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.- '-I I'I The anguish of the parting scene., That still most LOVD at stem comman4 8 OOp 11 28a Lr:..:_Lake Helen....._L IS pl.p Train aw: between'l'or'P1eree and
445 CONTRACTOR.. 5 B lip 11 Ua LT;.; Orange Cltr.....Lv. 12': Miami
. Where lovers bade farewell -:-. Of an unseen, controlling hand; s up 11 lOa ...:.. daily; except Monday. .
Oraaga CltJ'.tL..12 Trains 3$
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Where Kaoitl DnTal kissed aweetFaul5Pp.ieiedfair A hand that regardetb not S S ,
: t tyRock Work and Blasting! a Specialty sgq 'I -r- tine daily; except Sunday.: '
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:z; ,- 1 i Estimates FnrnlUied on Application.' H-'SS fs'L Anduloee'i4iovjug' arms compressed, The hidden end of Destiny; "1 0 .SLTreac, SC eo 1

. Each maid sobbed on her lover's breast,. The paaeing years'at'\ JeD th will show'- .. '. ;,
t' Or tried to iet her fears at restS The of tleatlier -"BISCAYNL3"F \\:7': e't
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appointed to Perform ServIce as follows: :

. :t (:; l L .": t: Contractor and ,Builder, And The think"edtwoutd'wua11 soon meant return todbe'beet? ,; jnr.Twonld i' : \ 'I LeAve, MIAMI. 10. 33 p:m.'Wednesdays"\ .. and. "S tard.- ,.-.. connecting, wi6., Train.39.Le ,.

* If t All ,kind. "Stone *ork.Plaba ., Bnetapaoeriiathereforwordorkjae '1 seem ,f&r nc ,iihe'Saiota' bad .r. inETWE3T5XOanCTne9daysandFrldiys_ S c' IS
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t 3NO.. 23, : IfllAMI j. 'DADE. .COUNTY, FLORIDA .(Lit: FRIDAY, 'OCTOBER, ,15, i897.,, ':PRICE 'SCENTS;
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: .Patronize r T"I i 'home\p's.indnstryby i \ smoking. Advertise'f 6M .- 'orbil8.4Conzalezm .. .f ior's !cheap: ;a.medium-sized' : .;mole Don't fail toi taie a'tandem ride one-

MEAT. 1 ,' "1 'a sound. % ,to D., E. .
AnMU 'MINCE GoozalezMcigars.\ K | SoctSnov Ices ihkbest in Stung Apply otthese fine moonlight nights Bentthe {
'\ \t cigars' ;Miami! Fla. -* i10-sep( -tf ,tandem from The Miami Cycle.Co,
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r ; X'GovJrnor:W.G eason and son this city. Tr ,. nem7 For sale by all t '"Jrts'to I14' ,

pf: Ea'u Gallic weret\ 'in the, city! ,this dealers., ? ? ,8oct5nov We'order all makerof bicycles Oscar* Campen, .tBe 'popular young
] tycy Minor* Miscellaneous Miami [Matters week they,'ca' down on their private The \ ; lowest- prices. ',The Miami Cycle porter of the Hotel Miami, has the appearance
s. sidewal on 1 th street is -
] now
.... 'launch co. r L' i ,
\ I and returned again after a few( .' : ; of having been run through a'a .
to tl >Bay shore and ladies
completed I.
MondaJmorningwith
; Modestly Iltn .oned. dayslvisit-j, }\ j children and her, pedestrians, ,who Public school 'opened :last # : threshing machine. Such is not the,
: I of' "' : a large attendance of.,. case, however. He simply came in collision -
have fear down pupils
l- ---- sAIdanSasj'papments., 'The ing run by'the -
..ot' .:, ," .. : 1 "silentsteeds" the cyClers.; can prom .- There are bow, in Miss Merritt's on a wheel with a ,heavyweight ..r
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i; : :Bide a Crawford wheel1. :, .t i -Miami Cycle: t *
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.'j-, bridge: Lids badly cut about the face
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; -f J,Li.: Holland'of l Holland was 10\\ the 60 pupils Under berAcbarge.Artist
safety
;f> OiT.] .,<.:McqriD p1O 'waa 'in* the' l city city Wednesday on.,t purchasing :; :t. Weaver has'finished'putting the< first arms and. body, but his wounds are ihealing' >

yesterday. 1 I 1' tour.,", He ;was accompanied, by ,.ibis' ! The largest, a id mogtcompiete line coat'of/paint on the I outside::'.of the rapidly.. 'He shows a most .

Jno.'B.ReillyEsq.wentuptoPalm father B. M. Holland. of. Iowa, who,., is", of men'a I hats iverbrought[ south of building and the new schoolhouse now manly ,,disposition by exonerating the
Jacksonville ha' been received at handsome and' i negro from blame'and satthe smash- r
just
a
v Beach' visiting hin#. presents a imposing ap
:Wednesday,on business.! : his fault. .. --'-
up.was mainly own
sewell
John & 'O.18..can and '
see ;
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:Ride wford .Ride' for sale by 'The them. f: 8oct."tf"' ( ,
a Cr> wheel. ,, a Niagara, , Have your forks straightenedandwheels We can repair in ten minutes or less

, )lr. and Dirs.aMarch of" Cocoanut ,Miami,Cycle Co: \; ',Best bicycle e enamel only' 25c-per can, 'trued 'up; at The Miami Cycle, any of your leaky tinware. We have'

:; Grove,were in the city,last'SUlday.\ )IrsR.: y1 Carlile of.Tii ville, who; at 'heMiami; i ,Cydle Cb.s: ' ,< t>, Co. .'I. ; y vj t" | quick furnace. The Miami Cycle Co.;

\ :--"' has been;,,vispting 'friends 'in this city Little .Formula Joe Dignon was,tried fore'-|Judge \I We are glad to"inform'the friends of 1Mrs..Ord _:-
;&cksonViJ/ Try Broy Special
W"H.BnforAf: was left: this;week for Jupiter, where she, .', Ash ton 'last?Mondayjon: a charge of wife of Engineer! L. .' < '
Fertilizer for tomatoes. Used 'K.'C. ?
the this week. will spend a:few days.and,,then return. ; : | by from
from M. "
registered at Conolly_ i stealing watch McGougb, an that she is recovering rapidly
/Belc
Gaunt, S:A r; Lippincott Bros.
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t;o"her. home.\ rf and others'with* eUent results. At employee at the gardens of,the ,Royal her illness :and is now able Urbe'dis-,
i 'Call for:Havana'smokers if you wish : : Palm. After-hearing the 'evidence in from the 'care oCa phyei-'
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'of TheMiamiOyple
tandems' Miami !
Ride'lone |of the, ; $24 a ton: ermscash.
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$ to get the worth of 8o5n the :case, the Justice committed the eian. 3trs.Ord's'sickness
." .. your money. iCo loct-lnov-f, IIY John,Ellis. sHave ? ; was largelythe
). sCrawford'wheel.DrR. "* :" ; -I, .* -v ]'\ \ . prisoner, .defauU'of $300 to await result of exhaustion, caused by her
1\ |Bide :, .. V \' rumorspf acoin-' pour bicyclejenameled equal,to the action?of the; grand jury and;hei. Untiring devotion and attendance upon :f '

*' Knight of 'Lemon' City was Ing wedding' 'in. which one' of bur new b1 .The Miami cleCo. : was taken up the road by Sheriff ChiU her brother,the late H. Graham Bran?,: f'-
: -1 r' {t lingwortb. r [ I'| I combe in his last illness TAs'soon ,?
registered at the Miami Hotel '.yesteror prominent young men.and onebf.the | as 1:
:r ... ?" A pleasure partyleft J P1mB'each: today is for Mr.. Ord .."B>-
day 'r" "' : most! charming,young ladies of Miami, : Bicycle spokes and all repair; goods! possible to get-away, v y
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j : '\.- : ,will, ,be the, principal actors.!); .' -i .on:the steamer rEcJipse, 'Capt.JIcLean for home repairing ThaMiami Cycle ,they will leave for St. Augusttne, 4,
C. :ERoot ' Warnell, was'In"theIcity F Thel\ command'inFell route for Co.'s.:. .a - '. < where, it is expectedthEtibe;: .ciuuiga'of s ,
Bicycle for"saie will t
lanterns .at' this city'"They top bvertonight : : air will make her stronger ,than "i:
';Miaml.this:week' ana stopped- at the Hotel Miami Cycle, Co.'s. '. ,, y\\\ atthe.liouseof.RefDg an "arrive here The: contract for ,Miss Sue Bradley ev er. 7" ,;; l' -

| f. tomorrow; they wil probably .remain Johoson'sresidence]'\ _, to beerected on -

Tire tape at The.!Miami Cycle: Co.'si, A neat ';, ir tence'l has-been: 'erected over'Sunday., ( t. 13th''street and,Avenue B, has been let I /lave pour wheel enameled; have.ft "

.... . .oj- 1< ; ". on'the, north side uf'the'.Hotel ;Miami, ,| '.. to F.W. Hahn-which'fact is an assurance cleaned up.: Don't ride click-clack.. .- swbeelLlet :
-R. Hi:Bo ci'at; wholesale'dr\lgglst.of separating ,the;path"by the, Bide of the RideoneoftheBo d .iugs. For sale thatthework'\ will be.done in' a l \ us fix it., The Miami Cycle. 4Cq. ; "
< ) I lawn and dower,beds frpm the railroad or rent by The:Mianli i CycleCo.RevtMr : thorough;pp- '

Baltimore; Kd.iarrived.'ln. the city on track which rnns>long ,that side f, J *" v wily; r be broken at once.. and the building I
Wednesday night. .Stanton
i ; have returned 'C. Caswell
{ \ ..' A. inspector of the Florida. >
has It Will
completed { soon as.,possible.. t
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A- carload of#hogs: came" in on the I" 'Tandems bnly-6CKJ-' per-J : I hour at' from their'at'IJ mer ,home; at be a very handsome residence and will 4. East Coast Bail way,gave a.very 4 .l t' x4
Miami Cycle C0's. San.Mateo, to City' for the win- ' enjoyable party to a few friends at m. -
East this The\\ cost 13 00. *. ,1,
Florida Coast Railway week: ", Mr Stanton will t\ reach' .at the about Ii | resiueuce' last Tuesday, evening. The. "'

,en' route. -for Key West. :; L.::A. Rosenheim of.Bavanneh. : : latter point on' next ISu day; and will Best corl :grips, wild German silver' time:'was, pleasantly spent in music,

Rental hicycl, iJ iof.,The'-Miami""Cycle Hyman and'A. :f. Hold of Atlanta; and ,l bold services in"' Miami. '$'n' 'the' following -' tips. On >!Oc, pair put on free ..TheiiiamiUjceCy.it games, etc., and the occasion proved i
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I. \ E. Muller of Jacksonville'al1.members \ Sabbath. ; \ : V.f. ellghtful 'one to<< "all. Among those ;
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-, of the travellingfraternity,were registered ; .
Co.H. : present were Mr. and }(rl. Law; Mr.r
: J. Charles- 'of Jacksonville.was its i -' at the Hotel} Miami i this.week;- : ;\Buy your 'bicyple tirfes Ifrom The Messrs. Iovett; & Laws,our popular audMrs.\* Oliver, Miss Hilda Law Mrs..

tervlewing our. merchantsthis.-week ; HV Miami yc eCo, and savelmoney; 'I dry goods n erchatiU,are receiving this Bravo Misses Minnie Bennett Emma "- _y
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:Wheels 'iru dt for, ,2oC' lip 'at :The week invoIce' of fashionable r
j ;V' a large ,
looking.for'ordenjn his,line. : ; ; the Johns; Pearl and Eunice Coons and
IA'Caleef'manag: r An-
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.. Miami.. .Cycle Col's.;, :t\ o millinery ripbous1, etc, direct from the MeSlrs"T.' E. Culverhousf, ,W.o: AlBert -
a Cycle \
J Everybody. F:B. Douglass; W. A. Jougbim
known'thatthey
00. i Wanted : : to [city:several :days thi, wfeekJooking ,have the finest assortment of sty .
Xr'k' .l./ can get; a good meal'for 25 centsat 'afterhis branch trans er stables in this lish millinery this side of Jacksonville.The and j others. -..,

:., bipt., :R.: ;E:Rose, of .Kissimmee, the-. Delmontco'Restaurant. :10th city and auditing the! accountsof. his :'entire.|force:are busy opening up \.The 'following parties came over on:

: .formerly, connected with. 'the Diston street,.;: :near' Avenue'' "' D.; Davis'and, ocal manager, H:Dou bit Wh 11a8. resigned .- and marking the: goods, and ''getting the Bi5C&yne'from Key West'on,Wed- :: '

Land Co..' ,.Is registered,. the' Conolly Hull" 'Y;| loct-tf on account of}ill hei 1th.... them in reauiness,, tor theIr',,grand fall nesdaymorningA.J.MillerandGA,"
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-Hotel.' : / Best'-cycle 'biljlOc' ,bottle at T'h wing: pairs opening wh ch' will take.':place on-.the BootJof the Venable CohstrctionCb..?
per '
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2oth of month.
- H. SJFarqbar *
Bent's bicycleoLThe,3tiainl.Cpcle! ; I : Miami Cycle Co.'s." ;' repaired at,:TbeMiami Cycle, .' } chief engineer 'of'thej -
Sticker
: works H. L.
Co.t .. " I a. I I chin Oc'biib'grade"Ure government ; ;,.,
the graphite l only agent|of the Ea .Coast' Railway "
... John.Ellls, enterprising nursery rl'ittymenare-atwor ;nighi and day, < Florida *
A..:L. Whi'tcotnb; has 'returned "to man, accompanied by bis wife and Miss : on the new'dredge boat,, and it is ex-; (ape :lOc ''per"roUati, The' at Key West;" Frank'Browa"and

!Miam" {' again- after several months' ab- Rogers of. .pkahumpkee- came': down';l..eted ,that .it will be I launched early Miami Cycle, Uo.'s4;, ,j'I Louis \\Poler- All of the. party except .

,sence, spent at his, ,..old, home,In. Melrose -' Sunday from their :illa at"'llenley on'tlle :'next week: The machinery shipped We regre .'that- lack;'ofepaee'last; :Messrs.,' Muller and Root took the tram

,.FJa.,;. .- .Miami' to attend diviueservices.Wheels ; .. on' the 6th inst., and it will not be long week'prevented us acknowledging a for St: Augustine d -Jacksonville
,' : : \ -. before the steam dredge will 1Ior: pleasant caW from iLieut.,A. H; Bruh-: The, latter named gentlemen came;,over

'Pistols repaired' >at.,',The 'Miami' Cycle .* sold on 1L y payment' at The. cutting its. :%ay thelchannelin: ner and Engineer!'W.-T., Phillips! of to superintend the loading of some fine '
co.'s.. } - Miami cle'Co.V:' r, '-' : : k aYe I Ii the U; S.revenue cutter Winona. ,Mr.llamUto. brick to be used:jn the construction, ,
througj the government works at,Key ,!est.1
j-, B.. ;).,' billingw6rth, 't'bel! efficient W. M.' Featheriy had builthigh i :|: Wood rims> id all',bike fit-' ..the of the''gentlemen TreasurY.Department, in that they U I. .. .. .

., :sheriff_ of Dade county, was in the' city wire fence around his garden lot west I t alga,for,,sale : .ami Cycle! Co. might brought inspect the views of the steamer | ti Fnrnislied Boom, 'tF
r h; :this f week 'on+ legal!Ibusiness, He,was of the METROPOLIS! building and will ,' or-rent- forsingle I desirable
< Miami exhibition. gentleman -
j Gonzalez' Miami Boon ,'Rc yal Club, ; on at; our :office ; ;
at'"the Conolly. cucumbers watermelons and ,
registered plant out '
L They pronounced her a beauty and con location. Enquire of
JBelle of Miami and Everglade s'mokers
:--1. .' Bent_.a.,tandem o[The Miami Cycle other use.v garden products' {. for his own' ,table are sold by all! dealers}' k Ifor them. eluded! very correctly that the 'citizens lt:; A..Wo vii, Merchant. Tailor:. -ti
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'$; -Co ; ** ABide -" 'vjj lSk'j IBbciCnov of our'city world-be'. .extremely_proud 1 11{ *'
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: A 't' of er. ( Central Business Lot for Sale.

:; < 2eph Harrison, -a' veteran Florida Miami a' Crawford Co.j ywh ,lforsale: "biT .: Joseph"Jennings* of 'c' u 'Grove y4ar\ 't? The west 60! feet 'of the lot upon \
e Cycle, Let.us fix' wheel can'.makeit : .
newspaper man arrived in the city last was in the city on \%'edd da morning ; rr'r Monday night and stopped at the Hotel /JOseph A'McDonald 1 lffthis morning -' to meet fourteen\white ment|whop had a wheel 'right' at 'little .cost., .The. .. A oOt'ltJeet: divides.lot.' ;Enquire!: y .>
Miami '
z hJ:HUmi for,couple of, !days.' .' 1 for St. Augustine to confer,,with arrived. from Georgia the night before; Cycle Co s. of;'.!.;y: reath rll.' '- / ...
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-\j "f j i his partner, Mr, MfcGuire. who leaves they under"'contract! to Work for I" the t kindness of W.M.Fea- J (
':2" slide one of _The Miami Cycle Coas: Through Cittns and Other Se>ni Tropical Trees
; on'a vacation tomorrow]night.. Mr.' Mr."Jennings all winter on, his, mmense therly-the local scribe of the METROPOLIS : _
h'Y"" vMg* ; McDonald will ,return".:] about,' .next tomato farm. He wilt plant 'b ejr,:fifty was permitted I: to enjoy a ,delightful Plants. Roses,' Palms, Bamboos, etc '

'* t7W t>kSturtevantof; t .Biscaynespent4eesoSaturdayuntil :Wednesday i- : acres and'expects" to\cl-\'" ear, at.e ,leastjot't . sail' on.the, BaY.-uoder the New application.A.L.tHATCH Catilogue just issued mailed on" x
120,000. : moonlight, in bib trim little yacht last ,
,: ; : Monday morning for '
"Children's"
: wheels sile atThe sepl7octl5 'City'olnt Fla. ,
prrent. ,
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:s ? Julia< D,Tuttle:, aj'.Fort Dallas. ' bicycle r oilers.10c./_atThe. is i Cycle was exquisite.would be put t a Reliable 8.1:, ,k.

,. : oC'The'Milmt Miss Lottie Boberts-of, Key West, I Co/s. i , ting it mildly-, The party, on board con .._'X; am .handling,.A. W.; Livingston '
| sisted
sBentja Crawterd wheel .. of Mr.,and Mrs Featherly and
: who is an'eatendrdvisitwith I ': ,: ,: ".. J crop seeds and keep them in
:. ...! .1fcleCo,. : \, ti 1, friends at Lemon City came down on I: ; Harry' Conolly,'son 01 'Mr. ana. Mrs.Conollywill daughter,' Dr. and Mrs.',Fopler;;two bulk aDal'.tneW,SOld at catalogue prices. Send :
-r' married at! daughters and: son/Mr. Gardner and
be Rochester ;
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' idles Caroline Cain. oRoseland'wboM,1)eenYi<lng Wednesday in, company with.MissAi i ; for Livingston's.,fall catalogue for
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: 1 :: November 4tb, td Mils iBrodie.tbedaughter'of eon, Mr. Harry\; Tuttle. :Mr Robinsonand gar i
bury:. ,Miss Roberts returned to LemonCity 'Y.-Y.on f ; deners.
\ her.:: inter, Mrs. Hard ,1 -- JAIIXS,A..Pnnfa3
a I wealthy d.thecriter
$ ofpocoant: Grove; passed 'through: 'i te af.'I't ; merchant tf' Postmaster Cocoanut Grove. .',
after "
Tttfe this weed'on''' er\.wa1 home. 1' of that,city. Immediately i We'have a bicycle enamel bake oven i.
; city Wheels to'rent bytlie week'or month the marriage the wedded couple will "
; -1 Stock of Etc.For .
-. .." CoI andbake'the enamel on your wheel ..DnigSj: .
at TheMiami Florida to spendflbheVJnter "
"Handle" bars for': sale by The. Miami, Cycle start:for, \ will ,sale cbeap, a 1arge.welI4e1eet
; : with the of the': ypiirig loan In equal ta new. ::Ajjtrial\ convince.. .R .
parents ,
\CycleQo.; ;; t" The colored Odd FelVows) f Cocoanut ' stock pf drugs,and druggists'sundries, ;' '-'
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th s citl'r' J- ::1., 'The steamer; Biscayne left for < ',
RStWc .William l hVarnadoe Grove will 'give an entertainment in'their "' Key stationery toUet'atticJes: books, ,etc. y
.:Contractor Jacksonville .,this morning Mt,for hall at that place next\Wednesday 'We 'h'ave'Boi e bargains sfr f ,n i wand. Weston,AVedneaday'night and,a full Some" ec,elry., No charge for 'good-1'
r ''for load of: freight. 'The steamer went out will. :For particulars address ., '
*' ,of putting In ,bid fpr evening., A launch,will make the trip secofad-hand wheels. :TbeMiami Cycle
line: 'purpose to;I laid la in that down that night to accommodate thecoloredpeepiewhowishto 0., ., l in charge of the first officer Captain eplO-tf( DRCOOIST, MKTKOPOLIS Office, ..5Lannch.fot'Sa1e
mfiea.qf.sewer: ? ,
seven: attend Irom'here. \ Bravo being compelled to stay behind

\play: Yr. ::' r i t {(! 1>... 8Mill3 Fowler and family Loved and go*up the road to fliup. .the steam- : Chcapv' > ., {
%mbreUasreipalredl;{ at) :The Miami into 'their' new residence;.i, ast ;|Monday er Sc,.Lucie,;which ;will be brought The launch Edith B, now incbarge::-
FredTt.S. Morse)rec verJweni up to and are' busy at this, writing; down at one and placed on.theiine,to of S.H.'Richmond, at Cutler.' In good ; ,
: Cycle to'k" \ North Miami this week and- took the dodging'the workmen who'are puttingon assist in carrying over,thefaurge,amount condition, very light draught, large: : a

;Tbe bricks; r' the new: \pbstoffice inventory the stock; buildings, etc, the. finishing touches tojthe insideof of freight that is dailjlieing! deposited carrying capacity i good sea boat, sail '
\ c building" befog placed bn the andand'Contactor' of Woods & Co., in acco with the :the1 house, and indulging, ,ih';the on the docks for Key,(CWest*. The volume boat model, built to order: of best mate- i
: JVoxlwari ycili com- order of the court' Mr. Moue was, assisted. pleasant ,task of arranging their:, furniture is so large that die9>Biscayne'can- rial. PWill sell,very cheap. Apply toRoBB1
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', : uenee.the erection of the building, at in bit arduous ,duties" by S. L.. ;; etc.,; In pleasant anticipation'of not handle-it all;.toaktegan additional. i1 & GBAflAM; Miami', Fioridal!

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I THE lU Ll OCT. '1 1891.- -
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I And leavita: "'iire. and child, and all And show by signs and wonders given{t I '

\ THE HUGUENOTS. With whu h" home Is. How much best\wax is worth' in heaven F.O. & P R, R.: .j'.j'Sh '

St. Maur, iilhppe and Raoul Da'Yal I And howthe wrath of God afflicts', ,. :
I Departed with the rent, The wicked ways of heretics. _

: J eprofessions t\\ II C :H'C1amTke'Fall And left the wailing women thereTo I cannot, say=-or yee-ror: DOJ' :Una Between Florida: and alL '
I'," seek* the aid of heaven in prayer. The pious Spaniards deemed! twaa so, ,

.1 \I To pray they.might be blest. For,even as they vowed and prayed /l HorttHB Points. ,

of Ft. Caroline, 'September, \ I-j vni. An And uotle made hand, their arose hearts to full aid,glad.- .veretf" Savannah Augusta, G-, Columbia '. -1'

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\I-I\ 1565.I : .,I The women watched, with aniiona: eye, They said Onr Lady stirred tbe eeL Washington, ''Baltimore'
New
As long as si raining sight conld spy Bnt if it came of good or bad,\ Philadelphia- York(.j-

.7 GE M:,R.1.BBIN8.IJ WALTER GRAHAM. I: I(opyr1glited. A1V rights reser: *ed.1 The forms ot loved ones dear, cannot tell it e'en may be Bostonandthe'Eut. _.

