Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00577
 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: October 1, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00577
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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We are always gla I to receive report An important r ,meeting of & O. C. at Miil Luba De Begory left for Palm Prof. H. Webber, of the United J.-E: Farmer: trainman the yards

i o/'may society ercn/s.church, or lodge Seminole iOpera House: Monday, October Heath last Saturday She has taken Stabs Agricultural Department, arrived of the Florida East Coast Railway,Who
meetings, 'anniversaries, celebrations, 4th, at 8t p.W Come and bring charge of the school at Palm Beach on in the city on Wednesday. He fop the last month has been '
k. baiquets, etc.S'wcl' 'erentslare\ fre- your monthly, dues linperathe., the ea>t side. Miss '!'Lubd\xpects: expects to find a'suitable-location- for a his home.near Asheville N. C. arrived
L .: 'C. }(. MILBUUN, Sec. run lows and spend Satunlajs: and United States experiment station in in the citylastSaturdaynight. .
attendance Sund.ijs\ at Miami with her parents. Ios4 proximity to Miami, and was out l He has a host of friends here who are '
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invited guests. :Hniee, the MYTROP u.Isreprerentative4a For Sal'rwo' Gent's Bicycle; frequently during the \vinter. '. driving in company with Hon.'F. 8.1 glad to know of his safe, return. On Pk
1 not I always able'to"re- Kings at ]a bargain.Miami Any iOj, cle terms Co. ) For Sale-One Gent's'Bellis Bicycle .... Morse yesterday inspecting ''various/ Tuesday night, as he was on his way'" k

1" port such occt: +rrenCes. :If the secretary right parties. The ; ,ued three months; only: $35. properties which, are available. ; homeward, Mr. Farmer, had the misfortune -

of such meetings: or any other person Methodist church Cervices and Sunr Easy terms. The Miami Cycle CoVe For Sale-One Indies'Crescent BicyrleVn to stumble over a pileof rock
... will fumisK"us with a report it will be day school in the NeNon Block on 12th cI fair condition ; only $15; easy and loose dirt'and sprain. his arm nearthe
appreciated not dryly by us but will be street, west of Avenue D, instead ot in \ desire' to acknowledge thank to payme\ t8. The Iliami'Cycle Co. T. elbow. He expects to .be all right ,
read with interest by >,lour local subscribers the Douthit building as formerly.We Mrs. Julia D.Tuttle tor;, an, alligator in a few dI1Y;'. I" -
I'' : 4MIAMI ' pear of exceptionally lOne flavor and Did job-. notice that }lrl Harry Tut- '
have stock forty bicycles. For Sale-One Laties' )
o\er Chester
large sizl"It was from a tree on her noVjbeen Bicycle
tie has doing thing to his
-- 1-. :; r We are in a. position to' sell you ,a beautiful Fort Dallas property Itweighed buggy. lately, Did we notice Well ; new; only 42.50: ; installment' (y .r
:wheel at the right price, and terms'to and '' plan; $2.50 perweek. The'Miami Cycle i ;
announces, or bnly one a I should smilek Heretofore we have
: 1INC CE IIIEAT,", suit.Co.tall' and t see us. 'The'Miami, Cycle half ounces less than two pounds.; always,referred tV Oscar Tacker as the Co. I l t

For Sale-One Gent's Westminster; luckiest man 'in town. In future we 'T. N. Gautier, Jr.;, returned home
If you ar+ a registered voter you new ; ,bargain at, $50; ; $10, down,' $1.50 shall modify our remarks and -say one Wednesday night from a visit, in-company T
Maoy Minor Miscellaneous Miami MiltersMoWj should attend the meeting: to be held per,weeK. The Miami Cycle Co. one of the luckiest of men. There are with Major Lovett and daughter,
tonight in the hall of the Seminole thers--Mr j T. is one of them.For Bonnie,to Savannah Washington and '
Mentionet Amusement, \tClub for the purpose oj Don't forget the candy put'and Baltimore. The young hid -,
officers dance at the' Housekeepers' Club next Sale-One Pyramid ,Bicy Ie. gives'glowIng
-- : : nominating city Thursday night. Make ,a' good Three months in use. Only $30.. Easy descriptions of his 'visit to different *
/ I ide.a Tandem.. Williams. Bargains alt' the Baltimore Tailor. The launch Daimlerwill up leave pajments. The Miami Cycle Coy points of interest in the two latter
party. '
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< Pants made to order right here for $3, ; cities, and we judge by these that he
1 ; I II the ,city dock at Miami at G o'clock' -
> Arejrou.Coming { t to fit ; E. A. Waddell, our hustling real estate certainly bad a large time. He left
suits for with or
$15, guarantee
Miami leave Cocoanut Grove
to I returning will at agent, left for a month's tri > to
v refeunded. Ab. -Safranak & ) { his companions at,Cocoa.' The Major 44;
( ? On Monday October 11th, BonBaltimoreTailorsChaseBldg.money tf 11 p. m. Go and encpura' the Jadies. New York last Tuesday morning on will return/.Saturday night and Miss

And wibJes5tthp! : parade of n.'M. : For Sale-One Gent's: Warman Bicycle business bent, but will no doubt.-w rk .Bonnie will vUit/a few days at Daytona
Flagler Council No. 1,'Order, of Orientals : Messrs. Saltraan' Kirwin, Smskey, !. l'rice$25; good condition. !Terms in a little pleasure as well ,For the before coming. home .
1 at 8 :3a"t>. in.? ; 1 Fowler.and Waite went to Palm Beach to :suit you* The Mia mi l gycle qo.t. benefit of any:of his.friends or,patron* I'
morning to' redecorate andTepaifcfrtheffttenor who may wish to cummunicate"with. <''f Peter'wanson,", one of the partners
Miami yesterday
:Ride ajandem. The: Cycle
.1 -' #t.. C. Oliver fs unusually jjjlly; :again. would that his iol* '
:Ccv *$ A *- '*'-*** / and exterior of the. um,we state K&wuork William N. Woods .t Cephas
Pomciansat thatplace.To'r .- The wherefore is thatlMr Oliyer and address will be care of No. 85._ 'Warren [brought suit, for dissolution of partnerhip --
J..T. Curtis ot NewxYQrk is stopping Royal: the children have returned from their street. i' '1\, ; f i and V settlement of the ac- v
at the, Hotel Miami. \ Sale-Sir new Crawford bicyclesat trip to Georgia. They arrived ont'Tuesday -rbunts of.the copartnership, and has
% $40 each. .I''They I are bargains, and night and are now pleasantly' located G. H. Wooddall, jardmasterat this' incidentally obtained injunction: restraining -
O.-B. )lilhou of VaWosta, Ga.. is place for the Coast Railway -0'
terms to suit'; you. The Miami CycleCo. in their beautiful home atthe Florida'Esst William N\Woods, who is hi
,at the Conolly House. i'oW. \ who has a month's vacation -
j . northwest corner of Avenue B and 13th mountain : possession of the partnership property -'
the of North Carolina
W. Pick ford of Cocoanut Grove I street. I' 1 \ from of' of the .f
Wesley M. Feathery) left on the IFnrSaieOne'Ggnt'sClet'eland\ and also visiting the ,Nashville disposing any assets -
:was in the city" last night1.x' steamer on Wednesday night for Key : ;Bi'yde.l Exposition, arrived .in, ,the city last i or property. lion.''.' Morse has x "

Load of Bananas-cheap= come West, where' he'Will spend about H week Good condition. Puce ,16. O. night :and is receiving a hearty welcome I.been' appointed a{ receiver' totake- t' j'

early-at Greer's. I' i'olt. among friends land incidentally) may Terms, S5down atid $1 per week.' :; The, from his* many warm friend I e of and. wind up the business .

rD n't fail to rent a bicycle of ''Williams. take, the civil service examination., Miami Cycle Co. I Je brought his wife j and little\ one \*'i,1 bhllUr 1 pending the judgment of ,the court- > f

t \ : :For Sale-Onfe Niagara; used three R.!S. Nelson, the veteran'real: state \ / I I F...G" Baldwin, traveling.lagentfQr'"
months. Gaily $50.., Terms to suit. ''dealer of New Smyrna; wa$ at, the F'or sale) -One J'Ladies'" Eagle Bfcycle+ ; the Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Co.,, .
'Services at the Catholic:church at.9:' The Miami Cycle; Co. Hotel Miami-a few days this Week investigating gull condition.l-*25; on easy '\\ayments. of Jacksonville, ist the Hotel Miami,, ..:
a.jin.; and 4 p. 10. next. !Sunday. 1 the reports of: numerous '2 per week. The Miami Cycle Co. lie has been spending 'a week"In this: ,' 'i
W. Moran "-Won theT Winchester, .R 'y.h .lih land will preach next real estate deals which are being made \ I city and vicinity,in f the interest[*his liv.. .t f
Rifle that was raffled off last Monday. Sunday morning! at 11. .o'clock,. and in in this' vici Jity. He was well.'! pleased One of the most popular employes 6 employers, and:with good: results,' We '.. 'S
night. .1. the evening at 7:30at the Presbyterianpailion. with: Miami and thinks our';citj has a the Florida East Coast Railway will b< understand has booked some large '$,z-
'' : All are cordially invited to' great future.. I married on or about the 20tb; lie men orders and has also appointed good 1 fj I.=<\
Charles W. McQord, of :Linton ar- the. services. fSunday. school at 10' i tinned the matter incidentaly\to) th' men as local agents)liaml,Cocoanut
I atlie Gild Bicy-
rived'in the and registered,at the o'clock. I i
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cleonly. METROPOLIS man, by ordering bis I wedding Grove and Lemon City The Wilson & -
t Hotel Miami last Monday night, ; Toomer Fertilizer Co. i is regular advertfcer '
..t, For. Sal-On Gents'CrawfortjBicy- I'heMiamiCjcleCo.'s.: ; invitations. We will gin names a ; ti
rRide '.a TandenU i The, ]Miami Cycle cle.: Fair condition;' :only, ,$30; 'used tn a later istue,.and ii/ order I to give !! in theHr.TROPOLisand. is a reliable :'
''Cq r three months; $ri downhand fl.50per Mrs.. Dr: J. M. Jackson. Jri, arri1ved'home our readers something'to'guesi about:, ; concern. Give them' a trial or f l. .' ;
1 week. TheMiamivCycle'Co. Friday ht. One ,of,our METROPOLIS we will say that' refer: to Mr Band der. .. I ... -
Boney w'ni a large invoice of had the df being -
,' receive men pleasure, ,, / '
,fresh drugs next:week j\ octl-2t, Notwithstanding the inclemency with the Doctor when he'received'\; ; Miss'- Word has been received in this city;
l''Oakland the .weathertbe Ltmgn City school a telegram from Mrs. J. announcing Escorted by th'' /"'Giants ,Despair, '" tbat. Mrs. EmmaTurner' whohas ...;
John L. Wise,of ,'' Fla.,.is in opened.,Monday ''with' a large and encouraging ' her intention of arriving that night. the Order of Orientals'will begin their1\ .been in poor health for --some : ,
the city inspecting,lands:' in the' vicinity 'attendance.Prof.- McDonald His,bright smile was sufficient tp light'r i wanderings through' the desert and' time and was wife of George D. Turner ,"

with a view of investing.. '4 .i ?who taught in!\ Miami last years is our reporter on his way homeward. , "Slough of Despond," on .Monday, ,.whoa few months ago removed ..'. }
''HrsEmUy Chute purchased 19orBlock the.'teacber., \1 -> bound. -" l : ightrfOelober 1Kb. The line.of wan' \from Miami to Lakeland, died on Sept..
23 irony the \Fort Dallas Land .For Sale--0neGent's Columbia fair derings will start'\,\from t temple on 15th at hat place. Those who knew
/ ; : Fort Sale, -On Gents OntarioJBicyle \ D the thence to her will remember. Mrs.Turner as one.'
:,Company yesterday through Hon. JohnB. Avenue near river, ;
condition' Only) $30: Terms $7.50 .
Reilly.: 4 1. 1 ; Miami ; good' condition. Only $3uV: Easy 14th street, to Avenue IB; thence. to Who always had a chee'rful.smile. ,
; The
11 down, and $1 t per-week.
The Miami
, payments.. ; \ 12th street, to Avenue D, and returnto for those about her Their friepds .
Ride Tandem. JThe tianiiCycle Cycle Co.Remember. '
; a : '' their emple. / in Miami join with those in Lakeland ,
> R. Wi Smith, who:thought\olrun- { ,
C 0.1 Methodist'church in'; heartfelt sympathy! to ..w.kl
"r that the ning (for the office of City Clerk informs extending .
Geo. L. McDonald bf.Cocoanuk Grove services{ and Sunday school will beheld, us' that he has decided not to We are authorized to sell a six-acre the \l loving husband, devoted, little :qp;
was' registered at the Conolly House in the vacant store in the Nelson build'' make the 'race. He has a position in lot on the Bay front Ewanton daughter,'the aged mother and affectionate j y
-,on Tuesday and Wednesday.. tl 1; I. log on 12th street J justwest'of Avenue, view the coming winter whi9h would Heights'(southern portion of Cocoanut \ sister who are left to mourn 4j

Master.Waiter Robbfns; :Grabanthe' D, next Sunday, instead of' the Douthit:, preclude!\ his acceptance if nominated, Grove), immediately, south ,of R. R.McCormick's ,her: loss.. 1,

.h"y: ar-old son of editor,isspeud"! building as heretofore., lie .desires through our cdlutnhs, to place.for\ $150 anacre.. I I'i' '
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if want it. No other Land for Sale.'
Speak quick you, Acres of
dog a couple'of week'withbis; /ether FOr sale-One Gent's Niagara,slightJly thank his many f friends who tendered,
I ) Bay:front can be had in that neighborhood Cutter adjoining "
Dr. Wm. C. 0.
1 'Belonging to
I fine condition him their supportsFor ,
Miami. in |
at the Hotel .rS.1Goodricb used; ; a bargain to '
... 1 for less than $225 per acre. 3--. the property lately purchased :-f.
Goodrich a buyer. Terms to I The Miami i Crawford Bicycle
\\sui Ladies' ,
of the1firmof/ Sale-One by Dr Boggs,between CocoanutGrbve ,. iif
& ''Bryan, has gone !, ::york; to .Cycle, ; Co." J JOur ; new; low; price ;and easy payments The large building formerly)" occupied and, Cutler.' Price $1,200. :Apply toWM. ' 5.
purchase a new stock 'goods suitable young men will be glad to know, ,,at\The Miami i Cycle Co/si; by Joseph A.:McDonald as a residenceand \ FtTZZARD; .
'for the winter season!i '' that Mis '.Julia McGrimmon, of Cor- office has been moving along inch aug27-sep27- -
I' 1\\ l \ Louis Larson and family! have, re- Cutler,,Florida.Booms !
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1 dele Ga: has decided to remain'permanentlyat ) by inch under theskillful, managementof ,1"
i has fine lot of'gooiLwheels : tflrned to! St. Augustine from !a six'Iweeks'trip \ I
Williams a
Miami. She .deservedly J. E. Arnout and Jils i force and is
' Mr. Larson Wanted.
north. i''t
rent. t Wvfcecretary -
for 11Ca
Try one.
'l '. '. one,of the"m08t popular: young ladies ] the Fort Dallas Land co. ,now placed in its ..permanent'abidingIplace hree rooms suitable for light bouse-k*, 'i
dy'pu'll and dance 1 visited Miami, the north side,of 13th street
Housekeep that on
has ever ..: and chief assistant to Mr. Ingrahain! in keeping wauted. Address "B"
ers'. Club! X \ just west of the home) of L..C. Oliver. :
nt night
Thursday Try; Little ,Bros. Special FormulaFertilizer i the land department of the F.E.\( C: this ofllce.i I 1
Makeup\ a party,.have"'a" good. .. .,time. for tomatoes. Used by E. O. R).; \W.eoimlerstand thatlr. Ingra- It will be occupied as soon a as ready by
and. n encourage. the' .) 1'es.' \ .: Gaunt;S. A. Belcher,tLippin ott Bro .land ham has' left for atrip\ ; 'north ol 1 be r r.,S: Mills Fowler and family.! Citrus and,Other Semi-Tropi Trees Jl, < ;,1..

'G. R..Pi tier, he getitiematily,representative others with excellent. results. .At. .gone several weeks.)\ !\ E.\C. Harrington, at present of Key Plants, _Rosies,....Palms Bamboos, etc. '
of Ueldmanit'Co.,wholesale Miami $24 a ton. ''Terms'cash&loctlpv j' : For Sal One Gent's Crawford Bicycle West,'who has' many warm friends all .Nevr; Catilogue just issued; mailed' on 1

r' grocers: of Jacksonville; has been .in. :f., At' John,Ellis.. ; used flve.months-$22. Term!'.$ along ,the Bay arrived in the city on, application. A..L.'HATCH, : '
!,the city several. days this week.or Candy pull))! Danced{ Housek'eepers' down. , and $1.50 per week. \|\ Tuesday night and left ''Ion the steamer sepl octlS* '_ 'City:Point, Fla.; J

,} sale cheap-a medium; -sized mule Clubf, Cocoanut Groytl 1 Next Thurs John Ellis, Miami'H reliable ana experienced 'Wednesday for Key West. He was returning \ ',' '
young'',and :sound. Apply to' D. E. day night! launch (from City Dock n ri'eryman; has the \stile' from .a few weeks' visit to, :\ ''Stoekof v ,Drugs, Etc. :-" -t-X
*'Mooney. Miami, Fia. ,lO'feeptfDr Miami 'at..fl : .mlleave, Cocoanut friends and relatives in'the\ northern s well-selected'
: |: p. |, agency' ,for ittle B os. fertilizers. of the State. Mr. Harrington has For sale cheap, a large, 1
will have big' Grbve; at 'll O.'Go nd' bave'a'ood, He recommends our tomato-growers to part : stock of drugs,and druggists'haildries, i- .
,Boney another loof '
\ .:' : ' I valuable contract connection,with .
time! , ', I
that infallible' pile:remedy in a few -\ make a trial purchase:.of their special the government work.at Key'West.V. .. stationery toilet ,articles;, booksLetc.
days. ... >>a'nn ;won the bicycled\ given formula for tomatoes, "lhleh has been Some ew ;lr1.. No charge, for 'good-' ,v x
f- c;, \\ij by Goodrich '&i\ Bryan. The thoroughly t'd by'a number of jour" will be to For particulars address :'i.
away Our readers pleased learn
Mrs; W. S.Tucker, jvery) pleasant witblsurprising t- : DRCOGIST; METROPOLIS Oftlc l
number of beaus contaiped by glassjarwas3.913. prominent growers that our highly 'respected ;county _eP.1o.tt\\
from Fort,' is
Pierce spending ,
lady a
.: Mr. llabn's wasSjttlSf. salt.. Ie .: q. .
guess Allea E. is,\'rapidly i
judge; Ueyser, recovering \
few weeks with her friend,Mra:O: B.rarker'at : "1 r 'f
'' the Conolly.House.*' \ 'A committercoitiposed j of three $.'A. Fowler :'Steward;'K.H. Dah from the severe tl lipess.which Launch for Sale Cheap.. .k .,.i
prominent. gentlemen:decided, ,. the.contest ten, chef,;*and Mrs.'Dahleh, Mis'Kate. confined him to his bed for fortnight' : .''The faunch Bdith R'now in charge + '
Rent one of the little'wheels for you r \f McGowan; Miss\JIlsie K-.lley-all\\ It is feared, however, that be will not of S..11. Richmond,at Cutler, .In goo
.children, 'to ride. .at The'Miami. Cycl, e ;''S.;N.'Gladwin has returned from Tf-. Boston':"'arrived in the city:on .Tuesday have'recovered his strength-suffiaiento t.1 condition; very light 'draught.., large .: '
Co. < '#\ \ tusville.. ,He is at the:Conolly House. night and )left on Wednesday ,ti a preside at Court,.which should'(Ton";,..carrying capacity, good sea ,boat, sail-" -
William Edgar Stephe,'one of"" the He expects' to begin building the fine std'merJor-Key.: 1 est, where they go vene according-law, next,Monday1., boat model's built to order of best mates': \
traveling auditors for the! Florida :East; large yacht of"J. M. Graham i in a few to'acceptjwsitiois with the HotelKey' We. sincerely' .trust that bis return t6,frial. Will livery cheap. : Apply to,

Coast Railway.was in the city)\ and re$ days and ,will t a, half West.. ,Tbey\\ :stopped -at the normal health may be rapid and without '-' "'BOBBIXBGEAH\ AU, 'Miami, Florida, {I'

catered at\he,Conolly.-,House. t \\ dozen,- -men ",Conolly.House<<:'while in the city{ 1 interruption... : ; .:; F,..or.8..H.' ,Ri9ipoxi' Di;Culler. lo tt ts

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-. *I! aragv-: I folly 1 0? TNT IUW{ 1 G went mended outside my stint. the tofikl irin( and railing was on coot the Notice for. Publication.LAXDOFFICR . on t ; : / :-- ...J.i

:, point of poiilp\ :,headflireinojt on the AT OAINKSVU-LK 1 August; II, FLA"I i F .C&r. P R L R1Shortest ..' '

pr9Fessions tJ rttrks bellow, When'| S|II\ething dictatedto \\
; 'The me to rl.tJrbnnt/ \ } lie down againr :Notice is7 hereby given[ that the followlng- _

Lrl and in two tht fell named settler lias filed ilotice of, hit Intention to t Lihft 1 Bet'eea-Florlda -.
: one of the Keepers of Cape Florida mlnjite fire to the make final I and d11Northern : 1
bottom m- thi' fioiise. It is a remarkable proof In supi,>ort of his claim,and .
01 Light-House in J'n1p,1836. circumstance( \, that\ not one ball hat said proofwin( [ll Irk made..before W. Mleatherv Points.. .

