Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: October 22, 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: VID00580
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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; I atroie' l'home industry by smoking Advertise I in the' LETROroUS., tt'o rt c .-We are in a position' to do '\Fred. Dickerson of this city and Mrs."- '

; IIMINCE.1 IIA1. Gonzale 7 cigars. 8oct5nov the most difficult work/at reasonable Jennie Belden of Lint on. were united''. '
\ Varuadoe from 'Gonzalez I makes. the 'best cigars in i prices: All work guaranteed at'The iq marriage at West Palm.'Beach,ton **
Qaptain has'returnet.l
this city. Try theiij. For sale by all 'liaini ,
: Cycle Co.'s. September 30, last; by ;Houston D. ,
Jacksonville] ;lie has secured the con- dealers. I '
8oct5iioy '
Many Micor Miscellaneous Miami 'Hatters tract fort hauling\ and lajfhg several : The marriage of A. Bates to Saunders, notary, public. They have ...
1 miles of feewer-pipe for that city. Mrs. 8. C.iVenable, and daughter of :Miss Minnie B. Turnage' will 'be.'sol- purchased four lots atj Miami}on which ;
J Atlanta mother d sister emuized they; will erect a home;and will also ,.
at of President next October
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Modestly hire vis- 1i0 ,
When you want to a bicycle, : Tenable of construction at o'clock p.m. TJUK'event will occur greenhouses and locate perm -
company -
i t ----- it 1| The Miami Cycle'Co. 1'beyrent'lthe, Key West, and' who have a winter..res- on board :the Soiling :palace "Bock- nettlybereasfloristaandcollectorsof ,

'ire are alicays gta"I ,to receive reportsof best! | \Vhe llJ. J idence in th.Island'City, were ;registered edge,"at the foot of Avenue D. Both tropical and marine plants. *'Mrs.'Bel,4 r rr
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") any society events, church or lodge 'D!.' W.S\Grahani| left this morningfor at the! Hotel\ ( onolly this week, >arties are well-known residents of ,den did quite a business in this line,.

i meetings, anniversaries, 'celebrations a short visit of rest and recreation while waiting for'the'brat. They departed Miami. :Mr/Bates is' an efficient employee ;he; past year, and expects' to Increaseit )

''l ,banquets, etc. 'Sue 'events are /requenlty atiibis home hi Titusville.[ lie expects l on. the Biscay He,Tuesday night. of the ,F. E, C. Ry, and HissTurnageJI Iar1ely..witb this city as headquarters. {
: of a private': nature and the at"tendance to!,return jabout the 1st of November.. s ,an ,admirable young lady '- She was formerly in this line at
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Edwin furniture ,
invited i H'nce METROPOLIS our man, correctly., Try, usi i We charge less extensive. trade
guests. J : bas had erected a substantial awning than amateurs. T Miami\! Cycle Co. Just ,received some handsome bicy '" '
representative; is'not always a'k.to. report of I We at 7 m. and close 10 to '11 '
t. in front his stores; extends across I c t's., Prices $40 and '$50, sold at :".00 open a.
I '11,:t such vccurenee& If the secretaryof the sidewalk and is covered with cor- ,11. C. Budge will 'raffle off the. five and /2.50 weekly payments. The p. m..,We can. sell bicycles cheap. Now
'' such meetings or any other person steel. i ' acres of land donatt( dt j to the road fund Miami Cycle Co. ')is the time to buy. Only few cents adaytgeU .
v>furnish Jh us uth a report it will be. Wood rims ; wait' '' by the Housekeeper '' Club of Cocoanut a bicycle. The Miami Cycle
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I appreciated not only by us but will be put jou Grove. There 'are l 100 'chanc -at $1 Minyard Hall, on the'.west side hasbeen
i to Williams; at The
;I: read with interest- ,by our, locall'aub-, Miami 43 mlnute1 Cycle 'Co.'s.by. ,, each. Hen\ bee around with theist : :rented for,three. months;and thecolored 00.0At F. Lang,: of'. Cocoanut Grove,
tacrtber& have whitewashed and "
: \ : Ji ,, week: and h .succeeded! in obtaining people "
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brought to the
A.,A. est of CocoanutGrovewas op city on Wednesday
numbed 'pbt in seats for 110 people, and it: will
Mr., and Mrs, Joseph A. McDonald quite a of named.1 The 'four, large'statks of fine looking'k x
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t in city yesterday en route, and'.is ,said to be' ivell worth $25 be t used as a chapel. There are1 a num
hare,returned from t!t. Augustine.) New \York', w sere he will. spend [fa an ber of communicant, of the\ Church in ., sugarcane, taken; from" his beautiful .. ?1
month or six1 'e ks. lie ,left on the acre \ the Bahama'Islands, among' them, and .place near the Grove. Tbe stalks will
Bide a braw.fo wheel. For rent or train :Wednesday\ morning. The San Lucie6nt, out on Monday they are greatly rejoiced.that services measure over ten feet in length and 100
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4.sale,. by Tbe Miami Cycle Co.' i Tw
H.R. Boynton? of:Key West' was in The "Centuryoffered[ by 8.A. Baker, for Key West, both[. loaded down; with known in the future: as St. .AgnesS were grown on pine land with- scarcelyany
the city yesterday en ;route: for the freight and carrjiruj;I( quite a \;large Chapel, and an altar 'will shortly bv fertilizer. The cane is intended Y
1J was won by\\ Kb. Chandler, and" the lor Florida .
the South
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liQrth. s r 1 r number'passengerSriThe Biscayne .
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4;pp< ''Clev land rallied by Bert Joughina, , ,
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3 : I arrived on h r j-etijtnfiiripijw terdaymorning the Lake City Fair;and. was forwarded -
'i 's Buy your tirestof The' Miami Cycle was captured by!,W. II. Pent!!_ I' nd departagain i last/fight; il<;We pU8'b'oUJ'-business,, and push :in yesterday by Rev. E..V.. Black- ,

., Cot",and_ you 'will,saw-money. a *'IF yhu-wlnt ia\ 'bic'ycle,.-go' tb 'The; carrying severdliafs''ugers a>> I,a full the right'direction : and then we can man, !together with six, pineapple'

,John S. Front,\iof Tampa, represent-; Miami[Cycl Co.*s. They sell bicycleson I load of freight:' | F you"'a 'wf1ee"TTor"'IUO: :or $2.50 a .giants with the ftjiit oni.in' tubs,which "., ,;

I ( _Jng the ,Hall, Safe and. Lock Co., is,in easy,payments. , I We ,want yo6r trab stand if week.: The,Miami Cycle Co., were John Ellis well-known" " nursery -*. _
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t I" .t |I.. Tbe Baltimore Tailors are quite busy we know you! pay more! A .
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,i' 1 making' fall for the,fashion, wilopen al branch slaughter peu'nd The'attention of our business men Js -
", } Good enamel only fcoc per can. ..BesiCycle up uits ,.! word to, the wise. The, Miami Cycle and .,
i ble men of the 'This firm! pasture two ne-half miles northwest : called 'tg the facilities of the Mz raoroLta --4
oil, lOc,at The Miami Cycle q o.,'s. young ,city. Co. 1. j :
'. \ las gained, quite a reputation for doing, | of the t city, just beyond Mrs.. i job office for turning;out first-
l\ |F j 4 1. II. A. Ilowe, Es4.,has returned from fine.work and making perfect fits., "' I The) ,, bell for I the t man Catholic Tuttle's farm,about November L They class up-to-date printing |pf every description ,,
Key West and, will spend a few days inline church arrived from St. Louis last Saturday will,slaughter fur'the Miami trade and, We can furnish work of
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; Tandems! alUtbe' | West Palm B ach was in the. made fittings, 1,035; pounds. i The; ceremonyo to run, expect to get a considerable at as, reasonable' as ire asked in ,..
; are go. Only60cjper \ week oh legal .business\ ',and a blessing ,the 'bell, which'will take portion of-the wholesale trade ''of the l largeroffices of the; State:' The
1,; Ei[ hour, at' The, Miami Cycle Co.'s.I. . trip to.Cocoanut Grove on Wednesday!, 'place [next, Sunday m rq.ingVii( be Key \Ve: t. K. B. ,Raulerson, one of 'work of U. M. King our efficient job

I Mr. Laws of the-dry goods firm of He returned,homa yesterday morning} performed by Bishop Moore: of St.Augustine the 'partners, is of the meat '.firm :of printer in this line,who has had the direction .

\iLovett &, Laws,.has',teen' confined to' _Don't Bend,youij: money off'for' bi yI! I who' will arri'vei'I in Miami. ononight'8 ." K. B. lUulersou and Bro. of this city.. .of this work. for several months; ,!_:

'v ,his bed this$ week.' ties; we can> sell you cheaper bere41) ; train., ; I 'TrT Little Bros.' Special Formula past, needs no introduction to pur peopie. ?' ,

gIhMissrMaggieB.\\ : 'elso'n'ot this city The Miami Cycle Co. 1 \ Fertilizer. for tomatoes. Used by E.G. In this connection it might be/
lIon J. M. Bryan of Kissimmee
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in 'bas I returned home after. an extended Eight'rloads (82 tons)of machinery\: railroad commissioner iime to the flaunt, S. A. Belcher, Lippincott Bro of fay the office and King has under now hiscon-

it;jsit with fr ends at,New"Smyrna. 'j for'the new stun, redge arrived here'onTuesday '' city Tuesday' and made Several trips and others with excellent results.< At. trol the:entire mecha i'al\.force\ both v

.- 1 }We have heeis\\to suit all persona. night. The remainder will through this section of the country Miami $21 a ton: Terms cash. in the nwspaperand jobattmenta.,
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Ioc -lnuv-r John EII#s.I .
follow Boat launched north and south of'here 1
Binall.wheel shortly.fTh{, (! was ; looking :at I '
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-Cycle: Co. K H t. yesterda3and I Seeds. '"
r lot Bryan on his trips had]} the company business man of Baltimore, Prices of
the
East Hotel
1 The Seminole Club will hold'an.tm4 System was Coast direction of' Capt. R. E. Md., uied of heart disease '',in that :citya Very unexpectedly"wjth\my.last in _., ,.'
portant meeting' at: 'the. club rooms, : \ Weston! business.yesterday We en Rose and Geo. I..McDonald., r few (days ago. Many of ,Our readers voice oft\ seed, my seedsman raised the ,
next Wednesday night, at 8 o'clock, "1 understand l' will remember that Mr. Myers.and his price of} tomato....- nd bean[ seed, and'
that Mr. will be !
sharp.. **. Merry The largest and most!\complete line there Will be increase In'price ,1
I talented daughter Olivia ,spent last xa moderate ,
found Palm Beach the
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; ,of men's hats ever gbsouth'of in this, and front this on. I. E. beauty, per -
ir kiss M. E. Dodgers Okahumpkeerwho t\l 1 I winter city were permanent t
,I I \ i Jacksonville have just been!received at Ib Stone $2.35 beans, per'bu.
$2.201) ,
has been ':Mr.and .Mrs. guests at the Hotel Miami.\\ Mr. ; ,. .I
.John EllisyeturneiIto'ber visiuug home! ':Wanted!: Everybbdy to know that John Sewell & Co. *. \Call' and seethem' Myersj was avery fine old gentleman $1.00 for green, and $-1.00 for 'wax; 'seJect i

., J . .. yesterday. -, they.can' ''\get a good meal for 23 ceuts t\ r 8oct-tfj and .his many-friends in this'vicinity Irish potatoes, from Northern, :

: ,t. : at the JDelmonicoj Restaurant, 10th IsidortCoben, the gent' '\\furnishing will be, pained to bear of his death.It Ohio, $2.25 per bu.; or $6 per bbl.-. -
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|Gall for Ilayana smokers if you wish street, near, .Avenue D. Davis and' his jntention to return early I.. JOSEPHA.I; \PINK,
merchant taken quite ill Tues.: was (
...to get+ the worth, ,of j pur money. o5n Hull.. r 1; j loct-tf day night,wi was*I severe abdominal\' on pains'', this season and spend the; winter'inthis . 22oct-lt5' Cocoanut Grpve.' t

'JTbe work on Capt.. Brayo's cottage; A. A.,Bo gs came jup to the city from' and the services. of two phi siciana were city. 'Launch for Sale Cheap. ,

ton tUb '! well under way and Cocoanut Grove yesterday,on.business.Mr. required I to relieve! him.] He,. is 'now; Don' pay $75 for a wheel when you The laubch Edith R, now in charge

the 'b 8treetp' ill 'be under roof in a .. Boggs IS from Athens," .Ga.' but out of danger, though very weak. The *can buy one.just as good for $65, arid of S. U. Richmond, at Cutler In good
tei j ji o has a fine place near the Grove and i is neighboring merchants were1'!very kind; we repair same free of charge fore. conditionjjvery, light draught,_ .
large
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I planting.out and heir turn \'in the '
Miss'Bethelof .oranges/ pineapples taking attending ,months.. The Miami Cycle Co. '
/ sailboat
carrying capacity, good sea boat
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Key :West, who.has on a large scale. wants -
;been t for two years in Atlanta at 6Choo1..; | /; 1\ 'A delightful dance was given ,by the model, built to order of best mate;
arrived in the! city this week on herway The' 1lst8-'I.ibb and Bertha San- ness./ young people of the city in the Opera.. rial. Wilt sell very cheap. Apply 'to

,. home., k:} : derson,. t.w charming'young,ladies of Mrs. S.'M. Wigginton of Lexington, House' on Tuesday evening,.in honor BOBBINS & GRAHAM, Miami, Florida,. ,
V I t" J : Palma !each, were in the city for Ky., has rented the Groom'place' ,south Of the young ladies and gentlemen or S. H. RICHMOND, Cutler 'loct-tf .
t When you ride, geta good wheel few ,day :thiShW ek.: Theycame: ol Miami, and arrived in the ,jcity this who came down on the steamerhEclipse' I
The.best are for hire at The, Miami. Cy-> down -on e' excursion by steamerWest \ week, accompanied by her: [maid. She from West Palm Beach. Important ladies.: 'v

.Ole io.'s. \ j. I IBJI.r'Slricl'er through the;l cans f. stopped over_ night at thel;) Hotel ;Con- The rough weather compelled the partyto We ,have; about fifty light-wefght
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: wife and=.two chil-: : Each-tie 1 in lour renting! livery Ii oily and then repaired at'.once to her refrain' from departing for home Capes,' various in colors, trimmed. with
''dren, of Key'West \ Iii the city f for new and in ;erfec order. ,A trial will new residence, and \Swill occupy her longer thanthey expected, and our satin ribbon and small bead; they are

,a. f w''days, onl e 'ar1\way.. home. from, convince yo ., 'The Miami; Cycle"j.. time, during the winter in preparinga I:young accustomed worth P.Weach. Owing to the warm. ;
proceeded
tlleINorth.- A i't beautiful flower.garden! oa that mag- hospitality to make,the stay weather,.will close them out at 175. -
Mrs. Fran T.,Budge and chn ming ent : _t ] i pleasant for them-hence the dance on "
For salecbeag=a;: medium-sized mole little daughter Stella Swill arrive home ,nip property' ruesdayeveni 22oct-lt-bs. ISIDOR. COHIJT.Reliable .' ; A

young, and 'sound. Apply 'to"D..E.Muoney tonight fro. iTitujmlle.1 They are ,returning Gonzalez' Miami Boom' : Royal Club, i g :Seeds. F
; Miami'' Fla.;.: i 10-sep-tf fro la pleasa summer's visit 'Belle of Miami ;ergaa a mOkers e, For a couple of dollars,'we can make .*

Ed ; at' Urbana:Ohio, and stopped off.last are *old by! all dealers. Ask_ \; fOr them. your old wheel ook like new; and after I am' handling A. W. LivingstonSons' /; 7 y
Cuthbert of the METROPOLIS ,
1 gar I ; Bo do :it wilt) if not : ne ,crop seeds and keep them in,
"forcehas been'lonth' sick list this week at Tituiville {\to.spend: a few days ,1 I \ t nov we please you; your
\ bulk. Sold at catalogue prices. Send;,
back. The Miami Cycle Co.
week and'in rather with Mrs. Budge's knother, Mts. James S am'l Filer who o\vns beautiful money
consequence,we are. a] for Livingston fall catalogue for gardeners :-
short,';handed. \ i ,Ik ,Ptitchard.'t..f J ]\ Iern4'and other valuable property at Judge A.,E. eyser Writes us that all : I JaMES A. Pisa,

-;BevV, ,W., E. \Stanton '(Baptist: ) pf I. (Hugh J.ati Lemon/City : vegetable Miami' left for that place today, on the I cases that were(docketed for the October a3-tf *.. Postmaster Cocoanut'',Grove.: ,? t *>'- a
S. schooner Magnolia and will
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Lemon City'will : preach next, Sunday grower of arrived in probably term of the County Court will be j I' 4:
morning, and evening in thePresbyte- Miami on Monday,'on"his way to that bed entseveral'weeklo4ing,after continued to the January term, as:,he Lake Worth Front For Sale. -
'rian pavilion. I Iklliizes pleasant little town after an absenceof his: eitensive interests, there. TheEquatorDemocrat finds that the'public interests; will: not 'Twenty-eight acre, situate two miles

; four, mont visiting, his; home"in ,joins the!- many damaged thereby, all parties held south of West Palm Beach, in Section
of wood rims in stock, including the" East 1U dime b r way of Key friends of Mr. Filer in wishing' for him being out under bond. All jurors summoned ' of Township 44, Sooth of Range,43 East

racing. size, at The.Miami. Cycle ,- West; and 1 f for City-:on at pleasant visit and aisafe\ return. to for the October.term will not Price $50,per acre. '

Cofs. ; !* Tuesday. V: ?. 'I Demon Key IWest.-Equator-Qemoc'! .-. ,' :15th be required to attend, and all parties 2-18-tt Rousts&- Gaaaiit.Pine .
i \ inst. too':1 will be held to attend "
Mr.: 'and Mrs. LTohn' Frjess of New and witnesses on '
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are offering ome big bargainsin
York[ came over on Wednesday's boats of the first Monday" in January, at\t the 'I Cow for Sale, Jr -
bikes on little Ipayknents; 3 to 9months1 IV'' H. Biddlecome Baronet, Wis.,
; from" \Key, West and,'left on the. taln., time", At The Miami Cycle Co.'s; is regist'ered at the ConollyJ and will next regular term., The Judge: is ul1and A fine cow for' sale; half Jersey and
-'this morning., s .A, -., : spendia few days in Miami Mr,Bid gaining in (health but is ableat half Holstein breed,with a calf three
,James" Stan 1 eld and' "G. Fuller\ of -S It is rumor that a popular young dlecome is highly delighted with the present, to do verjr. ,little.at a time.*. days old.' Enquire W. P. Hatchett; .
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:New: York, are registered, i at,the Co- man of/Cocoahut Grove'will shortly climate of this sectlon.'u it appears l' to pur bicycle ':hcspital is the,largest Miami, Fla. L -oct3t.A '

holly) \'Theywill' put.in the machinery:. take unto hi self better! _,The him grand{ ,;' in comparison with the south of Jacksonville, Fla We have . -
,on the new.dredge. t i ,, )young lady is a Resident of Buena Vista heavy frosts and cold he left buC'a' few In'stock 40 wheels ands tandems. ,We Klondike at Home.'f. {
The/young ge question has days ,ago. This-gentleman: is a former have 80 wheels re ted out by the week. Agents to sell.Sure< Ketch" Roach
Ca1l'and see the Road King,the king recently ,had ,a| cottage| built, at 'the resideet of Florida and ran a1 stage Total,72 Wheels. We are here for'business. and Ant, ;Tr p., Big seller. "WriteJas. "

-of all low.priced'wheeis.. ; i The. Miami' Grove and is making every preparationfor tine_. tweenPicolata;: and .St .", Consult us before buying, and I I .;M. 0sburn manufacturer, Day::;:
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he clear waters'of'Biscay ne Bay: Be-. bank of the .Miami River",od, on B s-\\, .

\. -, '/ -r.. tOVELV'BAY\\ BISC1YNE fore this meditative J \ mood has bad timeto 'cayne Bay;containing over= 60u acres Jis F/G.! ,& p:

-I develop into ,a genuine case of the owned by',;Mrs.Julia'D. Tuttle,who

T processions \ \\\ -' \' -. \' blues, the hack pulia up jn front of has a beautiful home On this property .-, \\i\ orfest.in\ 4

\ \ the Lemon: City hotel,"which is kept- ol'd Fort Dallas'stands. , .Betieea FIwI4i,
As It Appeared to the Editor of the:
\ \', and, by the wayvwell kept-by Mrs. ': On the south bank of the Miami "lorttm Poiafe. '

\ Metropolis I\\ I \eys. We lose no time in depositingour Hirer, at its mouth, stands the store of Evtrett, ; Sawanaah'Augnata, .G

\ .1\ \, -- \,1\ l autograph,on' the register, and devote William Brickell, Whom we met for a fambia, \Washington, Bat

the hour ',which remains before minutes while mail .\ Philadelphia, New York,,
the
1 I'1t.t VIa1t'Te' few was being, \ '
On Bis Ago-Its Incomparable
GEO.U. ROBBINS Years \ Boston and the "
1\ \ Breezes" aDd Climate.- \ slIpPt-r to taking a look atthe Bay and. changed. Anybody who goes toBi- t : 4
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f ROBBINS & CO.:; ,'. ''Sizing!i up" Lemon City which placeis cayne Bay will' bear lots about' Mr., .Naah Iverett\ .I Macon,'. Atlanta, Cbat, '

known on the postal guides and BrickeU. He has his friends and those 11e. Loata CtDwnaat' and tl
Everett BlnalD am. Holly 5ariafa II
y .Attorneys-at-Law.: \\ [Republished by Request.) maps as ''lloJt<;JJr Why \\the place is who can hardly v be termed by that pblaLittleRock,.Kansas City,8cLoaia7<:.

l 'I ; RE AT and Wondrous ; generally spoken of as Lemon City aDd name. For 'many' years Mr. Brickell go. sioiix City. \.'" : i'
, s' : ; River Junction,J>eDllaeo1..' Mobile, ICe.
' : 'i. MIAMI*. DADE COUNTY FLORIDA .il'c, \ i change the. poSt ffi"e should be called. Motto,, has done a very''heavy business, bat lean tic Coast.Texas' ','!Mexico' ,California aad UM t 1

? \ '8peclalptwilltlea all examining courts:;, State and and perfecting Federal _- '. f' have occurred, we did not ascertain ;,but such is the Lemon City,.Buena Yi&ta'and' Cocoa* :'EFEECTIYE| MAY. 10, I80T.N :

c [ Land Titles. MVe.orb the cnly complete + since the editor;'of case.. nut Grove hate diverted a large amount No.38, Leave J rvllleflia. \

abstract and receive books daily covering report South from Dade the Clerk county of _' ' ''the METROPOLIS ;The place boasts of 'about fifteen of his trade. The Indians/ however, era for 8aJ m nn5bC01nmbla:, with Through, Wa.biatton Pullman 81ft D.I

#, \ the Circuit. All Court the at certified-All-tractsof Juno'showing all Title landtransfers a.s. \ nrst visited .Bay buildings, but many hOIDt"steaderiJbave still stick to Brickell' and swear by. him. timbre.> .. rblladelpblav C nnecta lot Frrnandlaa.York and all E ftetdrai*+tcraloint

for South DAde county are made at our Miami Biscayne fiy 4e their dwellings altered through the It is a well-known fact that the redman frain N*>.rt reaches Jacksoaritla 930 p.t.., '
' . Nay Toak fan MAIL No. K,Leave Jaek-
tf hf.
'om..c'. 1 years ago,and the pine woods from! one to,five miles from is a good judge of, cbaracter;:, and the aonvilIe7O ]i.m dailyforam. pelaLs sortie

t \' \ '-- -.-- following is a part the sett lernent. The' hotel would probably fact that the Indians,who have dealt York Carries. Eetnrp TbrdJlglY8teepen No..sSartVe Jacksonville* Jaektonvill Sew. ..",