i While UOWD St Johns the 'soldiers go liSt.. Castor andjau Pollux had tt I ..
OBBINS & GRAHAM .GO; i l ".- To mao he i hips of Jean Ribaalt As mncb to do with it as she. Everett:, Macon, Atlanta* CbatUnoora., j--; "
Janhville. Louisville,Cincinnati and
in annshine Chicago.
The of France glad ,
flag
., 'Gainst< thAtdread foe so near. Everett, Birmingham. Ilolly-Sprtnirs., 'Ifem- :,
I Was floating o'er Fort Caroline. ; They gozed tintil the learning bark 1V' phil,Little Rock,Kansas City,St.Louis. Cfaicao .
:A'torneys-a.t. : J..a. .' Waved! by the pleasant evening breeze Bat, as rt speek; beir eyes conld mark; Wbeh all things' upon mortals smile, I Sioux City. :- ': '- ':,"
Hirer Junction,Fensacola.Mobile, Kew Orlean. 0
UUJHl! \ DADE COUNTY FLORIDAnraotlee .., That brought tbe breath of tropic seas, And still they walched.tllI e'en that speck- 'Tia then they' must beware ::1 ..Texas,)Mexico California and the. Pad*y- :
& L And, gently stirred the forest'trees The'engfcr eypa'no!' more might reck r Thie mirage'comes but to beguile. Jicco ; -.
F-FEcTn'E' 'MAY10. -
'il1 In all courts tate and Federal )Vith its breath giving air., And they we:'e:left in sore'distress. : To cheat the fancy with its wile, *. 189i."
.. 8pe i4al rarllitiex for examining and perfecting And many a hopeful heart'and bigh Alone, aid il the wilderness To hide the peril which the \while Nsw'You i Excuse No.38, Leave Jackson: '
j'" L m4 Titles) We bare tbe tuly complete Gazed with thankful ; Tille tI:13.. ra..with Through Pullman- Sleep-' "
.'e-: abstract books covering South Dade county, qu the scene eye While many a stifled sob reveals I, The hands o( Fate prepare \ .rs for Xarannah,Columbia. Wanbiogtou, B limore .
.S:;.\. and"recelv* dally reports from tbe Clerk of Or labored 'neath that autumn sky The gn? Uie1 wretched watcher feels. To lull the miud with visions...arui. .Philadelphia, New York and all Eastern
4-; the Circuit Court at Juno showing all Title land To square the logs the huts prepare Ah! wh shall tell what thought is theirs And dreams of hope, before the storm; point Connects for Frrnandiaa. Return, ,
transfers.[All thecerttfied Abstracts Train No37 reaches Jacksonville 9 30 .' '
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; For all the exiles there, p. !
f ', "' for South pade' county are made at, our Miami' gathered Who { ize'with te dimmed eyes, 1 For o'er the unwitting inortal'eheadRelentless i' NEW loan FAST MAIL No. 86Leare Jacksonville -' .
ff.- omee.i i I.U.bf OJ tend the wants demanding care; When I.er. eire, or SOD prepares .1 hands are_brewing > 7:00 p.m:, daily, for lame points lotto. ;'1
(: : J tt! k - ---4\ And many grateful thanks were given' For \\ fir's dread sacrifice, Black clouds that soon'shall overspread Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New
York. Return No. Si arlve* Jacksonville 9 10a. j
To heaven :.
gracious all-protecting
.l WORLEY. That Rave the refuge fair. When a14 the love on earth are gone. Continued on pagji 3] { .,TO.iISCISHATI, __ ._ __ ., __'. 1 u_ = ,,__ i .to:
GECX. A. . And they are ]eft alone, forlorn? : \ AlSO"ACIIOlVJL..l\O. SB, Leave
, The Spanish fleet,had Bailed away; What could tell J cbon.\IIe.7:00 p. m.. la.E..emt, Macon, .F
ever
\ i: ..A. tQrne t"W.".., Landonniere 'returned today pen -N", tice for jiiioiijLAND ; .Ulanta ChaUanoosa' Connect for LouUtTHe, -',
1 was '
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\ : The feelings o'er the sorl that poor Nashville,Si.Louis, CEicago.and all Sortaern* '
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1 Courts.> And peace and plenty seemed the'lot When aaf the clouds f battle lower \ 1 4 OFFICE AT Giix Bavins FLA., i and western points. .Returning train arrives ,r.
:1: tknei4practke in 8tate and. Federal Was destined tht Huguenot September, HOT; f JaoksonTtlle8iOa.nl.' ,
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We bulonr oved .11- -
All business entrusted vill receive prompt at-i itention. \' '"
1 ASHRVILLX Botrrc.
Reprieve from war'and care, Not ce' i- hereby given that the* following Tbrongh Pullman Sleep'
Ufe Insurance ,
; Agent for Ufrmanla The loved our tears shall Boon deplore log Car,service for Cincinnati via Savannao, "',
Co., pt >ew York. AUkiudoI11eiXIiC1eSI In fair land where.everythingWas named settler bus filed notice of:his intentioitqm --
i:: < .v that The loved on eyes shall see no tuorelj!\ Colombia."Anbeville Hot Springs. Knoxville: ::a
written. Offices:oier postofflce.jj, hs-yr and endless in support hii claim, through the celebrated Mountain of
'r, ; J joyous life spring. Then pit| her Who, from her arms, 1 ke final proof of an Country .1
North CarolinaLeaves
\ ; : 1 : Mast her all to'war's that'said proof will be made; before Jno B. Jacksonville 7:00 p.m !
iAM send; ] alarms Arrives Cincinnati 7 40 .
t. OOTT GORDON BROOMK L- 1UtmrJnorlt. : a.m. Returning, nr ..7-
I.w \ i ReiUyV United States Commhsionir at -
J And pity l>er vho:; left.alone. rlve.JaeksonvIileViOs.m. 5- -, : ,'
SCOTT" & BROOME, The; lovers, too were happy there; Cab only 'and pray, and moan! : ., on -October 30.' 1iV'111; i John O Only line through the beautiful bill countryof
Pauline and Baonl their pleasures share. ; peep, Rogers of Cocoa nut Grove, Florida,:bomesteai Middle Florida, Pensacola. and Escaubia .:}
ni a.wi Did he bear mdre-who marched afield,
'tt= t Bar leave Jacksonville 9:13 a.m.by No.2 daIly: .
1i . Phillippe stood by the fair Adele Or her the warrior fought to shield.. vial (or tbe southwest quarter of section SO, for Lake City.Live Oak Madison, Monticello, -
; -'.'. - NOTARy'PUS10 IN OFFICE And told;, the tale which lovers tell. ; Who, left behind, anguish kneeled? towuaKip ronth, range 41 eas"l f Tallahassee, River Junction, Pensacnla, Mobile ._ !
Will In aU state'and Federal Courts. New Orleans, and tile 't
practice .outhwelt.ezJco. "
; The pastor too, was come. Hs lames the following witnesses to prove
; Collections promptly attended to: : California and the Pacific Coast. Carrie Steeper 4
1' To tie the knot so long delayed *. ;1 continuous residence and icuItIvaUon
Orricx oKR BANK or BA* BIeCATNL14t A IL. upon J Return No. 1 arrives at Jacksonville 7.56 -
Jj. Should join the warrior and the maid; Meantiom'lhe' ( fighting pressed out of'said land,viz': a. m. '.. .. S . :
ll-jun447-tf \ .. __' And'now Lhev onlv wait until men t ) John F.Hlnton of Cocoanut(Jrore,Fla.Adanj ,I Leaves Jacksonville.9:15 a. m. for Starve,
Adown John .
of St. .
: th4river joo; Bawtborne Silver Spring Ocala. Gainesville.' .
f : t. I : I "- These, late-come:who their quarters. fill, And safely reached the month below C.Richards.of ocoanut Grove, Fla. Cedar Key. Wild wood, Leesbnrg Tavarea, .I:;
SON.J '
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.{ d JAS.,T.iANDtBrfSEDERS: 11. F. Can find abiding room : And joined th fleet of Jean Ribaalt. Henry J."Wagner,of Cocoannt orove,FlaR. ApophOrlandtl, Lacooehce, Dade City Plant "Jcnr.

.& ATKINSON :, And(from; the crowded barracks spare There all the plans were duly made, .A|t S. Peacock,of Cocoanut drove,Fla. .Tampa., .Jacksonville 4.15 p. m.

: ; A hut, where each new wedded pair. Their forces ordered 'and arrayed, '2lsept.29oct2 J,.M. PA BCO,'ReKlster. Nashville RouU-Through Pullman Sleepers r,:

: May have a modest home; And' tbe Admiral stood to Via Everett.}Macon Atlanta
soon sea Chattanooga.
,r: I .. ". A&nro1 anl (Counselors!! at t ,lavv) 'And sweet Pauline and fair'Adele,' In his ood aniline"Trinity;" ''I Notice of City Election.By Leave Jacksonville. 7:00- p. m, mire Malivflie7OOnextpm. ; <
1 Both dreamed of joyful wedding bell, |I iL. !i
*".I j a 'omce In Rooms 1 and 2. ; And on th4 morrow morn was been virtue of tbe authority Vested In the undersigned i\ Leave Nanhvllle 9-00 a. m.; arrive Jackson '
-1-- . j Brown's: Brick Building Of happy hearts and golden hours ; In offing 'ft'reSt.Augustine. '.. bjr the laws of the state and tbe ordinances ,VllleS:10 next a. b. t . (It I <
: l Ml AMI. FLA. Passed! lightly in the jasmine bowers, while". be 8:15 a. m.-Leaves Jacksonville (or' Brunswick ,
< works '
: ;N"-tis. .! There,, the| Spaniard's \ of the city of Miami ;notice'lsberebgiven \ .
the Cumberland
I h An :Eden in the Land of Flowers. I. oy Monte Bteamer and :
i ,' .. scanned, 4\ j 1 to the, qualified. electors of the city of Cumberland Sonnd '.: -"" 5-
o'i : "C A landing and assault he planned; Miami that a general city election A dii beheld 4-00p.m. -Local for Everett Close connection '
.:;Taylor, ;I I. I Itt.AlaaLWhn : lor Brunswick.. Shortest and quickesttonte.
: But since the bar his keels denied in the Council Chamber on tbe second floor of _

,k -atw-, :: And:,joy'seems' human in hearts beat' high,. A passage, waited for''the tide,] the Jail building,on the fourth Jlondajr i In October i 1,6:00):).' m-Local Tallahassee. : .nd:intermediate : - 'J'(
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: \ our grasp, And till the tide shonld being the 25th points Arrive Jacksonville 4 IS
w. > rise anon,. ,A. D.1807, the same dajro : p. m. j,
': 1 MIAMI!, FLORIDA.. Tis, then Destruction hovers nigh' Before the}town1;stood off and'on. said month; that the polls will be',open:from 8 .- 9:40 .p.'T Pullman.m.-?0r Tampa and Intermedlatspoints.
, .. And Death is what we clap; : leepara. Arrive lackloD-
Don Pedro's in the standard time.until
space I o'lockaIn sundown -
city yifle7:35a.m. ,
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'1f. .. Office on 14th street, next PorFate mocks at the warrior's pride Of those few days:had gone apace, said clan.that e. P. Ragan, Harry: Bodgd and I Through Sleepers for CluI'IDnaU.TI&.A"tt: ,1'"
'f : l .Wat. on's Hardware. store.: ', And. Death,stands close beside the bride. vllle. leave Jacksonville at 7.00p.m. arrives -
t.J_ And hats, and tents, and lines of white H. J. Burkhart are hereby appointed as Inspectors -
Such is humanity 1 Asheville:43p.m.,arrives Cincinnati Lm. '.}
'. 1-8-tf \fl 1 make i its site and IIM is clerk to ,
--- Began to !rising King appointed as , ; For Macon Atlanta, two trains dally. Leave .
I""rL ; r I '-.1 3; .And they who eager, think to sip14we's While goodJy progress had been made conduct said election. Jacksonville :Ua.m.and 7:00 p.m. r : .
; A.Simmons joyous sweets from Beauty's lip and stockade. for '1 Summer rates to excursion points in effect :
On moat* and rampart, The officers to be voted are as follows. -
Jane
I Reck notlot Destiny / \ IlL: tfi
-- i t. ': JLttoraa-ey\ The men, the stores discharged amain A Mayor,to'serve for one year:. Pullman i Sleepers on all night trains.* [il .
l : at- That artful! power, whose grim decree. bad sailed for or1leloberlj' ',IVSend for Best Indexed of7oridato
-i- I? His largest ship Spain Four Aldermen, of the City, Council : Township Ifap<
: 'r' j,1 Begards not worth nor piety. And those were, left; the smallest lay4tancborAtlgnstine's ,to serve for two years .-' . ,A. O. MxcOONNELU ; .:..

; ': :COCDANITf. . Govz,7LA.' r ; \ iv. Bay. 1 A City Clerk and Assessor, to serve for,one S_ Generall'aueDlU..pm.' < ,.
"" \ In sudden fear the Spanish saw year. . N. S. PENNINGTON. : .t' ..'
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: Office at i Residence: .1 Meseems it oft the loved and lost The French; appear and threatened'war, ,A Marshal and Tax Collector;to gene\tfor,one j" ; rrsrne.Il anav.r.- .. S I
: : bad wed ;'
Are those who they -
For'well Menendez- eye might know )ear. .. .
:: i-,: ..' 1.rluJ W.Allen. Had, happiest lived, had ,loved the most The harm the gnfas,'of Jean Eibanlt A Citv:Treasurer,to sen e-for one: year) ':W. '.
\ shall borrow D. MERRITT >I
And therefore were they aPed; uncovered) The question whether the eitjr S ,
foe.
Could do
4 .' "t. I J. t, . .""" 'Twoutd Dot comport with, } ale'8 decree, a yet> pealed wild tbe sum of three thousand_dollars for necessary ....
their alarms
The
-et' tram. eta :
; rQ ;Y' : Such earthly happiness should.be. improvements and current expenses win'also be .
All tbrongh the town drams beat to arms; Contractor
: .t: 't ,EJEI WEST,:Fta, But those,-to lose whom were no loss, ', 'Hind risingwall( and! part-built gate, !submitted to the qualified'electors who are. owners I. .)
'* To live with;\ whom to bear a cross, ot real estate situated In this city. i
Pedro his to '
and Don ranged menThe wait '
all the Courta;State !fD
The undesired, are never reft Said election win be. conducted as.far as practicable -' ''I 1' t" ;
the fierce-
of debate: '
4. ;tr i FedeaL ,1-9-tfV: :The things we value Dot are left;. That opening should decide his city's fate,- .l inj the same manner'as provided: by.. law, t" ; : Builder! 'I;

.. I cannot say-or yea-or no; And end the anestion past demur for 'conducting general State and County elections. ; .
But Vet, methiuk8it seemeth so; ,. -- ."" i
.. Fowler M. D. Of who should dwell| in Flotilla whereof I have hereunto affixed \ *
llsJ In witness
-i Deatb claims. the bride and true; my; .
loving Give: chance
1 .: '- While monks and prelates gathered there and caused the City Clerk toattbchthe seal I us a: '.
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L 1' 1 it- r .- But when.did, man eer lose a shrew? name
'- I With many a choral-chant and prayer of the City of Miami hereto,and attest the same ii(: toflguiibn' f fbuilding.
t 'I your
I To all the holy sai'ntB-that: they '
; HOMffiOPATHIST 1 this. 16th day of SePtemberI8'J2..A.D.lt111.!
t. I
\ % Would drive the'hated French away. .-
The to hi's rest [I.s.t JOUNlf. REILLY Mayor. l-tfs. NN
I 1 i son was sinking ; I, ',

Office first\\floor- of:'Hotel MUmL Behind Jhe forest of tbe west U" '-: :- M _" AttestJM.GEAflAMCitY- : Clerk.' Befer' to' Mrs. Julia D./Tuttle,'F>T.Bndge ..

-k.--: : _: : | .' .Aug27tfDiaHJas. : When at the gate,the warders seeThe Don Pedro vowed IhV spouse of God I hereby' certify that the City, Council ofbe ..and Bank of Bay Biscayne.. 'l.: .

, I _. friendly Indian.chief Coo-chee' A taper light/a full half-rod- : City Miami at a regutir'meetlut:held on the .
'*--a :Who from 'oat Beloy came.: And made of best ..meria wax 16th day; of September D.tenT, approVed the I- '
.: aCkSqi>>,, Jr.: ., wrathful man, I ween, was be.At .' To shield him from Bibault's attacks, appointment of the inspectors and clerk of:election Forty:acres, on the south fork of the]
L: Sl.4Lucie rIver. of lot 4
being5ny
_.4 .: -i. *' Spanish'wrong and shame. And heads ot heretics galore, whlch__re named in the foregoing procla. off;
If 'r- IAM I'.t In'broken his tale he told See. 17T.S8 S..R.41E. Good pine-*
.. I- speech still
To make favor -
t. ier more sure- matlon. : ,
i_ I : apple land at $3 not $30; ,
an ,
.acre ApSplf
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And much his allies '
implored bold, a heavenly maid '
If such tbiog4 move sept7-oct32. JM GRAHAM, ltlCt r t ,
t- \ : I! ,. ,FLORIDA.1 To aid him td regain his hold,' To lend his, cause her powerful aid; __ to BOBBINS Sb GBAHIM. jnlji-tf
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.:W VMeeatPreaen: - With vengeance to reclaim ifWitb' -, And other Spaniards; vowed their. saints 5--- I .5. "
r 'STORB.. '1 ly hs anxious Landonniere beard r -
TOWNLgYIiRUSDRUG. . . ear Such gifts as Popish fancy paints -4 J.Flprida
: 44DR.: J- And answer for a time deferred Tbe price of saints'to be,'

::1 t 'E.. CHAFER. But swift a messenger he sped Who grant for wax'and ganda of earth :
R. East
'1 With; news of ( that Coo-chee said '\ The prayers which thief..deny'to,worth: Coast Ry. "
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To Hall RibauK '.
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I -.JE1t'r'J'JS'J:.' And heartfelt pietyj i,
For now!\the was come again, \ And-all thing seemed to promise fair ; .. ',> Tlm TabU,Vo.;0.;.Corr' Ud t. Ja> S, 1897. ..
-w Otfloe .over; Baulerson's 8 Mark t, n.] e. And safe at anchor rode..amain For speedy desperate;battle.there, : ... ::

: '!corner Avenue hand rith. street. Before- .... the- bar .below. V. And. Luthran;! :victory. -I-- ._SoUTH BOUND (Read Down V V NORTH BOUND (BeadTTpVKo '- ,

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STATIONS
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.- ; : -i_ '. BaCk 1 ::.:::: Vase.tiap ::::::: LT... ..-.rlaeluOlnil1e .:....Ar. 6 T _........___- I
1: 'S..:Frederick : to the fort the order came' If moital hand had|If amed tbe tale .- ...... IOWa ::...F l5p ....... .. ..s": qu.It1D..LT. S. ....,
John From Admiral Jean Bibanlt I, ,That now roy: tongue mast tell.' .. .- I03.\a ...;.+;. .f..... ... .. y...! ..8'AUfUlUDe.."'.' J'.1 ..... ......

Cijil Engineer and 'Smejor:' That stirred its quietness to flame,. Then woald,tbe cause'of; right prevail, ;::::: n:: ;:.,4....: :; ::: : i:: .. ...--Eaat PaiatkeI f .
'; . To wailing and tolwoe.-: \ And all were eodedlwelJi' '"- ; -. ;; Ar..4..Paatka..;. ......Lv. :::::: : :: : :: ::: :

The trumpet called the fighting men'Aod The righteous would the strong ....... 11 lBs .......Lv..PaIatka..L. .....Ar. 116'p .. ...... --
Public for State at Large.ParUcnlarAttntiod arm prove ;
1 Notary to Sab-Divid: bade! them all prepare, and then.To ; And right'Wonld! triumph o'er the wrong. ....... .1 p..... .....Ar. .. .san Kateo....... .LT. 1111Io ....;. ., ......-

-1-i---- i . "Office. ing large 20th1|, St tr ,ct&near' Av.given D;aonth, side.. ", And_ leave join;the Laudonniere ships*below with,: I the old, Bnt Such not are those the tales in the that'Book men ot relate.Fate; .' -.1m;.1 mHH \: :ill.. Lv..ScaMsaeo..Ar.i . .Dayton. ...... .", 'S 556 5 2 ._ jf -c-

1 - ., 1-21-tL: \ MIAMI FLORIDA.T The,boy ,'the sick, the fort to hold !< And this Fate-wntteVttale must be lIp ip U ....L.New...PortOrenge.-Smyrns4 .. 2 tOts.; t -i :

That bn the morrow morn'the fleet Told as 'tis told in history ."..,.I 13p 'e ..-... .... . ........ Bill. .....;.. 1 ... .......
li i t Might sail to south the foe to meet f Or else the minstrel fain would ..... 252a ;. ... .-..... \ ... .. S<-
; {, D., BROWN The,admiral .thonghtto strike the blow spare ........ 82Sp ....!.:. ...... -..."... -I..ta.L.tTltusvUie..1.: ..... -.Ci ".. _...... : ... .'..:...!.,
"i The noble hearts, the brave, the fair ....... a SIp .:.... ...... ''.' :: [... .t.....J. ._' _... : 12 ... ''
i : I, ,-o Should lay the;bloody Spaniard low; God's martyrs. afi,, who. :suffered. there. ...... aMp. ...... ..:... ,.._.....RockJ ....".'.. : ... ....!.. '--".>(
\ I I Or ere his walla could shield .the foe.1 .\ ' -S* t ; J. \ ; SOSp..N ;
N. .EanGaflle.,4. .

: ., 'j I -, -ARCHITECT. ,.. ... )l- ,1 .",VII., i--f The Fate that: governs,j' .im.1 l;.heaven, .and k. earth' j-.405p.i 4 4 5 150 .. .;... ;.,. .5' .- 1 .... I.'..... S Melbourne..Rnseiand.... f :1 F.\) ) .;-..' ;

: II IL Though' lithe rays of morning.abide And gives each'helpless man his birthConipels 4 SOp -... .se.seiasiian .. .. ..
.
j I All od Fort Caroline this product'of its bands' \* .1.- 5 SOp ..; . Lude- .
peaceful ,
: - L 1-i-tf. J I "MIAMI. PLORIDA.T , ..S5.; sock, i... ..-. Stila ia-I.....; Fort Pierce.;.. .
: ; t. ; Where erst was quietness, 1 weenit To serve the end its will demands; ...... 185p ...th' :_.. 607a ......-.--. .....:...........,: !.. 1 "
---T--; : : And'peace! was now a bnay scene;l :( f And in those LandsHb* hapless clay: V, .+.. SlOp ....-:- .:.;.. SSOa :'. ...!......Jenaen.-: ..,..'j' -r
..,. . ..... ...- ;
; a 4Sii .. 6 40a .Stuars.... .... .
; .JOHN KROHOIITTER 'And wild with war's alarms ,. Can have no choice but* to obey,. ; ? fOlp... .- 111a -,I..r J.tAUcta ... &p
i I 'i \ ";: .,- '. Where'men their armor donned in haate, Foredoomed to death',: to weal or, woe, *" f .. ....813&1, .Hobe &1100.'''+.i...r ; 'lIP" ,
And children to mother's waist Without the es. I ... .;..8Ma "'L.cst Jupiter. ....." 957a..
ATT 0 : clung ,' poerofti or no. ..
I \ .-r : B..; .. .... SOa ",f..J..Rh..era..... -, .
< And bearded men were close embraced We come to earth from other. sphere ; : ....:.. ...;. .! '
t "'" ;.. ISis &r..West Paine-Base .....L .
: : 'Over' 115 years,experience.. .In,weeping women's. arms'. '1 (To filllhe. place allotted here;: J' ...,... .8 lIp....... ...-.. p .. !.!......J.1.-.tOD..........._ !. :- I lOa.

::, : 'Metropolis BuUdtl eKlamt, For these were brave and<<: true men all; To act our part: sour task' is don.; 'rThe' ....,..L... .r"h'............. Z3p :\.,.JortLatderdai: ... :: .5. . ..

:,]. ,'::. !, .J..lr-&I Fall Stock- of.. Samples. 'of sll Latest, Weaves.- And lVlm'answered Duty's' summons prompt quick the trumpet obeyed(call._ S other curtain Vorldai-we falls!-and know,we aregoneTo not, where- ".. t_.;.'... ..;.. t5)pAr.--.LemonOty.-4.-...... ..MiaWl.ls..l..Ly.. I...; ,'. ,._' .. .:_.;_..n...._u.._..n'...__.. sa IlOa- -

II' \ Each! man \jwas armed and owift arrayed, To. play tha:. art predestined! there;).. ",_A& W.BRANCH.SfiP i ( Trains ,l5.l1aDd 73, between *aca

." 1 t\ ; vWm.: 'Varnadoe: Despite of Creeping: wife or maid; :And if we act or goo* or ill,. ,'. .3. No. 1. --1-x l2. 2. annville and St. Aneustine daily.
: \ . : .Bnt who hath !bower to tell-. -' We are but helpless puppets' still, 10 oo LT.,...NeW' Smyrna''.,.",Ar. 1 Up I it Train SIB, between Miami sad Tort'

-i: : ; : .,CONTRACTOR. The angniah of fne parting scene,,. *. That still' must mbva at:stern commandOf "I OOP lip 11 ii 28a 2a LT... ..La1teHelen.fLlI. 12 00p 4&>p Train;ercedait7.ezcepS* between Forf J'.PIerce and
bade farewell handrA ;' Lv-.J.01'aDge CltT.LV iSp S Miami dalJr,
Where
controlling .
lovers ,< an unseen, *15p U ezoept Monday.

hI I+ .t -Book Work and d Blasting a Specialty..' Where. 4 ine ,1.i f r The puppet-creatire'a fate, I - > .
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gi-' githBIDA. .: ._Philippe kissed fair Adele,* ,< We fall-and other timed will'see. \ .N....;... '

I .f.:.. 5 ,Estimates Fnrtilsb'ed: on Application., l<;%a-if;;. And close loving arms compressedEach ,'-' The hidden ends Destiny; f
maid sobbed on her lover's breast, The paeeiog-yeara at length will show I ":

li / \ Or tried to 4et her fears at rest, : The purpose of our deaths; ? onr woe;v" : .\k. / %, ,. .. t I

: FRED RUTTER,, And t.rnat'\io'\ God tolefcro, % And teach,men way.'twas ordered so. : 1'- r j' .
And think .twaal aU meant for the best .l sPPciJite4eTforrn ,follows:, '
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:> t -' :: Contractor t i and Bniider., The loved'.would soon return? l xiv. tar.lBiI "", P-...WMn -Lmla-, >h lTl .. umtor aT I.II,. I

I' Brief space was t there for word or kiss Twould. seem: for' once. Jhe Saints bad Lea.,.m W&ST 5:00 : S.s
: Auki bf8toneWorL.PIabn& In ,war and" '. I' I* t. L m:Tue daraM I'rld n- .
"i' time of << haste like this. heard, *. 1 i -.s "
i .estimates, furI i '. f -. S OoI. nectA,&t Ki mt tiiTra1 -
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;- % 1\1 trumpet 'jaledthe stern array :Or else our I Lady-of-tbef 1 -:,I\ .. .71' _
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: nubed tree." : Was marahaliddrfnd: they marbed.away, I-Was by thepromi4e&candle stirred ': ;J.P.BECK: W1TH, ' \ "

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'. : THE MIAMI METROPOLIS l OCT. 15,. :1897. '. A .1' { 3. .

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" The srinuylskiea with tempests dread];
+: t t' THE POMONA NURSERIES. And romp 88 hia hndoh'g. \
1 i i NEW\ CAT-. While Lo 'ran hearts beat high with' iinpOr nt.: .
\ .: L OUE FOR 1 1898 hope j s _' | : .
I :\Itlllill seemed bright and fair, \!
WILLIE, READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER. ,
A with (bom might
foe they bot'-oope.i
1 Hose 'iu uid of Don aim The Lana Department of the Florida East'Coast Railway U 't .j
lope One pate I11 writes yon please.k follows Mod me of oar a copy 1897 of cata.your And np drove tbE'm\todf'8p"ir.\ Pope i I Company desires to, make an[exhibit of the.product and ... '
.. Tkluable Nursery Caislognc. I had *copy: but Clouds rutwUo seaward and the sky resources of the; East Coast of Florida at the State Tobacco ;
i . 41'thir. e ia itithatl, \I do not wish to be without. L October, 1897. X ,
l/ spy" | A ud from utlrtheast-Ptorm,w inda and high a, '' :.. iIlr.
8.' Wit Rowley{ of San Mateo, Fla., has been .. ., ir
'S Oar Dew 1898'Catalogue will contain all the Cnuie in Jij howliu r blast >\ ( -. 1
J i food features of the 1897 catalogue besides many That lashed|the. waft! and tore the sail; I placed in charge of, this exhibit and all parties interested '.... '
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new Illustrated with will address him the "
oun.PuUt; many new or undersigned as to articles for ex- .
of
tIP Photographic Views. We offer a full line of With utroujrtb equinoctialgale; 1\\ 7\ bibition, tetc., : (
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:.\ It. to Southern planting. Catalogue Free. Address Tho scenes lit terror and or woeSeptombor's .. \ Tobacco grown on jibe East Coast; in al: stages of ; ,
: tales lio often show I preparation.antftnanafactnre|,:, will be particularly accept-7 .'4'1
ist asa'M..t THE ( RIfFING BROS. CO.. '' f
NI able 'wit.b .such.
Pr.Ot.a. Upon that r' tai coast and low, I 1 together ;information as will aid in the ..
\ : : Pei.r 5etIt1lcnl Plant><.l i MMOHA ITjiSMUS, KACCtlHHT, FLt.a development of this crop.
\ Sugar-cane, fruits and yegetaI
. I ___ "I __.. When o'er its eands the storm winds rave -
: I hiss of nil varieties, tdt'fI to., in order -
t Anti many a Wood ship finds her grave. 1 j j that all the products .
I of Ease Coast "
'' .the may be,specifically and
attractiyet.
IY> inky darkness turned the sky '
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\ ly shown to visitors.i "' '
The storm raged and \ I -
DEALER, l more more; All'articles i intended exhibition '
fWi.key" The billows roee)like mountains high r'p far should be marked' _
wbod s And swept toward toe shore -' .plainly; with name-and address of owner; shipped to Mr. :,' rd
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\ -And'epite oCJall that men could try 'I ; S. W;Rowley, Lake City, Fla./F. Ev; =( Railway Exhibit -* f... -
'ro lee the ships they bore. 'I i I on or before October, 20th, 1897, by freight Be sure to advise ' /: -
I Mr. Rowl" yi shipments, as well as giv'- :' I
Jl iflfortnaion r. r ;
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\I *?*?- \ I lug full written such as may be necessary in -';' ..it<:; '..
,&. CO. : Ribault was skillful stout and bed, ( order. J that products' mar be exhibited: ; to the best advantage ;x! ,-.',;

: ; A seaman,cast! in hero-mold! : : k ,1 . :
t From j$2.5b 'to $7 per Gal. A Norm81 .lj kiilg8 old, I f A;-list of remmma will be pnblished'ia, short lime',.. '.-
hii sailor by the Fair Committee also information as to rates," '*" -
Aud bold too II
I '' :: 'PTT1 E ,:RYE;: ANa \CCQRN_, But where no anchor-fluke;can:hold,. \ II com dationa-eto.,_etc. ,5 t.i ao't I\ ,. .
What can the Stoutest do? 1\ '
Caught on a I leeshore, iu a gale > "J.E.: JNC,: RAHAM ; ;
. { Fine Wines Liquors, Bors"and Cigarsi Forbids him use a stitch{ of sail, pi| : \ :

it.\ I Sea-swept'Whom roaring from stem breakers)to buried wait?rail j I 1. \. I ,\ Land -Commissioner i F." E. C. Ry, rk

\ : : Or what can m rtal strength avail loct2Ioct ". \II St-t AUGUSTINE, Fi.A.
Contending against fate? I I \ 1 : ** _
i 9nl 1 w i1C of ki' d'ut In, vain with seanian's skilltheysttainedTo ,
EDREGOAYAii WINE up clear that fatal coast; ,j j. I \ -
t I,,' 111; th U n ted States" A mightier PUWM tbeir'wreck ordained.For A. B. CAMPBELL :
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\ r- every foot t|[> seaward gained : \
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Were two i in leeway l st. > | I ,

,. ( Bottled" Goods and. Jug Trade a Specialty 'The Soon coming all who tate saw!of those Jean ships Kibanlt, might; i I know Manager Ludden f& B teS S. Mi H. \ t .. ?T
t JACKSONVILLE FLA.
\ 1 \ And'mid the storm,with thankful month, y
II DThe gladden Spaniards see 'j Pianosand, Orgas \ SheetMusie. and
1\\ and 110hESALE AQENTS FURS The Frenchmen swept far down to south, f v
Pool I The breakers'death their lee; ;: ,LOWEST'PRICES , EAsy[ TERMS | Musical MerchandiseWe .
"Si .:And as they saw that sighttheyraieed will treat ron better and give you better'T61ue for Jour ,.
: Beers o'ff all kinds Our, Lady for thej storm ;ehe raised. | moner than any other' house. In the.D.S.' Send for Catalogue ,, m
: and Price Lists. .
Billiards I \ 'J p&.1"1f. atili

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t ALL KINDS OF :CASE [GOODS. Soon as the Spaniards' eyes had seen ,
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,, ; .\ The safety of'St.:Augustine I > i You Know( .aMd Thing 2. OF COURSE, f .

