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 29, 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: VID00581
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
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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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., ,, YOL---. =--NO. 25, MIAMI; DADS CQUN FLORIDA; (aSsiffi7lFRlbAY; OCTOBER 29, 1897.: Iit I y _PRICE, 5 'CENTS, : ,
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1AJterti ein, T-|the MKTKOPOLIS: || Jlzah""; make's\x th I e i es't' cigars i in Call for Havana" smokers' ry; wish completion' of the, building- At the, ..

M1AtI $ MEAT. ". Patronize home industry smoking I this 'ty. Try them\ Fbr sale by all toll' get tb of your,money.' 8o5n"The evening'service the largest congregation ; -.
} .dealer : ] I: printed that ever, the 1
Ilt! Gonzalez' Cigar's.i doet5novRoWiand i SoctSnov : invitations sent toutby greeted pastor was
: t'- ,Miss l\lu Pinclerildaiiffhter'df Ce- the Florida,East Coast Railway! Company present. :Two joined the,church'' on, to _
Thaxter professor of botany f Pindetvof i at lIn be Key and to, the launching of1 the new probation'and<< onfi'by letter. f \
Many Minor ( Miami in the : Miss
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DiallersModestly aiHaryardlUniyersSty, was ;/ Julia S\ith; West; two steamer. Aliami, one ot\ which ,is, acknowledged Just received some handsome bicycles. \..
;. : city last week lie is collecting speciymens. very attractive )ungadtE's.|\ are' visitIng > in our editorial columns 1 \
\ M boned in this 'vicinity and will proba 1 \ .- Prices $40 and $50, sold .at.,. $L5o- I
'; handsome '
Mrs. :c9terlyiiorBuena.Vjsta.They are indeed. The inVItation
; very ; and $2.50. .weekly, The '
\ i i > if remain for several weeks ,/ payments. ;
bly ; i .will remain a ,nt the last o'f nextmonth. is a neatly engraved epistle and Miami Cycle l Co., '. 7'-1'--
,1 We are always 'tyla..I''fo receive reports Have your. wheels repaired by/The l The young ladies'took, a pleas embellished with an embossed flag '
:\of 'any society eremft, church or lodge Miami''Cyc1eCo.l.] ant boating trip dowhvthe Bay last esign/ Tb stars and stripes and the \.. A large congregation was present at ..
f' : meetings \anniversaries,,, celebrations, A telegram to he :METROPOLIS from Wednesday;' and spent! khe day' in" this English flag; are diagonally crossed the Catholic church last Sunday morning :
I, t{ 1banqwets. etc. Snct,
of a'private nature and the attendance paper. annotincep, the arrisiil/last..night ,A large stock'otbie( clef frtr sale on the pennant of the Miami, the' colors impressiveceremony; of bles- I.

l+ iltmited members\ only or at the family residence at/Titusville, easy, payments., I The, Jiami Cyu'Ie Co.TieePresident being blue and. white in diamond sing-tbe-new-... Rt. Ber. ,Bishop, '
invited guests..', 'Hrnce the )METROPOLIS of a fine boy. All are doing well. napes. i' Moore of Augustine officiated, assisted ; ti

r-, ": : representative is- always able to report -: .. Wheels-, enameled i equal to new, atThe J:.R. arrott, of the The largest! and; most complete JinoC by Father Fontain. The sacred ,.
F. E. C. n..n..l1as rvtKortli irned from' the
IUCh'c.curre.ke... If. the edifice{was profusely decorated with
secretary Miami ]Co8vThe men's bat ever brought sooth of
: of.such 'meetings or any'other'.penon'l niembijrs Cycle Order, !and came;,down 19 Miami on,his' Jacksonville: have just-been received at lowers, rare: potted 'plants;' cocoanut o G
'w '\ of tie of Railway private car Wednesday )tilght.aecom- trees and choice palms; while the bell
furnishes U'ithrePort it : John '' i .
Sewell &, Co.'e. Call and see ..
the division
Trackmen of of
t-. ;appreciated only'by us but ,trill be i the panied by Superintendents R. ,T. Goff hem. ', 8oct-tf itself was literaily'covered.wlth bios- ,
1 ,read with interest! bzI'our.' local"subSerf East Coast road between St. Liicie and and E. B. Carter, and Thursday soma and leaves: With solemn rites '
t bens. Miami;!;held' their .regular\: monthly: ..looking after' connected Col. Henry |A. Howe,returnee! from be bell was dedicated by the Bishop' to
business meeting'at Riverview ,;Hall in ,with the road., Sr'n *' returned Key West this ,week,bringing With him the service of God and the church. The
1< ''cfenta bicycle from The" iam'i.c" I this city!last Sunday. ; '1'y'beI".en to'' St. Augustine! on Iraorning'strain. \ a decorticating machine and' a (quantity [iiartet choir consisting'of Mrs. J: B. r

J ; neled equal 'to hew at .- \ i r of Sanseveria leaves. Power was teilly; L. Gonzalez,'Fred .Rutter and,
: Mr.' ''Ed. Hall has returned to the II The Miami Cycle to.'s. A large stock of bicycles l for' ute''on obtained from 1 lie/engine at Oliver's Geo. Wallace,* rendered' Some- very

