 8trl'am. . . . .. ..j. THE PEACOCK INN -
I ( t' Hrllll.t'rholf It W Iloatrhtht tent Hour Sail toihe Bahama Banks. . ..1. ,
\ A 1. Allen GQA S Dukes
: E W.?IOIimaUn WF, Pope 1 '-LOCATED ON-
CA Flower J &blleidmaD.'E . :TA ]' I S )
l' WlUiam'lOlI L H GeerItnGtt
ilt-IIU John KronoitterL'Oliser B scAYist, ,BAY;
: We Manufacture all
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,:\ Ii L Dorothy kttJ Smith kinds Or j Fire miles south of Miami. ..
LOW T (' 1Ia1I11(1ton' hidurl! Cohen I andJatzes \i The oldest and largest hotel.
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: SAFETY OMFORT QUICK TIME RATES R P W'lhorn" Chft'lII.TboolpsoDg (bray ' I' IJ & on the Bay. Headquarters. .

., finest Cuisine and Service. A'o Transfer Between Jafisvnulleand$ Ale icP pork.f Allen' IStokes,Wr f Alf:nzn Goodrich B.nklnaJlln Cypress 9 ,'I for Clnb.the Biscayne Bay Yacht, .

> The Fleet isromposed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers : ,? luldrow J M Graham i V In : . ...
W.B Lewts 9 ltoonepbiv 1' II II nil i Dally Steam Launch Connection With Miami

r t Comanclie (new), $ ," Algonquin, $ "Iroqnois, f Cherokee o < i Seminole. Wl11iams AQth Said G BaskinJnlinsia Walker Teat 9 'Tank.sG. : Rates, S2.00Per Day aqd Upward: .

'H ' NORTHBOUND.II II hark Uii.: Fred Butter Special Rates by the Week.CHAkPLlCOCKiSOXProprieiors.. ;; ,
Dave li Ficldy II .J Bnrkbardt

Steamers to sailnccordinic ta the tide.r .. \ .. mark II Tuttle : -
are appointed M. DAVIS Si SON ,
\, From Jacksonville, Fla?:, (calling atCharlettonj; Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursday+. James\II Williams TE Uarr\lulverhouse Jordan ,
1 From Charleston a. CM- (-' Mondays. Wednesday* and Fridays. 1t'iltlafllTaylor' hl4 : L y Miller i Palatka, Fla. CbcOANUT GROVE, FLA. .
-, i For hours o| sailing see"Clyde Line"Schedule, or Jacksonville bud Charlet>ton.daily phpers.'I Blue C H Ranlernn "'
Anthony r
'SOUTH-BOUND !' mark J E Lnmmu, "Write for Catalogue 1-24-3-24-pd -Open All the Tear 1-1-ia .

j I r C J Wilson Ed'J,Laws

j I I gtetmersar are appointed to saO from Pier WEa itlUver; fcwlVorkJ f at 3 p. m., as-follows: 11. J U'an.. )&Is'J '
!For Charleston, S.C., i '- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. R 4G D"bb,111cCarihy John mark: x rinckney Plant +
,-lForJaeksonrUle,i (calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays aniTFHdaT I .J Chaff 10.: Dkk"on LA Bard: The System :

Jas A Robbins Y G Sell
41 I Boston and Jacksonv'i11e-Direct! Lm< , (F t) H PolliU hfahia
1 J H # ChlortJ' '
Perfect Service.
Passenger
tehipg at Charleston S. C troth . it'aahx\l'anl marCl :, : '
1,. r' ; ;, \ray marls\ W A Stewart ;
D F Kerwin Ed RiFhardeon I the Points in : Alabama
; / STEAlOIHS"qEO. W:; CLYDE AND DE WARE" 1114 \ hill i Reaching Most Important Georgia -

follows L -1 AU x Davis S1mIt' Wilkins. South Carolina Florida Cuba and "
\ sail
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mark mark ,
StreetJacksonville Lewis's .
From* Wharf
!From! foot of Hogan Boston 'I .J J LPwSs '
his
FR1DAVS/ ,' T( 1 FRIDAYS :. Jim x Dmmmer. Can. IJ Green Novia- Scotia. '
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:leiLYDE'S STi. JOHNS F RIVER LINE. mark'his'\: A W C F. LlgbtLourn Thompson : Most.: Stp1oxidici ".Hotels: : 'i

