Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: October 8, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00578
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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home !smoking JGoiizalezMnakes e best' cigars in Gonzalez' Miami Boom, Royal Club, The largest and most complete'line
\ ( tlNCK : cigars <8oct5nov' t this city. T them :For sale by all : Belle of MImi and Everglade smokers of men's bats ever, brought south ot
: all dealers. Ask them. Jacksonville have been received at
dealers. >L, ,8oct, no.v are sold by for just +
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county Court, which' 8oct5nov ". John' Sewell & Co.*.. 'Cain, and- see "
\ \ last} Monday was ad- I \ Estes'aiiHotel ur children from b
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i M[ nqr'isetl [ ton r] account of the illness of : Mounfain,1Ga &top ed at the Rev.. J. .A..," Howland; preached: lack
:- Muy e u IJey er until] the-first Monday i, Conollirwent ? ,on .1 I Wednesday,, and Sunday morning and. evening at the [Hon. F.S. Morse,'Prof. Weber and'O.

M I month. over on, the Biscayne to Key Presbyterian'. pavilion. On Monday .,M. :Merritt, special representative
1' !Modesllj I Wpst'to join herl bus and who is 'eme morning he left for..Lemon City''' to of the Florida Times-Union and Citizen -'
; \ ,lan terns"or; sale at The : plhyed on the tove nment works at spend a few days. among friends and took a trip to Cutler last Saturday ;." ,4
\ 4Of. course you! are' rcI, Co's.. that place. : incidentally to attend the\ entertainment . to inspect the Perrine Grant. Alt ;x

,, Coming to Miami rs of E. L.'Brady'& Co. : i week which was held there, last even- went well until they were fairly start-'
\, Monday evening, gg from Titusville. "He 're- Wheels t& rentby, or month ing. Mr. Howland will conduct ser e4'on the return trip, when toe pole of _
To see the parade of, wife doing well and the 'new at The Miami.Cycle o. vices: at Cutler on next Sunday.Finestchaid'graphiteonly1Oa., the team broke loose; 'Morse,';WM

Orientals., You < i just 'rowing .handsomer and' Mr. McDonald informs.us. that Mrs. equal to the occasion and 'chartered. a ,
for.the world., Coiae, \ Johnson of Key West has: accepted .the ; high launch and the party:got back to "be-: "
: every day grade tire lOc roll at The f
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tape o'clockt.
't Buena Vista. Come; ; plans of her new reslaence.'and work city all right about. eight
Come everybody.Rlde I II one jof the tandems of Tbe upon same will commence immediately.The Miami Cycle Co.'s.W. night i, '...

\\I a.c i 'Co. \..... erection of 'a i ,house for Captain 'H. Sanders bf Mangonia, and Try Little Bros.; Special Formula. '
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: Brady* left for his home at Ti 'Bravo, on the lot ,corner of Avenue .C"and Charles Layton of Palm'Beach'camejn Fertilizer fortomatoea. Used by E. C.I -
" W. M. Featherly has \ after llth, street will also! be commenced Wednesday! night with the lighters onwhich' Gaunt S. Belcher Broa.
Lippincott
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yesterday morning ,
.. this.visit to Key West i I in Miami taking: care the'\;coming week.Bet was ,the house of Charles|Mc- 'and others with eicellent results At "'
sojourn ,
| Ride Crawford* he $ s interests. here, in the Bicycle enamel only '25c per can Cord of Linton.' 'and The.were anchored ;Miami %U a tdn. Terms cashr ,;: ' 4
on the shore yesterday morn '
Harry Conoliy is fl j Mr. Eggers.I at ThevMiami" CycW Cp.'s. ' ing removed bay the building to "terra loct-.lnov-f", John:Ellis., ;

':'morrow'hight. or ;i JIa: ana smokers if yoq' wish >V. H.x' arnei,. our! hustling ,insurance firma" after whIch they set saUl) for Charles Wed of, Lintonhai

\ 'Ride a Cr l' i ii |vortb of your,money. 8o5n agent and;; sub-collector of, this home. purchased from A. E. Kingsley,agenti
'a visit lor Mrs. Julia D.Tattle, lot 10 in'block. j
port who has been j on to"Key
W. 'H. Tenable! of Parker went up to Fort Lau- West'.returued' home last night. He Let?us'; fix your old wheel.we'C&rmake 103 ''north.. Mr., McCrimmon has the

" 1 ''through the'city !&' yesterday to spend a .few days came by the way of Tampa and Sanford it 4 wheel right at little' cost.. contract"for clearing' up the lot, and '

\ Key West...". ., 1[ The guests at the Hotel stopping off at the |latter .place for a The Miami Cycle Co., ; .Mr.'McCord, .who-has had charge of e;

,;, .*' Tirejtape *'t The aro j expecting to feast, "on ven- brie visit tohi3; lather, ; .. .. Mrs. C. H. Keys, mother of Mn: E.C the W. J: Gale store at Linton,will re- ,
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| sooq! asjhe returns. : Harrington, a lady who is highlyes- move at once to Miami j invfact i he has
(t1/: H e; Hill.goad : a Sia \arap for sale. by. : The Sewing machines and/machine pairarepaired .. teemed by many friends on Biscayne arrived, bringing his house with him, 4 '
?t. /East Coast system ,. le Q > : at The Miami'Cycle,* .Co.'s.E. Bay'and by all who have the honor of having placed' it ,on lighters 'and :. dam
.'f -i .t athe, ;city'tbis| week.i .- ? ., T, Byingtonormerly bt the her acquaintance, who has been spending brought it through the canal. It will be
the
DP Tuttle:; presented 1'ihl -U non..,haatenttsi-..Hadley the summer.at':Chicagpvwr6jc the* placed-in position as soon as-the'lot is ,
; tr-.f.?%*niatir.. 'V>5/ < i l"Tb thtsweek with One 3*, : *.
..r"'Oo-- ."- : ,, a vi ry place, -o n Biscayne,7BayA i ,; just- above McTBOPOLla from. that cityj that, ,she ready f", '
: Ir\ I\It S, rare-variety oft the Buena A'ista.lis, family will arrive was to leave for home on Monday and 'Have your wheel enameled hUt it
: -.i :D. P. Wing of'St.' ;' {on{ contains 3? blossoms l ;. in Miami this evening and they\will gop will stop at various points en route. cleaned up. Don't ,ride'a click-clack;

.. . al train dispatcher;for, a lively appearance.. tOtheir', new home tomorrow morning Bicycle spokes and all repair' goods wheel; let; us. fix.. It,. The Miami CycleCo. ,
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was* .in the city \: y ySt' sold on easy payments at The on naptha' launch.' ,) for home repairing. at The Miami. Cycle 4 '

{'For: sale chea-a C .'s. ; Ride Fine of the Road Kings, for sale' : C.O.'II. r -- It is very probable' that the Block- .

{ young and Sound. t services were. held and rent by The Miami: Cycle Co. J. P.'"Coates of the Biscayne Bay 8om Fish Co., of' Punta Gorda, .will V .,

Mooney, Miami, Fla. : in the'vacant store on.12th 'S, Si; Burlingame arrived in the city Photographic Company has been busy establish a large fish house here within -" '
t ear Avenue, D., owned by: ,Mr. from Ocala last Friday night and has this.week taking views of the prominent the next thirty days. They will be
.' .,,.. Messrs. McDonald, R ; n. Rev; E. V"; Blackman entered upon his ;;duties ,as buildings,residences and business located on the river, front. between' ''
.were out on iWedDe two eloquent sermons on that; manager and reporter| for.the Business houses of this city for the use of the Avenue D and the steamer wharf and'
l nursery stock for their : = "' '" OLIS. He is well with ,Miami Times-Union-Citizen, f in their Sooth a cowmodious'strpcturewfll be erected -,
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Bent a bicycle of' : oii bottle and has found friends here Florida edition. At/ least a hundred for,their accomodation.- The gen- -u
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Co. S cycle|, lOc per ; at*' and has:, .made many hewpnea. views have been taken,including some tlemen composing this ;company are ,
j i p /s. ", of 'the 'strIking scenic' spots |tin and wide awake men and can see that a
t.'S. H:' Sberard of James : Archer and .'wife'; of Wood rims, spokes, and all bike,fittings around. the cjty. -j.[ ,large fish industry can be developed at
t the city tbis*week; he were jn the city yesterday for sale by The ;Miami Cycle! -Co. LS this point: ,- ;
'located at the\;Hotel Have your forks straightened and 1 f
stay.; t way home, after pleasant A rumor was in circulation'the first your wheels trued:up at the Miami. Cycle .- The fishing in the bay and just 'bat- ..
; outin They took the part of- the week that the- ConollyHouse Co.'s. side is. excellent just now. Every day: .4
Bent a bicycle of- .for Key est' yesterday!\morn- had been leased to outside par- large strings of fish are brought,in by
,;Cb| \; # : 1 :> ties. Mrs.. Con Jly;; 'informs 'us ,that ,Tbe' ,, friends of Capt. E. E.Vail ,owVer the disciples of Isaak Waltoa'in the

W. J. Shone of the trued for 25c up ''at, The, the- rumor is unfounded.Therefore of the Floating Palace at'this, place, city.. The fish are:generally very large. -,.; '
city this week,{ion his Cycle Co." ... this popular re5'rtw n continue under and for many years.the proprietor.of; and of the finest variety and they are
the old Hotel St. Au.gustlnewhich
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,the;meeting of 'the. I its. present, admirable ,management. aught\ easily and without the long"waita'f
being'made the '* was destroyed by fire ..
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,sioners. at Juno; bt ing erected by Mr. 3-in-tonly! 2oc per, \bottle; nice' bicycle several years ago, has become the lessee i: -the inveterate fisherman.. The M

4 Have you tried for] Lawyer Worley; the of 'era lOc at The Miami" CycleCo.V. and proprietor of the Standard Hotel, : waters around Miami undoubtedly
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,'of The. Miami Cycle up aQd"'eatberboarded' and t' T- White Plains..N. Y. Wecould. not; furnish''rare,sp"ort'in this direction for

J.:B.Coursays' \ .ofr; will be"under' roof; early next The Seminole Club, will hold a'meeting "earn"! hen the Captain expects take I the tourists during the coming. season. .1; '
; of the oldest .'# .' on Monday at 8 'p. ni.in| the club charge his new hostelry. : I ., . i

East Coast, was only &Oe per hour at, 'T ie rooms.' On aCMuntofl\ \ ,the lack-or a ,Best cork grips with German silver Caligrtpb-Typewriter for Sale ,'.

Miami'yesterday.; I 1'Bent Cycle C .'s1, I quorum,a ..meei 1.1g was- \'not held last I tips, On 50c pair" put on free.. The Condition excellent' Price $25. Apply -
tandem depot t' Monday night. The },members are Miami Cycle Co. to C. Chaffee 24-tf '
to .Titusv
.. a of the is being removed earnestly requested! t6 attend the Ft| ;
c;"! i site* neartbe terminal and on Monday"l'AS home ..mattersof Qm'Kippur, or the Day of. Atonement '* .
J. / .Wanted. ...
.- in'condiUoQ, on the import ,. was very generally observed -
passengers are to be transacted.
ante ,
-.. George. L. p n Railway are being )landed I : among' our :Jewish --merchants' on Boajrders. at Mrs. B. W. jOlI r's& .
Grove was in Miami station .just south of the .We order parts to all makes of' bicycles Wednesday, their,:stores being closed I south side of 13th street, second 'd .,! .' V

way ;to ,Modeio;to I' wer.' 'l'| : I I 1 : lowest' prices.. Tbe'Miami' CycleCo. from 6 p. Tuesday until ,the 'same :,east of Avenue C. Rates reasoriible_ ,
tracts at that place 1 '
.. 1 1'Arfhur hour the following evening. Services 1 I-
tPistolirepaired'aiiCp. sold easy"payments. The : held-in the Tabernacle Rev Central Business Lot for'Sa18"t.- '
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Co> Lang, (enterprising .
,. I .'*.', 1,;- j Cycle merchant! of* Cocoanut Grove, arrivedin Hemmerman ,of :West Palm Beach The wit. CO feet of the lot upon ,
"' t *"! "ov'ialv lt' countenance of E. ;Ben \from' officiating; and a fast observed duringthe which stands the Metropolis building. .
the city Wednesday ;, night a ,
'\The genial traveling', and :J\ ; road master, bf the JC.E. C. Rj(; trip to Jacksonville,"whither'' he' went entire twenty-four.hours. ;A 80-foot'"street: divides lot.' Enquire: ,

In. this city this week. IM{. daughter at school". After in'ten minutes less of W.,M. Featherly. .
1 Blum,; of Jacksonville ;; was the various-lin6 jto place We can repair or f
at the Couolly Hotel inspecting night under the protection mine any of your leaky tin ware. We:havea Citrus aid Other SemrTropicaJ Trees
\ ;_ ,<* Ji.. : now going Forward I here, ., under. host Graham of the Hotel Miami, he quick furnace. The Miami Cycle Co'; 1 '
Bide; one of The n. "J\ . >{4"' departed yesterday morning ;for home: Plants, Roses; :Palms, Bamboos, etc '
." ": The editor desires to than Mrs. New Catilogue just. issued 'mailed ,on '
wheelS.. ; J i pumps,15c\beet'cement: \: lOc at bicycle enameled to L. "
Have your equal Mary Brickell for a basket of flowers; application. A. HATCH, '
J. 8.: I 4FiI.;'repr ? mi Cycle* rt"Co.'s.'" }f ' : new by The Miami Cycle.Co.j 1 limes and alligator pears. ..':' he Jatter 'seplToctlS? ..._ _City Point" F.la.!'
Pollok & Co. of : W. 3 fi er- who' has ,teen "".We 'Ieurp' from' the |Hotel'Reporter were grown upon the property.of Mrs: J .i-' -
t1t- 'inR"8mIJDIt"tbe me the past( two weeks with hat Messrs.. Ainslie a nd Webster have Brickell on the south side of the river;: 1- Reliable Seeds.,. ,
'c and Cocoanut Grove at the Cotiolly House' ;and her become managers of the Hotel Majestic and tbey are superb specimens of I this /:',-I am :handling A. W* Lhin ton .4

IBen-r Crawforf ; .Arthur Weaver, on twelfth iti ,New York CUy. I1Ir. .Ahisli .will1be delicious tropical fruit; Three of the Sons' new crop seeds and keep them in
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:' : C e CoV yv 'returned 'to* \,her home in Fort remembered as the steward and af-: pears weighed,.five pounds and three bulk. Sold at catalogue prices'.. Send .,_
t.C H.Ciancy ; .' ;II. \i, tetWard'manager, of the, SanrMarco at ounces. The, largest pear, weighed Livingston's fall catalogue for gar-
J. : 'of ,StJi : a. Crawford t wheel, for sale''by ;3t.Augustitie.He Is undoubtedly one thirty-one ounces, or only one ounce, deners. PostmuterCocoanut "
: Brunswick
near week on a @ Gay Cycle'0' -' of, the finest stewards in, '',the country; ,less. than two, pounds. h a3tf. ..'' Grove.. ; '

decide] to*' locate Guild, r presenting the We have! some bargains In':;:new aDdwheels' We have bicycle enamel bake oven .Biociof Drngs Etc. -
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; r' SprIng Be< Company ..!t- s Cycle
I For sale wellselectedstockofdrugsanddrnggista'sundries
i- ;{ to j new A\trial will convince. t cheap, a large,
Unibrellaa repaired,,# ., has been spending a few i Cc. r. j : : : I : ,
M\ : the city,Bite viewing some.of: MKTEOPOLIS has'reeei'ved'a !t standard-time books etc.
Cydle.Co.'s! "' 'The : verypleasant At 8.30 o'clock; next stationery; toilet articles, ,
!t' -:George Curry 1 1 and N : ,Mr. Guild was. domi.. epistle, from<<; .J.N.,."Wheat of Monday evening; the Order of Orientals Some; Jewelry.'' 'No charge for good-.
their the Hotel Coi oily Pr perityl\ S.jC.. enclosing a* dollarfO will form in front of the Knights; will. For particulars address '

: . ;ey.We.t..areon ummer's outing ;, '. wheels, for sale. orren't. at ',six: months' subscription. Mr. Pythias hall, on Avenue D, lend march seplO-tf. DHUOQIST. MITBOPOUS' Office.' ';
in CyclevCo.'t.' W eat desires to be kept informed as to to 14th street;' thence to Avenue Band > ; | : -
wilt arrive this l ; 'r.
: : ,: ,' tb! doings and rapid progress of the to 12th street: thence to Avenue.D and \ Launch for Sale'Cheap..-.
evening.. t: \ : bfJKey| West 'so' wen I '
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pb nomenaicityofFloridaaslbe''antidpates to the hall. Many of our friends will {' in
i' The launch Edith B. now chargeof
Handle bars" .jriOr( t t known in this city, has locating.in_ ..this;desirable. seton. take advantage of an elegant moonlightride S. H.Richmond,at Cutler. In good-
ill bil home in the Island '
Cycle Co., L at ., : and at the same time. enjoy the ,
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His friends here will be *i :[ -f " > ; :condition, yery light draught< large -:
t ,. .Bev; James%: Bo learn many, that he II ,now convales )iargains:at the-Baltimore i Tailors', par dc.- Come, all ye :Jmenne,. and carrying capacity good'"ea. boat, sail-, ''

Grove preached ,to the will soon be about; again: pants made Ito order,right: here for $3, "womenne! nayboures.'f. -v I boat model,built to order of best- ,mate.
\ "istsof the city' last \ suits for f 15J with guarantee to fit or Don't fail to take'a tandenx'ride.one i rial. Will: sell 'fer.cheap.. Apply to

.e,,< ,.Ices wereHheW\;,' in(. : ls repaired 4ui'kl1 and.correct, money refeunded. _Ab. Safta'nak & of these fine moonlight 'nlghtl.-"Rent BOBBINS tIGnaaaii,4M1miFloridal I i

: mss. +." 3Uam1 "lf' Gq's; ; SouBaltimore. TailorsChase, Bldg. tl"t' the'tandem from The MiamKycle' Co.v,. or 1 S.URICHMOSD.. ,.Cutler.- Ioctr, U'- ,..
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Morel than;100,000,000 cigars are 'anauall -.! tiraated' that it requires 70,000 of' ihee H,

:J ':j: 1NJUSTIIIALjEOURCES$ } .made in Florida, and there are ,lnst-cts':, ,'a dried state. .to weigh, one : F. C. 0 & r R. R1k :
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\ 200 factories! Key West, the pound., 1 : "

I'! C' professions \ magnitude of': the industry in Ybor : They,' are brushed off>'tlelea\ei,9and Line f'

> 1 I Industrial" Arts I City, Tampa; maj-1 be judged from the ,killed. by baking or immersion in';boiling Shortest Between Florida- and. all y ,,'tI
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: cuted* fact that the average, ,weekly pay-roll water. They; are'then dried i ingrains I .I/ Northern Points. :

d1: : ) j\ I of the f factories} in that place amountsto 'and, will keep in this state for Everett, Savannah.' AognsU, Ga.v Columbia .

'i-I.., \ 1 i $GiO)0:1Two, () !1 any length of time They are collected Washington' Btltilnarel: \

: WITHOUT CAPITAL. sucker crops besides'the I first or three times in' alseasonlwhuh\\ \ Philadelphia, New York. ; j
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t t" \', \ : I original1\crop can be raised in a season 'is seven months. This;; insect .forms East. -I Or\i
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i ,I. : Dye Woods I Ani of eight-or nine months, as the plant the' molt 'beautiful. scarlet, crimson Everett, Macon-""..AtlantatCb.ttaoooca., 'i ,j

I ; : : Tob: ceo, Cigars after cutting' sends ''up 'suckers or and orange, dyes and l also I ,the lake and Na. Everett.Birmlagharm brille Louisville,Cincinnati Holly Spring and Chicago., Memphis. m.'' I, j

{I' I Etc.. Etc. \ sprouts! which ',,produce ja finer leaf than carmine colors used by'artists., Little Rock Kanaaa City. ,SL Louts. Chlea- \I ago.
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i iII From fifteen statements made bj reward of Texan, Mexico,Caflforniaandthe'Pad4y. :;"
$30,000 for their introduction
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1 II, BARON: C. E.I| ;j SGCoai't. 'j: e
Cnnni growers andtiunty.board3<<; and societies into India., It is!at'present aj] na- EFFECTIVE MAY 10. 1897. : 'Ji

.f i #ill. ;i ; F.TKOPfILI| of>4 editoraikl, it'appears, ghat .the. mean production tiv'e pf Mexicq and Central ,and :South illest NEW: :nn.foRK m.EXPRUH, with Through No. 38 Leave Pullman Jark Sleep-on" .: r:j'l

Land( '\>JimnuL. \\ hite, Cop>right- is:ltrr.:pounds\ 'per acre_ nd theml'an Americas and would probably do well IrA JorfavannnhColombia, Washington.B f .
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Philadelphia. ork and all Eastern
aba' 'oent :reports shows that the herein skillful hands wholesale : ) \
.. ) The pointl. tonnecta fur Ftrnandlna Return t-.
and ? { ;\ lat week) income 'ins IH-OII : act This I is Train No 87 reacbe Jacksonville-JO p. m, ,, 'i i
+ ,,. the ; 'JS8.87 per price 27 to 58 cents per pound. NEW )onic FAST MAIL No. 3fiLeare.Jackon -'. "* i.
{4; for& \ f Mate )>> "''jigibly situated' for igaror .; HELLAC AND LAC DYE. vllJe 7;00 f.TO.. daily, for same point i.orth. .' 'i" |
i : A:>iY people "yereengaged : Carries Through Sleeper Jacksonville to>6 r .
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f: .ffice ; tobacco factories which require but. lit- Shellac is a product made by the lac York Return No. s; wives Jacksonville 9 10 H'
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,1 u Of'St'a' tle capital, and the land is eminently Continued ou! page, bj a' in. I ,- '
) : CINCINNATI AND JACKSNmit. XO 1$. Leave ". .ItlarknonTillr :
i'W{ cultivation adapted to raising.the staple.! | 7tx p. IL. via Everett, Macon '
I island and. 1 t n g [ Notice fur Publication. r-- .\tUnUni yilJei. | .t
j: 'It is probable \that;the manufactureof Nashville L.Loulll, ChicuKOand all Northern .1 I *
staple cotton : before tobacco and fine cut could be LAND OFFICE. At GAIVE IIVUI.E. FIL:( and western point: Returning. train arrites
plug
It ( .. W,iitpmlwr 12. lm.7Otice Jai kxnnvtll H:!!>a. m. : 1
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:: G : heW"ar.r made highly remunerative\ in ?xpenenctd > h hereby glteu that:; the foUowing. AUHKVIUJS: Rorrc, Through P Uman Sl >p- Itt
: 'Will grows ,wVli along lug tar tervlce for iocinnati Tla SavaniBtn, t\ 1'.1
hands,. \ I named settler bt* filed notice of bill intention (lolnmbia.iAneville. ',
t the coast and 'I jwa : I' TOMJCIC.This :to make final proof in-vniiport\ of bin elahnE,and' thronllh the celebrated Mountain ooIme" ''t-[
VANILIA
OR'DEER'P J
a great-Statef! mdu't'r.y that acid proof will .be made before, Ji'o.'I1' North CarolloLeJlnl Jacksonville 7;00 | .m. ,.;1 j,
;t I before: (the I: plant grows wild, Into pine Reilly, United States CommUMoner it MJaml. Arrives riven'Jacksonville Cincinnati":740 tOa n.a.m. Retarnlng..re' ..