1 : GEO. A. WORLEY", of'an article written accommodate 25 or\30 guests. It I JContinued'on'page 31. ",.lit. .' ,'*,c \- ", ': i ". _-' ; ,
"'''!fCIllfAn'lD 4ACMOMV1LU.: HO: 21. Lea...
\ .A.ttQme r-at-raw.. ,: by hlmf'that occasion : is newthe room art cleanand tbe table Jacksonville ?:00',PJ. ,m.:: vU Everett, Macro,\
'fi.7- \ General\ practice in State and rederal" Courts. The fishing on New* River Sound is fully! as good as one could expectin Notice\for Publication. ,'AtUntaCnattanoofca Connect for Loai Till., .
. All business entrusted will receive prompt, at ath1'illeSt.I.ouistCbleato'ad all 5ortbera
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:K t: tt'ution.AKPut for would. open ,the eyes of\Senator Quayto a place of this size H is, in fact, Lx OFFICB AT GAixr.viLLi,,Ft*.. and we wrn poinU.*KeturninK' train arrlv. '.
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INotice "
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September 1887. I Jubon\"lUe8119a.m., *- ,
f { \ QEEMANIA LIFE JNSCBANCK( COMPANY the fact that there are other places, much better than some it has been our ill hereby given lh.t the 'fo'.lowinuamed ?- AaHKVlu.1 kLvaa.Tbroogb PnllmaaBteep' \.
F'i \ of New York. in Florida fish wild\\ bite outside ink Car seryice'foe Cincinnati via Savan&aa, a
where \ \ ,
1 lot to 'sample;: which; were the best to settler h.s filed notice of:bis Intentionto Colombia Asbe tie.\Hot .Spring.
All 'klnd'L.of .life policies written. Office over 11"
l'rr- 'postofflce 15oiUhs.y, of St. Lu6ie, std sportsmen who aVe be found in towhs ten times, the size of make final proof. in support of' bis claim and throuib tbe celebrated\Xoooufn Court t+
' after big} amevill think that said proof will be made before Jno.,B, North \leaveiJaeksonville7lXlpm..' \
weare exaggerating are
\ J Lemon CityV There two stores, in Arrives 7;40.a.nu Ketarntac, .r- '
WILLIAM SCOTT GORDON B.BROOME_ Reilly, CnjiteU State; Commtfsioner Miami ,
when rlvea Ja :tOa.nw
\we report, what raine of which kept William 1i'iler :}
/ one by' ClndDi1a : \
SCOTT & BROOMS Florida onOctober 3ff, 1W7.. TjiJohft ,0. Only the tteantlfuIJkll} country
\ ; to us as a fact, by those living: in the : the postofllce is.I located. There is, ,of Rogers of Cocoanut drove, Florida,homestead : of> Peunacola. and'Eacaabta ,....
Bay leave Jacksonville I:W a m. by No.2 dallJ'! .
jA2 ttQrneys-a.t-w vicinity, that sdhools. of n'o'' less: tb: nseve'n Bourse, the inevitable real estate agent $197 for the southwestgaarterof section 30, for take City, Live'f>ak. lIacSt.oD. Konticel ,

.,".,; NOTARY PUBLIO IN OFFICE, manatees e frequently seen and land dealer, which exists in the tow ublp.M couth range 41 els' TalUbaAee. River Juwtionr Penucnltr-. .,--.' ''Ii. 3
A(Will practice In all State and Federal Courts. about the'nouth of River. B- name,tbe following. witnesses to prove bile, New Orleans,after &h..J01Ith rates exleot- \
sporting New why j is California and the Pacific Coast. 8Iee -
74 'Collections attended to. person of E. C. Harrington, > "
promptly '
his continuous residence and cultivationof
l npon err Return No. 1
ateive_at Jacksonville 7.56
::"i- \\Orfie* oVjtR, BANK OK BAY BISCA\TK: The backwoods abound with'deer also deputy clerk of Dade county and i said land,via .- a. m. f \

oj..;. '11- une-9'1 tf \\ 'and wild : \ The mouth''.of New notary public of the State, at large. John Hinton of Cocoannt ( ron,Fla. Leaves )aeksonltilE t1.s"a? 'm., for Starts \t
turkeys
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. 1 Spring Oeala Gainesville.
6 : River attractions to commend : He is enthusiastic fn' regard to the Adam 'CVRIchards.of Cocoanut Grove Fla...., Cedar Oirj.81'd\ ,Leesborg, Tavarea,. \
*...\T.9ASDKB \ U. F. it to and-tourists and Ileorf J.Wagner.of,Cocoanut Grove- Fla. Apopka,Orlando Lacoocbce,Dade City,Plant .1t' ,
t sportsmen of Lemon of which he \ -
growth City, City.Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4-15 m.
iCk R. A,S.Peacock of Cocoanot Grove,Fla. p. C"l' ,
'SANDERS & ATK s as a location for a club house or\camping considerable and' to NashfOle Eoate= ')bOh Mmai i .
owns 'a portion* ilsept WocU i.M. B A ECO, Register.. -:: \ > :SleepenLeaTeMacksonville _. = :

{ quarters -is y.\, ntSJr" surpassed\ if intimate his presence that any other Pis Everett laeon.' AOanta.- .ehatten a, .' .
At anJ 'Counselors at Law equalled, in the Stat 7* pmt arrive ,Hasttvllle7i)0nextp c' 1 !
CityElection.
.
rn itsadvantages Notice of >
o.n-
.js \ point BiscayneiBay\ can compare '. : ) : m.. .% ,;/: '' .; ,
Office i In \,Rooms'1 and 2, On Middle River\ia\\ located the plantation or attractions: with those _J'virtue of the authority vested in the undersigned Leave Kanhville 9 DO,,,In.t arrive. Jackson- ,, :
by the laws of the State and die'ordi- Till =10 next a.m. < ,', -1.
Btown'etSriek_ Buildipg, of the' Florida Fiber Company : '
\ ; possessed by Motto would be to ;invite 0:l a. Jacksgnville *.': .
X14tfhk MIAMI. FLARobert.R. \ nances of the city of Miami notice'tsherebygiven wick Cumbertnd'lata..JIteamu .
by and "
\ of which we have heard so much from
: \ a duel-of words, at least. \\\to-the qualified electors of. tbe'ItJ of Cumberland Somnd. : "1 *A\ \ ; -. .
': \ time to time. Very little has: been We plead ignorance as" to the',various MUmI that a general city election will be held 4.00: p. m-Local for- Everett. 'Close conneelion *' \:-.-<
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or. Brua.wicW.8horteat and
Taylor. done by this concern inline way of cultivating In the 'Council Chamber on the second floor of route quickest ,
\ \ \ \ sisal hemp the. actual area ambitious settlements on Biscayne the Jail building,'on the fourth Monday in October ' ,, 6UOp. m:-Local for'TallaSueeejend, Intern

t: 4 A.ttoraat Iraw. \ ; \ Bay, and, tried. to be non-commIttaiand ,A.D.1897, tbe same being the 25th.day of mediate points. Arrive-JaeluonvWe 4:13 P. m.

\ \\ FLORtD'ArN. planted out being'lesa'a6, ,two tares,. let Messrs. Harrington, and':Filer said month; that tbe polls will be'opt:..from 8 point 9:40 .p'Pnllmaasleeper m.-for+ Tampa.. and'ArrivJackon intermediate' T "
\ MIAMI -
t \. it i is not worth,talkin /about. \ do the talking while we attempted to oclockLt.m standard- time until sundown vllle7:35a.m. ,' f' ;' ;

Office on 14th street, nextWatson's So much for New River.' Breakfast do justice in tbe capacity of listner., said day: that C. P. Kagan, Harry Budge and vllleleave Through Sleepers Jacksonville for Cincinnati via' Asbe-; t
Hardware store > H J. Burkharf are hereby appointed as Inspectors ;
being and Asbevniel 45 m.atrivesCtnetnntttl:4Osnt.. "
over, muses, )hack, and passengers : p
\ \ IA. I There i is no doubt Lemon City is a ,and H M Ki DI{Is appointed as clerk,to' For)Macon 'Atlanta two trains daUy.\\ Leave .-
safety ferried cross, we are conduct'said election Jacksonville 8:15a.m. and 700 p.
it will continue
p to
R. oft, for Lemon City. ..A.r'8ev'erii growing place ; The officers to be voted for are as follows Hummer rates to excursion po tsIneffecE .
Simmons Jane "
Th'eh3of, the;land is admirable 1st. \ \f' .. -
\ hours ride through what s\\almost a grow. A Mayor to serve for one year. Pullman'Sleepers on all night triloS., "
{ r- ttozney a.t J.a-r; wilderness we/finally of, for, a town-it rises gradually from Four Aldennt'n.orYpwbersof. the.City Council r-8end for Beat Indexed Township Map .of.:
cam to one
\ the Bay,front. The water in front of ,to serve for two years. Florida A. Ol MAcDONHELL:
(XJOANUY.GROVE, FLA. the most bea Uful spots i in Florida, \ A 'City' Clerk and Assessor. to serve for:one General Paasenctr Agen.
is little than Cocoanut
., \ known as A/ch Creek. Tbeicounty t place. deeper at rear. N. S. P NNR1grQ: : \' \\ .
L at Real ce. 1.iy.hs Grove, which, of course, is an Marshal and Tax Collector;to serve for one gnat r
omc..e crosses over this stream on a natural I
advantage to any,place which aspires to )'ear. s
S bridge. The, creek'.is a n'all'owdeep\ + ,A City Treasurer,to serve for one year.
;, Gen; Allen, clear stream, which finds its way from develop as a commercial centre. Someof \Tbe question of whether the city shall borrow D. W. MERRITT, H .
\ ,the buildings are quite pretentious the sum of three thousand dollars for necessary I
tbe Everglades, and at this point it has (!"
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; .Attoxxiey gfV.TA-qo-* but\to\ the majority that term would Implements and current expenses will also be Contractor4' ;.
< .burrow d or burst its way trough or submitted to the qualified electors who are own- -:, .1
% KIT WENT, FillyWill under/a \ not \\apply. It is not claimed that t .' j
rti ledge of solid rock. The\\upper tn of real estate situated In this city. -, 'b ,
Lemon. City is noted'tbe UD.ac.e -
h> practice tn all the Courts, sta&end strata of rock remains intact and particularly as Said election will be conducted as far as practicable ''

FederaL. never resort of wealthy people What in the same,, manner as provided by law J/ .
W ; ma e.'a bridge which will cost Build
r 1b its fUture. will, be, it would be more for conducting general State and County elec- < r
I /county anything' for repairs. Theo t"'t,
than warranted from limit- \
Our "I
are
o S. ': Mills Fowler, M. D. n n(,under this rocky arch is quite we; Uon't I have hereunto affixed' my Give chanc ': ..
: observations to say Just at present. name and caused the City Clerk to attach the seal us a -

arge; sotbat when: the' water is, at its Ve are\ atisfled. ,'however, that money ,of> tbe City of Miami hereto and attest the same Stj to)figure, ony.9U'BfI.j y '
usual helgb\ boats may pass up and 1 day of I8u7, D.1897.
ROKEOP\ATllIST.( in this this ICth September A. 4
invested\ property at point building. t
\ down, the stream under the natura) L..J J JOHN B.REILLYlIayor. \
without oublealthoughitIs would pay .good interest during, the Attest> J, M.GIlAH.- r. City Cl rk. '
t bridge
Office first-floor Hotel, Mia any next fete years. But that'much can Refer toMrs.. Julia D. Tuttle, F. ;

-L.f. \ _' \\Aug27Dr. said that'at times In (be past, after I,be said safely: of almost any locality on I hereby certify that. the City Council of the Radge: and,Bank of Bay BfscaJDe. \ r

w. v r heavy: continuous rains, the creek \'has City of Miami at a regular meeting held on the ot' .
a Biscayne Bay.. 16th day of September A. D. 1897, approved the \ ;",
Jas M. Jackson. Jr. been BO swollen as to 811 the entire \ -.
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,Just before supper we walked to the appointment of the inspectors and clerk of election Wanted. \ ; a ,

4 .. MIAMI, t opening under tbe ,rocky arch"itia, a '' end of the short dock at the; p office which are' named In the foregoing*,proclamation Boarders, at Mrs. R. ,W. .Bo)' r'l,: ,,", II.

I 4 \ F RIDA. beautiful sight to stand on this natural to take a took at the Bay., The Impression : south side of 13th.street, second door t '
sepl7O t ; .J.J.M.OIUH. ,City Clerk.
bridge and look down into the clearwater east of Avenue O. Rates reasonable. ;(
was very similar to that ex-
Office at Present: and,see fish. of all sizes gliding : \ \
.... TOWNLEY.BROS' DRUO8TOItKDR. \ P' renced when we saw Indian River '
about its crystal depths.' : fl\/\
:..7 \ for1, the first\\ time from the 'railroad : \ \
R. E. CHAFER Soon after leaving Arch Creek we dock arTitusvilIe ,A '
,. seven years ago.
.0: r began to pass scattering homesteads 8outherly\breeze l \ Florida East Coast
:PEzrrrJS: ,stiff\ \ was blowing! and Ry. \\
: and before long it is apparent we. are the Bay. looked beautiful; but, just as .

.Oidoe ,'inj Kaulerson :/ lock, northeast- nearing'Lemon City. It is said there when\, our eyes>flrst rested on Indian Tim Table No. 0-C.rr.et a to. "... ., U1 1. \ \; "\ ,

corner Avenue 1>and, &IStbVreet! .is considerable good''Ia d, along the RIVerj the most\prominent\\ feeling wasa .
1 t.f SOUTH BOUND {Read Down). NORTH BOUND / - banks of Little River. This report is
desire, to seal more of it, and next >\
.
.-' ';John 'S. Frederick f. 1 '" probably correct, for we noticed what morning at 9 o'l' lock we embarked on _...... Y n. .,... 705p oni ..oddC..!,. Lv........STATIONS.ackeoanll...._...Ar. 686 0 18 .......TWa oltl ...).. ;,_ . \} '.1\.

I appeared to be quite a fine body of ham- the mail boat Spray, Captain Sawyer, .::::: IOmOa r::::;: ,815p. :::::: Lv..9t.Ar.BG: Angwttne..Lv.Angusttne:::::.Ar.: .1 ::::::: .!.O... :::::t ::::.. ,
mock about half mile west of ,
Civil ,EBgfneer, and ,Sari yore the bridge lying, 'where the a road crosses and 'in;consideration; of one dollar secured ::;::,1128..1100. :::::: :::::: :::::: .: :...:'::.Eaat.. Pal.tka.g. ..::::'::': : .:::::: ::::: ::::::: ::::. t. \y s

passage for Cocoanut; Grove, ....., 1150. ...... ... Ar..Pal.tks.L.. .. ... \
4 ..... ..... ......
State at .f.
Notary Public f/r Ijaree .This body.of hammock land, is said to which, lies about ten miles south of ..t..11 ..... .. ... ...... L..L.Pal&tk&.Ar. 4 .... ...... ...... ....... '\
\Particular Attention given to Sub-Div\d-\ contain wild lemon trees to setout ...... ip ..a..!. ;.L.. ':'r'.' Ar..8&o K&teo.........L'f. i 101t ...... .... ...... .. ....' '
"> lug large tncta. '' I enough Lemon, City.. The first stopwas madeat :...:::1289p .:: '.. .. .. : .: \11

;p Office 20th Bt, near Av. D:& \ many acres. Buena', '\ Vista postoffice, about two .. 1 asp ... . .

" \ .121tf. J '. MIAMI FLORID I impression received by the'trav- miles south, }, of what for sakeof variety .. ........ 115p 145p ...... .. .. ,.

--- t efer as he approaches Biscayne Bay is we shall call'Motto. . 2lap . : : :
\, I I a [ II I" Ii"11Irilj[
\ f2a :. l.rillllll.111 (] ,.
ORp KfiOHOVITTER, ,; \ anything\ but' inviting or.encourag'ing.A At BuenA Vista there IS a store kept .... 82SP : !

JLO A miles before reaching our: destination !- by Mr. Truitt, who runs'his schooner .;.. 886p. .

: : : we pass through a settlement regularly' between the Bay and Jack- .... 4 o6p :. : : : ::

r Orer S3 years experience,_ J\ \wbich\ twenty years ago must\ have sonville. 'Judge J. A.\McCrary-well-\\ :....: 41511 ...... ...... .. ....._.MelboDrne.' :....... 11 ..... ...... ::.... ......

:g. Fun f Stock oi.'.Sample_Metropolis of aU Building Latest Weaves.FREDRUTTER, Miami..' been quite attractive, but at, present known in Breyard county, has his home, :::::: 489p 4 65p :::::: :::::: :::{=::: .'".1.jSebaetian:..: ', Rnaeland.:":::::::: : 10 10 38 :::::: :::::: :::::: 0209

y the i locality the- ...... ...... ...... .. ..... ... .... : .
t.1r \ has appearance of neglect at Buena Vista. He what be SStOp \ ::fr5t Looie. : M 9 ..... ...in1. ... ... .. :
doing .
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\ : .... 51XJa .:.... Fort Pierce... .... % :. .. .......
: and even, .decay. Several, once, can in the way; of law and real estate: ...... ......... a07a \}...........Edeo".e...:''. 902SOs $."...'. ur...... .. slap
= \V ...... ear ...,,..... '161a..... :...... ....:: ,
? ;; fine 'properties appear to be aban We did not 'havethe .of meeting ..... ....... .:::: .. .Jensen..d 88Up
pleasure ; I 4ep 840a ............ .......... 9 .. ...... ;... 5!!6PI

t< \ Contractor o and B doned. The'buildings" which all show ,our old\ friend,as be was off on a I::::::. 7oip 721p .::::: :::::: U '!:iii:::: .Alicla.&onad; :::::::.: 8 8138 ::::::.:: :.:::: ::::.::: l9ep l2ap:

\ more or less signs of decay. wt"re,1, no trip down tbe Bay inspecting lands. F..... 'I Up ...... :. 85(!a ".. .,..\..bleat .Jupiter......:" 8 IAa .:.... ...... _..,;. l2 400
T toni'Work.ilde.r\ ...;., a02p ..... .... 103Ja . .;.... .Rivfers ..... H 783..s.. ......1118.
-jAl1kinda: of $ \ doubt, q'uite attractive a score,of years We had the pleasure: .of meeting Mh'j .... .lOp :..... ...... Il00aAr.We Palm Beaeh:...Lv. 'I ..... ..;.. ..
\ Plana and estimates furnished = agoi Much must have been McCrary and found a.... SlOp ...... ...... 1J'Ip .". .........'.Linton.'......... Ina '.i';., .:..... ......lObl.1.,
fn .free: money however, a ...... aSSp. .... ..... Z25p .,.. ...FOr1 Lauderdale-.... eo, 5 ..... .. ...:.. 7188
'U1) ,.' spent ,on the old Sturdevent place, very pleasant lady' .;:.,... IOaJp .:.,.. :...e. /tip ".. .....?,.LemJl1 Cit7.;,"...# ". 5 :1.._... ....r... ...... II2a
1f, MIAMI FLORIDA where field Is enclosed wall time ".:..l01lOp ,..... ....... I BOp Ar...;.._....Kl&mi.L.: b ... ....,... .:,.... 110.
a by a stone By this the mail had been

/ Ho PorCocoanut'Grove., ''tu Ji\t..om\ tbe Crocks that;dot tbe surface ' changed,and in'a few minutes we wire A. Jt W.BRANCH. TraiDI 82.8S.1R aDd 78. between-.Jadtt- ...
: I!fnDnUeand S& AuguatinedaUy. ; t 1
1 The fAst ,and commOdious' launch : of the land in this :locality. The gliding along over the clear waters for it 0.8 to 0.1. STATIONS" o. 2. o. t. Trat&aie' between Miami and''or9"' ,
1 lip Ly..New Smyrna.yAr. lisp 5i5p ?ferce daily,' ,
k ""Daimler'? leaves Peacock wharf at Co- tomes\formerly occupied by ex-Gov!! the, 'next postoffice- f .Miami. \'which is I Oh,11298 Lv.......IakeHelen..Lv.12 mf 455P Tralta. al8. except betWeen SundaT FortPIercei'8ID4

t oanut Grove, every; morning except 'e nor 'Gieason and ,by his ,friend and. three miles distautl: and',,reached tbe a 8 Up up U 11.62a Wa L..Orange city..4Lv.1219p 8 33p Miami daUyexcepc MondsT. ,' "' .
Sunday 8 o'clock for Miami arnvinfjat Ar..OraAp City.Lw.1213p a 25p Trains 83 and 78 oath of 8..A1aI'U
foot of Avenue D at '9 :o'clock, -, partner. l r. ,H, ,Hunt, show from the landing in less\than: half an hour. tine daily. except Sunday. 'I, "

tangle flowering vines and shralnbery .The shore of Biscayne at the I
leaving Miami for Cocoanut Grove at I '\ : :Bay\ '\TIM St aBMVBISCAYfiE" ,

t ;.10:30 a. m.; .:Tare 25 .cents each way. which kurround"the old domiciles; 'mouth: of the Miami.River, is beautiful. f 1

Will make special trips, returning to that 'at' time 8 High banks rise" hel.north'and'south ." .
\\fn well-kept:! : wer- to : a ... "
Miami in the,evening for accomnioda- .'
_c t' tion of parties,at >'easonableratesy gardens:adorned tbe premises.' The and 'the land is'\covered\ with 'a'heavy / \ - \ - \\ / .1. J.. -'. h,

se Go down"and spend a day or, two at neglected\\appearance of, this .settle' .hammock growth. :\ \ Is appointed to,Perform Senrioe follows: j
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.- "t.. Cocoanut Grove, the prettiest place on tnent\whl; ;Utill boasts of a.postofflce A" mile south ,i.of.t. Miami. , leerthere1ia ,t.' Leave MIAMI 10 JO p.m.Wednesdays and Sa&urdaTBtioDD"'UoC' with Traia U. I T

I tbe Peacock Bay.Inn:Spend and a see day the at avenneof tbe home-like roy. ," gives",a sad and* a high,''rocky; bluff, which' ;in ". Leave KEY WEST 50.a. m. Tuesdays and Fridays;

r ,al palms, clumps of giant bamboos and, gloomy castJto our thoughts at'we_begin our.. opinion, is one of the finest building : Connecting+ 4t Miami with Train 79'. followu., morning:

many 'other,:Interesting sight.in the : to feel-tW\breeze and realize:,that 8.I esJp,Florida.1 t\ ,t,\' .1\ /.' '. J.P.BECKWTTH. ':

yiciaity. ,\" _. H. in a feR minutes; ,die will be io.sight ofT ,A, large tract oflaud on the" forth .t.. Traio Manager. J.D.BAHVEB.,. Aj4tUen.J,
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I 2 j THE 'MIAMI METROPOLIS OCT. 22, 1897.i : -\


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I the clear waters|of, Biscayne Bay. Be- bank of the Miami River and ,On:Biscayne '

_.cI. LOW BAY llIY E fore, meditative. r mood. 'has. had time Bay containing Over 600 acres, j F.C.,1 & fc R< R; ;

r ,; / to develop into ia genuine rase of the is owned by Mrs. Julia I). Tuttle/who<< .. ,.