I Alfred x Brown '. him : 1
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JJ % v ;. 1 rf (DE BABY LINE) > ] \ i 1 mark Chu :t DeLaperie .-. ,
fl i. \ 1 .his mark
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yatksonville) \PLndin\ \Sanfordi Enterprise* Fty-, vnd Inlernleaiak Jessie x \1Stred' ehas J Cone .-.- ---: '::$.'--- ; ";

'4 s -ori-> the St.- folios Rive \>- i hk rk\\ R'flJtJ1t ,
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Wm x CoUier Will U\'pder ter ,
mark. \ An nl Clu1t" ,
1 Stearnfer> "WELAK Ida r Ch rlet f h.'man
J B :x Browa. Jo Mt'r'tj th
mkrk %VSingletoo 1'c.
; CAPTAIN W..AIAW. his \ Gt'o U fJeree

,,........ day'a and T. M'x:Kinard' L H Harris
Leaves JCkeonyllle1 a ?r : :: etiirta' : A .nl mark I' W P lIatcbeUJ.
Leaves' Sanford .. ..t .. Mondays 'nd hnrsdaysa 4.OOAt.m*S W F.\"ans Pies! Harris \
.tVM West I M SIInders
b{ : { his! i lIenrY- -Fln .
General and Ticket .' 204 'West\Bait Street Jacknonvlllel :t x Marki t Jackypn .; . '
Passenger Office' \ ,
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Bevitn
4 __ .. _i_ - mark '- ; I'
him E J JollfhiC .
JNOU RD.8wt.I f F M. IRONMONG'jER, Ja. F: P-A. Dave x r'1..n. John Wnndard
/ISOvu.Ltt. ru: malt I GilbeitTollenw
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V 4' XO.. EOER,T. M'.; '* Wj H. WARBURION, E. P. A.Hi M. H./ LYDE. A.'T. M. 1 11 W'olherly Walter (..Goodsonhis r i
a 3 BOWf IKO CRCCN, KEW.TOUK| ', I 1 i It lhllRram :
Warren x.l1errhlar J I Williams .
WM; P'CLAIDE & CO., Qen'1'Agen&: I ,vl mark . hla.' .

,8 Bowline Greeiu Nevi Totk City* 13 So;IDe1. Aje., t'hiladelphla, 14 tf Gen his x.Griffiu: Chaa m ark xi! Henry. 3 ; \

murk A D Owepai ==t
F. WjupateKSMenitt ';

Geor -la.Southernand Florida' R-i A'RFashaw! ** Clements' C John C Scott x Stevensmark1';,i\ i; i, I In the West 'Coast;'Region of .Florida.I '

'.flab March II M Campbell -r-.,
: \ T J Burns II A BraddockDKMabreyf THE PLANT STEAMSHIP'.LINa'Steamers S
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t W E Collins
: t I W McKenzie, R Kurtz' 1 i iJotttoipek ..

tie; Suwanee. River' Route, \ J<(<111.\\'oOO.1all J iMley E JamesTVDDeBerry i iJ Plying Between Ifbrt Tampa? Key. West. and '

T : T L Townley \ i
e j, llaaae'SOUTHBOUND .!:t'a.1'1 =el.5'jS97: :.'\ .U fl'a his Russell. 8 G:A W Bravo'Sanderson-| .* . Hayans:; and Between Mobile and Port 7. mpa. :" ;; '

> ,' mark- K H Barter 1 1 1L w. WRENN,. n. c. McFADDEN, ?

:1 0 TH BOUND ,bltl. William A'' Baldwin. Pass. Traffic Manager. Asa't 0enl Pass. Agt. 'r
STATIONS. Lewis x KiddP J Coats 1 f 10 "j '