I\ febMit-tf | > \{ \ E'en though the gale still',howled,I ween, icbnDOi

"))5@ Boat Tracy Catered.to. f" I FLA. Raymond impatQnt, eager, WentTo \ \ If .
\ MIAMI seek-Don Pedro in hiai tent, ;, )
Then YOU'B..vu''l' suN FLOBTDA u'nni I
\ And to Menende ready.ear'' \ ; or you would '; -
: The hevalier \ Are you GROWING OLD f.. Ot course;|so taw wx: .,.
,.' d' Fertilize:' for Fruit1""The :t., i \ A fiery daring Gascon exploit; plannedHTo But not so fast, because out iotl CXIICATC, :. '

.:- \ I ,' ;: I march at once, thro*. swamp and pine i \ With its WABM,. gmreknrr- HATS and toifo oooi NIGHTS, ,' ., .,.
I And instant storm Fort Caroline, I MakesLm\ WHAT' n, Op011'O} ; at' : 1 l' .. .- : f

:" t' Ideal 'Bineapple Fertilizer Surprised and feeb y manned \ Do Iov-LOVE FXAWKBS; fruits and vegetables? CSBTAINIT \ So-do\ we. j;

lie ,said: "The LU 'ran force;we know, BUT A HOMB on the EAST*'COAST, 1 .. >.. i .. "
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r ,I "18 with the ships t if Jean! Ribault, WHXBE can '! .' ' ". .
you JLU.8K'IYO' owir. \ i : .' i\ :
: Price $25 .00 Per Ton.f "And to destrnctio /gone;;, With''the ZXAST LABOR and 1; ', ,, -
A'\ ,: : : 'And e'en it some should reach the shore, I ... ,t"\\ t., "

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS> \ -Starving, unarmed,forlorn,i Do you DiatiEB Tiaras, So do WK.I\ .
.:, ' : 'Yet days must still el p tbefore Then COME TO FLORIDA:; Wnj\ KXBX TO sTAT ',- .
; ; I!. > Moisture, 8 to 10 per .cent "They can return to vex us;, more,. We have SOBT-BATHISO. swrinnna. and IWLI1I'G iLL TO n.ufJi mw.
Innomonia, -, 44! to 6 "" :olerborne. -V i
t'I I I m 1. I, Phosphoric'Acid:j 6 to 6,. '\II M '"Meantime"And easy their then fort: unguarded left, ABB TOO interested 1r/rva f \ II i ;

X \ t1 I ; 4 Potash: (actual) ] ,6 to .8 IM, "Is of all stontrdefenders rift. : so;.WB are interested Ton; .. I I' r -'' 1IF 1-.

.i [Made Exclusively Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate O, Soda, .J/ootf; Bono "And none I ween, but boys and old. ,, A UNV to our'ADDBEsa' \ Address DRAWER "M"
i I ''Die Phosphate,i Fine GrovruLlTobdcco'\ ; Sterna And sick men there its walls to hold; Will DO wonus. t iB-.A.IlC'r AvGttsznra:, FLOamA.anat3 .
; <|< r : '. and-Su/pAafe! 'of Pot h. i i ,i i'' "And e'en the,few are left to guard -tf t ; '

'jm-: wrtte for directions. for usfnr. and further" particulars sJso ask tot k copy of Economic Fertlliier . "Will, in such keep careless.ward, :
for fruit j\\ l'i "For ne'er tal dream; I.wis, THE .J.EMONCITY HOTEL

.: '1 We .Carry g Stock FertIlIzer Material! C. S.;Meal, :Tobacco dust Potash, Etc., "That Fortune toe, Don a aids night the like bold this;. .

*i. 'Write/or' price. efore; buying, \\10-,i :|t: .tVe. 'seek the" grower* trade- dirteet. The"And march this the is storm1 storm then the, beeidM4 hold; MRS/JOHN tl: CARE_ Y,". Manager.; ',I

. i l'''WilQ & Tdomer t Fertilizer Co.' 'We have the ndian guides; A-ve 'y .pleasant ,lOcation, near the 'DJepot.} ; \ Large.'we, n l lroom.e.' r
"March at td march x *
1 : we aright, '\' Grand f ;of the Bay. Y -

TheFertilfzeKHbuse: : t, .bf\pioiida\ ; : : \ : "Say"The but place the is word-reached Fort tomorrow Caroline Bight. Good Table: and vii Comforts of Home

l.fS-tMf' j aoksQny1Ue, Ficrit ..a.. "And all it.holds shall be thine." ,

CHASBillAKinhr i ;dgeataliiatni;1'C..M.STOWB r Agent,_Coooaint Grove. x 4 \ \\ AT 'VERY'' MODERATE .PRICES. I) .f
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; Don He knew Pedro.what smiled motive, and! Raymond Q1 approved' moved;; '; ,-I\I ,A quiet, delightful place "for famiUem. write t for terms, eta, to '_ \ .

: And knew what chase lot woman loved I-- ]\ :
Rs.'J0t-IN T. CAREY
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When others: shun the Bang'rous track ang27-ti g.sa < t. LEMON CITY,'FLA. "

; J 3\t\ ; tI I Ra\ilway.\ Through And. stout storm men falter and and! Bath turn;-'and back I perils; With tireless eye, I The soldier laid hit wearied form,'.\\ ;14- .

black f Now that: the promised hour;dre"'nlirht And 'stretched;[on"'Mother, Earth's wet
J isotulm ; The lover will pnrsae \ The hour so long desired when she ( : } "' .. \
; t& : ) THE 8HORTE8' ROOT \I :, His.veins aglow with Ii Did fire,, 1\ The guerdon of his toils should ben \: Slumbered[ or sought in vain to rest, r .'

, : Bis soul athirst withwid, ,desire II I No slorm too dark; no quest too,bard, bile storm winds still unceasing sweep. '{

THEOTJOH PUL1JIAN D1U.WINOtO >_ ,CABS DINING OARS,: That scorn.of danger ctp inspire; 7 For him; who sought that fair[reward: j( And rave above the warrior's [ e, ;
'; 'And energies that never tire ; : And silence id their mournful {
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1';" THO OTJQHFA E COACHES, VESTIBTJLED J ", His eager frame imbu; j ''izili \! Even the boding southern owl.Nor 1186Pt\\ r

,f TrAIN'SJ\ Nor will he leave'the quest undone I Wild was that march,..and rough the.ood,! did'the Spaniarda' pious !, : ..
Until the prize he seeks ia won; Still poured the rain ceaseless flood]:, i Tq holy Saints fail even there.
: + = NORTH EAST AND \yEST.TWO Ambition,avarice, hate may fail The storm winds roared-in angry mood, I ,
(|t l" But yet the lover will p evail.: 'And oft:,uprooted giant fell r: I. When dawned. i 11.DIY" ;
I Don Pedro knew the Gascon's fire Across their path; whose. ruins tell < morning the sullen sky
DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN ''FLORIDA AND' THE EAST. And Saw Da Vat's unta led desire The might of winds that rend amain' Told that the tempest still WM hiffhJDhe -- } '
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,'Would daring! dned inspire Where the ,hurricane
many a howla tropic
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!' And gallant feats of a'ms. /|l And all was pond,that eret'was plain t; And still the rain in torrents poured\ "
I t Washington, and Southwestern, Limited, r : i .", 'Tis well," be said,"thy\bought is. ,mine" ; Still tramped the drenched nbdannrted1ine And still i: the 'storm-winds' raved' and
Our drums shall beat,alarms; i {roared,\IV\\ t ?ifc \ .
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\ ;And. the United .States r" Mail. ,\ ;* \ -f And drove the tempest's net V _'-
c r.: >\ \ , "At once we seek Fort C arolinee; I\And through palmetto, palm and'pine;,, \ ".
With
the that
'And ere again t.he'suo loth shine .. And tangled' swamps where root, and all fury prersili f
,, ) City 21 OURS lAOXSOBVILLB' TO{ASHINGTOI... \j \, k I ; "The; scornful beauty sh ll be thine V De.t-} :. f [ -\ equinoctial' tropic g Je.. |i ']

L <' j I. l 'ONLY;'27 HOURS JAOKSOHVILLE TO NEWTOBL "And all her maiden c arma'",! ''And many a trailing bough entwine \II The But' yet, no tongue was heard in comflaiU.
joked
i And water,;mud and t'' Spaniards ,. :0
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u -< con\ x j I l "',Combine in slimy mass And ;dauntless sought the pathapin.Once .]\
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Ystttmled' '. Trains composed of latest ImproYed'11DAD Steeping and HoW' TAm. To dram beat and to tru pet'call.'That To stay their feet who fain would croMK i '[ more' they marched-oa through ihaV
lag Okrs through without chaaee'to Washington,Baltimore. 1 sounded through storm ,The treach'roufl foal.moraes Frain, .
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\; I rbllarUlpbla-New,York ana the East: 1 ', .(|\ \. Through forest dark and ponded plainV* ;-
The hastening Spaniards all With toil'and pain slow mate
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a way 1 '
t .' ; Through"swamp, and scrub, sad ,
\t t ;1 \ i<'" [And long battalions fo ie j r; 'Round many a bramble-bordered lake'' saw-. I
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THROUGH PULLMAN rjRAWIN.G--ROO'M'.SLEE I IG CARS BE-i\ Don Pedro chose five hen d men. Where flights fowl their footsteps wake \And grass bogs whose, swallowed'f\\ <
slime
bered ; ; near
From all were \ Or where the deadly rattlesnake
!-' }{rWEENiJACKSONVILLEANDNASHVJLLE.Tirou \ : I\' I\ } And,rations served gal, gave order then Lay hidden in the tangled brake; ' i jail I ; | /,. J]: '
:And( still with'the
: , : For Instant! march.preparePAnd To.strike whate'er might pace. they warmed' them : '
\ ,'f Jb Sleeping tars; Daily Jacksonville.,to -' '*f\t \ \ ,: tbo the i'orm raved dark an drear, And still they.tramped and sturdy there, Of, i tbought.l\ ;
'' '* And ceaseless) tain made earth a mere,' On through the haunts ofmany a bear nearing prey so hardly Bought { ..
1' { cinclnnati.via'Ashevme '-'
; : Through the And If'ome, grumbler 'gan repine, I
Thai order fell on willing tor, |;: By many crouching panther's lair
.. 'J' !\ >'LAND, OF THE ..SKY." : ;;i 1 And many a lusty shout and cheer '('And through the tall sawgrasaOr I Loud Some voices brutal passed adown the' line ''

:-: .: ., ' !:' l' Rose on the gtoo ny air; 1 t I .where the timid, startled deer, Of treasures fair'soldier-jest, and .f.
- T "T '*; sweets divine |
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Forvwhat was storm, or darkening day, Fled such unwonted tight( in fear.
Ford taft.diafbrmatfoa as to rates:,' schednlea, eleeping car rwerraUoos, eto., apply U .. That,waited,hi Fort Caroline I.Aconqueror's
Ujaontof the BoirrHXmBAn.w.AYorltsoaiuiectio&a '4. > = ,!l Spaniards; seeking promised prey. .
; I To rob, to ravish and to sly 't I behest; t
: The and the'fair?' And oft again tb = inclines Or praised the taste of Hssoon wine b '
helpless
L.'1..SHIPHIH Florida Paasl Agt. 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. : Or told bow gentle\ arms should twine. -' -1
To higher lands,through scrub and
pines
-I. M..OULP" |t '}. j W. A;'TURK. -."''S,' HARD WIOK, xxi." From '.wa\\ p to ridge, from ridge to; round the victor, like a vine, ,' \
tT ;;::7 t'n 'O@o.PM.Agt., .' ,. Awti, Ott*.Ban. I The tiger band, athirst for blood,: '.- swamp; I :And solace toil'won; rest.
., ,,4i "'_. . Dog. I.. .AUaaU daDisti Was led around Sebastian flood\ Backward and forth the ceaseless tramp On, on they tramped in hope to reach. p
tJ .I :' 'ttrr I And 'mid the gloom its long array From ridge'to marsh, and back again The' mighty! river by whose beach, :v- .

--- ; ...,..... '- Into the forest lW8 ed'away' Through miry bog.o'er flooded plain- \j' The IJuth'ran stronghold stood. :1
Led by Don Pedro's martia strides And all amid the pouring rain. :And eager for the coming /
{ I delight-
\ : at his the trem ing guide =. Knee-deep'savannahs wide they, wade To yield them all the sack's :f
: And bfnd .- ,
Z. <) .-= Three wretched Indians of Seloy,, .t Or won their way with bill and blade t 1"| And slack their thirst'for blood. '.: :>\ M r

Whom! thus their brutal lords employ, Wbereaaw-palmetto tall forbade. AU day they marched; bn\when the. 'ghli'Again f-
darkened into
w a '..OrdersPronip lea. To point the eeldom-troddefc! way \l Or\; scrub required the keen steel's aid- had' night. .
led be their bed
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heir Their fare agaiq.the well-soaked bread; : >
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Miami i Ice:Co..S.' N. ""Gladwin: I Mng'r. ;' ..: .' And 'mong the first scarce need prey u, r, Yielded to alIenahrondingai1ght;- ,-. Once' more their, weary limos were spread' \

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s be sure that the parties who act The Iiayor 'nd 1I(>lIsr8.1)for eand!Ic- :

TM all! Ietro o oIm.S as!,:bondsmen,Iover and are above worth all sufficient their legal' prop"ery exemptions -! Donaliconfer vith were Ci Appointed A. Merritt a (committee and Kev. E.to
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to make good any amount and V t Bla re. kman matter(to prepare for the illustrations"ding page: to be -Bank of nay ayne1:

;,- Entered 1 In at the second-class Postoffloe! ,';,matter.at Miami Florida, .. for wpich they are liable. takentomen ,y thecjty in the' South ,Florida \
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,''''' Take the ,casein Brevard county at r edition' of the Times-Union
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THE MOST SotrrnEBN NEWSPAPER 'PUBLISHED :! nroannr.Vf. Art informed. that., vervfew and Cit zeti \ I \ -
MAIN LAND I "-'f--r" - -" ---- --- -'l1ie' president' \, of Council wa" eni-' k MIAMI I FLORIDA.' \
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if' of the gentlemen who are : (
-1 THE UNITED STATKS. any' powder t9 hays two acres of the new t \i _
onjthe; bond of the county treasurer, city cemetery cleared. I ,boo OBA1'1ID UliDXB THE LAWS or FLORIDA., -
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fnbliibed by the East Coast Publishing. Com are\'wr.rtb anything over and above The Iln'ir'n3 requested t<) Correspond i \ \ r r

:J.. .. patty a Corporation.' .'. .; their [\homestead exemp'tJOIlS, ,and.a regard with to fire Ceraln\| ho( *e. manufacturers. :' ', \ \ f C-nnducts' a General Banking,

WALTER S, GRABAflEAtor\ ( large part of the Joss, ,shortage, or defl- WM. M. BROWNS;, '

I.. 1-" t.... :.0 4: .: j c its call t it what you.will, wills<'as'usual, Terminal Tidings.. :' .' PRESIDENT : Business.: ,Issues Drafts, on All ,
Subscription Rates. i : Parts of the 'Wo ld.I Accounts.Solicited '
One se.r.h..L.-;................._& <*> come-out of the taxpayers. : U'orknn the4 J new ,terminal is I progressing R. R. McCORMICK .
Six nouthe.-.L.:: .,....... ....;.:.. 1 wSinsle l A orti stringent laws, 'are needed; rapidly;t the entire pile work ''vICE-PMSlfJUT. and Every Favor Con
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copies.?: 'h. : 03 is completed,,and the carpenters are at CHARLES H. ; \
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the bondsmen,are't'81thy men GARTHSIDE.CASHIER:.
a, Foreign. .ub criptioni W cents extra. to cover ever I, II work dbwn the when sistcnt With Conservative: Bank I
ting flooring
1 :postage.i *" . _ it i is by,no means certain that, the bondis pu : \ Extended.S' .'
i ", finished the I main dock will _be TOP feet ins ,
,'the properly executed. It is not, improbable long at'0); feet wide and will be avery I -- ', .
The, Metropolis, it for Sale at Following : : : , .
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Agencies: that the bondsmen may refuse soim structure as evidenced by r '
,A.''.Cotter Cooo not Grove,Fla to tnak\ good the shortage ,unless compelled the nutiMjriMi? piles\ and .the heavy timbers - ::1! c; nJcis1f6 T ENrr: \: '!' ,
,Fla '
liros.Vct Palm Bench }
i I Anthony u-ffl in iu construction In addition '
1 !semnellleteher'MIamlrlL to do so after long drawn out "
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r h C. M C.reer, Miami,Fla. to this thr entire area under; the Seaboard ,National i l B.inkj, NewYork.Nat'l :
r' Kef VI eft New*Co. Key west, Fla. legal proceedings, and the lawyers may dock wiJIJtw filled\ in with rock, ..maki Bank '
ofijacksonville Jacksonville.-j] J'
find'some\ technicalities. which willrender i ing it Very 'substantial, durable 'and :
r I should be addreised and' I \
All eomiionicatlohs impregnable to the waves'of the > _
a.l'i1l"J'hav
the bond void. : "t : FOREIGN CO
all checks,draftslrnoney order and other re- CORRESPONDENT: S .
driven at the north "
'; ,mittattrva TilE fcAST innile! peyst.le COAST PUBUsniSG to > COMiami. I I' It isjonlya few years since Dade's end upon I been!will be placed the old Knauth', NacHod and Ktl ne, -' New York.. '

;' .... ", Fla |county reasurerdeveloped a shortage; freight w ,rebut, which will be used<< .,
; 'every few months we hear of some city until the compltttuU of the large new \ .

111H, FLORIDA. ;'FRIDAY. OCT. 15, :189.K ?. treasurer who is behind,and frequently, building to be located, along, the south' : Elegant I Iron Vault and Bnrglar-FroofSafe(| With Triple Concussion Time Loch,
end. A Urge force of hands have been r ,
'"""' ----,,-, of tax collector. The law should be < I ,
1 a \ engaged in cleaning'up the groundsfur l-tr-ha' \ of Jhe Most ,imoroied Make.. k .
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3 | a circular letter under date of the amend so as to secure the public the passenger' ) depot which will l be '

4 |-10th (which), by'Jibe way,'was Sunday; ), against oss. just' past- M tlu'1"----> :HniilxvnrilThri:- --., bid...- . \ : "
W1 G-j Powell announces the enforced What have said in" 'to depot wa removed' to the; site thJ'wet"k 'f': -
we regard coun-
; this work j 1 has been done uhder -E. L.BRADY CO
his &
suspension of news letter from the ty and State official, bonds also applies the supervision of J.6. Pope the \\bOs \\ :mGroceries -
# Capital and; state that' he has just returned to criminal bonds. A crime is frequently carpenter of the '\'constructive department -

a '. from another unsuccessful visit Committed and the criminal under E. Ben Carter.Mr.. Pope
'" Grain and
,' to Jacksonville. Henceforth; many of arrested' and allowed his freedom on is an expert in hi" line; he took this Hay, .
heavy slate roof! building,, weighing} Gard8lseed.
brrthtt'D' of, ;the preS3WJll, have to
our in few hundred dollars '
giving a Mond a ; 33 tons, and moved it nearly a mile
get along Without the aid of Jlr.,Pow- ,he' skips' Jind when court convenes the without crocking pi* misplacing a state' '

11,.and omit:"Our Capital. ,Letter,by a judge orders that the bond be forfeited; or opening jointlii'thetimbers; I he MIAMI AGENT FOR. MAPEff r FERTILIZERS. *
also! performed tile difficult task of 1"
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: Speciaj'Correspondent.: but wllo her heard of anybudyibeingcalled moving the larg! 'water tank to Jthe .. ; t \!
fp ,...... ... 1, upon to make good a criminal, west side of the rackto make rpom I We call the attentioq!\of the people ]of Bay Biscayne ,to our[stock'of Staple sand
', \ 1 bond j Possibly'they -are- >ccasionall)|! for the uy' which\ connects the main Fancy Groceries, FrnitJHiul Food Products of all kinds; also our stock of Grain
SHALL THE CITY BOBROW track with ijlie one! going down to the Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed" Meal, Ground Food'and Wheat.
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enforced; \ a rule, the giving,! terminal. "lie ,tank was moved over We are the only house on Bay"Biscsynq dealing exclusirely fn'the above line of
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All iialifled cfity electors, who own bonds in criminal cases is a farct:1::1 in the shor of two hours and goods We buy cloee,and tilt sell close.. lye invite yonrcorreepondence and solicit

& real esfcatU in the city of Miami' will .The'city1, .of Jacksonville has, had so:: with hardly a space scratch on it. your patrouage.. Very tnJy, '_ E. ,L. BRADY CO. 1lyifMIAMI ,

be called upon to vote at a,aide,election, i much'trouble with official bonds that it I The passenger: depot 'whenj complet- ; '. : 'I -- ;;-

'to be heldlfln pctober 25th, one week 'has finally provided that all official will beaver hand ,neone; 40 feet will I J

from next; Monday,'to decide' : whether ,bonds hail' be,made by,an approved be added to he presentbuildingandanornamental -
tow 'r It erected: in| the cenlitihg -
--; the city shall\ or;shall not be empowered surety;J guarantee and indemnity' com- tre. Two Yo' ,: rooms will\bK fitted 1 0"0"n'

) to!'borrow 3NWO .to provide,fire pany. excellent idea. The ,up, one for he whites and one for the ..
protection,,trees lights, some satisfactory expresscompanies always require theiragents colored, tOIl t rooms' will be'_ put ia\\ r
sanitary service,and other necessary and a large'agga g room will occupythe
andlemployees\ furnish bonds .
to I west end!, A will be '
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:- ..:,t improvements., ,_ Vfe feel confident securedby! ome responsible guarantee SMX. feet loh2 eaten trig aI0112'the'lIid 1 TI V t. I

that all yrW have' looked into the matter ' surety: { y cbmpanya If the State, law of the track to Avenue E, 300 feet of -
will tas;their votes itftbe.affirma- contained such in which will be covcrtd',. \ ?
<< a provision regardto llS1lltSS ann K Inenoe\\ \ Lots
'. tit e. ,A 1| majority' of all votes cast ia Statejj#county and,municipal officers, The grounds to the boulevard around the will depot be hand-extending S !

a require&toauthorize! ; the Council" to the'public' monies would ,be safe; I\nd. somely laid out with flower beds surrounded j, '
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borrow. money Remember" :it is "not" aside from this,it would operate indirectly i- by,a grassy lawn; a'' shaded \
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proposed) to'issue bonds, but simply tc tol the great benefit of the people walk will'extend frotnjthe\ building '
: ' \ : the entrance An tith It i is expected A.EKINGSLE\4.
Council St1 \
borrow $$,006 which ,the hopesto ,] because, only men of at least fair that everything' will,be in readiness in A
be able tO ray back at the end of one character Would be able to qualify' 'for about MX we ks and until that time ,

or two years. 'tMr' Flagler'has signified office, and our offices would, be filled passengers will be (deposited at the General Agen 'for: Mrs. Julia D: Tuttle..

a ;willingness l ',lend the city: the with'a better grade of amen 'than' at I freight station. : i i, ''I I '
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amount required at 0 per cent, per annum present.I., 'I., 1\ l'I ; Prices From- t :; Per

y, ,.payable! Jn: one and two years. .A guarantee company will not\act as I'' Post 'e"cation.. $50 to $1,000, Lot, According to Location. ;
It io |'t would be shortsighted Considerable agitation has been
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seems" us very go-
property surety fo*!,every Tome, Dick and Harry:, ing on in the ( 'ty,|th|s'week'! over the \ RAILROAD FARE to Miami over,the Florida Past Coast Rail wajwill be refunded -
on the i part:of .the but he mint]be of good moral character ' location of the new postoffice. Being, to each pnrcbaeer,of a'to'| provided purchaser,will 'produce receipt. for web
owners, if the fail to empowee,the cityto and Java clean record, running now a third-class office;,the regulations tare, which receipt will be received as caab\ ':in bart payment for lot.OfE.ce \
secure what money ia needed on such require that i in shallbe! located in i'
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back for at least ten As it is at : v
years. M aim. ', 1"
4 terms., r building by iteelfi Postmaster War-, : .
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reasonable presenti: isj possible for a "political j
: ; I ner has contra ted for) the erection of a'
I, : ... .' I, bu nt'to be elected to office despite his building, to, be) used for that purpose,
t general Clara ter of\being addicted to on ,the\corner of ,Avenue C and' 12th HOTEL MIAMI

THE 'HUGUENOTS., i' liquor andt\gaming, and he tot street. A petition was .(circulated the
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first of thexweek to tFla.
the poitoffice authorities \
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Iq this issue we' present our readers get up. something which' looks like'abond ot" i
a Washington asking that
S \ with the Fourth Canto of an 'orighiapoem which. !is accepted, such. A, the office be allowed toj remain where it -

entitled "The Huguenots.." The guarantee (\company would not furnish now is, or in the immediate neighborhood. i \ , ,
' story'(; is romantic1! and veryjnterestingjnd a bond forisuch a man after i'it !investigated A -COUll ,\r.Jet'H'on( wlss I (hen Chase 84..IH.rn yJn.suran.oe. .
5'y :' in our .opinion' contains] much \ started, to the authorities, for permission \
his character. Hence the '
to remove it) to'Uhe' :contemplated : :: : ......... '
l'm rit. -The consists of slx cantos amendments whichwe\ .. J- \
poem to the law, ug- new location. Both,petitions received 1 :- ,
\ The aoenelojt the first two cantos 'pest, would, indirectly result in securing numerous signatures ab
,is laid., in Frane1and: the action'of the officers1' oft,\ better character than warded to Washington: Mr.: II. M.FlaglerwaswrittentoIb :

tr last'four covers' Ibe East,Coast of Flor' the general throughout the \parties, Interested ; : : THE- \

; ida. It Veaves: \ a'' romance about 'St. State at pr sent.T average., ". and,, a telegram,as to his from ndividualpreference ili&t; jhwtlemanJoseph Penn Mutual .Life, Fidelity .tt1y; and, U' Leading Firr; Companiw

Augustine>and we believe will add very was received by A. McDonald, \ S '
Special ratea on dwelling for three and five
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t much to tlik i interest of .the word| at, stating that "he had, no jcliou-e In the property yean. \ I"
; \' h.large in. that \.lpswrlc\ 'ancient! city. e its Council matter':but only Jeered the Postoffice k ,.At.s4 RESIDENT AGENTS FOBHALL'S ,
I to be located where-it Id ',the
wo serve I ,
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The poem, we believe, ifl destines ,to Held a meeting on Wednesday night best'interests of iaiiti."'' This reply SAFE AND LOCK CO',

live, and, if bublished, !in i 'an attractive' to order payment of warrant to F.jW.Hahn' is characteristic f MrF agler in, all ; And.broken, in r Fertilizers; and Fertilizer Material., J'I I
form and properly illustrated,'we,believe \ for building the colored public his dt'alin'Wlth our city While lavishly r ' I :
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; t : school and transact other business. Z7CT. 3R. ZT.A R TE \: Totajcy*: Stata;,at age
the with
; providing city "
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<,\ will make the,,East Coat of Florida many ; "
"' The president and clerk were requested improvements, aid plays g it, as it t-'J-l'" MIAMI.* FLORIDA" j. '\
classic grounjl s it with:more, !and I empowered to execute a ,were, 'on a par with l many !Ider cities,.
",.',historic interest than it has heretofore lease, on behalf of the" city, with the ,in metropolitan f aturetl l e has never '

,possessed,and stimulate a desire in the, Fort Dallas Land Go., for the lot upon allowed his'private inter? s to Inter- -1\ THE NEW hearts of'thoosaod:'of readers'to" visit which the jail building is situated, for fere with the Ken ral welfare of Miamior \ .
1. five years,at rental of $84.48, the best good of men
the spots w 'poeln. scenes related in_ which 6 pet cept. on the-price of the and.citiz@ Js. I' itsjbUsiness ; 12th"Street, wee of.Paaeenger Depot.