; ci ty. H7. I The itflion CongregatlonalVlpliurcli' easy payments. The M?ami\; Cycle"Co. mills and in the leaves were strlpped'resultiug choice [music and Bishop_ Moore ",'
fibre which
i.4 1. Rent'a: bicycle frab the Miami Cycle will hold,public services, in the River a splendid had preached an eloquent and practical ser-
I :Invitations arc., oat forth| marriageof he appearance! of fine hemp, and very "
non on- The Elements ofFalth. .The
Co. : 11 \ .
] i i View Hotel on next Sunday at '
a. m.
I"ucy'dau hh. -MrJand'MrSiC.\ .A.Robiiison strong. .Mr.-If left for the north r
: : owe bell this
was week in its
\ ,Dr. t>. I Jones of Hampton and 7 V m., rondut ted 'by RevJkmeslolton. placed1 proper
: Fla.; : of Eden, Fla.J to F. O. WilainsbCocoahut for the purpose'of experimenting upon, position in the belfry of the church
J ape is yesterday' in the city; ., i All j are !cordially invited.' : ,. li Grove]j' The event the weaving the fibre.. He 8&1&that ,
t:'!< nt",bicycle! from i The1IiamiCfcte} ilverybody' wfelcome..' \ will take place at the residence of the there is a vast: fortune in its culture 'No-rJ( E.Ware.'in a position to :da':
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I ,,Co'.R." C ; "l I 'drew; 'stock "'pf crockery: at N lson' bride's parents at Ederijon ifoyem'ber and that within a y far there will be the most difficult work reasonable r

I "\ ,Misses MandKnapp: and Ella v Sw'eet- 'irniturelstore. ., ',29oct-2t] 10th, 1897.' Mr..lliiliamawaslformerly; ; X,000 ;,acres' rtit; panted jn this sec' price All'work..guaranteed. at.,The'

ing, of Elliott's Key, spent'Jast; Sum Reca11, E. Stant6npf-. moul.Clty' ; ''assistant picket,"ent'of' the< Florida tion.Don't! / :i Miami Cycle Co/s. '

., 'day and,Monday: ;in Miami.i ;\; ;)1. \r' preaebeilfca' large f tongrt'gatioD'bolb East Coast, :Rail;ar-'jji tWs! city, but isnow send your money off for, bicycles William A. Bates: and Minnie'B.
i. -,Rent bicycle frodhTheMiamJCypIeCo morning nd.je tlJtng. last Sondayr the.ageutat3Rlusvijre.! : v ;" we can sell yon cheaper here. Turnagg,were joined in the holy bondsof
"'". j *, ; Both sermbnswere full of, pointed; Furniture on the instal thent plan at The Miami-Cycle Co / '*.. wedlock last Sunday evening at the .

."Ja1anchexaad- ,y.6rrin"Alexander' "V ; /r' practical.'truths;'and' up to the/ ;usual. 'Nelson's: furniture store., > 4 t-2t" Owing to":the Jar Grease: !' in"the Floating, Palace "Rockledge" by Rev

were in'Miami yesterday 'on tbeir way high standard- br excellence. \\[ M. Brown, Esq., president of."the attendance of: pupi s/at 'the' public W.EStantonofLemon City; -About 25or'30

'from Key'West Charleston, S. C. '' Wheels enameled equal' t'o new, at Bank.:.oft Bay Biscayne, Airs. 'Brown, school, |it has bt't'n'c and necessary tlace..desks 'persons witnessed the ceremony r
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> The Miami Cycle Co'.fs. MasterxMark, and Miss Louise; Brown; > in the / IPPt"r-l1art of the flie young bride was dressed'' in a simple

:. Rent, a bicycle fromjheMIenCycle! , .ReY.O,- AVSalinders, presiding elder ,returnedxto Titusville! fro t th ir sum: Miilding,and secure/ilie! 1! \ of,"an' yet lovely,\white costume and pre- .

ug'er of theM. R::Church South, is,expected, mer outilast Mondai.\\j They came other teacher. +s has been formed xented a bewitching picture of grace a
Bernice. the IitUe: of'MrBillinge'of next weeks and.;.will] hold services: at via. the Clytle. ... : ; Brown arrived of the medium grade scholars) and last and happiness. The groom wore. the :

Lemon City, iveryin. Dr. Lemon City, ont) the 3d, at Cutler, on in this City: Wedriesday! night and: Vviineiiday Mrijj:( lit titer sot: Oviedo! ; conventional black. The bridesmaids'
i.Jack8on,'Jr'!, of this_cityis;: attending the 5th, at pocoanut jGrove on 'Saturday was busy yesterday shaking,hands with } !3., a, ump >'her. duties hai,teacher, Misses; Pearl Cuthbert and Bonnie'Lovett '.
[her, ::7 V ., night and Sunday*, the eth-and 7th his many triend"'who are glad, ;ito. see, ilrs. Hunter i/the sister of Mrs. C 'pt.. also wore elegant, dresses" of '. '

{Rent'a. bicycle from The Miami Cycle ofNovember.,_ .. ., >i l I : .- his pleasant face\again. ij.:|- i Weatherly of fills' city, and bears'the pare whiteJ The,grooms'best men were i iSlessrs.
':.Co.- / | ; : ,' Wheels. enameled\ equal I to new at A large stock ofv bicycle i I'*+' for' ale 'on eptitatioti, of being:an accomplishediistrnctress. .- Ernest 'Turnage',and brother;
After the
'Have,your,wheels1 r rpaired"bY TheMiami The Miami ycl p'O.'SI. ., easy' >aYOl nts. The Atianm,i Cycle Co She comes with excel.. served ceremony the a pleasant repastwas
to _
lent recommendations from Prof.J. X. guests; consisting! ,
Cycle Cdy ''t ,. .Honi ;sending and'Mrs. Pith,who GRANI HaLLOW, E'ErEuT i RIrAI MEN'tf:. Cheats, tate':Superint ndent of Public light refreshments. The happy couple,,
U. 'Si, Boiler'inspectors'Vogel: and have been, the summer atjOr-; Gltfll by the Miami jlub Instru for'alit( others flicials.tiVe will make their home in'Miami permanently -
: Spencer were in the city yesterday; int mond Florida "returned to their beautiful In the Casino of the Miatiti lfotel' know' unlt'S9YrJBatt'1'! who'is', in the t
,.p- 'tin'gbe boilers ,of, the steamer Lake'tWorth; borne'last Saturday.Mr. Saturday Night, Octobe aoih, 'V / ' how to. mend puncturescorrectly'f employ of the F.-E.: C;'Ry.,: should be
J ,Santa L! cia.j l I 1t Pitts isjchairmanTof our Hoard 'of admission, 15fCenita. I Try' ,us. We charge less ,transferred'to some other point. The'
;j t t Have/yo'iir wheels repaired""by The Bounty,Commissioners! ,;which'' honorable Fairies, #goblins: a weird\ ortu e'tel than amateurs. The 1 Miami< Cycle- Cow METROPOLIS: extends its' .heartiest congratulations