Nd Ii No 3 N
..;..' ...... 750m. 8 20'. x Leave...\ ..;:.Atl nU-; .:i:;. Arrive '2.J; ,flit 74'1 a N ... i..,. H x Hamilton ,Wm Wagner .
'.I.\ .. .11 18 n 401 ArrtVf'.tJ..Ma.OD.:"'a... .heave 44 418 ._.. ._' mark .his.
14 < at M :.!6.r 11 *5 A Lean ., i ,'.>.*.;i*aeon:. ...Arr1\t': 1it: r M 4 u! a 11111 (l0.A his DenntaxStafordC '
1M.., r 45-A 2 pep M Arrive.;/_...-v c ordelc...:"M. :..&.<.Leave 1.a:> 8 ;x3 x Alstoninark mark Ma11oryteaiushp.Lin'
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... .-\Tifton ... S KStearnes i.
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84010 } 3 00.3 ''"'''''l\ : >.H ; '-.i\\' I U 12.25 6 4tI I
'- a0 I .40. 695' l... ... ........\ :;...r.::........1..l100 t]IIIO/h'p' M 500"+ J D Hull R T Stevenson,
.. ;.+ :.. 5 40 686' .."::;...-:..: .;....Jasper .:.;:;..:..;...... o:!:! 9 5: .....,... ,I A.' Poland' W LTorbert' '
.,...... ... 648, 728 ..+..:;.. ... Lake City r,+ . .!.r. to 9110 .... .,. his L L Elkini :
.;:.J',. .> 9 00 10 SO I' r.1 .:..:...h., 'YALATKA..._.:_::::.. ... l ,,445"r. ... .... ..1.. Fk' x: Reynolds .1 E Carr f N r & T .5.. 8. CO 1

.. :::::-; a.104 II 6 16 r M ..eve.}' r....:.Waeefwa' iitoua.J. ..j" Anjvc..10 tu'r )111 ;;!toP,,, ...... ....1\ H mark Harris Peter hiS xJnckett>; ; '

':::;..:1:7 5-10 780 12 800 15 i 1 Ar r. >; ..1 JACBBONVULB: ::::.Lean. -IO\I ; :z .::::al. ,:-.: :.: ,:' -GUar to Peeples' mark his \'; '<\ Hew{
West t
...,.;. 7 30 A M 4-60-F.,:x Leave....L...;.. lifton... ..'. ...Arrive OIl 'u 7 li r Vm ..4. .y' Francis OtisUHWadsworth Henry aFegnell Key FJa. W Yorg
.... .:.I..:. 9-00.:0: 516>> Arrt\"fI.u.I.FITZGERALD.;;...Leave ia 4.' k M 1\ .Th",i.14.u .. f markr; I ..

i i f M u to; r.x .. .u .. 1.e.T .4..i..l Valdosta.Arrivr .... .. ... ti BO P x 4 . 'H 49 -t 124 .''',.. a. 1rrive:4a..; Qnltmll" ,;..Leavc .. 552 3:1'l. Louis Joy Lewis x Stroud; The' magnificeut appointed "'
4 12 00 a x 214 :... ....f. .. .,. r.THOMASVILLE; .......'..;.. !...? : 4 .10: 24S Jake Millbrook mark '! E

.....:, .O A M It 10 rx Leave_ &..' .P.latka.Arrive .. .?:.?,,Arrive 4 50I x 4 56 ... James J BrinkerhoffB John Stephens S Key WesTEvery Saturday 7 :
':'. .n. 40 r if 330 A1..M ,-,.;[.,.',-.8.oford..:..:....,Leave 18. 190 ... .::.... W Osbaa' John Henry Smith .,
: ..._.r..II IA: .. 5-" .' l4"1.. .. LOr1antfl) ......;......,;?... I. Ui l t 14 15 PII ...:....,... \ his Robt R Taylor I f
... 7UD' 9 SO it 11)45 Jim x Cunningham Berry FOlltl'r\\ I arriving 'in NEW YORK ''following Tne la1. Service and accommodation '. t
,r::;' : *45, 800 31 5: :\: .t..t:.::.T P'1t..7.: : :: 7 TO 800.HI :::::: :: ,.Mckail mark Chessey W Edward H Vaughn Brinkerhoff[ j . strictly firat-claaa.: ( '- \. ,*: .
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''i-; '.,,,, 6iA 1&t.. Leave.....!.. ..Falalka/\..!,,.,,Arrive .- .. 4 r.; t m .....;.. .. bisBerry Tbos J Jones '
.:...:-1. 124SP,M .y.if. Ardye.r..*;;;. rmondvsLeerr. ,.1. ..:. _. 7 SS ..", ... 4 I., x Hurst Rnbt L Cochran; PoRT -
..::.,.\: 890 ...,,4....f. ...... i.... -i. 8 10 '....",.'. "' +"'1. +)Vest Palm Beacb.. =' ".:o...,. ?, 7"' 7 24 A. M .,:: ....... i 1> Vredenburg. W S Bunk I YAK B.'t
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J"--- .11. : ._Yy.. ;... lf"'... .: .!: . 6 no .1.. ... w E I'o.and', 'Bradish W Johnson ;
\BenRnhiu'on A LKnowlton ', PASSENGER SERVICE :" ,