; ; \%()(>Use\erj where. The leaves F are collected -' Florila, oil October SI', it" ", via; : John O. S Only line through the beautiful hill country ('".
F : war. Short staple !' sold Rogers of Cocoanut 'irifve',:Florida: home,Lead of Middle Florida Penaaeolaa'aad. Eaoambia
much iji. large quantities'an4 ; "' Bar. leave Jacksonville*;15a.m. by No.'2dallr .
) o\vingrtothe; 197 for the couthwext quarter of settlou 30, for Lake Lire
City Oak Madbon.MontIcellu.,
they are used adulterating fine cut k
former, it would township VI t-outh range 41:eax'1I ; Tallabaxee, River Jom'tion- Pengaeola, Mobile , '
shortto- smoking tobacco Tile plant has a fragrant names the following witnesses to prove New Orlean, and the south west. Mexico. .1'
( l ? raise the \ l California and the Pacific Coast Carrie. Sleep' r
4 ) ) : ; \ \ : \ odor. 'dried.LICORICE.. \ hi* continuous residence upon and 'cultfTition ers Return No. 1 arrive at. Jack ouTille 7-X}
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, I of said land, viz. : a.m.
\1 ', ,e estimates \ John F.Hinton (Cocoanut Hl'ole'a.! Leave Jacksonville 9:13 a.'m. for'St.r1le.: '. ..
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;I : ur *' This has 'bt'en'' found to' groin well Hawthorne, Silver Spring Ocala Gainesville'' .
report ; Adam C.Richards.-oftoroanatGkovr( FJa.' ,
- [ I i Uildwood. Leeiburg Tarret. .. .
1;t ;' :I ' of sea Island I lint side by side i with! the 'tobacco at St. Henry J.Wagner,of Cix-oauut" m JV". Fla.! rkaJi n LacoueheeDsde City, Plant .
L I R. A. 8. P B'oek.of ut GfII\, Fli Tity.Tampa ArrheJaek8lOnTilletJ5p.m.
ingrpm Cloud on the reclaimed[ landsof -i iSlsept
; varj saw-grass
," x .yJopU 'i. Mj,RAseo. :Rl'1l..tfr. Nashville Boole-Through Pullman Sleepers J/
to soil >and the Disston! coo\ :
t"" Via Everelt Ma.rm, Atlanta. Chattanooga <* t
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j I It requires a \ sandy soil in Notice of City Election., Leave knoiiviHe 7;"00 p. m., artive NashTille700neitp -

1 is.the otton'ee England, ami grows best in Italy, i \ ,. : m. f ,. ,
,( By virtue of the authority vested in theun! Leave Nashville mx ...m.; arrive Jacksonville ,- ,
-1 1 oil i is extracted, Spain and on the'[shores of the Medi- dersigned by the laws of the State and Ute ordinance -: 8:10 next a. m. G

"I i of < five oil and terranean Sea, but, considerable is of the.tity bf Miami, notice H,hereby H is: t a>f. m.-lA.-ave1l the Cumberland Jacksonville Route .(Steamer for Brunswick andCumberland _ !
1.. \ I given 'to the 'niialifted electors of the ':eitj of Sound fIOOt.
4 l- i iI making soap, aid grown in England. The, root is the i Miami that a> general city election will:be held 4 m-Local for Everett. Clone connection

t I : \ this peed fs verj only part that is used and, it grows six In the Council hamlwr,on the second floor of for 'Brunswick. Shortest. and quickest 1
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route.
'1..,:' \j '1 't 'I ( and also makes a to twenty! feet l long and about one- the Jail building, on the fourth Mond.>> in
I ., \ fourth of :an' i inch thick. bet, A. D.1897,;the same being. the :zr.ab day of mediate pgiuU ,Arrive Jacksonville 4:1i pp.IDe' 1
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there I said niontfi. that the'l'oUs will be open from 8 9;40 p m.-Vor Tampa and intermediate "'f
'j of lint cotton In the preparation ot the black licorice points Pullman sleeper Arrive Jaekaonr.
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: o clock,a. m standard time.unui sundow h on ville735a.ni. '
:;l. 11' \ ( :pounds} of seed ,ot'coininerce, tlieroots{ are,crashed said day; that 4: P. Ragan, Harry Budge lnd Through Sleepers for Cincinnati A be- ;

.[. 1.j i'I t I omc, 1' : \ ) <50 per tt lnlnd4e and boiled and ,the!\liquor evaporated, H.J. Burkhart are. hereby 1 appointed as llh' YUle, leave Jacksonville. m.arrives at Cincinnati too p. m..74uam.arrlveerAsheville1:45p. . ..;'{

ts. of the seed until a plastic mass jis obtained, whichis spectoM, and II it King! i:* appointed as clerk, For Alat' n. Atlanta. two trains dally.. Lean t l"
i : ; I conduct. said election. Jacksonville 8:13a. m. and 7;00 p:....
amount. i moulded, and cakes. I !!
) into sticks
\ The officers to be voted, for are aM follow: Bummer rates to'exenrslgnpolnteIneffect :: "
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,r .r I ..cents..vtr$ wait-t' The Spanish )licorice( .requires J low, A Mayor, to serve, for one )'t'ar. : June Pullman 1st. Sleepers on'all night f trains.ty .. -f.5

> 1 ,i: | market is marshy 'solI, and rt4uiresabout ight Four Aldermen Members. of,the City Council :: Send for Best Indexed Township Map of ,.I : 4

";i'I : imported'last year years to reach '\maturity but is fit for I to serve for two )'ears. I Florid.to. A.. O. MAcDONNELL.
.., i : j Ii, aloiie.\ : A i City Clerk and. Asseswr, to Serve for one I -' General l'aasepgerAgent.. j J
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t" } in to four to !
:. j . use three j ears; 3,0)0 N. PENNINGTON; I :
; ; .,,, Will ; << : uld be exercised' i an 4,000;, pounds; of roots per. acre are year.A Marshal and Tax Collector: ,to yeneor one ;I ,Tramo 0 Manacor, 1- .'_
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; .I it, ai the wa e yielded. j year \, 'J. "
I t ng \ \ '
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It CitTrea. urer sene fof one j ear j .
.t: 1 40 per cent., white; The dried. root 'yields! .18 to'28 percent The qut'stlOIl'ht'tbtor the Uty jll alf oorrv'" 'D. W. MERRITT,

:: :\ .S. i the!wate: in :i. of its :weight !to| paste. The root the sum ot three th' nn ind doll;irs for nereiury .

!1". :.. tIt upln one shove'i- valued at, from $32|to $45=per ton at Imprnvementeandcu'teettexpem O e!j i will'also f>e Contractor !

( i Mediterranean ports.! \< I submitted to the qualified electoft who a'r"owp. & >&>
: i i \ 1In 1- era! of real eMtsteettuatett in this }'Hl. 1 1Nlid tl tlJ.ND
: ", estimates,gives 287:, conjunction with the .manufacture electloo win be eondivtied [as LIT as prae -- .t.

; . :. t'I j n per' acre,.allow 'of chewing tobacco1, its raising tic4bleln the'same. manner provided: ; Ir; law '* :

t 1 t' I r' t: 1 : three .and a ba f and preparation {mightbe' profitable.: for! conducting .general State! ,and County t-k&-I ;8f8, "Builder, .

t n' to one of linl. dons: I '...I;
I I .jan In ,.,it nes*whereof I hive hereunto affixed my 5 -
t ; \ \ one cent a poun 1 Medic!nal Plants :and the, acture of Medi-> name and caused the City Clerk toattieh the seal 5 5 Give us a chance

; "I' 'Only, the best I' |icine. | , < ef'the City of Miami hereto, and attest the same. i f to figure on :your '

: ;' '. I t. i 'pounds i day. 'SAW PALMETTOtBERRlES.A this ICth day;of September, l.fl, A. I>: tt07.ELsJ < ( !
,- | r : JOIIVB.KLILLMajorAttest. : I.U.II building. .
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direct to of brisk business his in \
c., + :. I. \ agents 'sprung up M.r.nAHAM.. City Clerk, .. ,;i
'ir i well-known manu the pickingj and preparation of these Refer, to Mrs Juhia-'DiTuttieF.T. ,

l_- : :.f : ,: cotton, thus saving: berries into! medicine whichisl!, said to ,1 \hereby certify that the City unncil'ot the R'1d/ott". and Bank of Bay :Bi!'eayne. ,. .
!ij ; city of Miami at a regular meeting held on I he '1
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"t ; nen. l j be very' efficacious in re tol rnghostxig- lath day of September,A. I>. IC 7, approved Oie' T Forty acres on the south fork of'the- ,

: r. : : nigh pine lands of or virility. There 13 ''a,'manufactory: j appointment of the inspector and clerk of flee $t. Lbcif river, being n >; of lot.4, of 1l' :

.. ''for cotton raisf of this 1 remedy'inTituibvilleand, It s don which areiiamed In the foregoing. i'rkla Sec. 'S.K.41E. "
I J' .. .. ; : . 17XT.3S (Good pineapple < f
I 1 : should be eot said to. be remunerative.. Four inatlon.seplott !. J. M GRAHAM. City Clerk. land at |Jt not $301an, acre. Apply ."t
) \ ctedan d r'd' id for .:. .toJioBKiNi S &: GBAUAU. july2-tf _
; presses er cents a pour .palmetto er- ..H.-
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'}=J i-(, | day factories. I| ries, and $2 per nd for die medicine.The . .----r--r-- . .l", 1: ,

l ; : I acre .to'raise an berries ii ed for making '\ 't
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J \i !v beer 'a.nd.a I lcoffee}: is:''made from.(the I

l. ; 1 1 ; ; Tt I I dried seedyj\ I > 1 ';i,. Florida, East Coast Ry.

generally.; received /QOEENfS DELI(Hlr. r j rl \
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.1\\ : shay, is / -l J I I Tim. Table K.:9-Cerraobd= .is "...II. .11"1. ,+
I This plant grows wild all through ,
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i 1 ; The ;lm 1eIlS the woods of .Florida.I : It forms : 4
pine! i SOUTH BOUND (Read'DoWn .
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; + P \ St. Jchns pro- NORTH BOUND (Bad Up);
inglledients
Jj: '[ r : wine n.e M the principal in {the .oA') Nozt : 8TATIONS. No 0'11 Noltl \

'5 ;1' '\ .Il Ofti- ; :, grass quantit, es linsotne. The''l manufacture of blood efficacious medicines, in and is :::::1 k 1030: :::::: 81ap 70p :::: ; Lv.Ar::.,:::: tit.JackwmvUle.Ar.tngnstine.a.a: : 6 .....,.... T ...: ..?.;
t
'i i. Considered very the, cure .'.".' .... ... ,. : Lv..a8t. -. .... '
a .. .
AOAt1IItIn8r..A .. ..
\ suket in Jeff(er 'of scrofula, 'syphilis; etc., and brings ....4.1 10135& ...:... ..!. NIIKI ", ....._:.: .Hast:ngA.. ..+ .... 445p.1l .a....,.. .?.t.-... .a.-. .;:...:.. .
'I : ; : .. ihIa ..,..... ; .0:" .. ...Eas .. .
ver1nutriti $ Pelatka. ..
| :ug-ra 'i" ," : .9: h ;.... ..::.. :... .
>; r; ,, ; four cents! ,a pound.; decoction\ ; of !... 1111* ...... ..... Ar..t..p.:.UT. 425p ,. .y.. .. ... ....., ,
':'' c.' : ,by cattle anti is: \ ....... .. Ly. . .PaI lka......"....Ar. i ... ..... "t"-- .....'.\
the is \ .... .. -10'"
Y l root used.Sarsaparilla .
\ n This Jake on- : Ar..eo..8an. Mateo..4..Ly. .;........... ..... .....:. \ :::

f\ .. : is not.,more,t than I and many other', ,rattlesnake medicinal! ,'bl'rbs.4nd ginseng, .:.:s..:? ills.'p--.::::;: :: ::; ::::: t;;::.:...::,San.Ormond..i..Ar.Daytona..F..a Mateo ,J.Ar.": it ,..{::; ::::::..,...::,.,7.,. ..........': \,. <

It 'i ould : / .. ...; Of .. ... .. .
'f easily + PorlOrange. Zit! .. : ..'\... .. ...... "
'JI"' Ii ., : plants grow wild Which'cp ld be manufactured ...... ; ....... M,.:......New s rna..t'Z lOp. ..-je..... .... .w .:.... -
4 of it turned into '
I ; Into {' ;' : .. .. .. Onk D ... ...,.. S
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:#+ ... -: \ : ;j dry nearly very ,I I. From the smaller medirine.4 and unmarketable. .l..;: 1m mjj: { j 5 t..t. Tiy Pill ...t? II; . ':

: anil. estimates : ; ..;... noa.,.: t ilitj.:.. .;,j im..
L : laki pineapples' : I,*! made a remedy. for dyspepsia ' .... ; : .... -. : .. .. ., ,
) : i i / irnd .estimated which has ?nsiderabl ......... OOp .... .....: '-!.-{...' .... Galhe.1:... 115 ...:.. ...j.. ...i". .. ....

7.'f.' >. : ?\-'.-- : ] sawgrowing In]re6 to three on an'd the reputation''and' td' a :great sale.' It is'reported : '.:: 4 Hi.::: :: ..: ::: '' ...:..;.,# : li.weJand ::='::::':' u:: :;!..:,.,.: ..,..:=: :: js i

that M'r.. Kichard 'of Eden, the ... .. :.., ...... "' >
-z ; _.. ,_ 10 3ia ...... '
c < : ( 'Ilent, hay per acre. inventor has realized ...... ate ...;;;.. ....... ..s.... .... ......twSr Lucie..k"._ .. 84 a .'..'f'... ..;. :::':;HNo206
handsomely
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very --
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} of the : soap "U' -: 5 00a .. ..f 1 Fo" Pterce.. ..f... 93tw.,. ; ..... 1 1.1p. :a
;[ saw-grass' from this invention., ; t! : ..:... aMp. :f.". '.r- 8O'fa ...:.cl'.Ed'n.: ': ..r..''M. GO'a ....':'. ..::.".. :..... 14Iip I. >
'k'' ,.. -1r I in other 'parts: of l I .....' 840p ...,.. ...... 820a : ...:.;+... 1, nsen !...t. : 85ia .. ..t ..,..: :a. alklp
t. I In fact the for the manufacture ......:. ... .. : : = : .
geld 848p I.h.: 8.f11a ..,...a.....sroar$.,:...I_. 849& .... ...... ...... hap 4Tb
: 1" ; 'of salves liniments ...... 'lOlp ...... .-. ... 'llla .oI..JAlicia:: ...,...." 8din ....t'r... ..,... ....;. "' .f
; patent medicines, ...it .. .., :,.. .. ltp J" 3
made differ : : 813& .w.-FtobeSouad.. .. 8Ua ,.... _..._. ...._ ; ..:...
$. ; by imitable .)_: 18jp ... .... -.. .. .... ...... '
; pills, etc., is almost iI .S .i.. '.West; aUla ;.. .....;1240p / .
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tl ; of hay in Flor I 1 ...... 80rp' .r.... ....... .l02s5Ra 0. ._I..R JQPiter..t..j.. 1338 ;...... .... ...:..111I1all
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!> : ; : \ L JVWAXii -fi ...... 8 lOp ,.:.;. .....: n 00a Ar..._West ..Lv. '12-4& ...... .....:. 1000. .
: 3.2 tonsper acre':. 'jn ...... .:...':'...:.:.132.p ....... ,:: ., ". ...... 914. ,
Beeswax; is obtained, g t eat quantifies .....< ...::........ '' 2.p ......FOf'Linton..1.. . _.. 11& ,
J JJ 1. ''ing hay wou d prove .. :. 846p//.... .. 6475------------ ;...
'. : ; .which will be referred to unde ::' . ... "fI8p or ...... Lemon City... (--- : 1S2a,
SS; sty !{ ) ,this ,,State v here so tIle bets ..... : ....... ...... 43./p At.. .. +.....Hlaml.: :.. i..Ly. . ::; 110a ."i"
S: : : head of;! and honey \ .
' h brought from the -r A. ill W., BRANCH. Trains 32, aDdl'8. '
:; f ; Vegetable ,.wax can'ma'de in ;'hr 35. between Jack0 -, .-J
which coul all be Ij't s No,1. TATJ.NS' .. f a"nville and tit. AugnsttnedaiIy. .1
j ", (( quantities"from the). myrt rrir8 -212p o. a L Train :m. between Miami and Port .

: t ; ,.'Sta e.. As ,41any'as'; which grow on the tree of that name ,a ClOP I 11 1010 Olla 2&!L..New LY..LakeBelen.Lv.Smyrna..Ar. 1Z lap 31145.'ip a ?fetes Train daily 5.: ;except between Sunda'Fort Pierce and' . .

f. J < have been. rought everywhere in ir"tb'e'r '8 11p U' 52a L\.Orange City.....Lv. l't 19p 8 sip!M1amtdail: ,, except Monde7. ', .
the
> .! .stat 3 ibp. II boa Ar.Orange Cltr..LT. 1.15p 3,25p. l Trains 83 and 18 south of.8L AzrCU'; '.1
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'I''I'F | ders'bf streams and 8w mpS{| It is.only -- 5 tine..daily except SUDday. 1-
,:AND SXUFF. '
.., i necessary, to boil i the.berne's and when,! A etem.r' . \ ;", .
Y. ) ; hasof,lat&years. : 'de the. water cools skim"off the Wax. 1, : '" ' '.
k 1n tobacctf and It | 4. : \ : ,
iJ : t' 'CQCIIINE4L. T: ,1. f "BI5CMYNE"- : ." ; ; .
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; ,1 ;r. i' @( in West Florida'' ; Thjs! insect was reported: here.by..the- ) .. ,! : : : t : : .t ,L L
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'i I : t grows ,on'a rariety early: Spanish. d i iscoverer The,prick ..'j. ' Is appointed to Perform'j Service aa follows- : ; .r .,".'

: l'S.. .on all,+,And U pear and other (cacti 'grow wild In 'tbE Lean MIAMI 10:3 0 p. m.Wednesdays and Saturdays.f connecting'with Train 33.Leave 1 t :\i
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i : t 'asafi; !' t-class I hammocks of 'tbe:8 tate,|r .and t idsect8 arl KEY.WEST 5:HO am,Tuesdays and Fridays J" t ;::. !

of ; ; : of,"any [.raised i ,the. plants upon which the little .i 1. ,5-- S.!j" Connecting JUarni with Train 78, foUowinz morning.. .

}i.' d.el se .approach j from wbichthe.dye\\ ii 'derived, feed! f', ,J.P.BF : I 1 .... ;.t : :.'i
v. nag ,.. .. \ I.DAJJm. ' ;. ..
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: "; : :f--. { ( > j These; insects are. Very small,(f It is es- ., ..._ I Asi t cer Ailn ,

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;" 1\\ ") !' ; : THE : ,METROPOLIS,,/OCT.".8., 1891, , _+:\ ., ," ; Sr
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1fi.. . LIST OF REGISTERED J1ERS.iThe .