Miami.Cycle, Co. [ '\---t'r ft position lie bas .occupied for more, er.many {I curious Hallow ,..E'en. costuniesdeiiciousrefreshmei :- '; '/The Jacksonville ,Metropolis: save to the newly-wedded pair :x: '
t,Work'was commenced this'week on than flve'yearspst. \ "" I ."gay music that the rumor that G' pt. James Me: and wishes I for them a long lifeof

the' residence of;; Mrs}' Sue, .Btadle')' 1 Wheels enameled equal to new. ,at I f ', a delightful danre will beXthe' feaures Kay will soon tender.h s resignation prosperity. ,* :
CycleCo.'sl ':,. -Miami If otelVlIal :E'en''Sat/ fs false. Captain McKay's term of office t : "
Johnson the corner 1fJ 13th street ThieJIiami :
[ We push our ..business, and push in
80th. \ ;
urday October 11': H as United States' Marshal for the
,atid *
Avenue:: .. |\ ; "iB.'WStenning i of Vermont is ,' the right direction!and then we can ,
A large stock, .bicycles:, for 'sal'on Southern pistrict of 'FI rids does, not
Have' your'wheels pair-ea', ,The spending this wet 1dh he cityand has sell a wheel 2.O -
i rt by . you for $1.50 or. .$ a'
The I ? expire until October 12, 1898, and he'has
Miami Cycle Co. ] | been lookingat': some I lands in the yl- easy payments. MiamiLGycIeQoTlie , "- week, The Miami Co._ *
Cycle
> Miss WJliiamannaiVeatherford time and againsaid: that he inten., .
cinity witb'tbe idea'of locating here. marriage of. .
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., v. J.. A. lowland passed through \ of Buena Fist ded.to serte'out.his his terml if' allowed, to i l'i rKnights m t ,
He is troubled with affection \ -
a slight lung tp/Harrj;
the city this week his : ,Lemon ,
to
on way and is determined '' EJruceof Cocoanuti rove is 'n ouncedtotakeplace do so by the present a ministration. of Pythias. r -i1 "
; to ,
Cjty, where:: he holds a Series of'evangelistic := get away There is, ',in fact, qo. eliance, to be
next SundayOctfiber31st'; '
'rom'the
rigorouswinter! weather pf ] Notice is'l hereby given
meetings. $' that Bay Bis.caynelodgeNo.3lKnights'ofPythias-
the; north andsettle\ J I' land of sunshine at the! home' of the young lady. The placed in the!" report that. he: will assume '
Have, yoiir'wheels repaired ([by'The has / command of } ,be- ,
prospective groom jU.:1 eteda
and flowers. 1 ,
1 ; omp will'-bold .
? Miamii\and a .meeting tonight at:7.30;
,
Miami.Cycle Co., 1. jV "c ing built ( the Nassau ,
Sewing machines haudsome cottage'atCnc\ : (>anut Grove. \ pr. kin the hall. .
'eas :
% on I ,
.*M. BrariJrf Kissimmee,'Fla., paymentsat'iNelson's The cosy nest has been thoroughlyjurnished Steamship ;Line, which [will go. into.. ; .
who'npw: has,*,valuable,farm near New ,fuk-niture storeatiqcat', i a dafter "the yi-eremony the 8 rvicf about! January J, 1898. i '. ,
Ourband bo jsarema iDg rapid p. ; i. a 6.:P.All ., '
River, was registered at; the.'HotelConqljy progress happy pairsconced jwill b mfortably (en- We are offering ;some big"bargainsin ..
; ' this \ : .,-.' toward proficiency( The diligent therein; ' ,f J ', bikeS,' on little j payments, 3 to 9 members of the Independent Or'.

Elave'yoar': wheelarep; ired. by The. effect practicing the redoing thorn1 is having its Pants guards, !; pumps' loc; months'; time, at The Miami Cycle CO'8 der of Odd Fellows who are interested
.making quite accomplished in the organization of in",this
,Miami Cycle Co. : patching robber :', belts U25c, :; and demurrers lodge
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> |r musicians.They play well together (The in the case of the city are requested to meet at the officeof
Father, Fontain of the Catholic I and their;harmonious.strains. 50c. The Miami PI fe.Cu. .' t 4 \ 'American Contract and Finance i Company 'Scott) &. Broome next'Wednesday '

,churchj ventup to Palm' Beach, thismornug.and borne upon the night air to the ears pi James Fur of J\,orfolk, ya..,'who and others vs.\the Perrinc'heirs, night;at, 0qcloekJ" :;/ .-* : *- :
; wilLhoId':services.. :.there, those in the neighborhood the practice \ came to Florida for tire purpospecting .t; of .\in- Florida East Coast Railway-Co., and ,a \ ,_.'
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tomorrow,"and Sunday i .t' hall is !delightfully| |weft.} ' som bridge work .a ong' the host of settlers nvol\19 '''the'Pe; 'rine '