[professions 1 blues, the hack ,pulls up in"front of has i a beautiful l home. IOn) this prop: *\
Shortest Line Between: Florida -
th/ the Lemon City hotel, which is kept- erty old Fort Dallas, stands, and ill '
As It \ Editor of the '
Appeared\
and, by the way, well kept-by Mrs. On' the south bank of the Miami northern Joints.- >\

\ MetropolisOn ,, Keys. We lose rio| time in 'depositing'\ River, at its mouth, stands tbe store of Everett, Sann ah.4\upat&, ,Ca", Co- <

a I. .-, our autograph oii the rt'gister.'and devote William Brickell whom, we met for a Inmbia, ,Washington, Baltimore, r(f

\ the hour which remains be oresuppt'r few minutes while the mail! was being , Philadelphia,' New York, -
OKO. M. BOBBINS. 'WALTER S. GRAHAM On His First Visit,Fire: Years Ago-Its Inconvj Boston and' the'i\
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j j parable Breezes: and CUmaI' ; to taking k look at the Bay and changed. Anybody: whdgoeg,, to Biscayne 'Eaatr, J

ROBB1HS & GRAHAM CO. I .- iziiJg up" Lemon City,,w lich place Bay will hear lots 'abouti Mr. Everett Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga.tv*!1-'

; \; is known on th<*, postal guides! andmap Brickell. He has his friends and those Nashville Loulsr Hie,Cincinnati and Chicago '',' -

r' "' Attomeys-at-1 aw. \ (Republished by Request.] as "Mottoi" Why' the place is who can hardly be termed by that pbtsLittleRockKansasCitySLLonlaChiea- \Iw

l f" BEAT and wondrous generally spoken as Lemon City and name. {For many years Mr..- Brickell' go Klver, Sioux City. 1-,J"enaaroJ'; IfObile y-' ; New- Or'e :

.. ': MIAMI, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. l; I changeshave the post ftlc-e siio'uld be called Motto, has done 'a ,very heavy; business', but leaD nc Couit.,Texas, Mexico,California and the Pad. ,

"' 111 practice In all courts, State and Federal _' occurred we did not ascertain'; but. such ;is theca Lemon City', ,Buena Vista and Cocoanut EFFECTIVE' MAY, .10. '1897. > y

: Special 'ACUitles for examining and perfectingLaud ; .I'; since the: editor of e. l Grove have diverted a large amount, .New YOBK Ex nUll'No. 38; Leave Jackson-
Title We have the cnly complete .1'Jlle tIld a.m,witb Through\ Pullman Sleepers
abl1ratC I books raveriug- South Dade county ; the METROPOLIS: The plare 'boasts of 'about fifteen of his trade. The Indians however, for SarannabColumbia. Washington, Baltimore
Clerk of '
and receive daily reports from the
tbe Circuit heart at :3nno showing all land u,\ first visited Bay buildings, but many, homesteaders have 'still stick to BrickeH and swear by him. point., Philadelphia Connects for New Feraandln York and mu. Eastern Betdra
".I"
transfers for South.bade. All the county certified are made'Abstracts at our. Miami Title __:_ Biscayne' fide their dwellings {scattered through the It is a well-known fact that the red man Train NEW No.YORK 87 reaches Vase MAIL Jacksonrille No. 86,9:30 Lean p. m.Jack- .n

t office._ I 1-tfhfGEO. '/ years ago, and the pine woods from'one to five miles, from is a good judge of character,, and the sonvilie 7-00'p.m., daily,for name points north. i...

I I. "-' -. : ;' 1 foliowingisapartof the settlement. ll'lie hotel would probably I fact, that tbe Indians, who, have )t Carries York. Return Through No.Sleepers& arives Jacksonville Jacksonville to New 9.10 , J r

t .\ A. WORLEY.Gtneral an articlewrit accommodate 25 or 30 guests. Itis Continued ou page 9] : a. m. JAcisoNniu. tCIVCIXSATI
._ AXD No. 38, Leave i j
.A.tt: ::>rney-a.t-: ?ra'vlr,: ten' byjhlra'on\ that occasion : newthe. roomy are: 'clean,and, the table --" , Jacksonville" 7:00 p. m.. vU Everett Macon i.

1 practice in State and Federal Courts. The*[fishing' on New River Sound it fully as good'as' one could expectin NoticeUur\ Publication.. I, ) Atlanta.Nashville Chattanooga,St.Louie Chicago Connect and for all L Northernaud nlnille.

All buslntfM entrusted will receive' ;prompt atj would Ii pen the eyes of Senator Quayto a place of this fcize. It is, in fact, LIED OFFICK AT OAiNECVILLZ, FLA.. .'tI.\ I I., wenterii points Returning train arrive '
for '
tentlon.
AKTBt '
September 13:, 11W. i\\ ,, Jacksonville 8:to a. -
GKiMANIA. LIFE INSURANCE. COMPANY the fact that there are other places much better than some it has:been our Notice i" bereb? given that the foJ wlnl!- ASBEVILLB ROTTI. Through P Sa..ODlt'

I of New York.L in 'Florida, where fish will bite outsideof lot to sample, which were, the best to named settler b.s filed notice of' his intention 10g Columbia.Car service A b viUe for ,Cincinnati, Hot Springs.via. Knoxville.hrouib .'

'All postoffice.kinds sot'life, ;policies written.- 5oct.hs Office.-over yr St. Lucie, and sportsmen who are be found in towns ten times the size of to make final proof In support Of bis,claim,and the celebrated Monntafn Country o. r

\, after bg| game will think 'we are exaggerating tbat said proof will be made before Jno. BJteilly North Carolina. Leavea'Jacksonv111e 7:00 p.m. '
Lemon City. are two 'f-OOrt's, in Arrives Cincinnati 7:40.a.: ,' Returning,
t '"WILLIAM icorrSORDOX B. BROOMK when we report what'came Filer ,,United Slates! Commissioner! ;at Miami ,rives Jacksonville K.tOa.m. u-\\. I: i
: ; one of which'Tbej by' William, riia, on October 30, 1807, vjzj John :O Only line through tbe beautiful bill country '7 t
SCOTT &F BROOME,, to us aa'a fact, by, those Hying i in,the the postofilce! i Iated. There is, of. R en of Cocoanut l rove, Florida bomeatead of Middle Florida, Peuaacola. and Escambu 'a
\ Jay
it c : .Attorsieys; =at-maw vicinity, that schools* of no' less than course, the inevitable real estate agent 2'l19 or the southwest quarter,of section 30, for Late Ieaveiack.onvi11e9:15a.m.byNo.2datly City Live Oak lladiaop,: MonticeliOv j''0;

t ',1 NOTARY 'PUBLIC IN'OFPibEpractJee seven manatees are frequently .seen and land dealer,'winch 'txis.t in the township M south range 41 efts' r Tallahassee bile, New Orleans BIver.Junction and the southwest., Pensacola Mexico., Mo- *
t Will in an State_and Federal Courts. II*.> tiatne* tbe following witnessed to prove
about the mouth of New Kiv- California and the Pacific '
Coast. Carried
s porting llarringtpn Sleep
person of E. C. ,\ who is
"Collections attended to. | cultivation
t promptly his continuous residence upon and ers. Return No. 1 arrives at Jacksonville 7.55em.
6rJ-iCK OVER BAXITOF BAY, BIseA_ THE: er. The\ backwoodsabound with deer also deputy clerk'', of Dade count ti.and o*said land, vb: .

? 11-june-97-tt i o' . , and,wild turkeys The mouth of New :'notary public of teState at large John F. HlHton.of Cocoanut t drove Fla. HawUiorneSjlver Leaves Jacksonville Spring 9L13 Ocala.a. m. Gainesville for Starke,

\' River has many'' attractions to com- lie is enthusiastic ,in regard to the Adam O. RicH ds of Cocoanut Grove, Fla. Cedar Key. WUdwood! Leesbnrg Tavarea, ...I
JAB\' T.-BiN-\j JCBS ]Irk F. ATKINSON Henry J. Wagner, of Cocoanut nro>ei FlaR. popka,Orlando. Lacoochce. Dade City Plant'
mend it to sportsmen and tourists/and growth 'of' Lemon fcity, off\ which he A. 8. Peacock>( Copoanut
\SAHDERS. & ATKINSON, as a location" \ for a club 'house or camping owns a considerable portion, land to \ pt'29oct2 N J. M. BABCO KeRlster. HasbTille Route-Through Pullman' Sleepers '}

} ; kuaTters: is nflt surpassed. ) ifequalledin intimate his,presence that any other .\1" Everett Macon Atlanta.Chattanooga. .. 'J

fltoraeyi)t andfCouiiselors! ( ) t law" !! the State. point on Biscayne Bay! can compare its \ '. Notice of City Election. i: Leave 7-oo'Jacksonville next : m. 7-00. p. in., arrive ,Nashville ,

: -_' Office in. ,Booms'1'and'2.Brown's ., Oil Middle'River ,ia located' the plan. advantages ,or attractions with those I By virtue of tbe authority vested in the undersigned I Leave Nashville.9:00i in-, arrive< ,JacksonvUle6lOnexts.m. ,

r' Brick. Building, tatioji of the Florida! Fiber Company, possessed by Motto would be' to invite by the laws of the State and die ordi- l'I'8J5: a. m.-Leaves Jacksonville for Brnnewick .. '
'. IHtf-hs FLA. nces of the city oflMiami, notice is hereby tbe Cumberland Route Steamer and "
by
: .MIAMi. of have heard much from .
": wbichi7e so a duel-of words, at l aiit.. j ftven to the qualified;, electors of the city of Cumberland. Sound. : ..
time\ to time. Very little .has been We '' '' various lama that a general city election will be held \14:00 p. m.-Local for Everett. Close Connection ".
ignorance to
plead as
the for Brunswick. Shortest and ;
Robert. this n the Council Chamber.,on tbe second floor of quickestrouted
: Ip., Taylor, done'by concern intbe way of cultivating ambitious oil' Biscayne ( / : "
I : iisal settlements he Jail building, on the fourth Monday In Octo- { 5:)0 p. m.-Local for Tallahassee rod Inter; "
'ttorney'-at-J.a.: ; hemp; the actual area, Bay, 'and tried\! to be non-committal' >er A. D. 1897, the same being the,30th day ol mediate points. Arrive Jacksonville p. m. ;.
' planted out being less than two acres, and let Messrs. parr ngton,':and Filer Lid month; that the polls will be, open from 8 | 9-10 p. m.-for- Tampa) and Intermediate
Mints. Pullman
I II sleepers. Arrive Jackson
; \ \ \ M1AMI FLORIDA.' it i is not worth talking about. do the talking while attempted' to i'clocfc a'. m standard tt'lIle.urltIJ,sundown on rille735a.m.Through '

: Office on\14th street next So much for New River. Breakfast jwe ist.rier Jaid day: that C. P. Kagair., Harry Budge and Sleepers for Clnrinnatlvtt.Ash.-'
capacity Jacksonville
ti I do justice in, the l of iller leave at 7.00p.m. arrives
| .J. In-
l[ Burkhart are hereby apjiointed as
Watson'a Hardware store..j.jJ Cinelnnati'1:40
dye ,arrives
: being and .mules, hack and isbevillel.45p. m. a.m.
t l.&.U 1 t. . I : pas There j is no doubt Lemon' : City-is a s pectors,and H M KIDltis-appointed as clerk, to For Macon, Atlanta,two trains daily.- Lear i
sengeaafelyferried: across, we are cpnduct said election. acksonviile 8:15a.m-and7:00p.m.
,. j growing place ; it till continue to: Hummer rates to excursion points, In effect
Simmons off, f r\\! Lemon) City. After several The officers to be voted for are as follows: J
A. R. naval ,
\ \ The lay of the and is ad'mira.
I Ii hoursi'Iiida through what is almost a grow. A Mayor,to serve for one year. Pullman Sleepers on all nigbt trains.t .
{1" 'Atto> ey ali Traw wilderness! ble for a town-It rise grad ally\trom\ Four Aldermen, or Members'.of the City oUJic rSend for Belt Indexed Township Map of .
i : we finally came to one. of the Bay front. The Water.in front of U to serve for two years. loridato A. o. MCDONNELL, '- .,

\ COCOANUT GROVE, 'FtA. the. most beautiful! spots in Florida, the place'is'a little deeper than a't' Cocoanut A Cify Clerk and Assessor .to serve foe!one General Passenger Agent
N. S. PENNINGTON.
:
1 i f know las (Arch Creek. The county \ ar. %
I I r / Traffic il
Office inEesldencei I I 1 i-ly-bs Grove, which, of course an A Marshal and Tax Collector,to serve for one nacer. ','
this stream natural
on a
cross over
1
"t i I __! advantage to any place wfficb;'aspires to y ar.'
:f- bridgel i The creek Ns a narrow, deep, A City Treasurer,to serve for one>ear. ,
I Ailed.I develop" as a commercial centre.. Some whether shall D. W. MERRITT .
Geb. W., clear stream, which finds its way from The question of the city borrow ,: "
I ,1 t of the buildings are\! quite pretentious., 't ie sum of three thou.oJnd'dOl1ars forneeessarypmvementsandcurrentexpentes
A.ttosaa.ey I 'at X-a-w, the Everglades, and at this point it has but to the majority, that. term would ,.i1\also Contractor .. ..
&
burrowed oj t burst ,its way through or S ubmitted to the qualified electors who are 01'11is ,
It is not 'thatLemon
not apply. claimed
,
WEST Fra. '
I HzY : under fledge of.solid rock. The up- of real estate situated In this city.
4i I is noted --AND -
City as
i, Will practice tn all tbe'Conrtal; State and per, str two rock remains intact 'and. par ieiilarly election"will be conducted as far as prac -
the'resort of wealt people. WhatiUfuture In the manner as provided by law
\ same .
"
: .1' Federal. j 1.V.if., makes-a >rldge which will never cost Builder.
44 &'
will be, it would be n ore is conducting general State and County elec- _-, ,
'
: I : tbe << ou.y anything for repai The ,-
.' ; .1 : ; { than our limit n'. I'
S. Mills r ;' M'' D. 'opening* incter this| rocky arch is quite we are warrantfn'krom Witness! whereof I have hereunto affixed my 'Give chanceto
,. Fowler observations to: say ,jut at : present; me and caused the City Clerk to attach the!leaf us a
:
*i' large, sa that when the water is at hs'usualb
'I\ We arc 8a't.isftedr however that .money'\ the City of Miami hereto,and attest the samtf figure on yourbuilding. =
gbt;boat may pass up and this point',. tills 16tU day of September, 18117.! A.D. 1897. / I
HOHffiOPATHIST. c. down tpV 4ream under the )natural invested 1 Jin property' tt (L. s.J j JOHN B. RE1LLY, ,Mayor. 1- 1.1.. ; 1/ -
good
r,4 \ *. bridget c ( trouble although it, would<< pay interest during, the Attest,: J.M.GnAIIA City C1 rk.. Jtilia ,
l1ami..i' any RMer to Mrs. D
| 1, :Offlcefirstf floor;, of Hotel ) ,n 'xt few*! years. But; that much, can TuttleF.: T.
U ; T' i : 27-tf''' is said tiiat-a't l times jn the past, after ; I hereby certify that theCityCouiulloftbej, and of
l\| ,, 'Aug- be said of almost ) Budge. Bank Bay Biscarne.T .
1 r safely( any locality on /
j heavy c, qu'p ous rains, the creek has i C tJ of Miami at a regular meeting held on the
Bi cayne Bay, 1 l h day of September,A.\ D.lM97+ ,| approved the -
Dr. Jas..ML." Jackson,, Jr., been .soliwojlen as, to fill 'thel entireopening ointment clerk :: W ntcd. '.
+
and elecJtioii
.. : ust before supper ; 1valked. fhe al)) of the inspectors of {
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\ MIAMI. | lander the rocky arch j It,is a end. of the sbort'dock' a1 ..he' ce which are. named In the foregoing I proclaHmation. \ Boarders at Mrs. R. ,W. Bojer's

\ .l\ \ *n FLORIDA.,. beautiful! sight. to stand on this# natural to Jake; a 1,, look lat tli\ nay.t' pustof. m.. ) 'J.M.tRAFIAHGity'Clerk.I of 13th. street second 4or'easVof ..

3 1 \ ,, bridge and look down into the clearwater \ k ptloctes. \ Avenue C.J Rates reasonable.
", \ "h+ pr >scion was very similar to that experrencvd -
Ota'e'at I 1 ; _
Present't % lice
add fish of all sizes gliding ''
TOW I . S . about.it crystal depths. I \ y
for\ ,the' first time front ,\;the railroad

', DR. R. E. CHAFER; = Soon fter.]leaving! Arch Crtek we dock. at atTitusville I seven ;years, ago. \JA + ;

I ,1 a _, began ,td pass, scattering ,homesteads, stiff southerly.breeze was, \!blowingapdtbei lorida 1ast1CQastRy.

DE l'I'IST;; and r before J long it is apparent we arenearing Bay looked' beautiful;; but"just\ ''as

t 'Oifioelinta41:noli j Block:, northeast | lemon I Iem City.. It is said there wh n our eyes first rented on Indian 'Tian._Tabl No. O-C.rr c.c! to. .*..:.. u,. ,.

'corner: Avenue 1) an d 13th atreeL\ ,, is' considerable good land alorig the Riv rthe most prominent feeling was ,

; 4 *- 'x\\: in\ '. .9-tf: banks' of 'Ittl River.\ This report' is a'desire 'o.see more fit, and ne tm01'Qing SOUTH 11, BOUND (Bead Down)* ?NORTH BOUNr>flied Up). .
LtiodU '
o STATIONS.
No 781
'. probably correct, for we noticed}! what: : at 9 o'clock we'mbarked on ....... ;a ..,... IMp .-..... L,....... a a86 (082lite ...... ... ...
c JJohn.SFxederickCivil, :\ ; appeared be buite\ a fine body of hammock I mail boat ...t.. I SUe .:.... Slip ...... Ar.. :,....St. Augustine..Lv. 826p I00a> ;.'.._ ...:..
the
,Spray, Captain Sawyer, ,....-1 35& ...... ,;.... ....... LT.......8i. Aagastino..Ar. saup446p ....
and lyingabout half 'a mile west of "andj\ in consideration of one dollar e- ..:.:.1 0IIa .;;... ...... ...... ...,.-:,,..HaaUDre.4..1 .. . :. . ..,,,. ..
Bnglaeer Snnejor. the bridge where tbe -...... 28a :.,.. ...... ....:. ....,_..:Feet Palatka.l.... . ) roads crosses. for Gocoanut Grove ....... .. .. .. ... .. .. :
Etatfe I passage, Ar. ; .L. 4.p .. :..:. .. ...:..
: Notary Pnblio,for at Jjarse.'r J This body!of hammock land,,is skid to' whit i ' > Itttals .... Lv.......t..r.JatkL..1.$ 4Up ... ...t.:... ....
\ PrLiCnlarl.t.t.eotlon, given to 8u -Dirid., I ( lies about ten .,flipssouth :::::: 1 p. :::.:: Ar.Saa Mateo.: t:: fio{. ..:.., .... ...:..r ,
.- I' contain ought wild lemon trees ;to setout ...... 806 ....:. ...... ... ... ..
tracts 1 k "': .e Lemon City. The first stop was made Lv. "...: 6an J4.teo..r.[ /. .t.I' ftlfip .. .... ....:.
< ins large ,
. . many ..:... _._. ...... ...... Lv.-t...j/.Or ond..L., .t.I' tfiopJ82p .
Office 20th 81, near vt\D\ ;wrath side. pcresj; I at' Buena Vista postoffice.j about two 1S5p ...... ...h. ...... 4. .. .. I .: .:: : ::.. .
\ IAMI, FLORIDA.JOHK ession received ....: ....... ...... ...... ........Poa7tOnn.p. :. .. .. ...... ....._ ...... '
i:214L; \ The hn by tbe| rav- miler south of .what, for'!sake of variety ....... 'I45p160a; :..... ....... n.;.. N.. ........New Smrrn_ *!...... N ? .... .. ... ... .. ...:... .
,u ". eleras he Approaches ,Biscayne Bay isanything we;shall call Motto. j \I IAt ........ 218'p ..... ...... .... .. : ... Oak HW. ...... 183p J2E .... ....... ....:.. .....; ,
i ]J' ...... 162& ..f..:....... ..-.. "::......4.TttnaVUle.. ..... 11 .... .... ...... .... .
,EONOWITTER,, 1 t inviting orencouraging.'ore 'Buena Vista there jjs a store kept .... .. zap ..t... ...... ...... .H .......City POID"'..{} .. 12 Kp .. .... ... ....... _
i IY bin' -.... .j,... ........_ .. ....":..... Cocoa,4..4.. 12 Up ,.::::1 ...... ....".. ...... J
a'y \ A few mil4 reaching our desti by Mr.Truitt, who runs schooner ..... 886p :..... ...... ..:... .........RocktedgaT. WOTp ..... .. ... ...... .....; r
TIT 1cD t it nation wt ass:,through a settlement regularly; 'between the..Bay land Jacksonville .'..."0 40Gp ..0;'.. .... ...... .. .........JiauGa1: ie..!..;!.. .. liar. ...... ..... ...... ..;...
40Pp ... ... Sarno .l.-.i..
; 11 Si1124a
: .Over<8 years experiencL'k :' : which: twe y :years ago ,must ',have Judge J. A. McCrary* well] :.:::: 415p .;r: ::::::: : ::......,:Meibonrne. ::. : .....:
. \ polii'BnildingMitml.Full .. 4Wp : RonelandJf.t .. 10 ::'H.::: ::::: .::::: .. -:
Stock, sample( Weayes.' ,been'lqul ttractlve, but .at present known In Brevard county hats his home. ...;... IGOp ...... ........ ...... .",...,"....Sebeatian:.. :..... 1038a ...... .... ...... So30tBlOp
ot )olsU Latest , tbe locality! tas'tb' of ne- at Buena Vista. He is what he ..;... 5GOp ..,;......... :..... .: ; .:..,8 tl Looie.; ... N ...... ... ...... .
1'11', (, \ ? appearance. doing: ...... .OSp ..... ....... SOOa0a ".:...,. Fort Pterce.r;..:'. N 993t645. ...... :... ....;.
glect: 'and jevenidkay. Several 'once can in the way of law and;,real estateWe ....... 8 Sip: ....-. n: .. ....::...tEdeD.. ....: ..1. 9 I BUTTER ...... e ... ... 2Ua :... .Jensen. .......\ >> ....:. .. ... ...... I aop
: FRED ; fine properliis appear to be aban:! did.not have.the plea8urlof meeting , ::..... e.sp ............. 8 Ga71U "',,.....t..I.8isart.\ .. .. I.. ...... ... .-..... SOCp; _
doned.. The' buildings Which all show old'' friend h4''was off ....:. 701p .:.... ... ," '..........';AUcla..t..4 8861 ...... .. .....IKJp
: : 'Contractor Builder{ i our on a ...... 7tip.;U"..:',',.,:. 8 Jaa '.".Hobe Sound,1....., 813a800a ...... ..{... ...... 12$
< 9q. more or}lessa decay, were, no trip down tbe Bay inspecting: lands ....... Y lip ..... .,;..... 8Iha ; -.Wesa Jnptter} ..... _.... ...t... .._..lltop
ractive \ ...... aOEp.... ...... 102UaHOUa N F.-. : ..Rivil'ra..I.... 7Sia ...... ...\... ..'... 1118*: .
,.... All.kinda-ottoneYolk: .. doubt, quite at a score of yearsago. We bad :the pleasure of meeting Mrs: 1cCrary 1\ ....., S lOp .....'. ...... Ar....West Palm Beach. .....LV. 7 24a..4.. ..1... 10 lOa I

Plans and estimates. furniebed .Much! must have, been however and jtound her\avery 847s..4.;
money :
\r ... ...... .. ..._..
free.
II 1 1 ......10 ...... ..}. '
' '" MIAMI 'FLORIDAHoJFai spent on, tne pld jSturdevent\ place. pleasant lady. \ Soap ,4.Lemon ftWa. .. ;...... II2a
tjupe47-Jt t.i' ': + ......IOSOp.... ..... 4RipAr..r1..a'L..4. _.._. 10ft
,where a field Is enclosed by a stone wall, By this time the mail)! had been .A ,

.\ ... Cocoalnut;Grove.: built .from the-rocks p that dot the surface changed,and" in a few'minutes I \ we were I fit W. BRANCH Trains and 83.35, 87 aDd 78. between Jacksonville 0:

> The 'fast: and cornraodious launch :of:the land in this locality,.. The gliding along over the clear waters for jo.a. NO. i. STATIONS. No.2. No. 4.I Train;208..St.between Aagaatinedtlly.Miami and Tort '
\ I 10 OOa
:, 14p Lr..k.New Smyrnau.Ar., liSp 5 Sap fierce daily, .-" '
VDaimler".leaves Pe cock wharf at Coy: the, next'j postofilce, Which' i Is 8 OOp U 28a Lv..F..LakeHelen..Lv.13 trip 4 Sap I Train &'*, esceplSUlldaJ'r between Fort7Piere, and .
: inntGroTC every-iraorning. except ernor. three miles distant Yi'ajf eaabed,the a lip 11 :,[..Orange Clty.Lv. U lap{ S 33p Miami. daily.except Monday/ ::
I upU pia.Ar.Orange; City..:..LvJ13 15p.3. [. 2 P63aL.T. Trains 8a and 78 sonth ot St.,Augur .'
"
*
t andayat'at foot of Avenue\D'at'9'\\ :o'clock, arriviig -,, partner, W. H!'.Hunt' show from the landing in less'than" ; hour. \ -- tIDe' daily. except Sunday\ C ...