THE .POMONA NURSERIES :
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ImpOrtant.
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"j NCW.CATA.. 'I f f > : '
I following is a"list of registered
r v 'E, .LOOUC ..oR' 1898 the voters ,
: "jl' of the city of Miami, after.its examination
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f ', WILL. BE READY ,TO HAH IN' ,OCTOBER. .1 Bpd revision by the' City Council of said city at -' :
,'t a meeting'held.for thai purpose on the,flret. -- iTh Land Department of the Florida'East Const Railway ", i'.i: -
.:, 4 ,,*, One party- Wl'l1a.1 follows'of oar 1897 csta- Monday October,J89' 1! : Company desires to make an'exhibit of the products and r i. t b
.. lone: 11 you please seed me. >>pyofJOllr" resources of the East of Florida at the '
,. valuable Narsery: Calaloene. I bad a copy. but Harry Adams!! / H F Atk.lns n '" Coast State Tobae- -
i lave loaned it. ,I find so many iutercstinethiegs Silas Austin, (: Ifenr'M/Asheton ,I. co Fair; to beheld at Lake,City on: the,27th and lath.of 1. '
,: 1 J,' 1st U that I do lICIt wish to. be without J B Abrams ,/. I. Oct.ober.\18rn. > -" >. ,

' eoPT.Il..Oar sew. eatit'opewilt -A LAI enG \ I t Thomas Adklns ,. "' |t.. Mr. a iWhRowley 1 of San Mateo; Fla., has been : I_ v
'tV '
i FAr T 1898 contain alt the'i : in of this exhibit and all ' "
placed interested
', i .STod featares urine 1897 catalogue besides many Alston / W C Albert :' charge parties ;-
..' _, .. new ones.I Filly ItUitrated with many newPhotographic Paul I Goo VT Anderson f will address] him or the undersigned as articles: for ex:! r .,.

',:'<'"" IFr.it..Or..lDnlWTreu.aclShrab.. Tiewa. We offer a fUll. line of AVi : ,J O,Albrjtton[ t .. .',v' -bibition apac&eta,'etc.' '_ :'' .' f T
1 adapted '
f Tobacco 'the East Coast in a.l "
gro"D"OD stages of:
a t j i to Southern, ) plantiag,!; Catalogue. Free[Address S A +, Alfred Brown \ Ii ,\
I.-;! ,preparation and manafactnre ml be particularly accept '. '
<: / 1 1't' wut... Mast Prefitaw !I E GRIPPING EROS: CO.. 1 B Bjiit' i '' 8 Fred Brinkerhoff' ,... *', able,: together I with each information ae will aid in the, -
E VBlackmanA7tt
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::- p .PMm i.,awtaata P1..ting._ 'OWOL&IUSUIES, XACCLLIIFT.FLA. i Bear f "'t development of this crop. "Sugar-cane, fmita and,vegetables -
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r\ ; . ',. .1 ',. I 1' / ...; 1 I, Jno Brai Brown d, 1 Lou 8.Br,Bayer vo. J ... Y of.all varieties, eta, etc.in, order that all the-pt'sK: -.
\ : dncts of the East Coast may be specifically. and attractrre- ; ,
7' : IIC Budge t tJ J C Bravo '
t' \ : '
1 ly, shown to vwitors. 'I' -
1 IN B Brown / II 1 1 F A Bryan :-_ I" All,articles intended for exhibition ahonld"be marked .'

:,. '. WoodsDEAILEtts': :'f' G B Barker"" n A Braddock ". ::1\\ plainly with name and,address of onet. shipped to'Mr.
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/ ) 4 O.tT T J Bnrna'Bgruaall :
.\ / I Boyle J . 'B. W. fiowley', Lake City,Fla., (F. E. (:. Railway Exhibit) f
r ,I i Geo I HABsrktdale to: . on or before October 20th, 1897, by freight Be rare to ad-." ,.'
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> t "j., 8 A Belcher" Thos D Brown" -' : \.tise Mr Rowley; by letter, of all shipments, aa well aa giv! -

1.vhisIceyFrom{ ; : A ?n bolts \ :i Brown ;iT <' ing toll :written information,such as may be necessary in' -..'?-. - s
' Ro Jesse Bell
&, i Co. : ,i. ; AutbODYllue?Brinckley! I!"| W Boatright, i L ,itage.order that_ products 4f.\ :, l be, exhibited"- to the,best advan-i, ,\ 4 'r.: -
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. $2.50 'to $7 per Gal. John'Burta. ,\\ D Bascomb-' J i iEugeneBell '. J A list of premiums trill be published, in1a short limey E: ;.- !P '

J 1 ,1 > \ / WBBrIckelI >,: ; _by the F81r.Oom.mlUeeaJaO; information. aa to ratee"ao.-. :'" w '-
: London Blacksto Chas C B Brlekell
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comodations etc."eto. A -
l'Z7RE RYE CORI T. ' Henry' Bryan I Forrest Baldwin ; ," / I
: \ Henry Eden : Robt Brown !J.EINGRAHAM '; ,
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,H JBurkbardt'i| \ _C W Brady/ 1 : "
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Fine lines LiquosBers\alld 'Phillip J CoatetCosgrove PC Clark : -r
\ ,CigarsGUAVAwimHninee I 'r ,I'" Land Commissioner Ry1loct22oet' -
F E. C.
: ; : D, A 8 Clements ':.. : .:

; I A duiu Corell'" Wm Cook \ '. 'ST
?''red Coon : B W Cakdell' '," *- ;! AUGUSTINE, FLA.,
J ChloryII Wm Chatman ', J' tl" t ; .
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United ;States.. \ I D II AB' (CAMPBELL
j A: "J" __ o iMor Csstellano Cohen Tom Conolly Campbellgammy < '

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'J 'bottled Goods and. Jug 'Trade'a \Specialty Jim S II Clark Cunningham I 'I : Cone\Colls"Chas ..t. -'Manager.J-' Ludden. & Bathe S."M.:H. ..- ) '{
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'' ,,' I' \ \ -- I I' Chat! Carroll;; ; David Clemons i EJACKSONVILLE I ;} FLA.

C I.s\ -: : HOLisAtE; a \ T Monroe E Culverbouse Borsey \. : W0:!Livingston DeBerrrAkiq Chandler'- Pianos :and OrgansSheet'Musiciand; -
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,I. 'p OOiil'a'. n' d, S -AGENTS-' FOR > : B Douthlt ' Frank Donahue LOWEST. PRICES- EASY TOMS Musical Merchandise

: t" \ J L UeV aun \4 Sam Davis'EJDoulhit We will''treat you better and1\give yon better value for your
: of : all kinds: JEDictsonJim money than any\other boaR in the U. 8.' Send Catalogue,
i11iards.Beers 'I Drunimlos 'j J R Dewey and Price Lists. : ', _, '_ -- 7sepVlT.If.n' .

;11 ,'v "r' .!- I' J D Dixon I '1 J U Dingle I. ,' ,
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'j') : KINDS 'OF CASE GOODS. \L C L borothyr \ i J L Dun au ; 5 0 OF < '"-w.", .
ALL
D .Vll. Alfred Davis Do COURSE :
t You Know
I t i I 1 l' ' jeo 8! Dukes II .: Lonis Delagall Good1hig g a !
: feb5-f s-tf 'j ,_ ' hrH \t : : :Orange,DeCator'h I Joseph Davy. 10UDOI

'B9at'Tnde.C.atered't; ., '' NlIA| M I JJ FLA.A ; ..,DeLaperria, F purham : ti F,7Tbenlyonaiylre'Tsuit '
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. .1 ; FTJOBIDA, would : ,
j '* Joe Dignou II 8 Donthit or yon BK HXBX.. <:,, :. } ..
J F De Berry J A Douglas. j" Are you",GBOWIXCI OLD Of course ;so ABB\wz, :: ,' : ; ;:

j'1 : >' But not so fast ; because onr MHJO CXIKATK' '.: A (:,', r r.", ..
} for Fruit S IV G DeBerry Jr TWDuane 1: : '. ... .
i, x 8 W|Douglass. ,1., -j' With its w.\BKt'8TTKSHIHT Dna and,LONCT, .COOL'SIGHTS, \r j ,
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4 l" r. ,1 t Makes, ..Lug_ WHAT IT.OUGHT TO. BK. ; 0 .:' .., :' v,,)
& "The; 'Fertllize ,R Evanl'V\ II. Edwards '; "iJ. \ ; ? 'I' '

Heal Pineapple .-W Evans Will.English i .: Do TOTT L0* YLOWYBS,'traits and vegetables. ? .CKBTAIWI.I. : I.:: So do,_''we.-
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W if Featherlyloraeo 1 1L K Fox 1 I ; But A HOMJC on the EAST. COAST, :":- 1: n.\ ' ;
Wmm..you'eao.B.UD TOUB,, ,
i ,Fosuaw E A. Froscher I 1 t OWN '
: : '-- Price [$25 .q l per Ton. V J Frury 1j' Richard Floyd I 1 1'- With the, :LEAST.IABOB and KXPKHSK.' .* c'*: ,: : }, t
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Frobock Flanagan t '
John B S '
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\ : : :" Do you :Disura'WINTER ? So do wx. -: ..i :.
! GUARANTEE ANALYSIS J t t1 j. VII Fanning E A ForsaellVV f
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t >t Fields' FiverJames ', Then coin TO FLORIDA ; we're HZBK TO STAY.. ,..: 't, ', .
\\1 :! !; J + '- : ,Moist.ure-t: : ( 8 tai It ,i per. centInflomonia D Flow'er ( } We.have BTJEP-BATHIBO, swnotwo' and IUII.INllLl- THS TUB BCtnm.... '
4X M ,o A. E Farmer ., '
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rl II' d' ,Pboepborio Add. -1'} 6 ,to 6 \Iu MI J M Graham N B Gibsox' "' .' .t' ABE TOU-.interested trs,? -t *. -

.', i "l, I :Potasbj (actual) -, J '6 to 8 : \\I" J J Griffin W II tilrtnian ; IF So,WB are interested.IN:Sods *" '_' 1r

if I: Made Exclusively of Bright Cotton Seed; Uebl, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bone J D Guldens AWCtreen . :. A was to onr ADDBESS Addresa DRAWER "M
, 1 Will. :_DO, WONDBBS.: i i SAINT A110wrnm"FLoIU1U.
Graham t
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et J f Dusolved Phosphate, Fined \Ind. Tobacco Stem Vl' S esllevGrangerWL '. ., anglstf. '. !
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I8r.el JSGiTlnsIJno t. .
directions' and further puUt'l1la'n.' also ask for a of Economic Fer- Gurlcy. ',
"k I tgr-Wrlte for for"_nsfng, copy .
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GoodmanfQIrtman
'g F(.oItrlch B
I tfiser tor I
fruit, 4 J [ } < CITY HOTEL }

}: ,, 1 le Carry. a Urge, :.Stock of FertHixer Material,,C.. S.'Meal,j Tobacco dust t, Potash Etc., James II Gossmnu GlllUen, THEtEl'dQ :

",Write for price before buying,' We.,.ecfc'the grates trade direct. E C Gray', "- i .'-. ;.. JOHNlTrpAREY: Manager.! '

C C avetJreett M Greer: : |l ,a I I. A very pleasant location, near the,,Depots, I Large, well-'ventilated roosts

: Wilson(&, Toomer) ,1ectiIizerQO.. Daniel' dreeuFGray n .-,' 'J, 1 \ ,*t't. 'arand view: of,the,l Bay., .
::1SV E GrlfflniU :. -

.'The; Fertilizer'House of Florida,t, L vilte_ ,, '. 1ortQa.i Tom' Gary H GarthsidefC ( Good-'Table<:and-all {he, 'Comforts of Home.. 4
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$ 6fif' Gamble I C A Gory': } . -- J
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... STowBJAgent Coooannt (Irove. '' ,WLUradlck' T Gautler. : ATtVERY MODERATE! ( PRICES;
CreiSaAHiaNpY'Agent.Mtti, > ;,C. M. ,\ Dennis Uantler: O W Gardner" \ ,; :.. .| .

: '' - '. Frank rrhlleIJ" HGeer r '; ,. i :" .A, quiet, delightful, ." .place'for_ I : 'families.; Write" for.terms,'etc., to .
\ : LEunt jJJHoUr' I w : "

s duo .,. \ 1 | -0 MRS. JOHN-T. '
' t Jim Hawkins HOMe' : CAREY;
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.. 1 SouthernRailway.I ,. H H Harris: 1,Chas'Renn. ,' ::', J J.A aurr27-t.f.g. i r :LEMON"CITY; FLA. .
Hilt JHlUye.FBUardee
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Grant, '
." ; : L Hawkins ;1 J H Howard: Merrlttno Moore 4 ..1i ,Bob Thomas WT( Taylor
1 : >t Miller MJ ticDoD.ldt IDO'J Tnruage ,Gilbert Totten '
F W Hahn J H Hamilton .

, :,H* } f ,R ,JBSOLDTELIf THE SHORTEST;' MUTE.( :: ,, ,J DHall( Berry T HnrstW1 M Wig T McKeule Mitchell 'JameiS MeKenzieBMMcCaolley, Wm JnoTour.Thorn .. C James D Taylor Thorn':'

5 r W J Harrington' ,, HesliogtouJJUerd ) .
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IT E W Mosamann K S MartainJames TR I Wm Taylor H E Tuttle
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f '' Mailgram MeCa.ln W F Thompson 0 D Tucker ..
DBAWIKO BOOMOABSTHOBOTJGH7ABE DIN NG: CASs w- Rllarpey 'J: Hlnson I_' .. ,
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1 elaoulloIton'BJ.Harring on "
COACHES, ESTIBULED TRAINS.' ; D B Mabrey A Mitchell /M Trammell Paul Tnrnipseed
,N Henderson ,
l.r. eo Bay T ', '
.: r ;,1 f ,Thomas McWilliama ; .Alfred Tomlinson ,
.j r rk ILIIagyladison H |I Hunter] ., '" ,. -
D T UartBeUI "" James Newboll ., PaTNelan'A Phillip Uliendorff PT Ulrich_ -
; Holeman. ;
,: !k ,tiOR1'tI, ,EAST ASID| : WEST. ::1 :E C Uugwin v 'r BHHegen'j\: I D Owens :R WOsborn Ym.Varnadoe:
i' hAND L D Hay ' W I f Hatcbett.'J. !j ,I' terry O'Brien \ FrandlOtis'L'A n AWUIIi: Jesse Williams :

'"' : : i, 1: Eugene MaleAliralei l , OID'oro' .J Oliver GW Wells _' ,(1 W Womble j r
': 1'TRAINS BETWEEN _FLORIDA", .THE EAST. : 'I ', ;
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; ILt ,ii!f r'r L COliver 1 --4:; i ET: Williamson _' ,BWelborn
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.. )r ." I l lAnd \ Jim Jones 'w H Jenkins'!: 1 W H Pent ''w'p pe ; I JoeWhiM r- James H Williams. {

.' JOD Southwestern: Umitcc \' "' 'If Aired| Johnson, Harry Jordan, >;',: I Chad Patterson" 8 C Payne \ J F WoodwortbAllen", Wlllisms 4 '

,j { the United States Fast' MalL > Be J 1 Jenkins ;J X Jones 4- 1 Raymond Patton W L Pittman Sam Walker T Weaver, '?
Alfred Warren
*1 17 AlfredJobnson.He r1Jones] Jno' PincltneyHenrf H W Padgett Williams, Ceo rsum
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1 > Wilkins Win M biteRS -
A Jackson 'J WlJohnaon1J | Pittman Cha*Prepall' :
1 .CULT:21HOUBBJAOSSONVILLETOWAK. ;: NGTON,t\\ : : E James Riley Johnson H N PolliU, William Purvey' D Walton'" Wllso1l"r

OILY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO HEW TORE.;' Smoker Joe ;Jesse Jame!! W W PoppeR'r ,W C Poland;: Tom Weldon W Wilson
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,".. ;Pierce 8 L Patterson: Jack Wssher G W Williams .
1" : \ D W Jordan Dcrry Johnson; Frank, "
mpromLmJlncCalr J iackson' Poland '71' Dave Williams Hampton Whaley '
b L\Jordan A -I : ,
r'r'; : oMYaattboled Trains composed of Isteeb and UMS1 Dbv 'JII Jackson Jr : W, (. '', J I Williams'I I, .T R WJUett'r
J olDerrt' L 8 Ruffins E B Robb
; j :lug Oars. through. irUhoot change W Washington, : i I Ii A Jones ,j ,A I \ J WWoodard 'Prince Washington
:Fred flutter
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'I i PbiladalphlaNew.York.nd. jtheKaai B&lUmol'I I ;::1 ; ( James Walsh Henry J Wagner
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"/ 'It WMWestB David Wilson
T 'J:Jone' 0 Jackson I j Ben Robinson John Boss .' ,

: THROUGH' L A rDRA\VING7 ROQMSLEBPINGCARSBE i :, '1 ,Chas Johnson H,It Jackson E f. D J Radabaugh ,Geo H Banes, W J H WOsoa Weatherly :O.JW.Uace'P It Wallace i."

.: ; :..1'W. N,JACKSONVILLE_ AND NASHVILLE., : ,a', ;: 11'M Knowlton'KIng i James D it nnwlto'KeverWM.Knlghtf H H R W Register Russell 'USRogenRichard R hbil.lI.RI1I11I1' J 8 Warner' D V Wharton fe', .' :
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1 .' j I 1 t l 1- ,' \ 1 .1 Robt ') 'C RooneyFH A J Ward 'O H Wooddall.

'Through- !Sleeping' Cars Daily" Jacksonville, to 1.. : j.t,1\ .' I.( .Lewis Samuel Kidd J Kelly ; A R.el.T. ;1}; '" Edward:: RetllyJno.B ? .' 'Joe A Roberta Robbins J M.E H Williams Wadsworth 0 H Walker W fr'I IDO -! 1'
Reilly
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Cincinnati, via Asheville, Through the. UeuI'J'La"klo'' J BLnmmn !
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1' J Lenton
A Lassiter
** r' i iI Ranlerson' A Q RichardsonChas Archie Yoder O W Toting -
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I 4 .. _,1""r fi; 'ACLtrbt: arne! Wm rend< ;f.. \ 5 JBZelglerJ.M.GBAHAV 1 S
: For detailed Infbrmatiea aa to rates, schedules,sleeping car reservations- apply ts.. JJ Lewis( I wuu f i\ T E Savage '. D L wlndal CITTlur..T{ ,'
lay a wt of the Bo trraxurB4ii.w.lT.or Ita connections. H .. Lang ( V '
t N H \ Frank Stone
i' > S-H f 'A C.Llghtbpnra p t 1! ; :A SafrsnekW : .City Clerk4
,- 't Forrest Lake: ,Tu\l1n Livingston t\ A Stewart. W R Sanders \c

:li A. SHIFKlH.!'FlaridA Pan AgiJIl West: Bay Street. Jactsonvtlls; Fla. EJLawsMJMcDenioU' : : ::i" ,8 Sabolt H Safranek \ Arllcle-Xn,Section 2,of City Ordinances,entitled ,

,i Y. OULP., "W;A. 'rURXJ, iaH-lHABDWIOX\ ;., '", ', '. 'W B,Lewis!' ,| ," Jno SeweU'J 43 Swlndal '\ "v oteri and Registration," provides that

> 'Gfo .PaArlj\ Aart. Gem.. ,Pass. Agt, D W;Koran" :' j Frank ScottAlbert tfSarbord \ below the list of registered voters there shall

,' l' I h wsi, oo.U.0.. .Waabiagioa.. Dt a AUaataOa. ;' Warren llerrsdayPS Henry Motley; ., JW Smith 5. B M Smith *;'; be, published _a list of:all names erased,or,

,, l MI73s'i8l.: j : i iZEe: .1 t Horse j j: ,Gus Muller ''. lsraelSmith Jessie Steed stricken from said list. The registration book

\ T F Montgomery '.WJMcEaddyjIrTHlIlngo A' R M Smith 'Thomas Sawyer having only closed on September 30th last and
'A Hack i I. :--;' \' Allen Beab.Jobnny Stokes H' council baring no knowledge of any personswho ,
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: Gabriel Math -het'loonel. M Slack : ,, W S Steward were registered as1 having died, or removed -" .

: : MtehaeJ Ie' ugh O T If cCrimmins.DWMcrrltt Allen Stokes .WP.Sanders, f 'rom'the city,;or : J T Sanders' 'Jake Schneidmao .
; regiskred. '
were improperly there
wereno
. Chas D McCartbf : \ '
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t CC Scott S E!: Stearnes ,
Orders Jake Millbr4oka Hal Manning t .. names, erased or stricken from the list.
Disfcillea Watei .-ii. Prcmptly':Filled John StevensCFSaliman W B SpiersAL8tnrres': - . '
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't\!\Miami i Ice.Co., S:/N. Gladwin'=. Mang'r.' <. ;i' AMclsaacWtnMaier. .' C.!M->MilbnraD > oner"'f' . ., Jack John Smith. ', - Bob Sampsoq Scott, 'Buy' .J'oDr:Bicycle and tires money.v from. TheNiami << rr
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'4 i THE MIAMI METROPQLIS OCT. 8 lS9'1 '' F
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and I ,;at our. request' has given nk"1 permission t we bate bin 1.ID beIto give them r

l i The Miami Lotr4po1is. to publish such portion p t 'we space, tks, we need ,all 1 we have for pure-

wistun the METROFOLIS.: We will! pre ly local matter. I I, Bank' !