,' llave your wheel repairet 'i'by The ':'A,large stock, of i bicycles, for sale'oneasypaypients4 -t l line of the E/,st 'Coa Railw y,, came Grant, will be argued at 0 lando", Fla, Lkunch for Sale Che* p.,
Mlimi ,Cycle Col:: | : '" sThf Miami Cycle I Co; down to tl/ei I city y sferday In Vice next }Friday, November' 15tb, Before The launch Edith R, bow in charge'of ,
:, -. President Parrott'Sr vate,car., Mr Judge.Brobrae. The complainants will S. H. Richmond, at Cutler. In good {
"Harry is having of
Tuttle four '
fineet'lots! on'the ,bay front} cleared the i Mrs: Frank 'T. .Budge] and children Fox, 'ha;t/b, eti. unable to ac ompUsh ,bed represented by .J.Y,1(. Day, Jr., of condition', very light draught, large": x
witb"theldea up, II are ,still at Ti usvile where they will aiiythjngyet'onaccpunt, of t e- highwaterand Jacksonville\, and' the de endants by .carrying capacity, good-sea boat, sailboat , +
presumably, of erecting, a ( remain for a. week'or*ol. bl r. Frank has been putting,in his time Judge H.JJBakeriof, Fern ndina, and model; built to order of best'materials 4''
'ha> dsbme residence thereon. T.:Badge will Wave '..ror') itusvllle in a' pleasantly at \jst.\ :Augustine a ,dl'almtriarch Robbins &..qaaham.Uth\ demurrers Will sell yvery cheap "Apply) to

: :'Have' your,wheels'Tepalred ,by The day or two., Young Frank 1 is develop Beach, and waiting, like the p .. are'sustained by Judge come" that ROB JlXg <&: GflAHAir,. 'iliami, Florida

tMiami ) .' : log rapidly and-will! poon be 'almost as of, old, for;the*waters to,subsid ',. will make 'an end Q Set if'.they, ortS: 11 RICHMOND, Cutler 'l00t- f -

-Prof, genii/represetitinak tliej large as Master John :Budge; wbo, by onzaiez',Miami Boom;Roy I JClnb, are (\;npt 'sus ainedHHen; th litigationwill : 1 '

lar;musical house of A. :B-pam Porn- ,the way, is the! bright: ung.: son ofMr. Belle of Miami and Everglade cookers proceed and probably"continue, for I, ,; Eel able'Seeds:_ Jf
... Jarkson'ville,' wasih the-city on ,Wednesday and Mrs. Hj Ci Bndgd.A ... are sold ,by all':dealers. Ask: f r them. a long time to' come.r j\: t am handling: W Livingston

I ; ;in the'int'erestsbf! ;his,firm'!, large'stock of:bihc1'' \ for sale on' ',: ,\ Soctonov: I Each wbee) our renti g livery is Sons'newlcrop needs! and,keep them In

Have your: wheels 1 The easy payments" |TheMiami| i Cycle Ca,; Fred Pope, ''a deaf and'dumb!; .bot.wb new; and in perfect order. A trial will 'balk Sold at catalogue prices Send,
1epared' for
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youl The\ Miami Co. Livingston's fall catalogue for '
and who left convince Cycle gar
Miami iscayhewl'canine se parents'fesidebere,
: (Cycle CovB. .t The steamer $ ed deners., :| JAMZS: ,A. PIXK, .
i Perkins abd.wife of Newi/ersey remain at her dock ror tf"d days this here some'time'aco, o to' attend school at Rev.' E. V: Blackman, ofitheMetho- al3-tf PostmasterC-ocoannt Grove;,
the State,Institution for the Deafi and dist,church, preached,a powerful sermon ""' "
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: week I
arrived.in the city last Monday nlgbt..Mr. :, on account of'a, break, in |Itheabaft'ng'of'oneof -'- -
Dumb, at St. Augustine, will graduate last Sunday morning pn'Churcb:
'
Ferkins.fs holding the ol her Jt/wa
position
\pumps. in the in first He ';L e'Word Front For
the graduating made practiAcal Sale.
some
'" spring : ry
night operator at the rail way depot.Hkteyour : / necessary to send it to St. Augustine '
; for"I repairs. plece| 'ofj nuicbiner class 'of thatCchool. Fred had made suggestions to tbe'memb rs on the % Twenty-ight ,acrep, situate .twp'rijiJeaaonthbt ,
,wheels- repaired- by The. arrived i on Wedn The sd 'ni t nd it wa; rapid progress since be'has .been at the necessity obtaining temple of worship West Pal lm Beach,in &ctiClD 3, =

.Miami. Cycle Co: j ' : soon put in place }land l the ,steamer immediately = institutionand besides advancing{considerably for their Increasing congregation,...' t\ o1fn8bjI'4t,South pf Range 43 East. ,.. '
: in the studiesbar the nece 'variousplans _
regular sacrifices s .an4
ry Price 830 per acre.
bur
L, Wolfe, enterprising merchant left for,JC 'rYgr. r :
become quite.pr06e nt, in the arts of for completing'it.'Ittdglng bytbe ;:''"2-18-tf -$*?' \BonancsFine & GRAHAM.
j '
tailor this weekto
took a/trip Key ?
West the :echooner "New yenieeJ? -Bros.* ;S'pecikl Formula l printing photography.:: He isone;; interest manifested,It,will_ not ,be I v' .
on Fertilizer fortomatoestU ed by E; C. of the printers on the Instit6te Herald, many.months before the,edifice will be Cow for"Sale.:1;
| is back tomorrow
He expected night. Gaunt S. A. Belcher tipp ncottBros. sheet issued erected ,The foundations 'fine ,
; a very creditable monthly: are, already 1 A cow f sale; Jersey and
For feale i cheap-a. medium-sized mole and'others with'excellent'results.- 'At from the school :We, understand he is laid/ on<.their lot'and several .of the-; half Ho stein breed,with'Tcalf,:: three,