: .S :this beautiful :occurred., We re lot and cost of the buildingThe city I"
that our\ 'sp.ace: will t also has the-'right' to pi re'ia e the lot -
onlppermitthe
gret 'TobaJc F"air.
; BreadBaked
The Lake Cit
and building;!at any time during the ; Fres' sienna, -
:.publication-ifone!: \cantobut the term of'the Peas at the price of the We' have the fo iow 'ni\\'' etter\from II Home Made, '

I ;poem will, po :doubt' ,be'pUbUshed, in lot and c costofttbe\ building. The price J. E. Ingrah .m, lad coil issi.oner of .
f\book form for the jeoming'season.. The of the lot was!! $600 and the1 building the Florida'East oast HanwayV .,_ Graham,11 :

r ;\.METROPOLIS_ ha*' )teen honored by,the sized cost fS structure 8.F'The-j jail building is a good- trust comb of our rVa'dersWill] take an dailyandPe,!rered Free,to any part of town.
two-story, the first interest_ in the matter anflsend
author' with:,the pr,vilegeof! presenting. floor being used as a jail,and the upper some good specim IS. T iy trouble up is Rolls,Buns, Cak 8.Pit>s. Ererytbing first-class. Specialty of fresh confection
a an extract l!row the,,poeoV: for,the_ ,_ first floor* as ai council chamber'and clerk's very slight and c considerable benefit and nnts I have one' of the most modern and first elaae Ovens Picnic and excursion
: ,time in print.L' 1 1. I office. and for] holding mayor's court. may' result from la proper exhibit parties furnished on short' ;
.f ; ,/ f 1t I The rent;which is about *7 a. month. from South Dade being on hand: notice.ADAM 'M4YER, Proprietor'f
j is therefore very reasonable.: '"ST.' \rGcg" INE"FL.4.

j 1; \ OFFICIAL:.BONDS'I : of D. W. Merritt presented' a statement' '1 "Dr.: W. S.: Graham Miami i Fla.i"jjcar nll'.Eero u ncrer mber det I>r deliver>t. everything'free"of.b.rge.OJ ,, ,Remember, tbe* plmce, ,'12th Street'- ,-Just!ti j i wed* ,f
) the amounts paid out by him ,
on -
account sir -----
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The. sensation v htch; attended .the of ) lic., school building; exhibit of tobacco" for, the} Lake City j '

shortage: jntheacrounts;, of C. B.. Gollins .- and a list of bibs, remaining to be paid. Tobacco Fair, and, incideftt lly desireto Practical Mattress'Maker
t State treasurer; daritigthe session Council adjourned'until last'night to show some interesting!\ things, in ,

1., k \ of the legislature: \ ,a\] few months ,take. Merritt final action j on' 4 .the contract withMr. :: the that way will of,sugar-cane,rote, COC );UlUt8. tic.the, ,A- G'o'o'n WINI! ,I I Atenn :I>, opposite HotelS ; :Miami

a'go, and the;,shortage.of offer ten thousand Hon. F. S. Morse}president of Coun- tropical nature convey. of the i4ekof, vi- -S' ',A1I kina of_ Mattresses({hand and
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} [ dollars, ;., In"tb'e) 'accounts,., of'Brevird's cHi; was appointed committee one) cinity'of Miami i | ; "I '' in made to (>rder Particular care taken
remaking Mattresses.'
county.treasurer,last t week, has to attend':to having the official ballots 'Mtv. B. Manly Moodier wh : printed for the city election on October :vi-Mted Miami fo nd soine tobacco Second-Hand 'Gqods Bought, and Sold. \I
provoked of LL
commentj.froin\
many ourJpeopltfin
I 25tb. ;, 41]\ growing wild,. pn sec ious ;16( and 22 of 28julftfHE i I 't | y
: ,re moneys; the innecurity'Ipf The members] present were Messrs. township 53, range I 41. lie thinks : i
'the, people's .\ :.Official! -'bonds Morse,'McDonald,Budge and Graham. that some of the land] there'si as goodas
should 'be very closely:scrutinized be- Messrs. Brady 1! arid Brown were not any in the State, fbr tobicp grow, L.. S'I'TRGr-IS
,fofe:'approval '|'and 'those, :who In'the city and Dios un&'oid.ablT'absent'j ing. 'I 1 s ,
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with are being engaged out on the \\I "I should be plea ed ttn\(have _you' .Miah t I int.hiness 12tb Street ;Minnl80ajpr87lybl
charged the-duty of approving In' the'(Bay assisting: in- give us your aid, in obtaining'samples!' Sathllei'y l. ho '

city' bonds should' lW:made to realizetbtir getting its machinery; ; .in' perfect, work pf tobacco, either wild 'or ,cultivated;' ( .

x great. resPonsibilitY'Ind refuse ,ing order.. : I '< .. grown ,near Miami, and other ; |1. P g er, De i
>to,1 -aoyibonW;; .,which not At the meeting last night it was arranged specimens of plant life, that tbipk I Fine Harness Work a specialty
approve are ,
that final payment"'be made to would enhance,the"'*_ ant; lint ur ex- \ All repairing, Neatly Done\ i '
y :food beyond'ail quest! on.i.That.. is,theyt D.W.Merritt for the school hibit1 1r 1 .... ', ; :
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r acid d sioners met last! Aeek the crash 'j 1, set -" i
plenty of potash and phosphoric ; came. 1887 1O YEARS ESTABLISHED .
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it will,:not take many to grow bushels l Uimen-al Sympathy expressed for '
J and bushels of them; a potato grown Geo. F. )ur?n,4 ho has many friendsin The Magnolia; Grove and Nursery Company
1 on our bandy lands is far superior to Miami; he goes down in the smashup ,
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one grown on clay muck'or marl ; its of the firnVT>f I iiren &!; Feaster., ''
i Ii' TEkE515Y4'1 !i iWp HEL 'EFIEP, MARION COUNTY, FLORID ,
quality is one hundred per cent supe- Mr. Durtjn his! gentleman, of frugal '

\ "' rior;! try: 'it. habits, II Rly I moral, Character and pa- base a choice. selF<>.n of t' .
tient ind stry rind will no doubt geton
b ,t .' CALLKRS.I his feet'main\iii the course of a few Budded Oranges, Lemons ,and Grapefruit Trees ,
LI t'' : tlePkip, Col.I J P.J Lo\ett has employed(

made Y\\i\us old'a time pleasant scribe call, (during Featherly!the,) ;him years.to manage'' tlteiotore\ for 'the'p'res- ,'I. /'75,000 Trees in, :Nursery ,Form '\ ,', .
BY JAJIES A. PINLPostmaster ent. ,
Gro\e. ,week i lie was looking:well and wanted I \ \ I __ This section has never,been Infested with the "WHITE,FL Y'' the stock l#clean and
Ht Cocoanut some for his kitchen garden L' I healthy and equal to/anT/ Itttbe SUte. Great cat Has been exercised inprorurtDr
plants ; Ii' and selecting budwood, tat eschvariety would prove true!to.name. VARIETIES:
I Short, practical!articles on this subject are We we're glad to be able,to supply: him. Parson Brown. Boona's Early Flnc ppl-,Sanford>j Med, Jaffa.Paper Rind St.Mitchel -
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solicit b> theAo-icultural Editor and should Si\ la1 \ \ S; 1 W OODS ,St. Mitchel Bloodk' Hart's Trdlff or Valencia Late, Klnir.TanK r G; be addressed-to bum at Cocoanut Qrore4 l' Orange Joaselyn.Walters end Seedless PomelojVlll* Franca,' Lltbori and Cirney
''Tbe(Duke of Dade is:nothing if not / "Sicily"Lemon. Cap also furnish prices on full line of Deciduous stoci. Trees d.- r
,. pleasant and agreeable; one of his livered at all points/on/ tht East CQal'I; \ ;

'S..W 'Palmetto sad its Vies brightest smiles beamed upon "us!'! the TO;THOSE CONTEMPLATING,SETTING OUT LARGE GROYES OF SEVERAL THOUSAND TREES' ..

The following extract from a .letter other day as with outstretched arms, Motion to, s olve tne Injunction; and I will tire my perennal'assistance,'it required In superintending the planting' out of
;,recently received from, a gentleman in he presented a basketlwith .Nature's I Receiver stock sold from oar nursery //I J. Ir
\Test Florida Will prove,:interesting i lovely 'handiwork within; Mowers, Discharge the Denied.!r, We invite all to inspect our stock and ret pri'a before purchasing elsewhere. Catalogue .
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reading to those who think the; native bright Mowers bearinglsweet incense, i \ : after,October 15th. 'ADDRESS (\ t.
productions of permeating our, postoftlce den and I 4 1 f F., D. WAITS
wild-growing \ \ ': ,
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'Florida are of no value. lie says; Mrs. P.iM. luxuriating for days 011 the WOODS ALLO S AIN POSSESSIONOF i) ( \ yocllst3moho
"Yours received, but I have" een1too beauty Land sweet scent of the handsome 'STOCK" I 1 I i', Manager.,
THE \ OF ,
I 1 busy getting"off my last shipment of gifts\,thanks, my Lord. '\ LIQUORS '
ON GIVING -
h caw palmetto berries to answer sponer. \ BOND.!. ; 1
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;I have just,sniped ,1214 lbs to, Wisconsin ; \Mi BARGAIN-" I '
and ,bought 43 bushel for anothar BREV D'8 COUNTY ;TREASURER.He :: \T1 ,
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house'When I buy I pay 23 cents per ---- The Testiony Wat Very Con41etinr.1 \ \\B: rmcrc a11orJ .,

I bushel for the berries, but this year Turns\iupfSIiort Between: Ten and Twelve : \\1 i I Is \ ;
the price bas been' low. My wholein- Thousand,Dollars, --rr, s Pants, made to order right here for $3.00.' 6oits for $15.00. Guaranteed ,to fit or ;
: f '
I come is'!] from the I saw 'palmetto and A 'motion was made before Judge : money; ;:refunded. t ... '.
have au do yet,'\make it a, study: It Broome of !ssimnieel\.'last, Friday, to AB., SAFRANEK & 8ON\BaJtiCDor| Tailors, Chase Building.. {.
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\is useful; in various ways;-every: part; There is considerable excitment, atTitusville"in dissolve the injunction in this case and 15oct-tf,1,smo , . I I 4'' \ _

is of,valu ; it is the poor man's friend regard to the shortage\ discharge the receive! Half a dozeh '
:
and the! most valuable plant in ,the submitted the party of men' from Georgia who to
j ; appears exists ,in the ,accounts affidavits were submitted in ,support; been positive manner -, are ,
South. It-is''of. more value to Florida .oGArthl1r.'r.I Feaster the County I of the motion 'to theeffect\! ; that Peter : in which,; the partnership ,is Work at the Cedars, the fine plantation. '''

,than all her pin;,timber and orange .Treasurer. The deficit is said to be 'Swanson had deter[teen! looked upo, affirmed on one side and just as po> ol'J.Jennings. The theft tyspent the ij.;
trees. .. \j' in the neighborhood of ten thousand or recognized as a partner irr the firm tive1y"denied',by the other night at the Inn, and were transported ', ,
# One acre of good palmetto will,produce dollars. This startling-fact: cam.e, to of Woods & CoL' liquor dealers at North) Matters will probably remain as they to the scene of t their "coming1 "

from $50.00 to 250.00 a year landaU light at the monthly meeting of the ,Miami, but'thai he had, been employed are until the, pleadings? are made up J labors. i
the capital needed is labor. It have Board of county Commissioners whichwas simply as cler, night; watchman, and, and the evidence'prepared for a final Capt. Geo. D. Roberts'of' Nashville, / iioo--;
often made 5.00, 15.00 and even $20.00 a held to sweep ou$'th e place etc. These affidavits hearing. This may 'consume several Tenn. who has recently located in thissection :
4 'day gathering ,the berries, 'with the The' lawyers are having a picnic; were made byr\\? 'm. NWoods, months. Woods, is represented by was out fishing ''on the bay ;?

b half of, my' family. The large"'rootsmate Judge }I.i S. Jones, of;Titusville; is the defendant, and by Geo. W..Pierce, Sanders & Atkinson and BeJp-: last Monday and 'distinguished himself :*
I a flesh :and bath brush without representing the county treasurer;. his white bar-tender, Elijah Meredith Palmer, and \Swanson by Robbins & by hooking the) largest fish that -_};

'any equals and is good, for any purpose Beggs, and _Palmer,of Orlando, were his colored ba -tende'r| Henry Owens?, Graham. has been* caught here for 'Some time. tit'
where a brush is .n t>-ded. ,The' pulp hastily to represent the the colored manSvbq runs. the restaurant i; 1-.s-l.i i ii It) was a monster: nurse aha k,measuring _

chips and refuse will furnish an extract county .c commissioners and Judge in cinnectipn with) the premises, \i Mail From Linton.I 10 feet, and 6 inches :fnj length and ', e;
equal to oak bark,for.tanning leather; Beggs arrived on the ground for that and Thomas J Baker a (disinterested { weighing 182 lbs,'and led him quite a' ::JI
4, ,the leaves make a fibre,which, for,mat- purpose la4t Saturday night from Kis- white witness. These. affiants swore 1- LI: TON,, FLA.,Ottf 4,J.891. chase for a while but at1! last the cap

I trass-making, is:the best fibre in the simmee, where; the circui court was positively that Peter\ Swanson was not, Editor)UamDI METROPOLIS: .October\i iSiBiIn tan succeeded in tiring him' out:and ,
,
1 world, bejng the most healthy durable In, session last week. and never' had I been, a:\partner in ,the your issue of 1,1 landing him in thejboat. The fish ;is t '
.' ndclean.l3inceIcdmmencedusingiGle Judge Stewart' of DeLand, came in firm of Woods&|Co.,,liquor' dealers,and hink' \you rather]\ ]t me that sometimes found iti the Gulf qf'' Mexico .f;
; made 150 mattresses and sold them train' 'LintonvX ogic" did not reach you be. and the species to be "I
l on the sam with'Ju ge' Beggs; that their knowledge*; was based on I < are getting ,t;
attfcpo each There!are plenty of acres Stewart represented the 0" Bo' Rogers their intimate acquaintance with the ore the 21th.. I\ ', I quite rare-in those waters;\this is the >:
in'FlorTia-which| whmake from'oneto Cot:,;of Jacksonville, creditors of the affairs of the concern and ad admission The 'Jaeta of: the matter are: The first one seen around here) The bide 1r:
two andipe-half ton of fibre to the firm of,Doren &; Feaster, which is involved made to them by Swanson to the effect etter was posted in ample time,which i more valuable than that.uf'; : the :
acre. And' f&a can form your ;own In the matter v but'Major Lovett, that he had no interest $Irt the business. the dale of the postmark will\ show; poi=e for tanning purpoaga : por'i
1 opinion of thine of the roots;- the of Miami, traveling representative of The motion to' dissolvelthe\ injunction but u'' the train uasverj, late that meat! will be used as,, a fe

;:large roots every' Tfot. in,length makes the-Bogers Co., happened to be at Ti- was contest d on behalf of Swanson week (passing,; here at 3 o'clock one Mr Peacock's_ farm. I -t

eight, ,brushes wortu &' cents a dozen tusville\,last,Friday and did not wait and support by the affidavits of morningand ftet 4 the next), th'eJr.all Housekeepers' Clubbed' d'lts : !
t ".wholesale, and '\'retail 1&;lO, island 20 for ti arrive but succeeded in e en get ':after Gghlfnglmosqui- reg-
\ any lawyer ) Swanson himself and of il\ >. E. Mooney, 'Tte ... on Thursday The after-
t cents each; with, my preselHwfootpowft securing his firm in good' shape,before W. M.'Knight, and W.1Anderson; toes until 1 ,clock a. m., gave it up .0 lF 'I
IwF \ being, threatening, \the attend-
I turn ouS'.IOO"t and mailwas
can jrushesa : Judge Stewart: arrived'hence\ the these gentlemen swore positively,that went home consequently ante usual.
-- was not so large The
as A
day ready; far drying;:or flvewvsixdoze'n exchanged'for a couple of nights.
',
latter had nothing- to do. Woods had told them on various occasions ,
compete,:; Tarnished and ,af?*" Col.. D. L.' Gau den, of Titusville is that:the fifth- of Wood s'i' A,Co.wascomposed As vre have nb\ telegraphic ommu-I I fins ce ,audit committee of the, made'a most satisfactory -
.. NoW; here is.a';;poor mari with a:;family Skirmishing ground in the interest of of Wm.N. and Peter nicat ion\\with'tie outside to -J treasurer's accounts .

1, of four to support,: making a good living Fled F., Taylor.owner of the Hotel Swanpon., The a Woos Charles H.Garthside form us at what]time the train\ would' aa the Mrs.neat Peacock balance prdudly'of an.noudced in I'

from what is considered" an unmitigated IndiittRiverwhich: has been operated cashier of the Bank of 'Bay arrive, if\; is ra her \hard to expect a bank;. The club cleared f'more$120 than
1 nuisance by ,nearly_every one in to :sit; all night, especially at I
for'tile under mUted man up
past fewyears a case | Biscayne, was a so, -su ; tlm ; dollars
their
forty at October
the State. lie wantsla) partner with a by "Duren\&i t Feaster; "'"Mr.Taylor's gentleman made oath that the firm of :this timeWf,thelyeat, when thj! "Fest T. At this Can'dYII]
entertainment
'' Mrs. H. J
little money )o put up some buildings. ,claim'for,ba ctrent is abouH6Jo.! Woods &' Co. had opened account i t tives" are abroa in the land. I\wouM chairman
Ian
of ,the
| Trap was refresh-, :
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\, J a&d the neccessary'! machinery, and ]I Bobbins & Graham were on the With the Bank 'Ma1113,11800' and also beg to infor you that we are not men '
start What would no doubt,be a,payingi 'I ground when;! the f clone began and had continued same\ until the 23d'oflast in the "habit of' elayingmail,matter" Mrs.| Peacock committee Mrs.and was assisted and, Mrs.by ,:J.
business and furnish work to numerous at, this office: 1 {\ \ Shone
represented 'an River State month tha thea count
several was ,
; Arch r.- :Mrs. Alfred Peacock had
\
hands, gathering berries and palmetto Bank and 'of"ie gentlemenwho and the fours very!rt'specttul1r,
opened first.deposit made, on, of the and' :
I fibre and roots I Will furnish'the ad- were,onl the,bond dt: he',county behalf of Woods &|Coo\ bi pet r Swan-r .. F. W. HAPMAN, P:. M. charge viell-deserved candy reputation: 'forsweetness.sustained her "I'

';dress:to anyone 'wanting, I'to correspond -- treasurer.' We.under8tand ,e"'bank son. Mr. ,GartbsMe als ''swore that ,, There seems to have' been some ex-t' She was' assisted by'Mrs.'Arthur) Saun-

.|1. with him. has been fully secured and the):bonds. during, all {the time Wc4ds&lCo.\ had cnse for delay in'the mail from Linton ders who-' boiled! :the the ,
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-' 1 men are awaiting the Developments. an account with his Bank, from May during the}week ill which the \washout ialf. The ladies transacted some .
.
Flower bulbs Just,t received; hyaclntbs The bond 'is (at Tallahassee;' f.c f 13,1896, to Septem er 23,1897he| had occurred up ,the Iroad. There was no important ''business: The secretary :t. I

} ,;Chinese sacredflily,\tulips etc,' has no doubt! reached''Titusville,before, !al way a' looked upon Petei* Swanson as means of ascertaining*; when the,train read 4; letter,'' from F. S..(Morse," '*"
1 :j just received, ,Pine's ]the postmaster; this time.;\ The Rer.[W. N. Chaudoin, rtner in the c ncern ,ahd had al- might be expected, and it,would hardly acknowledging the receipt of the news .::
; 125 pounds of Beauty'and 25 pounds, of of LaGrange, lion the bond for 3.000 wii' supposed that)the firm''of Woods ,be reasonable lor. the mail messenger of'' his \ibeing the winner of 'the,' five,
1" Stone tomatoes:just'! arrived; carrots, Andrew Froscher, of LaGrange f2.000 &\\Co. of.wm N. woods
as
compose to,' remain continuously on \the acres of land, and saying he would be r :
)onionsturnipand' cabbage;. Beans by Geo. W. Schobie, of Titusulle, for. and'Perec Swanson and that/ he 'the barrel Ito 15 .
soon arrive; pounds $2.000, Chas rE .Kenyon, of Titusville, any tmjjg have] honored a check I 'the '
r- | the facts as they came to U8 and\are hoped would! again make'eighty ;
.
seed iti h :
\
, , potatoes.Prospective I for $1.000, Chas. T. McCrory, 'Of Titus drawn by p'r.Sw neon, in the name glad,to give;'the same publicity to,the dollars: on it. A vote of thanks was
'Settton. ville, for $1.000, and there are others. of ,the firm, for :tbtl whole amount ofthtneposit explanation of the postmaster.-[Edit tendered him by the club. After some
t| \Vhen.th: '\writer, left Titusville}" last '= t J METBOPOLIS.. discussion It the Club
We are receipt, oi letter from or wes vpted.by to,
:} a Monday, the, commissioners had not Affidavits by Judge II. :Ml Asheton, \ 1\\ present the aforesaid five acres to Mr.II .
parties Illinois, whywriteas'folowa _- yet decided, what'course to pursue in T.G. Ryan and 8.JOPatterson were '
at
,,C. Budge, to be disposed of the,
} ""I -' the matter. but were waitine, until A also read to the effect that Wm. N. (111111II( AND IR LIGQUS! XOT'I best '
nn advantage, and the proceeds given
: "I the;METROP1 '
| notice your name in' : copy of the Bond arrived. Woods had sworn positiveTJMLt a' trial ,
1 to the road fund. The ladies felt
". OLIS,and) write you 'fur informationabout' The Treasurer' was arrested last'Saturday in the Justice Court],held the of this bare eslreto ;
\the.EastCoast. 'I am going to atIiamion EDITED BY K, "*. BLACKUAN., importance roads
this *
; ;but wes allowed )liberty upon" September 21 last, bat| \, in its Mn.Haden .
,. ,\ Florida to spend the 1 winter, and perhaps :Major|Love'$t depositing $2.500 to I Woods & Co. was co posed'of' himself Pastor of Methodist Episcopal1\Church, Miami. assist\made\ a pleasant address;on thei.

make a permanent home. 'I have, secure his appearance; at,two ,p. ml r on I and ''Peter.Swanson; (this was' in a'certain1 Divine services tt ,the Catholic "Necessity of .,Living Up ''to Rules in
,
for five,tears, kept myself posted on Tuesday last.v| .. case in which m.NOOda andPeter :
Florida and own ,lots;and laud, on the The,firm ate\,' pureni &' Feaster 1 has I Swanson trading as C artners! Church on next Sun ay will be as'.follows the, Club.i' After,, the usval pleasant
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I'West Coast but> too far, from the rail- : Holy ,\Mass wit congregational battthe adjourned.! ( .
executed a;,bill] of sale of its ,stock, of under the firm nam of Woods & Co., f .
;road, for,:me to be satisfied to live there; goods to the C.I B. Rogers Co. were\,plaintiffs,and 1. G. Ryan was de- ,- singing, at 91 a. m.; Sunday J I I . r -
'\then I have wintered at'DeLandtiVin-: Arthur T.il}! t r aster: and Geo. '',,F. fendant; n, judgmen against Ryan school at 3.30 p. m., and recitation of A1Pleasant Occasion., *\
ter: Park and other places,, but since Duren have secured the 'Indian River having been rendered on the testimonyof the .fofJowed.by Benediction, of The ,L'; .
reading, about ;Miami 'land Cocoanut l the Blessed Sacramebt ,aC, 4 p. 'm. Hotel Miami was the scene1 last '
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State
Bank\wlt\" \mortgages upon th ir ,Wm. N. Woods. , i of delightful
j Monday evening, a
standard I 1 very
Grove am'thinking. of those ,places. time.4t \\
Ij individual lionies frdm '
'pro'PertY'and/ It 'will be seen the above that \ "
gathering, the occasion "an! im '
:Are there anyetreet8.with' fine, reel- Titusville. If the bond of The third quarterly kneeling the | being -:
the county the testimony in rega d to composition -
tlie\\ dance in honor of Miss Amie
1 .,dences and any'lots, eligibly situated, I treasurer-Is properly executed and,the ""of the'firm of ]Co. was Methodist Cburch.111 be held on Sun: prompfu of Daytona tlie.em
of lent
to be bought. Can I, rent a cottage : October' 17i in> schoolhouse Manic one '
bondsmen possessed ofl\ sufiicient property very conflicting,"and I the Judge must day, 4ne: .'
:;,for the, winter if;;so"' att what' price. Brevard.i county. \Will not suffer :. have felt a'good deal,like the\ Englishman ban; Rev. L. L.lFishei\ ,:..the presidingelder teachers spacious 'casino in\ our at public the hotel.school.was.. Comfortably ;The'

1\\ am tired of' these cold winters andmyself"and any loss As be.r as could be ascertained did when he said t "I cawht makeit ,. will preach bot )'tD ning and filled with" -the, ladies -
four other_ familieswill\ last Monday,the! knniv flU rafitalatt. . evening. Sacrament |of the Lord's I society ,
shortage is between out"..Vnil.JVuvn.. _...._ t o-.Any .e- and of the city. '
augmented
leave here,for Florida within' 60 days." \,ten1 and!twelve, 'thousand dol-: .the ,injunction or discharge! the receiver supper will be adminlK :ered alter the'' gentlemen*
,by a large party from Cocoanut Grove.
Oft| -course. we answered and if anyone .f { /;'but ordered Mr..Morse Ho take sermon on Sunday morn] ng. cordial The remained until late
l'' interested. wants the''address''callon'us : It is'the same ::old story dated away' (charge,,' of,'all' the ,rea \testate'and the invitation is extended t light .
i ; we are anxious to give all\\ the ,back to the freeze of December 18J5 'buildings, on the premises At North the kindness and 'co test 'of' the' "tripping the promenading :

'information I possible about'" prices, when it is, said ;Mr. Feaster became Miami/commonly knnWa as the property School Board, all, the lervices of our ,> in social, tpacious'verandasat4inBulging conversation returning -, .