!struck in* when >I tOl\\ up on the out- ] U. S. Conmiis( >*ionerv at .Miami," Everett, Saranoah. Augusta,' Ga.Co--: "' ;l.

; s'de of the railing,althoiteh they were ,, Ha.,oil Sej.tember 27, ] 11'vU: .J iun J. Hubs :lumbia, Wuhia&toa.Baltimore., .

GKO.t, MJ R< B8INS. \\ '.WALTER GRAHAM' ( AN ,INCIDENT IN THE SEMINOLE WAR flying all around me liMe il:4tout'I. I'!' o( I moii City, Kli., homrstead :2irH5C, .for theIOlIthwt'i'lt Philadelphia.. New York, ., 7f
\ : found the 'oljl negro jdead. He had ! olle-f urtlt -(If Wctiou.ts, Towhshlpf Boston and the f .
t\\ been shot in > South, Ranee: Kast.! \ Eu: }U
several, places nnd'literally ,
BOBBINS &: GRAHAM CO Terrible Ordeal Throuzh Which the Keeper roasted. \\ } \ lie names the following witnesses to prove his Everett Macon : Atlanta Chattanooga, .
ontiniious! residence' bpon\and\\
\ I A few minutes ahef tit* fire fell, astiff cultivation of Na.hvUle. LoabvWeClaMnnatl sad Chicigo. '-
\ Paaaed-Final lcue-lItere.UIlg breezpWprn'ng Upfroni the south said land,viz: \ Everett, Birmingham, Holly Spring; Mem- PphuWnleRoektianaasCityBtLoaisCttiOa

Attorney i \, Local History \ ward, which Kvas' a''\\great \blt'Stllngtomt' Eugene Ue: of Lemon Cit). Fla. go, sioux City!r i.

t-Law. I Iwd! to '|lay where' -I, was, for'I Edward J, Douthit, of '.(m could not walkj : six Houtiiit, of liemort. City, Fla. ; leans, Texas, Mexico,California and the Pad* .
MIAYA DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA. i having! received fie Coast.EFFECTIVE, .
Written ripe balls $: tcj>hni Andrews! 'I, ol Leiiuiu 19ty:Fla.aOI'uxpt21 .
I \ \ \ i for TIIR MBTBOPOLIS: by Will S. Thomas three in each foot.\\\ MAY 10 1897.
} '. vVlll practice in all court*", State and Federal of Oicoanvt Grove, formerly corr KN>ncleut of The India thinking J that we were J.; M. Iteeist'e'r.Notice . NEW YoRrKxmifts; No. 38, Leave JaeklO
P {
'4 T'
; 4. Special facilities' for examining perfecting the Florida Citizen \ dead, 'left light-house\ and, set fire viu *:!!* a. m.; with i Through Pullman Sleep .
Laud Tit leI. We
' .k abstract .books covering'South bavtt the cnly Lade complete county I ECALLEL) by the to the li.vi-ijingho'nse, kitcheiinnd olhr fur ,PubJi tiOD. era timore for Hitvannah rhiUdelpbia,Columbia New York, Washington and ail Eastern Bal

:r.-- and: receive tfally'report* from the Clerk oltheClrcult i 0 finding a letter outhouses and begaq to ca rytheir LASI OFH.*. AT GAINESVILLE:, Fly, I point: Connect' for Fernandina. Eeturo 4
Court at Jono>howiug all land plunder tn took all of Train No.Si reaches Jacksonville 9:30
certffied theibt4acL.! They itcptembrr 13, 1M { p. m. "S'-
trannfert. All the of Title -
)Abntraeu theheadkeeperof NEW YORK FAST
for South Dade county' are, made at our Miami 'written by he empty barrels, the \\drawera of'tbe Notice \* hereby then that the (fo'.lowing-- sonville 7:00 ".m.. daily, for same 36.Leave'Jaek-points north. .
mc!'. ", \ ,1tfhfWILLIAM bureau and, i'l fact, (o'f'rythhthat\ named, settler h.s'aTeli, botlceofjhis' Intentionto Carries Through Sleeper Jacksonville to New;
1 / \ i the ;I Floridalighthonseat would act'as a'It- 4sel to hold nu thiog. ,male final proof in Rapport of Jbls, claim,and York. Return Noarivefr Jacksonville 9:10
Gape a. m. "
SCOTT > GOR'PoN B. BROOKE My provisionsjwtre' In tie lightihouse, that said proof will be made before Jno. B. CISCISXATIASD JACKHOHVILLI, No. a*. Lea,.,
4 the except a barreli IOC flour.which-they! \ EeillCliited: States! Cf/nunlfMoiier at Miami. Jackaogvflle-1:110: p. m.. via tverett, Macon,:.
: N :SCOTT :BROOME, .time, the story of took off. j\ \ '\ \1 Flurida, on October fit; 18)7!) Hz: John <). Atlanta Chattanooga- .Connect for Louisville

\ AtonieyatIraw: the attack on the1lighthouse The next morning; they hauled but of Rogers of Cocoanut ';r ve"; Florid..,homestead and NashvilleSt.western Louis points., Chicago, Returning and all train Northern '

':' \i" I, I.I NOTARY PUBLIC} IN OFFICE by. aband the-IJgttt-hous4 hy means of a pole thtin e 1219'7.for the southwest;; quarter 6f\\ section..30, 8:10 ft u. arrives'Jacksonville .
t' :11 that ctirnpnsetl the oil tank no township .outh. \ ASHKVTLLK Karri,Through Pollman Sleep
\tWTO practice In all..SUte and Federal. Courts, rang-4i east. I
SeniinoleI ing car i
service for
vfs Savannah
Collections romp lt attended to. doubt to make Waters to inannfature\ lie names the following witnesses to prove Columbia Asbevillei, Hot ;'
t (' \ OFFICE OVIB BANK.OF'' BAX BISCATNE. I It :: nlilana0ntlle i tht' 'coontie rot, \intu starrh After his continuous residence upon and Ipaltlvation through the celebrated Mountain Springs.[ Country Knoxville

4 33-Juae471tJ \ U 23d of July, 1836, lias acquired additional loading .my Ii tI!!' sloop about tf b ortweln. Of caid laud rU: North Carolina. ,Leaves Jacksonville 7.t p.m.,

:1 ''.. I' I \ interest.'. The keeper's SOIl is now went inlo'her': ; the rest .took\\ tohe John F. IIint l. of Cocoanut' CroT'e{, Fla. Arrives rives Jacksouville Cincinnati':10 7:40 a.a.m.m.. Returning,. .r-

I : urius H. F; ATKINSONANDERS'S second t of '' 11 beach ;find )net $t the other eniof! .AUam C. Ilk-hard',of pocuaput Grove, Fla. Only line through the beautiful hill eonntrr'
\, Se.T I keeper' Jhe; new light-bouse the island. This! happened, its I judge, lleiiry. Wagner of CoroanntJ Grove, Fla. of Middle Florida, Peunacola. and EicambU., t

lIS. \ \ ATKINSON \pnjJFflwey's I Rocks; off Cape-FJ rid'a. about 10 o'clock in'tile forenoon ''Myyes. R. A. Si I'eacockjOf Oixianut qron'/\Fla.2'"e..toc"'t9 for Bay Lake leaveJack.onvlle9:15a.m City Live Oak, Madison; by, Montlcello No. 2 dally,

F \ '" < ..The oldtower, on the Cap-has, been V being mych, affected from 'the : J. M. BAKCO, R'Jister. Tallahassee, River Junction, Fen acr>la, Mo-. .

t \\ A es and Counselors at Law,. abandoned since' 1878 and U' !now, one" smoke and'th III.at\\JHCtual prevented force one but frotumowing 'I''I \ bile CalilornJartndthe, New Orleans,Pacific and the Coast.sontffwestvXexico.'Carries 81e p..'-
1 : of ithe noted landmarks 'of this section | Notice of Attachment.In era..Retufn No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville 7x6
1 1 l' Office In Rooms 1 and 1ri . judged there were about forty\or\ fifty, Lm., "( ,
l'i ,Brown's. Brick Building of tor! : da. The keeper's) house.whichis perhaps more. ]! ; U \ the County. Court of the State! of Florida, In Leaves Jacksonville ':15 a. m. for gtarte
2-14-tt-hs. \ MIAMI{, FLA. *\ alluded to 'in. the''' letter as having I was now almost ns bad off as 'I wa and for Ifcule Cognt \ : Cedar HawtUorne SilVer Spring. Ocala.Gainesville,'
Key.; wildwood, .
E. \ Leesbnrg Tavare
'J. WHU8. v
_\ jr. ; \ !:, been burned.by the Indians, was neverrebuilt before, with a u?ning fever on memy\j vsllEn.lt.1',1.EVtN.' \ Apapka, Orlando, Lacoocbce, Dade City, Plant
P 'eet.sbot to piece*, no clothes:) to cover and [Attachment., I City.; ,Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. m.'
Robert. .R. Taylor and a part of. the walls' still re.watn. .i#, nothing tC't' at or drink, a hot *uiv \ Jl. L nAT) IF, J \\ Hashfille Route-Through -Pullman> Sleepers
: Attomey-atrLaw s overhead, a tiejad''': man,\ by my Bide notri..ltd \vTo Geo'B. Itfevins and II. In .Tlaynie defend. X'U'SeereltMacon: Atlanta.Chattanooga.

9 .The story of the attack and the ,killing near or any to- rXpet;t, and '\; ants in above entitled ,suit and all other'iper. '\ Leave Jacksonville 7.flOpm4 anise: Nath
; FLORIDA. \ laced bt"t\n'PAj and ill| feet from the' \ sons interested r' ville 7:00 next p: m- \
:MIAMI, of Assistant Celei colored still ] .
( is
: Leave Nashville ..
9:00 ,.
earth and no chance of getting down. I\You are hereby notified!that a [writ of attach-- 8:10 : m.iani Jacksonville -,
'. .Office on 14th street, next remembered t : by some' of the oldest citi- My situation' wjis truly appalling! rtir-nt luis been issued awl' nst you) and your prop-' Bas a. m.next Leaves a m. Jacksonville for Bran

j l" 'Watson's. Hardware store. zensvof\ the Bay and Key West, who About 12 oV.lok 1 thought 1 couldercetve etiy to satisfy tlw demand .of J. K. "ummu wick by the Cumberland Route !steamer and

< 1.8-tr 4 have'frequently' related it and,.heard it' > a V SSt"1 not jar off. I amounting,to sixty. \\'o dollars( anti -nty-rwo Camberland 4QOp.: in. Local Sound.for Everett. Close connec t

related from the lips af the keeper. lark a pieceor the old negro's trou- rrAti. Now unless you sliall spix-ar before ilie tion !or Brunswick. Shortest 'and -quiclteit '_
,' I (I Simmons, I '7a .iers/that had! escaped! the,flame by be- donrt in-5aid suit and kilead or demur'to tliedeilarallon route. .," ,
} \ e story was published in pamphlet; U 6:00 p. ni.Local for Tallahassee rod Inter;;;'
v ngM'et with blood and made a signal filed thereto at the Clerk'!) orate In
\t 11, JA'R I \: ttcme3r-e.t- =+ala .w; 'for 1.n 1.838 and a has been fur Souie'time : .medlatepolntl. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p.m.
----p copy in the course of the after Juno, said County and State, fill the Rule Day In| 9:40 p. m.-For Tampa and Intenneqlatt)

\. .i--: \ ; U't GROVE .FLA. : .- 'nis eel the 'writer by David L. Dunham i;,. rain I. saw two ?boats with my stoop in OcfciWr, A. I>. ltW7, t,'luJE the 4th dajy of saJinontlia | : 'ville 7:35. Pullman a.m. .llee 'n'l Arrive Jackson' ' .-
\ ;
j Dot clerk of the circuit'court;,at tAuustine tow; coming to the landing. I bad bo default will beenteretl against you In I Through Sleepers for'Cincinnativia'Ashe--
: \[I Office r'I at s Residence. . 1-ly-ht doubt but that they were the Indians, due curse and appliratiuii1 tilt bt! made to to e! villa, leave Jacksonville at 7.00p.m./arrives
St. Johns'
,i- \ I county, and istbejonly wtrtt had'seeii signal-and were ret -. court{or final Judgment, Aodsour property 1I'mi Asheville 1:45 p.-111.,arrives Cincinnati7:40 a.nr.. "-
1 J copy,..we believe, at present,hiexistence. urnlng 4i>" finish; their murderous deign l>e sold to pay the debt. ; Jacksonville Fot }Macon Atlanta two trains daily Leavt
8:15a. ru-aad;:00 '
; ., T\ I Uj5eo..W.: Allen, /\ i | Dytwl this 1st day of July, 131(7. Summer rates to,excursion-points p. m. in effect .

.. 'J. 1 r : The) 'story is as follows :, \' They roved !j to be !jhe boats oftheU. \ .Jo'.QUlf'l BY. June 1st.Pullman. -
fl.' .ttom'ey sit Law. .. S. 'kho Jner 'jMntto} ;" Captain ArmStrong (!I.dL.l. : ClH-t:of CouutjCourt; Sleepers on all nghttnins. \
Oil the 23d of July, about 4 o'clock in | } with of seamen '''SAND EK \TKINi'ON, prSend> tor Best Indexed Township Yap

11 i\ I! | Jm' ,.WF.8T, FLB.,_ the afternoon' all' was going.from the and marines under alde.tachment( command ,of Lien \Attorneys for 1'tilntilf.. iulyMoortlNotice : .Florida' A.GeneralYaaseagerlgeII4 o. M DONNELL;
kitchen'; : the
( to dwelling house I' discovered r
Conrta SUte and tenant Lloyd, of1 the 'slooop-oFwar N. Sol Oft.
Will practice tn all the _; a large body of Indians'.with- PENNINGTQN; '
Concord. Tiiea: bad jtaken msloop y \'' of'Attachment. flrJ
!r. tf. .
1 !L :Federal 1.8- in twenty yards of me, back wf the after the .' Ii ian )tad strippedher
U In the Court of the State of Florida
County ,
kitchen! Lrau for the liglit-house'and n'I
: of .
; be
everything; consequence -

'. \ S. jMills. Fowler, M.. D. called with out to me the to old'run colored, for the<GItII. for,Dade\ County; :-i: D. W. MERRI1T| ,

\ I
'wet near.. At thatmom'ent they![discharged , off and mn,, downVi; 'my assistance OEO. C. BLICV rNS and >AtLthnnt, I
a Volley of.rifle balls whicH rut but did not' ILLUArNIK j Contractor 'o : &
HOMffiOPATfllST.( !, expect o find me
i; mjrtlothes and bat and perforated the alive. They dh all in their\rjo\Ver to 10 Oeo. B. iMevins! and II. L, laynie,defendant S I ,

\ door in many placllS.. We got in and relieve me, but right coining on, they in the above entitled caU+e4 1| -.1liD-- ,, '>
1 Office first floor 'of .Hotel :Miami as 11 was turning the key the savages returned oil board'' the"lotto, after You are hereby notified thlU a writ of attachment '

.> I j.1 Aug.27-tf bad old of the door.. I stationed the assuring me of their assistance i the ha4 been 'Issued'' alnlns you ;Viand your I :& ib[ ; .: Builder.
.A, negro at the door with orders: to let m e 1' morning. i I'I .. pro|>erty to satisfy the demand: of frank T. .
\.;;: . kao, if ,they attempted to break in.. 'II The next morning -Monday Ju Budgeanioualing to f>'.'>7., 'Xow. .unws. youb311 ,
U Dr.l'Jas. M."Jackson: ,, Jr., theri\ took my three muskets, which 12.itb, three boats headed. 'came;, "apiwar liefore the Cirutt in said suit and Give'us'a chance.

4 were loaded with bullets and buckshotandJwent theni'being.Captain Cole of the schooner among- >lead or demur to the declaration filed! therein n. ', : to' figure on your
: MIAMI, to the second window. the Clerk's ia Jiino. said Culntyau ,
,, Seeing "Pee. Dee }of | New York. They, :1 oftlve: ', .. ,
t;' '. a large, body of thehi opposite the had made kite during the night to get su :on the Rule I)aylnlrtotrer: ,. JAY;. being 1-tMs building.. '
'j, t. dwelling house, i discharged my muskets aline tomebut withoutefflct.T11P the 4 day of said month::=t default Will been-
.. '-:. Once at J'reeenti:' U in succession amongst' them, then. fired from their musket.made .y tend a inst'yuu and applimtloii will tie.iiuule Refer to Mrs. Julia' D. Tuttle FT.
w : (
: .. TOWJJLKY BHU. J' DRUG STORK My ns< which .put them in 'confusion. They I fast twine to aj I to the CiiWt tot Onal judgment,anti your property Budge and Rank of Bay Bi cayneY.

.; It, !. then!' for the second time began theirhorrid and hauled\ ramrodyhich uptoarail block and received will & let to satisfy the debt . ,

1 - t : R; IE.; CHAFER yells, and in minute no sash made fast around arj iron stanchion. 1 Dated this\I day of. July,;'A. D. 1SU7. Forty acres on the south fork 'of'the,,

: -. -, .,..iD or':glass was' leftin. that window, fothey r drove the twine through the block and. U. F.'QUIMDT, St. Lucie river, being n |, of lot 4, of

: t: . .1. : E1 TTIST. ,. ,vented their rage at that spot I by that means they' raised a 2-ineli1: hEALI ', Clerk. :;o t* County Court. Sec. 11, T.. 38 S., R;41 E. Good pine
.flied Jlt' them from some of the otherwindows rope and hoistet} 'up' two men who 3ANUER.vdJTlit.yOY ap'ple.Jan at >|3, not $30 an .acre .Ap.
'' ,
r, rig .. : ; t !-Olfiee ,over' Banleraon's Market'D. 'e.t and from the top of the house, soon landed me on terra firma Atforueystnr'ainUtf.\ juiy2-to-ocU: ply to BOBBINS'&; GRAHAM. july2-tf,

.corner Avenne.and,13th street in fact, I. fired whenever I could get an I ,must state here that the Indians! : I "
1, : i - ,j.g.tf. Indian for' a mark. I keptthem from had made a ladder'by lashing pieces of \ I.

J ,'J, ) the ,house until dark. They,tbp poured wood across the,; li+ htning rod nearly

j... John S. Frederick in a heavy[ fire at all the windows ld forty feet from thtj, ground, as if determined Florida
'j; ,, ; lantern' and ,at the same time, set fire to have-my) scalp. This happened ' East Coast Ry.S
'I to tb door and the.window even with ',
the 2Ub. .
Ciyil! Engineer :andSafYeyor, the ground The window was boarded After 1 got j the "Motto'every '
on Lard Table
1 Tlm
NO.-O CorracUd .! iS97.
up wjth plank and filled with sac 8,
'f Notary Public for State%t'Ijarjje. up .stones man from .th'e captain down to
inside but the games ''
spread fast, being the cook tried to. lleviat 'IU 8uffer;=
Particular Attention given to Bob-Divid ). SOUTH BOUND (Red .
Jo. . { wn) NORTH BOUND
; by yellow pine. wood. Tneir I tB a4Tjpj.
is : ings: "On the ) th1 I was received in
,'j ing large tracts balls feet n3i Nod NnAMi
perforated the tin tanks _ \ STATIONS. : ioVOa i
U { '" Office 20th 8t; near A v. D, wrath ride. the military hospital.!" ...... ..... ... 82
oil 705p Lr.
d. ? of 225 ackaonville
gallons bedding a .Ar. 686 ... ... .
? .
'' ; my 810aTOO ._ .
....;. oaua ... .. '
l-21-tf JIIAMI FLORIDA. + i .4 _.. .
Slop .
,' clothing; in fact everything I ...... ": : Ar St.Auguatipe.w..Lv. 626p43Jp ...... ....._ ...,,
f / *. 035a ..... ,.... ....
Notice 'of Election. : .a. .j Ly .?; Bt; .
{City ; ; .Ar. I ....... . .
tj, f. had; was soaked in oil. I at the . AUCUAtlne..f. -1-1I .'.:.. ......
; .. 'I' | ]r-p.; ;BROWN- door until driven awayby,, stopped the flames, By virtue ol the A 0tli<>ritr stt'tlln the undersigned :::::: }Ifiua I Ills :.;.:.:,.:..: ::.:.::: .:.I.::l ::: ..i..East .::...i..,=-; U 445 -:::: ::::: ::::.:: ::..::

rEk 'and' then took of !i.tbe Jaw, of the State and the ordGuances ...... .. .. Ar..Palaf .\.u..Ly. 426p..... ...... ..... ... ..
a keg ;
gunpowder, my : 11 Of la ..... ...... .. ..... :
atianii ;; Lv. : : Palatta........
balls'nd : U of jibe city of < notice hereby .. ... .r .Ar. 4Kp ..... :.._: . .: ...._ .
one musket loathe ; 145p805a ... ... . .. /
.q/.t : thbouset. .. .
4w t 'e RCHITECT topof; given to the qualiat4il electors I of the city of h. "I..L. Ar .L JSftn Matoo..l.I..Lr. SlOp ...!.. ..!'-. .:.... .....w .
'-We then' went. below and b -i' Miami that:- a (,iierM city election will be held :::::: n sap ::::: :::::: ::::: J Lv..l.txn::. ;:: Mateo..Ar..= :; 556p : . .
K Ormond: : :::::
gan to..cu't away the stairs about halfway ] ...... lOGp ... ;_. ...... .. ", t' :.M.. aasp248p :: :,. .::::: :.:,7..'
from the bottom l In the ,Cmin<-U'Ch.alllwron.ule) sovowl floor utthe .. .r. 5 .._.r.-tarto ..;;... ...... .,.... ...... .......
; tin I hSd- duff llop , ......