'7 oung;|!,and sound, |Apply: to D. ,E. 1hami.$24 a ton. '{Terms cash.! ,,' , : learning to talkand': distinguish, words. members ha, ''been working hard to days old.\; Enquire 'W. P. Hatcbett.s .. i

', oon Ti.1l.iamI.' .,F1ae 3 '=10-cep t1t lost-nor-f: |,\' .1' Jo: Ellis., ,. quite., readily; \i -:: 'l( ",secure! ,;be nec'aarr'"means ,{for th Miami 'Fla. '. " !2:8J: "
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2 _'__ .h_..__ THE MIAMI METROPOLIS; .. OCT. :29, 1897.i : ,

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, :i.,, CULTURE C the value of \'their 'crop; fur' 'with tqto..the. domestic( method, and is allowedto '. '
OF TOBCO
____ ..li" bncoo much' depends on a rapid' grow as tall as it; will.' The leaves'are F.C1 &P1R.R1

J growth I and" those I who' advance thegrowth taken off separately as I they | ,
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bh professionsGKO
'. ; are ;able, to secure ai j leaf of a '.'ripen." This process is called >rim-

It1;Has Been'Demonstrated That It Is much finer testate, and flavors/ .,ing," and the (leaves thus pulled are Shortest"Line Between.Florida and'all .

.; aiPaying Whayihese people/did/ for their first generally strung with a needle and I'I I" f Hortnern P 0 I n,.... ."
Crop.
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i crops they hake enlarged and perfected 'twine and are hung up to dry' !; Everett, Savannah Augusta Ga-,. Co.

; -" a*I they ;increased their' acreage.They 1 The Cuban process is quite'different.They I lombia, Washington,' Baltimore,

II. RQB}S4". W At.TFB'S. OBAHAJROBB1NS FT.,MIADl OROWXRd) HAVS FINE CROPS.Waal now. spray. a4| every /sixty feet, do knot\ ', as a ;,rule, allow their I Philadelphia \New York, 0I

and they have large tank* with a capi to Boston. and the. .
!I. grow higher, than thirty inch9 i
: & GRAHAM CO. i '\ j i' '. parity' .of 25,000( gallons; ejected at intervals r I or three feet. .They'regnlalethtsbyatching I' ErercttM1Pen East' Atlanta, r

.
,, They Have Done Will Be Dnp'icatad in / so/as/ ;
over, their/farm// to enable W the plant when it (11\ young, i Nashville. Lolllnllle.ctut'laDatilUld Chicago -.:
.A.ttorneys-a.t-L..a."W' NMany; PUceS-Th* Extent and Value them to use / i Everett. Birmingham Holly tarings, Kent'phis.
from thetank and
: thepressure as soon as ten or',twelve paves de- Little Bock, KanaasCltySLLobia. Chic,-
r \ of,tbe Indoitrrw, &. directjy' .(;o, Sioux City. : .
'
.or from the They ill '
pump. elop on they<< "top off the: bud ando
MIAMI, DADE, COUNTY, FLORIDA River Junction,Pensacnta. Mobile, New.Or-
1 II have 'stetted several w rehouses on not alow! any other 1@ItVf'r i to leans TexsKK Mexico, California and the Ps l"EFFECTIVE -
: grow
.
tVill prartlreln all courts, State and F eral'SPfi'lal < d c.
i; facilities for examining perfecting.;. I r- EARTNGontlieh their farm, ants /'which' he tobacco is: They claim that in this: way they divert MAY 10. 1897. t.

I' Laud Titles. We have tbe only completes token when flat //nf, and here.it is putthroug'.i the: sap which would have gone Niw YoBK EXPBESS No. 38., Leave JarkMnvillett .. '
I abi'rart/hoots'/ covering South Dade county! tobacco, industry :l':'>> .. m., .ith Through hUman Mdep-
and receive dally report from the Clerk orthe (the pol 1-curing process. I into the tP'to the top ll" vt"Sof the ers for navannah.Colambla. Washington.
Circuit Court at Juno showing all land ',., \., and its' remarkable timore, b'o
From these houses and all
transfer .All the certified Abstract Title I : i taketr:! , after being plant snd bus they are ably to have allan point,. connects for Fvrnandioa. Eastera

y for South DaJetConnty'" are made. at our Miami. ', I deelopmentas thcronghly dried, to the central the leaves 1 the plant mature at the I. rrmlu Xo.S7 reaches Jacksonville 9:0 p. m'JrJI. '.
office
/ Hr.hl. 'as a r:e m i/nera-- its is '. NEWnnit KAVT MAIL No. So, Leave Jack..
: curing house. !nhere !
t. 4 "phoned same time ant accordingly they cutstalk.down IOU llIe 1AJO: f m,,daily for same points north
: tlve crop, writer "bitun ilM, ono baled all Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New '
'
selected according the entire
at one' cutting, York.,, Return No. Uarives
QEO".A.WORJ-EY. | JseksonvUle 9 19
; 1' ; from) Tampa n' to the!; Cuban I method, and dividing it into sections of two leaves 5.111.CIMcIxNAT1ASDJACxselrfLLn. .
z' I .A.ttQm.att..a.'W". -;' the Atlanta Constitution No.38, Leave
> then it is for tire market. I .7!
readj] each'hang ing. these over poles from Jacksonville 7:u> p. mw tla Cverett, Macon
General practice in stale And Federal Court gives
:( Atlanta Chattanooga
'' Connect*for Louisville,
AU business. entrusted.will retelve-prompt ate S the fr following in-' Fully 300 Cubans are 'located at Ft. e I Ight to'fifteen feet long in which condition Ns.!St. Louts,Chicago slid all Northern