.a. sent the fourth canto next week. 'j'his It ;sernu\ that, Mr. Powell 1 expectedthe ofBay Bsayll .
Entered liD the Po toffice'at llUnil,, Florid. canto] has much to do with, Florida.We papers which used bis letter to pay' .
II second-claaa '
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.; matteryTHK feel confident i it,,will prove a treat for i it either in cash!jor a vt>rtisihg. In .

# ', MOST SOUTHERN NRW&PAPEB PUBLISHED tour t_ readers. The METROPOLIS bt>-. tillS 'way Mr! Powell secured, a large .... :
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.-..; i.. ox! UNITED THE MAIN STATES.IUNP 4'orTH ljeveatI( lat"The Huguenots" is a poem. amounts| of ,advertising\ \ space to sell :, ', MIAMI! ;. FLORIDA.: : '

that will, live, and we feel 1 highlj) 'honored andia1ted ',the \city of Jacksonville }1NcoBro LiTED\'U\ KDEB THK LAWS or: FLORIDA.WM :

t k hb shed'by the East Coan Pabliittlnff'Company m! being permitted I ,to preseti !one hoping tame. ; i"a'

i)c" .. a CorP, raUon. 1 of thej cantos in 'print. No part ofi thepoem Presto, to use a shank, tom he,"strucka \ Conducts "y

IITIIt'S, Gfllflll!' {I Bditof. I has! ever been published before. hard crowd,' To k quote from a letterto .. M. BROWN-- !>, ; '' : a General: Banking,
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:I Some idea of the length of,the poem inay his subscribers, he| says: : PRFSIOWT! \. I Business. Issues Draftsmen. All. -'

, ., I. Subscription R tes. '\ be jhad when we say that the fourth\ 'I saw wholesale\ tradeithe'commisjtioii I One 00' or \ ,
merchant all kinds Florid the '
priMlutt I.
\ ,SU year..J..t..l', : 100 05 cato \j alone will require six or seven i insurance and firjHirer people and the professional vlcl-PRI&IDEN-';: : I and Every: FaVor Consistent ,

Foreign& eubscrlntlons !90 cent extra,\ \tucover, columns' of the ,METROPOLIS., There. I rna ,and while I am not rntlrelyUiscour- CHARLES H. GARTHSIDE, :With. Conservative Banking .
'" ' I' ..postage.f ,.., i are\eight cAntos aged, tam| compelled to'totifess that my effort ,"! CASTER.. I Extended.: .' '.' -'
-W M N 'was the most unsatisfactory of anjthiugthat I f \ '" .t
The Metropoilt, tj lor Sale .at:.the .Following \ I.' '\ have eUft'lIdt'3vored tt>present., ." 0; .. _,. II"

A.T., Carter I ,Coooannt. .Agencies-Grove,Fie.._\ \ \JAN i IMMENSE MORTGAGE." Commenting|:upon 1\ this, the Weekly I. ORRFSDO1, E Nt'S. :: : :Jr' ': " ;i,. .
1' Anthony Bros, \\ext Palm Beach ..' t Tallaha' ' ,'\ I',1 ,J
; Bean says :, : "
Sam et Belcher, Miami.Ma. ''\ \ \We, notice in the,l t s O.JlM reerr Miami Fla. ,{ J last\\e! under the' .list of .deeds "As a in tttrr of fact tike above statement eon , Seaboard,National ,Bank -, : '. .New-York. s
= ,\ ,Key W ert,New Co. Key West Fla .1\ __ Monday, \e)'s but M fulut cOn't'puod}of a hat was actually Nat'I Bank Jacksonville: .. '
and filed for record In Duval : fof "Jacksonville. -
'mortgages met at Jacksonville! ,' as learned: in a conversation : .
, .All communication! should be addressed and county\! following! paragraph.' 'J A with Mr.' Lowell, The!sum of t it all Gas thattheJackia'vfliernerehantssimjdy *, .." r
all rhecks,draft,money order* and,other. re- told him that ., FtftEIGM CORRESPONDENT: V i Ii; >H: ; :
.IoIUAneea made payable to -\ { mortgage, from tbd Florida East'CoasRailway ,
iTUEEAST'COASTPUBLISHtNG CO.'r he could not make them algratultoot present of Knauth, Nachod and) Kuhne; -.J New 'fork. "'
to the Colonial x
'a iMlam Fla.F Company ;
advertlshigtpaeeIna; Florida country ne!"si a- .
"" Trust Company of,New York, ,trustee; I They have the supernal gall to say .. : :,

F I MIAMI, FLORIDA,., FRIDAY, ,OCT.jj. 1897E authorizing the, issuance,of bonds to ,'You could 'hot make m tt a'I present of adert 1 Elegant Iron Yanlt' and Bnrglar-Proof( Safe With Triple(;Concussion_'Time'Locks; ;
hag lu a'Florid country .
the imount of $$7,259,000, to liquidate ; space new3Ipaper."it .
- It' -:FTEVKRYBODY ; Is a kratuitous! rebuff to the ,country.'editors \iof( the Most ImDroied-Haie... '' f.
has heard of Sheddan'stammi indebtedness.. When; our'people read .". ,. I-If-b. r

$ ride and "1Yinchester \miles this paragraph it aroused a great deal I }
l;= We cannot agree with the Tallahas- '
: 't away.',! As we take- a ride on our of interest, and considerable 'guessing seean. Let cry honor the ,Jacksonville :

x t; wheel:along the,Bay Boulevard oijce or 'has been indulged in as 'to'What" ,it merchants: )\ 'they tojd;the truth. E.: L. BRAVDY&CO. ::

twice a''week, and note bow the dredge! eao'8. The METROPOLIS/ has not The METROPOLIS 'would, not care ,

1. 1," is moving; gradually, inch by )}inch,', 'idea ,Whatever, as to the import-of the 'to. force its advertising, space upon GrocerIes ':
and (Garden Se d.
- southward, we ore reminded of Sheri item quoted,'or what led to the';'execui anybody unless they 'were convinced Grata, Hay ;}

think of Cape !or- !1 oI r .mortgage mentioned, but]
,4an's'.rideand: we r :that they! ;, were\ getting. value re "
Ida ten,''miles away.: We also 1 hink of there!' a i few, ff any, railroads in the ceived. Florida'' country weeklies I ,

y January 10th nest and we wonder United which are not ,bonded. have done too much begging I MIAMI 'A.GE.vr Fq'R MAPES* FERTILIZERS. V '.

''' .. .. ." r .We,feel cbnfident that the filing, of the ,They have, always relied' 'too Tnuch *' k .

? THE" Lake: Worth. News says;'i'j Instrume referred to:will -not have I on charity, If tyoi\r' : paper 'ps not ''\We call the attention of,the people Bay Biscayne to oar stock of Stapleand

'The }ILuul''postofflee has'D raised to.a any thingjto do with changing management \[ appreciated, brother,you are not com-, Fancy Groceries 'rnit and'Food Products of all hinds; also oar stock of Grain ,'
of :the road' in interfering i Bran,.Cot ton Seed Heal Ground Food and Wheat.1 .
4 f' <4tblydclasantL President :McKlnlpy|ha* appointed or any way lied to remain in the ,business. 'Foreaven'ssake Hay
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:J,S,Warner as postmaster. ''Thlsstiows with the prosperity of the :' don't'whioe.' Give if -i? We are the only) house on Bay Biscayne dealing exclusively in the above line f. '. ;.; !,
\, tip goods. We bay close and will eell close. We invite and solicit'rotjr V
; 1 tbe way the different-towns in the State1 liot Dade East doa t or the-continued( develop- ; your correspondence .., -
t _.'x are growtag-fai aize and Importance,.and 1 l II''.e\l; 'Miami.: o at something et anything grub-, patrotiage. t Very truly, -, E. L. BRADY CO.. Mjr-ifs. -rr
.. deuce that,cannot be disputed .4- ,i iv ment at 4 ing roots", .anything honest or manly.

E* ,. The:::abovr :paragraph shows'that. Once ina while,the country editor '

, .':Jffam ?i4ra"pidly'growing in ,size. and BOARD OF TRADE WANTED. gets a good rap at a Jacksonville man

r,4., t 'MKlmportanlce'Ice,do not see)hoWj it applies Miami. .has no Board "of Trade. or i orinstancel our, noble'brother,;\V. S.Iragstaffof MI AM I )
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loathe Dadelfe ; Jacksonville
a journal was
rr diifcrenttownsof other organization to take,, steps to in .
f t, t t" dufeio1ml i r tlon. Other''' cities:'have in! our citylast. week talking,about,a a :
editio he was and
trade getting out,
these organizations, why, not Miami? -
4 OWING, to the_crowded condition, jofour i from his, depressed appearance when
"God helps ;those that themselves.'l
help '
: columns: this week we were.|com. j Wf) saw him we think he bad met with
,Al"lunited effort on the part
pelted to leave dut i $ \"erallte. 8 including \ such reception Brother 'Businsai1d Rid 'l
_.,. ' ? of the business" men might 'result in just about a S n. Lot&
a communication from 'the postmaster 'the permanent I .location of:some factory J1'> G. Powell! ran;against' in Jacks nvi -

.* : ,.at lanton, giving",a verYy, satisfactory i -. bat 'wouldemploy! many men. ,The ille. He approached the' writer in

',1' '. t explanation of the cause of'deJayjn {? 'back country".is settling'up with a despair I and' said. :,'.-Look, here.I Give. '

,, L' the f,mail:(:from?that place,|and eplendi4 class} of citizens., Ere long mo,one of your photos' and J,'IJ give yon -
'!t-I 7' T also the accounts of.the of ' of A.; E. KINGSLEY
1 0 ; : proceedings, the'_thousands of acres of .pine' and a good write-up as a: romment man ; \

i ,. : the WuntyCominissioners, ..and<< ScboOjl, prairie ands will be turned into fields th4 ;East Coast, liter cover tbe main ..

; 1A Board: of j!Dad e.; They will, ;appear, ;.i- product l'g annually hundreds'of thousands points of your 1 at 'rates away General'. Agent for} :Mrs. Julia. D.. Tuttle.. .

1 t' next week's! issue. $&?? ', ,\. of(dollars worth .of.agriculturalproducts down." But'hariKg:IJo4 mind, VVag-: 1" > .. '

- I4; ,.;,I i j' .,,...., ..., -......" \ ''The whole back country' staff's Hotel' ll, 'ourist'\hiwhic\"at"the/World's' Prices :From $50 to $1',000 'Per' to
. ", V a :. .' '. -!t"i ?' i'\ r' ; ; willbe si thickly settled that it might Fair at Chlcago, I we inno- Lot, According ( Location.. ., s;
\ A PBOMISEST: citizen_ ofQocoanut', } ceni took $50 worth'of advertising<< '
y: .
: last' la,country village:' Miami, :RAlLKtiAD 'F ARE to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway wm'be
::1 Grove, whoV'1rove4'up\ ';to our city mubetthe :and\8towe'81'Florida Pathfinder,**and re.
ouraCtention'to } i\ t centre of trade. Add to \ fnnded to each purchaser of a k>% provided purchaser will produce receipt .for men
'J i, Tuesdaytcalled i he .
; : 'Webb's Florida
WLeels
this manufacturing estabhshmentaand on[ and a fare, which receipt will,be received aa cash,in part, payment. for lot. V
{ _fact. ,hat1now' Miami has a water system , our:terminal! facilities, both for railroad :' corelof, .other,nightmares: of the .'past I;. ,- .; 4

*r4" r k. Our people! should take; .steps to pro=: 'and 'sfteamship, who can ,tell we 'said, "5o," and when;he. tried to a'1n'- :Ef1CS; : .. :

: : '_ ,Ifawateringplace-:some conVeieTt what' "persuade e finally told)him' we would,
our. future.may; be. jSo.far Mr.; '
, poirrc near the'business centre BO \ rather: paylhim: o.I leave, us out We MAMI ;
do'nemost ,
FUgler has all that has been ,
$ that. personV{ ming i to the city from!\a come heretonjoy told, him we were promfpent,, enough MritHOTEL -. ". .
Men have ?
;t\. accomplished. .
f{1 10 ',distance, :toy tradecould,! ,have.. 'somenjeans'of 'already in 'a ,certain] way., We ,have iVi1c i""Chase .. '
: ZET.su
1- / the fru\t8' of his, labor and are "' Y s
't.- watering Our'friendsaid' their horses.conv+ 'content tot'W i further 'dev lopments. enough, correspondence 'already to.answer -> ,
ti- : nientlyt tat at present 'from whc
gratuitously
'Wisp, he.was compelled to borrow; ; lie:has" laid: out at great[expehsea tb ' people ;
eitiber !
\ I want have a hundred questions answered Harney: :
I most I magnificent .city. He has. built > -
a:.bucket\6omefrhere-_ : :: : : ,,town or. miles'of: _pl streets thati\ are superior ;| and, Jif :we Vere{ ,any 'more, ", '- ,' .

ejgotOr1'orthJriiami and take a : to. '.roan ,of 'the streets, insome prominent asa" gratuitous Jette -writer; ,:Insuraii.oe.-: : ; -{: :, r ;-'
?1--!} .rtof4hlmselfieordertogetsomething! . we would,have to employ;another stenographer I '
of for e = Fertjlizers.REPRESENTING
cjur cities .
> great whichthese < .
::- : for 'his, ; horsey,:,;:This is, ,a good suggesi cities under. or: two We really cannot .. I --- .. t ,,'"'
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; are struggling '
;a rrv tion, and.when lr.meets the y'e."o \ under afford tol Seej 1 L.. ;THE- i "

: t., '. City'takespme Councii'a ,"tI the tJP09.it have no. doubt: The it-.wideo will, -\ placed agreat"at,I the'ponded(disposal.' debt..' (Miami: He has'a found If the"?from;'.(Jacksonville past :'experlencetlietthetrade' ,.merchants! ! have ,Peon'Mutual 'Life, Fidelity' : and I talty Company:and all'Leading:Fire .Companies,

awikeinerebant' who','\will :provide a complete water works' ,spstemi;and provided ;- .': of the Florida country. people is Special ,rates on/dwelhpjr property for three and fire yean.ALSO -
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1 water ing-place:: 'or trough:4n'front of it ,'without money ()r. pri'' e.le not worth, having, and ''jf their conclusion / Ras1DaxTAoExTS,FOBHALLSAFE .. x
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tq'us "
has also 'complete '
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gijren most
t a ; '
] ,\Ibis, : store :would, 1 in our,opinion: ., get < is_based on.(sad experience, they LOCK Cd.f i
,. : pack its, cost;! in '',the;way of_increasedrade \\laidthp : cannot be cnnvineed-otherwise.. /AND ( : .
; \ ,: ndai\\on for a l large and flourishing : about 10\\ Androkers m Feriilizera-and; FertilbzerMaterials., -
a \ \ inside of; a'mont .;, x \ ,But, aytt\ How ,those<< country
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. city. .Wm,tbe' business" men be 'W".' n. u'a.+ .NEY IS7otary .Pvblic.State
:, -' . .. -, papers.whlcb are always lecturing their ', 9 l : atIrae'Iiy'If .
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. content to [still "wait for '
'j : : ; developments \ / MIAMt'FLORIDA.
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r readers from
about home
sending<<
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'I: THE STEAMSHIP, MIAMI. Will .''Un ted away ,
or they organize. r
'Arekthe consistentintrading '
' buy goods?' I / '
to ,
l' 5o r-'tKew, York? correspondent! )his We stand.":'The united, ,vigorous. , effort ., = :;
I' \ \ ' away advertising space in exchange -
.1 bad four fine views taken of, .tbe new of our business'men',would bring about THE NEW BAKERY.
.' ) for 'a "Capital' ,Letter, which : '
'eteamship Miami things! -Add these"to'wbat'"Mr. .i
,- now being! built! atI great be-used
spaces- to I the, .
Q 'e I' the Cramp: hip rdc: Philadelphia, Flagler is'doing and' 'will dolor,'Miami; readers of the paper to.persuade order goods; / 12th Street, west Passenger Depot,, ,. < :

l Ishowin'g the present:stage of construetion and no one foreshadow'the! :results. .
; can Jack Rye
from sonville when the ews.CQI
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\ i f.tb'e.s uship.:Mum. The views Again, If.tb. !;business. ) ,men;should limos of the same'sheet are saying week; F'I I] v Vienna, ; 'Bread .

f !are of good silt and as follows' ), form such an(1 association and get down i'naitd: week'out that the Ulan who1 does .J[ Home Made- .j '
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Se! 1 i Ko. 1. is a/ bow view of, the ;steam- toi actual, ;earnest Work, would it not the / 1: :
note ttronize local merchants ..
butsends .
, -: 'Graham f
_it stands'on the Mrl Flagler -' -
ship as stocks _- : encourage, to:do even more his' I _? ,.
M other towns is
i "I '.Ao., ;_ "Stera vievf: of the 'steam, for Miami than has\ hither'to'beenhisplan. than. 'money , / ,Baked daily, nJ.DJii' red Free to any part ot town. :
: worse an infidel?' :As Puck,would
,
,- ,bi p.-' *; '. I ,A \ \ say' :. \t. Rolls; Buns, Cakes;Pies. :.Everything' rst-class. Specialty of fresh confections .,

., t Kb. 3."s UlJiakers,'at work\flooring, A Board of.. Trade;wisely managed, "What,fools!, 'jhe!*>..mortals be!" and nuts I have one of the most modem and first-class.ovens .Picnic and excursion ..;,
,[tbe'utrlean deck,": \ can'be of, s.t pce in building i .' . \ 'I' parties..famished!on short notice' J;: ',* > '
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\ School JMatt 1
rs ;
': t N6.4. "The.. / vc'as seeii 'from the ourcity., Board ;of,trade or'none1 f will Charles H.Gartlmde ADAM MAYEProprietor; 1

t t ;r'upper,' works"'of|he' Japanese cruisers make,no difference i ill regard to the setc; has received through, City Hon.John.Treasurer B.- {tit,passenger'Remem6erjdelivereverthtngfree deopt. . :r cb rge.' ., ..Bemember- tbe? place. .12th' Street l5f Just. west ,'- 1"A
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r These photographs are on exhibition tling, of our:rural districts., The lands Reilly, agent,for the Fort Dallas Land v

ti ]n.i front, of the, :METKQPOLIS, and'the and climate: are here/jand> progressive! Company, a check for',|louo.oo being ,
: : : }
the of
donation ; Flakier
eop _of Miamj are invited eataeSttnen are sure to the' Henry JU. practical-Mattress
to laker
:Inspect, grasp passing .
'" .. towanfb'uildlog a white ;public sch >r\\,
't ; hem t. .*.', ,: ,opportunities.' :Do not', wait '.for in: this city....Mr,;Garthafde has aI-c 'G"O"on'W': IN. /l Avenne DT opposite Hotel :iUallll' ,} : t
\ Mr. to4do it all received check for ( from 'Mr. .:
: *' I Flagler: . :, ,:: -.unltr-f; a llw.OO All kinds of ,Mattresses
hand
'ii' of1 and 1i-
\ 4 vf Reilly:as the, Fort Dallas S
mulate make agent '
and .
i :1 THE HUGUENOTS. \ plans !.an aggressivemovenlent \ made to order Particular care taken' !
a .I I.andConrpllny'u a donation toward .
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,and much! can be accomplish In remaking,Mattresses,
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\1',A,friend of the METROPOLIS: ,Henry,H. L the :building 'uf.t. colored' public 'Second-Hand'Goods: ,
< f : school building at TheBoardor ; Bought and Sold, _
Miami.
.Harrison, who has resided:.in Florida' 1 y 23jnlytfHE, '} V '
: .!: Public Instruction! ofDade county 4 .* _
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,
r ,for many years bat(la now sojourning at ll. : it4 its meeting' I Tuesday, issued a , V:

.his old home, nJ' Virginia.has written a OUR_ CAPITAL i !T R1.f'!! warrant for $5ft .(X),'being,,the amount
fine'poem,which'will comprise About Under the< above beading W. G. Powell appropriated /by the \board toward F A.: :L' 'fS TJRGIlS: '1

'' .15q'pages, entitled', :TheUuguenbtsl', ,..of' Tallahassee, has\\been -sending, school building the ifublic. : white sc ool" The Stri
wilt/be' ready for occupancy ;
4 Much, (tbe, scene'of the ,story is,laid out, a news let 'er' to various, 'papers next week/ Dr. J. W Jackson of 'Cocoanut -' Miami Sa Iery alldHarn Shop 0 : ::

In Florida.,'_ :In our opinion the poem throughout the,State,,whicti,letter:,'.has Grove was in the,;city on Monday ; aaseax r 1

!ja!;of exceptional merit:, It consists oft been published by a number of"journals : /spent part of Wednesday bt rewhile' Fine '
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eightxcantos.. The"author has en route to attend tbe monthly t : : Harness Work a epecaalty ..i
kindly \
under the\
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[heading The letters ,
All '
enD meets g of the County oOl Board of -. .repthing'NeatlyDone., 'i' ,-