1 leaving 'Miami for:Cocoannt Grove at: tangle .of:.Sewering'\jvines.and shrubbery .The: i shore-of Biscayne (Bay. at the i.' 73. a4s \ t.

,\V So a. m., ;Fare 25 <;ents. each way.' which si irronod the old'domiciles, mouth of the Miami River is beautiful f.

.., AT ill make special trips :returning toMiafai that at one. tinU well-kept' flower- High banks rise,to the ftorUl and south, ', "BISCAYNEVIa '. ,t' \
\ '
in the for accomnioda- / r
{
evening
r .tion pf parties,at very reasonable\ : rates. gardens. adorned" 't t ttheL premises. 'The. and the land is covered with, ia'heavy : .( :

neglected,'appearance of this ,settlement hammock .\: '.. appointed to Perform Service as follows: r t -
'
JGO down and spend a\,day or ;two at : growth. j J.i I 1 : .. .
Cocoanut Grove the prettiest place on ,.whtcb;[still boa ts of a poetof ice 'A mile south of tbe Miam.River Leave MIAMI lOa1p.m Wednesdays sad Saturdays, connecting with Praia 39. I .

tne Peacock Bar.Inn Spend and a see day tb at, avenue the home-like of called "Btscdynerj t gives, a sad, and, there.;is_a high| ,,rocky bluff which' in Leave Dr.WEST 5:00.. m.Tuesday and Fridays t ' . IJ

t Ipalms, clumps of giant bamboos roy and gloomy citst td.ou ,tbI ghs is 'we begin our opinion,'is one'of the finest balldi ;t Connectiui at Miami with Train 78. following moraine.. '
I .
I
'many 'other interesting ighu, .in the to feel.tb4 breeze nd realize* that i ing sites in ftoridal '/ : |_ J.P.BECKWTTH: ,_ ; ... I .
; J.D.BAHNKB '
;:ri a1ty.. 1' .: : u. a few minutet we. w .vibe in tight of. ;A'large, ,t'ract'of land' porth'e . a'"I Tralo Manager. . .Au't GeD.1'aIMaIu Agra
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t, .. THE MI OLIS, 'OCT. 22 1897 / S f

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:r 1"11 I : LOVELY BAY' BISCAYNE.I I : .

, "' THE 1 POMONA, (NURSERIES, .. I.[Continued, \ from I page 2] Im-nortant / x.

I ,. NEW CAT- .with hi torso many' Wars, think well
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Loouc FOR Io9o of trick Ills Ipeaka strongly in evidence : l __

<{ WILL BE'READY TO MAIL Cf OCTOBER. 10f his fix{dealing. rThe gentlemanreferred :-- '

I One piety wars It Ito '\.owns about 2IOb acres\ \ The Land Department of the Florida EastCoast; ??,?..,,, a ',
t* follow* of oar 1897 cmUlormtr "which! comprises three miles of the (company'desires to make an exhibit of the product and
Ulyou please send : '
me a of :
copy your \ \
valuable Napery Catatogne.1 I Bad a copy, but finest na.Jr! mt. This'with' lI'l'iI.' Tut- I I resources of the\\East Coast of Florida at the State Tobacco .r :. J
haeiloaaed it. I find solniany interesting \ Fair to'be,held at'Lake City on the 27th and 28th of "' .
uMngi in.it Uat I do not wish to be without a tle's Jlu te'rjainly embraces the cream October, 1897. ', 1 .,. .;\*' .

2 I ( 1r1f n'1\!new cage Catalogue will 1 contain all the of all thai eon be 'Pun4! in the\way'of )Ir.; B. w\ Bowler or-San Mateo;; Fhv- baa been' ..> '
.; _ood feature of the 1897 catalogue bealdei many land oil Biscayne Bay. 1 *. placed in charge of this exhibit and all parties interested! twill -, '
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new oaesj Portly Illustrated with address him the! undersigned '
or
Hew to :
many '' minutes as articles for
exhibitioD ,
:- I / Photographic View*. We offer full line of After alfew chat with Mr? ,'epace. ete.,'etc.', :
to Fruit Soothero and Ornamental planting-- Trees Catalogue and fehrnbs Fret- Address adapted Urick ell, e'lare', once more aboard the ,Tobacco grown on I the;:East Coast, in alstagee'of .f .' _

1\ 1I mail bust,}|atll shortly after arrive, at preparation' and, manufacture will-be particularly accept- \ 'r/-. ''
tt.r.at a.1 h.t PMhb4 ,GRIFHNG BROS. CO, Cocoanut> Grove, just inltime\ for din- able together with each information as will aid in'the . Sf-i1:*
Peach ..
; fer. s-tIIenI Platter.. PpicOKA.]IDtSI Qa. MiCCUMT..A A, This tlaemeut development of this crop. Sugar-cane, fruits and vegetables "'',
I I I I ner. e .p a / ;
: rents very of all varieties, etc., etc., in orfter ,
IOMt> mn hr. I, I ] 'I that all the pro- 1'V _
fine appearance from.jthe Bay We-; ducts of the East Coast may be specifically and attractively '. - "' 'I.
DEAL'Ells' I counted ,2M biiildiugs, and, as al) rule; shown to visitors. I. ', . . -r ,':
W' INlFirbnir$2.50 they are of a i\ very neat and tasteful All articles intended\)for exhibition should be marked -. -. .i'
; 'haracter. Pre, are.two large stores\ plainly, with name.] and address of owner. shipped to'Mr. ff .
ind 8.1 W. Rowley, Lake CHyJFla; (F. E. a Railway. Exhibit) ron '
at this J point; ,they dpS an immense before .' ,
or October 20tbJ 1897, by freight. Be sure to advise -:. ;* '
; usin'ess. !' \ 'i \j \ Mr,Rowloyv by letter; of all shipments, u well as giv,4-
RJ' ,r; ,, \ I IS 8VU \ It was a, surprise on Sa urday evenngto ioff fall .written information such as may be necessary in -.i-:', s
I \ , 'order that
: products, be exhibited to the '' :
may
U 0 \ witness. the ,Scene atPeacock's ' beet".dYaD-,I. : .
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! ; : a K. : to $7 per. Gal. tore. Four r attendants ,wjere waitingn ( .\I''' '' / tage.A list oi premiums will be pabUshed' in a short Lime. ?-..", '
\ customers!and had their hands full. i: by the Fair Committee; also information as to rates., so-/

J Tli CCORIfcTi i The fact is, there are over;, One hundred, I J / comodationt. etc., etc- r t' ,.. .f : -" .
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Fin6WintLt: ; ,west of Cocoanut Grove, or in township .E.IINGRAHAM. ,
Beers .
q and Cigars M. These people come to do their missioner '
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\ Settlement ? ;;Land Con ,, F. E. 'C. Ry, '
tne '
\ ,trading at and from ; a

: \L. ' ""I", ; \ : \ 'what merchant we could at thel I' gbserve' place does, the as principal large a' 'lOCtzlnct ... ST., AUGUSTINEFLA- r

'PUR' uUAVA :_ INE- Op'y' wine ''of this kind put lip business as anybody in bis' line jat'itnsville
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There is a| good hotel,! kept/ by D.'DQME A ; ;
Charles Peacock and his estimable wife, : UUU5 4: c

Bottled Goods' and .Jug Trade a Specialty at which the rates'are'' very'reasonable.There .' H. .
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were some'eight ten
\ \ or Northern I
;. \ tourists stopping f 'at t epac! \when. we Pianos and Organs Sheot'Muslc and
WIILESALEAGENTSFOR were there, and [they all seemed! de- ,
Pooh 'and i lighted with the surroundings'' LOWEST PRICES iAsY TERMS Musical MerchandiseWe.will ;.
B4err treat you betrer land give yon better Tiluefor' ,;
Bi11i'' rds. of all Inds ,Daring our stay we had the pleasure money th&lJ&D1 other, home 'the O.S. Send foC tilorn your ,
: of,.baking the acquaintance of;Hon. J,; and Price List: -t ". l7sept-lT-tf-M' "
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W Ewan, who ha been honored with 1
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1\ ALL KINDS OF BABE\ GOODS. \ ,the t1 t Ie of "Duk .Q :Dade." :'1leman liis gent \ OF:COUBSElOUDO'l. -

feb5-f.i -ino-tf I I has !Q' the''past wielded) pow4 .Do You Know\ a GoThing : '

\ rful influence ip i \ outh Florida polltics. . ,
Tirade ,
IIIiiirBoat \ Catered to. + MIAMI I IFLA. . "
-- lIe is a'gofodlconversatIonalistl\ ( -J ;
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HAVEN'T .
: you ssxst FLOBTTU, or:>on would BK HXSX. :4,, .
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and having \ Biscayne\ ;\Bay for, Are'you OBOWISO :oLDI) Of coarse; eo Ass wx, ,::
A Fer ilizer:?: for, Fruit, .. \ \ \ \I\ "I over seventeen irshe. is very'well Bat-not so fast, becanse.onr MILD: cuiurz, /:;. . ." }
\ informed. on all Urnits which! might With its w& stmsHirfT Dna and'Lena. OOOL-HIQHTS; 'h : ''f '., Y

prove of interest to',the tourist'r land Makes Lire WHAT.4 f Tr OCOHT TO BZ.\ ,* :'. .'" '" .r 3 .

\" TJdepl peapile( | Mffliztjrs seeker: We spent .: era l hours in his Do YOU XiOVByLowsfis,; frnita and vegetables? CXBTAXSTT! So'do.we:'"i

company during which time we gleaned .. Bur A sous on the EAST COAST ..-* :f *?* ,
WHEBB! yon can RAjsslTous owrf ., -. '. ,',*- J
t. 1) .0> \ ) _" _Price $25.00P Ton. much' valuableinformaion.Our I\ With the LEAST IABOB 'and,fexPKNsx.\1 \t _' '., '.'
object, however, : to'': I'
was learn' .
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS ; Do )'OU.DISux.WINTER R? So do.Wf\\ /' -' '
t .. : \I Ii \ \ from personal observation, all we!could Then-OOMB TO FLORIDA'"; we're HESS TO 8TAT1 .!( ,, ,
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{ ; \ Moisture > -1 8 (to l6 per cent bout this region. \ Tp carry out this We. have and '
i 817U.U1'UJ1'I'G'swnnll1ro, , SAUJKO :
::1 \" ,: In omo ia; 1\ \ .,'.? to ." /" purpose we engaged a 'boat and arted \ ALL THE TEAB Botno.., '.,' -'
': Phosphoric.. If'1; \1- 5 to 6\\| cruise' ( \ ABE YOU interested TJS ? j i\ '\ .
1 in a which lasted four day ,and *
i ; ; ( {;, .6 to 8\,\ *r ; I,, IF so, WB are interested nr, TOTJ. \ n
slhore .
I' MaderExelusi lq of'..Bright Cotton Seed Meat,} Nitrate of, Soda Blood, Bone skirted along ,the : of the tire A LINK to our ADPBSSSJ; \ Address DRAWER "M" ;
Dissolved;,Phosphate. -Fine d Tobacco Stems I Bay, from Cocoanut prove south, to the Will' ''ix> WONDBBS' ' ,,, 'SADTT' Apoosrmc FLOBIJJA' ._
| ,_ and 'Sulphate. of PbtaM, \I. \, \| "- southern end of Car Sound, ome : anglS-tt 1 ,"

t'Write for ilreotion*for using mad.further, particular!, alia1! asc for A copy of Economic Far birty-fiveliiiles, ani';,then crossing,to '
l d for fruitV : y = : : .Key Largo/we skirte; within afew| 'LEMON: : CITY HOTEL 4
; We CirrI i Stock of Fertilizer: Material, C. Hw. Tobacco dust Potash Etc.
large ; "a i feet of the shore,of that,;large island as . -
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Write, for..forces, be"ion buying- - w T, seek\ the growers, \ trade direct.jtUiier Jar north'as Angel FishCreek', :; thencewe I 'MRS. JOHN T. CA FEY-, Manager., ,
c' { sailed out on the oCean and th-
WToomer, R.ertlizer CoeThe the 80 ,AI\very -pleasant.location, near :the,Depot.. 1\ Large,.we -1'eDt l ('rooms r
,, } erly along east shore:of Key ;Largo. ,
; Grand View of the Bay) .
There is a smooth! a
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waterway
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: Fertillzer'House of Florida1.18tfif. r cayne. Bay to, Key_ 5t' between from, Good Table and "all the Comforts of ",Home
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{: Ttiteksoa': ,iUe- :E :d.d.a.6u the' Florida reefs the cotist \ .
.and> averaging :tAT -
& HAKKVT} ; Miami r'.C.'Y.STOWX, Agent:,;'Coopannt Grove: '' : !
Agents, : five milea In widib' This passage i; .VERY MODERATE PRICES. ,

: t -- ,'Hi ordinary weather, is as smooth \\1 i A, quiet( ,'delightful place ri>rfamiliee.Wri\ fur'terms'etc., tol r
i as.theIndian'RiverortheInaideof: Biscayne
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Bay. ? \1! f! \\\r\1 \ .. : MRS. jbHN ,T.CAREY. -
4i' Southet4- We 'had often heard of the ,
Florida '
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.:oj ; : |\ anjr27-lf p-ss-mo 1 LEMON CITY PLA..
( ; \ reefs'we had studied them from the ,
f "' \' e(1 1 way. charts, hut no one can realize what they: of- J I through .
'h.t: 1 other part : these clouds of 'salt water* ,..
\ { I. ire without seeing them; q'Ye had sup: vey ,
our atJ sparkling and glistening in'thesan; -.* t'
t ;f.:. ;fJB80LOTELY i THE PORTEgf: ROU. E: 4 \ posed they" were submerged almost en- parable1. I I shine, and this -peculiar condition: ,.explains ..
Jme'f'tr in ;
had ct'
irely, and that they
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really land
; ' are believe.. the quality: ,of the ; .-
', CZBOtrOH',;PyiXMAN,DBAWTNO,BOOM\CABS, DINLNQ' CABS, breaking the seas which sweep:.in from ed by;one or'" breeze which is so charming and so'exhilarating v
T7 :
the east., We'' had no f idea, however, the ooean. .
at' Biscayne
I'L f fc -***' :THOBOXTOHFABE COACHES'' VE8TLBTJLED:TRAINS.; i \ that at\, low water some of|these tocks. : these\) waters; every body,will recall.the Bay:-condition Almost_on'!

are exposed, arid they bask| the,:waves breezes, from a hot summer's ,day when the sun is -

T l t' NORTH EA5T ; WEST. \ entirely., so that there i* no'surf' ; balmy! sunny shining and a. snddtm' hunder squall ',.
.. 'other '
? shores orUhc :
of Key Largo '
r I \ ( restful and comes up. While''the" rain to falling,
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: ',SAND islands: which. lie to i ofBis the worn-out i with the] run shining and a breeze is
: TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN, FLORIDA [ *THE ,EASTi I ,
-} Bay ,
*" I i ] -1\ cayne tbJI'h-t \ nervous i blowing .the:rain,strikes the, ,
; i I During 'our cruise days we ative Inf its cheek with a peculiar freshness.
1. Washington Southwestern Limited t ,
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i [ I I \ ,wharf (at There islsome peculiar electrical condition -, .
} .- " 1 And the Unlted.State, Fast interest'to. our ,readers. .Tliisarticle
the-
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MalL.j j first time present. It is so with ,the. '
lblL.i 6mislA0K8\ 'H t'lf.l \ I J however$,already,too long.] ,At some effect of that : ; breeze at Biscayne Bay. .An, it' passesthrough ,
: 21 n.L ,To'A ) I 'f\/\ time will take *
future we the opportunity -, We spent : this cloud of spray, caused by '
'. ; mT 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE to speak of' the lands lying on the I:
"t'I the vicinity, the Florida reefs;and continues some
1- ,, 'L'1 > ,i i .1, or 1J' 1 : west shoreof., Biscayne Bay\ south of ened for five ten miles ward until it""reaches the vJf? |
i Solid Vattttmled Tnda P4 of Latest ImproTed Pullman]Sleeping Ibaing Cocoanut Grove, and ofttie'beautiful'islands ' we west t.of Biscayne, Bay, passing- 'Vi
j i Cart through without change to Washington,'Bajtimor' I Ii' the \when :
+ lying to east of l Bay, 4-
:: L" | PtiladelphU.New York and the EaltkHROUQHTPULllMAN t' J 'i jthe .satisfy Tursel through. t I glorious.sunshine. it,ae-
We will also tell certain facts about ;
; peculiar < i acquires a peculiar quality., ; ) It.is Just
'DR-iWIN -R09IdS E J1lfjG.CARS.BE13 t the Seminole Indians' which'will undoubtedly the Bay,ten : : .right. Whoever feels it for ifew days: : =
> ; prove very Interesting! ;,but long with will ever' '
; TNEEN: JACKSONVILLE. AND NASHVILLE: ; kr ''tl article an : afterward long to, return to ,
must t'I '
; our present, c Cewlth'afew
\ , i rbiCbwas? ; : ,its 1nfluenc'F. Many people have felt
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remarks, in regard'to\ ,the, peculiarfeatures was different this breeze land yet; have not realized' ."
Through, k ,Sleeping 1\\ Cara Dally Jacksonville: to fe j i \' of, the Biscayne? ;Bay. ,Country.'It :. And one would its -peculiar\]quality. There are those
Cincinnati,:via'Asneville.lThrousrh the : 'goes \wjthout 'saying .that, '
ivL. '- \' the stronger,! who will prefer. a' cup of rankstrong
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1 : ? /r L 1"i .' 't:U' healthful climate and equabletemperatore. we" had, ever '; are,people:'w o,,when-they: taste a :'cup' : +

.fury a. !,aleatof'or detdlidinibrmtiof. 6be ato }&AH.WAT u to salsa or/iu achedoles ooaaectioaa., Bleeping; t car'I r-rla; cto.' '". pplj t,:1 r_ :The did military! .recor e\;kept at ocean itself at of genuine Jav[ ,or 'Mocha; properly = '

(' ,-L ' 'I 1 -I \ 'Fort Dallas show that the meap.yarfa .pe.C naver : made, know that.they: have foundsome-;

l A.SHIPuAN, : : PUL'Agtt>313 West Bay'StTMt:' t,"Jac vide, r-oi\:: '' tion of the temperature' between' win-. exhilarating thing rare. Those_ .are the. kind, of people
1 '
J, M. OULP: r ;F rA.TURKij.'; ; \ .JZ j|HARD: ter'and, 'bummer, is ?only!aboatr'ten' degrass might\walk who'will;: appreciate*the J ncom parable I
TraBo : eb: ,.. that of- the' winter being 7r? and Tbfeeze
1 'w-.pcm.Da.: Gfrn Let PauA .; the. rocks : of Biscayne Ba.y It: is '
i, ; 'W AgtWaahlagtoi.rXQ 'V- -, "G a : and of the.''summer about Spoilt was when '
had heard of of time this
locality
',,' only a question -
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I '." T .. our, desireJhowever, ,' learn rat advantages :- ,always will'be |he most noted! resort I

I' I '\ t his'section, posseasea., whicb \When we\ the United States jjJC.
'.' are ,pecuiiar.jto;\ itself and ,nofifouud\ Angel Fishy:! There are other peculiar attraetioha'possessed ,

< 1 Kc.1.B; .elsewhere in, South,Florida.. ,.T erwant- and saw for: :\ by 'the,Biscayne Bay region,

ed to know w at'there wasthaLwouldy Reefs, it.was but we' will '''b 've. to tell of them. 'some' s

Ji)iataied ')Y diet..4 i ..Orders'romp' pQr Filled\ especially- attract' the tourist i and homeseeker. dashing' ; other'time.T] \ ; :.
.|The climate"of are' ; *** i
Biscayne, Bay roes ,
,-J 4Miar'ni; *' ,'Ice o.S.: N. Gladwin'Mpa: : : g'r.,- \ must Always be'a great dtncti '1 To' 'spny;, t, : $1.50 Some weekly good: is second-hand'nil we ask..bikes. The for Miami$25:

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4 \ i, j THE; MIAMI METROPOLIS" )! OCT. 22, 1897. I ,".,'; ,

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,. 189a aid 1800, SUlfh section would dis-1 I The Doctor does I'hiut scan to realize that n\any. \

The: \\1japii 1eopoIis franchise more than iwo-thirds of; our along ity ol his with"sore the Xew\Brefully)>lar! and that aware It of It a the fruitful local i
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a oesi citizens, for only. a small 1 percent Jade source winee.of! great" lilttrlousness,' | to.see the "galled Bank of Biscavne

\ agejof; pur,people mo ed to Dade,county ; Bay
Entered: in the Postofflce at'' Miami: Florida We repeat| :without, further com- .
fh time to register for the general
as eecond-claji matter.
-+ .t t.... 1\\ State election last year; hence if, theyare meat and without' attempting to draw .
THB MOST SOUTHKBK NXWSFAFEB.TTTBZJSHXD I'' 'any "inference i that wp cannot see
+ the
;,pot t-egiatered on county books, '
OK-THE MAIM LUND or how the; raisir got_hun Wstoffice to
the MIAMIFLORIDA.
rViSOr of has ho .
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sup registration
iTHB.UxiTED \
STATES the third grade is indisputable evidence
L official nowledge oft| their existence liow \' ISOOKFOBATKD UNDER THB LAWS FLOBTDA.
of > the different towns of OF
Pnblifhed V, \\by j pauraCorporation.ALTER the East Coast Publishing. Com. r and,:'''of, ,cannot'(certify that they !# t- a 'i
import-ance. :
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have\pal| their, poll taxes. We claim '

3, .CRLHA I, J.> Bitltor. 'I tha 'as 4 ere, is no provision in the law ,immense' Comeljdown new11,\ I terminal and?\[;"look our at water our W....M.. BROWN. j I Conducts' ;;a General Banking ..