tention. Agent for Meade, and the col'onlli, constantly theyigo through the polecuringprocess. l and western points. Returning train arrive
.Y.I Jiekaonrille II 10. ','
GEBUANIA, LIFE 'INSURANCE COMPANY descrip-, : m. .'
f\I of New York. terestnijf growing. A Cuban afore has been lately : I ASHKVIU.K ROPTC,Through Pullman Sleep'
f I i' ( finis of the tobacco industry i '! ing Car service for ClDC'iJmat1..la
Li', All kind* of fife']K>)lcies written. Oak over Thel wonderful strides made the ,started tht>rt"af.d.i:, i .iajeriously threatening Plant.. City, /Hillsbom/ county, ColambU. Abevllle, Hot springs. Savannah Knoxville

i f. .podoatee.. iioct.hs.yr by the very existence of the raised, a I cry c editable! crop I ''lastspring North through celebrated MouoUfa Country of '
: carolina. Leave
: tobacco industry in Florida during the Jacksonville 7:00: .m.*
,! T.1LUAM( ATOTT 'OORDOV R. BROOMK fail older American'1' establishments l there.Besides and wilt double. oats this fall.There Arrives Cincinnati 7:40 a. m,,, Returning; II"- i
past two cannot to attract dives Jacksonville .
I0a.nu
years .. .
I tobacco, the I company is rais- were about fifty acres and the ?
SCOTT, ,& BROOME, universal attention, and jet the work i-* Only Hue through. the beautiful bill country '

i. Attorneys-at-Laws. : ;. but |nits; infancy. I! inganumber ofivegetabl j ,, : indigenousto crop ,sold at the average price of forty of Bar LtddleFlorida, leaveJacksonvilke:15a.m.byNo.2lally, Pensacola. and Escainbia f. "
Cuba and are remarkably cents a nd for City Live Oak,
NOTARY they doing po which hu''gr..atly encouraged Madison Honticello,
PUBLIC IN OFFICEWI1llf3Ctl..t Two waR no tobacco Tallahassee, River
years ago there Junction Pensacola, Mo
> In *U State and Federal. Court. the well. lIt : th m. They can raise, on one bile, New Orleans, and the southwest Mexico.
in this of State to
Collections promptly attended to. grown part is an about 7X anal California and tbe Pacific Coast. Carries Bleep
interesting flIght to watch acre )
pOUbc1 they can
t 4>*.FiiK OVKR BASK.OF'BAY BICAVNK, :: ;amount to anything-in fact, all of It \ era. Return No. 1 asriver. at Jackaoorille 7.58 '
II-June 97 tf the Cuban workmen in the:fields:! using makes two year onjtheir( land. L m. .
- could
have beer, put into an.ordinary Leaves Jacksonville ':15 a. m. for Btarke,
their machetes with the! greatest dexterity Were;they to ; $.> cents a pound Hawthorne ttilver SpringOcala, Gainesville.

4 1 i..SAS !:"!''I H. F. ATK1NHON ,burnt; while nriw, large new buildings .i in clearing' thel,land, and it trastonishing they would >ji+>0 a year from an A Cedar popka,Key Orlando ttlldwood., Leesburg.' Tavares,
are constantly being 1 erected to receive Lacooebee, Dad City,Plant
to Are what they can do acre and ha op1a that 'they.could City Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4 1&p. m.

I SANDERS; & ATKINSON, the arms fapidly/increasing are, clearing crop hundreds'of, and the!' with one well directed blow from this keep, until, t a market for i it- NasliYlIle Route-Throng.PuHmin)Sleepers ,

{ f f'j ttomand I Counselors t at Lat up combined weapon and farm implement. one that w' i spoil (like truck VU'Everett, Mscon, Atlanta.Chattanooga.
) !acres of lend for the new {staple crop, Leave Jacksonville 7:00 p. m.. arrive Maahvllleloo -
whicii+ They walk the I streets_of :Ft. Meade produce or oranges. They can find neztpm. f
office I.R Boom rand 2, promises; _to them no uncertainteturns'like Leave Nashville t-00
': with their machetes at their side and nothing safer a.m..arrlve Jackson.
i : BroMU. Urlck Building, the of or that will give them a or ville a:10 next. m.
I t customary crop, oust I can set on' the hotel veranda a more pro table' crop than tobacco, 8:13: a.mJ-Leaves.JaekaonvUle for Brunswick ;

MIAMI. 1 I angesor truck produce I late'in'!, the afternoon lan'+i almost believe even at these l low I conservative;!, figures. Cumberland- by the Sound.Cumberland Route steamer and. '.-

: Kafiy in the fall of: 1893 the presTTnthis himself she 4:00 p. -i-Local for Everett.; crete
in Cuba workmencome connec
r Robert R. Taylor / of the state began the gas Bartow, i in folk county1, was thecentre trop !or Brunswick, Hbortest ;and qnickeit t
part -
agitation front the wide- of route.
[trmj wearing a spring crop of about one .
p. : . At1orney-a.t7La.w. ; ;. of tobacco as a crop, and Capt. E. brimmed! sombreros and their machetes hundred acreL. 'This place has devisedan mediate 5:00: p.points mJ-Looal Arrive for Tallahassee iaeksonvlllell3p.m.Pad inter .