...I. r: :,: f it'4tf. I I '1 ti MIAMI,,FLORIDA.- eultyjjn the space! getting il bad tjie.already old negro'man cut, 'for, tfiamep up he' said,Jail A.wonth D.btiil 18U7;
,- now drove from labor .. .. ..,... ... .
me and ..
: my o'ctoekain standard time.Ulltil sundown 3a2P.4j; ( (At Point.t.\ 12 .;.... ...... ...... .......

: : r JOHN KROHOWITTER; ? covered I.retreated over to the the scuttle top of' the that house.leads to I said day thai;! Ci P'Rafati' ( Harry Budge'and .;.:.::..:.: SSSp :,:.:.;:: :.:.:.:..: :::..::..: ; ::::::{. iOCk ......:::::\; UOTp1183k 13 111.:::;.: :::::: ::::: ::;::

li.'J. Burkhart are fer bY apixjluted as In- ;..... cOOp ....f.. .. .;. "... r."EaQGaUie......... .11116a ...... ....;... ,...... ..__..
., .
the lantern which the're CKIj ...
from .. ..
: "
,' '.i. AIL a- me for ; time. ,. 8j ectors, and II M King I Napi! >oiuted as clerk, to ....-. 4 lap ;..... ....:, ...... ........r..t/aroo.-i ldelbourne.... ..... 9 :! "hC.. .., .;.. ...... ._...
some : 1124. .
; ; . ...... ... ..
cmduetsaid\ tlectioiuj1. :[ ', ,' ;'" 4S5p ...... .. ... .::... ... .:.RosellU1d......... lit. .4. ,
r .Orer 25 yean up i eoee., At' Jast the awfulmoment; arrived. The voted'for ;< ....;. 4 ....f. ... ....... ....-"ftReballtlan.......... ", 10 .. '..;..
officers lie nip
'" < Metropolis Building The crackling flames burst forth The to are as follows; ...... ....4. -.... ...... ....... ..S..Locie.......... : No2DI
sa . .
r | 'i'i: a Mimi ; A to one ...... . ...:.. ......
Mayor .. ...
serve : ..
: for year SI5p 1\\ ..... "
'. at the s&me"time began their t , Pierce. .. 930ft0i ...... ....... ... .
Full Stock of Samples of all Latest Weave savages ...... ...... .... .Fort :: 61dp
636p '
Four 6U . ..... ..:..... "
: V .:. . ..... .. ...
.. 'Hr-Ia U yells Again. My old d .... .... ....! w : : : 94ip;
,; ; ; U If: poor negro lookup e ;: '40p : II ills ... ....4..JeDsen. ... ...... .....
i'il, la serve for two years{ : '57a. :::... ...... 1II
..... .... ...
Uj with tears in his 8 4kp .. 6ki )t. .. ... :
mel : ...... ..
y' eyes buj 949a .. .
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.i..8tuan.f. ......
,' l s : couid'not A City Clerk and 'Assessor, to serve for one .....; 'lOlp] ...... ...... 711 ," .... ....... .: 106p
t 83Sa813a .. ...
: :[ speak. W.e' went to the lantern .. :, ... ...... I 96p
Wm. .... . "
i 'l21p
yarnadoe, and: down dear.; i !: ... a. 813a85rta .....r..Nobe Sound.......-, oa .,..' ...i. ....;. l20p
[ lay[ on the edge of the .; "
A Marshal and Tax: : Collector, to serve for one . flU '''' '" ; ,.;,..,.Wel& Jupiter....".? Star : .:...: 12_
... .u. ,
t platform;which is two feet wide. The 803 102UB.,i I'! Rlviers :1:,.'.'
vw ._...
year. .. 1118*
GONTSActpR. : : i it ... 8 lOp .:... ...
. -lantern' was now full of the A Treasurer fur .IitroaAr.WestPalmNeach..Lv,. ,. 724s..... :\.:; .... lOfiu
..... 5, flame, City toservtj{ ,one year.The''question .... 8 asp :....:. ..... J.%.'ip ..... ; .Llnton. .... 6 47. ..... .. . *
lamps and. glasses twisting and flying of luHlicr the city( shall borrow ...... 935,p...... ...... Slip: ; ,;" ..'...Fort Lauderdale..... 5 . ; .\ .to. 914
bas ...
;i. F s CffTRockVprk: | ? and Blasting a Specialty.j in aU friction8. stun ... 1020p .. ... ," ,., : ; :lo. 718&
My clothing-was on the of three thouHand'dollars\ : for neteiaryImproventf ...t. ? : 40Hp : .Xemon CStT..._,,. ** Sues ;a... ;.-.i. 182&
-, ,; j "J 'U|. |* MIAMI,}FLORIDA., __ fire, but' tofmove from the: place whereI nt-H ami current expenses--w HI"also be ...1o3Up.) ...: h...:. 43up Ar., ..1.,.p...)bami..Ly. 6 r ...... .;..... .''.;. IlOa
; ,
-' ,' ',: : ,Estimates Furnished on Application.FRED '..Ii22Us1' 'was would-! be instant death' from submitted to the <|uall*eil.rleftors w ho are owners A. A BRANCH. ;. Traina32, 85, 87 and 78,'betweea'Jacb
4- s their rifles.!;' My flesh was roasting and of real estate situated In this city. Ko !J No. L'l STATIONS.t', SoTiIB No. 4.f''nvilto and St, AnpistlnedaUr. -

= r : r to put an end to my horrible 'suffering said election will be Lim ; : : RUTTER4Coptraotor I up and threw the of In'the same 8 11 2Ha . .. aipjcterce dairr exeept Sunday. '
: got .keg gunpowder tlcable manner as'proviUed by Jaw CXIp Lr. .Lake HeieaLv I IS 9>p I f Train 8N. between Fort Pierce mad
; down j] the scuttle. It instantly for conducting Jf.'neral.8takkIlJ t ( County'aloe 8 lip 11 AaL..OraogeCitr}+.1.19p 3 !| >i dail ,except Monday. .
; J: and Bnilder exploded and' shook the tower from thll tions. ; t, ;i ,,8 lap- 11 58aAr..OTangeCitri.J-.Lv.l3! I, {, 15p al, Trains 35 and 7& south of St. An line .
. top tothe bottom. It had not, howi ':In, witness whereof r have; hereunto affixed my I T I daily except Sunday, '
All: kind of Stone name and caused the City Clerk toattach I' I r I ,
r. Work: ever the desired effect of blowing me I to the seal S Tli* SteatOMr .
.}t. ,Plane i And estimates tntte eternity 'but: it.blew':down. the'stairs of the City of Miami libretti, and aftest the same 'I, .. i.... :!."

\ r J Dished T free.. and all the, wooden;work near the top this 16th'day of SeptemterJ}1r1o7/\.' D. trot. . BISC "!

c a : llJune-97-tf,?. MIAMI FLORIDA 'of the;Choose and damped the fire'for.,a '[us.]' JOHN B,KEILLYMayor.:", TYNE, . t. #'
. moment. But it, soon blazed as fierceas Attest i J. >(.GRARAM, City' Clerk.' : -;- .'. f -?,

-.t 1 1.t> -Lake Worth' Front For- Sale.. ever. |, *'?_ \ '' I hereby certify that\ the\ City" Council;: of' the' . -. fa appointed to Perform follows: : : : *
Theine'[ 0 man said be was wounded. leave MIAMI 1033: '
City of Miami at a regular|meeting held oil the p.m.WednesdmysTmnd Satnrdajs rannecting with Train 35.
Twenty-eight aorea situate two mil *
= t' 'j 1,' eouth-olIWee'Palm Beach, in Section em 3of this It was time'thel I had last received word he some"spoke.wounds By 16th day of ni&eptemler'A.< 1>. tse7,'approved the. Leave, BEY: WFSI'S;"0...m: Tttbsd3ye dir days. ' ' t

[H 1' Township,44, South of Baoge 43 Ea eta'I tnyseM", and seeing nochance: for my app which lutm are of:named the insi'tectbrs'In': the. and clerk, of election t ; Conaectlagat Kiamf wit>iTrala,;. 78. following morniaG.
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i1' THE' MIAMI :METBOPOLIS-6CT., 1 1897,, g:

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', r. 'It Florid ,'s Tobacco Fair. Our Poet on Love. .!. Real Estate Transfers. _

l' ,THEt POMONA NURSERIES From,the AtlautaliiBtltntif>Hof 8t September 21. From Biscayne Bay.: ' The following conveyances of property -". r
i The tobacco \fair, Whicf l the State ofFluritta The Perrine ,Grant, already famous in South Dadehave been filed in

'N000B: ; A-- S' 98 is to hold, at Lake City on the for its fertile soil'and fine fruit, has the county clerk's office since our last 'r.' t.
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; FOR added to its lUt report: \\0- '
27th and 2tih of October next, will another already long "
j. I WILL BE'READY TOlAIL\nUCT08ER.\ L. Gonzalez and wife to H.L.Patfer- .
, mark new ami' important era in the of attractions. We haven poet among "
J" l in soii; iota in North Miami; con- r
II ODe puts Wrllc' a folloWI Of oar 1897 ala. I productive historyrf\ the UlJit..d H:1tes. U4. ,Our esteemed friend and neighbor gideration ?1-V>. .;,

. \1 i f .. ,JOC1le r.laableNaracgC.alogne: ill "_ plea.eaead, meacopyt a CO,f,.your.bat One of the re-filth of tliH war ill Cuba i' Jfr.,W. J.,Stephens, has set us the J.C. Rice end wife to I" }O'.Jerkins; t 'i-'

3 j ''laaveloaaed'it., I '.cllO' natiadry iatere.tlag ; having been to (,iitotrthel tobacco i .followingoiginal, poem entitled "Wh t 40 acre west Cocoanut Grove; consideration ,v'
!IF thing U it that I do not with:to be without ahoar \ $C00. .
." "" i I from that, i4ialilit hai-forced, at- r Love is I--ikeP'! : Wm. F. Harde? to Jesse Minor; 10 !_

t I 6 good feature new 1898 ef the CaUIofve 1897 catalogue win contain beside*all many the I teution to the capability t held i 'loQda'toI Love-Jt I is a shining thing. acres in W. F. JIardee's subdivision'snear

'I ) Pw o.ea.Folly IlUntrated with many newt I fill the lekl Heretofore I by the Love fa like :a golden dream,'- Cocoanut' Grove; .consideration, J ,
I .L Pltetoa-raplticVltWL, We offer a full tI.c'of LoVe I* liktt a silver ray, $41- I ; !t
1' i; FrattaadornaneataITretaaadahraMad.ptedto Boutberm Great r\ntilles., Even though it .has Love can th-inge: the night to day. .Dock IO\\'eJlI1'and wife to Wm. A. :'. ::t
planting Catalogue Free Addrea
" been matter of ascertained fact that ....
i a ilert two acres west of Lemon City 7 .
= tir. t.d MestPr.titai'a THE',GRIPPING, BROS. CO, Florida'and a portion of Georgia could Love Love Is h like a pearl still stream. consideration $00. ,
L ,blightbut '
\ It\- .. Pence 1 far.s-tllera I, 1 Planting., . TCMOKAITOS1MIS. . .' .: 1 .HACCtZKaT. _,_ILL, produce a tobacco of as One a flavor a City
.; .."- that, which comes, fr ui :the VueltaAbajn Love draws together those almrt't consideration-$50.; ; .

yet we la ked the skilled workmanship Mr.Stephens has also favored us wit S. Patterson 'to Katie Gonzalez; I"

:., DELEltS IN '.6 which was necessary, not'only another poem, which we have not spac three lots in North.Miami; considersLion ; '

; Woods : I i +-r- for the planting, but for the, harvesting for in this"-issue, but will endeavor t $IbO. ,
Benjamin Curry to. Dock. llowells
and curing 6f the ,product. The ,rintit later., five'acres west of Lemon ;

1\- : 'Whiskey misfortune" which, has'I'' made' a desert 1 . . deration $50 / : City;consi. ...

\ : .out of Cuba b} deflating! her fields Last week we<< called on R. B. Moore, Geo. 31. Robbins and wife to.Wesley '
Co as,\\ell as by exiling herbons\ has beento of Palm Beach to learn the particulars: .M.Heights Featnerlyj consideration Lot J 'of: Ewanton' ,"

soil in regard to,the, Indian, River and Bay ; $1,400. "}
the advantage norida\wh\, s
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alto John Petit ; r
From $2.50 to $7. ; (
p rfal.d in the,hands of, the Cuban immigrantsis Biscayne Steamboat Company having 40 acres on Perrine grant.)

T fast building.up a\trade which will leased his wharf and in reply to our \ State of lorida, to Joseph C. Hiljt) t-to
\ ANf mean millions, ,to; the treasury: the question, "Is it true that they hue acres a bout six miles north of Lemon

United Mates. When i one recollects) eased: your wharf?"lie said : ""If, they \City.Joseph C. Hill to w Sarah M. 11 ill{; 40 I

: Fine Wines Liquors B ers and CigarsPURE that. but three years :,ago the only tobacco ,have know nothing about it." ,Upon acres north of'L' mon City; consider.

grown in Florida was a few stray further inquiry he said ha had heard ation $100Fort ,'
.. I the but did know who ; Dallas'Land Company to James 1
l' patches for home! consumption, and rumor, not stetted \
R. Abrams lot block
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I .j- \ that within| that ti'me'an' export trade it or what foundation ,there' was fort City,of Miami; consideration; $93.75.Ho .

GUAVA SINE ntp tine of .this/kind put up ,of one million pounds has been built up, -all be knew was he bad made no, I :

in th Umte Stat s. it will be'seen how rapid.has been the deal of any kind with the'SteamloatCompany.Tropieal'Sun. , For Cocoanut GroYe.i .,.
.. % commodious .
The fast and
. \ progress and how successfully) soil J'i l. launch'Daimler" <
; c' -- leaves Peaeock<< wharf at Co-
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of Florida has ansWered? the call of the : joanut Grove

' Bottled Goods and Jug T ade a Specialty cultivator., -1! > The 'Ut 8. Weather Re-portlor: Sep- S'undyat; S o'clock every for morning'Miami,except arriv- -

It is a matter,of history, that this'im- ember, 1897, Florida section, says in ing at foot/of Avenue Ihatfo"clock\ ,

I / mense trade which has|enriched Cuba, regard to Jupiter: The growth of all leaving Miami for Cocoanut Grove, at I "

Pool\ and. \VHOLllSALE, AGEOTS FOli:.... > at,one 'time really) belonged l ,to a vegetation continues luxurious; plenty', 10:30a.m.Will make special Fare 25 trip cents, returning:each way.to

favored! section in\ 'Decatur county, of warmth !and moisture, are making Miami in the evening'for; accommoda-

Beer of all; kinds Georgia, and running $Southward into oranges, lemons and all other citrus tin of parties,at very reasonable rates. r
Billiards. Go down'and
tobarlco'in fruit spend a dar or two at
Florida. This the days be- trees shoot rapidly upward; pine- Cocoanut'Grove, the.prettiest place on '-;'

J mDs t fore the war, was called, for in all the apples looking fine; ripe, pineapples the Ba vv Spend a day at the home-like .!

\ ALL, I OF CASE GOODS. capitals of Europe by;connoiseurs-who from the late crop will probably be had Peacock Inn and seethe avenue of royal -
j \ '' sought the best there was to be had. now 'in small 'quantities for several palms, clumps of giant bamboos and

febo-fss ...... / I i. When in the days folJ wing '61 thereat nonths.--J.W, Cronk. many ,other, interesting, sights-.......1..*. in the
WBoat vicinity tf. 4
Tr4de Catered to. MIAMI I FLA. :
\ blockade cutoff this section from . ., r .

its, market the trade dwindled away Opium Culture.: I\ Cheap,Wild Lands.. ,

A Fertilizer! for Fruit \1 and the Havana cigar i made its way From Biscayne Bay ;' We offer 50 acres with good fronton the 3
,Bay, situated on Key Largo, near Pumpkin -
into that public, favor,wh ch ,it has sustained We see no reason why the poppy, Key, being lot 3 of section 12, and

ever since. I i setmsnow that which prod.uces.the, opium of commerce lot;1 of section 13, Township 59, South

\ 'The1, \ dePjueapp1e ''Fertilizer the fortune ',of war,; which; deprivedthe ,'should not ,be grown ',here very Bangs 40 East. Price $18 per Aon.
[ , Gulf Coast of Florida of this immense profitably. The large flower poppy is I. Also lot 4 of section 31, and lots 1 and
2 of section 33, Township 60.. South '
Price $25.00 Per Ton. trade,will bethemeansby whicha cultivated extensively in India and
' i /.c---- of Range 37 East-111 acree. This is a '
generation later it will barestored to Arabia., The preparation of the crude peninsula near Madeira Hammock, on ..
PUARA SIS: \ I opium is so simple that, even women the mainland.- baa a mile of nice shell

I Moisture tInaomonia &- 8 to 10 i per cent her.The exhibition at Lake City, therefore -' and ,children could, .assist ingathering beach\ and. madeira timber.> Price S3 per ... s

EED7f\- ,\ 4 4*' to,6 1 " cannot fail to be one of deep interest it. We hope our settlers will try a. acre.2,18-tf" BoBBINS i GBAHAV. ,j:>
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Phosphoric Acid, -
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"' as it does the success- sample bed for experiment.
Potash,(actual) ", 0 to 8 i
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A Tempting
ful :growth, of one of, the prime articles i ;
Made Exclusively of'Bright Cotton,Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda Blood, Bone I"" '
; ( Miami claims to be organizing a We offer! Iota 12 and lot Block E
1 of commerce, and jpointing to
Dissolved Fine baceo Stem ,
\ Phosphate, Potash \ .. brass band-probably,to help the METROPOLIS :-. Miami. They are situated on the south
> Y and of \ : such heavy trade which will assist in
Sulphate : I a in its blowing. What is the side of the river. These lots comprise a
igWrite: for *for using and' further particular' also bask;\ for a.copy of Economic' Fertilizer turning the balance in our, favor. Itwill matter with the I.ake'Worth band? A tract of land baring a frontage of 114 feet
for direczto : \ \I\ : \ emphasize the fact'that: the South little blowing won't hurt tinpart of facing the river also 100 feet front on*, ,

Ye Carry ': Stott\OFertDfier.laterlaJ\ ( C. S. Heal.. Tobacco dost, Potash\ Etc.Write is the seatof the great money' ;crops of ,the country; about jiow-Tropical Surj. I Avenue D. and 2<:X), feet, 'on 18th street.
t We these Iota last
\ cheap May and
We seek the trade direct. tile cbrn We are glad of admi-sion that the
for vricfa before buying, growers world-'of cotton, and and tobacco offer the throe for$J,G.50" Will be pleased,
-and that it must', therefore: be- JETKOPOUS does, not do sufficient S to show them at any time. ,

t Wilson &: Toomer Fertilizer Co., come, great in proportion. |to its,influence blowing and, needs> i mDon't ,.assistance.i .. . 2.18tt'ROBBm, & GRAHAM.P :

The Fertilizer:' House.of'Florida, ,, ,upon ,the e nation, . ... 1 'j" judge by,appearances.' A shabby ,

'- ..I-13-tMf .* 'Ta-dcsoaa/rrille( Florida.I United States Land Decision. coat and patched trousers may.contain PILES: .' Suppository ._ .

: an editor, ,while the man who' glltranteed to cure Piles ,-
nfc UABKKT, &r.ents/Miami; ,C.;M. TowB Agent jCocoanut Grove. 'I From the Tropical Son and Constipation, or',money
Assistant Secretary of the Interior wears a high-toned plug hat may be a refunded. so rents |>er box,: Send for
delinquent subscriber. St. Augustine Hit of testimonials and Free Sample to
Ryan reeentlyprontulgat decision .' MARTIN BUOY, Registered Pharmacist,,
: to who have News. Fa. For sale leading druc-
of much importance parties by ,
Southern made homestead entries for less than i .. . i Lanetste"l| 1n Miami,Fla.b;W.B.BONEY.A. .