,.. _us the..manuscript :for Inspection. ... ,hare' been Wnt' 'to 1 the.,Mavaopousbut' : which. : be is a member ,r\ '' 8Oapr91. ,i- 1i .' \ :a Send:foe'Price. List for. lie" Work, t 1
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it\ ,.rt L; S .mil s1 vatioti\ {i than the Citrus family. Again, I W. I. Metcalf ,was in 'town Friday, 887 10: YEARS, ESTABLISHED, ", 189> _
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l: a$ your\, tree grows pinch;\ id toppingo\er night. lie was on business ,
\, run. You may just as uell have'a in an olllcial, capacitybeing an The and
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I MagnohalGrQve: Nursery Company
BCULTU2AL handsome, trim, sightly free as a: ttorney. 'J
sprawling 'crooked coucenneither The high ,winds ot the past;few days -, ,
!f.JTEIf:5-f5'; : : bush op tree.a The tim tip trim iswhile I'have played the mischief with vine and BEJiLEVIEW, MARION COUNTY, :FLORIDA.Ve :. ,

'1. : the tree is growing and you can hrub, especially bananas, theleaves ofwhich have, a choice selection of *, '. 4
', I' "fM pinch but the young bUds'with thumb have been torn into ribbons. '" \
"( "'';t .J.,.t u.1J 1L1'm': and finger.. Then, too ''there is the Miss Ina Blackmer will leave iti a Budded ,Oranges! I emons'and GrapefruitTreesr "p
"" Alligator Pear;\ what enormou? po-! sf- few days to enter the Normal school at ''
j. bilities lire contained in this: out White Sulphur Springs, where she will 75flHf; ( :Tries 1 frHnrsery: Form '

BDITKD Vt JAMES A. PINE. to ,Geo.i; Macdonald's hQmestdadt; seethe attend school having obtained a scbol- t
Postmaster at Cocoanut Grove. 6 or 7 year old trees clustered I rslnp. She will, be missed' in the This section has never ieeJlo emd with the"WHITE$ FLY? the stock Is'clean and '

r+' "oC about the' old house; they have ,hailthe ome cirrle, in society and the Sundaychool and healthy selecting and equal bndwood to any, that fat each me State.variety Great would rare prove baa true been to exercised name.: VARIETIES in piwnrtnr

Short practical articles on this subject are ad\antageof' plenty of fertilizer" :!< where:, she has been an efficient Parson Brown, Boone's Early, Pineapple 8&1110Hed, Jaffa, PaoerRind St.Mitch-
r\ sotlettetl by the Agricultural Editor and shouldaddressed and for have born large I eai'her. el, St. Mitcbvl Blond, art'..Tardiff or Valencia Late. IClnJr.TaOllerIO.", and Satauma
i F be to,him at Cocoanut Grove. years crop-,- Orange, Jonaelyn, Walters tnd Seedless Pomelo, Villa Franca Lisbon and Carney
''I I this year, being literally loaded with The colored people are making a specialty "Lemon.Can also furnish pricesum fall line of. Deciduous stock Trees, de, .4
'>.i. Dade County Stock Law.' ''I fine large fruit; they are tender to the II" of pineapples, .having set out llrered at all points ou the! East Coast.: -

:? # SKCTIOS''', 2. 'Any'--person "may take touch of frost, not much north of this'I bout-215,000. Many are working this TO'TIIOSg'CONTEMPLATING SETTING OUT URGE GROVES OF SEVERAL THOUSAND TREESI
I I know of summer to get the means to make further
can they be depended on. : -
..f'upand it shall be the duty of the sheriff in'the'' future I improvements Several: I of the will sire my personal assistance, Ujreqnlred,in superintending the planting ont Of t
nothing tpore promising : :
\ or any "constable, or any magistrate sjock. sold from our nursery. : : r
1 to take AUp or:cause to be', taken than a grove of:.these pears; and do i farmers are putting ,in crops for early We invite all to Inspect our stock and-get prices before pnrchmilng. else where.. ,. Catalogue -' ..
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*" stock not, stint the 'er l1izer. i market and home use,'as.vegetables are after October 15th.AlDHEii3_. /' r.
and ded Jive ,
impou running
up any -
t' .. > : soscaroe-Iu're.
I at'large witbip'tbe said portion b j F. D.. WHITE a
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ITEMS :FROM COCOANUT GROVE. Fred, Dickerson'aud Mrs Jenny Bel- '_ \ '' ,
oft said ;and such.,.impounder "'
county '"' '" den made a flying trip to West r Palm Oct.t t3mo \ ,\I"' .- Manager:
]' demand 25 cents ,for each animal '
,may 1. .
Beach one ,last
day weekreturning the
';: for ,every day such stock is kept' inv- The Duke of bade went up-to Miami ; .
and 60 cents for taking andpounding last Tuesday''on important business. same-evening, marrie-soreport.8&Y8, ; ;I' SHIPPING. : -
pounded ?
5- t H at any rate Fred passed the cigars. :CHURCH AM) RELIGIOUS xm's
; ,and the person having Geo.=L. McDonald left for Modelo on Congratulations are in besides'it I Arrived ,. : ,. ,
at Miami Direct from Boston SteamerTFrlscinan
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such stock
;- charge of hereby required Wednesday on business returning list '
yes takes one from the of i
bachelor '
to feed, water and give such care as isnecessary terday. ' . ?; r October 6th.This f :zDiTZD: : JBT x. v: ;3LACEHAN. ..
i\ with. which 1hetown'iaWell( supplied.C. large ,steamer is a recent port Metlrodlst
,to[ keep such stock in the ' >Pastor of Episcopal Church;Mlaml.
of
condition "as wben impounded. Arthur F.| Lang, of the firm Carter W. \McCord 'has-'literally obeyed base of Lovfttt & Laws, the wholesale ..
game
t; Langof this place, has;returned the divine in junction "Arise take merchants of Miami. She ), '
Sic., 5. 'The word stock shall ben up bringsin At Trinity church,Avenue B beyond )
ry/construed to ,'mean ;:' horses, mules, from his trip to Jacksonville by bed and. .walk;",and worse than.all, addition to many varieties j of, dry Tenth streets there will be, next Sun'

,1'asses, cows, jsbeep,. goatsandlall .neat. Mayor Addison of Cutler' paid a visit be has taken his I house;,along, too ands goods notions, hats 'caps, boos;'shoes day morning;,'October 10th 'a .celebration -

j/i 1 cattle and swine. : > to-the Grove this, weeks Mr.i Addisou peacefully floating down to'Miami.t and cothing| one hundred and,, fifty ( of the Holy, Eucbar'st, at 7:30
: rt is, one of the! oldest settlers on Biscaynecayne is time }somebody ,entered) protest cases of Swiss milk. Hurrah for Miami o'clock. Sunday\'school at, 10 o'clock,

.' ,-/r.t, j . 1I .4oi.oT &" r ; Bay, having resided en shores against this wholesale flitting. Laterwe ,and three 'cheers for the enterprising 1 and jmorning prayer and sermon at 11
,/ In our articlelilast\ week'on'fiowersr' for'31. years! I expect\ to be 'somewhat crowded, firm of Lovett &_Laws. It is no dream o'clock. 5
we the' fascinating array On next Sunday.J I October 10th" ,'Congregational but just: at present there is room ()f your grandpa, but a' real double- i\ The Order of'the Holy Cross, which ""

1. of "lovelineesss" can have at: small services will ,beheld in the! f enough, at Linton., inokestack steamer, bought of the Fall has taken up'work at Biscayne Bay

expense; the!, typo' put it, "holiness". Union Chapel, [Rev. James Bolton offiiating. -. "" > .. . i iELLIOTT'S River Line. She bas a crew of twenty for the cowing| three or four months, is

and the proof reader, 'passed it, by, 'Preaching at 11. a.. in., and : ,KEY. sailors. The excitement in Miami is 8. religious community in the Episcopal
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3 s thinking perhaps the terms were 'to a 7:30 p.' m. ;A11 l are cordially'invitedo , greater than ever., ',It'is noW' a settled church '''bating.its mother, bouse &tWestmhuster.Maryland.
1' certain extent interchangeable.c' Cer- attend. ,T- Abner .Sweeting paidJMiami: 'a' visit act that this: large steamer,will' continue ; Its members :-

tainly holiness'should be ,always love- :Mine-host:Peacock of the, Inn, #is receiving last week., : to arrive every thirty days heavily are bound .{by the,vows, of \poverty, j--' "

ly; at least.we4 never fancied the 'austere daily! a: large number of applications Mr. Geo. Pinder and family arrivedon laden, bringing- the extra largestock' hastily and obedience.. s> ;:g.,
V; type of it; and the loveliness of a from '\'all parts of' the country the Magnolia this trip. ' of fall and 'winter goods' purr The services, of the"MethodistfEpisopal --" ::
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beautiful anal ofGod's handiwork, as from parties? pairing accommodations Mr. Jeremiah Sanders, and family chased in the/East ,by Major John P. church for next Sabbath"will bet

5' t expressed in a bed of flowers?k will per during the coping i season; : Indications have. arrived from'Key West. Lovett wbll .,on a several weeks' stay held in the Nelson building, next 'doori T'

haps stir up' feelings not far astray point;: to a brisk winter travel to this J. W. Watkins of Lemon City iiiemployed in the manufacturing districts of tbe to the furniture store;,'Sunday school .*

'. from thoughts of holiness, stilL the ar-famed an4'vpry desirable resort. in, .building, boat for',Mr. North and.East. at lO a. m.; preaching,11 am.;Junior;>> s h
sentence as printed,looks and reads a Geo.Sweeting.. w ; Mr. Ed. Laws, John P. Lovett, Jr., League ,at 2:30p. ,m.; Senior, p. m.3
: 4 little..odd. From priVate'letter dated' October Miss Ella, Sweeting has\:beef! sick fora nd,Mr. F. P. Currier, boatswain, will At 7 o'clock the Sunday .School Misionary -*.', r
f ;, 1st on .the .coast,'of Maine \v'e. red- few days, but has now her 'take 'pleasure in showing':, visitorsthrough Society will giveamissionary;,
regained
4 ( Mans. .- '',-; ised' by;,Mr.t.and Mrs. Kirk Munroe'to usual good health. '! 'the large new Fall River Line entertainment.. The ,services will be'
.,It is time for those whointend i change the address of the .METROPOLIS Capt. Norman took a trip down ,to tea mer,"Priscilla'" now at the docks under the direction of Mrs.":Eva WI!-

: plan'ting'onion''seed to be getting it in to Cocoaniftj Grove, but that -they the lower end of the Key the other in,front'of Lovett:, & Laws large dry, .eon,\,president.of the society.: ' .%"* -

'the ground; if you want to:raise bulbs, will, not reach [home for ,a, couple of, day. It is rumored', it was to see,his goods emporium at Miami. They Flbr- -4 s'. I ,
(tor. onions get the; Bermuda seed. Some weeks They Will make short-stops at darling Nellie Blanche. Ida Stearnsbip Co:!!.would d?) Wl'JIto 1= of Warren Knowlton.

:dealers.strenuously. contend .that only Boston,'. New, lYdrk, Washington and Miss'Julia Lowe of Key West, i is vis- take; a. look over1 this immense Vessel \Death : : ,
'the imported Teneriff seeis to be relied ther points on the' way. Kirk-Munroe iting on the Key. Miss Julia is a pleas- before letting contracts for thelrboats. Warren Knowlton, the 'con of Judge .

: on; untillasn'ear have always has been traveling in the West during a' log little lady, we are 'enjoying her The.entire public.. are incited to call Knowlton bur esteemed citizen'and
':.\ised it and,found it satisfactory,'but onsidersble_.period of the! summer' ompany and hope she will! stay for a t,' tbe store for inquiry.fpr. purchases, I' engineer of the'city works.dl on last 4
last year we tried the California grown and is now preparing: for the: press of some time. 1 freights i and passage. octS-tl Saturday. 'morning. The young man, ..

seed and were equally as well pleased. Jarper' ,Bros. :a, new, story, entitled Mr. Packets and family of" plantation S i . i __ 'I I who,was 19 years of ale, bad been af-: .,..

We'have the California seed on< hand, 'ThepopperPrincess." Mrs. Mu roe \heY, were here last week visiting his ,A 'C d"l Ceded for a long 'time ,with ,lung
and will send and get the Teneriff seed says that Great Diamond.Island,where nephew, Mr. William' Parker. ,We .desire I I trouble; ,having been brought-to this ,. ,x
Now to the
if any one.wants'It.; would like to seea hey have spent; the summer is'a')love- Asa,looks with, sad and' [ express, through section suffering with;that fearful dis -
columns
,longing of the :METROPOLIS sin- '
number of our gardeners-try, at least ly place, and: that the people' :are nicer toward Plantation Key.i eyes thanks to friends, our in hip ease. [Some months -ago, the' young:
ere ,
our '
'a:small 'bed.f :L '.. than the place,'which' saying a' 'good ,-.i .: / ,f' city for their words many sympathy"t and ,man, accompanied by his mother, made:
deal; but she also adds that".i gives a trip to Valdosta, Ga., with tbe hope
f t Tomatoes.* her a fit of homesickness every time she : Florida Postniastth.Washington : 'f.f acts of,kindnessjendered us in our recent of regaining bis strength by a change

4What' variety|'oftoniato-'ahalf''I' reads the METROPOLIS,and that no one ,( CtBenjanp.n, P. b bereavement; also to the.members to the Jmountalnous) air of that countrY _

", 'plant?"is a'quer often asked,..and'we' will be gladderto,.get back; to the;;Bay Bur( hestrace was today 'appointed Qt the Presb'terianchoir) for tbeii J but, favorable,result did not follow.
are ,watching with" much' interest t+4 .than she. fl postmaster at'Georgewcvn, and.r.Chaolberlahi' .- B. sweet music rendered" at, "the funeral, and be returned to Miami aboot,two

.see how the majority, gardeners ari1 The'entertainment'_ of the .IlouseLfeepers'Club at Miami. ',JBothare servIces of our son weeks ago.. At firSt' he seemed to be.
1,swer.it themselves- far in the ppr- .fburtli-claasoffices. '* :- I' .A, L. KJ.OWLTON.MBS. : '. lgMly.Improved' and thoulthtf that
k J
!'chases of seed the Beauty preponderates the most successful last evening!and was enjoyable one of The above article, which appeared in- 4 : .'T. :M. .
closely'followed by the Stone, occaslonally the Times-Union-Citizen last Tuesdays ; short time .
events eVer given''by that organization. HJ a ; yet on' Fri- s
I one wants'. the Royal Bed, Over '200 were t present. 'The incorrect as regards the t latter United States Experiment Station. day .a ;change ,.for the "worse took ;.
,
while.'ORibe Keys now ,and then we rersons' tamed apJ>Oi 1tlUent., Mr. Chamber- place and, he passed 'away
sweet,attraction
for Weber
candy Prof.. baa been
spending
find a purchaser!' :for the Ignotem.On . he guests: 'during the first part of the ain is the postmaster at Mimms.. 5,The ,about "week in this city and vicinity time; mentioned'above., His, parents '

Lake,JWortb' ,Livingston's Favor evening;followed later by entranc- compositor i=is-probably responsible for inspecting -eountry.Iand; a were both with ,him when the end '
ite appears toe, "in' demand We do ing movements thedance. :Refreshments the- mistake. Miami is a Mini-class office number of under the1'large came. :His death, although not:on-i ilooked'
properties
,demand',for either the + and our esteemed citizen J. S." : ; :- ,
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not find mnch were sold for the benefit pLthClub. ) ance of our veteran:real .estate for, was quite a shock to them, -
: agent; '
Dwarf 'Q ampion or Aristocrat 'we Warner feels sure that he is the man had abe
; Thefinepatchworkquiltralfled .Hon.F.S."Morse'we'believe it as tbey ,entertained tbe bope:that ;
shall raise a few of, each, in our trial I ,that Is holding it ..d'n.. : may might rally' and perhaps recover.'
during: the ,evening, brought 15;and . be considered" settled that a U. S. Exenment -
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roundsthis fall and unless we mistake .
Our
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out toJudgeKnowltonandhisestimablewifa
sympathy +
FrowThe sincere goes
was won .byt'Mis8Oracel station' and
f : > : Sub-Tropica
will makesowe of our gardeners lahd ,. The City Council, h Jar
i-tcre tract oft so kindly donatedto t Laboratory :will' established', in tbe
open their eyes &81 j to the' possibilities theClub, '''by, Mrs.-McFarland was Held meeting last Monday night for ricinity of this city. Numerous; ,properties tn[ their'severe affliction. .

contained in these! two varieties. wAtany won by'Hon.'red:Morse.. "The land the; purpose of revising. ',the city registration were inspected .and a .certain The funeral services, were held on,

rate;our:experience" so 'far with .brought the ladies the neat'sum\ of $90. list as the books only Closed on iO-acre tract at;.North, Miami, lying last Saturday,afternoon.. /Tbe' Presbyt

them has been ,,verir,, satisfactory but An elegant'tarpon: \picture' ,frame,'pre September,30h., :Council'was not advised ,lost south of the',new City Cemetery, terian ;choir, of .which body be was a _
we believe theywill require high manuring -; sented by Miss Maud Brickell of Miami 'of any- rson who had j j died or was firsjt,cboise;. until, Mr*,' and, Mrs member;!. was .present' and 'rendered
|and,cultivation, to.make' thema was won by\!Ilarry, Tuttle ; $6.60 was x left the'cit81nce the books closed and William B. Brickell made an :offer some choice selections appropriate to
success.: tie 34{ : } realized from the chances.:; iThe-musjc it did not appear that, anyone had' improperly which was so liberal and generous that occasion.: "Theinterment was. made; "

Then there id the,'new aspirants, for for the occasion last evening; was furl registered; therefore no in all probability! the experiment; station in the city cemetery. -

,vegetation honors;., ,we refer' to the nished ,by Mrs.'Pick ford, Mr. Miller of names were'erased. or Stricken The will be located on the Bay'front a k
.4. Honor Bright itre: hope every gardenerwill Miami and little,Raphala Peacock. It clerk was directed to have the list of short distance 'south of Mr. Morse's LetterPromKenryE.Perr ne. : r

giVe this Variety i a' trial; the seed Is needless to say that it was excellent. registered voters,published for';one insertion -- residence :!,Tbe )and ria'of 'plendi The following will be read with interest '

Is ;very high this :year, but we will put The housekeepers are'very much gratified in the MI.un METROPOLIS. quality, and the, Brickells have offeredit by1 our ,readers coming; .as it '

up some, 25 ceqt packages.and_ urge all with the success of'the entertainment ;Mayor Reilly reported 'that 'he had ,for the purpose mentioned at price does,. from 'the' son of one/who waaa, .
itTwo' 'claimed for .
to try qualities as could readily seen by their paid the city,treasurer' ,:the suns\of one which is about one-Tourth what they martyr-to science and'the development N
it would, if tbey prove a surreal, placeit thousand Dollars donated 'Mr. .
complacent, smiles! as they moved by have been asking for similar property. of our*beautiful Bay ',I- <
at \once in [tbe front rank: its freedom : around for the1' Flagler toward building\the !public }
providing
pleasure of The location of a U. S.;Experimenta BuxrALoNYSeptember 30,1897
: from rot ( and 'cracking and Jtssbippingkeeplng' their guests;', 'barticularly'was:this so school,:white,at, Miami, and also the station in this'vicinity will no doubt! t-f Esq.. ' r a
Walter S.Graham :
qualities; try .a ;25 of Mrs.'Fredericks, 4he energetic president sum of. one hundred' ;dollara. for'the, , prove a great benefit to',Miami and;al DKAR Sin-I see'by notice: on the wrapper'
:and be for another
cent package ready ., colored.scbtiol., ;
;and 'Mrs. Chas :Peacock, the f of South Dade Mr. Morse deserves
'
aeasonjf, it.proves the thing.5' .* Contentment -.pouncil decided to appropriate the that my subscription for your paper expired la
I treasurer.. and happiness great credit for his untiring efforts to June.'t I Enclosed flndtwd'dollars,which please' ;
could be' noticed. their countenances sum of one hundred dollars to have the site and '
upon suitable out the
secure a point
:Stable:Manor tO
paSs credit. I evidences
.. f : my ,&J glad to note the
as they meditated ,the'valuable ci properly advertised in the pro location in vicinity '
of this
upon advantages a
.Kan gardeners are using stable manure 8ouvenir"-edition of prosperity;as shown In Jour"eOIlIIIIDS; ,.
addition ; ,of the posed.'mammoth ,, 'of: Prof. ,The Brickells also '
tbejCXChequer to -Weber "
.
from KeylWestwe\ ; have been \ relative to the various ,localities oa Biscayne,
'authorized to make contracts for it, at Club,as aresuhVbf' last t'veD1ng'8'e\'t' ht: the FlorJda\T-imes-Union'and and Citizen, deserve praise; for the liberal manner I Bay:and hope that my DIe,may be spared to ,. ,
and members
40 cent*a barreldelivered any place on In our next issue.w$ shall/publish an the Mayor of1 theounrU in [which they have. "dealt with;Mr. witness the hill realization of m)father's dreams s '
official report Of the ,entertainment.' :also. ; pledged 'themselves to Morse, in the: matter. Next week. : '
it reJaUJu"to
the, Bay where landing is possible;. the cultivation of useful tropical
: The following persons! were noticed' in subscribe, the sumof' fifty dollarsoutof we, hope to 'give.our readers 'a *
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is ,guaranteed to be well rotted, andbarrels plants on Ml; formerly considered as worthless, -
attendance from .Miami'Mrs. Julia their own"prsonal, means.: "Coun- ,of, the' work of ,Prof
short synopsis; claimed .
;; ellrnIJed and;covered with but which be could be made of greater '
: ) Tuttle-Mr.and Mrs.Gardener.and son; cil then adjourned until its next; regular Weber and hisr associates' in the Experimental 1r
,
sacking.u, ..J" j Mrs.' aomstockj! MrJanc:1trs: A. E..' .meeting', which, should, have,\toe-, Station at ;Rustle,- and value,than the farms of the'N rth, esL

KingsleyMtandMrsrS.GrahamMrs.Boyer ,cnrred last night, but,owing to the absence -! which will be continued hereon, a Jarg- -r 'YourstruJy/LPaaaiu. ,.
? We -are1\'pleased to see' the, interest' andtwod4ughtersDrland3lrs. from the city of several members; er and more favouable scale.togetbe 1' _Hsaav : :z

,being x ibit.ed\in'| planting fruits; Fowler, the Misses Cora and 'ay Fowler ,rio quorum.;could be' obtained :and I' with several, new' plans 'of study,aDd

'' ,there is no manner of doubt but what :: Miss Weatherfprd\ ; }Messrs. Harry' ,was, postponed,until, ,Wednesdayjiigbt. research which they.will be able to con.