for pjeopbringing e moving to!\ another county tower water PRE&OENTj Business. Issues. Drafts ,on, AllIarts '
Rates and
sewerage system,
One year Subscription:' ; .. ._ .;..i .: .$200" 1':[ any proof as to payment, 'of paved streets J2.000 population, brick R. R'. McCORMICK" of the World. Accounts ,
'' I \ yt
stzm ogths..r...:: .;..'.-..*.;- : 1 oo poll,t tax, and as-one county has ndcoowith '\ Vice-Par HDCMT: Solicited' .
single copies..i:::::: I ::.-. 05 \ blocks, etc., arid you, will'see further and! EveryFavpr Consistent
Foreirn ,subscriptions\ 50 cents extra to nectipn another county officially, I CHARLES H.
cover evidences of how. the different towns GARTHSIDE. With ;Conservative Banking i
I: I I. __ osUge. I [the [ authorities' cannot go behind a'Imlin I' \ ,- i i 1 ,CASNI ". ,
*f-< WWAdTertiiine of Dade 1 are growing in size and importance. '. '
r : Extended '
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s residence in the Bounty where he :
,i Rates. ; | j \ '
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tltNOt.E'' ost4 OXB THRKK .SIX ONE proposes! to vote. For this reason, as Come down I \ / :
I COL'ats W'K.' MO. ,(U5. "jIIC>8. YEAR.I1nch well' reason that there land see fof yourselfdon't ; : 'con "
the >
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as further FSPOI
, We \ ? T ENTS .
$105. 200 $400 800 $10 00 br mws. will give, yon a cordial ;
2Inch"jt" 150'' 3 00 ft 00 10 SO 18 00 >ract(cal l' no opposition to the nomi-1 \ \ 1
welcome. !JThe Lake and the i Seaboard National \ *
3 Inew-s. tOO" 00 800 15 00 25 00 Bay Bank :
New York.
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leesjbf the citizen's uonventioil, we; , ; i ,
4 In'hes. 100 6 I 5 Inches 4 00 6.50 tt 0021 00 35 00 attra'ctloni of {their own. Natl? Bank of. :-
> eel that the inspector' should be ; I 1 \ Jacksonville "Jacksonville.tfouEiQtf .
: very; '
6 Indies s 450 800 14 00 2400 42 00 : \ You, have the finest, hotel lad touristresort ,
11ncMS, 6 UO 9 00 16 ou 87 00 48 00 enienl i in the matter of requiring .. -
S Incites 650 1000 1800 SO 00 MOO south ti! St. Augustine. We I ,, CORRESPONDENT : ' '.
root] as to of poll taxes:as a \ t. -
g inches 600, '11 00 2000 3300 8000 payment ,
10 inches., 700 :'112 00 2200 36 00tI6 00 prerequisite to are hardly' in {he same class with you jKnauthf Nachod 'and, Kuhne, New, York.',
voting.
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11 Incht'S 00 \11350 200 00 72 00 1 in that respect.,. 3ut when it comes,to I
12 Incht's ,, 50 J5 00 28 00 142 00 78 00 .. . I'
13 lu'hps" .900 1ft 00 ,28 00 145 I 00 8400 \ \ It 'I supremacy, as a b isfness pointat present ,
14 Inches. 900 17 00 3000 148 00' WOO Elegant> Iron Yanlt and
futlire Burglar-Proof Safe With Concussion Time Locks
and certaintyasscominercial Triple > '
1 a

n tncbe. 00 IS 00 32 00 61 00 98 00 AT THE NEW TERMINAL.' .
18 lne1ues, It r.o 19 00 M 00 M 00 103 00 1 point, IV by-but we forbear. ; y
n Inches.. VV **l 00 36 00 57 J 00 \108 00 jWor.k ori tbe new terminal is humming'along i t-lrorj: of r ,the Host IfflDroied, lat .
There will be no deviation from these rates. There is no rl'aswhy anybody should '.
4 Reading advertisements among local news I at a splendid! rate, and now, '
be Illhumort'd'ut
10 'e is .pIueto; ''Job: that the bulk of the piling has been it. ye 'take ncredit
are do all kinds of PrintIng ' for what ]has been done and is i \I'
promptly and Jnltrst-class uyle at as low driven, our people,can form some I idea L. BRADY & CO. I.
prices as U consistent with a very moderate being done at 111 anni. Its natural.I ,
pronto : of what the Florida East Coast Railway ,
.. cation and the Jljiglermillions the
t '7 isdritfin0| !. The or bti k- are
a wharf
Tbd Metropolis. Is for Said at 'the Following. potent factors., I,Come, down and see us. Groceries Grain Hay andGarden Seed.
Agencies: t head is simply immense;\ the frontage
Let us all ,
, pull together. Wei are all i in ,
A.T.'CarterICocoanutGrOTeFla. on the] south side is. 400,feet; it is the '
"t ) Anthony Bros. West Palm Beach Fla. Dade and It is all' good., As Miami develops 1 f
: Alfred Kwr.- at Wolle's Gent8i'Furnl hlnf same on the north sidej and the eastern .
will all lot Dade
so
Store, Miami : m trout isJTOO feet long Surely they 1! MIAMI AGENT
\ Samuel Belcher, }Miami fla. FOR M PE8' FERTILIZERS.We '
,
o ILL. C. M. Ureer illawi,Fla. mst expect.to do some business '. :-:1: / i
Key West CO Key West, Fla. foreign
News
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at Miami. Think, o bulk, THE ELECTION, NEXT MONDAY y the .
j i call attention of the people of- Bay Biscayne to our stock of Staple
1- {, All communications should be addressed and head witba surface area of about seven Will, no doubt, pass off wry''''quietly, and Fancy Groceries, Fruit and Food Products of all kinds; also our stock of Gram

o II' all (checks made draft payable.money tf orders and other remittances 'acres! f1 I But that does noti-give you any as there does not{seem to be any opposition Hay; Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Food and Wheat. '

THE..EAST'COAST PUBLISHING CO. idea of},, its huge dimensions. Go u P to ;the Citizen's ticket. Thupolls We are the only hones on Bay Biscayne dealing exclusively in tbe.abovelineof
Miami ria.MIAMI. e goods. We bay close and, will sell close. We invite yonrcorrespondertco and solicit '.,
f and take alook at the,m nllter. It is open| at 8' aj in., standard time, your:patronage. Very truly E. It BRADY CO. 1lyif. -

[ fLORID!. ,FRIDAY OCT. 2Z, 1897.. larger than a great many of the ocean and, close {at sundown, with half an . .

.' , pure I in1'New\' York harbor. Is this all 'hour's intermission!I\!\at-noon, for lunch..

IF you are a property owner ,and a being done simply ,to accommodate one The count: begins j fm rued lately after

voter, be sure and cast your vote in favor ste'amerl\ between here, and Nassau? the polls close and 'continues, |without
Possibly]\ it i is. But when: we consider i interruption s MIAMI
J of the city, borrowing money, BO as I' gntlitall! ;| -votes ark count t-
to enable the council'to_ provide' ,streetlights that thti immense bulkhead, which is ed. All of the candidates on the Citi

fire protection: and other necessary well, advanc *toward completiod, is zen's: ticketwill; undoubtedly be elected .

improvements.Tna large enougl to permit two steamshipsto , but the'various candidates'will belittle a '

r 14 .. .. .'. -. tie up aldi guide of'"Sts front and one curious to 'earn which\! has the' I

half i A' ,. , mole, on Well side, it looks'''\; as if it was largest/vote, as th a will fix the comp flusius s and R i idollce Lots
first ;; of October has been eXP.eCte4 that'a large fleet of ships ratlve popularit of each candidate.
in this'vicinfty' for its 1 I
phenomenal ,
*
would w nt room at the new terminalin There will real y\\; be ,two election .- ,

:many rainy ays.- But.the skies are the course of the next year or so.CertainV J There will 1 1 be'one {large balfO6- box 1 '

,once more blue: the sun is, bright, the a lulkhead one-fourth; the/| to!; receive'! the ores of all qualified ]- f

;_ ,breeze invigorating: , and the weatherconditionsrare 8i izeof,, the omi being constructed wo q electors! for \the various' candidate A. E'. 'KINGS LEY

such as to maintain Bay be ampleto; andle all' the!i business of ; ; and after' each elector has ,voted ,

, Biscaynes, reputation ..fora most delightful .the, Bahama I Hands.Wje ., the general ticketAhe inspectors will General Agent :,for Mrs. Julia.: D. Tuttle.

clfmate. Thejfurricane', sea _ark s 'on y' gu'e8sinr;, /course. ask him if he is a pj, p arty owner, and, ,.

,Bon may be 'DSider' as passed; all We do 'n| to kno /anything I if he answers ,yes, he] will be sworn as

kinds o(vegetition, is,fiourishingluxuriantly about what pretend plans have, b/en made, or |I to; the truth) of his"answer, and will Prices From .$60to St,QOO Per Lot, According :to Location,*,
as a j-esult of the copious rains
steamships then be handed a small ballot invited
and
bowman the railway oil]}-
:of the past sit ,weeks ,so that by the : ' RAILROAD FARE to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway,will
K time the day tvotedtothat'p- ,dials! mail; ha e in their minds; but'i if toast his voters the question. of funded to each purchaser of .a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for be neb re-i

rolls rpose the feet .is to be f ifi proportion to the whether or not the jcity shall borrow fare, which recelptwill be received as,cash in part payment for lot. '
b, j around a month hence, we,should '
size f tbe| new,terminal!, !Its| will haveto the sum of three thousand.dollars for
feel disposed to acknowledge that'w Maui Office
: t.1! "' gtt busine! from Cuba, Jamaica, current expenses and for providing fire : : ,
m'ich'o .
we have : be thankful for.,
NASSAU D .A I| the West India islands s, protection, 'street {alights, and other

: f *%, In oWer JBo' give it all the business it i needed improvement: ,. The (ballots HOTEL\ MIAMI\ ; \'

THE, 'yellow'ever'epidemic has thus ca't aqdf With abigifleetof: .ships Voted on this questianrwhicb! Under the i-l-I... ." 'I; r

far shown a mild death rat;, and bringing Its mmerce to ;Miami, all l lair must be submitted to the qualifiedelectors .. Mia, mil t ''la.

; yet) 'Yellow has carried off'.over kimftj of. b sirless'wui be stimulated, whoown: real estate in the ,

,. .. .,' "115 In1 the : .yet'; f,, .New.Orleans: :alone. btrge\wholesale; establishments will be city, imiis, will j be deposited V T I inc sep- -- .

Many points j;but.it]is not; ted onHne Bay enable water ,- orate ballot box. \' \ Chase & Harney .

likely to gain ; hol ln Florida s i-ansportation will factories In voting.on the question of.borrow- ,

r ;: ,year. There, is 'considerable; d fie r r\locate here' With profit and Ing' money, the inspectors' will no :insurance.--.i:: "f,

s .;thattne\germs will 'remain latent all afl'ord\\ exceptional facilities. for theshipment doubt be asked by madly of the voters Fertilizers.

.next winter at some of'the points.injected ojf agricultural products. whether a voterwholH{\; ,s bo.ught'rity + ,

: [along the Sllor >of'Mississippi.and Watch the'new termitiall i : lot under a contract and; only made EPRESE INq THE-

F .Louisiaoa.. Floridax'will ;rhave to '., Watch Miami' .-. part payment' for'same and not yet re Peno Mutual[ Life, Fidelity and Casuaitjrtompa&j aid all Fire
Leading
exercise i the:greatest, vigilance, to pre: .I. 1 I ceived a deed, Is an "owner, of real es- Companies
I
: vent ab. In aslo ,, Staten!!: i : t _4. \ .". i tat ',' in contemplation bf law, To all I Special rates,on' dwelling! property for three and five years. '

*. 'year.; We feel snfldent Dr. Porter J Is THE, LAKE WORTH S'IBRI- such we should say that there can"be no ALSO RESIDENT AoEkrs FOB | ,

o : 'the, right main'in'I. ZLIt Tight' place, ,'and '. \' t ITATED. '" I \ doubt that they are 1'pwners ogre( al HALL SAFE AND LOCK \CO. '
i
!_ we believ rp'fie urill come about ( i state".In contemplation of'law. ,
; ; as near : They And brokers
in
A very short paragraph: our di- Fertilizers, and Fertilizer Materials. ; '
J '.wardiij .,Off an! attack *s Ithe ; have bought a lot and have possession
\ anybody, tonal column has given :'the 'Lak< W. :a.. A.3R3M T'EY, atTotetry apTiTsllc
State .
:- \ ni'ti'd States., :_ oa are entitled to possession, and ba'made y t :JA'ife1:1J
1' : .f 4. $ Worth I News a pain. Our esteem ;1f; :i MIAMI:FLORIDA.
.. I WI. .. i ; brother has just secured a lovely bride: ing payment on same' they owntheequity

,"" ,THK new. Terminal, is, 'nearing, ',completion .. and,j under ,circumstances 'should therein ''I. i '
t If 'aSnankbuys
; of land
a piece
and THE,
,! and is ahead of schedule, up to bt.i: in',the best of humor ; but,''alaa, hal e makes ) NEW BAKERY
: : : -a part payment ,and receives a ,
date but seems' ,
: i workot, ; dredging the 'cah to bet very sensitive sore. -
/'''*' : has. not progressed as rapidlyas antic, ;. I Read what' be..said and what he replies: deed and gives aXmortga'ge. back, he: is \i I 12th Street, west of Passenger Depot. ....
: 4': i surely; an owns \0 \ sal estate! despite '"
pated., The steamship Dhoti is act d- The'.TeK'a'has a would-be tlltor--mentor, as the fact that it is encumj red. Whena ) Rye,

riled to; arrive Vt this"port about'the ,near as w
t, ; ;;mjdd le of January\ next; on ly 8 months :whose: ever-read; ), willingness to keep us, In the Home Made i I ,
'i'\' :remain'; .nll.ivastamountof dredging straight and narrow,confines of absolute correctness Company underXTContract and ,
; ''s exceeded the:small makes part andNloes ':.
;only by and payment, not get ,Graham 1
yet '
: be done.' It .
uiusj _would be a gredisappointments spiteful animus tom which It emanate Hereis his deed until he has'com ' .

.:: i if,' when the nef w. an instance of U;'one of many, nothing npori 'ment1\in full he is in ha'lDe pled pay I Baked daily! and Delivered Free toany\; part.of town. -
,
'.steamer; arrives, it will! ,be unable to get which thesUghtest! deviation from th* Doctor's ; portionin Rolls,BUDS, Cake*. Pies. Everything first-class. Specialty of treat oonfectiotai
,'; < 'i'Unto the bay and up to the "new Term Irnat. salt: jo!: s *ned of the.eternal and Mlam- the eyes; of:the taw a if be baoteceived' and nntfl. I have ODe of the'moat. modern and firet-qlass ovens .Picnic and excursion

"t"' '| \ Work' la being pushed night and tzed fitness of"th teas Is ever.allowed:to piss n,;- a 'deed and given; a mortgage parties furnished on abort notice., ). ,
'
,i ; :[day on another new dredge, and it ,will acorLatedl _...| back to secure. a 'd fer.rfd payme t., v ADAM MAYER, ,Proprietor
mud ,"The take Worth Xcws says The courts would hold :t jiat the < I
a1inghlg ,
t .;1be in; ess than two wee *. '" 'The Miami | Fort Remember eliver everything free of charge. Remember the place.12th Street just war
postofflce
i/4. : 6 is questionable'lwhether l : with;, two third-class ':and. President has been-" to ap a hallos Land Company simply preferredto n' pa s nler df'f'P- _' n 14r/ -TnO '

sedges pointed J.fiv Warner as postmaster.*, ho tss hold the title in its own 'name until '
JJ : {working night and the bow
'day tbe different
; towns of tbe state l e arerrowlng
:' .dredging}will be completed' to deep w a- that cannot In size be disputed.\and Importance.. ,_and- -181 enee payment eras made in full( *' 'tOne iPractical l Mattress Maker

jUrr 6ffCape Florid J by the middle?!iof 'The tbo eydrcraph shows that' Mils party asked us 1, ,days rtgo : _

?,'. .anuary-: whether Jt could be, done rapidly growths' In'size aDd lmp 'e donot. whether he could viofeon'the qQestio'pof ,, Avenue ;D,,opposite<< IIotei'Miami .

; van, wit.\! threedi4dges,,,but we, sincerely l>adeletto seeltoa it applies llf' to.'the, dllferen"\ .'towns of ,borrowing money,t explaining that t .. All kinds'of Mattresses on' hand and

_:;. ; trust\ It 'will,, and. the officershavingthe The News nad no:earthly motive in;Jhe above he did not own. ni/ al estate himself I ' a J 5 ,i in made remaking to order'Mattresses.Particular care" rSecondHand taken a' .
: than to give|an Item of news and'at theme but that his wife did. Of1c'urse.such' \ ".' ...
-t matter in charge are., leaving time compliment the pt4CreaslvenHSd.Miami Goods Bought ''and 'Sold. -
'
'1 uo'stone? untn ed''-to:::accomplishtheir as well as the other,towns J> his no n.i inquiry is absurd._ If a man carriesland Mjuljr-tr-he- Ny, '
; Jealousy of other 'towns, .but. ,
=In t thetit b
t. ,gigantic:, task_Ill. time, ._ rrowth of alU even though that Iw than in the name;; of his Wife, to keep :.... I
; Its home town. The News! Jpe J
: la a county re* it out of the :reach of creditors for
'of 1 . t ., loiclng in the or
prosperityofall >
[ t :Loa 'f "
.%' ;!. had a narrow-minded,, Mctional leas] '>it any other 'reason, he certainly ougbtnotq A. S'URGI: S >'
iPOLL TAXES ,
t"l ,:_, ; would for poUcy sake endeavor to hide it: \Va. '
will venture the assertion that there Is not bope to avail himse! f,of such a. "f '
fr\ ;It the inspectors at th ejection; next other-man In Wade 'county,and of them in- ondition Mia ti ,
many ,of. affairs to enable. him i t.vote. Sadd1e l and Harn
i : -x ;. jjlonday :were to only'permit'those toiT of are equal the MRBOPOU8.in intellect and who acuteness to ever Ute editor nave < Co :f' '): '' i 'Shop 0 :PassengerD'

te whose names appear on,the books* thought of drawing)tbe/lnferenee theDoctor \ t t | ,
The inspectors; will'elect "h.irmanaJori
has. As I
stated' this is only of ] I ,
one the
.1' many 'Ffne
-jofj the tope of: registrajtion limes that \ Harness WorkVspecialty ;
. Bounty ; the] UCTBOPOUS has sought to per and a :of them Wi l|decidedoubtfulquestlona all1 ,
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their tent and l" All
give a fake meaning to I' repairing Neatly Done
: aihayibg items appearIng ,
f ,
Y paid poll tsy for.V '
ee "
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tn
the.Se '
and .
it has '
:I" :! ' : : grown mYr'ti a : !\, r.. ; : #. :i 'r 80apr9My-nf.. : t' Send torp.r oe List for New; Work,

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% \ i iKDItED \ '
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\ bo t'the Cracker a dTobacker fashions, but will also l '
\ i >l be enabled, if 1887 10,YEARS ESTABLISHED, .189?
\ \ \ I -I!1 they: wish, to purchase, at especiallylow '

6IIICLJLTURAL LFronS i 1 Tberei the Levy Count' ) TlmtH-lK-inoerat theCiHcker{ prices. The date is! October 25; The Magnolia Grove and Nursery Company
a future for .
next Monday ; ;uo not forget ill! .
:\ INT1W S15 k Ir he' only.pUnt t hlll iI
\1. it I I Ere h'P..kc1It'gln'iHc.ne: f':| |I_ '\ 22ocf-lt' :BELLWIEtr: MARION/COTJNTT' FLORIDA. ,
r I',
: 11 Bin held better get to 1IIIIIIIIiu'I ; We have a choice selection of,, "I !/ '
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\,
While the LINTON LOGIC
I jSpjnhh guards are duinpiu'! i iLetpr '
\ iCulldn pUnters iu the grave. \ \ Budded Oranges, Lemons, and Grapefruit Trees
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t\\ ii i- ji I : G. Lyuian has been pn the sick

\j BY JAMES A. PINE ,I Theri'sla liul you ant fortune comince In{ tob.u't-n a (;trucker, list a few dugs: but is improving.' I. .. 75000.Tre'. s in,,Nursery '.FormThis "

\ i; Postmaster at.Coooanut Gro\e. \ FCativ lie think he knows it all; George Lj man' ante dow from Lantana I section has never been infested with the'"WHITE FLY" the stock l. Clean and *
: Un the d ayils, now ,at hand .tlmeek illl| his- launch ; "she wa e healthy cud equal to any In toe SUte. Great care Das been eerclert f a prrwurlng
Short i practical article on this subject are 'When li i'd letter shuttle sand, loadedith Mipplie-i, for L) man & C?. and selecting bndnood, that each variety would prove true to name. VARIETIES-
)1' JoH lriteu by the Agricultural Editor and should 1'arsou Grown, Boone'i Early.l'irwupple,8 Dford'a Ned, JatU. Paper Bind et.M Itch-
be addressed,to him at Cocoanut;Grove 'or the price I*sure to\fall \\r. W. hlackuier, has gone as ''mail,I I el,St. Mltchel Blurt HartV T r Uff or Valencia Late. Kln, .Tanifer'ne.and Safjsnma
\ 111 agent on his route between Palatka Orange, Jocfrelyo Withers and ;ee lle*. I'omeio.l'UJa Franca Lisbon and Carney ai
: . V e Are Inj b) a neighlMTr and Macon ; his''', Ifamily will 1 remain i II'Slcily"1noo.. Can also furnish prices ou dull line Of Deciduous stock. Tree. delivered >
: ", 1 Penalty for !Rose and Cattle Stealing \Vh l is n6t afraid tn 1:ii>or,\| here for the prf" \rtl t.I ', at all points on the East Co." ._ : > ,
\ And I he k owe; an awful TO THOSE CONTEMPLATING SETTING OUT LARGE GROVES OF
j 'ISECTfov 1. Whosoever commits larceny toucansee him falrl sigh', .' 1 School; is progressing finelV. So far SEVERAL USUD TREES .
1\ ; XI[Hobbs has I will give lay Per8 Dalulstance.. (l required. fn' i''
\ \ given good superintending the plantfr out
Stealing horse mule Geeln h {
mare
auy
\\hll'piogclucklll': Although not 'aii l, ordained preacher stork' sold from our nursery / t V ." I
{I .. filly,! colt, < ow, bulls ax, steer, heifer, \ 311 an hour after night.| his Bible talks artery interesting. alogue\\e Inure after all October to inspect IStb.our stock. //and AI>get DKESS prices before: purchasing' elsewhere.. .Cat, d

Qrl calf,the property of another, shall lee as f'1I a slniplc question, .
Capt. Will Burton took a boatload of j \ F D.
WAITE
be punished 'by imprisonment in the \\O n I inalle,a Mii.ilt!.!suggestion, ,lumber and provisions} to'l'onipano for I : }

,. 'I State prison' not'less than two years, or Kinder tiopni for a taU.j\ the new settlers' ':(several families\ are Oct iattmo-ho. L ,Manager.,
But II llfc'd a luonejed baker '
Xew
expected from York this week
ethAnfl ,
\ m e. nd lie f4anQ '.
tobac
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hti111.lant' '
who ,locate
will at
SKC. S Whoever. is guilty\;a' second Jiftt as lung asbecau walk. t'pmpano. DON'-J-; : GJT'i .
The rain : ;
heavy JQf the past week ,
: .
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1. time .of above Section 1 shall
violating ,
.
>, I passed him; with'a chuckle have rt'ntlert'd"ork 6n the muck almost '1 ...

be (punished} by':mprisonment in the |hlle I cab' Iy san, him buckle, impossible and may do much You surely want something done by the Baltimore Tailors, .. i

State prison;! not less than, five years I Upland'down the fertile rows; damage to early plants and 'seed beds. and we am sore that we can please) you in work, fit and ': .'

nor more\tha\ twenty year I But I g eS9 it won't be funny In some places pineapples are!. under prices. Yours to,serve, ,
*hen loaded dO\\111dth : '
I\e' money water. ,
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Approved June, b, 1897. ,, dtt the debt he owes AD. SAFRANEK &; :SON, Baltimore Tailors,.Chase BnOdioff. .
I of '
hlng '
Boynton in
\ \ Prof.: Berk. was town tSoet-tf t;as-mo ,' 1 i 1 '
J\ $tart ng Garden Seed ,\j So I beg you, nde or Cracker Monday,on a;tour of inspection' theneappte i

"We sympathize with every on who Whetnel poof or;,with a backer, P, nciua iu ft-c n inejr 'cijuipare changes are tobe made In the present \
makes 'fai.lurelh riant! tobaeco, plan& tol>acto. favorably with thoseiat 1 Joy n ton.' .'lie line.: This work is being done by J. $.'
a partial l.or complete ,
Do not Wait, and wish,allli wonder; reports them all looking well, especially Frederick, C. E.., as,his cobtribution'to:
; t "getting their I\\p\ant\ -beds started;but "\s Dire'not make s6 great'a blun
i\ to hastily #lump at the conclusion that 1'lant I it now,.in spite of thunder, \V. I.Metraif: wa$ in town Tuesdayon ''I have the contract of building.the road, J

the .eed is, faulty, may be.all wrong.So ,Han ''!tobacco!, plant,tohaeeo.j 'legal business, being retained'. by I and judging from past'work, the work

far ,I have: bad(, comparatively' little 1 j I ;0,. 5 [ the,; plaintiff, in thc ';lease of Betz vs.1 will be well done and the road a sue-
I lloeness rortrSipas \\whicb' tried Cess. .
was
Event
AvBrhliant
complaint of seeds handled by myself 1 .
1 I i in Justice.Lnton's'. [court iTuesday.IDecif -, I '.*.s-- t j
j An occasional complaint(: of egg The fashionable Dry Goods emporium ion will be rendered later 'on. LEMON ;CITY HAPPENINGS. .: 44 .