: 160 acres since Starch,1889 He holds Advertise! in the .MET OP LIS. .
) that they can entryfornough
f Ra 1Wa. to make out,the full 160 acres.
Y. The ruling has heretofore!I been that I
who made entries to B. CAMPBELL
only those prior
I. ABSOLDTELY. THE SHORTEST illTE.I that date could do this. ; ,

::1 f : \I The above taken from one'of'; our exchanges 'Manager Ludden &'Bates'3. M.-Hi 1 . *
,'rHBOUOH; 'PULLMAN.DRAWING HOOK CABS, thNINGCARS. : !if ,tr'u is an important. 'ruing JACKSONVILLE FLA

4" L, THOROUGHFARE.- 1 !: COACHES' ,'VESTIBULED TRAINS.' -. \,, to,i inasmuch make up as hid it full allows complement a homesteader of Pianos and Organs, sheet, MUSIC and. .', :

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..; u ''I.t 1(10 a ('esjr he has not already'done so; LOWEST PRICES ,EASY TERMS Musical, erchandlseWem

NORTH EAST AND: WEST. \iI that is, if he has already homesteaded treat you betrer'and give you Better value for your : _.t
\ money than any other house in thet U. SJ Send for Catalogue
1 3\\' . i'' say 80 acres of land and disposed of the and Price,Lists } ITseptrlr'If,si.
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make another
TWO : 80 acres or less and homestead that '

lit t 1\\ also. Where only fractional parts' of Do You KllO\V Good Thi w1 OF COUBSE

Washington' and ,I uthwestern: Umited._ \\1 quarter sections have been ol tain..ab"e \ a I li UDOI

: .. i i d'1-he.United-S tes,Fast Mall.1''I\1 and there are many' such case*, the settler - P oS

.t + \1 still look around for other Then you HAVEN'T SEEN FLOBIDA. or yon .ou ld"-,
105LT 21 HOURS JAOZSONTILLB WASHIHQTOH.I {. \ \j may Sam ,Are ;you GBO.WIHQ OLD? Of.course ; so|ans'wa,. ,' -, "
farms of Uncle to :' *
conquejr. Bat not so fast because our MILD CLIMATE, =' ,
: eomJ sllptnr To Sterilize Water. Makes LIFE WHAT IT. ,OUGHT TO BE. .' I i -: f
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Bolld Y..tft>uled Trains of Latest Improved Pullman Cars and Dla Professor, Bilslik that water 1 .
says Do YOU LOTS FLOWERS: ,'frnits and vegetable ? CKBTAIKLT i So dow.. m
1 'IQ Oars through,without change to Washington '
1 i Ir. : ,' 1'h11ade1New, :York and the Eaaf.j ., : \ 'Ii I may be sterilized in five' miautes.by' BUY A ,HOME on the EAST', COAST,. : -=- \',.... :, '..:1. ".
i adding to it bromin, and, the t bromin WHEBK yon can KAISE'Porn owir. "
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.. be then neutralized .by. 'adding 'I With LEAST and axpaxs : i, : <
ammonia. The Popular Science News Do DISLIKE ? So do I .
"l yon WINTEB WE. \ +
\ JACKSONVILLE_ NASHVILLE.A .' \ says:'"The river, water of B I n has Then COME TO FLORIDA ; we're' HEBE TO'S AT.' ',

-'. 1 l .._ !iTbrDUgh i-: .. been tested 200 times. Aft, being We have. BCBF-BATHDJO: SWIHMINO, and ,sal: JtKQ ALL THE TEAK. EOUHDV
.Sleeping Cars Dally Jacksonville to1tl I- ; .
-treated with bromin and am all ABE Yon interested IN ca,? -
., 1, : ;IK r : .. | ..Cincinnati. via. Ashe ,ilk,.Through, the germs of: disease; were destroyed 'including ir so, WK are interested IS'TOO. I a j' '.
J \1tl '- "" I' yphoid.A A LINE tO our ADDRESS Address DBA.WER\'\,"Y"j
\ "LAND OF THE SKY. ,,' \ I' those of .cholera and .
; t' said Will DO wON]>EBS. : _- :I SAINT AUOD TINE,,.,FLORIDA t
1" to 1 gallon pf water, it is maybe A11r1.Ttf -r- .
For detafled tnformatJoa M >T.:tes, schedules,'sleeping-car reservations, eta apply 1Nany sterilized' follows: First'add, toi it

agent of the Boumu Zia L1"'Tor.1t.connection.., .1'I \ \ three drops of the following sfI lotion i THE LEMON CITE HOTEL it1;

I\L.\ 1. SKIPMLN 'Florida Pan. Agt-213 West Bay..Street!,Jacksonville, Flt.i ..l, Water, 100 parts; bromine, [twenty :

GULP. I' ,W. TURF, ;1 S. H. HABDWIOZi, parts,; potassium bromide, ,20 parts;
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t"4\\K.lAu w a. .u. il!i WaahiagtonIXaJLgt- ,'\\d.' 1 .A t.a..f1\ \ drops of.a 9-per-cent solution b:' ammo. ;A very"pleasant location,'near the Depot., ] .targe, well-ventilated ,rooms #
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\ nia., This process is ,recommended a s .Grand View of the:Bay.Good .
a rapid cheap and effective way; to Table and all the Comforts 4 of Home
A i =at CEDistilled''Water sterilize. drinking water for armies. onboard 1 :.
i ;of ship, in unhealthy l
and for medical) and surgical '' , .
FihedL ,t purposes. \ -f;. I j .
.: .;- .Orders. :Prjomptly A joist;_delightful.place for 1a iJiee. ;Writ" for terms,, eta, to s
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.. "The"METBOPOL1IJ is the bed ,adver- . '
:Miami,.Ice Co., .S. N.. Gladwin, 'Mang'r. '..: -I tisin'g medium in the 'county.. Why is, ,\ 1! ;{ ', -, oi. MRS. JOHN T! CAREY,

1 f.u-bt \ -i' I . ' ,TOUR "ad" not-seen here f tui 27.tt-g.ea ',:",', .;"_, :::ti ;;', :," ';.. ,, LEMON
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{.r i picturesque and novel Mr] B. has the genuine At Memphis''!in 1878, where the,, city
i 1: nefespiper instinct of investing(even trIvial oc- was in a verV dirty condition and

r- : e \\lUiaIDI. 1etropoli t O currents!: Besides In charming being a good and'!;.newspaper delightful expression man,he- where a com mi) nity existed''' which: had Bank of Bay Biscayne '' S

is a* goW citizen,and will bt; found acme in all not for many!) years been 'visited by

; Entered tin the Postoffice at Miami, Florida godd M Wks tba tend to promote the city's w eltart. 'Yellow. Jack.'" the death rate, as,we ; ;

'< ,....." .al IeCQnd-clul mettcqTus Ocala has weighed him in a good many collect! it, was about 70 per' cent.
\ : bat.ne and found him wanting In none.. .
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;. |MOST SOUTHEBN NKWSPAPEB PTTBILISHED The 1878 epidemic was more or,less \ '
\ ON THE MAIN LAND OFTax I? i very gratifying to us to know malignant at all points invaded. In MIAMI; FLORIDA.. ,,
that such
i UNITED STATES. ur new assistant deserves '
1888 the
epidemic was comparatively
--xxW> < r- -l X, rffablithed -* '*- N > high xpressions of r Bard from the ..1
f.: 'I"! by the East Coast Publishing Company. mild. It is al6a fact that the death I ,. ... r
peopl of Ocala and
1! a Corporation. his'fissilciates..Wefret :
; .. 1 f readers and ratemay change very greatly dur- \ Conducts a, General Bankirg
confident our friends, \
U. WALTER GRAHAM, '. Editor.( \ ing the'course oil an epidemic It may M. BROWN.. ( 1
patjWs I in this vicinity will welcome PBESIOCMT usiness. :Issues Drafts on All: ;,
with verl mild death rate and
{ begin a t
tiirri co 'ially to his new home and extend arts of the World. Accounts!
, Rates.Six
1 Subscription in month or two change to the most R. R. MoCORMICK,
:i. Oneyelr U .. : ....'2 00 to| him such courtesy as one who II
months...+'.:.......:.>......... 100 recommended deserv malignant tYl .)I On the other hand it VICE-PRESIDENT olicited 1 and Every 'Favor Cons }
r t: Hlnjle co.ie ...l ;. .....:.. 05 com Ii so well es. beginith arked malignity and CHARLES GARTHSIDE stent With
may Conservative'Bankl .
.j'.J1; Foreign BubBcriptions. 600.cente extra to cover. We! sincerely trust Mr.| Burlingame '
.' : oostage.. in a month or \!{wo change a very CASHIER i Extended.. I .
.. - if ... .,.".. willibe successful in his new field a's ,.. ing !,
mild for n 1 ,
f Advertising R te.. he has been during his few months' ", .
y :
I What w. hay stated in regard to ; '
SINGLE i OXK OiK TIIREK SIX ONE resident inOcala. Miahii offers much \ CORI F.SPON: N''rS: : A" .. t :
COL'1 W'K.. MO. MOs MOS. 'YnB.t yellow r'\'f'r is also true as to many diseases ArfT >
1 : ) 1 inch f .. 100 $201) I. 00 $600 $10 DOI better possibilities, and :we feel, ,confi ; t
_r't' 2 inches:.. 50 S 00 6 00 10 50 18 00 \ them. of,1ron.tagious character Smallpox Seaboard N\tionatJJank; New York.> '. f
will be able to ,
grasp .
, : 'f .8 inches'..\\1 200'4iq 800, 15 00 2900 dent\h .
\ UMIIICS greatly. In
ep" some '
1 4 inches. . 3 00 5 00 10 Oil,, IS tt 80 00 I The future>>f the METROPOLIS will vary Nat'l Bank of .; Jacksonville.FOREIGN ,
4 I, t 5 inches .4 00 C CO 14 W '2100 MOO., la cases the death 1 irate in spite of the Jacksonviller .. i
his efforts \
"I 6''inches 460 800 1400 24 00 depend { great deal upon '
T Inches \ 6 00 ..00 1C OU 2700 48 00 We with his assistance tnost scientific treatment, la fifty percent CO-RESPONDENT. : \ '
and ,
'. 8 inches. &.10 10 00 18 00 SO 00 M 00 ability. hope '
and in where. but little '
oth Knaiith Nachod
rs Kuhne New Yorky
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Cinches iOO 11 00 2000 33 00 60007U o make the paper a greater power ? : ,
-I '101 nolle, > 12 00 42 00 36 00 66 00 medical, skill is available the,,death rate _
:l- 11 inches:. 8 00 19 60 24 00 33 00 72: 00 for good, and to command the general \ '
, 12 inches... 850 -1500XW 42 00 78 W will be less than twenty per cent. I
13 Inches ., 9 00 16 00 *t 00 43: W IH 00 respect and good-will of all the peopleof There have been pidemics (diphtheria : Elegant t 'Iron' Yanlt,and Burglar-Proof Safe t With Triple) Concussion Time Locks ,
\ 14 inches, 9 60 17 00 8000 4300 110 00 vicinity. If we succeed, the indirect ,
.. '-'"I 15: InebenI8 .. [0 00 lK 00 82 00 51 00 9600 this i where eighty per cent, of all cases / ; .
of( the '
inches. 10 50 19 00 S4 00 M 00 lOt 00 result ad our field becomes more Hr-bl. MostJmorofed Makef" ;.;/:-
6 17 Inches... II 00 00 00 '36 00 57 00 108 00 ,be increase have died, and others where, as few as I'
\ There will be no deviation from these ratesKeadli.fe populous rill a proportionate only ten deaths i h'a hundred have re Y
:S i S advertisements among local news !of patronage and the future ex- t I '
10 cents ailnd \ sulted. The same is true of cholera. "
all kinds of Job Print.IUI cellen oflthe METROPOLIS will keep -
We are prepared to do e E. L. 'BRADY.C0. '
promptly and in aritclasi'etyle at as, low We feel a great deal of confidence in ., ,
with such as wemay
.. growing support '
prices as|s consistent(with a very moderate pace of Y. '
.i rtkeiv our State Board ] Health. }Jr. J. .

\ groat.S -t \ ... We beli Vi. framthe Porter, the executive ofllcer, is a veteran .: Groceries alea and Garden Seed. :
to at. the FallowingAgencies .
r The Metropolis for Sale : comparatively in his line. We sincerely trust ,
i : knowledge we ,
A.T.Carter.i',Cocoanut Grove,Fla. Jimit1 and believe that"Y HoW Jack,'will f not : P
aracter that he will
Anthony Broil. West Palm Beach,Fla. lingame's provean gain a' foothold h Florida this year, 1t
Samuel Belcher,,Miami, J-iA exceptionally pleasant a sociate and '
b:. C. M tireer.lMlsml.Fla.\ the' ,But it:111; is quite 1 roba.ble, the germs \
Key westN waCo key west Fla that all departments of. '
: ? remain dormant or latent in.the cities'of
will be conducted harmoniously' '
I AU common ationr ItO ld be addrellled! and | systematic the Gulf States during the coming We call the attention o(the people of Bay Bisc e to. oar stock of Staple
'9 all checks,drafts,money orders and other rmtttanees illy and with satisfaction. tosiwi" winter, and break forth epidemic and Fancy Groceries, Fruit ROil Food Products of all kinds. ; also. our stock of Grain.

THE EAST made CSAST\PCBLISHING: \ CO.Miami oars lv, s a as our pat ons. form Hay, Bran Cotton See, :Meal,(bound. Food" and WWt.
> Fla early next 8U Imer, no' measures / We are the only house on Bay Biscay De dealiDgeiclneively in the above line of
'\ too stringent b adopted, keep it ood. We buY close and will sell close. We fovtte/ronr correspondence and solicit. ...

,f MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCT., 1, 1897. A W6MA1TS EDITON. out of Florida, and' the citizens, of jour patronage.. \"eorytmlf, / E, L., BRADY r'_CO. _MyifA. .
The L die Aid Society the First Miami and of 'ever other community

f THE'article signed 'I'. B.. "from 9 o- .Methodist Episcopal Church of Miami should. co-operate with', the health, authorities '
, '
declined are making 'arrangements to control to the full 'extent of their \
coanut Grove because it is .
: the columns bf the METROPOLIS for one ability. In the prevention'of epidemics .
unaccompanied, by,the author's name. M 1 1M I
issue, p probably that of Nov, mber 5th i. one word covers the whole subjectr- :

The ladies] will edit the paper, in Cleanliness I,, Cleanliness!! Cleanliness

." THE' METROPOLIS. bas secured' the fact, theyeipect. to write every line !!! \l '

w service-of a special"correspondent. who which will appear in the METROPOLIS" on The pestilence; must have ftJth'lto'' teed

i will be present I, at the launching, the November 6th. ,The whole'I aper will upon, as Ben Butler' demonstrated at an4idence '

-.I t d fine new 8t amship "MIAMI at, the belongtothe forone week We will New Orleans during the war,'when the Busin s' Lots

Cramps shipyard\ Philadelphia or p blish' 411 pur regular ,advertising, i Confederate forces confidently relied .

.. about the 15tM! inst. We.also hope to matter ai us al, of course, but\ the ladies upon the ability of {Yellow Jack" to -- .

r.ceive photographs:of the new: ship expect to canvas Miami i nd vicinity annihilate the unacplimated Federal

'within a few eeks which our readers thorough. ] y and to secui, at least troops, Butler keptlall hands busy at '

will-be incited. ,to call and inspect at fifteen colums of advertising xtra for scrubbing and cleaning up, and with E/KINGSLEY -

1 i I our office. [ \ their: special I dition. They'xpect, to the.most rigid discipline in, auitary y '

;. ,. secure orders!for a great: number of matters averted an I'epidemic. I New General Agent for Mr' Julia D. Tuttle.

c .THERE is a dearth of news from Cc-' : extra copies of,the! paper, probably several Orleans, has only had One serious. visitation - :
!coanut, Grove this week because our thousand and as many''copfes oftbt's since. Before that it had them to'Location.
I Prices From $50/o $1,001)) Per
,- correspondent lat; that point has 're- issue will ie preserved; for months every few years... \ ,- lot, According .

Igned his position 'and none ,of" oar I to come, itjwili be an excellent advertising .. ." ,t RAILROAD FARE to Miami over the Florid East Coast Railway will be refunded -. .

: staff have 'been. able to;visit'the, Grova medium.! \ THE STEAMSHIP MIAMI. to each'purchaser of a lo%'provided purchaser will produce receipt for web

ibis .week._ In. future,-,Mr._ Burlin I'' The"Woman'i edition will probablj' fare,which receipt will l lie received as cash in part payment for lot. .
wine Be Launched on or a lout. October 1BU -
to visit the Grove' !contain t elv'P' and we ,think '
game expects one .
i. How the Work i* :'ro.;reiiing. uairi /Office\\ \ '
,day each week land keep our 'readers that there will, be at least 4,000'Copies, Special eorre po d-llctf&o- tie: METROPOLIS.

,fully informed as to :everything transpiring which is probably about; four times a* NEW Y RK. Sept. 30.l..Advices'"rom" : J

; in and about that most charming many as.- the tgular edition of any The! Wm. Cramp and Sous Ship and ItOT'EL MIAMIf

,' '_ .settl.em nt.. LOUR weekly newspaper' in the,State outside Engine Building Company of Philadelphia ,
.. state that the"new Flagler "'
'. . -. of Jacksonville. with very few, excep- steamship will be read >' for launching \ / :I S ::hI.Ii, -t"Y"E:. ='la.' .
: i tions. | in three weeks Work in. all depart-
MAIL SERVICE. The METROPOLIS, in accordance with ments of the vessel is being pushed

Our, agricultural editor' wants' tot its uniform custom of obliging!the la forward to a point of completion with f7CEas'S & Harney .

know why we \idid not publish whir dies;will letthem have- 'what they want evefy the fehip possible may expediti be ready,to in order that \ : :

J "copy" last week and writes.us that at. about costt her Bahama trips! from{Miami by the .-- .

we should have been.courteous enough The .profit {of (the' undertaking; time of the completion pf N the Florida \i. =_- ert111zers.REPRESENTING S

\.to"inform him of our. intention before, which should amount to severalinderstand .bun- East Coast:Railwaj's Terminal at that I
; point on or about-January 10 next.I THE "
shutting dred dollars, will to -- S
', him off so peremptorily. He we go The steamship is a tw n screw, steel .

; says he mailed his copy on Monday. the building und' of the Miami. Methodist craft of light. draft, bu It with special P/uu Mutual Life, Fiilelityanjl! Casualty! Company, and all Leading Fire e' Companies
jthe20th. I JT church: : reference to comfort and seaworthiness
,'| The bus did Help them [aloifg by,taking sobie advertising as well as speed. At the present I Special rates on dwelling'property for three and five years. .
matter .
reason not
appearwas almost all the
stage; riveting, on *the ALSO RESIDENT AGENTS FOB' -
ordering a few .
because it did not reach us by the space bottom, and side plates,has..been do'ne I ,
p ''81th'alt, in fact hks:not reached us yet. .extra -copies., T le cause is a worth!) the superstructure enclosing th di 1 ,HALL'S; SAFE AND LOCK CO., ',
1' = 'one' ..nd we feel Confident you will get ing saloon and after-I. bin has b n
Our is
agricultueal-editor the postman '' And brokers in Fertilizers, and 'FertilizerMaterialawi.
erected andthe o'ue 'n.
value receiv .. \ : put 1
8erat(' Cocoanu',{ G ove.. The trouble' is A large corps of sailmakers and painters '. R. DEZ-6JEiTEr5r.: iTotarsr ;E'U\ 1011 State ,a.t.a: I'. .
not' with :us; but itches); between him I is at work cotering'the roof of the Hjlf MIAMI, FLORIDA-1\) .
1 and, the mail carrier between Cocoanut ABOUT DW-FEVER.'Ye .\ superstructure with can ''as' Tl e are -

.,Grove ,and .Miami. The distance is regret fo no e, from the columns thus provided will afford ''ample',,space '

i only five milesl Try I' and,:trace it up, of the daily press that.,"Yellow.Jack"'! fora roomy in this promenade ship o\eriuost iltck.a superiority of the- \ : THE NEW :BAKERY.: a aS

Mr.'Pine. You'ar ,'no: worse off 'than has succeeded in establishing himself other tourist steamers of the Atlantic "

.s .4 ur1 Linton correspondent;, "pinionLogic" .'at various polpts in the Gulf States., s-aboard. A Rhode Island firm his , .. 12th" Street!, west of Passenger\ Depot. J .
., was m iled I ast'week in ample It seems that there is a steady increaseof just shipped the entire stWm windlass I -

time :and is only) and half cases in New eans.Mobiler, Ed. and winch outfit to tll Cramps.- and Vienna \ .
'tan: bogs a these appliances will shortly, be placed 'I'fresh' Bread. "
,away;by rail_,.but_ t,did ,..not reach, us, wards and at other, points. It is probable 1n position on the vesseTsldecks. v. II'' ..\
"until the day,after last \\SSlle. that in'spite o the most stringent It is'expected that JurJ Flagler and Home Made, .