(the OItrutr: Froit-s.LlU'', do well,' but.' Tuttle, Frank' bowler,' E. T Bying : r .F--i 1 duct when established here. OIL'' '>us; RUDY'S Suppository' 'Ti

\do not tbe, nistake of thinking. ton. ,,E. L.White S.Burlingamei . 9Notice.Those ; ':' Prof. Weber left on: Wednesday ; guaranteed' curt Pile
(tbat<;all ,you' have; too is to get' a! '. ..- i [ interested io'the'organizdtionof morning 'for St. 'Augustine,"where he refunded.' CO and cents Constipation per box.,)or Send money'(or, ,, ,

'young tree and put.it out on the rocks :LINTON-LOGIC. the new Odd Fellows' lodge; in;this will'spend a few'daJI'afterwhlch- - be- list of testimonials and Free Sample to
and then leave it alone to do the rest; ..J.-j l' : cityj are requested to meet'at, the!Jaw will. ,return to Eustis.* MARTIN RUDY. For Registered Pharmacist,' ',
:Jf' so yon,will make' a"failure..: Nothing 'W:'w. B Blackmer bas put out 'a large ce of Scott '&;, Broome,on ,Wednes ...1.-. .. ..P. '.- jdsts Lancaster.,and In Pa.Miami,Fla.byW.B.B sale by leading dm-1 BY.rf. .

; will respond more liberally, torw.l' quantity pines'on the land recently 1 tot ,evening_next at 7 o'clock. The Orientals are requested to'mee tat

.! tioD.and col- purchased 'of-O. E. and w._S.LintoQ.to *:, :A.'\f..6TAUmD. the ball.at 7 o'clock1,Monday' ,''nigbt. ua-- ,'- -- .'''' -1

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". : Bay Front For Sale. I QUICKEST: WAY TO A FORTUNED L In,Tripoli 50'trees tiro planted to an l a also l considerable musk obtained from' .. 1'. ;

I uena Twenty-one ames",with a frontage of Four Thousand Aerea-of-Truck Famine Laadj acre;:trhich yield'1.sOO pounds qf froji.whictl''glve the musk glands of the,old 'gators;and .. .a ',.',
!to 400 feet the Bay A splendid piece of '
r on i .
'1 f' land lying between the place of R. B. Mo and Other Desirable Property For Sale. 500 to550'pounds;; ] or*oiJ. the young ones;two to three'feet. ' ,long,' .'
Cormick and that of. A. B. Simmons, .I have for'sale abont four; tbotuand They grow in. dry soils.. and' on i hillsides, re'excellent: ,eating: .
t Vista oath 'of Ooooannt Grove" The finest ocree'of' track farming lands and land and .come into full bearing' the'tenpyear BXES, HONKT,AVD WAX.
; piece of land for sale on the Bay for''the nitable for oranges; lemons, and all ,but begin,to bear in three! years. :
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money. ,Price $4,600. Will take one- Linda of tropical fruits,'actuated on Day Two hundred and forty quarts have Bees find, in alf parts of Florida a ;,''
half cash or only, one-third.ca h if neceesa2t18tf' Biscayne, the garden spot lot the world. .,been from '. ;congenial home,-flying away everyday
d C4atage Also city lots 1 at Lemon City;and abonl picked one tree. : In the'year and averaging I ,223 pounds, '
) ,BOBBINS. & GRAHAM. 17 acres' of fine'Bay front'land between :::.,In. Morocco they estimated. 75 trees of comb 'per eotony'ayear and ' .
some
: Little River and Poet OfficeI : to the and
of
Biscayne ; acre a yield :1,125 gallons *
1.I., Two miles north"of Miami, ]1. ., j! Candidates for City Offices. can be foand domiciled' i at 'my orange of ,oili at from ItW to 250 bushels ,of times making over 510 pOunds., :Mr. "
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grove three, mie! : northwest)of Lemon lart, ,lifing'abou.iSmiles, north'of
close to the Railroad Depot Those ''gentlemen who aspire to be olives.| I I
'
\. ,<,5 minutes fn m' the, elected to city office next October City.. Please write forpricee.T. .' oil the Aurantia, has now 116 colonies"of bees,
1 .'D. WRIGHT; :Agent, The S.extractedfrom, ripe "
% : should aunonnce.themselves in the columns ; and .raises about 20. tons of bone)*per.
,
New 2-.15-tf-Cp Lemon Dade Co; Fli fruit '
,,:- I Bnildinalarge, airy H ''i of'! the METROPOLIS. We shall City. by pressing.' year, besides 200 pounds of wax. '
: Beddroom&Hdnting t! charge $5.. for each announcement in ', The green fruit is, used' 'for pickling. There are''thirty.two! ,engaged -
t' \ ,Pishing. Boating' advance for running samein our coluraris INDUSTRIAL'RESOURCES. They ,are, soaked .in ,two or three waters persons -
,, '''' from until the;election in this business in Mr, Hart's
now. on '
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days
Continued put
[ from
r : French Cuisine.ChasCourly. occurs. Come forward,, gentlemen, : vicinity, and the'yield n'l89-t' was 200 t
\ ands let,the public know what you insect, r. h'ch is a native of India! The and water. Wholesale:'price: of?il3oc tons of honey,'netting over'20,000.
P O >. want and'what'' you have to recommend Insect punctures the bark of the' twigsof : to $2,per gallon. '
I.D Feaster of
1 I' '$1 'U u l.I _: \ you:I > ', aug20-tf' fig and other trees' until a. warty, An olive grows wild 4 n Florida.RapeJOi1.Msde ; miles.south; 'of Aurantia, LaGrange, also, has even.f: a. a4
resinous "' : | ,from, the seeds, of a :
is formed. This
excrescence, .
: 'i;: -f' arge number of.hives ,and raisesabont'
\
\ is taken oif in kind of[turnip. It groins best on rich I
byjimmersion boiling ;
": fifteen.tons. annually;. .
: water, then melted and strained soil, reclaimed 'bogs,:etc. The,oil i is ,
5* *
; 4M1AMI I' I' through cloth,1 The water hi which made by pressing-''the seed .' The '., "

:, t. t i t, I the sticks are boiled. contains a'purple crushed!", seeds' that"are [ e'Ils called, _. ,c-, '

sediment, whicH is strained, eVapo- rape-cake and is,useful\ to feed to cattle The canning industry has a great ;.

1' :' rated:and' cut; into small: cakes,. and and i* a ,good.fertilizer. Rape oil future .f in Florida. 'At,present I know i!! E
:' j' : and forms Iac-dye.. Wholesale, price 11 to is used for,machinery and: lamps.: of but one canning factory in the State 'I :

} ;: : { ; 4 ''JNow iIDs ftCi" ,, 15 cents ,a pound. Large ,quantitiesare ,Colza nor Croton:oil is\!mainly made "Seminole". at' Myers ,and it Is: ';

t [ ', iULSIH' [ .used in dyeing velvet, cloth 'The from abb ge'Ikale. and<
t" "i . shellac is used for making' varnish, .and is used<< for:dre8sJngwood.All l ( .- 4 ; at' the, same .time_ "'I. have
't i .. '. sealing wax;French polish,etc. these seefls and the oils:could be seen guavas, peaches, pears, oranges ,
.
1; raised with' 'ease in Florida.. and:other: fruit,rotting:,on the, ground. ',
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:. } \ For Sale' Dye:;Woods. Sunflowerseeds'' and saffron, seeds in carloads. ,.j'l/
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furnish an excellent oil.i .Guavas-The operation of canning is
,
'A) uf.! The latter is the-rear Macassar oil, a simple and.requires' 'little,c pit C,1:: c .II ,
The ,fruit is :used Cor'yeing..b wn species,of, yegetable'butter. fruit is simply\packed in the' cans and ... r
00 t t $1QOO Per t
"o' Prj lip $1 ; Lot and violet. It is also a a staple?medicine. ,
:6S, : \It grows in India Southern Africa Poppy.seed' oif is.sweet: oil largely" the space filled with water.. The cov-
: substituted for'olive oil.Besides'athesethereare. era are then soldered j Ion securely and<< :
the Levant and. West Indies. It ; '
According to',I OCatiOll.fare '. also affords1 a fine' pigment.,. ,Would : the followingoils a small hoJe punched .in the .top.; -The.
ti titi> 'r I probably grow in Florida ,, for which' there is always I a,market cans,ire then placed in a.shallow l pan of i
f L "8CMACH.' .t and,all i, ,of which could*, ,be raised water and: boiled, and when'the. steam
: : / and manufactured has driven out all 'the air,the hole is,
here t
, !. to Miami flYer the Florida EaatCoast; Railway will be refunded to The plant'growa wild in all parts ofFlorida. Groundlnutr ,oif, particularly, valua- closed tight With a drop.of,solder. '
., each purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for each fare which .J\ The:"bark,=wood, fruit, and ,1.1
in for lot.. '. blefor machinery asit;. is not.affected The following fruits! could ,:all beg +I-
bereceived cash _
: (|reoeip frill : as part payment roots are are used lor. dyeing. The .
; '!\ : plant' also'contains large'amount'of b bycold.i i; raised and canned in,South Florida : ," ;
f RfclLLY a
\ : V'; Call on JOHN: B AgentFort .
m '! : tannin. r..r i /Almondt oil, used' in making- perfumery ; .Peaches:-Sometimes- growing eleven '
m&. / \ Dallas"nand Miami ., ,I is made from the kernels of the .
: Y Company, , The varnish sumach, : (;Japan,varnish inches in circumference and. weighing
i" : "iO>; 1 yE; INGRAHAM" ,"\Vice-PrelH, i : tree, is a native"of Japan,and the sweet and'bitter,almonds. fourteen ounces each!. One bushel per, I I:1
::: 4( ;! ; varnish i is-the sap of the:tree,'obtaine< Oils rmade from the seeds 6f gourds; tree<<; has been .raised]and the mean of

: ;.{, : i.lo, : t;-f ''I': .. :;Frt' :Dallas'Land'' ',po., St. AugustineFla.] making)incisions in.'the trunkrromwhich garden cress' tobacco; ',hazer;}walnuts two .sta emutsmade"> to me"show ''an ..1

: the juice flows and becomes black and other\\jnuts, tea seed, grape, seed, income,of ito' per acre' from the raw J

uoon exposure,to tie air .'f oil'of turpentine bergamot,'caraway; fruit.The, honey Peach' is the best. a
Lttde 8f t : chambmilel cloves, hops juniper cedar The Peentq is good. '
: Fertilizer 4 Phosphate Co Theoll in the seeds when pressed out very ;

: becomes bard as tallow'and is' used"'for. .parsley' raisin; valerian,. anise; ::Tomat4aomeEimes weighing, two J
< Yi candles. Would probably grow' .!in Florida fennel,' peppermint, rue, thyme; wintergreen pounds. each. "A"mean. of four, statements ? )

' i, 'J ,,, 'JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA, ,, if, Introduced. f / ;garlic, horseradishpUntain, 'gives a., yield of 232.2: 'bushels ) ,}
LOGWOOD., centaury:' lemon" mace o1Finade'fromnutmegs : per',;acre, and a peao.,of eight state! '. :

i ' .., ..; caropa oil,'and. over seventy, menta shows th t'n income of 603.75
-- .,. e is, SO .t1Gf et in heightand ;
r :\ ,Manufacturers of:]'"GrF rl t grows abundantly in Jamaica and others.raisedin'the::Nutmegs l West.Indiei.ANUtai.are now. successfully; per 'acre has been ,realized<< from'the ;

: other, West India'I i j land and"Central ., k I "raw fruit:in early northern' markets. 'I. j.1.'
Pears the|
mer ca. ,.The/heart of the,. reels -LeCpnte! are principal!
: I. ..TomatoL if. Growers' should- '::use' .the' $frt(Fer ilizer; because .the jest, ISI' used for dyetagred.- Fifty thousand Besides the.vegetable oils. there are kind raised; 514 bushels.per acre ,have, :-
\ -* ' 'i-, ch* j.-.t.. :,1, '"i.." 5-. tons are annually imported into Great numerous animal oils'which:': command been 'ga bered. ,It 'is a large, good.looting 1,.:
t ; \: I- Britain:'It isalso\ used in'making Ink a good priceandcould) ;; yeryfapprppriately pea, but only! fit for'cooking.

\ ". Little ros;:Vegetable' Nol, ,: and Little: Bro :Tomato Would. probably, ( grow" in, Florida., ,be made here ,, *">l'j : I, :Strawberries-A ,mean,of'five. statements -- .;.;..;.

1 ; . "Special are: i(the p stds,;\ on ,the 4! T\:.ALDERGrowu Porpoise ,Oil-This is next I in,value show a yield of.3,668 quarts'\per: '.
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\\ in Flori a.. ,The bark and leaves to whale.oil. acre, producing an income according. t
I .t ; ', t ': f :'t : ., : .. , market for'tomatfies.'JOHN ,. |-l. .'t, ,: are used for,dyeing orange yellow and At::times" ,,millions'of. , porpoisesare, 'f | to four.different statements" of ,from" ,

: +. ,,: . ,Etj.Jt Agent ": >i also for.: tannin %. The, wood makes thebeQigunpowde seen amopg the breakers $150 tO.$ ll.8D per .: .. I' .,f
'l' : : quantities
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< : ida "sea, beach. Great 0 f
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. 1 I \ [ charcoal. &. : Figs Onetree has been, known to -
_" <, ,. :',\ ''V' : ,1.t.r.R8 1\\_..rT. _A' '4'T" : t ,- these animals are taken-in some places produce, -differently stated, ten'tO' '
I, 'I' 4\ to ,I \ "r' jff'I ', ,. "., and. they, might 'be. ,captured... here,. in twelve bu'sbels.Tb ,,;
f J'are. easily driedin
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,, 1.'t' <- .v + great aumbers.r H' ,,
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It brings from to$225'per ton
i- \ : : \ ,J 'has ; $200 pf 1 ;?;Blackberries-A 'mean of two'state-' ,
Cotton. seed oil, :already: \,beenmade' 252i gallons. ,
Nfrth Miami: mentioned' arle s'gives'i2J' >usheU per cre'. '_
\\'r > -:; 4 4rLinseed fromAflaiseed 'Porpoise JawQitsis found, in the jawbone ...
\ 1 oil is by of the animal and iihighly prized J \Whortleberries, huckleberries, blueberries '

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:: ",; Jt.{ "/" 1. : t ; . ."" \\f .; oil cake :left afttliei oil' is extracted The skin'Is'Iusedby' ; carriage makers' in abundance. -- -

'" '*1 .' '. : \ 1,, .,.... A is:very .useful .for: feeding cattle'andpoultry. and; for shoes.. '* Grapes-'Four, ':,statements give 722 "' .'t'
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Also much used In medicine. bushels of, '' ;
scuppernongs and
; Shirk. ; acre,
Oil Made
": from the liver oC
irrt 'Th New : "l i Flax,grows: in1' ,NewjZealand\, ; India", the:common shark, is the llghtesvof: : five,:statements give mean 'of 4999pounds' : ,0
'Mi1i'1 : to Egypt and'in cold '',of whiteNiagara's
. tOperate countries airoils, and iaused. as* a;substitbte for : ,pe> acre,. .:
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!; -. \ Ie '- \ :- \ iThe mummies'of Egypt' were w appedid.clotb cod ,liver:'oil..'Sharks:abound'at New inetimes- running ,up to twoand a' '
: made of flax. : half tons and thirty, fat sevent \five,
r and in !
'; Develop 't.e..i Smyrna inlet, small ones Indian
; .: Terminal plant would undoubtedly.grow bushels,to oneyjn'e: of black namt'urgs'I!' :
.. -_ ; ; \ : \ ,.t,..' \jThls Ri fer':1:::1 .. ..
,I' \ I Floridaasift'prefers"ariobmoistsol1 : ::Yolk of; Eggs;,Oii-Thieoit: is highly Orange. -:-So much, has been written .
c ; and is.said to groin on the Pacific. for' : : of_this fruit and such conflicting statements -
TH prized making;pomades and fane;
:, .' :NORT ERK PORTIONE : '0E qI'ft. :1; slope' of'tbeUnit States. Two bun soaps, .and brings |2'
; :f dred and. .flfty'to'eight: ,hundred pounds could be'obtained in great: quantities all., As_ many as''20,000 oranges' h'aye >.
; \1- ' -. 'i ''A A ': /'I\ oflsied; are;,:raised..'per;acfe_ In ,India; from, 'the"'turtle,! eggswhteharedeooe- been taken from one i tree,'and very

; . :NorthyMiami !Lptsj' a're, only half a,,milefrdm:( ; ',f1ie''ISfew worth, there 2jti 8c.' per pound.? iced on ':the sea beach, by the logger many- persons. bare realized', from'$15'

: ,: \ , Terming, or:a :fejv 'minutes' 'walkSize] 6QxiOft_ .p. In 1890 over 70o'oOO,000 pounds were head green" !and hawk's-bill. turtles; ; to $25 per ,tree. The:,average of.nine .-
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,. \ exported,frofnXlndia! alone, :"The seed during the;montbs of June, iJuly and dlft'er.ent" statements give. 897 bushels .
: AlleYin !
: ; of 'lot. ''Cool ,andb'reezy'1 1
:!! ; ,. > '! rear. every\ : .' *. ' ; '. yields 20 per cen or,oils worth, wholesale August;,' Just south of Cape Canavera) of oranges per acre but taking. large :
: . \1 \ cations fit' 48c. gallon.: , grove' for a !long term of '
: %.; ( y found.in a, walk pf; one-quarter of a ; years the
: f'" t : :' /,: 1. U' Mustard ,Oil-ThVplant "grows, in mile 1,400-eggs., (I These eggs are also : yield ils: not near 'this. Dudn Bros.