plant or celerV and once in a ,while oflLove'tt\ &\ Laws, corner of Avenue .'a en !Henry isbuildinga ,veranda d

\ peppers, being t'11 that I have heard. .D and'ifth' street, will be a scene round his house, which, surrounded A literary society is on the tapir now; "EDITED;*T'E. TP BLACKSfAS. f ,
by bright colored flowers, makes quite we hope itwill be or Methodist. Eplwopal Charcb:! Miami:: ?'-
splendor and a
of success.
and
\ As I get my; lee s in bulk, and ,all received beauty one of '

i from, the! .same lot, if the'.fault great attractionto! the ladies! of Miami a n attractive are' improving place, their:;'fhe: colored lands! :people and- Miss the 20th.Marion Vitherford was in townon Regular services will beheld it*the i -
a guest'at Oak
1 was in the seed)jail, would fail;, but as and the surrounding; \ towns,\next Mon- making themselves permanent h mes. Strangers >n'on Cottage. M. .E.church,next Sunday in_the schoolhouse
are the.
get streets
: '" 999 out of report good Vesults ,day dctober tai, on which: \joccasion \ Mr. Ehman and two sons stopped everyday; we have; room for them all:: ,u'his room is one.of'the,coolest

, there eVf41'OOO! other e. son they will ,hold their grand .'Fall andWintetv'opegn here oa'their way to Pompano, where Mr..George Curry .spent"-Wednesday: and most comfortable! in the city. A
1 i acid at that time their hey have purchased lands; they\>will
than poor \ in trucking of .last week with friends'in Lemon cordial invitation is extended to all.
stack engage jpineapplecul-\ '
fine of; goods! will be displayedfor City., '
Rev. W. E. Stanton returned
Birds t ure. They ,, Ia days on\! the bah :
Two of the gardener's I I"I,best friends the inspection of,, the public. :This passage from Germany! and encnpntered The 'peanut''party' at Oak. Cottage from his, onting and .will -preach,at the: :

.. 't here in Dade' county, ,are ,the quail{ flrm has, been receiving a very large two days of extremely' rough was a success, both,socially aud Sign Prebyterian pavilion next Sunday ;

and jack dawj. or the red headed blackbird and elegant assortment fashionable weather. CIll1j. I and
morning
; and yet, with very few excep- Dress Goods,Millin ,.Ribbons Laces t3om the pineapptej! growers+ here, The friend of Sir-*. C. II* Keys are: evening." Hereafter: he
ry -
tions, every gardener, and... farmer have, Ian very much k exercised over ,glad to see'',her mulling'face again after i will preach here regularly on the 2d A.
wages relentless war against th m., I Veilings' ,Hosiery and Notions, and what seemed to be a" disease among 'o long an 'absence.Sir. I and, 4th Sundays f. .'

t. have seen, a i flock of jack daws, go the.beauty,of:the display i ,the handsome tt Implants.; '1Ir. Shenual a'i' tookseveralp and Mrs. Dupont are expected At ,St. Agnes's' Chapel (Minyard l

through a .field *f young' tomato fabrics, he stylish d signs and 'harmonious cimensto Mr.Matlut>'kt West Palm this w eek ; '\they will be. quite an addition : Hall) there will be on Sunday rnotnc.. .:;
plants when I had almost despaired of blinding 1 of colors and leach, who is'authority tm pines, and to our aoclety.Mr .
r \from patterns ing, October 21th. at 10 o'clock,Morning . ..r
the
saving any plants -terrible hesaid it, was nothing uncommon ito W. J.
Aibury '
ravages of'the Jrassbopper| ,* and hop- will cause exclamations stare of delight find one' now and thenin' || any field, friends a few Ways stopped,on, her over way wither to : Prayer and sermon; at l'o' lock' t.f

ping over the, whole field completely from all who the good fortune to caused: by the plant not having nia- Key West from Yew York. j irl the eveningEvensong 'and, 8err Qn._ i
cleared it of any visible Insect and visit the store"on MOliday tured into a strong, healthy '
.} ; ; indeed, the growth Some of the folks On Wednesday, October 27th, at 750,
j ounjr went on an -
then on arming at the far' side of the It i is not likely to atfect tlle''plants.\
stock of \)
goods the shelves of
field the on to\'ett :ciirsioivto the beach on Saturday the there will be Evensong and sermon. s.
bang bang, bang of three t ;
Gleason'ahd'son
I youthful would-be sportsmentold &;Laws cannot be: equaled for largeness Ex-Governor were 16th and had a. lovely time in "sweet Services at the Catholic ,church on <

:'plainly of the work \of destruction. So and rjpito-date fashionable qualities in from town"t"l'l'k Miami. lIe spent on their seyeral way north hours ye and bye?'" ext Sunday:'Early mass at 6:30' ;:at 9 I

1; 1> .too,"with quail; let\\a\ covey of these in any city in Florida. Especially here looking' over the different localities A. birthday party was held at the solemn blessing the bell by the Rt. ." ''
home \Y". Freeman, ,
in and nine of where
appear out of ten dancing
is this their Millinery, add the ; especially the east 16 and music was much Rev.John Moore, Bishop of St.:Augustine '
and ,
gardeners will quit work and go to the_ enjoyed, the
and the: orange"grove, "This his I
4 house display 'Sui'of; i department will\! be was ice cream also. assisted 'Fontan
for the gun to destroy and drive a first',visit here in fifteen years, and he :: by Father ndse'eral
J --away their best friend. Years ago, special : of the opening.; It is renewed ,his acquaintam-eiwitb\ Cap >-4 . m.- _, others. -After: the blessing;the

when living in Nebraska, the"farmet rs the largest stock of Millinery that bas Andrews ''whom he has not seen in Card of Thanks. *. Rt. Rev. Bisboplwill\ offer 'up the Holy

t I- banded loirejtber, and,, demanded, ,and ever been > bro gh.t. to Miami :wenty,years; he is in poorhealth! and of the Mass and
i t had passed a law utterly forbidding \ anti was looks quite feeble 1 The members of the Miami'Cofnet Sacrifice preach. !At

| the,killing of either qu U" or prairie selected with great.cart, from! the\; best ,. I Band desire to, thank: the' citizens of 1 p. m. Rosary and Benediction of tbe-

,J chicken, attaching a heavy;penalty'to establiehmInts fn the millinery centers : .4. t Miami for "'their_ assistance Blessed Sacrament by the Rt. Rev.
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., the violation of the law. It was, simply of ITEMS FROM COCOANUt' QROVE generous. ,
the country, and comprises all of the rendered them in obtaining funds to .ishop. All are cordially invited.
,} ..., a law of self preservation; the city :
swells and sportsmen, for hundreds of latest shapes l to be worn by fashionable. Miss Swanson, who has bt4n, nursing'1 purchase theinstrumeiitsandtoharry i i At Trinity Church, Avenue B and

miles over the beautiful prairies ,had ladisthe! coming fall a winter.. L The Mrs. Ord at Miami, services lled home! Tuttle, for the, gift of a bass drum, i in i 10th street, there'will be on ,Sunday,:; w

made the echoes ,resound with the selection. was, made by'Mis*. E. C..Gray again, her skillful ) no\ addition to his generous donation. October 24th, at 7:30 o'clock n.tb. ,
noise of as! theydestroyed .na longer required by her patient who
gun \ of Atlanta
;) "experienced milliner morning Celebration of the'Hoijt; '
.. ure', handiwork; provided, withouttost haS: recovered from herllhress.The .. -e .
*or price to'! keep.,down the innumerable who has accepted! a poLitinn-with this people the Inn have Wen very Raulan Jurymen. EJ! hari:3t'with, a short, address; at 10 ,;
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insect ;hosts' preying anon firm and takes charge of this): depart busy the pa st' \\'eekt/un e (,he energetic ' Some American juries are ,inclined o'clock, Sunday School; at It o'clock,, : '

Vegetation. In place) < of ,destroying ment. She is a lady of'excellent taste, ,surveillance of that most capable to be eccentric in their verdicts but Morning Prayer and sermon ,On ,

the useful quail, better scatter hands- an adept at.the4artwith .complete of landladies Mrs. Peaciock,' and 1 they cannot hold a candle in this regard Wednesday, October 27tn, at 3 o'clock
fill., of wheat and rice about your,prem- l theyeiry the last of the cleaning and renovating g \Ito the juriesof Russia. The Literary iD ,
of _
knowledge latest the afternoon the
iscsto ,attract and draw the, farmers : designs in is being finished prior to ;the recep ;thgest declares that the most incredible Litany will.besaid :

1)esUdend in this Warfare Against' his fashionable ,nery. She will give\ tion! of' the winter guests. ,'j j stories are told of Russian Jurymen. followed by an Instruction. 'On
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greatest enemy-insect4ife. ,her personal Attention: ..to he trimmingof The ':members' of' the ,Presbyteriachurch n, :Thus, the foreman of a jury declared he Thursday, October '28th, the Feast Of

county j The damage by insect to gardeners 1 pests. amounts.in Dade to hati"for ;Jaclies and gl ;lsr and in assisting , in this town are looking forward nould not send,a poor fellow-to prison St. Simon and St Jude, at 6 o'clock in'

** many thousands of dollars yearly; will customers) in their selectionsof coming with.' of'Rey.Dr.eager/ anticipatloy'to. Paris qf Pitts-the. because it happened to be his (the jury' the morning,'therewill bee Celebration .
,
t', you: ,continue ,your destructive warfare . becoming 6hape4 and pleataiggeffeets burg, who will assume ,the.fwork of the maws) birthday. Another jury: hdgteed ad of the Holy Eucharist; at if o' lock, ,
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..... ?.' *, t of trimming,r MisfGray wilKbe present church her/. It isexpected that he will upon a verdict of guilty when Morning Prayer and address.,, On Fri;;;

\ ,"... "t..,, ' at the open ing:and will,l'to, pleaS. be with. us, on,the first Monday in No the church bel4 began to ring They day morning,October,29th,at8'o'clockin .

r- ure:in showing he 8tock'to the ladies. vember. V revised their,verdict because a holiday the evening, there,will be a Confer-, t

i t. ... Of the Dress oodsiit ; f has recently: hadhousetuilt a had began. A burglar was allowed togo with '
be
't. E rllet Che* e Expol't. \f: can truly: .said, ence questions answered and opportunity
on'' bU six-acre tract here free because the_man whom he:had
[he'frst.exporta bfcheesefrom, the that it is the hatidsomes'C moat for'
; and lIe has! had four acres clears, which robbed .had refused to lend him money. any person ,to askqu'esti : -
United States are believed to have beenabout complete)line<< ver,shown in this in tions. .
I '. :city. will be. planted fruit trees. Mr This; in the opinion of the jury, was
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1826, yrhem Henry BuireU, ,of M>. C..W.: Acalll'>{n experienced dry Bro rest lias great: faith in bathc6u "direct.incentive to crime.. ''Ye' ,are the:light,of the.world). ,:the
.1I rkimer'conMy N. Y opened Itt: '
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aregula and while be may 'north to I
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goods man, has charge of this i depart "' salt of the earth, were the,words of
' .* cheese trade with England 4 Tbisflrmalo'carries large e lire sane time inl the future, ,he will 1 The 9 -n.ltlTC Cheekbone.It divine .
ment. oar Lord: he addressed.thep
a
retain as
$ his
.so'me of interests in
,Dade. is'a +
mistake to that theta '
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|"J] -Ea.I..P"I -' ; Life." c" stock 'of .shoesforladies!\ |'gentlemen /The' long' ,desired, and verfmuch\ Of i the tongue is the suppose most sensitive. part, millions! of his, followers throughout: i'i' s i

Eagles do not have>tdiifereptmates and children, and! also complete.4inet;: (needed, paved ,road' from Miami is at 1 of Ltbe body Thpse engaged in polishing all ages. To be a Christian ma'meanB a

"; every; season, as .do],birds generally! ; o! Gents', ,Furnishing. Gods. Xew/j, laRt an assured ,fact j and the:citizen\ s billiard balls, or any other substance to be,'a. different man ,than he who

they pair: for life,and sometimes_ occupythejsame .. goods,have been received in 411 the*" j are ,all rejoicing the at,the, prospect' of.deliverance a that',require-a .very high degree of makes no profession of:'"religion. To,

tfor1Oan. ,years.. departments,-'and will' be ready for: the, life and front limb over necessity'.the rrtcksWjtb of\ risking smoothness invariably use the cheek be religious-tobepious-means-spate'
f l' --
1 ;CllBcb Hlr.youngWhooplyUl..- opening day Ak an attractive featdreMessrs.LuvettS .': back road, to say nothing the sloughing ': bone' as.their touchstone for detecting lifeiI

t. ,"fs, leading fast |&; Laws will makespecial hopelessly "in the mudholes of the any, roughness.Hl ,. .

?on-rali'' business (?) street; By ;the wa .
: : prices tbeir stocfe-for 'I way .' '
lifeTHe's \ : \; orrovr 'E.e-.pe.
faster than ever", Locked up for :; their : dVyv io than the this street so named because tht me n At experience-! : :'"JftV:: Suppository -
'flve Free Treas.' I opening \, large who spend their time on It are.sn very an meeting 'of bachel- PI'ES>; -r ; f
-Detmit : number of peoplwb4 visit their, store. 1\j busy that they have been Unable to hau ors'one, of,the,most popular of the for and Is guaranteed to cure Hits -

!' .*'i ' t3beVanted More.i .- on Mondaywill; not"'only have the opportunity ,in a few rocks,' or even palmetto, roots alga lot:confessed that years! before h e refunded.. SO*cent Constipation* ier :box. or Send money fore

.'. ,"jiisl one kiss!" he piead4with out 'of seeing tie'mostjbrillian: ( t I to mend it? W.\\w:.Culbertson was the .had''labored under: the delusion that h I list of testimonial and Free Sample to

: .fttretched arms.: bf" co/st only one who has had rock hauled to fill was t,in.,tare, and that he bad escapex MARTIN Lancaster:RUDY Pa. For t sale by, < Sh, burst into tear. a.o ) yon stingy line goods' on the;:east ,:and. post I in at the front of hu store.. The jpav- matrimony through, the 'JTOCCCSS of 'a Jdsts. In Miami,FU.by W.B.BONKY. 5. x3y
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ttiinl ithe,vrailed.-lit-ita. themselyes on. he't.: | styles and ?ing. began Wednesday Some siigh t rival r .;. :.

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y Ii 'I ../ :: ( I THE MIAMI METROPOLIS. q01'.22: 1897. ,i : ,1 i


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i L Th)Niagara wheels for rent at '.The schoolhouse issued :superintendent
Prospective Suggestions.It '
.. p tdiam ; Miami Cycle;Co.:?. has-been practically decided' that to hold the game; until all incurnrances ordered -- GENER OFFICIAL DIRECTORY[ "
1 : ''I : :
-4. I > on the building are removed,it "
Miami
-i ,, to have a United States Government -
1QUICKEST;WAY TO A FORTUNE. any are on same. Amount of warrants "
; :Station,under issued, l&lo.in. J. I'. Lees appointed CITY OFFICERS. :\
& :
FourT&onund ;Acres of Truck Fanning Land the able management+ of Professors supervisor at Leesville. No. 24r There M.noa-John B.Beilly.ALDEBMES :

;, and'Other Desirable Property For Sale. Swingle' << and Wej>ber. This will be a >eing no further. : business the, board Joa. Ai' McDonald, Bon.: ;
istaGottage adjourned. F. 8. Morse;"WT. M.. Brown,E. L.Brady,
j il, bare tor :sale about I four thousand station for the prppagation and !study 1 '.. frank T; Budge Cosgrore, Walter S. =

acres' of tract farming lands and lands of tropical fruita.i These experiments Pants ; Graham. : ,
editable for lemons and all guards pumps laic; CucBKJohn
:oranges, have ben carried on for years by the IpatcLing rubber, 5c; belts 25c and CITY M.Graham.
kinds of tropical fruits situated on Bay department difficulties. 00<-.. The.Miami Co. MABSHAL -Young F. Gray.
Two I I' Biscayne, the ,garden spot of the world. under great \Cycle : CITY ScBrrroR---A.'L. Knowlton. "

r close miles north of Miami, Also city Iota ;at Lemon City and about The opening of this station Will enable \ IL i PRESIDENT, or CoVNCIL-Hon... F. 9.
) to i,the RailroadDt. 17,acres of fine Bay front land between the deparmvnt to tarry these experiments Morse
on D.S.DEPARTSIESTOFAGRIWD8E.Weather I l ,
5: :mmotee fn m. the Little] River and Biscayne Poet Office.' I : $n a much\ more satisfactory t [ STANDING COMMITTEES .. . tON
bay.New I can be! 'found domiciled at FINANCE ..
; my orange ,-- -Brown, Badge and Mo : i
t { Building, large airy grove three miles northwest of Lemon manner4 The vela a of this station cane tanald. '

Bedrooms.. ; Cit,.. Please write for prices.. > scarcely estimated, and the .resultsof Beanrean Monthly Meteorological '- Ox BULKS AND;OBDMAHCES: -Grahao .li:

;Hunting Fishing, Boat I t[ T. WRIGHT, Agent, .these experiments will be looked Summary., McDonald arid Brown. \'t
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ing.French!jCniaine. I, : 2-15-tf-Op p. Lemon City Dade Go. Fin forward to with;.great interest. To us 'Takes at,Jupiter.Dade-County Florida, for the OK STREETS AND IMPBOTXMXSTS 5'

i i ,i '* i m i' Month of : Donald, Cosgrove and Budge. ', .- J
j jI I it, seenlt} hs though:! ,there might and Sept 189T. .
OK
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.Chas. SAHITATIOH-Budge, Brady and :
I Courly, Prop.ittls. JBicycIe forks reset from' 75c up at ihould' be > ,
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; 4.ltlother'epartment
Copgrove.Ojf
.. The Miami,Cycle Co.' ., I F T- M E A B atmospheric -.h
tort :
J. I I PE
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which is of vital interest not only'to I RATHE g. .=., presnure;SO viHighest WATER- AND Fans PaoracrtoxCosgrove .:' ;!t,
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tropical .Florida, but the:entire world. -:::-- y .! 8012. pressure' McDonald knd Brown.
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:, '= s '3.! a z i Lowest pr sore,29,95. ON Pol.Ics.ND ruBmasBradya -. 1
i' Add.to the experitrlental station ..
} tropical A =1--1 u a Mean temperature.. Tosgrove and Graham.POBTMASTKB .. l
: j botanical I H ':: I f.: Uigbeft temperature .
gardens and the department ""' '
: =4 tJ 97:dale 19
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'MIA' MI' ,,would ,cover! the ground com. 1 wtl't.Cl'y' Lowest" temperature. , AT tMU) i-J. 8- Warner. !!
: : dtilAO 61. date,22d. ASSISTANT POSTHASTES=Frank Pierce.
pletely.. ,
) done' :
{ Europe has, far more 2ttt' C17jClOlUI) Greatest daily range )J
han the United'', '11'J-J!; : rof temperature,17 date, .
> .: tates in the development + ;:.ooClutwly 221 ; ,STATE OFFICERS. -

I '. ESSand"RESlbEHCE of this science., Europe{ has L 64'7178 1.13Cloody; Leant dally range of (Offices it Tallabauee.) .2
alNti7t79ibiClo4,
; I i dy 6. GOVEBNOB .
temperature d.1te.12. -Woo.:D.
Bloxham.
r rI rl ,125 botanical gardens, Germany: alone 7'83'7.1' 7s I=Z latluttdy Mean ;:
8 7:7x temperature lor SECBETABT or ':,STATE -Jno. L. Craw-.
dy ; "
.36il'lou this ig
t : i havingi2i. Few realize the vastness, 8-I1111, [ ,Cloudy month for IU yean '
: tIO. '
;I : of. this Udy. At' present, there have; II WtM170I I >S L1aClaudy.+3,Cbwdy ATer jre deficiency i.f ford.ColgpvnoLLaaWm'i! II. Reynolds. 'i,

LOTS been 120.000 species ,of.plants already 12 tHl7li78, ..:. Cion fly tare dally during ann month tempera,i. TBEASTJBER- B. Whitfi ld., "mot

] I I I"J described. The United States,Government 14 13+!u1TaNO, ..071't.l'I'. Pt.CI)J' of Prevailing direction ;; B. Lamar. .. :
r wind;eatt. ATTOBN'EY-GDSWm. ISSTRTJO A
: '.yt .l r I IN has at Wa'sbipgton a botanical( 15 at'73,7s!, .!.II Pt.(;l'y Total movement of J
:H 16857te0.: CIE'ar. . 1i
wind.MW
wfor'Sale I ,, garden, but it is scarcely worth being t7 115 7181) '-. Clear llaxluinm.mile velocity[ of CoMHigsissiosEB or Aoazcvvruu-L. ,
I. \ ij
I 'j dignifiedby: that name.- While many III t8t4:7.'itlO 57176i82: : : (11.J8M.Cl'y Pt.Cl'y wind, 'diiection, and B.Wombwell.SUPREME' Ii' .
I. date.82 miles from the
ADtvTm-Ga1rPatrick
t'I I of our large colleges! have large collec-i 'st'71,79! .UI. Cloudy north,on {Ithe 4th. : Houston.
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In i't.C1'
: 'Prices sfroIU $,1 OO'tooQo\ Per Lot; lions'. of'plants, ha w's garden': at St. t:i61,61I7t 8'lI'TJi7S., ... Pt.M.Cl'Cl'y)Til 1891oche Total precipitation. : COURT JUDGES ,',
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: Louis isthe, largest and most complete:: >tst 7uso, ,01 Cloudy I 101 Number Inch of more day of with R.-F.-Taylor.'Cbiel Justice., \t
: ;) :9 fl Clooeay pre, F. B. Carter;Associate Justice.
in, the United States, ; this has an endowmentjfund .1 2K,78illJ'7,, tlplutioo 21 s sa
: ccorillgtocatioll.\ \, \ of $S,ooOOO. ,But to a 2718j6P:7-1': + 2'StCWatdy r8 Cloudy for. 'tversgdisprecrpltatio ;,.M. IT. Mabry. Associate Justice: ,t'
\i 10 Communications to the F
of State
:N'81: 721st 1 69 Cloudy any
L ; \ urge extent the United( States;>;are dependent 9:83'7t'lIt: ;, .'111 ('011 d) yeara.\ Total 10 excess-fntbes.in preclpitationl Officials or Supreme Court Judges should .',

':upon the ,research of the\ 'sci; alf.ab'INSL7 l ,+::1.80. ...01.. Cloudy' .. month..95 during Inches the 'be I addressed- to Tallahassee_ t ,Florida.i .!
: nhsts.ot Europe. | numbers f
o
.arge
,fare to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be refunded teach : 10.omberofeleardaJs Cloudy hays 18 Partlj cloudy day" .S.SENATORSFtZbM FLORIDA

-: .1 purchaser of,alot: provided purchaser will produce receipt for,such fare,,which scientific men go yearly to Jamaica, to \ J. \\'.CaoY L.c. bvrver.i "r < :ion-Samuel Paarr,'Mpnticello Fla. r' .
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; ,receipt will be received as cash in.part P!' ; study tropical plants. The onlytropical NOTE.-The above report represent' : Hon. Stephen-B.'Mallory',.Tallahaaaee.,
i B\REILLY botanic garden in, the world is located imately the ,weather condliiong at Alum Fla ; .. .
'; 1 I I !Call JOHN : Agent Jnpiter 81 miles north of Miami) In the wl
\ on Here
} \ at Buitenzorgj\ Java( . the ter the temperature averages a trifle warmer a Ia '
UNITED
\ :Fort :Dallas jLatid company MiamiOr learned botanists Miami than at Jupiter, and'In the '''summer STATES CONGRESSMEN
most of
'; l : ,, the world<< are trifle cooler... It Is our nearest either! Bureau :FIRST"DIBTKICT, Embracing' the East :
: found<< and of the United statio. ) I, Coast Bon.
J. .E. INGRAHAM;. \ i year afford \ B. W. Davis, Palatka.a .
Lan4 States that can it go there to a SECOND fDisTBicr=Hon. 8.M. Spark-
Wheels inside
t : : ":',.1.1 r-l Fort ,Dallas) CSt t ::\ | August, n ,Fl study tropical plant1 life. Plant life "i by'The Miami cleaned Cycle Co.;and. bat"I, for 73c man, Tampa.; >