; ... f 1 \ 'MIAMI, .FLORIDA. Alonzo Cordery, of Fort (Meade, taking and keeping up an incessantfchatter in Ingenious phin l to attract parties in points.940! p.Pullman in--for Tampa and I Intermediate }
sleepers. Arrive Jacksonville
l Office on' 14th street, nextWataon'a j a practical view of the matter, associated Spanish. terested to a culture. By dint,of ?:33 a. mThrough t'

r Hardware store. / himself with several Cuban The success ofjthe\ deepen. for Cincinnati via Ash-
;colony "startedthe hard work the people have j succeeded Title leave! at 4Aop.mX arrives
t 1-8-tf reTugees, who were well versed i in the ball "" tile A Asheville p. m..arrives ClnPinnatlt7e0am. f
: a-rollmg, and: the tobacco in securing use of ,all, vacant, town For if :
aeon Atlanta two tf sins G
daily.
i culture ave ,
and of it!is
A.. R. :Simmons /J Jj curing the weed as f ever began to permeate, this entire lots, and re now being"planted Jacksonville tJ15a.ni. and 7:00 p. m. r
/ done in. the famous Vuelta ,Abajo Hummer rates to eseunlonpolDUlDelfecl, '
: country.( Other' \.localities were nolong t with > theISt' Bartow is considered to June l uPullman -- .

.. .. o...Attoniey-I; '-: :. .w tobacco growing district;. of Cuba. to take up the work',''and thus one be the town in South Flor Sleepers on all nlgbt trains.
Theset gentlemen n be, took'out to visit EVSen4 forDestIndexedTownshipMapof r
\
; place after another fell in1 with the tobacco ida;as! phosphate was spread liberally Florida
.
f' :COCOANUT OBOVK, FLAT the fertile lands in the Vicinity of > t. very .A.JO MACOONNELU
General .
procesllonntt1 now one bears : the streets some Wars Paaaenirer Agsnt.NS.
,
: i \ ; ;war ago '
lomc. in Polk county, and the result .PENNINGTON..
1 at Resldenrel l dJ-hi Meade ,
tobacco
'. nothing but jtalked. in the It is the of the] of .
.
now Trafflfl
.1 I "" was that there Is',toijay.std t\\ that.place' { purpose people' ManayerD.bW.
-- towns,; in the country and on the this prosperous town to take 'visitorsContiiiued
:4 ' I\ W- Allen( 1. probably' the largest Cuban tobacco trains ''Those I who at I \ 1 .
tI 'I ; '" farm:ill the world.in i ,I [first looked [ on page! } I MERRITT'
askance at the new venture 'now have
F : i .A..ttQmey". atw: : .; [ December, 1895; the [first of the, their 1 1 j r-r 1 ,
cast
j L ri Cubanjjcolony: their'resideuat i doubts to the winds and are i, Notice} for Publication.. Contractor-
a KET'WE" up e
,. FLA.,. : planting Florida's latest money orrick I
crop. LSP .
'
AT Otxe.vtLtFtr.. r '
<< that and few Tear's
on ?
place, day ,
1'
\Will practice to all.the.C.fD State and, Tobacco cannot be said to be a new :September<< 13, 131 I f "'
the people of, that section for mil s State, Notice/ ;i* berebyj given that the 1 i following- \l --AwD--- I
staple for this because ,
: l 9-tr. ,
Y
i Federsk arll.a&'o
;\ ; j' around i I assembled in an oak, grove on named settler h.s filed notice of hiT Intention, t '
.fine Builder
a and much leaf '
the .banks! of ,the Peace River to 'welcome very sought was to make'Dal proof In support of Ills clilm,and ( .ec '

.J / S. Mills' fowler," M. D.lOIffiOPATHlST. ,. the newcomers. For several days' raised here, and the farmers who followed hat ''sld proof will 6e made before 1 Jno- B.Rellly '

its culture' were doing so profitably United Stat s Pommlmiouer/ ] ;'Miami, ., l' Give chance ..,
1/: ( previously: preparations had been gingforard but the "linplri9a ltness'a Florida,"'no :October.30, 1897,. ;Tlzj John 0. S >
'
I ;
occurred
: I for an old-fashioned barbecue ' Rogers of Coooanutj'lrove, Florid. Homestead \ to figure on: your
most cither
and this l like(
"' : 13tG'streetneai' ; Agenaee B ,and on the eventful day prominent crops, 92197 for the Bout e -quarter of.section 30, Mnt. building..
!
I r f ciiizens of Polk countylwelcomedthe was neglected. It not being absolutely I township MontUj range 41 east.'

Chronic. Diseases a specialty. . j Cubans In their' midst in[their necessary 'to ,lifethe,,!! few buys and Ho..names !be'following witnesses to prove, Refer to Hr Julia D. Tuttle, F'-T., ,

).,. ..1 \ I I" 27angtfDr. best women whd remained at hdme 'tl akecare' his continuous residence npon and cultivation. Budge. said 'Bank of Bay Biscayne. it
:oriltorypl\ and in turn the country. folk onald laud Tltl i f I t. c -
r Jas. M. :Jadkson Jr.: of the farm did not grow it, aqd John Cocoanut (iron
Iw.e confounded with afor t, speech Fir '
i. 1 inithe jSpanish!} tongue, which watranslated the Germaii buyers, who :' looked to Adam or Cocoannt.Oiove, Fir: : (Wanted i

!. MIAMI]. | Florida for their. finest wrappers, found Bebr,IBlnrOP't tCneanntorotFir: ' MiR. '
f I for them. It/was great Boarders at .' W. Boyef's!! ,
Grovi"
I i ; FLORIDA, day foi.lal1 those who assembled and themselves i a dilemma., Tlieir next R. A. of f Cocoanut'Placa ",Fla. south side'of '13th street,. second door e
2tsept t.M. .Register.! '
-
I Office at Preaent- t ;I'f' I- opeuiag move was to kecure' a large.quantity of : 'east of Avenue C. Rates reasonable. 4
the of of for
I' an era prosperity \\I '
STORE.
TOWNLEY. BROW DRUG. : Florida tobacco seed and send i t over ,
: 1 J that'section. '
__4 { I 'I
.. T-. :- : to the island, Jf Sumatra: German! possession -
: Curing tbe month of January
\
preparation
;4 DR. H.E.. CHAFER\, p : aril hence'the!' i origin of the

K Y :' t ''s', bEN'IS't'. >f were begun, for setting the I finely textured -Sumatra leaf that is Floripa East Coast
Ry.
first Ida
:: : : : experimental crops, j period '
t . of anxiety' ensued. They pla ted theirseei : being imported into this country today. .