:Operates PnllmanBnf t'Sleepersthe.jearroaodbetween.taeksoutil. ;.Fla.'and' Nashville, |J HC F Gerald DeBerry : J H.f L,Keonett Denny ', \ Via Femandlna (F. C. A P. Ry.) and CamberV. ; to Everett and, Southern Railway; .
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"Tenn.; '1. Tlfton f'ln Traius Non,3 ,ADd 4. land Route : I' '
OpetateaLoesi leepersthei'eatroebdbetween, PalaU, Fli" and'MreftonTrainsJNo n'>;;(!ia., via_G.." S. <: ";JW, W Poppell his .J Georee H PhiibrickM Bennett: \ Lv. Jacksonville: .... ....... .. ............8'15.a m LT.:Jacksonville.........:..;;..%...:;-4 00 prn- -

F.dJ *.1 and C-1 -*- W x English Milliard Moore : Lv. Fernendina. r' .:*:::.::.'......... -1 30pmAr. L 'E1'erettJ,.... .-:.'-..,....;... ...... .64o'pm, .
Brouswlcx........ .. $0pian t .
;Direct Line. to"Fitzgerald. ,(Soldiers. polon; via tlfton 1 rA mark CasweH.WO Jesse Lindsay Marshal Tynet'( Daily except Sunday. 1' 3* AI''B uns..l 't.....;..:... ......... ......'2' 30 pm,,
1 ; 1) Albert.. Geo Turner) Passengers allowed on board for.supper on Thursdays. :
'.* NASHVILLE EXPOSITION I a "t hisW11Gtrtman4; \ PROI'OSID'SAIIINGS "
Round Trip Tickets now( on Vale at following very,low, rates. Worn Fka. From Jar. ceo.x WIUi4ms MeCriraraon .j j; : n' .
LV. New cork;pier 21 E B..1.30 p:m. ; (Standard Time).,. .\' LY'BmnsJctl.' I
. . MI t Charles
Ten DB.J1LtmU Tuesday and ThundaysL ," $hi OO'.17: Furruson . . .. . . .. . . .
: \ Friday'Sept. s \ .RIO GRANDEr\\. .' Friday Se. I10'
... Twenty n.rLhl'llt..l' 4 ,, 4.4.: ;. 'r 1 .a "t'2 10; W D Baacnmb'' bis ,- : : .. . '..'. ". . . .. .. .' "". 'f' .. '
.' Limit': .. .* 1 . . R Friday, Sept.-10 : ,. ,,, COLORADO. . . ... .. . . Friday Sept. 17'
$1st J Ceo x Branch "f
October ; ; 2\ : 24.00) Caswell : . .. .. . . '
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htstWical BatiiefieTdk.RonyeV !! I Friday Sept. 17 : : .1RIOGRAND&: .. : ... .. ._ FYtdaySept.24' ,
The-dcnlcBnnte. The ; iFnlltntormftlonaleeptltgcarreservsUonsmar..eiceanbeobiaine i E 8 MaseyAllen A mark W 1 I r/Friday, 8'lIt.24. . . . . ... .. .:... .. JUx.. COLORADO . . . . . ..., .. ... Friday OcC* ,
.... apoa, o : t.. l' .,--- |'".tomptly w=. wiitinqorcamn [;j] Williams his GUY McCnen DowdeH : J /Friday' Oct. I.-. . ......r.;, :. f.et.-';jL&:: Rip GRANDE. .. .. . . . .. .. ..:.,'_',iFriday. Oct.1

. :') .' .': !HUGH.: RICHARD01 ft 'pea.:Agt'l, __ ,Sjuokey i : mark x Joe Geo.W M B.Featberly BarkerS : t THE MIAMI' METBO 'OLIS, .:<{ R. Jf.. SOUTHWICK *\ ._ '

'. t' : 1\jt: \, :"'< .1.. i : l ..' 7 Hogan S t Jackson ville.'Fla.,. gtt Payne;: ,. .I ?4Mianli.Floiida.'' IAgt. Mallory Line, Key West,!Fla