,, ., I PRICE' .S50I.OO TO :$75.00. : ,Florida: -readily\ >th4 oil could be highly esteemed-as.. food. ,' I grove'of eighteen.acres: for nine years ,

, ., ..: l. : f'r' manufactured if d< ired,| ,It.I is ,used in Bear's Grease-Used as a'pomade; it returned" (i a'profit pf $fl09:8tper, acre, '.'
"BJi : medicine and in' dross;{ampoil. is,well known.: ,, 'Great'numbersofhears,I and another'grove of,800 trees for thirteen -:
be '
:' ; whilertliey had h'a twill : j
tftej '
i : may :! : 'Castor Oil-The lent i Palma Christigrowsall'througti 'earfproducec '
; whenjhe walk: the:' sea beach. night iot: rt e ) 113) 'grange* per
l>e worth double a, few' months hence New : Florida and even as eggs of;, which they, devour immense j, year t...per tree/or estimating'them at $10 .
Terminal i high north as.New Jersey, and. the oil numbers. per thousand-113: 0 per acre. These
: i : completed.:, Easy Term C.\. :is made from its -This is said ' 'I last'two '
seeds. to
t. .: , Fish Oil-:Great schools of menhaden amounts 'are the more nearlycorrect.
L be a'profitable try',iti the vicinityof mossbunkers ':abound-off .shore'and : '
or
is\\ Bobbins & Gr ,
: ham1.J.J St.iouis balifornt Ii '
.. ( and in \ around-the inlets 'The :frost of .1895 killed all the orange -
The, oil 'is! obtait4d by pressing the .John'sRiver : trees':in this but
2julj97 j =tf1" It' PEa.POsT OFFICE.. In the St. abundance 01 Vicinity, previous
.. seeds.' It is thenbl, 'ached by exposureto 'I-flSb: are found' !worthless for food' .''to ,this there had been no frostso

Ii.: dF} ;;=- : , : i' ':, __. , __. ,_- the,sun.One .f; \. b=tvalnableforoiiandisfertiliier, : ; Agreat severe.: ,since, 1835, in the latitude pfAnra'ntia. q

'' 'Imported Vnelta;,Aj Jo,!'l per or.$lo per pound hundred pounds' ';, of :seed yield many are caught fot'that: pur ..
: Florida grown,one yen We -6" five gallons of"oil.'' \lYholesale l price 10 Plums Plums of
posetSanford ,
\ -1 ; Lake Monroe .This very finequalitygrowluxurianUyalloverthe5tateand
MannfaHnrlnit on
;
Sumatra.75c per o* to I7J50 pr IK :
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*:. '. j[ S" Leaf Tobacco Inc pe 01.7 J (4 111.11>>. FIELD AND to 15 cents a quart. -t, '. could W'made a profitable industry.; F

/M', 't 0 "R" C. CO" e'e tM GARDEN pal< ;tUO SEEDS per-Corn,bu."Field freirbt Varieties not paid 20c,'per Sugar qt., .' 'Olive' Oil=:The olive' oil/is native .of Alligator Oil:-These,saurians abound in.. 'great, abundance! There are BCT-'

i''t:_- Vartetlei,2Sc pr gt-pott., paid., '2.15 frelgbt'OUX- .the shores-of' the Mediterranean, seaeu in the Upoer Sti; Johns., :The.'oil.is eral varieties.GuavasThesegrow'in-
: :
y P"II 11<< Uaeomber roc per Ib port paid 'I "
tu nuh.5Oe,per Ib part d. Pearl Millet,the beet fodSer crop, $ poet .Id. 7n lou of bOth'sldei., It: s well.in FlorIda considered super5er fur machinery. : great abundance .
ba ..
."', or over not pn rye pt Ib. All other kedLat International :
eqllally rats
l,' Stock rood,Gee per, p ? international,Ponltrj!. Food,We per 25ctfE'lb., ,., :at' Mandarin, aid ,'just: across the 'If eaught'io,connectionWitbLbeirhides In ;,'SOuth Florida, but .they:are
.:;.:-: ..; jJ&nV1' LI- . JackeonMe'Fia.. I State)] line; in Georgia,'at ,bungerness and teetb'the industry: would be liable' td, be,killed. by the frost ever

', ., t. on'Cumberlain; island. I.have myselfseen profitable. \.. -* ten years. ,They bear;the,second,year.They :
: ' . A choice.selecttipn I thetrees'tbe loaded and the In 1882, fiOO,OOO were furnished make the finest jelly in the world.
. : .I 'at the office i ground covered with hem Oil, was at by ,Florida alone. Ir.'feet: I long, There:Is a''factory that makes'the Jejly'
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: \ the METROPOLIS. : the;time. of one-uCinr yisits being,manufactured br'npI.I0. .; ,, _. ,' at jCleveland's, opposite Bockledge and
i J JIa11oi1 : from'.the ripe fruit, and' ",fl 'The' teeth' are. ivory and\i bring one Jacksonville. The guava tries

7 i,.per. quart wupdd"b1eOrj\ : from'60 cents to $1 per::,pound.. ,, There, _grow eight to tea, feet high and bti

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THE MIAMI 8. :1897. N '7' t
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abundant! .; 'they produce two to I and the ,Captain came' back to $tuartas ,Ten,Acre at North Miami

North Miami Lots three times as imich\ as peaches. single as the other bachelors. i Being the s' '4 of 'ne:> of ne % of Sec ;
Town l' as far Last night the Captain)\was on\ hand tion Stt, Township u.1.: South of Range. 41.
Japan unls--Thesg grow at the depot, waiting anxiety for his East lying between tfc ia railroad sod Bay,
north as .Tal \, flianced, who, true to her promilear, very' tfloee to the Bn>.\Good land. Price;

Ranging in Price RVorh $3O to $1 I qO. . Japan IVrsitnnion* anti Wild Persjm-' rived on the belated train) at 10 o'clock. 8UOO. .' V _

ThHe ,all overtt The genial operator invited them to 2-18-1f. litRBlVl A; Q KARAH. K
A Selected list of Hay liisca>'nc L'ro'crtyV J \ IIOIH- };ri\V e.State.They
I his home, here t hey''were united in _. .
s; ,\ Fruit Tracts; atu]' hc.p LaiuK fm' ''J\ \ are a t elieioii* fruit and bear well.LtNtuota the holy bonds within [live minutes after -r- : '

t\ I\ \ \ lost-Proof, IJenrW* Orange} GtoH'.1!! I l'ht'j' sire easily' raked; any' her arrival.. The, ceremony was NATIONAL :

=\l. ': . '!I' .. \ No: i Pho>ph.ite Land -wlierein'til* :Mntvi.TannririiH \. olemnized by n.' It. Frazer' who is Home-Seekers '. '.,
.'. \ are. iiow raided in many oted for his brevity on ueh,occasions.fterthereremony \ tr: :r
-'. i Choice of EveryODescription \ bride
Property and grjnomlied '
parts of the :Stab In Nicaragua .I REAL .ESTATE EXCHANGE
themselves to the, Captatin'squarters ,
: ;. MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION OXKOTII| TIlE EAS r AND, found theinj s nnMiip\ wild and a l large ; four miles away1., -Tirties-. .

f.f : WEST COAST. ' and lofty tree. The, frost makes a diiglitTiil Union and Citizen 27th. ,ul(. 1\
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_. drink* andXire, sometimes! pre < M- I ; I }

';i, E..A; 'VCTadde11, "l"r\l'tl.in syrup' 'anM tigar; thej are" .' Ho For' t e. : Specialty.Exhauging Send, Property for pro.-.s\;

marl tf-if' 1 v a.Jn1.: Flp.. ,,imported. fntiu f nJia, and sold in the The: 'fast: .and eommodibuj lauocli ,have and'what j

-- -- -, .',,- --'----.--- - -.. \ -.- form of jam.Mnlberrks. I \ "}):1imler-" leaves Peacock Wharf at L'ooa you yott want. ,
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\. 5vild'a'n d are cultiattil mi to. rove every mornfng except MALABAB, INDIAN Rim :
: crow .
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r I Sunday at 8 o'clock for Miami, arr,v
all ouirthe filrte.: : They' make C. )\, .
rig.it foot of .Avenue D at 9 o'chxfk; .
\ IIh'eyi..s and u oil!Id !e goo l.cannetl.Apricot I leaving Miami for Cocoanut Strove \\latl0 : Octb.. Real Estate Alen, i '';

u ti -* mnectarines\ \ are\,\ru"'u. !, ::0: a. m. Fare i'5 "cents each way.
rimlJ. Will make special trips, returning \o !
here. Thej bid largely 'MIAMIPAINT''iSIiop
grow
Miami in the,evening for accohimoda-
; CA V N 1:1> ..U;U KTA III.FS.. \ ion, of parties,at very reasonable raten..

"\ ]tt,!.ans--Foua+ +statements. give mean Go down'and spend day:or two at'ocoanut Tw J. WEAVER. PROP-R.' '

\ I average: of i+"i.. bU heir per acres and as ( ( Grove, the prettiest place onthe House : \

;ft"H ej I'alb puj; .in tho New York mar- Hay. Spend a day at the h'ome-likjp Sign .and Carriaget
i ate ek Inn and seNtheay'enueo royl
k. very \ jthel t'ea-onfrom_ this al palma dumps of giant bamboos and 5-

' State\bey brim! gust\ prices. A mean many! :\other interesting .sights' in the t Painting

:1\erageof.: : three statements I gives icinitV, tt\\

i: $::11:1"a: in nil' ,er at' |e. I' '
A Tempting Offer.
'. cyry I Field or Grow arty land. We offer l Icta 1.2 and 4 of Block E ialty. Graining Hard-wood FinisbIfig
bushels per arre. on_. -
: liamL They "are. Bitnnted, D"the south and .
KalsomiDjr. All work
Peasr\Y of pt state- .
English. II eau .
aide of the river. JotS
: These comprise'stra '
\ guaranteed Best of refert .
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pentshow an av 'r' ge yield: of 91 of land having frontage of'',111 feet antes will be "giveD. ka

bushel. per acre! acing the, river? alert 100. feet, fronton Are. ..D and 8th St., MIAMI, FLA.7may .
Vvennfl D. and 2i;(} feet on 18th street I. MyhfiTHE -k

:' New Manager\! of H te iseayne. i.e bought these lots cheap last May and '. . .t-
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.1 a.'litllr| Miami 3ltlioM, >li-.. "'- offer the three for$1,050.. Will be pleased I ': .
1 S fp i \ to show them at any time. .
': In jour last 'j sue 1\ nothrtl a note .
INN
\ PEACOCK
0 18-tf s ROBBIKS & GRAHAM. \ .
f 1 from M r. rCiH'lt. pnperinte-ndenrof, the ,
Fast Coast) Jlottjl l fS>!*rem, giving:: the '
IIlInH'\ of the. msin gerAof the various -r: N' I' -LOCATED: ONBISCAYN : i

:. hotels in, thejUfm{ or .thecominge 4I \
)' ir. There teas lan error ill the name E BAY, 4I
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of the the Hotel Iti i< Manufacture I!. h '
manager cane.t Five
.
miles south of Miami
'i !! should have read. 11. };. J; 'mls instead kinds and size.'oJCypress 'The.oldest and largest; hotelon ... f
"" !, of Walter \E. ,tnis. I make I the Bay. Headquarters .
ll this" <<,correction, asjjt :might mislead! .
: \ I for tbe Biscayne 1 Bay \lYacht -
The tleFt; Iii composed.of the following Iliudsome sew flet.l& amer": some of Mr. Beinis's many friend : @ 1 I Club ?

Comanche (oawt $ AIgongnia.. Iroguols1 .. Cherokee. .s SeminokNORTHBOUND. The writer with has ilr.i wen Heiiiis personally: for several acquainted 'I 4ll III I' n 1 D.aIJy'Steam,I. launch ConnectloiWlth'b1amlRates '. '_ 'I: !, :.O'.,,:

\ \ jears.:! He is a joung nan of great '9 Tanks $1100 Per Day and Upward.. .. '' '
Rteamere appointed t4 ability and is fiche l'dIY popular.., He I '
.J are tO sail according tit tide .. Special Rates by;the eek.CIUS. -
.
'\'From Jacksonville "la.. ': (calllug. atCharlelltou):' 8uuday 'rue'ldaYIl and ThurtodaYII. has .beenithA.. J{. :Snrlleyproprietol'::
.\From CharJellton.t. v. 1Iooay" Wednesdays Frida)II. of Lake Mohonk M iinlain llou;;e: for PEAtOCKt SON .
',Forhoura of sailing r' "Clyde Llue"SChe ule..or Jacksonville God Charleston daily papers.SOUTHBOUND. he jears'and ha\s I\ signed a/contrat't G. tf. DAYIS & SQLPalatka I \ Proprietors; .;
: '
.t. for the additional i *f'ars1 which gives ,. Fla. 1 1crW COCOANUT, GROVE, Pl A..
'tL Steamer are apPflnted to!!& from.. .,Pier 29. East..' IUver. New tor t:4: I'. 10., 8S follows: in idea of Mr'Idley':;' valuation of .
,
ntejor tbeTear.
,Tor Charleston S. c \ : l Mondays, \t'edueedayaandFridays, Catalogue121424pd I. cOpe All, ; -
j, Yotlaeki"l\.vuie.1<':! (ca111ngatCearleetonl, bloudlys R ednesdaysendFridave.Clyde : his Cervices. Manager Knott has r-
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11. "haven his great business abilityin
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New Englandnd Ph t this M>le<.tion. j H.I ''f.nistake not,
Southern\ Lines
( ) Hotel Iii*ciu'IItViJ]| register many? of The \ = 'Calling at Charleston. S. c., both way I\ .' Lake Mohonk Mountain\ llou!'e' guests !

STEAM :RS "DELAWARE'" AND, "'ONEIDA. this \\inter.NMr.. Ktmis has for several .

Are appointed t -is1 all follouap 'L \inLers fciiceessfully _managed the New I Perfect Passenger Service. : '
t' From, foot of HOllan reel. Jact8on1'llle fro J.ewr's lvbarf R oston wkhdge HoteJ nekltdge.Owing! ': t
,1-'iUD I'S ........ .. .J RID.\\8'. I to Ills management,tl I 11i house. has been Reaching* the Most Important "Points "in Georgia, Alabama
crowded beyond its Capacity, and hundreds 1
'. CLYDE'S''ST.:' JOHNS RIVER LINE.' have ben tnrcuuld ned 1 away that South Carolina, Florida,. Cuba, .and

.9- ; '(DE BARY LINE) not gain adm ion.i' Under his r"
\ management the J'.iH.aiht, will gain 'aV. Noya :Sr.otiq:. oc .F
faeksonville. PflaJla, Sa.fford, Eriterpr se FIl., and Illfr.rmc4 t
splendid reputation.. Most. 8p1en.d1d Ii this .
; 'J/at1dillgs. 1lrcSl.. 7fIm.rffv r. acGMANti
I \ Jo. .:.B 6. .
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.' .-Th ,elcgant sidewbeel steamer I ._,- I r ._ '-_' I' _.2-'r ...... ..... "_ .. "" '''Ir.. -i

: 'uC f TV OF JACKSONVILLE" ,. To Real Estate Agents.\ ,

CAPTAIN 'We SHAW .: I1SillttooS wad so dull ml your'lilneduring
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\ '. A. \ the first 't'IUf\ existence ..
f.eaveBJaCksonvllle:. ;. ..... ....:..,.. .. .; .. ..SllnI1RYli. TII'tjdara n 1hllrldll's at5:Atp. m not\ j ; : our| ..
that did l like'iirgjng touse
,Rtturnlng l.eavl' 881.1t rd'.y..., .,./' .. ..MoodR'S.'\\'edn\'sday nd f' kilt)..at41NIn.,w.iQTbuUr we ink ft'tjl lavisl lily.:you \
printer's \ery \
'I D .," !'CCHEDULE': "'OR1'u-uNul' \\\' feared give
donu. J1/ I I' e we Ifoujd notj : y(>u
fRead \ Read
..op- value recmed fi;r r moil '
);..v e 3:10p.m. ; . ,, 1t.Lk ,: lrrive joi y. fir 1at0
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. ; .JAL'6MUN .. When here wWe no bu on ciHild .
8 tS p;InY -- : r Lt-ave\ lk'' J'. m- j erj _
>(; t..lttk" 3u lot sell real I est, t.... I "' \'
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: : : :, iQ.i Franek" l! :\. ,>v r.: nt. Lots of is .!!I.\lantl"'rt'.d.'jn, adertl .
' r' .. . .. money

: ; Bl'r..af"rd ,i !
6 fIO a. m. I A,. . .-.{-'Blue prlu ; .r.'j '\ ;' ". ': : "::, 1130 11 10'8.a' m.l m. > jng w'Inch 'hnng> sm) returns.,
Ar he tI 3U ..Jr. ) ,. ,,. ,- I.' . aul.rd : l;1'., . .t .. A 00 a. m. J. Judicious ,IVirrtisiiig\ pats Jitter
':.". ,1I 'a..u. ,r. .; ).hntl'r..ri4e.. '.'. ; '- : "i 1 9k11l. A,.: than .any'otherllnvesjment.you'\ can Ni7P
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: X204 eat'IBoy. ;i'J ksont'il \: make. *' c
General, PasQnper'and ..Ticket' .. Office.,. ','II'" ,."" .N I. e. :, .: \ If you have something t% 'td sell and ,..
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-w i' JNO.'L HOWARD I.. eve.. A .t'f'. .' F. N. (IRONM. LAGER .la. F. .P.' A. I there'are people1 w1mwant.\ \vhat'yon t
. UCItS01OiYJI.LE, I'LA; \ hats, it will pay you] ,,handrfomel: ) to
'T. O..EGER T. M W. H. WARBUR iON, E. P. A. M4Ft.. ,CL'VDE. A. T. M. make.the fact knp\\. ', "
5 .IIOWU I:" 6RaEN; JiJt'! pone; We believe from: extensive observation -

'W'U :PCLYDE & C0._ GeQ.IIAgent .hat printer's nils pay( the real T ,i'" _

.3 ,', Bowling Gr lJ 'New'York City. J2 S&DeL, ,Avt 4.PhUadelphla.' ,1.7tiI estate:: dealer better Man any other 'f\
business: man: ;prov'idiTjg there! i w a deinand In the West Coast Region of Florida


: eorri is Southern! 'ad' :Florida R'y.r is There!located.r. ;i'ian'd..ill ill a good' the demand I01'ality|Ii.f Orllands where,! he i in 'THE PLANT STEAMSHIP LII $ E. I


this'vi iuitf". It is ('ollstaptJyioer: \' (>a** Steamers
Plying between Pprfc Timpa Key West and
\ The; Suwaiibo Rlvertoutei ' \\ng. Land buyers: are,:. arriving in thi .. ,,
section tveryday.' i Ii \i 1 Havana, and between Mobile and Port Tampa. S
r !, It'fllli can make ones ale of !ja thou,
Table u eL.5 ;ie8'7.
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.I I fl3nd-d11Ilar' 'pf pertVi(h. the help olthe \ B. W. WRENN, Il| C. McFADDEN,
OUTHBOUN D," )R'tH.BO'U ',AlFttopoLis and getla .commission Pass. Traffic Manager. X Ass't Gen'l Pass. AgLnaJi
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sTaTioNS: ;. .: f of tin per ent.. you will;:;make''en.lIgh'm0l1'ey Savazl G-aL f.
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.. Nob. No 3 No' 1 -" o; 2 No4 No6 out of the one ran-aUolI to -

,, .;t..: 'Z 50 r820z, ; Le.n..4,.,... : ..._,.\ ;. 1.3.1 1. M t1,' -:::::= pay for a'' lot 6f advertising.1eareeonfident \ .... ;
..:;:L.;::. 111M 4 it 40t' Arrive.E::.....Ma/nn.,s.-.V..Lcavr tI) 415.AlII:1 ,.. .. .... the time has arrived ;
.' 4 11 I'll It'LS; I' M Ii 4b liY: Le.ve..Na\"Cln.. .:...;;.\"r.lve 4 :! JI l U.r Aix II nu.rd when it:.will pay: you handsomely to Mall S Lie .i
:s': 1.4 A 2 mid 'x Artive..;.t... l'ordele.heave 2 1 8 Sealllsilip ,
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8.MI 3 W. .JI a ao ...._..:,O.u.:.. Tifton ,.';,..';.., 1 125 r' 11.40. Use our, advertising columns liberal!). ry
.10 140 b ti5.w r.......,. "':....;. ..'-.Id ta..i ...+ t..r'' 11 IIi ;II 10 52: P Describe the best bargains you, hav2 ,.
;.:_.. .-. II 40. ", 6 a6, 1. __.. ..J.'I\t'r.". '.v..h. :a 10. \ 9 52 \\.i...:.;... for sale 'and .give priers| ". .AU goods it Yfr '
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....:; :t i'. 9D 1.1 .,..:...::.:. PALATKA.--.t!::,".. 44.5 I, ..:;.,. ?.. .marked' in plain fipures'jiis the best. : i I' ) (N.: ) .. :. .' .