0.i\ effort*' by the Unit. ed; tates, the State car party-to will:-present/when go to Philadelphia the by special\Inewstrainer _._ Graham, "I :- '

.OUE/NBW:/ MANAGERtTbea and local health I uthorities' it willcontinue'to : shall take/its flfst trip,into Baked daily and Delivered Free to any part of town.. '-
BUSINESS ; : { spread or at least a month I '
the. water. \ Rolls, Buns, Cakes Pies. Everything first-classpecialty of fresh confection*
,Marion Free, !.Press has the, following to come, unleS this infected district, Full: details of/the lau ch, dimen and unts.' I harts" one of the most modern and firet-clasa ovens .Picnic and excursion '

; i to say in ,regard to'S. S. Bur would, be bless ?d by unusually ,early stone, trial trip aiid commjsjioning of parties furnished on short,notice. L

,1i game, who, is pour,associated I 'with frosts. the the Flag METROPOLIS lt'r steainship from wit time be!.to printedin time . ADAM'MA.YER' ; ProprietorS7 .
.the-METROPOLIS" as usinessanageri; ; It is a source o'' gratification to learnt the services.ofa special:correspondent. S7Remember'I deliver everything free of charge. Remember,the place 12th. Street,gnat westof .

TO BEMOYK TO,MIAMI.Air. . : at thus far tho, percentage of deaths i having.b en/ecured. to that end.'AKENOMINAflONS.. ; passenger deopt. 1 1-V-cf ,
-t_, .. has been !
COlnmentingonbis' \ '
; .$.S.BurlinRanif,wjia'for some time has very"-yalJ '
been connected'with (I he\\Mail and'Express as ,feature"of the (epidemic ny\of\ f' T0' Mattress ,Maker "

business manager and tit;editorwl shortly our leading,pap ra !attribute_ this (to 'GOO"'n"WI''Npracticai '
A' ,
Call for ill
i aeettng be Held F dal rng t of
move' to Miami.to,accept similar position with (the"improvemen s hich have bern Next Week. [ opposite :Miami
,the JVJAMJ METBop H8i,one oC the most ex- made 'in. sanitarr science Mattresses on-'band and.' .
during S
> ; le Noti/e is hereby given t it in fi
celltnt Vs.person the East Coast and the only pur- [ orrier Particular care taken
past ten.1 f'It isno doubt true suance of a resolution passed by"the
,paper in that growing and prosperous city_ i in remaking! Mattresses. .
V :lilt: BurlluKarae'is au"'able and experienced that this has had i om thing,to do wit h CityJCoiincil regular meeting of the held City on of Thursday Miami at the its Second-Hand .Goods Bought and Sold.23jnlytfHE ; .
newspaper man and is-d l death.-rate >
senedln popular inC small bus-far exhibited L
16th inst., the electors .
'Ocan.boh'with the '' duly qualified city j
citizens and "
his associates :,
: .by1't1 :present invasion' of "Yellow are invited and I 6
.5 requested to assemble _
In .
newspaper work.Cl. s _
.5 : '",{+ > Jack," but', its 'effect has been highly in the Seminole Club- Opera : .

>The: Ocala' Banner. y" _says' -:. t'If. -\ exaggerated.. Arly work,, on jellow: Jlouseat 7':30 p.'ni: standard time, on -R.. :L. S UE\ Q-r.a: ,

fj' | A, GOOp SXLECTIOX.. fever. will ,inform} the seeker.after,.the Friday pose of flight nominating, October candidates let, fofr the'for pur the 4 4 f Qth SIIEet, gfalt[ !>l .

,Thel' MIAMI Mrrsopousbas. .been fortunate' truth that its_, epidemics i have .always. various city offices to be vottdi J for, at i% lanll ate ertanti' Hai'nes.Shop Near
:in'aecurin; *the services,|ot Mr.!8.S.:Burlingametor varied!:widely in'., malignity. ThtfSuthorities -' the general city electionto beheld on
business manager nd local reporter. The the'Fourth .Passenger Depot
Monday in October, 1897, .
|fail,and. Express'of tWs. ttpunderLfs say that the' ;death rate vari/fi_ the same being the 25th dsyf of the . line Harness1\ Work a specialty .. :
1 Lion has been a clean-cut} p4o-date' dins irons:as low: ,as five'per cent. to as high month. : FBEDC. 3. M asa, .f "' s All repairing Neatly Done_ 1| vS0apr97.1yhf : i' f.

every,local event! being note In:.ast le atonceef as,80 per cent!, : : } ' 1 President of the,Cityl Council. : ., . : Senator 'Price List for New-Work \ r'f ,
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j't A--L ,. ,. want'I to (jronfine-- I the growth 1\ ; from hill to Cottage, the hn to ,of Capt. A..nu! ke I, 1887 10 YEARS ESTABLISHEDb I" 1897-

r- one stalk ior vine and keep the growing Ull 'Thursday l' 'Qning, October ilh..La

'" buds! picked out. Asj\ fast as tliej benefit for the minister of the M.E.Churt'h. The Magnolia ,Grove and Nursery ''Company
/ appearat'the: base of each It'af. the Lrmo ads' and cake will ;be ,

jlqssom bud, comes out of the body of fur filile. Gentlmen, ten. cents admittance. .
I vine, \which should be \ up as .. ; "
,grows; and OH our Glade lands, when -. . I We have a choice.selection t (
F r ; iboutpboilt\ five- feet tall,\the top bud LINT N LOGIC. \' I :
I eP r k broke \[out and be sure and leave the Budded Oranges, Lemons and Grapefruit Trees,

'lls'lfCzD top,bunch leaves to grow; when you [Our LJnton ci it r'eslrondentassuresus '
pinch put the bud. It muirr| ;; lots of that the following) items were mailedfrom <. 78,000 Trees. in.Nursery Form . :

D BY JAMES A. PW$ work,' constant. watchinglund'' tying,' Linton Wednesday, September : .
[ \ This nectiou has never been Infeatea with the'"WHITE FLY" the Block 1* clean .nd '1
1'sli pasta at Qot'oanut Grove take Jd. They rived at Miami
as the plant grows to properl) ouFntlaj healtand equal to aar in the rare bas been exercised in vrornring
and prune (several acres ofj Tomatoes, : night, the :!Hh ult, after our and selecting bin!wood, tbnteartk :ft1O orouM prove true to name. VARIETIES-, i.
.j bhort jiractlrM art It les on this subieet are and we belie\eit pays in the long; run.. last i issue waI I printed. There is Parson Brown Boone Early Tard1rorvaIlacia tine Apple tyaoford's Med.Jaffii./ Paper Bind SuMitchel,8t. -

be solicited addresijjed uy the to Agricultural him at,Oocoanut Editor Grove.and should But do|nut |undertake it unless you. are jsoinethinrongleither with the post- Orange. Mltehel, JoRcelyn Blo4.Walters larti; i,nd See lleis putaelo.Late.Villa Klng.Tan Fran,-., Lisbon nne, and,,and Satsuma Oiruey I
prepared to do it thoroughly nicoaf( Linlon orj with the mail agent; "slcilT" Lemon can' also furnish prices on fall line ol Decidaoai itock. Tre delivered -
1 I - on the train. It Bs trying for a corre- at all i>art3 ou the KMlCpaah'
An ;Act i Approved by the Governor 'This flower grower the to.> Up items and mail them in ample time, k.
I will-give irfy pent+nal assistance U required in superintending the plantipg out;;of )
JUUrl\IMU1.\ mato from six ttau to two tunly to bl'lh'Jart't.llJntilto() late for the gtook sold,(rnm our nnrtiery. , ;I ; / : X
SECTION I.\ Whoever takes and carries months I longer must be for p. |ier. :Sonic: matter, of course will We invite all inspect our stock,and get prices before purchasing. elsewhere. Cat-. i
awaj from any farm garden, orchard them to come to sufficient maturity to Viand \v't'k'(5 tit \\jthoutany: special alogue after Octo ,r lothADDRESS: :; t. ... ,

orange lemon groves, or destroys . gather. \ We have heard people; speak I |loss of inter '!ot, (! but news, ,items I \ 1 F. D. WHITE( ..
an)1., farm' products, vegetables, of' the egg: being ripe. Now the eggplant stale bully in one week.-ED. \ x I IOt'tUt3mo

fruits ,or flowers, corn' or cotton from is ',,1 ike\the\ cucumber, M no value oLls.J \ t ,Manager.I'I"S:
the stalk; or! from any vinyard any to'eat w11t'O'IriJle. It is when joung, ,f'
grapes of money 'value withoutthe and its Captain Burton has returned from I'
any tender just: before fields c hangecolor '
consent qf the owner or manager, it j is ill its greatest prune.. Mill the Keys and .report ,a rough passage.Mr. "
shall'be 'prosecuted by imprisonmentnot if cut tub joungaiid greenand] then I 'I'aylor, has j>'eral seed beds of

exceeding three months or by fine shipped it. will be apt to arrive at itsdestiuatibn Hue eggplantshiqh: he is > transplant' .Important
not exceeding, fifty dollars or both wrinkled! and flabby in appearance ingot his muck. _

such imprisonment\ and fine at the discretion { A little experience will The Pedro club his'added dancing to : \ ,,

of.the court. soon teach one the right time to pick the other attrllctiCli stand their Friday J
SEC. 3. This Act shall take effect The-Land of the Florida .
night meetings |>rtlv very enjoyable.Frank Department : ,East Coast Railway ; r. t
from the time of its 1'approval by the \1 POTASH. \ : desires to make an Jfeihibit of the w rod nets and f {.t'
r Governor., \ contains : ingredient\jour fertilizer Lee,has gone:i| to Xew Smyrna, resources of the East Coast of Florida at the State obae'f' "I.
.. his of bananas in
be sure you have plenty ' leaving grove charge co Fair, to be held at Lake City\ton the ,27th and 28th of. .C ; '
FLOWER BTJLBSLXothingjmore of, Tom McBride, w.hbl( will move into .
of potash and October 1897.
potash phosphoric ',
beautiful, more satisfactory acid make'your\ fruit solid, meat). and the,house formerly' !I II occupied by Mr. ; Mr. S. W. Rowley of, San- 'Mateo, Fla., baa been' ', ?, ..: i' ;:t
or' Lee.
more' easily obtaineil'and beav)". Thel greatest fault I have seen placed in charge of this exhibit and all parties interested '" ; ,
raised,than the flower-producing bulb. with the Glade Tomato is thi want of ). Nichol received 1,200-pine slips will address him 'or the undersigned as to"articles for ex-' -.1:: : l

Hyacinths) tuips, jonquils; crocuses, solidity. .arge, finely colored\ and attractive Tuesday from Potsdam, which' he will hibition. space. etc., etc 1 :
[narcissus lillies, what a' magnificent, in appearance' they are often yet out on his' 10-aWe field. George 1 i Tobacco' grown ,on the East 'Coast, :in a:{ stages of' : .
'splendid facin ting array of holinessone lacking in i the firm, treaty character lIanna also brought,a load of slips for preparation and manufacture will, be particularly accept- .4 t
can have at a' small;expense, even of the pine upland tomato. We think parties here. I IAir. < able together with with each information aa will aid in the \-- :'

+ Solomon in all his glory was' not arrayed this could \[be remedied by a bbuntiful .; Hobbs is eXI cted Wednesday development of this crop. Sugar-cane, fruits andVegetables ,., ,. i t-

like ,one of these. Brighten supply! of {IPota& I. Let sum ol our and \vijl commence Ichool next Mon- of nil varieties, etc., eta, in order that} all tht products a i 'f

your,homes; gladdeu your borne hearts, growers experiment: a little in this jtla)'. !Ors. Hobbs will I .'stop over a few of the East ,drink in the perfume gathered up and line and gile his results.Buy'your day and see him settled: in his bach- ly shown to vititors. \ i
stored by nature's hand amid the glistening elor I All articled intended exhibition should be marked \
\seeds of Pine at U quarters. -
e post-
and'r .
sy' like of '
ivory, petals with sod ,address of shipped to;Mr. \ L
office, Cocoanut Grove. Mrs. Stephens i is pjlcking her household plainly name owner } -'
your entrancing beauties like the i m goods, and will leave :Thursday S. W. Rowley,'Lake City, Fla.. (F. E.y. Railway'Exhibit t i t. .\ ,
strawberry amqng fruits. DoubtlessGod or before October 20th, 18)7, by freight. Be sure la'advise .
/ Caligraph Typewriter for Sale. morning for Cocoa it ,Grove, where on l' ; !
could hive wade a' better flower, .. she has been engaged 4;| teach the next Mr.:RowleY; by letter, of shipments, as well,as giviog f i '.
Condition jt
cellent. Price .
$2& :
but, doubtless, <|od never did. Ap- information .
full written such as be in \
may necessary j
term of school. We' her
I' F. egret departure ;
to Titusville.
[ C. jChaffee s-24-tf
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MUSHROOMS and wish her success inkier new order that products may be-exhibited to the best advantage }..j .

{ We saw a Cocoanut Grove gentleman Plants? Wanted.J. home. I tMr. ,, A list, of premiums will be published, in a short\r time, . i "I"

yesterday with'a' goodly lsized! package E. Ingraham, land commissioner .Mailer of New ni'rnawillsoon' by; the Fair, Committee,, also information as to rates, aocomodations '.1' t ,
under his' arm. Accosting him he remarked of the Flordai, East Coast Railway commence clearing fat ,miles: southof ;etc.,'etc ': I\ :Y' .,:' ,
: Can j6u guess what I have Linton for parties IN ortb. lIe will
here, and answering the'question him- Company his ,writes is the METROPOLIS, that erect a residence and put:out quite an ," ," '..r .. "
department preparing 'J'.E. INGRAHAM "
self, said, it is*,mushroom spawn bricks.I for the an exhibit acreage of, pines. He ithpped here on
Tpbacco\Fair to be held at Lake '
propose' to raise enough to eat any- his way home and I looked the town : ;
way. We shall watch operation with City shortly to obtain, and' that iwill,of be over, and have it as I liist i opinion that Land Commissioner, F. ,E. C. Ry.; .
pleased some ,.
agreatdealof jinttrest. Mushrooms are samples any land in and around I. nton was well. \ '
ope of the indispensable delicacies of tobacco,in either wild or cultivated, adapted, to the cultur ',of pines and ST. AUGUSTINE! t FLA..

our great cities' and rank second to], grown this vicinity, or 'an y other citrus, fruit, in fact lib had seen no .. -jJI
particularly '
DOne of the vegetables by those who goodQrnteresting specimens better in his travels. I
of plant life which would '
have acquired a taste for them. If the beauty of the exhibit] Mr.enhance Grant Fenno and Ljnian Taylor have sent for and arrived home on the morning -' CIlURtH AND RELIGIOUS NOlli '
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this mushrooni is a success, we Ingraham hai authorized the METROPOLIS formed' a syndicate! ,consisting of themselves train in time for the funeral whichwas I' ;

shall, certainlyUet! our readers know. to pay transportation charges on a seine and a boat, and are do- held at 10 a.,m.Thursday, He was I ...
PEARL 1 IT VILLETT.< any desirable.speeimeus! which inlay be ing a land-office business in fishing.The 50 years of age,and a"vidower. ,Perley EDITED :riY E. V. BUCJlKA1: (.

We tendered. h I 1 I other evening a shark, that was being his only child has the sympathyof Pastor()f\lIetb\ tat_Lpfuopsi bnrth'" MUmlSerites '- '
gardeners cannot who itoq strongly Urge horse our In 'neJ ion we would\state out on a bender, got tangled in the his many friends., Mr. Hobbs* who ,. ,.
keep either ort st'ineand, finding himself in a tight bad arrived that morning performedthe S
that B. Moodie
cove to out in a few rows of this article Many\ the Lake City through at Presbyterian pavilion.The .
walked out leaving '
place lithe net last sad rites.
tobacco who
j 4dr'' feed, in rows two to three inches visited this section it somewhat dilali) ated. Up to Sunday School MissionarySocie-
in row or even six inches apart. recently, found some, tobacco growingwild : time'Frank Grinnell has -- ty,of the M. E.'Church will give one of
Aapt make more\green\ feed to given ,sections 15 and 22 of township -. the present draws the a LIXTOX, FLA., September 29. its, enjoyable missionary entertainments . ,'
on fishing
t ,,{, ( ) of ,ground: than anything we 63 south_ hinge 41 east, which' are line on sharks. \ put I Perley Clark,whowas called here by next' Suudaybight. The enter-
h eve; tried. peed is small>.and I situated about' three, miles west of Ion the sudden death of his father, returnedto tainmeqt Will consist, of recitations -

,where: it first The es up looks like a Lemon City. \ .. A surprise was sprung the peopleof Miami Suntlay,where he.will, remain readings, etc. ,A cordial invite ;
spear of grass. ty soon increases ,F, .r Linton Wednesday morning when for the present. ," ti ion is extended' Co,al}. '
J. M. Gale, of Mangonia,] arrived with s
size and begins o from 10 to 20 Real Estate Transfers. '
astool; razorbacks is the On Su day morning the pastor of thM. ,
his tug, two lighters and ,;a crew of A regiment of on
stalks clustering; around ia hill., iAs The following .conveyances of and '
: ( commenced t of his ,here and their'favorite diet .;E. Church will take for the subject
and store
it is from (10 to 15; inches tall South Dade have been men, get rampage
youcan iq placed on reef and warehouse in a shape! to'move. He seems to be sweet potatoes, as'several of his discourse; "Is Vital Religion
commence cutting, it to feetS-green ord since our last i issue ; has been closely identified with. the farmers report losses, There Is'a' smell the Decline' in the Churches ?" ou
Stock are fond oft and I have seen Fort'Dallas fan Company to J .
mes are invited.A :
\ sin o Its of fresh pork'in the air.
interests of the town organization -
working animals kept for weeks on it R. Abrams, lot ;1 jqf block.!'. nor h of few!] since '
days a remarked
his gentleman -
without a mouthfuj\ of grain. If you theCity' of Miami ; consideration, and we regret; (removal. C. Capt. Fritz bas changed quarters, ; '
who has had of the us, "There is, one hing I
W. MtCord, charge to /
1"Wesley the at'work
will ordered to
;;keep your patchjfertilized it growfastland $93.75. j \" being dredge
admire the Catholic aboveaq
busiue'ss is a genial, who a}-souled feN i in religion ,
the it it '< the end of Lake
by time you get over M. J and that is its hers
all circumstances me are- ,
low under
will do to' commence cutting again. Emma C. Bogg ; a'Small parcel: of land gentlemanly Worth Thedredge is running night toe
church their
true to true to
ntire TOWS
and numbers the ,
Farther north we'' kept cutting,; until in E wan ton :Heights' ; consideration, his friendU.j We population shall- and day, the Captain-having charge of true to their priests,'true to the eduCI"I
Here could tall the : ,
frost came. one c $75.00. the night crew. i -

year-round. Ic'is; ': decidedly' ) a hot ,George, Bogs Robbing and wife to miss his will pleasant follow face him, and wherever, oifrbestwUhes he School,opened Monday with\ a fair at- tion'of in the their school children, and tru in/toe tQ their home consci and- -
weather plant. You can ertainly Emma C. ; of lot Li of
; part I tendance, although less than last year, nc s.V No one can/know the members .,
seve'from;, half Eo wo-thirds, in expense Ewanton Height onsideratiou,$ ()o. goes. owing to the removal of several fa D'i- 'of the Roman Cat oJic Church butt...
of feeding] stpck. Try a small J. W. Ewan td Emma C. Boggs A gloom has been cast: over, the whole
: part lies. Mr. Hobbs will be a great acqui- mu t admire them tor the love, the devotion a,
the sudden of W.
patch. of lot Lot 4i Heights consideration community by death
; ; sition ,to society,as he is ,a splendid that characterizes their relig
$950. ; I E. Clark, who committed suicide by singer. Sunday school was held at 9 50 ious life. As the eedle is true to the.
RUN AND TOMATO GROWING. John Harner \ 4' 6-10 drowning in the fresh wat r\lake. He[ '
'co4Qanuy. ggs; Sunday morning, and at 10-TO memo- jyolefso the members'\!of this great organization :
This is our'second September in, the ,acres south of Grove.; ,consideration came here, in''July,1896, from Withey( rial services: were held for the late;Win. are true/ to their church--
Bfscayne Bay country;, The contrast' ,$230. ', | 1 j Mich., to make his home"'.ith' his son; Clark. their; cree J. 'The same party further
between this and last September could ",Andrew Price and wife to Thompson lie has.b en'in, poor health: for some remarked t not so with the so-' Y'
not be greater, so'far as rainfall is con Ming; lots 64,01 I and B2_of town]of time and; quite' despondent! but'no one The canal at the foot of.Atlantic ave- called protestant' "lyls denominations.'They

cerned. From information, by the old Priceville. ; consideration! \ ; $235. i was prepared'',for such an act,as he had nue looked like a small-sized navy:yard are not, as /rule, true to their church,
settlers we should say,Jtis'never safe Julia' D. Tuttle to Robert J. Ma hers never spoken of such a th ng. Up to several.days last week, there being two not" true to their vows,,not true toi
tocalculate|{ 'on' planting the Glade ; lots 9 and JO qf block nor h, the day of his death hei\ had.been at ,lighters and a launch belonging to Mr. theirlpastors; not true to the educationof

lands. before January! 1st. ,Have"your: City, of'Miami.Joseph [ work for Mr. :Struthers aiidsent, him Gale of Mangonia, the tug Denny and their ,children in home or school,
plant ,beds made land sown {some jsix I .W. V. 1 R. flQD1m ton a word that he was not feeling,well and lighter of the Canal. Company,. the n tare hey true totheir consciences.." "' ...