J.. LANE;;; : \: 1 :'. ;_ 'G.'t 'A.,MACDO'NALD' "STATE, Co CHTT OF or FLORIDA DADE, j j f \ t-l :. CRAS.- .DAVIES, :Agent;:> C.. H- :.MALLOEY &CO.. '

j'i 8npecltit/adej-1, ; .::1.1, 't-: .'' '" ,-. L :;:' . -GOJ1'i rweuger'Ageat' -..'More mil personally appeuedJno.B E lllyi. . '\ Jacksoaville,'J'1 a.. aen'1 Agta., Pier 20.E. B.,'New York
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k A Fine, Building\ to B e Erected: at the South; : \ 1ll YITI{ ,
: vest Corner of Avenue C andTwelfth II r. u J : ,__ '
:; A Uealjot excitement with '
Street; , great but it te.nothing to,compare the ,\

t+ J. S. Warnerf our efficient. postmas- 1 -
L' ter,'informs us'that he has arranged to \
\ SEWELL N '
('purchase lot l' of block 122, which is JOHN I3ARGAI 5s COMPANY :
<;t.\:\( <_ !>situated at the southwest corner of :

b..,-I f Avenue, , C, and; th 'street, from the \| \ Will1ffrr the neap 80) days in shoes. We have sometimes of Men's, Ladies': ;a 'dChiidren'lJ !' -. .
:!' Fort: Dallas Land Co. and to have constructed {
;-1: at ,mice two-story brick JL \ w E \ w * r\\\ make for 'I"took'CaIl and eaanun J gads tuldprices before buying. '

','x 1 'building fronting: 50 feet on 12th fD S :
street and running back therefrom and ShOESI & 1
1.) along Avenue C 60 feet. The lower .Sewell: Co.
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1 r floor will _be divided into two stores, :) a F" Q 5 :,
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\ / J a' S I Hotel 1
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each,30 by CO feet, and the upper floor 1\\ I Biscayne Block I Miami, Fla. ; THE SHOE PEOPLED -:
bra.- will be divided into four good office I P. S.-:-We are agent. for'M. Born & Co., the grey Chichgo Tailors. and can save you from $3 to$5,oA': a suit of clothes. .'it.and perfect satisfaction guar; ;:

rooms and a large room,-80 by 40 feet, ,aht, ed or no pay 10sept97-1y. s' "
> 1; to be;used,: as a meeting-place forour .. '
\ various. secret societies. One of the n \ Grape Fruit, Persian and a
,. a i stored on the, lower floor will be occupied cult 'if'r"'ee' C< DEALER, IN,
''I as a po tofflce. The'upper floor of \ & Tahiti Limes\ Genoa and Walter'P I ckford BOUGH 'and 'ri
the building will be an ideal location
", i{, for,offices, fronting as it will on 12thstreet \ AT Lisbon: Demons, Dancyt DRESSEDfellow
and 'also on Avenue C. They Hart's Tardiff
\,' will : be coolant} Thus \ Tangerine, '
always breezy.
1 \ improvement goes on and our business 71U'\\ r"01 ,W n Washington, Navel,Jaffa, Fine and '

. "_ ", k I', men are showing. their confidence,, in, \' Jaffa Blobd Blood Cypress .. \\1' '
r } the future of it iami. The construction \ Ruby ,. j \
.,,,;j'J of the;block: at ,the point mentioned 'Door' and Parson. Brown Oran- ., .
is also a*-straw tending to show that .A. "
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t ', the business'centre is inclined to move Plums and LUMBERSpecial \ -. .
Japan
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-/1" t eastward ,out 12th street toward the \ ; I"i

t'r Bay., \' \ Ber immons, Grapes, Texas' Umbrella, Australian SilkOak' sawed < ,OJ t
.' .', 'I ,sizes to order. I Also ,Fruit and Vegetable Crates." Let me note
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f you youK fit ornamental and
want clothing to ; try and, a quantity of flowery shrubs to I
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.!t.. t the Baltimore TalloVs,'Chase bldg. tf ,' a prices beforen'\; buy. A trial order. ,solicited] f. 1
J \ I It climate and JOHN ELLIS
5'? \ suit this soil. \
AGENT. 1 .
( 'n'= I The Hunt vs. Gleason Case ang20:tf-If : ,COCOANUT. GROVE; FLA. :
6ept8-6mo-he, 2wd ::::.A.1Mtr. FiT A J
r }1 been dragging along in the .