't,, rents, .abd .lan s. i ir. _' \; pressed for a few bUnd .ed \dollars in \oft.Woods, &, Co., abd of All 'booM I church'will- be held,\ 'in tl e schoolhouse, : to their homes well pleased, with- ;

,I<, 1'J; bis mercantile business.) lie had plenty \ of account; but, Mr.;Woods was',permitted -]I hall. the- njoyable'evening afforled thead.AUDT'a .
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". Call on |Pine for flower;"bulbs ,slid 'of money' ,belonging.]to the county: to retain posses ion of thestockof **, Ni t t ,
,seeds; invoice just received: ,, ,. 'h\ in his hands=whys| not use a'little' ? he liquors,;fixtures, furnishings, etc., ITEMS FROM COCOAlhjT 'GROVE., ., t

," ..r could easily<,replace it in a few:weeks I upon an',inventory of same, being! taken r -" ,
;;Plant celery, onions: and beets; when he, made jsdme collections due \and appraised, by,the ''receiver, and.Woods W., W. Cnlbertsor, has \gone to, the -5lJpposito r
makeyour'bedsand put.tbein'oatif him. He,never\made the collections; \ giving bond for, the amount of Perrine Grant to :look afttr bis inter: PILES' 'i -
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replaced', the 'moneySoon the a isement. lie has : McDonald; is I teed ao sure PUefimk
hen never pr until tomorrow ests there. George now
is ,
your ground ,not ready;: they will k and Constipation or money]
transplant to good i ", he'need d more to ude'over! ;and so on, to getup a bon J, which' [s' to there, attending, to some, surveyingand 60 tents riper box.' Send lor
advantage.
I. '. : \ .. .... l .' ever needing more\and more( ; 'finally be approved .by' the! : C erk of\Court.This locating of.claims for -setUen. secured -' list ot testimonials land Free Sample to '
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; ; UABTIJi Pharmacist,
\ Registered
BODY
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be gotrattled; his bondsmen :began to case is exciting a great,\ideal of by :Mr.-Land.; \1"I 'I: Lancaster Pa.'For sale bTtesdinrdrnc.gists '
,'Do not miss plAnting'atleast a few feel woried,!'quiet'investigations were Interest, ion ,account of the very conflicting ', Charles Peacock 'of the 'Eowena;; i and In Miami,FU.bylv.B.: BONEY.L .i .

'Jri'h".potatoesuse: \ fertilizer with ,made land when, the]; county,Commis- testimony. 'wbicp:bas thus far b ought from\\ Miami.a- large : ... .

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\\'\ ,6' : 'THE ]MIAMI ]Ml 'lR: .OLIS, OCT.' 15, 189(' If l\ J' \ .


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J \ Have you tried either of the tandemsof [COn lnu tl from pageSjxW. A watch above the maidens'sleep When!,men are easiest onrborne., ,
Bnena' \ 'He Miami Cycle\Co.t .?, >, | And God on high, wiWdeignsJo\ bless By treachery or, surprise' , 'd'

....... \\ I. \* Once more the mom tempestuous broke, The widow and, the fatherless, : And he who wakes from slumber torn, ,
,QUICKEST'WAY' TO A FORTUNE.Four And worn and we ] the Spaniards'woke And heard the.maidens'. evening prayer>r, ; Scarce wakes before he dies.
I II -----:.. Through waste and wild to tramp'l:8gain.I : light bless the fist ere slom 'ril1g there. Beneath' wall the Spaniards crept ,1
Thousand Acres of Truck Farming Lands I \ the still. once sing r'ain. So sweet, so pare; so good,so fair. And sail the bowling storm-wind swept, .:
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II .11i\ day they marched e'en as before;, Alas! that snch a fate'shonld! be ; 1 And still the fated Lot 'rau"'elept; 'i J,
For Sale. .
Other
and Desirable
Property All day the driving storm they bore, For innocence and parity Slept'too, the faithless. sentinel, 'r
VistaCottage' I I hive 'for sale about tour thousand/ Still( searching for 'l'that river shore. \ Thus nevermore' those maida shall sleep: //Whose challenge should have told : '
; acres lot track 'farmin g j-1 lands and lands \ud thus another dreary day for when they ;wake..they wake to weep. Of coming foe to those below) I'I'i
enitable wi-oranges, lemons,--a f.nl In :weary marcu passed slow away. \\ I. i (And waked! the slumbering bold.xxx ".J
kinds bf tropical fruits,situated on BnvBiscayne lint while they wander- d thus around I IIILBut j '
>E\: '' the garden spot of the world.. Ant jet nor tort air river found, horror cast its shade: before,* I I vil:: { 5- :
;rwom'il'\ north of Miami, 'Also''city lots at Lemon City, and about lluu l' tro'8'acge ,knew no'bound. Upon the daughters of St.'Alanr, Armed with a beam of pond'rons: weight, J I,
: close'' to the Railroad Depot \ 17 acres of One Bay front land, between lie'saw his march was l delayed; And phantoms vexed eaCh,ge01.le breast, The Spaniards sought the postern gate 'tAnd
d, :, 6" minutes fpm they\ Little River and Biscayne Poet Office. .Ican And gain apparentjnou.. we s made, \ Wild dreams disturbed tha maidens' rest. .as Don Pedro gave the word. 'c"
:1:: ... bay.. \ \ be found domiciled at my orange! And deemed his Indian guides betrayed; : Midnight was passed;,and( las they A rending'crash was instant beard i
,} \ New Building;' large, aifyBedrooms. \ '. grove three miles northwest of Lemon And by false paths'delibrate' strayed;: The ;younger'sister groaned and SIPPt\\1 The battered postern fellAnd -- t\ .
;it p. City., Please write for prices. : To,lead his'feet astray, And as Adele in trouble woke through the '[gate I, the Spaniards' '
,.)y Hunting, Fishing, Boat- \ 4 T.' D. WRIGHT, Agent, And by some'plot, lor ambush laid. Mid sobs and tears the maiden poured \r ;
ing. \ 2'l5tfLemon City,Dade Co. Fin To baulk him jot' bis prev; Sister," she said, 'I dreamed] of Kaon!,' An eager, wilds bloodthirsty horde, i i\ ;*
I: :_. French Cuisine. \ .. . I And thnnph each wretched Indian guide r "I dreamed I saw him lost' With ready'pike and'naked sword, ti
at Yccustd, the treason's charge denied "Wrecked in a tempest wild end fonl;, :And loud J triumphant tall, I'g;
\ Chas."Courly Prop. .Hani pumps loc best cement lOc '
.' .. ; I And stout,averred this wag the road "On a wave-beaten coast; That on the startled ears.that woke'To : ,' ,t:
: "I ,tf'ItS .\\ The, ,Mami} Cycle' Co.'s.T ,I I't' Would l"Atlth@n)? to the Ifrem h abode; "1 saw the good ship strike the.strand. life at that dread summons, broke, ,:\\t,
I, ., \ More fi. ice and tern Don Pedro grew "And tossing nil and down Wild as the voice of,Hell, :
\ \ '. \ Till in his wrath hl guides he slew, i "I saw'men strive to reach the land, 'And, like a band of tigers, they '
" '! \; \ 1J 1-) And trusiiug in his compasS good .' "And straggling! sink and down Fell on their unsuspecting prey. ,
J \ I { $ And'seaman's skill, in ireful mood, I "I saw one by the levin's light\ ,Waked by a sound he knew too well, ., 1
, 'M- I Mi 1 limself he steered through bog and wood, "That stretched his arms to\ime; They slew the-doziDJ sentinel, ,

f ", t ,. ', ar : Until, at last,they fduud them onL'he ': 'I could not mark his face aright\; \ They slew the drowsy guard, ; .
. \ \ (\ I \ ; ; I, ,' margin of the broad St. John. !I'' "But yet I knew 'twu lie; 1 \A ad all who, wakened .veil
.\ \ 'I "A, moneiitr and I saw no mo e, Their progress\would have! barred. '
: i Ix' L i "For all was overto ed. 1 They tired the nearest hate and"made .

;ii J. BUSINESS and RESIDENCELOTS \ Once more the Sp iniBrd'i hoped rose high 'Ah, sister dear,'tis' much t fear" 'A brightness aa of day to aid ., t .;-
far now they knew the Lnth'ran nigh, i I "That all we love' are lost!" I The awful work of pike and[ blade; '
:' And down the stream their course incline A And by the blazing barracks light ,
\ Keen searching for Fort Caroline. XXIIL Slew those,who'fled in wild affright. "
\ J And ever at Don Pedro's side, The[ elder sister strove to cheer ranged the captured\ fort and slew ..;:,
\ i Through all that long'endurance tried, And'drive away haunting fear They l parade and wall, '
With ardor that all odds defied! That vexed that gentle one, so dear,\ Each Luth'ran as he came in J ..18W"i
f'lr -. Now Fdr Sale_J: I \, :Marched Raymond with unj ielding stride: Ana WIth Her sole, caressing. arm Old men, and boys, and skk-the few
_
\ i thought She sought to soothe the mania alarm '
1 ; '''' When:night fell bbwDou} Pedro ; \ Could anawer that dread < .
: They must be near! the spot they sought; She stilled her subs, she dried her'(tears; I rn- .
!And still,through,\\river.swamp, and pine And whispered comfort in her eater \ ; \IXXXYII. I ;
11{ Per Lot And hammocks Xuicbi: with tangled vinePassed ,' "Fear not, Pauline, and cease to Weep, As from their beds the Lnth'rana rosen ':
to
: Prices From $100 $1,000 t on to find Fort Carol oe.t u Twaa but a fancy of thy sleep,| [ wild alarm to face their. toes .f
; ,, ,Wild was the night. and dark again,- "One of those frightful things that\I seem lAnd| gained the open court; ";
With moaning wimla'and' driving rainj "To come before us when we dream: One glance was all t.hat'needs to tell
7(: i\ 1 According to Loc tlOn. \ But yet those men pf iron nerve "Thy brain,o'ertaxed with anxious care The meaning of that savage\yell-; ;
< Nor faltered once, nor,did they swerve; "And thought of all our loved ones there, The'Spaniards held the fort 1!.
blood hoand his "ReflectSt of its own fear and fright Due glance the revealed "
1; I j'' But, as the to prey hopeless sight ,
: '
f i i F Still to the north t Yibeot, their way "This dreadful vision'of the night. And showed the, Lnth'rans doom was '
; 1 r Railay..id Through all the tois before them lay, We cannot think, sweet one,;'tis soj; |L sealed, j -
r Railroad fare to Miami over the Florida East Coasti, be refunded to With wearied step and slow "Their ships ,are staunch, and well. we Besistancevain, and death to yield;
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each purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser,will produo receipt for such fare whicb'i. know ,
But with a spirit that defied That help was none, and hope was vain, 1.
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receipt will be.received as cash in' part payment for ?t.. \ "The seaman's skill of Jean RibanlL '
Y'l : I The obstacles that sorely tried, The few who came in arms were slain; ';.
., \ Call'' JOHN B. REILLY 'And with the tigers wild bloud-tbirst Our trust must be in Him above The' shouting foe ranged everywhere ,
j't\ on Agent, .I( That through the jungle 'creeps to burst; "O God of heaven guard those we love, And all was butchery and:despair. ..
1 \ 'l j' ' Port Dallas Land\) Company/Miami, On unsuspecting toe, "Watch o'er and shelter them and save They quickly fell the steel who faced I
\ I 'r, Long, hours they toiled, in eorr plight; From cruel foe and stormy waver, Or[ sought to shield loved ones embraced i
** ,, <;Or J110lM. El l, NGRAHAM, Yice-Pres'tj; ; '. :. Along that path of ,Woe, i 'Believe me, till the storm is o'er While in wild sport the Spaniards cbased f 'i
\ Until at laet they'climbed a height, "They seek some anchorage secure,. The fugitives wno sought in flight ';
li.: \ "Fort Dallas.Land Co., gt. AugustineFla.IT Whence, mid the darkness of the nigct, "And after. will return. ",once more"And To find them safety in the night:' tI .,
: They saw the feeble,glimmering light bring our loved again,;' Or shrieking women, sprang from1 bed i
:;":, I I l r -rr- That marked the fort: below, ''And joy knell the grief we bore Who. in their nightrobea wildly., fled..
\ And knew that'nowthey saw the epot : "And peace for all our:pain.' '
{: r LittlaBros Mosphate Co. That held the.hated Huguenot. "The Clod that saved us from the hands'Of xxxvm. \ ;
a erti1izerI; Don Pedro's march at last was done-. Papist foes. I trow, The trembling Bisters' startled ear .-
< The Lnth'ran hold would| soon be wonl-! fAnd guided to this western land, Heard all too well those sounds of fear
\ JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA : "Will not forsake us now. That through the stormy night profound,
I, : U.., XX I1.\\ "He will not cease to watch and bless, Rose, wild and sudden all around
T 'a, With cautious step the Spaniard crept : Nor, leave his people in distress And served new terrors to impartTo

Close to the sleeping fort; i the already boding heart..

l ; Manufacturers\ 'of HigFGrad! ij F rlli rt, And slept.while the' unconscious, ;1 "Lnth'ran Again: they slept.;XXXIII.but still the maid They They read heard its.Spaniards'meaning all too tiger-yell well, ,

: ; He marked the spot and: talent kept The torture of her soul betrayed;, And aa itS echoes round them rung ..
Watch for leis comiug; sport; She moaned;and down the lovely face Wild from her bed each sister sprung,
I.J I The while: be sat him down to wait, The frequent tears left dewy trace- And;to the casement sped;that she
il' 'TOnl.rro, 'erf: should?use{:Vhe";JBetf: fertilize because the test is_ The coming of the hour bf Fate Tboee pearly drops that maidens weep':, The cause of. those dread Bounds might ,
::1'"M"i 1 fi- 'the el capesl.t j \\ Beside: the chosen postern gate, Wuen sorrows' dreams disturb tbtic sleep.At see ' F
f I t. 1. And cheered him'mid the pelting storm, last more pleasantly she dreg .d.." They,beard the cries the loud alarms,
>l Little\ Bro S.. : i' No. 1 and' '&it.t e Bros Tomato With thought of cosy (qubrters warm;. But now Adele all sudden screamer\ The shrieks, the sudden rush to arms?, ,.
| Vegetable : :, : Of rich aud goodly spoil li' And wildly from her pillow sprang An men and women wked around "
1, '' i' : Specialise the.. Best Brands\ on the '\ "! ,1..J A'odof a lovely captive form While round Pauline her arms she flung; Out of,their peaceful sleep-l' l
That should reward his,toiL And while the startled sister prayed And in night's cantYnio gowned
.. ; ', -ik I' , market, for tomdtoqs. \ ', :' And for the Gascon 4e alier., The cause Of this she said,dismayed:.' Dashed forth into the open ground
J" ' 4 1 .\ . I.. i \ i'I , Who served the cause bf pain.Who "Meseemed I,started from my bed, Or into shadows deep.; '
.:, I. .1 .. JOHN ELLIS JAgentv" : left his native land and dear '''And in wild shrieking! ,terror fled. They beard the clashing steel, the fight.
H, ,, ; "Through courts, where fought and
r.. 1 " To bide in wilderness eo drear many Amid,the darkness of,the night.: ,
f" I, ttige '0 : : vr"r A .;..n' Fr8'. And lay in midbfcht forest here bled, The screams and groans, the Spaniards'
4 , } nile blazing buildings lit the ekies, ,-
.. .t I His lady love to gain4 \, ,shoot. ; .
Think ye that ever pen could tell' "'Mid shouts and shots, and' dreadful That told of foemen all about, .
His .bonghts-so near jtoiair Adele., cries; And could but wring their bands in woe ;
That'ladye hive whose ''cruel scorn "And while with naked feet I sped Beneath this overwhelming blow

i tni Compelled him to this pass forlorn? "To find some spot to hide my bead,, And, wail, "0 God,, I felt t was, sofXXXIX. ,
North "An iron hand was on me placed, .
xxvml i "And iron arm gripped round my waist. .,
f"v Within the fated:fortress 411 "And held me close, and'wild embraced" ] ; :And soon the blazing barraoks'light -Ii
: >' ; i 1 Lay dark aud still; andl on the wall "And though I struggled in affright. ', Revealed them all that awful fight
I. ,,' I, Was heard no watchful se itry's call; That iron arm so held me tight, Of bloody murder and affright. .
:: 7 { '.\: : J. ; I \ '' For there the sick and Wearied guard "No strength of mine could get me free:' They saw the Spaniards rage around
< ts I : -"; I- 1 1 ", I, With drowsy eye.kept careless ward. "I felt mine hour was come to me. The Lnth'rana piled upon the ground
," 'I I "I', Or, of the dreaded Spaniard sure, "1 saw his face in wild alarm- Their fellow exiles backed and slain,
'Th'I NeW Oerate toTerminal Upon the distant coast t ,\ "Oh, God ,of heaven, 'twas Raymond' E'en-while they knelt or begged[vain; .

; i 'WiIl In fated confidence sec ref arm} I They heard the shrieks,of infants wild,
," l ; lie slumbered on his po3t; 'Me< smled, more grimly t.bad qt ,yore, Around,their,pleading mothers piled;.
i :De : Nor dreamed that ought could hap amiss "And from my form my robe he tore, They saw the fate of o>me and child]
t : : \{eiPPtheNORTHERN ... I On such a night of storm, Uf this. "And tbeu- I cannot tell thee'morel And atw.the remnant that survivedHalfnaked -
, 1 ';80 dread,'so horrible it seemed. children,maids and wives-
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\ XXIX. "E'en I
I eau thiuk I
now scarce dreamed
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': 'I I. : ; Pursued and flying for their lives. ,
"f ., -. f. I' The Luth'rans left witbi i the tortlied "In agony, I weon, I screamed. : With here and there the scaU'ring shot
y. PORTION ,THE: CITY. watched with aniiotts'eyes the sport I IxXXIV. 'told
.: . h ._ qF \ t And fury of the winds: i'I That. i of battling-- Huguenot,

\ ''f <' l 'I,' I And while l.bosecenael@8stonentspoored, Pauline 'twas pow that gently soughtTo XL.
And while the tempest raved and roared, drive away that fearful thought,. They saw the Spaniards paasingjn
:f"s < ,]!North lliami LQtsJ,are, 'only half ;a 'mile from .the New Dark fears of wreck and estb,-and.woe, Caress,and soothe, and,cheer, To seatcb'the huts, beard mnrd'rous din,
\ To the tall ships of Jean Hilmnlt i And whsu words with comfort tthnght'Into ''
| r Saw them drag struggling victims out
::I \ ; Terminal: or,'a,.few: minutes', walk: ,: 64glbQ. Had made-the tears of m n1. flow the troubled ear. From many: house, stood round abqqt,

\ J. 1 lot., Cpol And filled foreboding tniitds: But hopeful words and loving arm'' And cut them down with fiendish sbe otrI
of ;
: .rAlle y'.i t rear ; every rSize'breezy I', : And many weeping wooiaii fair, Were vain, to soothe Adele's Alarm, 'And ere the yictima pangs wereoer,
"' .'., l t >- .' ", " 'locations.. -.1 ADd many lisping iufan here, The frightened maiden pulse to calm, Still jelling, turn to search rod more;
\ Beside the mother's knee, t, Or drive away.her fear. They saw fair maids and matrons fair, '
J () '': Had frequent knelt,and ea meet prayed. "Pauline," she said, "our dreams foretell Half dead with terror and.despair .
PRICE $50.00 .'TO/475.00! To tieavt-u to shelter and t>;did "What soon our eyes may know too well.] Dragged, out'by Spanish handily
'n i :. 'I 1Buy'one 1\\ The lived' ones on'theWhose sea, ,I] "My soul feels that the gloomy wing By their nude limbs flowing hair,
t \
barques.they, knew;I were tempest "Of death o'ersbadows everything, A prey to those wild bands
: \' : !t. :while they; may he}had cheap. They will tossed 1 \ (.And that an' adverse fate will bring'"New' Whose shouts proclaimed .their: fierce delight ,
Whose $)iyee they feared, endangered, :Woes, new ,griefs, our hearts ,I to ,
:w :be, worth, ioubjg a :jfew:: months hone, where theN\ w I. lost- i wring. At each poor, trembling victim's sight, -
' 'i Terminal' \ \' Lover and husband, son and Lire-; _I "Our pat.h'with. dangers is bestrewn Nor beed/HJ tear riot prayer f' !
cjompleted. Easy Terms.j -
: \ From raging storm and Spaniards' ire. "Some dreadful thing will happen,soon r' :lint gav ,bertosnawfultate'j
t \I r I i I, Confined so close to shelter w rm, Pauline,'dismayed, too, soon confessed flat m' etrers tongue,may not. relate
, \ v 1\, \ Bobbins, &,,- Graliam .\ .IAnd all was yet so wild, so dark, The anxious fear that'tilled her breast. A a'' /the ancient annal earth ,
:- : \ 1 r' 't That eye'conld scarce a future mark And to her l.rembling.slBter drew Makes life seem worse than instant death "
4f ' 1 Ova And 'till the sun once more])brought! day In need consolation, too, Teller whom Spaniards spare.,
POSTr
rj-9" OFFICE.
;: i"! ( 1, : __ n',: These helpless,ones could onlV pray. For direful feelings. past control; And from within came many a scream,
xxr. : Possessed the troubled virgin souls; That might a struggling .woman's seem,.
j
, : : t And dark forebodings unexpressed And bold that all Adele dark "
dream
.Imported VnelU (Ab_. $1 ros.. its. per pound The fated daughters of St.-Manr, '
"t Weighed heavy on each sister breast.
: Was
; Florid lire Ii, re-enacted there.IL :
t. ," !Brown*one,year ,With oman's trastfql. heart secure Close in the dark the maidens ..
I 8omalra. 75eperc to .50 r1b.' Xanllractl1rln* crept
TL I 1'1 S i Lest Tobacco 40cl pr 0.: 0 pr lb. FIELD" AND From thought of war's alarms And shuddering 'sat, and watched,'an !; +
:. 4ARDENSEED-LCorn7lel tiarletteaRacperpt.I Unconscious of the evil I !
"i. .0 JRQCO ee power wept: Standing,upon destruction's bruk| :
- post paid,1160 per bo. not jpajdL Sugar
i. Varlale,2CeprgtpoBtpai TOigb< 92.25 height; ores ,That threatened, in that dark'jiiug hour' And,as they waited morning there, A1f ber'eCt.of: power,to think. '
f } : -* prone not prepaid.iCueninbe.Mr per Ib port paid. Slept in their little maiden bower. Their voices joined in frequent prayer Their eyes beheld the whole'tell scene.,
: Hi"h.:iOe.1W'r, Ib poxt t>ttd. PearPearl',Millet, the best fodder crop.'2Sc per' Ib. 7 6J1US or over not preps :prlb. AH theor1| voed at eqnatlr red need toe International j
"1: : .; 6totk Food.5k>per pku' 'International Poultry Food 35c per pkt, CAM ERON.: .;' The soft white arms were, loving:pressed To him whoso eye bebiddeth all, \ So filled with horror and with'awe!
'!ii T .j.11"Jil! tl-hft'E 'I '" 1 I aekaonvine,Fla.) 'Bound smooth,. fair neck [land. snowy ,Who lettetb not a sparrow fall, > : That scarce they knew what'twas they-
, ; breaet,, ij ... j ,Except it be his will., saw," 1 r ..
t 1 : : i, t, .. .-. ', < 'l While; on each gentle face the while Or realized'these( hands that .l wWould8oonlbe
; .. ; f n<
r' P' I'111aions.t n ,tlo at, the"oQ1 icef Fair, scones ose bright-too sweet visions to have be f their earth.:,tin, Regina Now in the the coming East the( day first to show faint glow'. And those that prayers those shrieks, those tears, .

I J a.rmnm& a n IE Soft breathed the rosy rth; And now the watching Spaniards know. That feartut fate,jvould soon.be theirs.
tn [ Soft beat each tender, peace l heart;, The bonnie come to stake the blow-' One only' thought, their bosom knewContinued -"

t ,: f : JI ,And:, .f Innocence 1 t.i. might seem u to'I"-keen, '' ' r i That.i drowsy: hoar{ night-'" and z ,dawn t.' ,t' |\ I[ -t 1 -,tL 'on-' pads 7J'....' __. .