weeka'before1and'p1; ntA: ready to. set Elizabeth Plumtrte a parcel of land wouldn't work that day. [etween 3 ,launch from 'Cocoanut Grove which The, ope is the highest possible compliment -

'; oat\ by that time, and, you will be reasonably west of,Lemon City i , and 4 in the afternoon FrankGrinnellwent ;! brought the household goods of Mr" that, 'conld be paid.to n church
fJ sure:of high water' not troubling to 'the lake fishing arid',; near the Hobbs and returning took Mrs. ,SternhpnR 'organization; while on,the other hand i

you. The: high rocky pine lands LEMON CI }LISPINGS.Rev. : shore found the body of a man floating and- familv. to their. new home, the/o her I is a most'terrible arraign
can be planted any tune during the fall. ,. in about sir feet of waterat dfrqm: appearances and last; but not least, Capt. Burton'sboat m nt.If the church 'is anything _
They get the benefit |of fall rains 'and ? Stanton i.* expected home in]a he (had .been deW several! the Two Bachelors. The ferry itr has;any value if Its teachings are, <

truck luxuriates{ bn the downpour.. few, days, 1 j hours, He:drew him'ashore! and came scow seemed a superfluity, as one could trujhi then its membership should .-

Ourdry;, season usually commences, by I ( One of:our mot|industrious' young home and notified S. S. Lent OJ .who by :cross the canal on the' decks' ,of, tbq\ 'make the! church first. Its interests;, ;

February 1st,'and the' Gladea: came ins i men/Mr'Chas., Gieger, is kept busly virtue of his .office. .of. justice of the fleet, which had the look of an invavsion. should! be remost.' It,would be well

with their stock of stored up' moisture working fJ"i, crop of pumpkins. '\ peace acted as ororfer. He; tiewed the indeed''',for *ach professed Christian to

'and carry i thecrop _nicely Miss Carrie1 Watwn has returned remains and concluded that an inquest ; I inquire,"ty this. the truth?" j '
the season.:> If it lie had! him /
through dry were beep was unnecessary. conveyed Annonacemeni .. ,
.from 'West VhWe. she has I J.
Key --
notf',for the 'cut-wbrm on ,_the Glade to his and upO arriving ,"
". we'.ek with her 'seminole
viands the crops harvested would be spending some, family' there found a later\ directed to his son, : I beg to announce to the votes ot Club. -
enormous *' ,Even ,With half the crop and- friends: I n I i I who is at work Miami.. Upon' opening the city '.of' Miamj that. J'am a icandl- ; A business meeting of (he Seminole ., c

destroyed by the pects'{which eat holes Miss )tt'R" tk fs of Key West a it he found it was a raael' of premeditated date for re-election to the office, f City Club willV: held in its hall on Avenue _

t ins the fruit) the harvested portion, is friend of Mrs: 'A. Russell, is much suicide, telling his treasons[ Marshall and,Collector of Taxes. My D at 7:30 P'I m. one week from Monday:

: r<<' enormous.: Hereit any: place, ,staking pleased with the cdu jry anti we hope and where they would'find, [h m. He past record speaks for,itself. rusting next, October 4. Business, of 1mpor-i

;pruning_and trimming, could be shewillcotitinue, ,, tojbe pleased as w.1 had taken his oat, hat and! shoes off that you may-deem me worthy Ifur' (allre'l, All embers are requested .to4.
done to'advantage t.; but merely staking would like to have r\with us.. and laid them op tbeveranda fan unoccupied support I am,yours faithfully, :'t. be present. i' o.-HI GIETHSIDKI '

'without,pruning: is 6f little use.: You There will"be a peanut party at Oa house near. by. His son was \\ : ;' : OUNp ,;PUT.,. I i\( Sept. 24-2 Presidents\ 4
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Buen'a I\ \ Bay Front For Sale. 'I I''' hand mills or fed( to cattle. and. ouJtrt.; planted ,in the pine !lands of South .

: at. 1>,. enty-one acres'Wi b. a frontage of 1NDESTI ICE HESOURCES and ninety per &nt. of the' grits and Florida, and mills tor.theirmanurac--; .
400 the
eat! ou Bay. A pplendul piece of
1. land meal used' is brought from the North. ture erected, which .would )
\ Ijing.between the place of R. R. MeCorinick !I2_ 4 certainly :
and that'of A. It. Simmons, \ In my opinion a grist mi If',such ala, e .prove paying: enterprise. l l I

Vista sooth| of Cocoaunt Grove. The finest so,common, in the agricultural' regionsof '
Some of the Industrial Arts The the r\.i
.Many cassava! roots boiled take \
I :
piec ot land for sale on tire Bay for the : life \
North,would be great
mon'eyj. Price 81.500.'ill take one. That Chn be Prosecuted ,a blessing; place oriih' potatoes and also make-,

half'cash, or,only one-thi cash if necessary to'thecomnlunitp wherever )located, excellent, pudding.. ,

\ Cottage ] 1 and prove profitable. \ !!II The spur juice: of the cassava js-s '
-.f. -RoBBix: & QKAKAM. IN Corn produces 81
FLORIDA WI H OR WITHOUT CAPITAL. per cent.lof, .I cornstarch I remedy for stings and bites of poison) -
a favorite' article offoal, and .
oars serpents and insects s
applied externally.
: 1- \,Two miles north of Miami, Candidates for Ci y Offices. and the mills for i its manufacture could' ''be . ,Cassava '
; r close( to the Railroad Depot TI\o e' gentlemen wh|> aspire to be Stock,Raising CaWng' Freezing Moats erected here,but its manufacture would tubers bring the ..same- '
6 minutes fri the ejected to city olllce next October 'I' : pi ice as swejet potatoes '
m Sugar and Spirit M king, Rice and Rice be /( .
I probably successful
more in
\ lannonnee in the columns four'cents
bay. : should\ themse yes ; UiJa Coin'and Oriat MUla Starchy 'wholesale, pet l'pound. l-;;
Hew Building, large airy of the MKTROFO We shall I West and 'Kor b. Wholesale price, 4to ''
f.. [Bt>drooms.\--i\ charge! $5 for each announcement, in Stanch, Etc., Etc. 8, cents per,pqund., ,, I Dextrine 1
1"I i I. 'Hunting, Fishing, Boat-, advance for: running same in our'col- \..!:..-.- Rye,oats and buckwheat would seven to. ei'xht
\rtrr\\ umna[ from now on until the election i prove- cents per pound. j' I
French' Cuisine.i' .' : occurs.' Come gentlemen, part of the-"grist," and it would be Glucose,' wholesale .
l : forwordp BY .I, FRANC'LE"BAROK, C. E, eight cents per "
and let 'the public know what you well-to add machinery. for cleaning i and ':, ,, .'
: pound.
From till J. ek9on life of ,
Journal Commerce
l \ Chas. Courly, Prop want Sand what you have to recommendyou. and 1I'11.t'Ct In hulling rice, I '
j : by courtesy Arrowroot, wholesale six to 4'\\
1 1 tbirty-j
aug20-tf allli IKmlslou 4) \\J. W. While, editor and "
Hf"f. pro tnr' .,C the inner,. journal Copyright- )lILL8 I five cents per pound. .
I: eli by tL'aufhor., On reclaimed sa'w'grass Elands' in The boiled juice makes an excellent

'jCiutimu '!!from last week.] Florida from 50 to 75 bushels of'rough sauce called casarnp, which is mixed j '

1.M'lAMl\ \ I ANY of horses large are droves pastured .: rice have been grown to an acre,without with several aromatics and' greatly esteemed .''

fertilizing, and the quality can in Cuth.America. ,It is a pow !
the St.
on' best be judged from the fact that-it: erful antiseptic and will preserve meat '

\ J ah n s prairies. sold for, from $1.50 to '1.7S'per bushel. fresh for&long time; _

; \\ l\ BUSINESS,and':, RESIDENCE \ I ercised If care] 'was in selectingthebreedthey exer-- wholesale.In.18M ' j| The, juice fermented with'molassesInakrs .

', f :we imported 00,000 barrels an intoxicating beverage.called. :
1 : ; office. Two crops per year: Van be ouycon. .I> o

; S_i } would be moreprofitable.. Ail made, and it requires. 2j-bushfisof! r. Tapioca is made from arrow root by
ii. 1.LOTS "r
t : it" seed acre '
these animals find per eatiugon hot" plates and stirring with. t
+ Rice mills'should be built_ i in connection an iron rod until the*starch; grains I' :
natural '
pasturagethe with corn mills. Nearly all the hotel and then form irregular-shaped'

.\ \ dition.entire, year an'f} .keep' in'good con- settlers have small patches of upland nodules. '

\ rice,and it is a fact that the percentage Commercially are tjro.k nds of
I these
The raising of chickens ducks turkeys
of the yield, of rice,'is far ahead of starch-those used, for food called .+l.
and pigeons is profitable i in, ,,: arrow
\ Prices :From $ iooto $jl,000 ; Lot the vicinity'of geese Jacksonville and other any other grain.' ,Rice produces. toM root, and those used<< in the arts \ .

l ', per cent of starch, and it should. be and manufactures called starch,which
large, towns, or on lines of. railroad 9 '
\ made here. latter are chiefly'made from wheat

.' \ I. \ According Location.t and which fowl.afford. a. god!. market for" eggs The shelling and polishing of j rice rice ore potatoes, also from: the sago, ..

\ ,. ., \, I ill an important industry in England d palm, horse'chestnut, etc. .
Factories for canning beefiand'mut-
\ j ,:. \ !II j |I .-' I I ton would find slue iyraent I and' ''large and Germany. i The. following! vegetables) yield the

( \ f.Railroad are to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be.refunded teach tc quantities of turtle, J reuison,wild ducks. The stones used resemblethe' ordinary percentages. of sjtarcn noted::
purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for each fare,whit wheat stones, and the rice is'run I .'
and othertam'cou thus be utilized \ Used: for makPMalce1
l receipt will bra received as cash in part.payment for lot a through nine.processes to clear it from, InK dextrine. II! --

': .\ I Establisments for:sa ling, smoking and the husk, chaff and . ....,....,........,12 to'p per cent.
,(: I" , ; i Call on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent,! drying beef, pork aid! venison would ; meal. It is polished Peai. ". .........................i as, "

t : :Fort Dallas Land' Miami prove profitable. | I! by passing it through cylinders Bean..j..H. to 36'" l
y l "\ : Company, also \ lined with sheepskin with ,the wool on, 1

Or J.D. (NGRAHAIIM'Vice-Pres' 1 Glue factories would j. form. an adjunct and iI?,, sometimes tinted by dropping ',''.'- '\Used' for medicinal .
11 of value.CANNERIES 1 I. J : purposes.
Fort Dallas Land Cs. St.. AugustiiieFla \ an infusion of indigo into it,and the toiled Wheat floor ....1..t. ._....5 8 to 7S: per
MO-ttt; i ,TAX BAR AND CANA1OEE: Oat meal "
Several ,tanneries i exist\ in Florida to: give it a glossy appearance. RyemeafBarley :::: :,:::G::: L : t, 61 1 eenr "

i and tan bark is 'abundant.| Oak, pine, One,\.machine will polish and clea meal..... ::;.., :. i 67' .
six tons in twelve hours.If : :
saw palmetto roots i, ind lately a new 'rr f Used for food.!. i
3 Littlpros Fertilizer AND Co one of these mills was,erected, it Indian .....,..... ...
...p \ ,, ftephate plant] ,"cauaigre has been G introduced, would prove'a great encouragement to corn. : :.: r, 81 per cental,
the roots of which said ' -_J
to be
a ne ,very. ._ Used for laundry.'
small farmers to raise rice, as they ... ...,..,...... .
Rice. .
t' JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA, I rich in tannin. could bring their rice to the'mill an'd6nd _,. f: ". 83 to<85,per ,cei'T t":

1 Besides the cattle h ties, there,would Sago starch is obtained fromfthe pith' _
a ready and ,
also have'itprepared *
: be 'large numbers of (alligator i skins,. for of the sago palm,which is seen growing '

: aallfacturers of rfill hog, goat and sheep sKins, which. bring home use., > in nearly all the ornamental gar y
good prices. \! \ The'cultivation of indigo was.introduced dens of Florida. The pith i9.a, floury ,

'. ,, CANE BAISIN.O, AND HClJAK;I I SYRUP, MOLASSES by Turnbull with bis Minorca' substance, which is washed and the
1. AND Sl'lKIT',UAKIXO. water run off, and then the'e8idQal
( 'Tomato Growers. : should, use the Best Fertilizer, because the best isI This latitude is especially adapted to colony in 1767. In Iii: they exported; flour is dried. A full-groa'n tree will

-' "" the chefJ esl.. $200,000 worth of indigo. ,After the
; \I I' : sugar cane raising. :[The damaging g '' produce 750 pounds. There arerseveraJ'commercia.
: colony 'was 'broken more
( tittle.;. Bros.- 'Vegetable) No. 1: and Bittle-: Bros Tomato. frosts is. practically-are, so intreque'te! Conti \ .ous. that.* The the season saw, was done in this: industry aPr but, the: The pith! can varieties.only be utilized"<, when

'1 { *L.i .,i Special! .:.are the Best' Bran Is' on the grass lands, slough'andtprairiea can,abe I I can plants'arenow.growingwild be raised without difficulty there, 'bu I t, the tree is .old!, enough to 'be ripe,:

i drained, and the soil is as rich as which is ten to fifteen In the '
i : market.for. tomatoes.. ( !since the ,introduction of aniline years.
1\ . Kissimmee ; dyes
'I 'f that of the' i valley and East Indies it attainsa height forty
1 the industry has languished. '
l' -.Lir = equally well adapted tolthe; raising ocane. WIoJe.sale to sixty feet. It is '
: -" JOHN ELLIS gent, price ,ICc. to doubtful it,would,
: ( $1)12 per pound
: : The finest ,syr p I have ever r CASSAVA: flourish ,through the cold Of a winter
J. '. .A.: tatted was raised by Ca tarn i Burnhan) PALM. in this latitude. It is referred to.only
, 'Cassava )is a large, thick root, two "
on\ Banana river.,|\All that has as an experiment. '
feet long, and is extensively cultivatedin r
':: : '- been, said regarding t'saw grasi Great Britain alone consumes 8,000 '
I South and Central .
\ America,where i it '
lands and prairies of t Kissimmet ee tons of sago annually. ,,
takes the place of potatoes'and wber I' .,
i. equal e i iJ .
valleys applies with force.to th< / -
North Miami I found it In common use. J -PLANTAISS_ AND PLAOTALX rl.ouB.e .
I saw grass lands and prairies i in the resof -
: ,\South Florida Tbesfe, lands hav About 8,000 plants.are set out to th The plantains of the same'order of

( acre, and one root, often weighs as plants' as the banana, and the plant
.. yielded sixty-five and average thirty
\ much as 60 pounds, the almost it. ,
I yield per acrereaching exactly resembles The: fruit/
t ,. five, ons of sugar cane Pe acre, giving5,0001pounds i ..
r 1 sometimes is
\ \' of sugar and 100 gallons to. forty.tons.- Th the'same shape, but about doable! In..
roots yield size. '

tThe. ,;NewTerminal ,", -<;> 5 oLttiglassesandwhilethe' tie united States Syrup or glucose. .:..-...... .. ,To- her cent. It is 'generally eaten cooked,being ,
Will tate: to bounty law was in force farmers at ; ,
.. ; p ( Starch-------.... ... .. . ,40 per cent roasted,,boiled or fried, but when. fully '
St. Cloud'realized $:.J.50 ton for .. '
1 ;; r ; : : : \ : per Tapioca ;,10 per cent. tepees good Taw..

z Develop the. their cane. One thousand six hundred It grows on any land\that will raise It is largely heed in an condi
: ... unripe
: stalks, some of them seventeen fee t saw palmetto and the
produce is six tion. After fruiting *. t
: the stalk is cat
1 r \ t. .. long, yielded 4,000 gallon of juice,or times that of wheat. This plant; is Mown ad suckers ,
: spring from the
700 of worth 40 cents called up .
syrup, per gallon manioc in
'" NORTHERN Africa and Brazil, and same root for twenty, an.. Bomboldt

f ', ,PORTION. OF ,THE,.CITY. in tile home market. T ese' resultswer yucca; in some parts of South America. states 'that 44 pounds of plantain; "
'. reused
r r" attained without the use of a'nr There are two kinds,the sweet'and the to one of potato,and 133 pounds ton
'' j. fertilizer,whatever. I bitter. The t latter is "" I > '
very poisonous one of wheat in the world.. .
North Miami Xiotsj: half from the. New Sorghum is easily raise and, don'we 'a
: ; are, only .a flee raw state, but is perfectly'whole- In all tropical, countries in Asia,'
1 .Terminal' few minutes. walk 'Size ))/ but the genuine gree or ribbon some when boiled or roasted. I'bougbtlarge Africa "and America'
: i ;orja, : 60x100. I it is the staff, of '
cane is so much richer '
'' 1 injsaccharinematter quantites of this excellent root for'ail !
j Alley'in rear jaf: every lot}: Cool and_ breezy I that sorghum is not cultivated to teed the large,force of workmen e mContinued life classes. next' week.] j .

1 locations. I :Four thousand stalks of s gar' cane! ployed<< by me ,on the Nicaragua f, ..
'1' t ._ , ;\ canal -I-I. \ \
three to
feet long
: ,
f .i, 'i \ are require plant in Central America. Grated, dried One of |
't .. PR.lqE.Q.90\ TO, '$75.00: '\ one acre, and they cost $5 iper' ,tbou* and powdered ;it forms. a flour or mea Take a tW -dollar bill and fold it several -
j sand.; One gallon and one g ll of juice) and is the time each way'an'dth
very nutritious : pri cipalarticle ? n unfold it,
; 'Whii lJiey had chla have,been! pressed! from a'single stalk,t of food in Africa :and South and you Iwill find it in creases. ,Keep

'Buy one may ibe They wi l In :! latitude the cane rat toons. year, America, where ; Iris called farina and the increase, but send the\original to

Worth ; o a+ :months hence when the Ne 'after year for twenty years," equirin made into bread ; the printer who put"you onto, this ,

\! : only one; planting. 1 1Spirits I' Starchfia made from scheme {Or take
Jr rininal I is lc 7.: Ea .y Terms. \ cassava and a silver dollar and r
w" 11 11F such as arquadient or rum k : from comptie or arrow root by grating drop; it On the counter and notice the
: can be made from the.refuse'n saga the !J"
rT and
) & Graham roots washing with water and ring it makes. Send the ring to your
;. ,: I' : Rpbbins : making by fermentation' and]distill , ; drying., wife or best girl and the dollar to the
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t" .1'
y97 'i" ( tion. 1 ..Dextrine, a gum much used by photographers 'printer, and everybody will be happy.
) Ij.Q .tf', POS OFFICE
: f i : ,;j. > oV3 c' 1 : :, 'CORN-GRIST ,)lI L8. \i i obtained. from starch byatiDg104000 Try it| once and you will see. '

Florida has been. considered: poor ; x. '.
I J -,- '; 1 <"
i. Impo dVueU* AbaJo: 1 per 01..$10 p rpound. country for corny but eightyilbushel\ 1F:) ; Glucose is obtained from starch by "'QUICKEST WAY, TO A' OR_.
'J '; Florid grown one 1I0a" Ii" have been raised off', of thesis Beating with diluted
",' I' I per. sulphuric acid
i 8 n' Leaf Sotnatra.7hperoz.to fpbacro 40c pr,or.7jW fljfi; flb.pr_ lb.JUnnfartnrln FIELD AND* reclaimed saw grass land'f without j' ; w'hichfirst*\ converts' it into, dextrine# Four Thousand Acre: of kJ'&nIIbacL .la 1.
aeco ee GARDEN SEEDS-Corn Field 1 artetiee;20c per qt.stpr.ld'I.60.per and,,Other Desirable Property Tor Sale., ?
D b\J; f t bt not'pald..8ugllr any fertiJz r. Jn 1876 Governor'; ,Prew[ and" then into glucose or,grape sugar.1Tbeicomptie I have,;for sale,'about four*
'arktles;2 a pr qt prier pi height e_ raised one : tbonaand
t : I press not prepaid. ,ucaenber,p2.2b per lb post: : : hundred and thirty bushels i plant grows: wild, inAlacbua 1 acres of truck farming land and land ..
.r anaah,boo per Ib post paid., Pearl Millet the belt foddererop.25c! per lb. post raid In low of J of corn per acre on comm,, n pigIlland fO'lnt.y.and south to Cape S suitable ,for oranges, lemons and all
3 8ba or over, not prepaid, mac pr lb :All other seed at equally reduced rates. In ,
J &lock food.Cflc per pkt. International .Poultry Food.86c per pkt. 1.., L.OAMEKOX, # by the use fertilizers.. : .. \C n pin, \ kinds of tropical fruits, situated on Bay
'b :s f-an47 tt-M. ,f _ i: :" \' Jacksnn.itle. Fla. land theordinarycropiaonly j nf een to1 ble.It, thrives in light, poor, sandy Milt Biscayne, the garden spot of the world.
t" , . / \ Also city Iota at Lemon City, and about
., : 1 ,' twenty bushels,showing the 'po, l> po 1-' and for many yeah' beforg the war. up 17"'acrea of fine Bay front land, between