!{ t Which'llS ts for ;the past, five ,years \ ; ,' GEORGE B. ; '
up for final argu ent before Things Cleaned Up. whatever in this place. Is not a lit- BARKER'T
t:1:1, Judge Broome at Orlando ext Wed- EUI Wants oLls: Allow me to tle surprising that such' a man would Watchmaker
' !:t : e8day,'I\the\ 29th inst.a \ pall the attention'of the health aiithoities -- have the impudence to J poke' his nose Jewelers;
,1." , i lion. f. JMorse, as commissioner, Including''the City, Council, to into what was none of hid business and ", .' \
w.1 had a hearing in the case 'last.Monday : he filthy condition' of the 'section of the : insult a large number nf persons by POSTOFFICK BuifDISO, MlAUI< ,fL&. l' : .;
:r, and Tuesday# for the purpose of taking' :ity known as th"negroquarters\ :!"" in telling them that they are not enter- Repairing promptly and carefullyattended to. All work guaranteed.jnjl .' O'
.; the. testimonyof A. E. KingsleyVnd prising, and then pro eed to instrbct ,
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.J' : he vicinity of SfarbirdV mill. It is Nov6-t.f-if' line of spectacles and glasses,al.alloD andCOR.ELLt .
eye
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'A. :E. Waddell as :to the comparative itated hat no; attention is given Jo them regard to th/betwayto man-
.r' value of the'land in controversy. '\' : (or the exqrament and uffal from, age their own biHinessaud. ) how to '
: The';suit,is brought,for the purposes this sec, ion. For he' past six' weeks' "make their lands more) valuable and ,
l' of effecting {[settlement between! A. he sea enger has not given any attention their lots'"ell n >re readily." ,Where : "
F. Quimby as executor of the'estate of, tQ] the closet Starbird's mill did .1. J.. Bate/ #{t't.1all this, astounding 1 _
\ -I ,Geo.'W. llunt and:W;.,U. Gleason. It the;firm is to for wisdom The people who own: the
although willing pay
.,; seems:that away back in, the seventies: iheNsork,'nor has-' attention been land fronts g on this 'road .think dif-
: any '
J: W. II.;Hunt, now deceased, the fatherof givenXtb ,the negro quartl'rsJin that II ferently./Nearly very tme of them :
-' ,' Geo. W. Hunt,' ,also now :deceased, vicinity)r We are* living in more nr expressytheir opinions in the most' em- L i Livery and Sale l Stah e .
f' : J' was living on Biscayne Bay and was less dre d of a visitation of 'Yellow- phati /mianner ,r r i. ;
.: i with Ex-Gov.W. H.Gleason, Jack. \jit is probable"we Will escape'" Ar/ not they supposed to know best? 4
who also resided\onl t the ,Bay at I; that such a "calamity despite the filthy condition '' Although,not a professional gambler, i
time in lithe ownership of various oath section mentioned becauseof jyt I am willing tbf wager ,$100 that 41th street near Avenue :DM[iami.s. :
",' t: .lands.] These properties 'were known our isolated location and our oth- there i is but one man;tin this,community ; \
and looked ''uponas'' the Gleason1 and erwise wwonde sly heath surfoundinga. / who is irupudpnt'enough 'and mean Horses and Males to lei and for sale. .,.
' ', Hunt properties reg.rdle88of whose Yet a great responsibility rests' enough to write such! a I letter as that Fine 'Bred Horsea a eyecialty. \ l
}; I ';-.. name the title 'ras' in. Mr. and :,Mrs. upon thejhealth thorities who would published in' ,the METROPOLIS: (of, last '
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"t. > I W. H.,Hunt are'both dead a& is also be criminally liable should .8c scourge \Friday and signed >{.il<. Bates. Teams \
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:, .' their sole heir, G'eo.W. Hunt, who j devised break oulj in this fit '-mfested.qtlartt'rof I Now as 1 built this,road at my own Carriage Teams Buggy / '' Work Teams 1 :;
I.; his estate to the children of[Hon.. our city. :If the parties 'occupying expense and have not yet tasked the :1
\ 3LN.Dim ck. ,'_ premises in'this sectioil of the! city, or I County Commissioners to, SOaprW-ly-RS p ,
a The ownership of the Hunt estate to any otherection\ ,will mrt pay for the I do not see, that\ that public-spir- '
; : a half interest certain., valuable, properties'in. -. work of ,the scavenger' to keep their ,ited(?)', individual is! called Upon to ; ' / :Near! Brady's "| ;
't ; Dade and Brevard counties premises clean, or keepNthem clean ,worry about the "eternal expense to N j
i' was disputed' and suit was brought in :the,county." I I '
/ themselves, let a few/stroirg fines be > -'h l :Grocery 7' -
chancery to effect a final settlement., ,imposed, followed by', impris ''mt'nt if I do not think he should make such D ;
:. .' This'is one' of].thej most, important necessar } We can'not afford 0 tern"porize assertions without al| little inore care- orn S "