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\,I ,, THE" MIAMI MEROPOtIS\ ; 'OC1'. t ,189'7.. _ .>,' t'i, 7

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[CouUmied l from page 6J] Beneath whose grasp her) soul grew Ten 'Acres at North" Miami-,

> '\TM LOtS < "Oh God of heaven, what shall we do?" 'weak' 't r Being the e M of nee tot nejfof Section c -

North Miami aRanging \ Still. till they tttuod., and still they- That. 'stayedher flight.and' forced' I. to Mt Township 53, South of Range 41 '
stand ,
gazed, 1" Ea lying between the railroad and Bay
" :. With frozen eins, and,spirits dazed, And saw, as' though.'twere in a'dream, err el068toth8 Y. Good la .d. :Price

,t in Price I From: $30 to_ $ I 150No &nd, spellbound,. watched- ,the awful A well-known face,.whose. (dark, eyes' l1.aoo., "
\ '. sight, [ r gleam, 2-18-tf. BOBBINS i GBAHAK.' .
t\\t: .' A Selected List,of Bay, Biscayne Prpperly. Entranced. wi ll'I j' horror and affright- A tall and dashing chevalier I
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\ \. Fruit Tracts and: Cheap Land'for IFrostProof \estment. \ I.lILe.bird fixed. by the serpent's eye, And 'mid those sounds of..death, and ------ -- '

\tt": bearing, Orange Glove\ 1 I .' That sfpi; its doom but cannot fly-i fear NATIONAL. t, ,-

'), : : .. i Phosphate La 1. Until the Sp niard, now drawn near, A well-known voice rang in her ear, '. J
i ; t Before the maid,iB' hut appear, As round her waist. a mailed arm, Home-Seekers, *. '

Choice .Property: of IEr Description'. \ When bhrieked I'auline, ali wild. with passed"AdeleSt.3faurthou'rtmine- F i : '
fear, i ''\ ; at last!W' REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
! MOST DESIRABLE 'LOCATION: O > I OTH THE 'EASl.r'AND Allele
\Mon Dieul They're here.I . '
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I ; \\ \yES qOAit' \ \ they're .Buy' ,.your Bicycle s from 1 The '... -. .. .
\ hefel"vK'
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> \ \ \ 1 Miami Cycle Co and save money., i ( -
\ E. .A.--VV. ddell I .. .r Eihanging Propertyfor' Property a.;
: \ \ While in the fror;t the crashing din Specialty. Send Deeeription- of:, '
what
matltit; 2lazzii. 4'lar Bay Front ,For Sale. .
f. i Announced the Spaniards breaking in, ; -
have and ,
.. 1 I With oaths, ami jell', and eager cries, .Twenty-one .acres ,with a frontage of yon( hat'101(want.
''I I To seize the trembling, maiden prize. 400 feet on the Bay. A uplendid t ice of MALABAB-IxDlix; ROTB, FLOBIDA.C. .
1- Back through dopr' the sister sped, land ))ing between the place of.K. R. Mo "
, .
-: And out into the night\ they fled Cormick and that of A. B. Simmons, &CARROLU: t. tr
south of Cocoanut Grove. The :finest pct.J6-tfis RealEfltaUAaent. ,
With naked fee a(id robed for bed-
Borne ,on;the wings that terror lent, piece of land for sale on the Bay, for tbe
:fur knowing where their steps were money Price ;84.500Will take one'
I bent, I half cash, or: only one-third cash if neces MIAMI PAINT SHOP

thought animate sary. ,
I With one! pnly .
'1'o'frape,somewhere, that awful fat 2-18-tf BOBBIKS Q&AHAliV .l t :T. J,WEAVER,.PRop-g., '

To find some *pot, somehow, some f
1 9 yk whereCould I! \ Candidates for City.Offices, House. Sign and Carriage 1 ;

save them I (!torn .,the horrors. hose gentlemen who: aspire to be

\( 'theJ"eSome that\| elected to city office pextOctber
unseen.spot might concealt1'rom should.,annonnce themselves in the columns Painting ''

Spanish .ands, from Spanish of tbe METROPOLIS. We :shall I S ,

steel. \i . charge i for, each announcementinadvance
Adown the court the sisters fled,' in col..
for running same our '
!- i ;Across the;dyin acid the dead, from now until the election Decorative WaU Paper Hanging a."pee.";
14 umns on .
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N .
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iialty.! Graining. Hard-wood FinUhing -
Whose groaning forms or stilL out. -
Come forward
occurs. gentlemen; .
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and Kalaomin All work
; spread, 1 ; ? :0Ii"
; L' and let the public know what: you
i guaranteed. Beet of refer-
Were scattered Everywhere, want and what'10U.bave to recommend '" :
They slipped ppols where I.uth'ransbled : encee will be givm..
I you. aug20-tf Are. D and,9th SL:, MIAMI. FLA.;

The soft, white eet were dyed with Wanted. 7toay lY-hl:

red' ;, Boarders at, 'Mrs' R. W. Boyer's, ..
ogess > .
Jri
In that dread there.
south side of 13th,street! second door:
... And all the, whi\e\ the' sounds of fear east Avenue C. Rates reasonable*' i THE PEACOCK INN
Run wildly through 'wildered ear, r
''The'crie5 that told the Spaniard near,
The victim's dark despair \ N -LOCATED O1T-'
-r..A. K'S
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The baby's scream Jthemurderer's jeer, BISCAYNE BAY .
The dying oth r' prayer. We Manufacture all ,
.And dawn now' lent its growing light, Five 'roilea'south ot Miami. ,

... { SAFETYM! COMFORT QDICL TIDE! LOW .,._a I II :;Aiding lift the yeilof_ night, kinds andsites'oft 1' 'The oldest and largest hotel
And show the horror of the sight. }r on the'Bay- Headquarter '
I Finest Cuisine and Service,' .No Transfer Between Ifacksomille and New York.' I But, heedless of the sights, the cries, V& :for the'Biacayne Bay ,Yacht
4 The Fleet is composed of the tallowing Handsome New steel 3tttmer: j Cypress -
Each frightened m iden only tries ,Club.Diilj .- '., -
}+ ComaBche new), i Algonquin, i. Iroquois,; 'i1 Cfierokefc, t, ,Seminole. To hide her'from t Spaniard's{ eyes; I Steam Launch Connection Will Miiml t
needless of pain to naked feet :

NORTH-BOUND.! They fled-like ghontly shadows fleet. Tanks Bates, SLOO Per Day and Upward. .

Steamers to sail according to the tide, Oh I if they can bu gain' some place '| Special Rates by the Week. ,... '
t 11 From ]ackeonvril T1&, (calling Charleston),! Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays., .Will shield them ,a breathing space, .

':i t,',. Frfr From horn vu ricBiMu.of sailing LL.see, "Clyde-Line';Schedule T or Jacksonville i M6nd4y apd? ,Charleston Wednesdays dally and papers Fridays. Some' darkest fox, some .ditch,.some G. M. DiYIS. & SON CHAS. PEACOCK 4 SON, Proprietors; 4i

cave, | ;
' 1 SOUTH-BOUND/1 'I That will receive t em;and will save; : ..Palatka, Fla. r( COCOANUT OBOVE,'FLA. ?
r'6 6 ii. Ball from Pier 29,Emit '
Steamer appointed to RIVet New York, at 8 p. m.;as follows; ,
For Charleston 8.C, - - Monda s. ednesdays and Friday. :Where'shrinking maiden form 'may. Ey Write for Catalogue, J. --2tp4 ..-pPen AD the Year: 1.1.t.jflThe'Pt .
For Jackson villenacalling, at Charleston), Monday*, Wednesdays and Fridays ,1 hide I t
n And safe from its pursuer's bide.,

Clyde rfew Englandand, Southern Lines ( ht) '
( \ "1. anti sterna '
{ I I \ Calling at Charleston both ways] But their
ANDSI other'eyes flight had seen,-
}
DELAWdRE"
STE EBS ; .GEO. CLYDE. i .
:And swifter foes' pursued, 1 weeD} '. '
1 to sail ts lollowiif From I f i. Perfect Passenger Service, ;;,;;
withkrdor
JackeoavlUe Their flying-steps keen. -
1 'Vl From loot 0 Doran Street, I. Lewis's Wharf'Boston '
.' 1 THURSDAYS ._ I ,FRIDAYS The fairest prize and! valued mostThe' the .MosJ'J :Points in Alabama "
-*- Reaching Important: .Georgia
1 prize.,that so much toil had cost, ,

:,- l #'\. t\.CLYDE S T:: .JOHNS. RIVER''. LINE. Was not' to be so slightly lost; : South CarolidaF1oriaa; Cuba and _

ti J "\ 1 (DE, BARY P E ,. f"\\ : : r And scon the frightened maidens! find \Nova ,. I
That Spanish swords are 'close behind, 1 Scotia.. -It
I 1"J.. !ldoniJiltkaLSanfo"iJ, JEnter 1tse,: ., and'lntemefI4i; For fiendish yells and'shouts, ,and jeers,
: did .:B:01e1s:
MOM .jlen. ;
{ landings .on the. St. 'j'ohns. Rlfe- I' i' 1- Burst sudden on their maddened ears,
\ i I i Anditbe' wild horror of tat,sound 'J.J.p."I; cl k
elegant dde.wbeet ttermet 'I \ \4 ; = =
'ht .' c 1"1-\b :' \ Mad'them like hunted( rabbits bound.' ....., .'a -;-- -.. ,.;
: \ : JACKSONVI LE" f F :
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\ ; ( i, Each; sinew strain, strain every.n'ene.Their 'r-i.

/ t ', t :.,. -- CAPTAIN, .W-A. SHAW'iteayes . lives, their honor'(o preserve.

'. t .JacItJnDyn y1.. .. :i; ::...;<:..,.: :...i ..8nnda.s. Tuead'lI nd Tbthdaya at':80'' Po 6 With panting ,breath and. trembling "u1" +;
t Returning Ikave} .nforc1 ..... --r...)' ;'. Mondays.. ..edDlar\ lAnd Frtd :
( Theyjfled from those pursuers'grim r k
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,Jteaddl)11u' ,1 ; i ", , Re.d Up For well the maidens knew the fate ;

.t' ''i 880 m '." . :: ,. J.K'dONV1. x . : Arrive That tlJaiden-captive'dotb' await, :"
'h ,cave. 15 fIj p. m .. ": :''.:.+. .i'. .... ... ,.. .I'lta ".,". .", '. ". Leave. .200.11.8 iIip.m.m. Who falls hands, ,FOf .I $ . -
,", II oo..m p. ."...""... ..f."....".. .;'!- "' ..,. .iAstor.....,,.. 1,'. ''r.'-\"''.' .. . .r s 3.) p. m.. hapless Spanish ,1-----
.. t u.ao m. .. .-t-. ..., ...:.'., .L gSt.; Francis .,.., :;oj " . . ,. 10011I.. those ferocious bands- 2
$ .. . . .. .. ,A fats to 'maid' u' ,
gentle eye
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.; 600 kin 1.. ..+--" ..,-Slue S rings. {f. :'' 0'' : ,ltoo.. mrrlve ,Darker than that of th< ejwho die.
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1' .. II 2.m...... ..Jf.,.:...{.,d ..;...Enterprise -- ... ..,; . ". '!I. .' ." 3o >t. JPL And wild the'quiv'rin virgin frame
.... ; : : Shrunk from'its'horro a qitsshame. ,; J '
; 'i I, F1\ ,_General Paue !' an .Tieket..Office';. 204'ir'gst L Ba S reetlaekaonL lle.JNO. .. ''I And as they fledln wild despair' '" ? '

.. 'fe From the pursuing Spanish there, I
..I' t. HOWAR6 8utT. .' ," F. M. IRONM NGER,.J. F. P..AI. + "Each' panting"breast. still! gasped the ':=--.

.; IT ,i Or,: EO: R, t.: M.i' H. WARBu 4CKSOTVHLX tON,, n-A.-:, r-u.. ')'*LVy. r. 1\1 M,.H. ii.yb.A.TM." : prayer, .I In *i'] ... ; 3 3in
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But frightened.feet fled fast,: t'.cp.as.t.Re '
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Such chase as this not 1 opg'might last, ?
:Southern Where wretched maid ,bewildered fled, :

and FWr\da-R'.y\ ; Nor, knowing where to hide; her head THE PLANT.,. STEAMSHIP. I LINE..
From foes,who keen {pursued t \

< :1 \ the Suwanee River: Route j : The lovely eager prize their glad' eyes viewed. Steamers: Plying ,between. Pprt {Nampa, :Key West. and''' .

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Their girlish strength ,their failing .
t \ \, .r.\ l." .lt I II Ii,1 -44 breath, .., t '. ,I r : Havana, and between Mobil. 'and:Port Tampa.
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\ rime 'Z'abl:1.ne : .Ei 1897I ', ': .;.. ', Must yield them' soon to: ., shameanddeath B.\w.\ WRENN; . H. C. MOFADDEN,
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I( SOUTHBOUND. ? STATIONS.NORTH; BOUND i' 'Spaniard'svictlm- or'his' is 1 slifve- TiThe . Pass Traffic Manager., .' Ai 't Genl Paw. Agt..,

No 6 No 3 No! I ; ' lNol2! ''No4 No 6It \Their utmost efforts could not save. .,'\ : r. f3a.4aaaah, Gat.

...Atlanta...,...... ''The morp the panting maidens strained ._.
7 50 P'Ix 8,20 x Leave..4. .Arrive 185 rx 7 45 A M f '
+...}:' .a... 18 t 1140 Arrive..Maron.Lbave J 14 15 a 1:..... [\The faster breath and sin-ew|waned

4 kx ITS? P,x 11'45 a Lea +..4..>....J acon.*.*..,.-..Arriv 4 *+ x 1 W a x 11 00 A M The morelbe yelling Spabiard, gained; kue Is
068 45 A J 208 x Arrive..CorJele....*.:...L1 eve *so 1 45 828 The closer came the crueljSteel( Mallory : teamship
840 ;109 3,50 u.i; 105 1225 40' file shrinking! flesh could\ almost: feels J
100 4 40 5'85 : .. aldosta..L;; .:.. 1105 x 1062 m95i 500a .
\ ....... dud bursting heart, and.brlOtinR'
... 640 1 636 L' 1002 ..:.:..;; ,
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1. ...a... 445 1{ 788wao 't tin.....:.. :... Like City ..9 10 too' .<, limb!\ | I (N.Y.&T.S.: 8. CO..). -
900 : s..i. : 445 ,And reeling brain that eeme4 to swim. .
10 A itsio 5 I5 x Leave.-; ... TUton. ,.: .,...Arrive 1W| X 11 6tt > M .+:aa.... And ejes1 before'whlch.aU dim- 1 .
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800 Arrive., WfrrNS ..Leave 11 155 x 9 40, g
1' 780 1215 ,..,..s. :1.ACKSONVILLB. .. .i..i.. 8 7100 7r '. .. I All told the'chase' most BOon! be o'er- Kp.v West Pla "KT. lAW York.

.... ,x Plx Leave.. .}. ttnn i.Ardve 13 n n That maiden strength could dp no more. ... :"" '. Aa. '& '" .
i.J.:::. j : 1 5i. ArriveFITZGEEALD.::::.Leave 10 45 s\ x tti r.1r: :::..::::F: -.The Virgin and delicate \ J} : -- :: J -Y

.1 1 r,x 1263r h ,:014.- Leave'.f,i"io I .Idosta.". a_:.A tiHO, r x "o-l_. x Mut yield to.its, impending fate, The magnificent steamers ot thin line'are&v"r i ,
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114 9_ 12 1 ... ... Arrive.i."QI1t1m.n. : 6'Z & 82.afOO..214 '
:...ie..1.... ..... ..:::...' .I..Leare..gc.; .'. 4,66'. 24. And Popish demon vengeanceaate.the !, \St rdJy

,. .... _.. 11100 x 11 10 p ,3l Le.v.....t.a Ptlstka.Arrive 4 50 A. 455 i ;rt ,:-.,..,....; :And lost maiden -fate knqst beTheawful Key West Every \
.t._: ."" 140 J' x .880. Afrtve.L.I-.8aDrord.' ... ,..zLeaye. : t 18 1:50: .. ;..,"; I( fate of Valerie. r k \ ,.
.... 110 9 55 .. . 1M 'lj1; ]1 ... .,... Butstillwith failing and ? "
.1. .f.II.-J r.orlandO.ut..F. ; ; Strength YOKE \ and accommodations
,.i... .., a CJ5. 'l De'' .... ... ..Llltell'nd... .:.....:,. _: 9O.p 104G .. arriving in NEW following Tuesday '_
,.:. .... 645 800 .y..a., ..:.":..''F" ,.TAYPA..;::.......t.,. 1.io1.< 800 ;i.J"'u'-."'-",.' "i breath' ,t .' f. .. .i\ \I I' ,.' strictly;firetelsasU. co' -- 'i. '

.. 1 J .... ... tka...... .Aniye . t>5 ..; . The sisters fled-for life or .death.But ,
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..a."!-.. .t'- \2 4S P -. '" a.e"'f-ii',.. '.......". .....;.,..!.-Le."e .\....r.+ ... 2 S." ..-jnt-1': : nearer nearer still, hetcame.f Brunswick 1 to N6 York
,!, .!:.. 18o:, .4.... ": ._.-t'. .. :..Rod:1edtfe.. '.#o._ "..4 :::. 137 : .. ..... Whose touch meant Jnst ant orI promt laoY ;: a
,.. } .,.. :.. 1 U Ait.:. ,: death ,
.. .4.11O61.: \ .. ...:.'...s..)-' ;....}!." ...:-u..,.... .,:' shameA quivering\ \ .
d, though the: fI sh essay :. PASSENGER.SERVICE ::

Open.kS Pollman Bul"ell Steeped the year round between.J'cklOurl1. Fla.. ,and Nasbyille .From that dread touch to shrink away Via'Fen atlUDa (F.CA' P. Ry.). and Cumber' : tverett and s Southern Eanways .
TeRu;:,Tla Tifton OD I and 4 , : 1 ., ... '
Tra1al\NO&\ E'en the fly"ngskirt. .:land Route : .; Vlaj' :
Opent Local Bleepers,the yearround between Palat.k&F1. .: and?racpn. GLvta, 0.8.& now grasped the maiden form: begirt Jacksonville .....,....,.........., ...8 tIt a,m Lr. ) RTm.....-...........'?......4' M pm,
-+F..direct on Tratne:3oat 4. .: ... o kDir t 'c .That loose t .. .. ......... .. r'Ar.BronswtcDai11r..a..pe..rd
I ofd, -, .L- And 'heedless-of..the victim cries LT.Feruandlna o-- _.*.:.,....58QpmLv.: .. t- :..........N... _:.......-I pea.
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: c tJine to. Fitzgerald. (Soldiers "Colony)via Tifton '.Atldstruggles; held the gasping prie.* : . ,. Ar,'Bavrom ,..._.J......,!....."NN.' '.-..wb..7 8a p.IIL
.Wltli and hands .' Pass nen allowed. on board (or sapper on Thursday \ :
I. NASHVILLE EXPOSITION{ i, \; agershout; fall keen. 4
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A Spanish captain seized Pauline PROPOSED,SAILIN S ; .
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Round Trip Isow on at Qllowtnr low rates., from From Jaz.
Ten DaiUmttTne.daysstThandays !.very, :.. .... .,. ....$1i .I, .' : And: vain'did 'struggling maiden's LT. New York,pier 21. E &.C30 p.m.: Standard Time). Lv BanswlcYFrtdayOct'1.f.
-n' .1$1280 \
' DayLLiimltr.Mt: ..', . .i' . ... ,,,.4.,. :.. .. 'J9 .1 i 1160OctoberalsRLimitt shriek.4 ; I ..:>---f.1v-.P.-'".._..+.-{..RIO GRANDE:. ..,: "' ......,:-....FridayOOL S
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,." .,'JL< ?'.."..'\'..*..-- .".. ... ..' .. ...?. . i... '?fc2 :rrai,..; !",24 tIO. 'Heiyuthlesscaptor'sgraces '*' L Friday.Oc'H Oct\',' 8;w" %. ,.,,.._.,;.f+r.{:.,.-.-..JT.. ,...; COLO E A DO ..., ., ... ,_.,........v'.. .... '.Frid.f 0et.1
bespeak, Friday, r.- ,,-i, :; .I BIO GRANDE t ;t. .Frid.y. Oce.2'J
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Scnic knot The historical t \ *"' Ff. ; ""F =
'".; run The: IntorataUon. Battlefields Route. be Qbtained: f' fly by writing .\Or the sweet gentle face' .', Friday, Oct2J .,.:...,.se,....r.r.,?..... U .COLORADO .:.. .. .. ,......._ .,....' ...I.Friday,0et.25: :
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br calling apoa. ]" I 'I* .. 'I. And pleading tongue_for mercy seek Frilay.Oct.p\ :.....,rtu '.., .'" .t.. y WO r GRANDB. --v -".;. .;,...,, ..+Friday HOT. !G

.\ ; '. II .' \BUeH&BICHABD, ON" .|Agt., From hinfwhose arms embrace.. THE- MIAMI METROPOLIS. ; -. 1 i ,' !,B.'W. 80DTHWIOK E, -_

,\ 'f\:, ; .. 'I .; .' ,,7 JBtoan t4Juksouvllie'Fl: *., ,What' mercy c6 uld she hope that;wbat grace, -,. \ i. Miami, Florida.. : :) Agt.' [aUory Line,Key; ,West,.TIa..' ,

,I.' LANE't, -/; \ ; ,,;G. A.. ,MACDANALD. :A And,Spanish,as she captive-in beard her sister place shriek,. C BAS.DAVIEAgent0.;: .'!L.KALLORY.CO.. ..

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f-; Addl iional\ ,,, ,:',Miami, ,:i",Mince' " ',.'Meat t.1 t.-, \ .J \ "KIohdy\.tke qI Fever[1s causing 0 ,

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;' An'a fside issue our+ foreman, i1YM. ,\ 1 \ f' t. .t'. ',A great deal of'..cile1.al.but it Is nothing to compare with the "
King,bas accepted the agency at Miami .. 1I' 1- ,
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'and Corotnut Grovel' for C. Haskell \

:& Co.,t ftJacksonulle, ,*wholesale butter 0 'mA'R'I I a
SEWELL : COMPANYhtldren's
;and('chee.",,Mr.Jvmg' 'will devote j a ,JO N \ N"D'I: ,
m f. portion of his time wfien oft,duty from : ,' It
METROPOLIS' office ,in the- Interest \,: \ 1 I Will offer for the n' shoes. Wej have some"lines-of.} ..
of this i firm who,has all of .its'goods xfa1S'iii 1 .
J : room for fall stock Call and rice before buying.siv ,
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shipped refrigerator: cars uses { 1D'egardIes
the ( system.We assure 1 \ < .
bolt storage '
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Mr.'King\Mll receive.from the firm he __ 'Cost...'.... ,. t. : 'T' '#'
represents (whose prices will always ... .:i :' o: w; II '4' \ Hotel Bisayne BlockMiami, !la.1 | i;. .. THE,SkOE PEOPLE. 4:
i-' be found-to compare; favorably'with /T 'p. siAWe ale agents roriMfnornCo.] '\ ., the,greatlChlcago Tailors ahd can save jou'from$3 to $5 on Ka suit ,of "clothes., Fit.,and :perfect' ;'satisfa4tion -. ,}

y others 1 i ) prompt ii : and:honorable: ,. service: .guaranteedt rxno pay.. *' . j | /- \ ',. .; w 1} \ |t. lOd sJohn i t:{,

,)\, The schooner"Venter"; left. for,Key j .
.>,: ,.1 i )\"eGVedrie9d' y with ':23,tons of floe 'Grape Fruit Persian and e DEALER;INBOUGH
;, f<* 'pressed brick;to be used by the:Venable Fii.iitiTrees Tahiti LiiUs} ) d' i
p r { Construction Co., onythe government : : : (Genoa, and Wa' lt'e W p'I 1rt'or'' .and ,
work at This' is only If \ .
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', 10 small part of the consignment of brick ; t i. -1\ \ Lipipons, Dancy; .. II"I t: 'DBE88ED < ,,'a.
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"i\ Coast Raih'-ay'wiU bring in carloads w andCypress -- i
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?. to the; Island;;City itfthe next ,week or ,' T Jaffa BloodJRuby 'Blood !.1'.1'e!\ ( .., ? ." ;;
5 BO. Tbe, ti'amerI8anLucie', which will 1: '.. L ,
"M' .',be ready 'Inai. \few\days,1! \will carry most D' ,: I Parson Brown Oran--. .. ,. / "f r.... ; ,
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l' v Special sizes.s&"edtD order. ,Also i'mit and Vegetable Cratea. ,Let m. quote .
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'...-t' flarrfuttle: \ broughtin,this week, p ap"dra'-q uantlt y-ofi ornamental .flower find shrubs to \ ;. prices'before you, buy: IA ''trial order: solicited., ; ,. .'$

'1-";;.\t'\ t,', irom-l sweet hislgrove oranges, as some the METROPOLIS Very: :delicious man suitttijs i :climate'a 1'd"s9|1., ,JOHN ,ELLIS'AGENT, I , 'N OCOANUT 'GROVE FLA. a
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: : '\ ever lo\ them.' 'It\\ now settled ', t ':; .- ; ; : --.-.'\' -r I l \ GEORGE); B BARKER, r- 1
r" f \ ,beypndja doubt that this section of the Henry'A;Howe of Sew York, an old w rb' and\! illuminations were displayed "
if'' country' is;'most' admirably adapted for I visitor to the \Bay,country,.who claims: l in their honor,,by citizens' along I u Watchmak ran Jewelers <::1
pea: ( ': a large interest in the Pernne Grant at the route. After ttu'parade the\,council : [ ; .
t\ pie are going at Itj j it will" hot be manj Cutler,arrived in-the'c3ity last Monday. repaired to the half; where the followingpersons . ,
(, years before the Biscayne Bay country night''' 'Hon. .'W'Ewan'cameupwith wer+1 initiated into the I: .': PCSTOFFICK:BFD NG\\:MUMI,FtA. .. :r , t.
x )., t p will ,be,\noted, or its numerous luxuriant his turnout on Tuesday,and drove him mysteries r the Order: ;W. H. Pent, Repairing promptly. and cart'rul1fatte' ded :I.All work guarantwd.taclea .\ F';
orange groves and, the excellent down'\to Cocoanut Grove, and brought O. R. Nicholson, D.E Mooney, V.. (). I ov6-tf-if, 4 ,A,fall line bfep :_ and eye glasses, always.! onrband :
1r' quality of:]the fruit grown, and :Mr, him' back foo'-Wednesday' Mr.: Howe Savage, and J: I. Turnage.,-, j jOur _
: t 'T'nttlettis'eaftosaywillinthenearfuture left lor Kef W st on the steamer"Wednesday . \ ; ' .. 1
', i I ,'be reckoned the he' to + :' I A GE ALFURNltTURE: :
t among_ orange, night;where goes procure' 'Sqtons. \\ :, '
f." 'kings ofihe' Stkte. a decorticating'' machine,which be proposes ,3 County ,,
""I' r .. -)1' Cart|| "I ;n'on"Tuesday( :'to bring to Miami and rap' rl- The County]Commissioners! ? ,STOCK pt ; ,: \
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Beq nenton certain fibrous plants growing of Dade met an regular session -
J, 'e A" r night tq inspect( the.extensive' constructive . ill this vicinity! Mr. Howe spent lIev-1 lit Juno, ,on October 4.: t} 1 *
operation! of lthe FJ; .E.. C. eralyears in Yucatan- among the sisal were present, (name y our'memhrs:1 : t
,R'ythataregoing on: under his direction i hemp,plantations,.and,is an enthusiastic ' hart, White, Shone ] : [
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Z I believer'in the'.profitable,'possibilities man' Pitts was unavo ;
't. -the further proress the work.: The 'in'the culture' of hemp on the East Commissioner Laintiart chosen to
,. t.ne terminal,'the dredge and the new' Coast of Fh'rIda.> He was stopping! officiate in his 'rstead, ; ; |'n ,addition to
depot inprorements came in for a the Hotel.Miami',. while,in the. city the ri'gular'routine 8ine5S'! the petition P
share of,-hisj time: and vvatchtulJ'care) I. : "'sell at to suit the times Shades
+ ; 'b of C. B.'Knott (license:to prices Maitings Window '
,,:He found everything: moving along \ At Trinity dhurch, Avenuen', liquor 'at the, \ lib Palm at, Miami ,
4 splendidly under the direction of ''his 10th street; next: Sunday, morning, October was read and, grant | In :regard to > Coffins'and: Casketsv "in stock.:, Embalming t 'i
efficient superintendents: Mr. Carteris 17;there will be a Celebration of this petttion/it is ttatedlby,\ one of,the \ :
himself j a'Very1' \,busy man;having entire the Holy Eucbarst, ,with short address,! commissioners; that I ID was the clearest, i ;attended to, Chill or .write.NELSON '
,#' charge( the construction department at half] past' seven 'o'clock' standard most;,concise and dece t t.\one.that\ |ihas,
1 of;#jthe:1' road Land{ working a time, Sunday School,, at:, ten," o'clock,' been presented the board. ; not a sin., ; '

f \[.large points.' number He left of,for' gangs.St..Augustineyeaterdaymorniog. 'at ,different- and eleven Morning o'clock r- On aYer Monday and .,sermon St.Luke at s! gle error erasion occurred in it nor t j, was- 'tbereon'e i ,1i"' EDWIN: ,, Miami: . :.i'

\ ,* iO. i- % : .- Day, October;18jthere will,,be a Celebration A necelsaryf' ]with the Tax f '
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.,W.Connor of Tangerine,Orange of the Holy Eucharist. at eix tothecollecturaida!' . k turned over \. ,
"fir"?.County, isl'in'.the :city,' interviewing o'clock andMorDlng' Prayer' and 'sermon \ warrant issued to \ $\ .
'# 'prospective orange-growers for; the.1.. :at ten 'o'clock.... ,On Wednesday: ,him'; he will proceed a once' to >make "GpRELIl'Livery -- --and
purpose of supplying them' with yonng afternoon, October 20,atthree: o'clock ready'for the. collectionof! taxes: for '
,c trees., 'He(lias.an extensive; nursery at the Litany:,will be said and an Instruct \J*97. T }V ".' \ \ 1'i
rangerineand'a} large"assortment tion giv n. <)Friday,evening. October \ The; total caltation'I of:projert/in' '
; the best varieties of orange, lemon and 22, af eight 0' ,lock, there ,'will be a tliis county is' $$,154,5871'./(his is ex- 'i : Sale} tae: :
grapefruit trees, that are one and two conference; w}th(answering'of,,ques! chui\Bof the 'hotel: property of'Mp.fJagler : y' :

years old, !and also pineapple plants.of tions. At Miniarl Hall, next Sunday : and ,Mr.\\ .[clmiald; ,the lots ,, ,
a t thRGayenne variety; ,Mr.'Connor,has October lH,' there will: be; 'Morninpj; only have been assessedFar:the; buildings I
rmetwith,considerable) suceesabaying:, Prayer: and' sermon at nine o'clock' and and imnrovementa 'were not, completed HtX, street;near ,AvetfUe D, Miami. P ,
; ; .
'received orderfrom ''several or ourprominent Evening' 'Praye..and sermon' :at seven 'on January\1. ,,Or I l k. I \ \ l'fot ':
L { cititensl\for thousands of,his o'clock- standard' time. The total tax, for',county purposes,is | '\.. Horses. and,.Males T' to let,. nl' sale.p ," _
., trees Miami:' lie!, is\\\\ highly: pleased with : George T!Curry 1 -t'of I Key West spent $$22,21242 this include .i 47'of polls :, v.FineiBred: ,Horeea a sy iaIty.; .4