,indigenous to Florii. a is practically I I'', RAILROAD COMJ.4ISsioNEOS.'r'

: unclassifled.' While'' many of theseplants WHAT A RAILROAD' RL H. )(. Davidson,. Quincy.'FIa Ch'n
: IS DOING.A .
r Little FiioMate are to be found in the botanical 1 IL E. Day. Gamanlle.JijM. .

i : Bros,;Fertilizer' Co, gardens,of the, colleges, yet they are New Promoting Feature,Immigration.Introduced for How the I I Purpose would ol John' .L Bryan.Neeley,Kueir&mee.,Jr., Clerk Arcadia ...
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f | \ grown under'gJu and never This Work la Florida. ii, Headquarters and offices of the Boardat
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,, i Ih j I i j JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA In with
'. II ... S perfection. conversation Pro- We clip the followingfroni a recent Tallahassee.- q
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I" fessor Webber on thissublect; he} said: issue ot Farm and Fireside: "The, Sea- "


t H L> Manufacturers of Uia -Gr d dl F' rtili n. !their study"There, native tropical is but one home plant place life Ind to, and scientifically there'I that')) Is'no is in the itself board Ikbed Carolinas, Air but a department Line hitherto and Railroad Georgia entirely not,only of, has unknown Virginia\!: new1 entab-' to,: UNITED,John"fl.MiamL: B.STATES Belly,? -,and COMMISSIONERS Wesley, ', MoO Featherly .. -


place; when all thing's are taken into in the.history of railroad This department -' SENATOR FROM 13TH DISTRICT.Embracing ;

-l i consideration where<
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r'._ \ I, :r ,oO \ -i ',.the,ch.eapcs'I] I Ir' I 'I Biscayne Bay. Here : we have quick years the stat commissioner of North, Carolina of immigration, and )man for DADE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE

i ; transportation, and '\soils and climatic well in a Dr.R. B. Potter, of West Palm Beach.
: posted the needs and
l\\( Little "Bros. Vegetable' No. 1 and Litfc0] Bros Tomato oppor- 'I ', "
1-. t ,, which would l enable the sci; tunities, the South, has been J f placed "

::. ; i ''V3Reclal, are ,the Best,''Brands; on the I e\tist.to do his best work. Here'trop- at' 'the-head <>f ,this: department. 'Mr. COUNTY.OFFICERS. -
; : : E. St. John, ce-president and, County Judge--Allen E. Heyser,Juno.
1.: 1 .: market for tomatoes. '' 1 1LL ItE : ical plants" abound in'theirnatural!' ,con manager of the se.aboardAirJ..inea general '' County Attorney.BJTayjor*}(illUi..
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i1 ,. : dition. lie; further, j remarked .that man well knowrV in Chicago ,aad: '; the ,, Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder of
t' rr : t; I : "therk \ North 1eeds.-.A.; : F. Jnno. '
is Central States Oainby,
t JOHN ELLIS.lAgent : a great sufficiency of' capital ag a most successful -
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t :' .,: ; now ;awaiting the Establishment o f railroad mal get, gives it his tf! ShrilfJ., Cbillingworth'Weot
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,,.. : "U t ',/ JM"A aJ nn'i Aa ._ hearty support :ThW two fact*,''show1 Palm, Beach' ) ,
: made
1''r;' .' : 'r11 r j" it.\ such a gar en, if efforts were, 'I in that the management of the! road Elector, of Tares.-T.J. Bairdee, Coooannt -'
the proper direction"!tWe askedhim} means to give its neV: policy in fair Grove.. /

: a )i. what)amoun :' of'fundi Would be necessary trial. And what, is this new policy ? Assessor of,Taxes. -GC. Height/Weak '
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-11 { 1 '' Simply to try to help the ople Palm;iBeac f '.
: to establish such;a;garden? .Not ,living
k1 in the territory contiguo & Treasurer-J. F..Lamoad,'West Palm
to Its lines
Nflrth less > !i,000\00o') This'wuuld -
; : M" fl '' than. $ dive to i|know. more, get more, 'ave(more Beach. ,
t I i ; tfir enough laboratories, lands ,and appliantes := and be more than now.' Iiksbort, a Snnreyor-Franklin. he ;West Palm '.

Such a garden!would b<* offuo{ policy increasing its, own: business Beach.County .. ..
-(- "t l' 't". 1. Y, t t "I, toJ< t ,, and opportunities of the people tinder -2LT. Merntt* Buena Yista.
r. 1 ; ., , dine be of great practjci 1 value to this the direction
t ; of this new department, BOARD OF, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS _,
' .1. c ,. I" 1 tropical section." Pro eSsor Webberis experiment farms ares! being estab- N. W.Pitts Lake Worth,Chairman.

l I authority :on tluese, subjects, nd lished:: one for each ten miles of 'the G. W..Lainehart,Palm Beach.. .

: : I \\\. :Operate: ti'I O tcbea-fie says there ii i su sufficiency of road. Also the means 'or improving W. J.* Shone, Cocoanut Grove.. 't
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their; breeds of Btock'are'provided free E:IJ. White,Lemon City.Y. .
''" 'f : \ ..1 : capital, awaiting an'inyestrnent of this of cost tq...the farmers. Beyond this 'a a.Tancre,.,Hobe BOund.ek. .
TerminalW - kind, ,he probably knows.whereof] be train of cars, to be a traveling school .lU Auditor pf.1 Board-A. F.
i'I: : : op, the.... speaks. He Is thoroughly interested instruction(\ in thepreserving' or QII nbJano. f -
fruits and in the ,
t" in the development of this aection and use of ,modern farm '
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't" and,dairy machinery will CIRCUIT COURT OF '
goon be put SEVENTH JUK -
with the aid of r
l'r Sg9r\Swlngle"t\ 0 on the road. This train will the DICIAL CIRCUIT. : _

l: / .NORTHERN PORTION OF THE CITY. . is equally, interested, ihere: ,may be. machines',themselves,,with,, persons carry as {Embtaoioir Dade and other Coantiea.)

possibility of, finding the "proper llrection.v I- experts tol give instructions in |their Circuit Sludge-.John.D. Broome, Or-

Such, a garden!' would:'briuj se.\|,This! is all, without cost to, the lando. j( \ .., : r :

.,' fN: orth Miami!' 'Lots are only] haftJie'i;' om .tlie :|NewTerminal. the most noted botanist and zoologists' people people.through The knowledge these means gained will by pro the e Orlando.,Proeecntirig\' Attorney J. ;I D.-, Beggs, ,,.

of thew: rid'to Miami.-4E. V. Clerk of Con tA.. F.
| BtACIrrAN. not only power but also;wealth. Increased Dauby,Juno.<
t : or :a few minutes', a1kl: .1 Site 60x100: : -' i wealth of th.epeople means ''a Fall Term; of"Circuit Court convenes

I .' Alley in a rear of oJdpoll. and I" , larger! business for,the road. This in- on First Monday after Fourth'Mludar."
; ,every ; breezy: '
j' l v. "John the Dutch an" is now dust dustrialcdepartment its expert in November. \ ,
1: ,j L ''I't :locations.," 4, I ,A j ,working the repair [ department of mental farms, its progenitors of id : Spring Term on First Monday, after
Fourth *
i. '-' The, Miami Cycle<<; ,Co. : proved .breeds of stock, and its traveling Monday in April. -

r t: J : .. ,$5O.OO j training-school, is indeed a new '
j.1' PRICE TO'$7S:00.
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: : DADE
1 , plan But though new it is wise ant d COUNTttCOURT.
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;: , -t" t. '' I\r ,: 't l l lk 1 I School Board Prolt'eitirigs.. musty prove,a Success." County Judge=Allen nelr.Junes .l I
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" ;t l' WEST:F'ALx.BsACn: :October' 5; 1897.1(, : ,, \ "OB3EBTEK.,." Prosecuting, Attorney R. B.Taylor
: ; ; Buy n'e' "whiJ they ,may be had c eap.! They will The :regular meeting !of' the:Dad ,"Pne Bluff,, 1{.IC.1 Miami. \ _

$0 'worth h 'ado ble.' a few months hence ''when the New County! School Board was held today. Topic \ Winter: Term-First Monday in' Janu,
; Present:'J , ',;s 'om'' leted'l Easy Telfmsl 1 Ii't L. Widmeyer and Z. T. :Mfcrritt.! Min- Ought Be Overlooked."I Spring Tf'rm-Firit Monday 'ApnJ.
Summer
l ] Term-First
:,::. ,:it : S -41 : utes of last meeting read and approved. would not Monday July
a womaDVhQdidnot
: marry Fall,Term, First Monday,
in
Th October.
Superintendent submitted- following
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: : Rpbbins know how to cook '
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pijaham '
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report: checked, ,up the,'biIJs
; I I And<< vouchers of the Knights: of Pythia Oh, I might orcrlookXa little ,thing u.a. LAMD OFFICE.QAINSVILLE. FLA

'jJuli: ..tt8 j: ;i.: t t LojTEB POST'OFFICE.iTermina for)improvements of 'castle,.ball :and like't at, if she : U. IX Wainwright, Receiver.* e
: ii' found them correct; ren of same paid pay my board.-l napolliaJournalTo ; 'J. M., Barco, "Register.

"': , ., until, 189tnd \ ,
'. '. September 30, ; >$9.M in ne Passed Over.

\ : Imported VnelU' Ar ajO, $1 pfer ox,$10 per pound favor of; Knights of Pythias. AI Ro-Holding'..a girl's band .Is like_ a Sewing machines and machine pairsrepaired
Florida one BOc ( & schools running except Miami'No.18, : at TheMlami: ;
Cycle Co.'s.Cheap' .
i Sumatra,75epero&toitl p( lb. MannfactdrinLeaf which will -I'n preface. to the book of flirtation\
rtart Monday,]October 11. '
[O' S' 1'' Tobacco 40c pr ot.: |4 pr'ib. FIELD ANDGARDEN p ,Respectfully submitted She-1- nev ,read_ prefaces, .-Detroit,. ... .
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\ 'a"1c.C"'O' ee SEKD3-torn Field Varieties 20c.pergt. I f Free .
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'postpaid,1160 per bu.'freight not paid.' SugarS : 'II/, ''',,Z.T.}lEBRITT, Supt. f Press. Wild Lands. '
'Varieties 25cpr t-po M.X! height,or ex- On motion \ We offer 60 acres with good fronton bear
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I preAS not prepaid.'Cuciimberj 60c per lb pert paid: painting. schoolhouse at From Way Back.
t Squash.SOe per lb pout paid. Pearl Millet, the beat fodder crop.lScyer lb. pout paid. In Iota of Miami awarded to T. .JL, Weaver for *:Mack'-I understand nigbee/g fighting. situated on Key Largo, near Pump
$ abs orover.not rtpai IAc pr Jb; All other seedy at equally reduced's. Internationa $13i.75. ; Superintendent Instructed to: kin .Key, being lot' ,3 of section.12. and
e Stock Food,r.oc.-ltr pkt. international,Poultry,Food,3Sc per pkt.: L.C.KERONI" qualities are inherited. i'- lot 1 of ,
: section
",an-8't : .[ I insure the Miami''school building for L Township 69, South.
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kti : .' J" : tbree.. years.; Board decided. to move: \Wyld-Yes. ancestors were Range 40 East Price $18 per acre.
:gym 7 -t: \' l the ;River a' colored school to Wes' great orators,.-Up-to-Date. r Also lot 4 of section 31,and Iota land
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"" Palm Beach the teacher be The I 2 of sect ion 33, Township 60f; South
| choice,selec ; t<|> instructed : ,;' Creek to IIU Girl. '

""" f)f, I In n' :t rid irj a'tthe'. offic ed-14.to;\V.receive A., FIler'shppoint no pupils enrolled, ass atlio.supervisor Maid Let of me Athena have your.ere marble we part.heart. ;; of peninsula Range 37 near{ I East,Madeira-111 acres.Hammock This ie'on a 5

r OF f; fflOS n 1 n OE the, METROP at Lemon City; i iIf. place\ of E. When I fight upon the field) the mainland. It baa a mile of nice shell

.J.u'i I .I White,' resigned, app tfed.'Wu-' It wilt make a first-class. shield. ; !' beach and madeira Umber., Price S3 per
t .J. f-;
: IS rant for $500 .appropriat for Miam ,f ...-., .Chicago Record acre.

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[ \ :- r \ , THE MIAMI; METROPOLIS 1, OCT; 22))! 1897. '\ 'I\ : : 7


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I I Wheels." tented by!) ; '\. ( PLACES OF INTEREST, Ten Acres at North'Miami iBeing y

\1.t Miami Lots York prices.. The ti the #'of : %of of Secion : ;
North t Town \ \ I 'Seen In and About Miami and BUcsyna a ne ne X -: .t{
Bay. I 86' Township Si, South of Range 41 :!
\ 'To Real Estate! : i Miles.\ East,lying between the railroad and Bay, -S
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i.J Ranging in' Price Fronr>i $3O to $'' 150. Business was so : Tarpon and 3 ainkh Mackerel Fisting.I 10 very close to the Bay. .Good land* Price _
, \ ot the MUml.X., : .: 4 9130(1:; ; :
the first year FvergUdes . ... ......1:. ...... 4 ,
\"A"i Selected List of Bay Biscayne Property. ; during that.\wt"'ditf not feel Ii k Indian Camps. -.> . ......I. ... 9 2-18-tf K BBIKH k GRAHAM. f" #
I \ Fruit Tracts nd Cheap Land for Iuestmcnt.| \ ink l Bowl and Kulns.. .. ..;. .: .. .. 2 _- ; t
\ ue printer' verj and the Old Light. .. ... .. 8 .
t t. Frost-Proof, Bearing Orange Groxes.o. f Ue feared we ;, Books Light .., "... .. .. .. .".._ .. ... 15 NATIONAL. I, ,w '
\ '' \alui received for your a Reffs .. .. . .. .. .. . .... t5 ; t
-; i PKosphate Lands Sea . . ... . .. . '. '
. 11' en there were il ,. : . : : : lome-Seekers. ,. "
'I not H1 real e"tate. : ..? .;... ". : :: : ; :1 : ;
J k\ Choice Property of Every Description : :
; Lois of money. Is Cut'... . ... .. ; . .. ....: ; REAL
'< DESIRABLE\ LOCATION' ON 6TH THE EAST AND Rock and Creek ... . .. : .. ... .. .. 25 ; ESTATE EXCHANGE. ..?
|MOST \ertiMiiff which bring '81 Key :::.t.} -
'. Judicious 8dvt-rti :. : ':: :1-I:::: : : :::: :::;:: ::: : : .j
\ \, WEST COASTi\. : than other Grounds::.:... :: ::..:,..,:;: 1155 -_ I ." .
\ : any fI; 's Grove .. t:::::::.::::: : :::::: 4 1
''I.j .J!:I AWaadci I1 make I Mver:, ...... .i... . ... ... .. ...,...:... 6 Exhanging Property -for Property a' .} '
(: ; u : e If on have ) ( t'k. t! ... . .. .. ::... .'... IS ,.. i
. .. .. Bpecialtyl! Send .Description\ of what
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Fla.ll4 who : F. J8 .
znarltf-if. therehave are people lrWge..4 .m '" \
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, i it will pay you \ Cty.| .:::.. ,...:: .:.. yon have and what yon want. .. :
make the fact known. 1 Vi i u.::. ; j. .t. . .; ;. .,.J.: j MALABAR INDIAX RIVER < .. 'z11
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We believe) from I . \ .. .. . 'l,.,. t 1 FLOBH>A ,.

l :ll4 tion t lat printer's Palms Ramboos. .::4.........;....:..:..1.....j.1.\... 6 5 16-1f-\8.\I\ C. .&CARROLL "

'. I II. estate dealer bitter Wild Lemon .. .. :.. .. :"'". .;" 2 Oct \ Real Estate A* nL, .$:
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busuieU Lime Groves. i . . :: 1. .tHY. t
t 1 man, ) 1
{ llanlover:. .. .. . . .. .. .;: t i. 15
mand for:\ land in the l Creek..... .. .; .4..t.i :. ,.. .. "J"_ ...l. 20
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is located. I Pond ... .1. .. . . . ... ...... .. 10 MIAMI I PAIN SHOP : J
I There i* a good.dema of Kefuge.. .. a[>:. ...., . ..... .....;. 10 .
I Creek and Oyster Beds .. .. .. 10 L\ ..
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this \itinity. Itj w () Ruins on the Miami . .: . : .jl. t T. U. WEAVER.. PROP-R. j j .'
r ing;'. Land buyers are : >HlU3.. ., .l .'. .'.I .. ...?:..
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& da '. on the Bay of .Florida and Among House Sign and Carriageaintillg
section(every } : \ (
f Keys . ... : . .. ..1. . ;.:. '
If you can make Gulf 8tream..4"..,....\.I..l'(( "
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sand-dollar propertj } ; Hour Sail to the,Bahama Banks......_i '
I the METROPOLIS and ( I

,: of ten p.cent., you new stock of bicycle saddles just 'j
11 // money 4 out of the \ I at The Miami Cycle Co.'a.. ,, } :

pay. for a lot of \ I I .
:1' Wear* confident the Bay Front For Sale : -: Decorative Wall Paper Hanging n spec ,

ygkgG when it! will payl 'you acres with a frontage pf ialty. Graining, Hani-wood Finish. .,v j

use our advertising on tb -'Bay. A splendid piece bf ing and.Kalsominp. All work .. "" of;
Describe the.best ; lying between the place of B.: B.Mo guaranteed. Best of references . ,t-

; : .. for aleiand\ give and that of A. R. Simmona' will be.given. -, J
) marked Jin plain : of Gocoaiiat Grove. The finest Ave. D and 9th St, MIAMI., FLA. orf
policy. | : ot land for sale on the Bay for the' 7may.i7' .i if. 5 :"
Prepare' a price ( Price, $4.>0a Will take one-: z : -
f you b? ve for sale / cash or onlyoD -Lhird cash if neces': :ifrTHE'
,fJ you a few hundred '! 1 1 .
form bend them,'to .BOBBINS & OBAHAK. PEACOCK. INN, j
// S .. ents.. '1'1,11', 1l save \ 1 _.
;; f their cost! in time ''and .' -+( LOOATE ON- ',' '
: ; You need not.write 8. p A iI 1
a' short note, and BISCAYNE BAY -ji
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'I RATES and they will make, We Manufacture; alklnda i I I Five milea south of*Miami ., ,:J
-1 SAFETY.I! COMFORfl! QUICK TIMa.! LOW aug27-tf and size ot
At 1 ; \ \;Tb@ oldest and largest hotel '
Fisestt"uisinearidSer'rice.. and New rork.I ijjj 'i on the Bay. Headquarters a .
} . No Transfer Between k8ontill A Tempting ) Ii'
The Fleet U composed, of the following, Handsome Sew Steel 8 amere: for the Biscayne .Bay ;Yacht
I. I. We offer lets 1. 2 a Cypress !, [Club. H ,

I ;Comanchft ,(new t Algonquin i Iroquois, .i ,Cherokee,'': i Seminole. Miami. They are Theee ; Dally Steam tatncb. Connection:fitn '.Miami :;;
side of the
i \ NORTH= : jriver. ; r ,
BOUND. : \ tract of land having TanksG. Rates $2.00 Per 1
\ @ ;: Day and Upward. :
,. . \i Steamers ire appointed to sal according to!the tide I facing the\ river; also Special Bates by the Week. '1
From aekeouvtlle....fs., (calling Charleston. ),
,. Suodajg;Tuesdays and Thursday! Avenue D, and 200
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From Charleston C., : '- <-
For.bourt. of ujune see "Clyde- Line, ": Schedule:or Jacksonville Mondays\\edneSdaynand And Charleston' daily'paper Friday \\'e bon bt'',these lots''' tH\S. PE4.r COCK &: SON, Proprietors, :;(

1 SOUTH-BOUND. \. I offer the three for f 1,630. M. DAYIS & ,SOX, .*: .. '

'Steamer are appointed' to sail, from Pier 29, East River, New York, at 8 pi m.. as follows- to show them at any j Palatka, Fla. COCOANUT GROVE, FLA.,, :
For t hafleaton 8. C., "" Mondays Weduendayg and Friday 2 18-tf : : for Catalogue. 124.3.2.p4 I..Open .&q the Year. M '
FoyJscksouvtf e.Fla. '' (calling at Charleston, r 11
'I Mondays, Wednesdays and irldav.Clyde : I .. :


New England. andSouthel'n;,: \', es, \\F, )i PREACHERS! ,-AND-+ 1 j ; e Plant S y terrt : ) _

v Calling at Charleston, S. C,, both'wayi, .., Hev. Leroy Estelle \ -
STEAMERS '"DELAWABE"; AND 'GEO. W. : justice's court when \ ,
; CLYDE"IAre
Perfect -
tire Baptist'church, of ,' Passenger Service. j \ :1
, 1 I appointed to tall aa follows. :' i ( 1

.From foot. of Began THURSDAYS Street Jadtsouvlllr, " :- 1 From i ',lewis's. FRIDAY8r",iBostou; frta 1S05 55, ,but due on his g the Most Important Points \Jin .Georgia, JA1bama a- '
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thejCihurch: '
CLYDE'S S,T..' JOHNS RIFER'\ LINE pealed to the court of : \ South Carolina, Florida;| Cuba 'andScotia. '" '.. \"\ ;..

Rumors have been
; \ (DE' ) i Nova 1 :
: BARYiLINE \ that }( ':
ly Mgr
F: 7aiiks;\m'fi/l, Palatla, ", Sa, I.ford, Enterprise, F/fl., and I 'fnterpredfbte, gate apostolic' has ; :Mos't: Eilp1.enCtld;; Hpte1E! '

j Land Ks" i.on the S I. 7uhns nr ver",, [ 1 labor compelling t "
i The elegant alde wheel steamer4- Catholics and 'j't 1 r e- i "Jrt

.. \ "CIT'i\\ ..OFJACKSONVILLE" \ brand' at parocbwl ;, .
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jf in church,,,,but they *
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CAPTAIN w. :A. SHAW a .
: I \ \ denied. N .t i tall r
Le&.e, Sa.ckllOnTlUe.. .., .c...... ;..........}:.......Sundays.' TuesdayatndThnre lit 3iopm Uatntly ,kllit w.r s "i
: aye
.. .. .. The nostori Pilot sa
RetutuLtg Leavel laurord.- . (, ,:.JdOOd8YB. Wednesday audeFrkdeya, at' 9ala. m. .
8oUT11 BOU.ND I, : : of the Very J ev. I'
SCHEDULE :1toRTII-BOUxh
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'i Read dODO I -r-'RI8dlllt (Dr. James Kent \ ? :a ,

Leavej '8:10 p. m. . .... ,. .... .. .HJACKiON\'JLLE: .. ... .... ... . A irive'a pt a. m. .at.the news bf his: -
!t 845 p.m., .. .. ... ... .... .j.! .. Pillatk. .. . ... . :j.. . ,.. Le Sou
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'1" '" m. consultOr
i4 '.00 a.m. ,. ..... ... .... ..1. ...: .. Alttor..o. .... .. .... .1 ;., 23'ip' p.. m.. general T. : '-, ..,
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a. m. throughout the world
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Arrlrel" 1 ii a.a.a. i .:'HY: :HFJwlf.7j"i! { : :' \ \A INi W;: m.m. he entative United will reside States of for the a \ R .- : ".' i,::''t

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Geileral .PCJ88enger:aid T.kiir.office, 204' )Vest Bap iSrreet; Jaq q I km;; ;:-:- An official { I

,. \ ---t People's Society of ,
.! "NO. .l. H WARD. 8. F. M.. IRONMONQER.J a. F. P. A. shows: the wholeauni
UCUOJO"ILU, FtA. l *
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be' There
T. 0. EOER; T.. M... ) H. WARBURION. E. P. A. M. U r. c Y.Der A. T. M. 2S"5G,746r .I
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societies ,
of
t bowl Seas aIL.nw1Y, ; \ : : 231,000
connected with .
WM. Pi\ CLYOE & CO t3en'l Age'nti \ i' 1

5:Bowling GreenJNew York City ? .'12 So. Del. 'A''>4., Phhrde} pb'la 17.U united with the,'diffe"r : I RetR"ior; i .i;
ing the year 1896.! n\\ the West Coast ) of Florida.) ;. :

received, a ,grand total ( : PLANT'STEi\MHlp'LINE.' '

Georgia SoutherilyaM F1oids R'y. bers. I I ,. .
'Some time afro } : i
ers' tiding between. .POItl. TampaKey West and -
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I Baltimore, gave $10, {' | ,:

;''The' Suwanee River Route fiasmm: .for the : : i Havana, and between Mobile and Port 1'amps. . '

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logical 'seminary in \
1 Time Table-7uae15,18S J! the formal' .' B. W. WRENN, H. p. McI ADDEN.Pass. "
1 1SOUT opening : Traffic Manager.Sa.sram3.aii.
!iAes't Genl Pass. AgU ,
N6th T day Mr. >
BOUNb STATIONS.NORTH BOUND Oa.F. ,- r
that a minisler.of: the .
No ti. No $ Noel No 2 lNo4 NoBi of:Iris calling and M. JOLLY Divisiou Passenger,Agent;'Jacksonville, Fla.