."! n. I a. j\ cn01ce.selec-: icy" of planting a crop,, on lad not_ to the present time, has been manufactured tattle Ewer and Biscayne Poet Office.! I

tion 'at.the 'office.ofrthe adapted to its growth. 0 I 'into starch-tby' rude mills and can be found domiciled at my orange

I-nfll.nt If There,is not a grist or corn 11 any- hand 'labor on the'shores,of: Biscay grove: three' miles northwest of Lemon
lWImmn METROPr where in South to mp: City.. Please write for price
'r ::1 l Florida kjnowlThe Bay: ?-.' : 'T. D. WHIQHT, Agent,

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: : .., ,1. ,. who.;. loeiolt' duly sworn, says ''t'b.t he !-agentfog {. Ten Acres at.North Miami

) Town Lots J! t Petition 1\IIAMI.F'1 A.for.. September License 11tb\ ,)fJ7.! l petition C. B.,Knott.and that tbe applicant each signature in the In foregoing the aid Being the a '4 of D8 of ne K of Sec' .' '' }

NortblMiawi petition Was marie in the piesence! of at least tion :ltt,.Township (trontb of Range'41East
I\lk 'ommilslon4
To tJte l1ouornblt' rtl of County ( two[ credible witnesses and that each andevery lying between the railroad and Bay' ,
ers in and for Iul County,state\ of !; uriua: name oc mark affixed: the foregoing .
Good lard.: Price
y"in petlUouer..C D. Knott General.daperintendent pplkatioprwas the act and deed of the person very does totheBay.
Ranging in Price From; $3O to $IBO. wishes t sell Ihl or!! ',,'In... anti purporting to sign the same and that there 81J300. 4 : *
leer III It'C.'tion DILtI et No. 7 f lrede County was no fraud,briberv.or deception in procuring 2-18-tf RoBnixs t OB AH AM.
A Selected [List'of Bay:; Biscayne Property. .1) / State of Florida, for the year commencing October inch signatures or narks and that all of ... r. '
'. Wnd ending SOth of of the Voters .-. -
1st A. I 1KW7. the day the signatures registered attached
Fruit Tracts and Cheap Lands for] l1we: I'ncnt. / ilepteml/erISlwsud: en'by.pl' lei to your honorable ' to said ap lieation were obtained after the reg- "'
\ \Frost-Proof Bearing body to crann unto the petitioned the J..tratim 11111'bad been revleed 'y the Board of NATIONAL_! l
\ [ Orange G/oves. right to sell such lit Mors-win$ and beers iri County Commissioners qf Dadr.Gountv.FlorIda,1o '
. ; i: No.' I Phosphate Lands. said election procinct. and he prays your.hod' June 1HU7. J SO.! B. BKILLY.: Home-Seekers: .* .
orable body will griint; him a permit I to snakesuch Sworn and subscribed to before-me this nth ,
sale Respect Uy. 'V / day of September, 1807. S. L. PAncluloN.L. .
Choice, Property of .Every Description !- I '. n. K [ 8.1- ; Notary Public.sepnocUj . REAL. ESTATE' EXCHANGE.
Gt' cra1 Iutenden4)

I r John B ReilV.Agent.; PLACES OF INTEREST.To ,
J ,1' W-E&T
it 1\ \ COAT.? T
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j \. t I I I Wt'. tllI undf'rdltut'i'illlt a najtirity; of\\the Be Seen In and About Miami and Biscayne. .Exhanging Property for Property a.--. -
E. Waddell , rt'glst'r voter's of Il't.tiOU Pr nct No. 7.of .
.\ ; I show Bay' Send Description
Dade County Florid as by the list of "h Specialty of what "'"-
after tl revislo, by honorable Miles: '..
> marltf-if 1 .. r registered voter, y.ur -
1 Miami.tFia King and Spanish Mackerel Fishing. 10Raplde'of you have and what want- .
board at a IIIM't ngin .IUDe, ttl'.J7IDOl't Tarpon you
# respectfully
r 1 i 1 IL It \ the Miami . . . . .. .. .' k
.. 'j r7f I 'grant unto petition C. B. Knot y ur a permit hooorlible to sell body during to{ The F>: rUU Everglades..J.-. m-. .- ..-. ..-.. ..,...-. 4 MAlUBAB ISDUJS KlTZB, FLORIDA.

tbe'year'COlllmeu.iul( October let JIr.tl.. and ScminuleIndian I Camps :':::: :,:-:::::::: 0
ending Septemberut 1Sal. and to grant the The Punch Bow 1 and Ruins. 4 2 C.'a CARROLL,
Light.-. .. .. . .-. '.
Florida and the Old j.Fowcy 8 Oct. 16-tMs '
application as above ay l for: Cape Rnrks! Light !. . W :: Real Estate Agent :?: -+
VOTER I ""O'Ukll.: The Florida: Reefs . . . :::: .: ,:::l.V.( : ::::::: 15
J A Mcllortah& lai Manning Deep Sea Fishing .. .. ;.. .. .. "..-'rK' \}...,. .. ...' 13
w'H. Edwards W T Taylor The Coral Gardens.. . . .:..i.-.t.1.. 30 MIAMI ;
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Juo. B. Iteltly John Bnrge'sD Bear (\1t.- ... :. . ;. .. \|..d...:... 4 PAINT SHOP-
Cosgro've / wm Johnson. Norris Cut._ .. ; . . ..J..f... ..__I 2 _
E A. 'I'ocber 'C Carr Ca-sar's Rock and Creek;.. ..:...;&*... .. ... .. Q5lalioWa _
'bla ... . 5 .\ T. J. WEAVER, PROP'R.
II F \ Key M. .t 25 : _
T (} J x ."115"'n' : Key Largo. .. .: ::: ::;.i.:::::: A- -]t::::::: .,30 f ,
\N W W 8enlgSi mark I'' The Hunting Grounds'.. ..... .-I..I j.. .... .. .. 13: ,House, Sign and ,Carriagei
f 1W M McL rldou .k Sam Filer's Grove" .... ......+..rl.\\\ ...,.. ... 2
:i -r R (! ; \ herman latbll, Little River," ,..... ... :.... ... .,... 't" ,.1... 6i7mHit
4 ., A Mchaac obn Frobock Arch ( 13
11// Will Thomas eter F NelluCbM Natural : : | 16 ;
Carroll \\'imams'' : ; : '( Painting
I Cocoanut Mm: :1 (5 i

; t ,7 I : rsp ; D WhMerfitt D Jon Biliclt.tone Buena .. !:; ..: *2 ,

Chas lJoues .eo W.Fowier. Cutler. ,k... .... .. .. .*. .... .. ...,...-'-" .:. 15 'r;
. mark IiJenkins' The Royal Palms .. .:........_..'?.t'..;x.I. B Decorative i: Wall Paper"Hanging a'spec- 1 .
. ......
Frank Scott M Phillips The Giant Bamboos :-vU.. 5 r fW-
i J C Bravo 1.I his Wild Orange. Wild Lemon.--.> ..,J,...... .... 2 \ ialty. Qraipinjf' lard-wood FiDishling -. a'; '
T Jl Mingo. .I X Durd I Wild Lime Groves. .->. :... .,.:?.....:d.... .. .. i and KaJsomin?,, ,AH work '
: Harry Adams j Baker's Hanlover. . :_...... .*.'..}J..:...., 15 guaranteed. Best refer- .'
J I bis ; mars I Snake Creek .. .. . :. ., :.'JO :
'. . .: ,:, \ ,Ftl'tcber x Durham alas x Austin I The Crocodile i Pond: :. :v. :::::..:s..4..'.'.. :.-:::..-10 i encea will be given: i
t . z.l7 ; mark i mark 1 house IK-Iuue: ...'. 10 Are.Band.9thStMIAMI, FLA.
d '/) fl'liIf' / Frank atone': 'm II OloverJ Indian Creek and 'Oyster- 'DedS.-... ..:::::: :: : 10 .i ' (" "
J 11 Brown '' uil GlIeCco' The Old lining on the Miami .. .. ... . . . t 1mayf1f.1):braE $,
4 B M Smith aru.lne Cs$tellanoJarkSmith Fort Dallas..:. .. r. ....., ... ..
VclI'L J.Flory I A Cruln on the Bay of Florida and Among
: .
I Jt/f J C ":ury" J tin 5loone the Keys -.L "..' '.''.'
u'lOIl" A E Seller \ m Lowe. I The Florida Gulf 3tre F Hrillbrhotl W Boatr1K t Eight; Hour Sail to the Bahama Banks.M y
log A I.Allen ( 0 S Dukes
; /Jl'j/Je/ E W I091n1ann! F Pope \ -LOCATED. ON=: -; .
(4Ciik1( C A Flower J bneidman.E BANKSWe
1 q. T Williamson II Geer '
.. I Rufus Glenn .14 hn KronotuerI Ji,
C OllH'r F :oieH mall i Manufacture all '
a L Dorothy hi Smith 1' k', Five-roilee south;of jMiaiTri.The .+

SAFETY! !I. COMFORT QUICK TIME LOff/ RATES !Ir T M C-llampton P Welborn Ragan C I Y ;dora'IJ Thompson Cohen I 'e; and sizes of i .. [::. 3 'on.th oldest.Bay.and. .Headquarters largest hotel dt

Gus Muller S Uoofrl'b ; for the Biscajne Bay:\Yacht, j.
Finest Cuisine and Service. AV> Transfer Between J cksontillEandMwfork.The Allen Stokes A onto Hankinl ; Club: '
( Fleets composed of the following HandsotneVew :Steel: Steamers: JUDd Muldrow Graham
\V IS Lewis 'C Roontt Daily Steam- launch CoDnectiohjWith i : Miami,. ,

t Comanche ( .eW)1) a Algonquin, t Iroquols 'js: Cherokee, t Seminole. : Julius his x {Villains- '. A H stir Taft tanks i Bates; $2.00 Per Day and Upward.. .
Walker ,
mark m
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t \ his F Rutter h. ;: Special Rates by the Week.
NORTH-BOUND. Dave Fields II Burkbardt '
\ x .
I' mark U Tuttle ;CHAS.PL\COCKi SOX: { -
Steamer are appointed to sail according to the tide.< James II WilUams II rry Jordan ,G. M. DAVIS & SON Proprietor
From J.ckaonTl'1le.tFJa.,' ( .Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays. William Taylor Culverhouse .
From Charleston, g. C., -. Mondays. Wednesdays ahd Fridays. his iI!, Millet i Palatka, Fla.i'Wrlte 4 1 For hours ol-sailing ee"Clyde, Line" Schedule or Jacksonyllle'aua'! Charleston daily papers. Anthony I; Blue Ci' I Raulerson
for Catalogue. 1' Open
mark J Lnmmus-' )- -2""pd All the Year. 1..118The
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\ SOUTH-O: UNDi', '. C J Wilson Ed Laws
AI J Ryan i kisS
J Steamerare appointed. to sail from Pier 29, East River New !York at 3 p. m.. as follows It Ioh" J.o nx Plncliney
For Charleston S. C., ,Mondays, WedneHdayi and Fri.lari. mark Plant
F or Jackson viile. Flacalling at Charleston,. Mondays;, Wednesdays and Fridays. 5 aDf.1arthJ' 'L''t Bard e< Systems

A Robbins V
Boston and Jacksonville Direct Lin'e.F ? : Pollltz ':11'hi ,
.-: :\, ) J 1 x thloreJ', =
Service *
i't Wash x; Ward 'arlt \. Perfect Passenger s
I Calling at Charleston, 8.C.:, both ways. murk w Stewart I i v -
:i D F Kerwln--1 Ei ichardson i the Most in Alabama
STEAMERS, "QEb. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE" hits ;' ; 1'1 Reaching (rImportantPoints.: 'Georgia, -

All x Davis Sol a Wilkin. I 1') :Florida Cuba and \
:i Are appointed,to,sari ai,follows: mark t ark r ; Sputh. ,
From foot of Dogan Street, Jacksonville ; From Lewis's Wharf, Boston bill ; J 1 wil F
1 FRIDAY' ? FRIDAYS, Jim x Drummer. Gen H Green 1 1mark. \ ,Novia: Scotia. ,*

:CLYDE1S ST. JOHNS LINE hk A W C k LIghtbounp Tbompw I Most: BP1enCUd :Sorters: .

RIVER' .Alfred x Crown his. I'' '. .

: \ ,-. : (DE BABY LINE) ;i j.' j mark his Chat i ark x DeLapefie IJessie. i ... .' ... -= -...... ..., :: .
f -r"- ; '
Enter x Steed' cbd Cone _:- 1, -7-- .-. ;;
le Palatka t Eta. a1l4 ; -- -
7acksonvi Sanford pris Intermediatej -- -
\ mark JUPhinazee l I e isr
., 'the St. River. o.j.' his R E adgeu --- -
\j Landings, on Johth Wm x Cpfiller Wili Lavender n ,, ; -

: \ mark\ Any s Chute ::..... li' ;,..ei} '"itti ....
i- \ : .
I Steamer "WELJAKA'Y \ J B hie x grown,J 1 J t Ralredilh b'. lei Cbatm n IMii :Bi Ja Hwa

: mark \%Mi Ij.tonbis ,
'_ j 1{ ': '.: ,CAPTAIN w, A. SHAW. 1 ': \ \ TI x lIl1ard, .Gen L II Fierce ..,

leaves JacksodvIIie.4.......:., ...y..::.. ...SOdaya. TU sda 'a and Thnrtidapsl'at 8JO: p. 111 mark w r j hatchet

Retaining Leaves Sanford; I ,....,......ti\ ..:... Mondal. Wed esdays I and Fridays. at, 9.00.. .. m.' 'W Jr'W)1 West Evans! ', II Pled P i1 i--,

f bas lien Irving
A Mack AJa Intou
General asse.gel k'il' Tick C"201 11'.,( a,' Street; :Jacksonville.JNO lIlark.x I. D I evinll
f his EJ J mthit

L HOWARD. Burr, F. M,' RO MONGER, J. F{ PA. Dave x Gret'nJulin. Vo6dardmsrk Tt.llenW

S 1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.T. I' { U Weatherly, WIlIt r L
O. EQER, T. M.." W. H. WARBURTON E. P. A. M. H. CLYDE. Aj: T. M. hll. R lIa IIrralll.J .
t l' ft BOWL1KO OECEX,NIW: YORK t 1 Warren x Hcrriday J I Williams

: WM. CLYDE &.Cd., Gen'l JAgents.; :' I his m4rk Chat; x to Henry '

1 5'Bowling Green. Hew York. City.," ._ } ,I mark AD enl'.J a port ,-=t
F.Wlnltate IS

R It K'a"haw Merritt John. m. rlt stevens ; / I l J. .

,0. j Georgia ;:uthern : IQrida'R'Y'1:, A Gabltlarch S Clements.' Hf celt'mpbeU 4 I In the West Coast Region of Florid. ,

c t :' and'l, TJ Burnll 11 Al adduct I PLANT : LINE. y
\ \ .. \ .' ,W W McKenzie E Collins n R n Ku 11 bre1 '

.. I \ Suwanee: : te. 7 J IiBep . .1011 per Steamers I Between Port| West: .andHavaris ,
f 1'h; to (411 Wooddall ,J E Ja ell : 'Plying, Tampa, Key '.. k
= T L e Berry \ "
:I i I : _-!I I uisnley vo \ ,.and Between Mobile and Port, Tampa.
t Time, "J'a.' ble-.J e 15,1897 HAW x IttisseU G W S; nttersoQ oI
I mark '.. R H n rter ; B. W.WRENN, I .H.O.MOFADDEN, . ? > 1

1- : SOUTHBOUND STATIONS"' ;! NORTHBOUND Lewis Ilia x Kidd Wil11ap P J Co.t.A Baldwin- :II V ;Pave:Trai d Manager. \1 -Ass't Gen'I Pasa.;Agt..,.. -
: mark J D Gi dens I
Nob No.!.. No l -J-y N 2, No.4 Nob his uamn'n"; 'Chu urley : ;p; Savariii.ah; pJ-su ,;

.;." 7 50 p- 8 20&.x Leave..M.AtlantB........ ..Arrh-e 1 SliP JiI 1 45'1 !II ... ...... 11 s: Wm'W. gner- I -
..'r".. .. Arrive ... .. ....Ma.oo..J..Le.ve- ... mark i8
.L. :: 1118 1140 4 lit .. ... Denn{ Stafford
t 4 JIt) p. u 2) p.x II 45 oIL M Le.ve-....... .. .Ml&Con;....... ..Arrive .. alit P. I 0.i. Y U o0 A x C his x Aston I' 'I I 'X ark \i ii
1M 145AiJl2 08 p,,. Arrive.... ...,. Cordele......,.. ..Leue t-/O 1-3 828 mark. ;' S E 8 a1'J1C1 MallorySteamship. -Una 7 7I
40 . 300 } 850, .r...............Tifton'..'. .i..4... 1m 12'25 140 : J D hall R T j Stevenson i
1 110 SO 440 ; 5M' J .;..... ........Valdost& .... ......... ..lIoj; A .tO 2Pl 600. A Poland W LT rbert .
....;........ a 40. 1 a6 : -o-........,......Ja.per.-t. .. 1002 tll'l .,...... .. his L L EnlDa

j <#< .::.J,:.::r.: : t: t 1020 7 :::. ;::::::: PALATKA..r:: : ::: t:: 61o 910 9 446 00 .:::::::::: Fit mark x Reynolds :'h I E C. ':- I t'N.' : ). &'T: s. s..coj ;

t .....,.... 10 T.. i 6 15 PM, Leave..,...... ..Tifton..,.",r..Anlve lOOp. 11 G9 PII .......... 1Il1arris' Peter x Darken
.. ,.... ....;...6 10 8 00 ArrI.e..I. ..W.V'ntI8..Leavt 11 M'I 9 40 ...... .. U Peeples ma It
\ ...:\ ..::.. -121 3 ....;. ....: .TACJtSONVILLK1.1.. d20 700 .:::. ....., ( Hay le lest Pia.Iz' CT N6W' Qrt

..:........ 30.. Ja 4 00 1'.. Leave....... ...Tiiron '. ., ...Arrive: 12 00 n'l1 '1. Ii) PII ..:.z..:.. Francis OtisHenry' FennellM ,1' Key .
.;.y:... .. 00 ." Ii Iii Arrl1'8.-.J'ITZGERALb....;.Leae 0 45 a)I 600 .........." II Wa(1Aworth'm rlt

... POI] .I1li p sr 12 63 P. ..."...... l.e.e.;...... 'a osta..;;'..,.. tripe is,.'....;. e:31i P. "titN James 1.oul8'JOY'WAlsh Lewis b s ttroudJ.ke : The magnificent eteamera of this line are appointed to leave'Key ..
...... ......". ...,... / ; .
1149 124 I :. Arrive. 'Qnitman Leaks ,;. ...... 52 a 8l Millbrook ._ m rk
1200".21-1 .:.:L.;;... ..:; ..;. ...:THOMASVILLB": .'.. ....1.. ... ..:..t M 24S, James J Brlnkerbotf John 8t pheDIR

;',t... ? 1144)' a )(11 10 p Leave. ,", .. .Pa1atkl .....:.. Arrive 4 50.a rt 4 LO .!.t-.... .. W Osban. John H nry Smith: West Every Saturday
,.S ...(...:x 140 p x J 51.A JI Arr1T.SanfOrd._ ,. .:..,.... Let e 1 18 15o ,.(..1... his Robt R arlor ,
;;..:....... 160 c 3 NS {.."....:{...'..:.Orlando-L,1. 12 M t:1 15 P K .......... Jim x Cunningham Berry F ster I -f
806 Lskeland, p x . mark W H.\'a chit arriving :in NEW YORK following Tuesday;' Service. and ommodationa
.t h:;:::::. 645 1700 {} .. : ;:. TA11PA:::5; ::t: :: : ; : Ig.1: (:::'::: :: MekaU Chesse \ Edward Brlnkerboff strictly first- lass. .- / '