4: 'the, desirability as a esidentcityfandalsowitb:.c>f this section for :,Tuesday while waiting: and" Wednesday for 'the Biscayne in the, after city, One-half that collectable of'tbe,county by sale tix of and property all ofthe '; Carriage, Teajns. < nggyTeins Work: Te JDs'"i

orange-growing, 'and,. in all 'probability -. I : poll.,tar. ',for school purposes. : y
-" 16 months'iabsence, with his family goes
\ spent ,
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will :decide to here '
locate -
; permanently ,' in the mountains/of ;:New York'State. {his would make the ani 'o t'for gettecalpnrposes$1082.Zt1"Iesides \ l' f ,:, '. .,
; ;t t ; this 3Oaprlh7-iX- .
Mr.. Curry,us suffering'from a ; 1Do
.|Hon.'"J. ,M.' Bryinv of Kissiramee; slight;cold,,otherwise'he, is .enjoying'bls ,amount and there :wilt' -between' '$4,000 : \ Near Brady's
and lion i ; Day,' of GainesVil.'e, usual good health,' invigorated ,by $1,5O> obtained'ifror hdeuses, to be .
p members U\E'\ ate..Rli1 Koad'Commission the bracing air. of 'a Northern clime applied,to the.general ncI; ;:making a I < s
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Grocery
',. 'jm the_ city yesterday He is so well known'and liked .in ,this ,total of about $15,000. for, running' the rn' lr, r .J
,-o n, a tour of inspection of tbeE. C. city, that his return,'seems like that of county' this coming year,r.,,(The' State .
{- By and the places. ;'oT) interest along its one,of our 'own, 'people,.and :his' pleas* tax be from D3.dedc'ounty'school, this i''!'board year;.wilFeive'the'sum' will 12th StreetNOW .
\, $11,322.7-U Our} \
route. They 1 accompanied ,by J. ant countenance and genial smile were
n '1d4 j Bfyan. Jr.,er"'and P..: N. ,Bryan u>f cordiality'Welcomed by bis ,host! of, e of, $11 1'19.5a.for .its .. t" ]
'
k t r New Smyrna] The fcarty' js en jay ing friends in i Miami;j He'!left, Wednesday purposed' 'Thesefi'gure4are: | impres&je -, ] I .
,the courtesies of':,Capt.; ,W."J."Jarvii of night\'for, Key West', accompanied: ': as showing tbe'\p'1\ prosperous "i- .
li* East; Coast :line. who is making by bisfriend Mrs,.Alburywho, is'just ion of the county; ,is aj fact worthy .OPENrr
North,,where yt.note'tbat Dade county, had not.,been Gl. J
t'eturningifrom ,
." ith acquainU-dllwith!\ many beautiful a'trip ,
'
iiie she has been.combining business With in debt for nine jears.The .' -. .
}localities along :' Hne of the road. ft'
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)iTbey ,were atI\ Palm Beach\yesterday, pleasure. !Whildhe! e they.stopped at ,] board appropriated $250 more .e' S't"'a' n"'r.a'I'ft home-table,board. by the <
and after taking;in.the' points of' in the Conolly House:j, Mrs. Carry and for,the road : and Cpcoanuf -; \ l.; week or month.uisine '

east arouudthc; city i went tip :today daughters II remain i in New'York,for Grove, betweel.Mi81D"t all., : and service. first-class.: ,
"* ', ,toFt! *, 'Lauderdale,. where awhile, butare e>tpeeedhomein'about! :' '..I. . .:. : : ', ... '. . : ,, ,: Prices Moderate. ; i t
they will take t! the train three whksL: I ; ;
north. .
The t "
k 'party was registered;'atthel; : ..' 1 t" 1 -x i, \ j I : C3-EO.:i3.'DOnN"jM 'F'T. 4 ,I ,. .J
: Conolly, Steamer,Clyde Barbed.i . :
fir. '11 Jll, \ :" The parade of H,,M.; Flagfer Council i.. ,3apr97-tll'.%N .;:,,.:.: l \. 't.1t 1\ ' 'fi
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No. 1, Order of Orientals, last;Monday following news :was4received , '
& Q tea'plea'an party 'gathered ,at evening -was quite 'a;' pleasing, event t Wh-e Key"Weston'' ,Octoberl) | f "The "
the,residence bf Mrsj J..iA.'Bobbins, The processi started from the foot of McLane,Captain: Reynolds, arr = Fredk.L J
last Friday afternoon. j in honor of her Avenue, D and passed .through the. I this evening with w of the # ;; :Morse, .
mother, Mrs.: jWuodwar'd,' who "will principal tets of the city Quite, a : tug (Clyde which, was burned to the: : .' : : '
shortly leave ,fur' her J home"in Ocala; large number .of"peo Ie; from,' Miami mater's edge and sunk. ;:Thfe crew was
4T Fla.;. Refreshments were 'served: and and the surrounding townrya t on the:. ashore: at Tavernier': \tKey. The, Cap, REAL' : I
everyone seemed to enjoy.'tbemselvea' streets reviewingUhe parade abool tain, Was aboard,but asleep,. I 1 He awoke ESTATEMiami I '
jadgingbythe amduntef wit and good i twenty-five 'men. were in line,'dressed finding the',tug all ablaze.,.. He;jumped .
,hhmor that prevailed. Among ,those:, in true, Oriental j' costume, and the overboard: and swam, nearly sntie;to '
jpreseDt"Wer, !! Mrs.);Brjnkerhotf} Mea effect was ,very| pleasing. 'l'wicethe the shore.' ;;' \ Dad \ .j
c :1VeavetMrsDickson, Mrs.. Saliman, number of men would have:been 4n, "No- cause is assigned ,fo the fire (C o.,.\Florida. "
"Mrs, Muller 'Mrs',,\yil-on,.Mrs.Roper, line,,were it riot for the fact that they Ever)thmglw, s'loet." I ,. t Oo : ,f ,: .' '< \' # 11
Mrs.:Eva Wilson Misses Brinker- "
and were''unable: to:procure suits. H.: M. ,
r Iioff and Wilson. W -' .: King of the' METROPOLIS office com- : AGENT'. FOR' LAND&>OF \ : \ ,: j!
r Mr Woodward has! ,made a host of manded the Company;1 they marched ,Lake Worth Front For Sale.. i "
friends during here! short Visit bere.f in excellent time,,considering: they had Twenty-eight reP.si&l1aie. .an't:milea I"", Florida East' = Coaist1 ' I '-t.
,by, hell kind and motherly ways and less than o our7 drill previous south of, Nest Palm Beach in uettionaof ; ; ,,EailWay; Co't. \ '; .... :/
= they* regret' to Jose her.-from?their coming out one the"jstreets,and: many' Township:44, South. ,of Bang* East .I" \, Florida Coast, :line:' Canal tend Trans. CoT .,:. .:
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: lrcle,lb..t\.Jo k forward, ;to_her,coming difficult and' pretty, movemente' were Price SoO per acre, ' '* j. 4,1\' .- .. : \ .

agaio boon-' \, \\1"\f} :' \ I".j . :'executed- along,the- J line' of'; march.-, ',,Fire, ' :2-18-U,. 1 ,RBBtxsdGn: n L., ' ,1 It t Boston_ and':Florida, ,Atlantic Coast? Land Co., ,l
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Title: The Miami metropolis
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00579
 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 15, 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: VID00579
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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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. '3-NO. 23,' ,, MIAMI, DADE COUNTY/'FLORIDA, (N rttiautnde..} FRIDAY, OCTOBER r15,\I ,89 7..} t.. \ .PRICE. : CENTS,i,
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< :Patronize-home industry; smoking'; >.\ .dvertise'..'in,the't ETBOPOLl9., I 'I For sale cheap-a medium:size mole rlon't'J -h to;take*- tandem ride o"oe' M
jn _I' nN'CE l AT. SoctSn / young .and sound.' ApplyBto 'D: |E. =
i __ '.Gonzalez'' dig rs.;" and v ..-t-Gonzalez,makes t best .cigars'' in Mooney, Miami.Fla., .., "' .10-sep trW bt the these:tandem fine.from moonlight The Miami nights.-Cycle Bent Co.. ,
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'"Ex-Governor1"Wi U.Gleason ([son j this city. Try. .them.: ; iFor sale by all : r
of EaU 'Gallic were in, the city; this dealers.' |:, f.I J 8oct5nov- I order parts to all makes bicy- ; Oscar Campen, ,ttie popular young

:,1101 Minor Miscellaneous i, Miami, :MattersModesyXMtationei. < week: they tanie. againifierA' ate The sidewalk!\od i12ib'8tr| et; is now :lea; lowest' prices.' The'" Miami Cycle porter of the Hotel Miami, has the appearance -
launch and( fewdaysVvisit. Co..' roe 1 e' 'ri' :: 'r of having been Tun through
-I : >
shore ladies \
th and
completed'to
returned- << ; '
: | ] \ / children and Bar pedestrians, ,who I :1Pablic'schoof.opened 'Jast MoDda1. ,a threshing machine. Such.;is nottbe

i iRi Wheels sold on easy payments. TheMlamiCycleC. have fearoft run down by the morning with a large attendance of pu- case} however. 'Heslmplycameio cola
t . pils., There are now, in Miss Merritt's IIsion. on a wheel with a heavyweight ,
"silent st ler8'
\ S"j>f\the\ ]CY can promenade .
de a Crawford wheelCT.McCrimmon ] i*, "i \lv that-elegant: ofOugbfa.re, ith room, 80 scholars', and Miss Mann[ bat negro on the hill on Avenue G Dear tbe' .-
;
i M i J..L. Holland\of Ilolland/ as in the perfect"safety. 1 i': } J 30\'pupils under her 'charge.; Artist bridge:, He is, badly cut about the face,- .

was' 1 in the' city. city'"'tint Wedn r haeing ... ,4. i\|\ Weaver has finished 'puttin the first arms, and body but his wounds are, ;,

,yesterday., : },\ tour. Be was accompaft: ledby'] ''}his .Tbejarges"t andsrpoetcomplete line coat"of"paint' on the outsidekof, :' the, healing- rapidly. He'Ihows', ,a most

r Jno.;:B.Beilly, Esq.,went up to Palm father Holland of./Iowa, ;who ii of';men's .hats.'' ever\brought south'of building and the new schoolhouse now manly disposition by.exonerating= tbe-
i JiRide' "* Jacksonville have]just been received at presents a handsome and imposing negro from blamdaud says the smash-.
: Beach;Wednesday on business I If visiting him4 J ,
\ : t I. ,\ for: is'sle I John' Seweli::,& 'o.'!.: '-Call'and see pearance.. . *, >:\ 4' ,up.was matnl1.his'o. ndault. \ ... ;..

-) Bide a Crawford} wheel i \:|- .. : a Niagara Col ,', r by TheMiami i .them." 4\IP ,['#:' ct.tf. Have your' forks, atiaightened''indwheels We'can repair in ten minutes or'less '
% ; !t.? i I Cycle t x 1"1 i -
Mr."and 11..,. I March-of' CocoanutGrovewere ,Best bicycle enamel o.nli.per can, .trued" up' at' :The "Miami Cycle, any of your leaky tinware. Wehave'a -
in the.city; lastjSunday.N, "" Mrs.'B'KWibarlileuf,' Titiisville, who at The"Miami Cycle C .!s. o8"f' .f H' : quick fuma The (!Miami, Cycle! COA

; 9 l-c\ \ i has been' visiting;friends;in this c tyleft' Try Little ',Brost';-:Special i Formula' :Joe Dignon" was tried before}[Judge }.-We are'glad' to inform the friends of
W .H Bn ford'toil!Jacksonville I thisJweekfprJupiter, where.she )* '
; ; was i Fertilizer Ashton' last': Monday;on 'a charge"i,of Mrs,Ord wife of Engineer L. FOrd,
tomatoes1., Used by E. C. '
: will spend few daysand then return
Iregisteredat the Conolly this week.. a. ,
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from ,
I : stealinga watch McGougb an that she is .fromber'111nessand .
recovering rapidly .
\p ,her home, .'. At .- . Gaunt, S. A'BelcbCfr. Lippincott Bros
the of the
excellent employee at gardens Royal is now able to be disCharged -
otherwith. results.
d /.At
Call 1 1'
forHavana,smokers if wl8hto .1' : '
; you : Bide' ,one :of the tandems";of\ The Miami $24 a ton. '.'terms cash. Palm. After bearing:the 'evidFncehi from the /care of a physician.
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get the worth of your,money.. 8o5n "- the .case,the :justice committed the Mrs. Ord's sickness
' Miami Cycle Co. I loct-lnbv-f : it, I John',. Ellis., > was largelythe
"' t \ ' prisoner, .in default ,of $500,-to await result of
: Crawford 4 X r 7-4 i 4. 'f "r il 1 exhaustion, caused by her -
Ride_a, wheel.: % : TheXair$ rife i ithrumorsof'a'cMU4lug \' :Have your bicycleje'nameled- 'equal 'to the action;of.the' grand jury and he untiring devotion and attendance upon ".

:Dv'B., Knight1 .of !LemonCity" was w ddl ljtjin i which one of,, 'our.. ne!!; Y The Miami CyclevCo.A ,. ." ,. was'taken up the road by SberUrphU- her brother,the late H. Graham Bran ... j

registered<< ,at the. Miami\Hptel! yesterr: : prominent -youngi men ahd'one'bf.thej: !lingworth., '* ttBicycle ... comber in his last illness. As soon as ,
:
Palm.Beach today
: most charming'young' ladies of pleasure party left, : and all it,is possible for Mr Ord to getaway,
'spokes:
repair goodsfor
dale: \01 .
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: Miami on the steamei \EcJipse, Capt.McLean will
f p. will be the"principal actors. home repairing atTheMiami.Cycle they leave for St. Augustine,;
JWaniell. ,comm.apdiug'ren 'route for - - where, it is expected;lhA-changa I
,,C.AV'Bobt; of was in the --' .4 :.
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BicycTe ian!ern for .sale, ,at this city. :..They'will'.istop' over tonight ,11\ of i. air will, make ber'' than-
this week and at stronger
;\city 'stopped" the'Hotei4MlankL Miami Cycle.' ., .' } c I':at the House of Refuge and'irrive here _Thi:'contract for ;;Miss Sue Bradley ever.Hate. -

( :, v } j .i :I' tomorrow-: they,will probably remain Johnson's 'residence beerected. on < ; . ,
"s Tire.tape at Tbe''Diiami CycleCO.JS.IB. '" A/neat :'wire :has ,been ere ted'ontbe 't'over. ,SuJlday.; . !l L't't 13th'street andAvenue B, has been; t > your ;wheel enameled;.have'ft,
} / north side' the.Hotel Miami, ,_ I to F.. W. Hahn:'-which fact ia an assurance cleaned up.7 Don't ride a click-clack,
:: .'H. :Bond i a wholesale druggist of separating 'the liy the *side of!the ,: .Ride one of the Road'Kiegs.--For saleorr that the-work will be done in a wheel:Uet us fix it. The Miami Cycle Z
the railroad .rent by The Miami Cycle ''tCo: "
Baltimore, Md.;arrived in thg city on lawn'and dower s frpm \ thorough, up-to-date manner. Ground Co.'t ; .
night J, ,.. '" track which'runf: along., that side. ;;,4"f It Rev'Mr.'SCantan'in will be broken at once and the building
Wednesday:
family
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'\, z ,' O' : have_.returned completed as soon as, possible., itrwitl ,,'OA.\ /Caswell,inspector of the Flor
__ :A carload 'of'- bogs'" ;came"hi, on 'theFlorida Tandems pnlyf\'50b peK iiour at The,I from their, summer' j home; ''alIateoto be a,,very handsome residence and will idaEast;! (\Coast Batlwajrgave a very ..

', East Coast Railway this week, Miami Cycle, ; Cos.-\ .. \ \ &VL. San ter.,. 'Mr.fStanton Lemon will City preacb'attbe for the win- cost about $3,500. enjoyable party to a few, friends at hireaiaeucel .. ' t
'' v r" *' last Tuesday evening. The p
route: for.Key-West./: ( A. Rosenheim of Savannah.K.tF.Ilyman . latter point on'.next Sunday'! and will Best cork grips with German silvertips time! :was],pleasantly ,sPent in music, *'

,Bent a bicycle eSf 'The, Miami':CCo1e and.'A. Fj Hold of AtlantA,:and I bold services in:"Miami on' the'" following '-' : On &0c': pair' put 'on.)ree. The games, etc., and the occasion proved a, + '

Coy "* \ \ i I ' ,of E.the Muller travelling ufJcksonlyilleaU rnit.I;were,members registered Sabbaths: i\ft l.1 :Miami Cycle,Co. .,,: .\ "Jj delightful\,'one'Mr.tu. and alL Mrs.AmOng'Law those Mr/

H.'J. Charles of Jacksonville,yras'inttervfewing ' .. at the Hotel Miami! this! 'wee rBuyyourbicycle: tires from The Messrs Lovett' &:Laws,.our:popular and prevent Mrs.were Oliver, Miss Hilda Law_,Mca r
Miami Cyole.Co.,and.save.money: : dry goods merchants,are receiving this
.
our merchants this. week ,
l Wheels trued ,forT25c at' ;Tie Bravo, Misses Minnie ,Bennett, Emma. ; ; .
looking.for"orders.in his J.i 1e.'' \ : up"- 'lL.| ':A" .'Oolee 'rnanage4 ,St. WeeK. a JargtInvoice' of fashionable Johns- Pearl and Eunice Coons and '
Miami Cycle,Co. s., K. + "} ; the Angustine millinery ribbons. etc., direct from the 7
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Messrs. Ti E. Culver house W. (X Albert
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Trausfer-Co. \been in the
,
Bent The pas
) a bicycle of MiamiCycle: Northern market. They will undoubtedly -
', Wanted': ,Everyjbody, 'to know that several this ; F.'B.lDougUss, ,' W. Ar Jougbim ,
,C 'J -:. 1 .. city' !days) weekJooking have the finest assortment of sty- "" ; .
r'0 they van, get a gwd meal;;for,25.cents after his branch,transfer stables in this lisp millinery this side of Jacksonville*. and. o 'ben.f, - .
Capt. R., E, :Rose,1 !of i"Kisa1mmeeformerly ,' at the Delmonico estaurant,1lOth city and 'auditingthe!; ', account* of his The 'entire force are busy opening up J 1- > over "
following parties came
connected with the'Diston' street, ''near, ,,,' .venue. D.', Davis and local manager, H. Doutliit, who has resigned -, and marking the'goods, ana getting the They Biscayne from Key West on Wed on ._.

Land Co." is registered,"at,the"Conolly Hull f i :S J<}c t-tft on account of.ill healthy! them in reauiness lor their .grand fall I nesdatmoru ngA.J.MiUerand G.A., '' I

..Hotel. :. . .\4'\ .\ \ Best, cycle -oil'j10e\ .'per bottle at The ;Sewing'machines:and machine pairs Opening, which: will take 'place: on'the; Boot. of the Venable Cohstrction: Co;; ,

Rent:'a bl j-cle"ot.Tbe;. Miami Cycle Miami Cycle Co.'a.r 'I; "Vl repaired at_TbeMiami, Cycl Cd.'s. 2atpoftnismonth.I5oct.lt. '.. ;, B. '$. Farq bar, chief engineer' of the;
: \ '
," . j'u government works H. :L. ,
L Sticker
Co. 1 -1 -l .t. / )
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r / 7 \ John Ellis, the enterprising, nursery \'Fifty men are:at work, night and day, : Finest chain' graphite only1Ochighgrade''tlre agent.of the Florida.EasCCoast Rail,

A, %. 'w icon 1l; bas'ieturtiedtoMlamt inan/accompanied by bis wife and Miss ou\tbe: new'; dredge boat. aid it is expected : luc'per.'rof.at The IwaYlat: Key,West; Frank: Brown and
.
Miami -
: again after several months'-'ab Bogers\bf Okahumpkee-,",came .down that it will be launched early Cycle! : Co.'s.We . I Louis Polerl All of the' party except 11,

sence spent:at'bis!1' ,old home In Melrove Sunday from theirvtlla; atVllehley on next week \The machinery was!shipped I .i regret that lack''of' space last Messrs.'KolIer and Boot took the train
Fla. I -1; M\ theMiami'Vto: attend d, vine.services '* on the 6th irist., and .it will not belong week prevented "us acknowledging forest. Augustine 'and 'Jacksonville. '
'I before the steam dredge will beat work The latter named gentlemen came over
? i { : pleasant call from Lieut.:A. H: Bruh-
'Pistols repaired. -at"The ,Miami Cycle' '1\ "Wheels soldNin easy .payments'atTheMiami cutting its way through the channel: in i ner.and ., T. Phillips, of to superintend the loading of some fine'
Co.'.. ; e \ \ Cycle 'a.l." 1; .- the. Ba 1 * ; A *- the U. 8.'revenuecatter Winona. Mr.: brick,to be used in the construction ofthe -

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R: J., :Cblllingworth,. .the. efficient W. M. 'Featherly, bai 'built' a, high: WoOd.rlJ Js, spokes- -, 'and- '1 ait bike'fit- Hamilton of the (Treasury Department. government r '< 'works..* . at' i Key'West:. ,
sheriff of Dade was in the'city wire hi garden lot. Miami brought the gentlemen in that they J :
county, : fence around west tings for,sale,by The bycle Co. Furnished Boom:
this! week!'on'legal business.' He was of the. METROPOLIS:building" and will might inspect the views of the'steamer, .
.registered the C n!>Ul"i: plant out '&,!watermelons!and _Gon-zalt"z.'Yiaml Boom. Royal 'Club Miami on .:exhibition our Office; For, rent,:for.single gentleman' ; desirable ' '
i other for his own table Belle of Miami and Everglade; sm'okersare .They pronounced her a beauty and con- I location. Enquire of -
garden '
,Reu /a of',Thl.Yfa.m'l Oycle2eph use. J. productat sold by'all. dealers. ',Ask for them: cluded very correctly that the..citizens i It, ArWotrr; .M.er.ebant"Tailor" .
CO.- ndeJ.'' *;I : 4. \ T,8oct5novJoseptf'Jennings of our city would.;be ,extremely,proudof *
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"" -1 .. l Central Buiness"Lot' for,.Sale.
,Bide a:Crawford % heel;for sale by - \ her. '
] 'a Veteran Florida Miami Cycle Coll i' : X of Cocoanut Grove i The west 60, feet of the [lot upon ,
The
'newspaperman,arrived hi the city last t : \ was ia the city on Wednesday,morning Let us fix; your WheeJwecao'lDakit I which stands the Metropolis building:! ;- '

.Monday night and 'stopped at the Hotel ;Joseph A.McDonaid left this mornlug ,to meet,''fourteen,white:.men,.who*had a wheel (right' at, little. cost.. The" i A 30-foot street divides lot. (\lEnquirerof ,'"

? Miami" for:..couple of;.days. 1 for St. Augustine.to confer with arrived from Georgia the night before; Miami Cycle .Oo:e. I ,W!M. Feat erlY. iCitrus' _

I his partner. MrJ,. McGuire-who leaves they\areTundericontract to work for '.Through the kindness of tiY.M. Featherly '
Bide tone. of The MiIwiCycle Co.'s ud Se1zii-Tro
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Other' icaITreePlanteRosesPaalms.Bamboos
on a vacation tomorrow] night 'Mr. MJenningsallwinteronlisImmensetomato; ;the local scribe of the MKTBOP- -
'Wbeel.., \ McDonald will ',,return' ||about next' farm., ;He will plant over,HftyacreKand ous was permitted, to 'enjoy.-a' de- ', et<".. -'

"W: Ti.. Stnrtevant of Biscayne-spent Wednesday., 11\ ? expects- to- clekr' !'\-leastinn1'oniy"25cper ligbtful sail, onthe Bay under: the II' New Catilogue' !'just" issued mailed pow "

:from Saturday until Monday morning moonlight, in his trim little. yacht last application A. L.JHATCH, ,
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: "Children's wheels .for sale or'-reot at *
last in the city, as a guest of his sister The Miami Cycle,Co.'sl V::;' . '-- , ; -,bdttl ;mice Tuesday; _night.; .To say that; the, enjoyment I seplToctlS: City. point', rJa. ;

'Mrs. Julia. D.Tuttle,a/'Fort Pallas : : 'r', I bicycle oilers,IOC:, at.The' Miami Cycle was exquisite would be. putting :: Reliable. 3eeds-: ' -
Miss Lottie: Roberta", of Ky'West J 1 it mildly: The party on board consisted '
qo. | \. \1 am' '_
Bent wheel \; \ handling .A:. W Livingston
a Crawford of The Miami who is making' an,,'extended visit with, 'Of Mr,and Mrs .Featherly and ,! : '
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Cycle Col,_ ( \ friends! at Lemon* City L came'down on ,Harry I Conoll\ ,eon of',Mr] and4Mis. daubter.Drl"; and Mrs. Fopler,.',two' Sons bulk.! new\i Sold crop> seeds and keep them Send.In'. 1'

Miss'Caroline'Cain:of JRoseland) who Wednesday in,company with.. .MissAl-! Conolly;will be married Rochester, daughters and. son,'Mr-".Gardner and at catalogue prices .
has tee'n;'visiting.her sisterMrs.Hardee ; burt: Miss Roberts returned to Lemon NY.. ,,on NovembeK4tb, to' Miss Bra son; Mr. ,Harry 'Tuttle. ,Mr Robinson .Livingston's; Mall catalogue for gardeners l: r
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City yesterday. die;the daughter of\.wealthy: ..merchant and the.writer.: ,
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of Cocoant Grove, passed through : .j i I alStf I' 'P t Cocoanut Grove. > ,
the city this week;,on her .home : : of that.city. Immediately: .: .
way We have
,Wheels to rent by the week or monthat the 'marriage the wedded? uple willstart bicycle enamel bake oven I 'n
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Handle ban for: sale b7. PheMiami.Cycle,Co.] ' '. for Florida ,to spend.lhe winter and .bake'the\; enamel"on your ;wheel t 'i Stock ot)Drags; Etc. ,
: the Miami
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: .. For sale cheap a 'weJIselectedstock "
Cycle Cor ' with': the parenta nf,the ,.vounsr man. 'in equal,to.new. : A..trial will convince. large,
, : The colored Odd Felldws of Cocoanut hf8 : '! f -" -', of drugs,and druggists'sundries, '
,Contractor: Wliliam'Ysrnidoe'left'' Grove' ,will :'give an entertainmentin itt-- : Theo\ steamer Blscayne.leftfor Key stationery, toilet articles, books, etc.," ,F .;a.

j for Jacksonville. : this 'morning for their ball,at that place ndxtviyednesday .'We haye.. some.bargainsinsecondband : \ e.aLd West .on Wednesday-night and a full Some' jewelry. ,No! charge for: good: ,

.the purpose of putting IDa{ .bid. for evening., 'A launch;will mike the trip wheelsrheMlapil' Cycle load of freight 'The steamer,went out will. For,. particulars address- ,, -
down that- accommodate the v> in',charge of .the:first,,officer, Captain seplO-tf '. Mrntorous Office.
seven miles'of sewer. ,to be laid in that night to. GO; ; ; ; ; "i I IDr. \ .t1GGllrr p
:: '', colored people, who wish to attend from Bravo ;being:compelled to stay behind .
city- '
.te{ here, ; .'S. Mills ioler and family: moved and gel up the"road to fftup the steamer Launch for:Sale' Cheap.-- .. : ,i

Umbrellas'repalred<< at: ,Miami t. : into their new :residence,Jast' Monday ,:St.:Lucie,:,which,;!will be brought The launch Edith B, now In .charge "; ,
Cycle Co.'s:. .o '/ I 1 Fred'k.S. Morse;receiver; went up to and 'are busy, this'.writing, *,1 down= at on eaqd placed on,the line;to of S. Richmond,at Cutler. In good e 'r;:' -

North; Miami this, ; ,veekandJook; the dodging the workmen who are'puttingon ; i assist in carrying over.thelarge amount condition, very ,light" draught,; large
The brick .for the; new ''postoffice ,Inventory of. the,stock,buildings,'>te. 'the ,fluishing,touches to the insideof of freigbt that is daily.beine depositedon carrying Capacity J good sea boat, sail ,
,building is;befog placed on the ground j of Woods fc Co.. in'accordance witb the the:house, and indulging\.in'the the docks for Kel:West.- ,-he.ol', ; boat model, built to order of best mate't .
,and Contractor .Woxlward, will' commence order of, the court. Mr.'Morse was ,as pleasant:task of arranging their furniture ume is"so large that; theBiscayne cannot rial* .Will sell very cheap. ,Apply to ;

< the':erection of). the. "building. at sisted.in1.. bit arduous ;duties by S. L. etc.;,. in pleasant, anticipation oienjoying .handle it,all,.making an additionalboatnecesiarj' ROB n}{ 1it' :GsAHAMf Miami, }'Jondat .. .
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\'I" \ ,And'leaving wife,'and child, and all And show by'signs and wonders given I' .