ti', cases ever brought Involving property? wat'hthesetnatters' just\i6\v' or ful thought. lie should remember that ''l -
7 e.; in, Dade cbuhtyj and the decision is't' put up with Jaxity/ on the part of hose Eternity will last a' 'long time. lie thNotr.ef.tL.
.t awaited with a'-good[deal of interest whose duty it is to see that cleanlfuess houId remember, this! earth is going ,;
't' : ', "by those<< who are familiar with the,matter is,maintained only in the negro. 0 be burned up after a while. Will I 4
in controversy he expels'econtinue eternallyYaIart- "
quarters audimmediate: surroundingbut : -
One body!lof land alone ,consists of in all other quarters of the' city. y. Then he should riot Bay 'so. lie : .- OPEN
v. about 500 acres' with a';, mile'''and a'half \ A.'KBANKKDonrt all mj road *n alligator-slide.- How
-4:\ frontage) Biscayne Bay,'extending. IJ' uell The cruelty of some men is R b1
t Good home-table board b
:one mile northward.from; ,Truitt' f' tat belief. '': "Man' inhumanity to es au ran' t' .by
t Buena fail;to,hire a .tandem of The week or month
$ :;)'!o ,store and wharf at Vista and a Miami Co. flak makes 'COUI1U S thousands
tk '\ Cycle ;
4 half mile south from the same)point _l II10IINI. Cuisine and service fintcli
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The case also involves the'title to large Ali ligator slide! Prices Moderate.. 4
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lil bodies of land at Eau Gallie.Jrevard */ ' Regarding Rhodes's Road., In pi .ureslue and forcible expression i :..
'. t county,'a d an interest, the Deles! If proof is necessary to show that a has the Englisg language brighter i.fa'g . -t' :
-(t 'pine'K"antof: 43,000.acres just south ofTitusville. 'i good road can be made on _the! prairie above ami beyond? Of course not. 3Apr97-tf 4
1;. t'l f' $ \' / with the soil of the prairie, it may be After passing the summit,so to speak, -
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x. itThe' Gleaons are. 'represented' ; by found examining the road tty i front i it' must of necessity' be down ,grade. "
#, -JudgeE K.Fot rj} now of Gain ille.t of my hous made of the marl frpm the Anything heVmld say!, now must by S. Morse
'''' t t< :A. 1'. Quimby;executor of tbelnont (ditch on each side averaging two feet comparison be rame'and'! insiped. But Fredk. l'
:::1.. 'd\ estate, is"represented by'Robbing,Gra- and A-half deep and the same in width. irl Mr. J, I.. Bata doer not wish tp -! .
hall\ &Chilliogworth.CCC/Dhilling-,, This portion; has remained firm and travel this "alliga r slide and slough" '
"> worth, now of :Atlanta, Ga/ will be/ at" hard-with n ver,a tut i in it and no mud lit* his five alternatJ es. ',' He ran travel '
t 0', Orlando'next'week' to ceratewith\ through all_\he'' uncommonly ,copious the ridge road also loade by myself; REAL EStATEMiami. <
: Geo. M.'Robbans: OflTtuIVIlJe"n! behalf rains we'have had this season. tAnd m'mkea new road,'go b)Water, fly, or' 1 I'
t't t 'of.the.interests of the unt-estates. better still was, no lust when stay'at home lie has the option and
\ '\ \ dry there f I am not worrying a boil,HIS choice.I .. I .
.: The Baltimore Tailors'1 ']Invite .you'tot Are not t of nature permanent I 'SAXI\L Dade Co., Florida, .
\: 'e ttttiine; their, immense: stock,' workmanship ?- Will not the same cause always CI OANUT GROVE, Sept 21.I RHODE8.1. ,
5;.' a '. { ,and prices' {. i. sept 17-tf produce.the same result? If such' an ': I v-U"-\ ..
''i'" ., 's \ ideal road'can be made in one place )re lIs guards put i>n jbicycles i y The AGENT, FoR'L'ANDS OF ..
, H.., :W. MERRLL. FOB THE: ROYAL can it not bemade in another liul Miami. Cycle Co. I : : i: .
.I 1 IPALM. '* in some places the soil, is black muck, Florida
f "- East Railway Co.
Qoast
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;This is inclined to become muddy;during \ TO MAKE NOMINATIONS.\ i ) 4
0 otherIAppoiatmeats I ; ,I Ij heavy'rains, and by much travel at I : jFlorida Coast Line Canal ,and. Trans. :Co., ..
{\\j for the FlorkU Z&It.. ; Coast such times cuts up into ruts. irrfmt can :' \\l \ ' i-
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> ... ''it j' Hotel Syetem.'iTheJolio be prevented by Spreading marl.'over, Call for a Meeting to be Held Friday' Night.0 11yBoston and :Florida Atlantic Coasl\Land. CoFURNITURE j :
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L'- wink information to. hand the muck a*'.I'(have demonstrated; and Next Week i :
r.'ythis morning: '|1 *," VVxtTiH '.' when it has become thoroughly packedit Notice i is,hereby give that in pursuance 'r'j'" 'j'!