. t... ..... 10 M A. ._.".... as...;... ..p.latka,._... fliT ......... 46 PJI, 4y.,...... Berfyb Tboa l ones I I 4
., 1.. 12 48 r Y 4- Arrive..a..Ormond. ..... .., ,....... Z 55 ... .,. x llurst' Rnbt bran From ,VIA POET w
. ,.. '..;.:".. .30 --.;.,3". ......_ .ROI'kle he.._. .. ...I........1207 .+.-........ Work Alfred B own Brunswick tdjew York
:.". ..... 810 ::._!..f .!.. .r..... .Vest:< Palm Beach._.. .,ale. .- ........ 7 U. JI a......... DO Vredenburg W S Rut k1Y ROYAL, fI. o. .
t. 1... .:....11.06 .h .:.!:.....:._.:._.:....,,1WL..z.!...!: .. ...M..t... ,b 9O 4..:...... E.Po.and Bratlish Johnson ' : PASSJ! :
Ben Robinson A L Kn lion GER.,. SERVICE, .t 7 ,
J F IeBerr7 II L "
,,' bperates Pullman Buffet t Sleeper the year round betweeni.1k10tlTUleFia: Nashville f. IICOerald.. J F U Via Ferttandina, C-. 4"P. Ry.) and CamberVia! Everett:; and Southern Railway.! ,
TeUD.. via Tlfton oa Tralus'Nos. a and 4, -' '-LI' 'I. W W l'oppelL. George land tLv.Jacksonville I I. .
A Operates Local Sleepers the year round between Palatka Fla.and Macon, Ga.- ,'yla'0.8.& his' J It 1nnett : .........:... ...>.........8 IJLv. a m Lti.Jacksonville:........................< 00 pmLvLEverettx
.. F. direct on Trains Noa. Sand 4. 'f 4( .' ;. .t WI' x Engllsb .Hallard Fernandina. .'..'. ..."..,...->..:?... .. 30pm ;.... ...:........ ... .......... W pmAriBrunswick.
.... .. ..... .. .
. Jesse. ... ... .. -. '
mark Brunswick. .iJUp- .n'
\ ........ ...... ...,....7
Direct Line to Fitzgerald ;(Soldiers. Colony) :viajifton tv A Cl11wel1. Lindsay peer. Daily:except: Sunday. ":' * ."'-:' pm
Gees Turn Passengers allowed on board for >r on TharsJaysI: '
S j ': iiRnnpd \\\: Albert pr snppi "
1' +1. | .NASHVILLE: EXPOSITIONS! : ]I ':..,::- hIs W II Girt Ian ," .- PROPOSED/SAILINGS : . r R
Ceo C T .
Trip Titkets now oh sale at following very low r te... )\' V mPslatta. From Jax.: x Williams lcCr mmon K. 130 Brunswick {'a
Lv. New Turk,pier 21 E p..m (Standard Time t Lv
: Ten Day Limit. Tuesdays and Thursdays. .,, . .. . ......; : 'slug..g12d0 mart Charlep; urguIin, .. .. . .. . . . ..
''':'' : h:1.: t W Bascomb' his t Friday sept .. .. . : :.1IUO GRANDE.!, . ... .:. ... ...... .Friday Sept lo
,.... ,Twenty.Day Limit. 4.;,' .-..,+.c-------..r.)0.' . 1925. .,,.. ...tJI'l60.; B D Cuwe11 deo x nr ch Friday. 8e t..10. ... . ... ... .. . .. ... ....\. COLORADO .. . . . :. ;".. .. ....... .Friday Sept. 11
OctoberStst.Limic.z, .. .,.".;.,jw.... .. -.-...._.. ...... -. 'H. ."." "" "" 4" 2621. '.. .. . '.2400 ESMarsey'J mark4AlienWillhsins .. Friday. 8el t. 17. .... .... ,..-..-... . .. .?. t\RIO GRAN DE.' .- .. .... . ..:. .. .. ,, . .Friday.SeyL2t
'The Beanie Routtf. :The hUtnrfcal Battlefields Route. . . Y,
1. ..LV J eU. ", Friday,Sept.34. .u.: .. .r.
information* sleeping car- reservations- mel- *,,etc.- ,Can- ben ned propU.,..bJ'writing his Guy )0(1' en" I:: Friday,Oct. l.f:. .::. :. . .. :.. . :. .u RIO GRANDEt.. . ;.....Fridayi Oct.8

or calling" npoa.rry. B1CHAlWSONjjGen 1' :>AgtJ7Hogin 1 Smokey-x Joe W M Feat erly ," \. THE 1 MIAMI METROPOLIS E W SOUTHWICK b
., .j 'HUGH H. mark' G eo. B.Ii kerno.B.Relll J' ; ; ,

,'t 't'1' { \ i j.= ,l' .' ; '_ / : St., Ja bon"We. Fla. Scott Payne I, Miami, 'Florida. Agt. Mallory lane, Key West, FUCHAS..DAVIE8 :

"L .I ... 't ,\ MACDONALD1, STATE'oFFlORIDAjtBefore MALLOBT. A CO.. '
ien'1BapelnLdeat; G., A. -, COC1cTT' OJ' DADA:,:."' Agent, C. H.

( ,. L'. [ ;'. " c ,!66a9Puielagerdreni. ; 'me personally'appeared Jaek ,nyille, Flag ; Cen'i Agts.;Pier 20 E. B, New Tbrk.
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q 8 l\i THE MIAMI '',ME: ''ROPQLIS,' OCT. ,1, 189?. 'J ': E Et.

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. Gene, ,' i\ : : \ Manufa'urers'for the 1, t !fent. "Glassware' i\l \

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Additional! -Miami Mince Meat- 1EILOflIOd1d.! everiMCausing\ ;

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: I lurid Joseph on the A.ground McDonald for four getting more new ma- \ ; , great deal of'excitement,but it is nothing; to compare with the L

cottage. One: is already in course of
construction on 13tth street, just west i RG.
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i of the, home of Wesley,M. Featherly. JOHN N'COMPANY :

: It will be pushed.to completion as soon ,

.;. -as-possible Worley and: BO family as to; accommodate Capt. S. A.; Bravo Col..: \ \ Will offer for the next 3rt, days in shoes,. We have,some lines of Men's, Ladies* and Children's f '.

has aUoi secured one of the new cot- \l D 'o make room for"fall/stock. Call and examine goods and prices, before buying. ,
Florida \ E< fi lE5
tagesEngiDl"f'r Rogers of the \ ,
:East Coast, Railway another, and an @Jl10.E John Sewell &
whose'name we did not learn i \ : \ p. .
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rest-dence: ,, . 1\ll" : Hotel/Biscayuc! "BIOCk,JIiami, Fla.: TILEIIOE PEOPLE. oJ
; the corner of Avenue B and 13th streets -P.S.) -We are agents ror7 1. Born &; Co., the great Ulur, :hgo 1 ailors,aud; can save you from *1 to$5 on a suit of clothes. ,Fit and perfect satisfaction:guar- ,
, will bej beg n within a,few days. ante d 'or' no . 1' i ., \ j 10set.>t97-ly-l.s. 4

,t tax: : Goff J.,11 superintendent;. Parrott? vice-president, and J. 1'., Beck-R. T lU'l Grape' ;; Frl t, Persian,' and DEALER IN'

,.:( with.Mr. Parrott's traffic manager private, came car last.down Tuesday ont F---r'I t' TreesYbur I ']' luhLIn\ ) s, Genoa and ff alter OckfontYellow ROUGH andDRESSED "

;; l' night to inspect the progress of : AT' I' Lisbon L ions; Dancy, '
.: "'. -the work o'n :the new terminal. They \
returned North yesterday morning. Tangerine,! ., '
v 't 1' Mr. Parrott will leave for the North in ., ''OW' ,Washingto Navel Jaffa Pine, and
be ,
; 1: a few days. lie will accompaniedby ,
( 't his family.;; airs.Parrott and daughter \\ I Jaffa Blood Ruby Blood, Cypress \ : ,;
y ; t" ,will; spend a couple weeks with \ ,
.\i t, friends! ,in .Michigan, while Mr.;Par D OOf. \.. and Parsorl Brow Oran-- ; .
\ his-time about equally CLUMBER rSpecial :
will divide
: j rott .. "' antI. '
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: iv between. New: York city, 'where he i l"
I and the ,State of \ .
I oil business, Texas'-Umbrella-At Silt .
] straHan
'y Jo ,'Stes where be will visit old' friends Persimmons, Grapes, ( ,
; sizes sawed to order Also Frmt and Crates. Let
?I'; and'',relatives.. H Oak quantityMornathental -
.... ; a before A trial order solicited!'
: 1 !" from the,State. for about three weeks. \ prices you. buy. \
" I. suit 'this climate and 'soil. ,JOHN ELLIS I GENT.\\\, .
';'" E.T: Byingtoni of Jacksonville'ar'iv : ; f mg-20-tMf COCOANUT GROVE, FLA.
.i S; ins! the city,last Monday night! 6ept3-6mo-he \ MIfi: MI, F'Sr.El, : ..
after Caking a good.look at Miami \
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.. ''I r I \ GEORGE B. BARKER '
and Wednesday ; '
' 11 fr and vicinity on Tuesday I ,
locate here Pull at Cocoanut Grope. baker-was se erity-Cv. -
decided to permanently Candy '
,; and has) sent:for his family lie is Bt! ;the' Housekeepers'Club. feet and the debris and Watchmaker and Jeweler
,at Mrs. Cuth- brought help Us. lint\ is considerably -
>- tpsrboarydibghouse. Mr.i, yington : jOOp.m.to ,30p.m. I I ---i'; no bouea broken] '* .
is a newspaper man of very, extensile Danc ng\\from 8:30 to 11 llp'clock and the man in' seven n I PCSTOFFICK BuiLDING, MIAMI,'Fli.

t experience laud is an adept in all Admission. to' Candy Pull ,Ten bents "stat; s." \\1! ::Repairing promptly and carefully attended to. AU "work guaranteed.
branches the business. Until very Thursday Night, October 7th.: \The n had a' minuteor \ Nov6-tf-if A fall line pectaclea and eye glasses always on bandCheap
two last Saturday, '
recently Jiel\:was employed in a very '
{ Launch palmier, will IeaveCity "
responsible position with the Times- \ aa the north-bound train stopped at r
r DockMiamiat,6 p. m.; returuing\till the'depot at Cocoa and as the scene of
the consolidation
: ,of Union that, but Journal'with owing to the Florida Citizen leave Cocoatiut# Grove' at ,11.30, ,I the wreck is very elosle' to the depot we Cheap Cheap !

f and consequent reduction the! +.'"..FREDERICK: fre8id nt. had an opportunity to see for ourselves ..
I force, be was temporarily out'of a position just how Jar the gale,darned him. The ,
'\ entire floor on';which he was sleepingwas
;: and decided t.o-inspectMiami Letter From Professor, Hobbs. carried 72 feet' actual measurement
He will by }
here. I
view of locating ) engage .
a ,
,A' LIMON 20 itor. ) Gueth ,did TffUNTTUT'II
in business, but has not yet decided I ;\ Sept. on the Ground Mr.
in,what line., lie does not consider Editor MrnioTona:: not admit that he was: scared a3 badly
the field,sufficient to support two Please'Jet\\ paper, come here instead as the' Star ('orrespon ent would haveus !
i' newspapers just yetrbut believes_ ,it will of\| Cocoanut, Grove. ,SChool:: believe. He.said lid had"no tune to I ,
1 1s.,\, dusoayear..hence-4: f opened he with' an attendance of in, get scared,'' that he was sleeping \ andsee. :
\ and at Jupiter with 19 pUpils' Pineapples peacefully and I when he felt himself sell some, Furniture :on easy payments. Come
\: The Miami:, correspondent in theFloride'TimesUnion are looking fine here. Tomatoes sailing through the,air he thought be

\ and Citizen had are,being set out, and I ground is was having a dream nightmare, and 1'I'I, me in the new store on 9.'
: the following last Monday's issue- being prepared for winter gardens., I the sensation was really pleasant until ,
l A. E.,Kingsley has made' the following ,rematnyours; \ truly, I It \ he tame to a sudden stop on the '0. :i, ;12th Street. .
; I. 'sales of real estate in;the last ten days: ,t t W. A. II. lIoB s. ground. lIe is badly b wised anti sore ." ',
'1 J. Fi '''Hill of Gainesville11; acres at \ but'able to be about aiijdjs bemoaningthe L ,
i t'I I :Biscayne;. jN; ; H.,'Williams bf. Alach- i Reliable-Seeds. / )loss of his pans aim tools, for the EDWINNE-LSON.-. '
ua, 10 acres in the same neighborhood 3 yI \ hakWy but what \ :
\ ; gale took the whole ; '
\ A, W. LivingstonSons' _______
i am handling
: also 12 acres to Myron T. Hi board of he mourns most of aljs the rent that
\Gainesville i'; ,Mrs _Lizzie 'A. ,Lewis, ,new crop seeds and keep them/ in he paid in ,advance: fo thesboPtuptoJanuary : T

{ lot 11,' block 18, ,Miami;. Robert R. balkj Sold aticataloguep.ices fall Send 1st next. I Nothing but the- cORgLti'S: : :
MathewS, two lots in block 22, west of garsdeners. '' brick oven remains. It 's worth a dol- -' ,
; L Mjami;'tKdnard Mdeller.. 3) i' acres; t lar to hear Mr. Gueth n the story in '
'JA< J. WardJ fit icres;*"- C. Webber.' 6 a13tf' Postmaster! Cocoanut Grove., his own inimitable, style :,
Acres; A.>y.Turn well, Tacres* Nick / \ '
,,4 4 :!Nel1! n,"b acres;W. C. Hill, 7i acres; I Notice;, : Liveryand. Sale' table
_, r Edwin Ludgar, 5 acres; Lewis. D: The services bf: the Methodist Episcopal 'Soliciting Agent, Appointed.Ihe : i -
I Barkins, 6 acres; ':and Benj. L. Oak1 Church will beheld next' Sabbath following circular' letter? has "
J;"*% acres. These, ands were sold in the vacant storeroom) of the Nelson been.received by the METROPOLIS': '. .
'' : vegetable 1 growers, and a portion of Block next) door to., Edwin Nelson'sfurniture ,.FLORIDA, EAsf COAST RAILWAY! '\ :llth street. near; Avenue D,. Miami., ,
-; \ them will be'planted ,tbis year, storeL Sunday school 10,,a. OFnCR: Of/' (.ESfKAL: AGFVT 1AM -
; m. ,Preachih /|at,11 a'' m. E worthLeaguet ,! > LAND COM\ IiSIOSER.\! \ V, Horses and Mules to)let and-for sale.:
ST 'E 1-1.A. J
-I, !"The'CoCoa ut\G.rov\ \l correspondentof Junior] 2.30 p- m. Seniors at AtUtSTf I ,
J, E.I )', \ I Fine Bred,,Horses a'sy ia1ty. { -
.,..' the Times'Ul1lon'.ut( Citizen' under 6 p. al missionary meeting'by f'ner4 Agt.and Land Cuinml loner. .
,date of the27thultsays:-The ladies bool in'the evening at \ "
Mr. Zetterland hereby -
Olaf ap
; ,\ "ofthe-'Groveenjoyed great treat at 7 the'SUiTS j I E. V. BLACKMAN, pointed Eastern Solicits' Ig Agent or Carriage Team's--Buggy Teams Work Teams't
r the meeting of the JIousekeepers'.Clubrecently. I ) "Pastor. '
,\ the Land Department, lorida East .
k The,club.has just bought a .. 30apr T.ly-gs' '
II"i > i Coast Railway Compan j with headquarters _
:n :very find piano and at the meeting the .. City at No. 5 Vater'1 street, New 'O'n
-i' "| members sawr' itl' for the' Cm time. Nomination, for 0lcera.ScIfaras -, I ,
t' : ,. ; able York :Qty.ppoir! t nt to takeORAHAM \ \ Near.Brady's. "
| Mrs BoltonXrs. Pickford and Mrs.I ware: 19 learn. -
I ,Harland.Trapp'treated: the club to Reilly will have opponent.! in the' effect immediately.+ I i j .
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race for the nay "J.M.Graham J. It. PARROTT J.E. I Grocery12th
,isOme: del Jthttulnusic.t) All of Vice-Pres't., onuui ' .
','ladies are fine vocalists as',well as ac1 will probably: e a'walkover as City Laid s r'r-- \ I \ 1'
complishedinsttumentaliss, and as Clerk,and Assess 9r., The; sate'will: behave i orn.s Street
,i each J'ndered'ongs and! instrumentalJ true'of Garthajde as Treasurer, and we The KerWes R ute. :
waIatreat not'heard. particular ,
selection the fmpromtu f concert o any oppo- !dollars has' "
,to the audience outside, of 'the sition' to Messrs McDonald Budge About twenty' thousand
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remodelingljind practically
been in
Graham,and Lu aldermen. Y spent ;
mus as
{club building.;"After the music rs.Hadden' AI "
/ oi WeStwhich
delivered! instructive .lec- '}.,Gray seems;to be well in the lead as rebuilding the,City Key '
,Stare bananas ; food. After'the'lecture Marshal andJTax Collector, but will shortly be read}] to resume OPEN
on as a
,' Mrs.':Hadden illustrated ,her have_a hot race yelp before October 25th.. its run : between, this 'city ,and KJi ;
.. We t. From ''what we' can learn 'ft ,
subject by'eooting and-serving a delicious 1\\ I !> bf I ec6gnlze Restauraut t Good' home-table boardai: TCnisioe the
would dittirultto tljp Key
'dish of stewed: :banana (The Ro Hashono. week. or month, .
West. It is" "as good as new, Nep) "
finance committee held, a meeting andaudited The:Hebrew' the '' f '
; JNeW Year, nth dayof boilers engine overhauled,'the saloonsrenn'Vat : and service first-class.
the accpnnts of the treasurer, September; was duly,observed according "
I, electrut lights\jl in, stateroom '- I\. Prices Moderate
Peacock.The club' will \ ,
: MrsjCbarle to the Mosaic law by those of in fact'it is said tpbHoneof the it y3apr97tfi.fs
,' gJ'-ta candy-pull *and W 'dance, on 'Friday that faith in Miami i by the suspension best side-wheel steamers) in,the United 0( O-EO B. XJOI: .iTN>rr A ..

t 'October. 7th. {t. of,business and jthe, holding religious States and it ,is i: -d !ithat it can ..', , f ,
1 ; services at Union Hall, both -
I- .--w morningand make the run from Miami to Key Westin I
i.3 c Wa l"1 evening. Rev Aaron llamermaii; ten hour' *. 'One ;:objection to thR, "
'Boarders" : '' \ of \V'HtPalm:Bea h,officiated, assisted City,of,Key'West heretofore!'(19 that ii 'Fr \'
dk. S.
1 at .Met B, "vBoye by,A.safra ck of this place. The ( Morse '
.too for the oute. It)
south side'of' 13th street,.1second, dooreast former returned I was big a boat
to West Beach
Palm ,
will be none too big in fut re: Thn1tcayne !
of Rates reasonable ,
A nurQ.' ; but will be:here again next Tuesday
loadt'd'an immense cargo onWeduefcdaj -
I' I.r *- t in time to condqct the services of Yom .night'and Iiadllto\ leave, RE"Al'4EST
1 .450 Registered Y'oters.It Kipper(Day {of Atonement), which three carload; of'lrt-lgh on; the'dock.' TE

{ was (feared 'that Miami would not will take"place ij net t. Wednesday,''the, The great increase is due to quarantine{ ;i .
{ have as many as 800;registered voters 6th day bf.October.. F ._ 1. I restrictions at New Orleans I and Mobile : , " ; J :,
for the coming:election 'If'.this,. had I.>. . i. / .n h h.The'Bto ,' which ;compelled 't e'Hey 'West Miami Dade Co. Florida.
'been'the case/wq could not have referred ''ml.t'Cocoa:. .. Merchants to order froni' New York. ) .

to Miami any more as a"city. In speaking of.'the,recent'storm at Now that they have bee* Compelled to :,- : ,'
,The jCity:;Clerkinformed, us thismorning Cocoa, the Florida'Star. 'of Titusville, cut loose from, New.Orlt" n4 and Mobile : .. .
,that on the'r1osint of:the reg- in its last'issue;said]\: for 'a' time and once get'in the AGENT FOR LANDS OF "* / -

istration books, tlast night over 450' "The most 'complete destruction of habit of buying in N ew'(:Yo k, it"-is "

voters, had registered. : MIAMI is building.was.the 'Cocoa bakery quite probable they will continue todns6 ; ,Florida I East: C.Ost.R. iway! CoM: .;
therefore legally entitled to be calleda building;which stood nearthe'depot..' to the great benefit! of Uhi 'Miami '
; city and has 'more, thank! 150 votes This was literally'torn to pieces andscattered and Key Wit route, ;At Billj ,Burns I It.\r " Florida Coast,, .Line Canal .and Trans..Co.t;
.Poabon the numbetrequired: '.by, law to .over considerable territory.' said f "Its an ill wind that;blaws. nae- w
%'" entitle_ it to,be kn wn M,a,city) ' ,The, only occupant-.'\Mr., Guetn,', the, body any'guUe.",'- 'flygl ', I ,: Boston a d.F.orida1Atlapti. ; Coast 'Land :Co..,

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