... .IO.. 5 IS JP Leave,... \1..71'.Ttilon..+,. ..,:..Arrive ie 11 m1> x ...4. ....r'c. policy j "l i) \ .. i ? :-<: Y
.tt... 510.. Ii 00 .! Wavrrna4S.r..Leavc lllt':1: x 940 ..,.:'.,., Prepare *a price,-listof everHhingl '
..' OZ1P 1,115.i ,..:..... ..1ACKSONVILLE..J'-.J." 7aI I\ ..........., have for sale 'and have i 'u print : .K6y'W6stFla DI&r 'New .York:

... ..:.. 3U A.. II .. 00 rp waTe..t.,,, 11flnB' --.", I\Arrlve It 00 np' 7 15 r Ii' .......I.... ,you :n attractive 1 : ;
....;.. ..J:.... 9 00 5 I1 '# ......FITZGERALD..Leeve 10 45\e l Itro .,........ you a fcw hundred Copies 1 I
II III II 12 : l.e.ye.........-\.Ido.ta..", ; .:.e {.,. ". K 8U r 4 Wr 4 xIi form, Send them to YOlJrjforrl'spond-. \ The.'magnificent steamers. of this. line are appointed: to leave \,' .1.I'
,. : . .. ..1f. ents. They will save you three times < x
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"'t 1 31.I'l'n' trrlve : ;Leave IIII" JJ .iIt ,
... .;....THOMASVILLB.''........ .... -\0.\ .. ... \ .
00.A\ 11 21 < . ; -\ TtG 2 their cost in time, and pc$fage, l lone: I
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'- ....... . 11.<0 ax tt,19, PII: Leave : ............llltla.,.;:::...Arri\'t' 4 00 A 4 foti. ..,., ...... you need not write, 'a long! letter* just [Key :West EverylSaturdayarriving : : (. b
,.%K . 140 r y 390,,.M Arrive.:.,.: ..:SAnrotd:.:.::.Lease I JS t 50 ....:......, and \ .
......w.y\... tOO.' ..M ..: ..{..Qrlando.. .... ... .. I' /)) llY.S P 11 .:....... ft short note, tnCIO.8ei!) a price list' accommodations :
....:. .:. 80 200 '4J ....,.a-L! .t..l"' "kelen.t.y:!...""...:}..,. 9"APi, 104\ (........ and they.will bake sales I for you.i iaug278i ; in ,NEW YORK followingTuesday." ryiand'. -7
... '.. ... 045 x' 800'.1 .. '._.;_ ..:..TAJpA...:...:"" :.. T.... 7t0' i 88 (I UL y . >-tf \ I. \ strictly firet'Cl&fis. -, ;>.t

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: + 10Q 4 li : ;! ; I in.ea,5..5..P atka. +, sea '
1248 Ph, L.w..i A.n.Ormon't.'e. at'.r4 \ ..1. ....,.. ick Itolew York
L.-r. : ". ..... ....; . BACHELORS ENVY\| IM.\; fromi.Brun wi VIAROYAL :
.. I SO 1".1, i, ",1i r'"':.. ..Bnekledge..4: ; .r ., : 1207 ... a c. \ !
l Yom ..l.. 810 ..o-; ... ...........11, est Pelni Beaeh.. ..;..;, .:r ,;.. 721 A N ,j.--:... a
r.-:. "_ .lla5 t.! ..t.:.,....''.i..u..:.-,4..ItLAIt ':.:.""'...":..' ":i.:'...\"I 60U ..... .. CAPTAIN,:,McNULTT' WINS A!)BRIDE BY a .PASSENGER SERVICE .. ,, ..
S ADVX$TI !NG. \ I \V. / > ? 1
. Operates; Pullman putrett Steepen the lur round. betweeti ack8QQ.vl11e'_ FJa'''..n4 KaSb ills, ? f' Via Fentandina (F,C.A .P.,RyJjf,.and,. Cnmber- Via.Ererett and Sontnern s. Railway. : f
'In.I:.!\ Titwn an'Tr.tns Nos a av d 4. i 1 Her n land Route: % : l
.! Operate Loc>a1Sleeper.'hfnarroulldbehrt'en. . rI11atka..F1a.iand'fac. nGa.: vIa G., .b .Five f M nntes.After He:Saw lot the. Fin' tic.Jacksonville .......................,..8 n a m Lr.'Jicksonvf r"j.. ..".;,.:400pmJ1 .
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1';'direct' ouTralna I o..a and, .4... ..i": . '. -.' .'. \ Time He -:Led her to the'Altwv' .,,. I.1' Fernandina ... .. .-.............. '' l'A Jlm iv.Ererett: .... ....:..:.".... ..........d ** P IB. '
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Dlr.c Linerto ,Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colony; via Tifton'NASHVILLE : "rtuartrSept.:7.= Alp t<&"11.I ,McNbltjrecentlj .Ar Brun: wl Dally<-* except- Snnday. pm ,at.Btaoewlck. ...:............?..,....,...\80.p m9 i..
: ., .' Passengers.. on board for sapper! oa.Thursdays; ? .F . :. =
came into possession |of oat .
{. .1- EXPOSITION I : -.. ':':' a S'AILINGS' ) 5 1
. .Rnnnd Trip Tlt-tiets ft Bate'at very low iatealrrom: I, Pa atb. From Ja alogue' of marriageable,woinen. \ He PROPOSED : .,,
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DOW tollowluI .
; : Lf. N York pier 21 E R,130: P.-IB." (Standard Tltt > ;a.r LT BrnnmrKk' i
."eDDQ' Ltmit.Tnndat-IIn Thu dar', I \ .. ' ', .=.:\u.oo. J128)Twenty ... 'soon made ra selt'Ction..frnm the>pst, f'W . . . .. .. .,. jFriday .. .. ... ... .
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DAY . sy .h i ;::..' i.j L' '. r. 19t5., .1'1>.17 80'Ocmber3tat.Umit. and the adventure culminated inn,a i ''Frid.y.O-'t. K. . ... ... .a..N.5 COLORADOFridayOct.2j . . . ...;.. . Friday Oct. 15.: 1 1FrldayO'
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; ; .. '"' '''A '''' : ? i;? ''!:'' "2-00 pleasant marriage a latejhUiir Friday llS ., '? .... :. .\, .... R1OOItANtm5., '..... . r' .
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Tbe&- nte Rl\Dte The Iw'rlca\Battlefield Route' Jj. :. "Fr\d"J'.Od.\
: ; .. .Lp. ;Z.. _..COLORADO ,. .... .. .
Fall loformatton. >.leepln. {. car. reservations. . '..,. ma1etc.. ;emu be"obtaiuedpiompt- ...!!by":wnting'or .. nighty ;r.hf'prospectavelbrlde-: F d'*-'-:.;'''''''.+T.. '' Bta GKAXDE .... ......"-;j.FrldiyNov..5 '''=
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calling.upon r:; .. \ .. : to hays been Lere last 'fhurf'ay'et'e '
: ,: t ; ,. ', HUGH H. EICHARDSON. ;;:;Gen. A'gii :- ning, and th&hbpeful! Captain boardedhealorthboundtraitithat THE,MIAMI METROPOLIS,' . 1;. BOUTHWICZ,: .

4- 1" ; i' ' \,: 7 6oganSU.Jacksonville' .Flal .. ; d.i1'inlor; : ;Miami; FloridAgt.. Mallory Line,.Key West,'P1 I...

f L_ ANEW'G 1 : ., A. .MACDONALD',, iter Ft.1 Pierce to tnt.et.; but htethen.fate.wad nnseen' against brideja him.' CHAS..Dd. ,V1ES, Agent, . '* C. H. MALLORY, &CO.: %
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buperlntendeai'. ,' >- ', j J, ;? 1 ,Gta'l: ruaeimet Agent The' washoutlead: detained the' "train,' l'JackaonvilleMau' .. '(ten'IAg'ta.tPier2O'E.'B.,'.New, TorkLT

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r "?: Additional-V-r': ,1-Miami'----r--!\ Mince' Heat, \I. is 0aUsinggreat


.. CM..' M,TrJtt, representing the .
.Tim -Uniw1 Citizen,', in the city I l/, i A 'deal of:excitement,'but it is nothing to compare with the
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interest
this; week/arousing in the \I "
mammothSouth; "Florida edition of :

that, j /er to be issued in a few JOHN> SEWELL BARGAINS &, COMPANY

inonthsJX' )Ir; Merritt reports that ,, ,
.MiamMnd her merchants and businessmen / T
Will offer for > uirxt 30 in shoes. We have lines of Men's Children's
\ jwill be largely represented: in / : tits days some Jjjthes and I
;."" that edition,as hiss canvas of the city T ">ake room fr fall 8tOCk Call and examin ,good*and prices before'buying..

: basbeejn.;ery ucce srut. Mr. Mer- ifi s ", )
fit; can e;over Crom.Key West, where ho'nofegcaorsdtlie
John
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,..' h / was (favorably 'received and done a Sewell Co., .
'; Very lurge business for the specialedition .t.. ,
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t'( / ." ,I I HotelJBUeaj; Block, iliami.Fla.. 'rUE SHOE PEOPLE.

t I '. The Miblic school '\\ill open next t p. S.:-We: are agents for M. Born & Co., thfe great, Chicago Tailors ai.d can save you from $3 to $i on a- suit of clothe Fit. and' perfect satisfactionguaranteed
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4 t. Monday morning! 'the! new schoolhouse , or;no pay.: .' \ ept91.1y.ss:,

;: ,'that building being ready foroccupancy. ; I 1-----
, ; k I. .., The windows/ are all :in .n .,., {*rarie Fruit, Persian and DEALER IN '

outsideFill i' and ff |thing is' irt tip-top order, .r 'Lilt'. .,.Tees Tahiti Limes i Genoa, and .Walter W Pickford! BOUGH andDRE98ED

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\ AT < I Lisbqn : Lemons, DancyTangerine I
: \ Weaver w ijl do the w orkl The,.:school ; ,
9 will ,under favor. 1
N commence very /VxTTiri, Hart's Tardiff, .. ,
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; abl&Orclunistances, qnite a fairattendanee Yellow ,Pine and FCypress

xi' 'of pupils. being 'expected,,. Miss tOUr /..wnVaS1pingtonNavel, Jaffa, \ ..
]; r. A1errittfLemonCitywillactasprin.i 1': .: t ."
t cipal,;wi Mamie! Mann of Daytona. as I Jaffa !B ood, _Ruby Blood, : ; :

r I assistant! 'Oranges > ,'t. .,
/ "' D' Or'1 and Iai on Brown \ ". -
i. t i The;,Cqunty Commissioners; at thpi'r, i ; LUMBERSpecial <'
:L T 1'. meeting last Monday, appointed t5eo. i : ; 'r.apan'' : Plums; and \ '
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r { W, Lainl art and F. L. White of-Miami "
Persimmons Texas Umbre Australian 'Sillc \ ,
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v. a commit to inquire into the advisability1 : Grapes, :
\ sizes Aleoi Fruit and Vegetable Cratea Let me quote
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of .the i suing-a
large
county $
''N .. edition).) a county pamphlet. We consider Oaks, and aquaritlty'of ornamental: flpwers.and( shrubs to < ; prices before you buy.: ) A trial' order: solicited., .-

this\good move. Xow that the :suitithis\ climate'and! soil. JOHN ELLIS_ ,AGENT, \ .
: .; FLA..
: GROVE
railroad companies are: ,doing so much g"'O-tf.1f COCOANOT .
+ to advertise thegreat State of Dade, I> ptJ\6mo-be.: \ 2I1;: MI+'F'LA
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t .the countv1 authcrities! themselves -. --- .' GEORGE B.: BARKER
should t p@'ratP. Thereiaatimeand i Gene al\ Agent Porcher;'showing' the Rdad to Cocoanut Grove : / .
.tide in the: affaireof'counties as well as \ 'to Cbcoanut Grove ''is I,
Theroek
amount of the season'lJ 'busings. The, toad Watchmaker: and JewelersPOSTOFFIC
a en, which taken at. the flood, leads \oluin of shipments was quite satisfactory : nowan' ae ured,4act. .At tbeir last
1 on_prosperity.: bit prices obtained" were not ; tweeting tile Cotiuty Commissioners ;.- : f
.{ The former residence of'>'more for the purpose, ; ?:BUILDINQ,3Iiotx,FJJU *
has been successfully m ved to the large amount of fruits'i I the Fort; Dallas 'Hand Company has Repairing promptly'ant carefnliy'attendeJ to. All work guaranteed'NovPtfif
to the lot on 13th street and will be at raised {in the northern sections., The 1|if i'very generously donated '$700, The \ A full line pf spectacles and eye glasses always on band .
once' placed' in condition for occupancy prospects for the -coming, season are' Miami Transfer Company $IOU, and .
'' ,by pr.tF wl(r. J. E. .Arnout the gratifying in the extreme. ''Mayor John B. Rf Illy $10. These are .
house mover' who had charge Of the 'I' the.amounts received vince the'last re '
removal;ofl the building, left Wednes Mrs.; icponald,w ife of Superintendent port., Therpj now remains but ,a few Cheap!: Cheap! $ .'FTLTTTII !
4 'I Jo$. A. McDonald, has ,returned dollars the
day'm6rpii g for,Jacksonville where he : hundred |Ito complete .
will commence operations on a large ; from her tip to Jacksonville, whither I amount required, and as soon as this is
three-itoryl building for Jj Marvin of she conducted her nephew Joe,'and the subscribed:, and colleted,the work will :
-.+ that' city, [ The structure: is to be young sons! of Adam Corel, and'. Mrs.Westerperg commence'' !' the indefatigable \ :
moved to the rivet, placed on. lighters housekeeper- the RoyalPalm. hustler i its this movement, is ,
'., and conveyed up the 'St. Johns about. jTh y were met at Jacksonvilleby !I encouraged bjy the success of his efforts
two'miles:and placed in .position near'be si the school' at Mandarinand and will continue the work to a'nni h.
bank'of' the riven,' .- the'boys took the boat, with them I It is extremely encouraging to knowl ,
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.for that! point where they wijl\ com- road :
that we will, soon have a hard
James Fax ,pf Norfolk,"Va. was; in mence their education under the guardianship , through the delightful: hammOC'ks'alllt sell some Furniture edsy payinents. Come and
r' k' th!city {his_week lie is in this sec.I of the excellent sisters lOcal; along the shores of the beautiful bay,\
1 tion for the purpose of inspecting. some ed ''there. Mrs., .McDonald spent ,a I to Cocoanut ov ,'bringinga& it were,i : i see me in the hew /store on"t. ..
d bridges along.the line> of the Florida'East day;with Sister Mary Annrttie'' benevolent our charming!\ -isterUcHy? to our.very ' \ -
) $P at Kailway' The high ,water sister.jof mercy' of the,home/at door. We, predict a !very generous! use: I, ': 12th, sire/t. J
has some\t h t retarded his work and :with heron .
Jacksonville, and brought! of'the road-by our young men and 1 (
he therefore took the opportunity,.:ofaccompanying benr turnHrip to this city two of,the' maidens, in buggies r 8wheel,and dur- i EDWIN !

,r'. his frien'd..E.'Ben.Cartel' orphan ...girls for whom home have ing'the coming, w nter the hard road *+ NELSON... .
on his trjp to this city. t lllr.Fox been-provided here._ One 1 of them is with the exqtiiiMte I 'feenery along its I \ : /1'. .
expressed himself 'as delighted with staying.witbj the family of Adam Corel( side will be one'of the most attractive
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N : the-city and imazed at the metropolitan and.the other is with Mrs.J.K. Dewqy.WalterlS reports of the! numerous visitors who
aspect'of Miami and the immense will be with' land hope also that CORELL'SLivery ,
here.' \Graham and son left for iu we ,
Improvements
on
-, ""' going Titusville'yesterday mornin g. The In the bear' future, the same kind of : .
,i \ Father'lluntington of the Order of former Orlando'today to argue a, road will connect! us with Lemon
.0' ,.the II6ly r accompanied' by' Key. that, the goes'\.appointment of lion. F. S. City Below we publish the. amount. I: '
-.. \ Braitbwaite: Bartlett and brother Morse receiver.of Wood'& Co., be lIb-cribed' \ ; Stable
,::<:, Bernard, '\Jarrived i in the city .last sustained in the) case of peterSwan t'reioasl l-reportel: ; .f 828! 00 ani41th Sale
w. \ Dade ('o. ConnuHHUfiiCity (2(1 ) ,. 2M 00
IIppro'n
; Wednesdayeyentyig. Father lIun lDg- Woods-for dissolution of >! .
versus 'part. Fort Dallas Laud l 'IIIIIIIII ;. ....._!..._. 7uo 00 ,
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ton and his companions have taken .... ....
up nership: j jA injunction ,was issued by Miami Tran'll'r : : 1\11) 00
". llpany. \
( L.' their quart rr :.r 'IOt of SthjStreet.XThey bavfr'come to ,',Sept.J 27th restraining W. X. i' '- street near, D, Miami.
on Total t ) I fate:. I .. . .-, .$iJ55 00 !
Miami for minion work in this vicinity Woods from tiUDusincr/of any of the i . . \ "
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Horses and Moles let I and for sale.
i : : atihe:rnvitatipn of Bishop Gray of property d't&d5o,, ati,l appointig .Officers i'' Nominated.The : . to ; ,'
,the jurisdiction of South Florida..' ,Far Hon. F. 8. Morse as receiver' to \ : Figs ,Bred"Horses a si.t'CiaJty: f
; meeting purpose of nominating
4.r the
ther Huntington is. ctedo'p1'each take :charge ] during the litigation. '
at Trinity Church Sunday morning.. Sanders & Atkinson, 'attorneys for city ollicers f'Jrlthe: general city Teams Work. Teams
Carriage Buggy Teams
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election to be held on\) the lath inst., ,
-l 'The Key 'iWeit Herald saysT Wi; William Iff. Woods7;, have made .'motion dreWa very large cro\jd to the hall of ,. A'
'- -Featherly: formerly of the'Miam to disolve Jibe injunction, anddisehargei'the the, Seminole- Anuisemeiit Club' lastFriday i0pr97-lygq t. .r" '
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'r METROPOLIS, arrived ,on.the Biscaynelast receiver, and the: matter : '
: night, 1 lion. J<'t{ S.Morse, president -
... night.:? H<| has sold his interest. in will ;\' argued before .Judge +of the City OIl'ueilcaltfll! the J' ,
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;.S'tbat pape..ran came
visit for a ft'1fUa1-t:t ham will vera. Titusville on,the nominated, El .Lumimis' as perma. : c .
o -with his Grocery*
.The Equatoremocrateass'Editor return f1rirl to spend Sunday \ / 'I '
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bent chairman. ilJIr..Hutter nominated -
"" Feathery, of the Miami METROPOLIS, .family and:j wi I be back-at ,Miami on JohA ; \ .
,Hon. B.K;, ilIy for Mayor, S' '
1 arrived : nbe''icity' Ia t,night on, the Monday night. but as It'was: pareNt that on ac-: 12th Street

x steamship-' (' yne,' t<(spend, a' fewdays 'John Burrell I.i H i Qd John,Archer (both, bountot the" large< number of voterspcesent'tliat1twCutd .'
4 among his'.old_friends in :Key .impos9ible'toballot
colored) bad an altercation Wednesday !
West, and,i* putting:in his'best.ft'ort ; for the 'singly,
,noon,!bu the railroad track 'var4ousln -IVpw
pear
for the:rollect rsbip'of; Miami, for it' to ballot for.'all
:was [
Olivers mil ,.o er the"1)OS8t'ssion & ;
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\7hichTbft1ce be is now devoting all his bucket Burr'ell commencedtheBcrimmagebyaggravatingjArcber.j nominees( \ n [ba lot. .Tbeelection
,... .efforts: and we kiave-reason to' believe, of watery decidN-'j'nearly.two and one- : OPEN ,.

that he will be ebcressfu- ).', x, struck1at'him| with anae-matf-, half hours result below; For.Mayor Be' "t'a' 'nr'a'nlt' OooU borne-table board

The dredge1,.\\ork/pn :tlu "ciinal lug a/light! glancing cut on the side ,John B. Ittilly; 5JB4 votes: and .S' : r'" :week or month.Cnisiue .
'," 'on Biscayne Baj1, has noQ. arrived,near of his:forehfad They were 'quickly :Jack\ Mooney, 1 dote.; \Fur four Aldermen.sJoseph '' -.. I : .h
opposite the)mouth of the river. .parted and peace seemed;to"reign ''t it 1M'cD| ald. 200Ivotc. r and serSre-
The work had 1l'n'.some: ", batdifticult a few hours i;la tec, Burrell) sneaked up ..?';-F. T. lldofc e, 2 fil\'otej\; S. :r \ -, ,' Prices Moderate.: ,
of ,:up to this tirte buttery soon its* will behind Archer and dealt him aTterriflc lGr-dharn259 vote t J.,E.\> Lummu, 259 I '" ,
I votessFred Hutted 3 voles,. and .John EO ::8. ::conN '3x.iC31A.Tv/fT 4
> strike deeper*waiter: -anl1 the\\T01'lnviJIJ blow; 'with 4 i b avy hammer on the ; r't
s a. ,. rogress more' rjl'pidly.It,:w ill not, be I Crown'of his skull! Archt'r lme was ewen 1. vote iFor'' City, .Clerk',, Dapr97-tf.ife: .
'. long before tbe new steam dredge will on but the blow was so powerful that f ft M. Graham I 203 utes' }' Harry Jordon, .. .
:will oe ready;'for:operation and: the 'did not h 8eJltt* force.' The injuredman 1'vitte; J, Mooney), 1 votp, ,and R. M. I
a tWQ together :will make' rapid strides I' was taken i into. a freight car and Smith one vote. \For( ': :Marshal, Y. J'; y Fredk. S. .Morse '
t" :,toward Cape Florida.. lien areall'PadYI Dr. S." M. Jackson Jr., was',,sent for; Gray, 2.jO\yote9;' Uohn JTrohock, ;17 ,
I r. ,in.the city at,work-on the boat, build I he responded: to) tbe 'call and dressed votes; .Fo 'rreasW' ,C.; H Garth-
\. plug.:wood work' for the new'dredge: , the wound which is avery dangerous side; 2(53 vot. sr. B. V.. Blackman.,'. 1
and Mr. Carter:informedtusr while' in, one.and Jear is expressed for the manV vote. ,\' i\ i) :_ -. : : :
the city this weekfAthattble machinery 'recovery He was conveyed to the 'Oo'motioii of,Hon. F].'S.)lorsetthechairman :SEAL ETATE

.. r would b'.shipped boon and; everything hospital at St;. .Augustine,; ): was instructed' to appoint I a
':WOUld be'cowpte ed.an fboutthirty: ; morning.\;, :B :was' immediately' City Executive'Cot iniittee to :lookafr ,- I "
.Uays.: .1 iv 5 r arrested and ( placed in*custody 'to ter the vetail meeted' with the ; Miami Dade' ; Florida. ;
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await the result i in \ coming e'ection! anci to"l't .. ,: Tile stoekholde of-tbe'I Indian'Rjver Archers .juries.. i< .. ,. I, .
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'and Lake Worth .ineapple"Growers'; 1'" 1 - ', :. next year ft'il.i.t.iH, lh|the duty of ,
.. Association"held lUieir -general':busi- c : Card of ,Thanks.:'. .. ,!.:.-". ,_I this executive comniittee' 1 calls caueas AGENT FOR LANDS : OF -
,. .[ness'jneeting'Jast. Friday/at Jansen The member\ ofl the-Jewlsll ttongregation for the'purpose! At;irorainatlngthpcity i i.;- e ,I : ,

I[About;orfe: hundred growers -'were' in in',Jhis. city: desire 'to'.convert: ,ofllcvrs.. ...4-1-1'. !. Lliimmuschair- .# ", ..Florida. East \ICoaU Railway- Col ."
Attendance, Palm Beacbsebting k:del- their thanks td Rabbi Hemmermau for man, has annnuced '\jth! fotlowing .
gation of twentyi\ The ol'cUnarybu i.f'88 i. his.kindness' in! making, the journey to" cuti ve'committee:''''John S'eweltJohn. \i' ; ;Florid a-Coa.s; ; LidCainal r l:, and( Trans._ Co.; *
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