.,' s. GRARAK,EDITOR HrrROtrous i' will remain hard. There are fifteen of a resolution passed by the '
\ ;Dear Sir:-I have 'yours' of the 15th persons Who own land fronting'on;this City Council of,the City )Miami at its
and ,in reply to"ay that )Jr. prairie road,,'J. L. Bates says,in ai,letter regular meeting held oniThursdaythe 1
t, ttttterry returns !fa the Poinciana:and published in,the METROPOLIS [last IGtli inst., the duly qualified 'cfty elec- ,..
p n Palm.:Beach Inn,-and Yr-lIerrilLto Friday; speaking of this road : tors are invited and ,requested" to 'assemble ' I. t -
.>', the Royal Palm.[''the :manager of the "The,men."who own the, land that in ,the Seminole Club Opera .
;"'Bi=cayne will bei Mr. Walter E. Bemis, this slough runs through are not enterprising House' at 7:30 p. m. standard;; time, on Cheap Cheap:' Cheap: / ::1:1'I

.', '\'formerly of ,the; New Rockledge,:at people or.they,would put it on Friday' night, October 1st,for fOr pur- _
c ; Rockledge: ; FIaM Mr. Cillejr I .returns,to the dry land which would make, their pose'of\ nominating candidates the
1 the Hotel, Key! ,West; Anderson '& land more valuable and .their. .lots"sell variou'city oflices to be| voted for, at I' --- -- r- 1 r ';1 1I
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the general city election! ta be held ( l' '
Ptice to the Ormond, Mr. Greaves :at more 1 on Sell Furniture '
the'Alcazar and',)(r. Murray"'will manage Now Iwould1not like to accuse any the Fourth Monday in )October 1897, some], ,pn easy payments. Come am ;
the Ponce, de Leon alone. \I' one of committing a forgery by signing the S1me'being the ,25th day of ,the I < '
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} :, > .," .Yours truly; *: '. I another,man's name tba document, month., FREDE. |S. MORSE, ,l i..' ,see me, .in ,the, new stare, on. :. . J
u { :*"'V: C. B.-KSOTT, but I can find.no one here who')knowsthis fl President of the City Council.Horseradish I : _.1 : : .' '! ', :' ,i!
J J'' j-1 ,General Sup .man Bates.(. The.postmaster says I l i : ..' ii, ,. : .l'2th' 'Street.. t'i\
: no one by that:name receives mail 'at mustard:13:1'"' a delicious "
t{ Wheels repaired quickly and. 'De&tJi postoffice. Consequently hemutQ]be condiment. }Forsale. ,atGau: ler's. 1 :;:::1 1Ltt" : :' ; :r ;EDWIN Nt''E LSO N' \ ;

by, 'The,Miami. Cycle'i" Co. j I.t' ,I.! a passing traveler' with, no interests Price? ,25cents., | 1sep3-tf.| ;,:, , tk ., , ., .-
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