T 1 THE HUGUENOTS.'i With which1' home is: How much best;; wax is worth fn heaven" !'FC' & "p' . R R1Shortest ,,:.t

SL Manr, Pbilhppe and Raoul Dn Yal And how'the wrath of God afflicts ... .' ; "

Departed.with the rest, : The wicked, ways of heretics. .. _: I t.

Jtie professions \ I C LSrrO JFO7RT2S..' And left the,wailing women thereTo I cannot say:..-or. yes--or 'no, Lino Between Florida iM ill "t '

seek the aid of heaven ia prayer, The pious Spaniards deemed 'twas so, S 5-- : : S
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: I I jI j-. I To pray they might be blest. For'even as they vowed and prayed, northern Points. -v .' 5', .

; The (Fall of :Ft Caroline, September. \ ; i Vllr. An And unseen made hand their arose hearts to,tall aid,glad. j Everett; Savannah 55 August,, Ga.,,'Colombia -I j
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: yGKO. 1, L ,1565.: : "t tS The women wktched, with anxious eye, They said Oar Lady stirred the sea. Washington Baltimore' \ ,

: \ As long straining sight',could spy, But if it came'of good or;bad, Philadelphia- New York,. *

.M. R 8BtN8. WALTER S. GRAHAM i j\1|Copyrighted. All rights reseretLl J JI. The forms of loved ones dear, I cannot,tell, it e'en maybe S .Bo.ton.u4 East, tl cSS ...

r J < While down' St. Johns the soldiers go liSt. Castor ano St. Pollux had '
i' :'ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO.I' To mnq the ships of Jean Ribault'Gainst As much to do with it as:she.' Everett,. 'VacODlAtJat *'_ 'Chattanooga.UthTille. '
'_ ., The ting of France, in glad sunshine, that'dreadfoe sO.near. ': LoaUville,Cincinnati and Chicago \
Holly ._
5 Everett Birmingham. Sprlnn. Memphis
i tt t.a.'W"; Was Boating 6'er. Fort Caroline, They gAzed until the less'ning bark vv'. I ,Little Roek, Kansas City,St.Louis. Chic. ,. t
Waved by the pleasant evening breeze" But as & speck their eyes could mark; When all things upon 'mortals smile, .go Sioux City ; t
River Junction Peniscola. Mobile, New Or- J
: 11lIhu,,. DADE. COUNTY, FLORID T atbroaght'| the breath of tropic seas, And stil) they watched;'till e'en, that speck 'Tis then they' must bewaire; leans.Texas, Mexico, California and the Paci* :
I Abd gently stirred the forest trees I The eager eyes no more might reck, This mirage comes but to beguile, licCoast'S: : ,r
*prwtlce in all co rtl. State and Federal: \With its breath giving air. And they.were left in sore'distress," To cheat the fancy with ilswile. S EFFECTIVE, MAY' IOr 1897.

,. I Spet'taI facilities examiulng..nd perfecting complete And many a hopeful heart and high, Alone, and in: the wilderness; To hide the peril which l.hekwlule Xiw YORK Exnull No.38, Leave Jacksonville "/
Laud Title.'e bave the culy
-. abstract books covering (south Dade county, Gazod on the scene with thankful eye I While rnnny a stifled sob reveals The hands of Fate prepare, I \ era(:r:1 Mavaanab.a. m, with Columbia.Through'Wanhiogtou Pullman Sleep, Bal: f

-. and receive! dally rt'porttl-\rrom\ theClerk of Or labored'neath that autumn sky I The gritjt the wretched watcher feels. To lull the mind with visions warm, timore. Philadelphia New York and Eastern, "
the Circuit Court at Juno showing all land To the logs, the hate'prepare'F.Q point*. Connect for1 Frrnandina. ReturnTrain
4 square -
-. transfers. All the certified Abtractiof Title Ab who shall tell what thought is. theirs And dreams of hope, befrethe> storm; No-81 reaches J.cboniIleP-.30 :'
the exiles there p.m. .
for South. .Dade,' county are, made at -our.Miami a gathered Who f'ize wUh te dimmed eyes, For o'er the unwitting mortal's head. S NEW YORK FAST iUlL No. 80,Leave Jack, ':
.! /' i office., M tf'hi O tend the wants demanding care; When ler.:sire, or BOn prepares 'Relentless bands are brewing aon1'ilIe1:00 p.m., dailyj for lame point fcortlu .

. \ i ; And many grateful thanks were given For V ar''dread sacrifice, Black clouds that soon shall overspread I Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New .' i
heaven fork-Return No. *> arises Jacksonville 9 1ft :
,Td gracious, all-protecting ;
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When ail they love on earth are gone. [Continued on p ge'.1i { a.m. ..' :' -i--tClICISlCATI \ ", S '>I'
GEO., A. WORLEY, That gave the refuge fair And.their,are left alone, forlorn? A5D JACKSOVmU. No. 88, Leave -:
The Spanish fleet had sailed away; What could tell 1 JacknonTille' p. m.. via Everett, Macon .
; .:A.ttQrneY'-a.t-La.: .1 Landonniere was retnrned today; pen ever Notice for Publication.1, Atlanta Chattanooga Connect tor LouiSYille. i
The
feelings o'er sorl that *
the ; '
NssbTille St.Louis, '
lot pour t! Chicago and all :Northern- !'
-- Oeueral In State and Federal Courts. And, peace and plenty seemed the When/as the cloudaAf battle lower LAND OFFICB 'AT OAIHESVILLX,FLA..t' ,and western points. .ReturnIng- train arrtres .
practice Was for the Hngnenot Jaek'onvtlIei0a.m. vASHKVIUX S .
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All business entrusted will receive prompt at-, destined ,. We bid our loved mrevftllThe S_ September ,| .. ,
: tentlon. !' Agent for qpnnania JJfe Insurance :Reprieve from war and care, loved our tears\ shall soon deplore, Notice I- hereby given that the fo'.lowl _- lug Car service BOI1T&.Tbrougll for Cincinnati Pullman rirf Slee. -
: Co. x>t Xework_ All kinds'of life.policieswrttlen.1 11s- In that fair land where everythingWas The loved our eyes shall see no more! named settler has filed .nottf of:his intention Colnmbia. Asheville, Hot Springs. Savanna Kaoxrille, '{7.;

'; ,Ofilfe\over postofflce.> _.' )! j joyoaa i) life and endless'spring.i Then pitjy her,"who, from her arms, tomake final proof In support;,of ji's claim,,and through the celebrated )' onntain Country o. -._ .
; -H i that said proof:will be made before Jno. ,B. North Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 7:00 p.m. <
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Must Betid her all to war's alarms ..
: WILL* scoTT GORDON R.'BROQJlEI i n. Arrives Cincinnati 740a.m.: ,Returning arrives ;:::
And pit her who, left alone, KeiUr United States Commissioner at Miami JackooTille ':10 a4ni.' '. /.
: SCOTT '&, BROOME, The loters. too, were happy there; Cab cal I'Weep,'and and moan! FloriJa on -ctober 80. lee 7. viz:" John p. Only line through the beautiful hill country ". "

AttobeYs-at-J.a.w' Pauline and Raoul their pleasures share.;. Did he bear more who pray''marched afield Rogers of Cocoanut 'irpve,Florida, homestead of Middle leave Jacksonville Florida P ullacola. and Zscanbia :-
Bar fc15 s.m. by No.2d.Ily
; S : i Phillippe stood by the fair Adele Or her the warrior fought shield. 5S1S7 for the'southwest'quarter ot: section 30, for Lake City Live Oak. Madison Monticello,. :.
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j OFFICE
; NOTARY PUBLIC IN And told the tale 'which lovers tell; ** Tallahassee,,Hirer Junction .
Who, left behind inrangnish kneeled? township 54 tomb range 41_east. Pensacnla, Mo '
\Vffl practice In all StAte and Federal Courts. The too [ 11- bile, New Orleans, and the louthweat.le1Ico. .
pastor, was come., H names, the following witnesses to proye .;
Attended to, .
Collections .
promptly .
California and the Pacific Coast. Carrie Sleep
.S ; OFHCK OVKK BANK or BAT.BISCAT! >B ,. To tie the' knot so lone delayed, L .. IL his continuous. residence nponl and,:cultiTatlqn ers Return No. 1 arrives at Jacksonville JfJ6 ,
Should join,the warrior and the, maid; \
Meantim I of said land,riz: a.m. S S.
S pressed \
; fighting men on "
:-I ll-une-O71tf5 And DOW they only wait until. , jthe John F. Hinton.of Cocoanut Fla. Leaves Jacksonville'! *15 a. m.for' Starke,-'
ve.
:Adown the river of tit; John \ .
Hawthorne Silver Spring Ocala Gaine-rlil.
k l JBg" S H.F.ATKJMOJT These, 1ate-comewbo: their quarters. .:fill, And safely reached the'month below, Adam Elchards..of, Cocoanut Grove,'Fla. Cedar Key., Wild wood.. Leesbnrg,.Tavares.. f''A
__ Af' : Can find abiding room, S And joined the fleet of Jean RibanlU Henry.J.Wagner.of Cocoannt: oroTe. Fla popka.Orlando, Lacooebce Dade City Plant "
And from',the crowded barracks spare, City. Tampa Arrive Jacksonville, 4.15 p. m.HashYflle .
: 'f SANDERS & ATKINSON There all 1 the plans were duly:made! R.A.S. Peacock,of CocoanutGroveF1a2Isept29oc12 -1<
A hut, where each new wedded pair. Their forces ordered and arrayed, J.M. B RCO,'Rexlster. Route-Through Mmaa; Sleepers

S v, Couaselors'at ,. May have a modest home; And soon the Admiral stood to sea VU.Everett, }Macon Atlanta.Chattanooga 0
,'AtWjs: t and, : la*, And: sweet Pauline and fair Adele bell, In his focld sbip the"Trinity;" Notice of City Election. Leave Jacksonville 7:00 p. nu, arrive Z45uh.vUielOOneztpUL *j .
Both dreamed of joyful wedding S
S T -* < Office: In Rooms 1 and 2, And on the morrow morn was seen By virtue of the sutjiorlty! nested in the undersigned Leave NaxhrUle 9:00'a. m.; S arrive Jackson': S ;
Of happy hearts and golden hours
S Brown's" Brick Building. In offing 'fore St.Augustine. by the laws of the State andthe ordinances .- vllle 8:10 next a. m. : ,
::21Uhs, 'MIAMI, FLA. Passed lightly in the jasmine jbowere, There, wLlle the !Spaniard's works he of the city of Miami. notice Is nereby 8:15 a. m--Leaves. Jacksonville for Brunt-
Ic! f An Eden in the Land of Flowers.in. : ; wick by the Cumberland Bouts Steamer and, .
-electoral: .
scanned of the of S S
55t given to the qualified city Cumberland Sound : _
; ><. < S S A landing and assault be planped j Miami that a general city election will be held tOO PI m.-Local for Everett Close connection -
L Robert R.: Taylor.I 't t 5 I But since the bar his keels denied in the Council Chamber on tli second floor of for. ,Brunswick.' Shortest' and quickest .
Alas}'When human hearts beat high, route. S = S "\
,< ttQm t-Law. ; I I A passsgejwaitedfor,{ the tide the jail building,'on the fourth Monday IIi Octo 'dOOp. m.-Local for Tallahassee S '-nd Intermediate -' ,.;.
f And J joy in
seems our ,
S : :' .' S grasp And, till the tide- hnnlll rise anon, ber.A. D.1897, the same,ber g the 2Ztb tlayof points. Arrive Jaeksonvlll 4.15 p. m. -

>'i. t. S .. .MIAMI,-:FLOBIDA., Tie-S then Destruction hovers nigh- Before the town stood off and on. said month; that .the polls willj;,\be open' from 8 9:40 p. m,-for Tampa and lutermedLstsp0S "
,: 1- And Death is what we clacpi Pullman deeper: Arrive Jackson.,111e7ma.m.L -
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Don Pedrc the .
- city, in space, o'clock,a m standard time,until sundown on : :
': ''f : Office on Uth street next Forw days had gone apace,' said day: ,that C.: P. :Eagan.(Harry Bndge And Throogh Sleepers for Cincinnati via*the-- :\ '
: .Wat on's Hardware store. And Death stabds close beside the bride. stile leave Jacksonville 'lJlOpDL' arrives ,.';
- S- : And huts, nd tents, and lines of white H. J. Burkhart are .hereby (appointed as inspectors '

S 1-fc-tffc I And S Such ib who humanity I 1.-think_ to' Began to make its r rising site ,and H M King is appointed'aeierk. ,to Asheville, For Macon:45p., Atlanta m.arrivesCincinnati7.40a.m.two trains daily Leave ::;_
they sipLovete '
-' ',' t ; \ \ eager While goodly progress had been made conduct said election. \\1'1 Jacksonville 8Wa.m. and TOO p. m. ,'.
) SLthOflS i : joyous sweets from Beauty's lip 1' On moat, and rampart, and stockade. The officers to be voted tot ara as fo0owAMayortosep'e ,: Summer rates, to excursion points,> in effect S -' .'
Jane ,
1st
Reck not of Destiny <
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t- iS S' The the stores discharged amain for I
: 1 men, one year.1' Pullman Sleepers all night trsins.
: ",,}1 .' 'J.Attorney: ; at :Ja. : That artful power, whose grim Dr. decree1egarda His largest)ship had sailed for Spain, Four Aldermen Members,. of the City Council S [:ySend for Best Indexed Township Kap- f 1

. ;: :.: ::1 hot worth nor piety. And those Were left; the smallest lay ,to serve for two years' ''j J -t* 10riC1&toA.. O. MCDONNELL :
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COCOANDX QEOVK .
1 1. ; f: 1 k rv.Meeeems'it ; 55 AtancbormnAugustine's. Bay. A. City Clerk and; .Assessor1!! tO,serve for one -k General PasMOKer Agent. ,
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t" In sudden the N. S..PENNINGTON,\
fear Spanish sawHTliA .
"J-< ... Office ai. Residence.: . 1-.ly h. oft the loved and\iostS .. u Vnannn.. ... -.t'u-onnAor -onfl-_ tfirontAnA.......y__ <1'wa--.,. year.A Marshal and Tax Collector' ,to I 1erYe' for1' one Trifle S snag,".S .. S ";,

%& i Are those who, had they wed, i For well Meneudez'eye might know year. } S -

tV'? '-eo.W.AIlen!' S :: Had,. happiest lived, had loved the- most, The harm the guns of Jean Ribault A City Treasurer,to serve lor one year. \( '
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S I f : 5' 'And therefore were,they sped; Could do a yet uncovered foe. The'question of whether the cur shall borrowthe W. MERRITT, ,.
''Twould not wiLh*}'ate's thousand dollars for'
comport decree of three
'- sum necessary
I s.t wa"W". The trnmbets pealed their wild alarms;
.44tOrrLeY ,
: Such will also be
I : earthly happinesashonldbe.But.thoe Improvements and current expenses '
Contractor
All he drums beat '
S through town to arms;
: 'ii IKBI'WKIT.1' ;:FIA, \ to lose whom were no loss. 'ilrod risin wall and part-built gate, submitted to the qualified'electors w ho are owners '- .. 'te.. 'ae.1 .-i.
To live with whom to bear a cross' of real situated In this city. I '
-S Will tn all the Courts,-State and Don Pedro anged his men to wait ---4 --. ,. ,
practice The nodesired reft : Said election win be conducted faras,
are never the deoaU as practicable S
\ The openin of. fierce ,
S 'FederaL'5 i ':IWtg : The things we'value not are left;, In the same,manner as provided: by law .i
L +- -" That should decide his city's fate, :. :Builder.
J cannot say or.yes-' or no; And end thle fuestion'p8st demnrd for,conducting general state :and County elec- BI c.

: '. Mills' '1 'M.- D.- But: yet, tnethinks,it seemeth so'; ., Of who eho dwell in Florida i ttons. I S ...
; F.wI r ; ; t hereunto
> < :: '.. Death claims the loving bride and true; While monia and In witness whereof have affixed my 54* Give 'us'a chance '
ItG5 Bat when did man e'er lose a shrew? prelates gathered there name and caused the City Clerk to attach t W seal '
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choral and '
chant
With many prayer. of Miami here to and attest the '
I: of the City same to figure '
your
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HOMffiOPMHIST.; i ; ysThe '. To all the y saints-that they this 16th. day of September 1897 A4 D 18 7, ,
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I. Would driv he hated French ':' building.-:
sun was finking to his rest away' S f [r.. 8.J JOHN B.BEILLY,Mayor. Bf'I, y'

i Behind Ihe forest west.I I (i.: .t; 1to" '- v. -1 AttesU I.GRAHty\ Clerlq:! '
S Office first ,floor ,of, Hotel 3liamI.I ot the Refer 'to: Mrs. Julia 'D.. Tuttle, F.T.
., tf_, 'Aug-27-tf I When at the gate the warders seeThe Don Pedro iwed"th of God the City( of the '
.. ./ spouse ,.. I .hereby certify that Council Btidtre, and.Bank of,Bay Biscajne. .
I .." . .- friendly :Indian_chief, Coo-cbee. Alanel'lisz! a all half-rod. / City of Miami at a regular meeting held on the
> 1 o :' : ;jWho from lost Beloy cam :'>> ADd.mad;At'[best':Almenan'wax. 16th day of September,"\'.. D.1897,'approved the
DrJas. Jackson, Jr., A wrathful man, I ween,'was he, Forty acres, onlhe south fork of the
, : | To shield hitW from RibanU'a attacks, appointment of the Inspectors and clerk of elect
; :, Ai 8pmiah'"ron'g and shame. : SLLucie river; being >i of lot 4, of,
\L r -- r S And heads l oljberetics galore, tion which are,named in the foregoing )'rocja.
t ., MIAMI. In'broken speech his tale he told Sec 'TSSl'S.R.41 E. _Good pine-r
,
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To makejiefi avor still more sure- mation. "
L : : : apple land at $3, not $30, an ',
acre Aprv
And his allies bold
Dldch mplored
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3f '' If such thiara move a heavenly maid- sepl7-ocra.. Jr H. GRAHAM,City Cler ,
FLORIDA.
.- 4 To aid him to regain his hold I pIItoRoBBIN'8_ & GRAHAM jnly2tfFlorida
S / Si To lend bis Ipse her powerful aid; I
OmeetPreieut: SS With' .,ngemce to reclaim And other Spaniards vowed their saints S : : I" / .. -----p
.
TOWKLET BKUSr DRUG STORE.' Ml be Withaxious Landonniere heard : f
ear Such ai : c'
- .. '" :And ao.werH or a time deferred{ t ,The price UB saints;to be, ; -
But swift a messenger he aped Who grant fur wax and gauda of earth
: _, DR. R. ECHAER1; With new. of all that Coo-chee said East oastR
:" ; . The prayers hich they xleny to worth

t S :DE JST- :! TQ'A4InIraI'Je&nBIbaUIt: ; And heartfelt, piety ' 'i" t .. .

For now the' fleet was come again, ADd-aU'lhi seemed to promise fair, :' S Time: Tabl. Nj\ CrmU4" Io.Ju. 5, 1'97.. j'M

Office overl Raulerson'sMarket,-n..,e. And safe amain For speedy,desperate' 'battletb. re, ;. _

.' Avenue D aud 18th street:, 7 Befon at1'nchor'rode bar.below.\ And 'ran victory. i- SOUTH BOUND: Bead S .-
.corner / LuI .. ,|, S ( Down) :SI "NORTH BOUND (Bead UD). .
.l. I '
- S I.: 1 l ... -t.r 'VL /5 ,. 1 I Noii5.No 7705p'WO31 I STATIONS. 2o ffoK S

: I Back to i the fort the order \ I m I ... "i6: ...... -.4.- L\.. ... Jackaonnlle .'.:....Ar. I 8Sp .T ........
; : ?iohn1S Frederick S came C, S If mortal ha had, framed the tale .....-. 10 lap ........ Ar"f"'$" Auguatiss.Ly. (2Sp ...,.. TOOa ........ ,
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From Admiral Jean Ribanlt" ..... Ria.S .... ... .. :
'That now tongue must tell = Ilt : ) ;. Lv..4.;..St. AngtistIno.Ar 5 3U ... ....._.
; That stirred its quietness to flame, Then would e cause of right prevail-: ;..... .... ...'0.' ,.4 ......J...Hastlnn............. 44 6p ..;,.;............._. .

\ \Cijil Engineer and Sumyor.r ,To wailing and to woe.". -: And all wej' ended,well; .' ,:::;: HII ma 60s i-t,..,: : : :; ;: rt-: ....EastPaUtka..;.Palatka.'......::..;-.L". 4 a??)p .... :;:: :::::: ::1::::

T r ;Notary Pnblio; tar' tate at J"arjre. The trumpet called the fighting men' The rigbteoui I rm wonld prove the strong I ......IIUa ;;......J.. LY'.. ..,....Pal&tka..A1'. ..... r... ......
: And bad them all then I . .. S.n Kateo........ .. .
.LV .
;and<<
\ ParticularAttezition given lo SubDwiding1argtrkt& . prepare' And nghtwi Id triumph o'er the wrong. ... ,: ties .. .e ,Msaeo.Ar. 4565p... .,, .
t " I : I IS S ,To join the ships below,: S Such are the lea that mea'relate," ; ..Onnond.,.,,.....Ar. /, "
"

,-5S Office 121tf.4I4II.FLQRfl 20th St, near Av. D: ;south Bide. .. The nd'leave boys! the Landonniere sick, the fort with to t.he hold old]-',\ But And not this thee Fa< n' ntten the Book]!tale of must'Fate be;" .n...!;:..., r ..j...... \\ ,;.....tWJ;; .POrtOr&Uge.2a;wDaytona.SmTm...,.V...;...... .' 210p 243p..1!.. ( r\rj\; \\j..j o,f:.; 'S


.' S That bn,the morrow morn the fleet Told as 'lia in history!. .i, S...... ,8l3p ...:... _.,.. I .......;. n ; ....*... iPuaop ...... ......

:: ; . ; :T. D.. BROWNr The Might:admiral sail to the!south thought the foe strike to meet.'the low,;f blow,4 Tbe Of else noble the he mi itrel, the fain brave wonld, the spare fair,' :{ : ::.:: 2 881p 5la.t.Tttucvflie.:..: :. ::::: ** ,!*....,...*. ..fa Oocoa-Point.....;:::...:::': 12 12 k Up..:::: : : ; : ::,...E: ::::.S: S

Should lay bloody Spaniard God's who'suffered there.. ...... :._ ".... ... .... .. .
marty .",_ ., (Kockledira . weep ..... .....
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Or walls_could shield, Ihe foe. ..,' ...... ..... .. ...j.'... KaaGallie.......... 1185* ..
I ARCHITECT .eeh1 'I 'ifiLl. ."... ..... J.'-..,I..r..J..8 rnol..4. ....:..._. Mil. ...
: S , ' ..;... : :.... .4 .. ..... ... '
Melboornew.x.
lltto902a : ..
TO. heaven :
S S ? l ; Vf / The Fate that! governs and earth .-.. i..J..4B weland. .......' JO 4i S '
,1 J S Though stilllhe-rays of morning shine And gives eacujbelpless man his birth ...... 1 .'t.-;. Mi: ... .. loat, ..

5 1-4-tf' s MIAMI, ;FLOBIDA.JOHH All,peaceful on Fort Caroline:, Compels this nrodnct of ,its hands 1 -..........::'.. .... .It'.........rtSebailtJan..r., ..... ..'.. .11 ...
: Pierca. .
Fort ; 93i .
: . '-'. Where stat was Quietness. 1 Ween. f,'=4. To serve the ed its'i11 demands;' ...... Seip.-. O'ia ....j.--.r..Eden..r..t. ...._".; .. .;; ;

'' .. 1 ..And'peact was now a busy.scene,, 4; And in those uands.the hapless clay '1 ...... Sla : .+....Jensen.'',.?.... ,j 967* ....... p -
: ..Aodl'wila with war's alarms Can have but ".... it .. .-0 uar1..r 949a ..5
to obey : QSp
: r "
R ; no c|oce : '
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KBOHOWITTER "- ...." 11. .}....i1Altcta... ''-'K CUSs ...... ,2p
I S c ' .- Where men their armor donned in haste, Foredoomed tq death, to wealot. woe, e.i.. .. Ida .1..r.-\...Hobe Sound: ':.....'.';';'I... 813a . 1 .
"r:JL: >: 'I' And children clang to mother's waist; Without the power ot yea or no. (|J ...... I 5aa .4..Weat Jupiter.. ......... SOOai. l3p
a-
.; And bearded men were close embraced. We coaaelo earth from other sphereTo ;......;.':. : f.1 30a1 I....,....-,.Riviera.,.......'.!.- M, 783* ... lliaai
I r..WestPahqBeaeh. ;.LT 724a
Over iS In, women's arms.. fill the allotted here .. ; 1060*
- S "years.experience. weeping T plac ;: v ....... ... Hp ,1..I;t..Llnton.--: .,. :., S 47* .. S 14*
S I : S S S S' Metropolis BuUdin>, MlamL For these were brave and true men all,' To act our parft fur task is donnaThe .. ,. VSSi1020p.::..... 225p : r.... Tort Lauderdae-I l! I C 3a .. : 71S

S /; 1-iy-ls.Foil Stock. of- Samples- Of all' Latest. Weave' I Woo answered'.. 'prompt the trumpet!call. ,curtain fal sj-and' we ara one', .............lOSOp ..-.;...'..... : C CfJ8p SUp Ar.........r1r..;.. ...Uiam1..L1'u tJ'-:...;. .. SOGafinoal. :..._.. 582 810

;, And Dot, summons quick obeyed; To other vorlosf-we know not whereTo .
3r: '.\ -' ,. Each man'was\ armed and bwift arrayed. play tha-paA predestined .there;' S ,A. AAV.BRANCH.Ko .- I ,i ;_._ '..Traln.82l5.lITaod, between Jack5

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