,. 7 50 r x 8 m i ti Leave..j .{.Atlanta..,.r.Arrhe 7 35 b A 743 x . .,.. the'most good
.. ." .. 11'18' 1140 Arrtve .. ... .,Itaeon..ii,. Leave 4401 4 ? } '

6 SSr x 1'45 i x 2 0s8 r x AMve 1....,,Codele..,. ...Leave 3 EO n 1 {yai x 8 x a neighbor mann, end all- :Mallory steamshiv. .Line S

840 1{ 00 8'60 ,:.y:.{ ,,...,:.Tlftou..i...:: 106. 1225 640 should have the very
10 !0 4 40, 5 85 .... ,.,, ....Valdoeta-.'.., :. 1106 a x to S f10 ,
'......... 40 6 86 ..,........ .:!.Japer . to i 9 6..j ,.... ,The Roman .
;.: ,.? O; 7 48 ...... Lake Clty :., ..y...... 910 900 .., .} pose to' mark the '
..i... 00' 10m i.. ..PALATX.&.. 610 4'45' .i} ,, (N.,'Y. T.'S., S.CO.; ) '
...,.,. .. , .. .. jubilee of Archbishop ; ?
,, .5 10 a x 15r x 1eave<44 ve t w rri 11 L9 r x .. ? .{ f -
'...,.. ... 8 0o' Arrive.}; Warcrnee. ir.d Leave ii M J x 8 40 ,,... him handsome : : 1
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JACESONVIU.E.a 820HN
: : : 80' 1216 :.4: : 7o0 Portland. lie was ToCT'
Key West Fla. Hew York
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30 a r x cave i eor l..Arrlve 13 e0 no 7 15 r CO entered ;
515 AMvea..FITZOERALD.aieave to 4S 6 ) .. .. ..,., ears ago; .
1 1' r x 1255 ave. ....' oeta.. .. :..Arrive .?,. ,. 880 r x '4 01 a r order in 1837, b majfnificetit steamers of this line to leave ,
1149_ 124 .. ,.. Arr1Fe.4.; Qnttman .. .. {Lease ..r. 6 5- 3 821t and after having are appointed ,
tU i i4 2.14. ._ .: . ..,. .., ...,i ..T80MABVILL$ 456 24r 5
,? x 1110 x 4 50 A x 4 5d ......... during the civil war \Key West Every' Saturday .
i 40 e x 310 ax Argve.. ., .....Sanrord..Y..LeaTe 1 18 t 50 I.........:, 'five yea 'a..to $to \lpb \| \' '
....;..... 1'J0 355 .....Orlando ?, .,:.:..?, 1265 1315. New York city lie
.....:. 8t I fa0( ,: ...:. .' .;Lakeland .. f?,....., 8 30 P x 10 45 .}.. ..;. (in NEW yoRK following Tuesday. Service and nIDOdaUoD8't
: Savannah
b of in '
S 45 800 .... i..TAMYA.: .. .. 7 50 8 01f v.. shop strictly first-class .
.,.. :... 1 ....., re. t1, ...: llka..AfliFe ......i.. 4 rw t a .}..,....: punted archbishop pf 1- '
...,....19486x. ....... . ,. : :..,:..Leave ..?..,.. 2M .{... ; $ PORT '
3O. ,.'?...;.. .:.?., 1207 .. I Brunswick to Jew York
..;.... }west Palm Beach. ,:.,,f.s 7 24 A Y 5C.\00'1- RoYA4 sc
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Teen,via T1ftou OD Traina Noe a and 4.:: .' I' ; : \ professors Fernandlna(F. air 1' A-P. By.) .and Via Everett and Southern\ Railway. : ...

F.direct Operates on.1:1'1111:Local leepera No.,1 and the 4..fear mood betW'f'eD. . Palatka.na.and.),[UCD.! Gi.. Tla I'G.S.R The value of ih& land.Route 11le:..,.....;\ ". Jacksonville........!)...............4. M pm. ,::0
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..,'Direct Line to Fitzgerald (Soldiers, Colony) via T fton; ;States,is $95,545,681.! 1 = 't Dally. : .: j\\.8:: ::::: \: : : Ar.Bronswick..J..L..v.1 Everett. ., '.640 80 pm pa

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Trip| NASHVILLE EXPOSITION IJ : Passengers allowed on board for ; lIradal. ? .
'Rnnnd ket tow f>n',ale at followint Very low n.IeL*' horn Pa atka..1 From Jax among the male te \ : I PROPOSED SAILINGS': '
Ten: Day Lima Tuesdays and Thursday* ._,, .*. i,:..v., .. ... .III 00 80 ipcfcnty.. Pa., because New Tort,pier E R.,5.80 p.to. (Standard Time). Lv Brunswick t<
'l'WeDtJDayLimit" ....'. . ....;.. . .... ..."t..t-... ,.;:<,'..'' j.,'; 19 35,. .. .... . 1760 born: are Get 1 :.i. . .\..'hC.BIO GRANDE .. : . ..... ::.... .....<.Friday Oct. 8
October SUt Limit":?,.'Vi I -w ..L.[ .1..,.._VA. ;t.4"I" ..,.. 26. 2L: _. :.. . 2400 { preparing Oct. 8.. ... .. . \.. .. :.. ... .... . ..... COLORADO.. . ..: ... ...... ... Friday Oct. 15 4-"'"' 1
The Scenic Route.. The historical Batlleflelda Route. -, I : rder prohibiting .Oct.is ... . \ .....'. t,... . RIO GRANDE... ..... ...:..._..,. ..,...Frld.y.OcL2'l. .... "
Full Intormattoa.leeptag or reservations, nap*,etc. ,can be obtained promptly_ by writing tobacco. ,Oct 2?. .. .. .. .I . . .. 1... .. ..,COLORADO .. . .. .... . .... __.._Friday,Oct. 29Friday -",
calling upon_ : \ Azhar ,Oct. 29. . . }.... .. ...t.JttOURANDE.\ : ... ... .. b',...... _: .- NOT. S .

: JI.., ) ,.HUGH. HICHABDSON. Gen. Agtj .- 1.El stunted i : at Cairo; is i MIAMI METROPOLIS, 'B. W. 8 UTHWICKl .

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r: Additional Miami.Mince Heat.V t..I"j t. We Stand- Alone v\ i' .. . H\ DEALER Iff. ,

: ,\ I . ., Walter W. Pickiord BOUGH and

:, ;The i'METROPOLIS .is the best'adver- : DRE88EDYellow
: Miami who best stock ,
\, As the DmggistB of keep the Iprgeet and I .
.I"j \Itising knedium on the east coast.' ) '\ I of Drugs, ;Medicines, etA At our e tore j on Gain find just what you \ -""

.] O. Ai Merritt,.'representing the ''souvenir want, at any time and what you, get here you lap rely upon. \ i i3tationerJ Pine and,
edition ,of the :Times-Union and' I ;..
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Citizen, was in the city this week, \ Cypress. .: V ;
up his' business that line and Toilet Articles of neshiPtioj \ .
"! ;' Minding : in Every .. : : <
: here. file js much encouraged by the I
'" :way' pur people' have taken hold of the \ j 1 \ \ # ., '-LUMBERSpecial '
matter and that Miami will be \ ,"
Bays '
j TO.WNLEY. ; .O $ \ I \ ,
.- magni Gently represented In thet II\ \ .
:special{edition. They have finished \
t \ \ sizes sawed to order; Also"Fruit .and Vegetable Crates.. Let me'
; taking the photographs of city views; \ I \ ; quote.
1,' '. '" in the interests of the City of Miami ; : Registered Pharmacists, \' I \ E ,prices before you buy. A trial order Solicited.: : '} 'y'
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4: and the Fort Dallas Land Company1, i I ; \ -
0, .and the]photographer is now' at work \ \ ang1A.tr.ir. \\\ COCOANUT GROVE,: FLA/

t .' ,;- tue.views for our; businessmen} Avenue D .and 12th street, MIAMI, FLA 1
'I i Mr. Merritt left on the steamer: last I \\\ e2oct-1fitis \ }\ '
GEORGE, BARKER .
'" "i night fpr Key West to: finish up his ,

+ t l !' .. work there.Just : \j The Methodist Church 'held i its third Er Mb "CO t\(i I \ Watchmaker and ..

; received'10 new bicycles at The quarterly conference services last Sunday. \ Jewelers
f '. Miami Cycle'Co. We: are agents' for: The presiding elder of'this district .- RES7.'A f. RAN1' \j \ : i i iPCSTOFFICK
' t ; the Niagara Crawford, Road King, Rev. L. L. Fisher: preached an I Meals "ned at allhours.M 1, \ II' : BCILDISO,Muui,FijLiepamng '" -

,,;}1' l Pyramid, Westminster, Bellis, etc. abl; sermon in the morningon the incident \ : oderale i I rates-Oyslrs t in \ promptly. and carefully attended to. All work guaranteed. '
j'i\ ,.Call.andexamine.,} of Samson being shorn of his I Season. Lodging by the day I ', Nov6-tf-hf. \ t A full line o spectacles and eye. glasses ..hijl.OD. hand
tt t iKev. lr. Paris, a distinguished PreS- strength, through the wiles of Delilah, I \| or week : DAVIS)& HULL, >'
.f .iq r b.tteHandivine'\, of Pittsburg, Pa., has and* delivered into the hands of the. 22KW: -IT hi 10th street pear Avenue D I t fi fiSTOCK
T l. accepted!the call to the Miami field and hilistines,'he not knowing his weakness ; ---i -'- _. -r- ,'. i A GENERAL 4t .
J will (I in next and ', until ('called upon to resist the I "r- : tJ
thiscity Friday
arrive nursery at Bt view. Their nursery OF : : ..
take. up the work of the Presbyterian enemy. The speaker pointed out, in\a\ \ .! : fat
;: i 1.\ church inthU vicinity. 1)1. Faris bas forcible I manner, the fact that the stock is said to comprise the'' finest jva-- I

'! ,t ,'I 'been' occupying.the pulpit of a large power of God had departed from many reties,'and every kind true to na ue* ,

f ; church in the,"Smoky City"at a good Christians because, of yielding to temp- They pay particular attention' to raising
tation, and they were, perhaps, noj FURNITURE
; salary, but'dn account of ill-health was [;
'-1'1 the'choies tested of
grades grange -
i co pellea1toresignhischargeandseektt' Awarrof'hia., departure, and would only
::r a kriore' congenial( clime: lie is sent be reminded of it'\\when called upon to. lemon ana grapefruit trees, and'
,I he the Home, Missionary Society struggle with the great enemy-Death. now have 75,0tx| ready for .dipos'1iI.1: f
t. t of the church and will divide his time' A pute heart was the token of.God's '
They'deliver trees at all points along {
:'f: ,' for, the present between Miami and Cocoanut presence,;and with that in our possession the east coast. Thosecontemplati g prices to'suit' the'times., Mattings, Window. hades,
: i* # Grove. His first sermon in this *e can be sure of supremacy over ; ,
? 1 t' city will be preached at the Presbyterian evil. His evening Fisher was the purchase of choice" stock" would do i Coffins l\ and 'paskets'u._ stock. Embalming

;: 'pavilion on Sunday, October 31st. .Church Attendance." Mr. delivered well to write them. Parties that are' I attended to. (Call or write '
a Very interesting lecture on \
contemplating suing out J large groves
:, Several members of the Independent Wednesday night on the recent Inter- , '
Order of Odd Fellows held a meeting national Convention .of. the Epworth can have the assistance of Mr. Waite .A.- =EDWIN"NELSON\ ; ,
'j" Wednesday: night in the office of Scott League, in Canada. The services were in planting but, stock sold from his .
.;....;. and Broome for the purpose of,further.discussingplans ail held 'in the! schoolhouse. He nursery. A neai, descriptive catalogue I : t. ; '

.. for the organization I left .on the steamer, for Key West, has been i issued the Magnolia
:... ; of a lodgef in this city and making ,to hold quarterly. 'conference'\ in that ; by hnCORELUS'V IK ': arrangements to procure a charter and city. I Grove and Nursery. Company, wbicp ,: ,

t .; the,necessary 1 paraphernalia. Ic is expected -: -I--i -I ---b' i contains some valuable information __
;:. F l than in about three weeks they I' for the pro pectvk| orange grower; It
,' The New Flagler Steamship.
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will ibe for
ready organization -
'!' l i',. '. and the Grand permanent Master, who is located From t thiew. York' Marine 3onrn.il. 'will be sent to anyone who will maki .

:..... : at, Fernandina, will be here to .Another I ; illustration. of'fast and efficient application to Mr. Waite :at. Belle : : Livery and Sale Stable

':' 'institute,the lodge There will be another shipbuilding is that of the newsteel ,view. I i \ ., .
meeting{ next Wednesday night ,
t.t. .. .at 7.30 o'clock in. the same place. ,steamer Miami,'which will have 1\\, Getting Ready for,!JusinessI I street Avenue'
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llth Miami.
;: near
'' been, finished by the Cramps within I \ \ ,
v ;;' W.L.\ ,Thomas'informs us that.he has The Miami Transfer, Company is I
( sir]months of the date, of signing the make' Horses and Males.td let and for sale. l
,a ; learned from an:item in the National preparing to extensive addition .
< ..., '1 Hotel Repor r that'Henry.. ." Merrill, contract Her accurate dimensions are: '
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to its stables! ,on 11 tn street. A 2-story Fine,:Bred Horses 'atBY ltl.1, t .
: : .' manager of,the.JJoyfcl Palm Hotel, is 24olfeet\ between perpendiculars 40. erected
; be thewestside .
,:' '1 now .rapidjjrfeoovering' from a serious' feet beam molded, and 23 "feet depth building- will [ on I Teams' \ Teams Work =Team
i of thel stable 40 feet in Carriage Buggy (
\ burn and is out of danger. This lathe *' I. presrm ; ; -
The fact5;that she is built in.accordance
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; .y F- only informative the item',contained 'wIdth and 12:> feet long; the dipper J
with the requirements and under the 30apr9l-lp-Qe. (;:
Mr. Thomas was unable to tell us when I portion wilfbe, .divided into rooms for. \ #
ri : .;" 'or where Mr4 Merrill had'met with his rule} and. inspection tof'the[ American
the of'the
J serious injury,-,The item simply. said employees. company.A: new .
\ Association to A 1 Near Brady's
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Shipmasters' ,class '
., t -s that Mr. Merrill'was at the home(of a i front will be placed on the old stable, ,
j: brother, at a 1 point, in ::Massachusetts, for twenty years. In' the "Record ofAmerican making it the sam 'heightb as the new ; Grocery

\J. '. and was. ;out pf danger and recovering: and Foreign ,Shipping," is a ,building.! 'The work will be commenced .- 'D I I
from a very \serious condition:which"was guarantee of her excellence, while in transfer orn s Stfe t'
f -' at, once.. The company '
I" 'y the result of a, burn We,are sure every respecti she has been designed 12th
prised to'et his information as'noths' ; is arranging fur a brisk'\winte ,
j' 1 matter, in for;the ep'eciaXservicej; ordered, to con-, I
og--ot?Ule reported any : season at Miami kj i number of new 1
.'= .-n of the Jacksonville papers. ,}, : fleet the terminus of[ H.-Y. Flagler's carriages and landaus will b' : NOW't

h .. 'Don't; J"second-hand wheel; railway'ai Miami. FlaM with, the Bahama wing
buy ,until down, and the company is now
t t yon hare it| examined .by',Williams, IIaQ s.She'\; has', three,decks and built two handsome pmnibusses tor. the -OPEN \
i the bicycle dealer...He may be able to twoltiers.Of, finished in :
staterooms,
tell you something to-your .advantage. ( n=eo'f, the Royal Palm guests. ,They; Re1st"au.: tl tlG home-table'board' by the
F:' .;' white mahogany. The saloon; amidships : will each accommodate 40 people and .r.an'tl
If not then week or month.
1 E nojcharge.\ : : .
: Vs.] a1] very elaborate one, all the will cost $1,5QQ apie e. They will be ,
The ,|a hthoiise'tender'"Arbutus,
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and service
first Glace.
Cuisine
i'.i while near.Cape 1'9orida'last', Sunday staterooms have' running water, and here,about December ifi. An elegant Prices Moderate. -

\ was, driven on te,the sands,'and was so the- cooking" will be. all done.' away aft omnibus i has been fit ed up for the Hotel -, : .,
i firmly stuck that'it'was' impossible'.tot to- p reot'anY\odor' \ reaching the: pas- 'Jliami,and;this conveyance will be O-EO.' .' Z3OSiTT': :: >dIA.T>.*fl., rLA.Sa' 1

t 'get her:off for,'[several days. ,She,was epge."b: motive'power consists of in operation i in a fewmays.W. -i.fs-mo 1 1Fredk. t. ,
.evidently going very rapidly when she \ . .
: two independent sets :of machinery, II. Woodall is I Mrj and wilftoa
1 struck, as when]fast there were 12 feet/ .
., h: of water! under] ierbow.and:the centre each.comprising 8-cylinder, triple-ex day take the pia tor' Manager S. Morse
:::1 l ''''ef, her keel was firmly grounded in the ,pansion:engines, actuating two independent Hanip..outhit" who Was compelled to ,

sand in "four feet'ofwaer.Two attempts manganese bronze 3-blade 'account As
I propeller resign on sickness.
'f .{were rnade.to pull her off, but tees
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wheels. schooner Mr. Woodall hold,
The ship will.be soon as Hamp
i unsuccessfully,until,Capt.'Braro,with ?
will-JeavefoFhiJ in Winston N. REAL'ETATE
r the steamers Sari\. l ucie on her way tot rigged, with',two smokestacks, will C., where he horn$ the. bracingair -

: : 'Key West, kindlY'8to'ppetl and by dint, have. i the most complete electrical of that i 1 soon restore ,
: of.. 'superintendent off. .E.O.Hoff.r .: equipment" Extant' ,and is, guaranteedto him to health.He\ I take-with him :
man, of the 7th and 8tb".lighthouse : '
knots' some pineapple wil) ocoanuts'andother' Miami Dade Co. Florida.
1 "c districts! was on, board, and make 16 ( speed. , ,
: tropical ,! and will place ,
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'Tbeewtor MarineJournal also
'came 'c' s.
:up (to,the, pity on Monday,to,at- them :on exhibition in jtne great .
-!. ,to but business here.lj'A .-: McKay for many. expositionof .
Mend say Ciapt.Jasi ,, the Peidmont Section which
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j- . $.10 bicycle free,inside of" '10, days.. i i it' years masterof thesteamshlp Olivette! will open. in Winston! oh .November;,, 1. AGENT FOR LANDS. CjF / ,
_z The Miami Cycle' Co.;: has;issued 100' and U.k-Marshal of the Southern District W ..
':,tickets. Each ticket is,50c;and .entities -: of|Florida 'during the Cleveland The, City Cdtd d h cil , Florida East; Coast\, Railway Co.,'

you to,,2 hou ride anytime dur-: Administration on the ,.felditsregularmeeting|ast night and Florida tioast'' Line Canal and Trans.
. ing.the.next 30 daY .,,One of the per- i and at : present made final settlement with i D. W. Mer- ( Co., .
t. son's buying tickets''will 'be presented I ,time,,will command the pew, Flagler ritt building the pu schopl.l, Mr. 1-1J.s1; Boston ,and Florida Atlantic i Coast Land Co. '

I witha Jadyfs or gent's bicycle tree) steamer,..building*,by the, Cramps for.ervice.bet'1 Merritt was present !and presented I

i:. :A. Colee'& Co. have the contract I'I'.f n Miami. Fla., and, Nas vouchers' and other satisfactory\ eVi '
1 ';building the'rock road to Cocoahut I Ii df'ncesrt-hat all bills formaterial) nnllahor FrUl t TU.r e-e' ip FruitPersiali: and
,.. ': Gr gv1,'and ,work! "vas tcommenced\ I f-4: 'were paid, and tendered the S'G.Tahiti Limes Genoa 'and '"
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Wednesday, .morning, with'about siz1 building the city.. The) committeeon '" '
i, teen, hands and'six,double,f oams. The; Choice, -',Nui-sery'-sioc strJ'ets.l\lul impnnemehts reported :1 ., AT-- Lisbon' \Lemons, :DaneTancrerinemrt's /;
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;i road will be 8 feet wide''as. far, as' the I' The?attention I i of lour\ readers' is'called that they hatf'examined' the.building: .

..,.. ,1', jmarsh, from',whichM point to the. Grove to; the advertisement of, the Magnolia 'and found that it;,had beep completed OwnDoor Tardiff,- ... ;
lit will' be'12 feet in Iwidtb. They have I I according ,to contract good\ workmanlike .
Istarted at this end of the' road: but asisooti'as.the'c I Groyne and Nurseryjcompany,on\ page manner. j assessment|Ik I .' Washington i Navel];Jaffa,

alrer4aare, : inland the!I fi Of the Mrradpou' 'Thislnurserr Council examined tlw\ : Jaffa Blood ,Ruby Bloodj -
... 1 1. marsh: is'dry -enough,stork. will be located:atl:BeljevieW, Marion County, roll and\finding that a g number o, \ ,
bommenced;:on., the[other;end. The'I beat citizens,,did, not appear as assessed fOf; 'J.L. : and Parson Brown Oranges -
i in what is\I known .as the orange .. .
'' assesd! .
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the ordered the
f rock piled l up bjr: the dredge, on 1 any personal taxes. ,
I Other side of the riv r, is being.hauled I growing, : section of. the State, and is or to, make a careful 'canvass of th<", -' 'I,, \" \t Japan Plums and
for the road at this e1nd. but when they : owned byi;Messrs..|J. W,' ,and.,F. D. city and complete the;list 1 and submit Texas' Silk
Persmmonk>{ Australian
get farther along, material.will be'ob.tafoed' Walt ., The 'former! id located at San it at'the,'next regular m tiog-ot the Grapes, Umbrella, ;

from ,more ,available points.! Diego;CalJt wbre hey have"an extensive council. : 'J: [' Oak ,and aSquantityjof\ Qf: ornamental flowers and .shrubs to
weather Members M 'Morse
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the'road, wilt b.e' cpmpleted ,in about, i lemon\jgrote, a d.F. :D'..Waite" is McDonald,, Budge, Cosj and Grail suit, ,this climate and soil. ., JOHN. : ELLIS, 'AGENT/ '3'sept3.6mPhei
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