-t ,0th\:. ':iD 'Ba-lersOD Block_ northeast_ d ,,beds 'in different grades of soil What a rerolutioll took from Florida -I f \TIm. Table Nw d->O.rr..&e4 *. JIi.. 8, 19T... .

cornet Avenue D.and 13th street' a revolution bas now returned'after' a
and sowed seeds at jntervals i !
their
i ; i\ , 19tfJ' they : SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (BMdCp).
\
.
lapse of about 'l Tobacco
ars\\
\ of:a fewjdays l so they could be able to forty' o 0-111 obA STATIO. 0 1 No 12

t o1in S .Frederick aecerta'IU* what nature of soil was best culture was entirely forgotten, in this :::::: VM ..!... TU\D LY.--: .JacItloDYiu..Ar. 6 -.... ...... ......
*. .: . tor-tbe aDd.alo''WI State, with a ref v exceptions, after the ... lOb I..... 'lap....... Ar..St.: Aogn.trne..4..Lr. II .:.... t ..'.... ....._ ,
suited crop, timewaYj ...:..1O83a i?... .. ...... Lv.s&: Au letlne.......Ar. II .:;... ...... ._... ......
;Ciil i and Surveyor rt for plant In beginningof tb civH i( war; nor was it ..... .11 08a,4. f Hastings. ..t6 .. ... ... ...... .;.... -
Engineer roost propitious .
t \ ""''' :
.' | ng. ....:. 11 ......: .{. :. ..... ,......1EaatPalatka.; ........ 1 ..;.... ::1'.. .. ... ......
transplanting' to the fields they pursued taken up with j real \Interest ,by: the ..... it lOa .v.... .. ..... Ar..P\.Pal&tlta.\ .. ...._.LT. .m .... ;::... ..:... .......
;i; Notary Public for State at Large ,. ...... ... .. :..... .. '. ... ... .
I 14 aDd masses of our pebplej until the scarcity lisp .r. : .r..t .Ar. .16 .... ..... .. ... _.._
-Particular"Attenton'giren[ : to 13ub-Divi d- tbe'raame tactics, thus they ...... : "" 'r' .. ....,. Ar....::, .$Kateo..L" lop ..1... :..... ..:.., ....:.. ,
were of the Cuban attributable to ....,. 806& :...., ...... LT. ... .San .. .. .
> lug trrctfl.t \ I I \ intelligently informed as to the product, J4ate0..Ar.. baby .. ... ...
"t large : ...... 12 .t. :. ...... ...... .... : i'r.'
the 58p LT. .-Onnond. .... I'.1 .... :..... ...... .......
created
.:Oftloe near AT.ID* south side; best ;conditions, both as to.the,\seasonand rebellion on the' island, anaiarmn ....- 105p..'t.... .{. ...... It ..of-. ..Da.to1I&........... 918p.:.... :..;.. ..;... ......

'l !' 1-21st.t ,! . MIAMI; FLORID landi, and ,they have not failed to the'tobacco'market'and called ............ 11Sp 1 tip ...aa.;..... \ ....?...!New Port Sm Orange::.;....... : 282p II ___............:., ...... ...:..

profit by 'their experience. the Attention ofj\parties !in' this State ....;. t 13p ..... .j".j"o...n..."........ HlI1..rrna....... .. 1 asp .. ...... ...... ......
ZOH KROSJimER : 1 ...... 252SSpa ..;... ......, .Titusville,........ 12 1 G8p ....:. ... ...... ; .. .
I j' Their:'jirst"crop consisted of only to the opportunity. ] ....:. 8 ..... ...;..+-Caty Potn&...;.....: 12 ...... ..... .... .. ...
For ten years tobacco ....;. ..;.j.\ : :.\:. ...... "'':....{......Cocoa............ 121 ...... ...... ."..... ..:i:..
I '.1IOR about fonr acres;' this was for tbe some eight or '''''' ....:. . *i..:.... Rockdge..... ... 120ip ...... ........ ._... ......
-' : Oadsdeb count' ; i..... 406p. ; 4.. ... .. ... ......... "' .. .-..... . .
. spring :ot- 1896. For their fall \ has been raised in and ;t' { "i..i .Eau6alIl. 1181f09 \& . ...:. ...: .
.1f Over crop ...... .....i. ...... .;.......;... Sarno.:......... U ..;.... ...... ...... ....;. :
.
f\\ & iron experience. they I;planted. about. sixty acres. '' Fthe' or for,several yea'ra past the acreage hisbt ...... I ISp ...: -.... '...1.1Jd'elbourDe......... 11 tin .... ...... . .. ......;
k4 t'' k\ ;: : k \ l Metropolis Buildlng.Mlsmi.I. ., I ..:... fillip ..':c.H.. .! ... .;t.Pr.Roseland._......:" 10 :;._ ..:.; ..:..
1) :.\ 1 : Full Stock of Samples of all Latest Weaves:: spring crop of the present \'yearthey ep largely iocreasrd, but-therelhas\ .... f '...',' ....... : .;..... : .Sebastlao-........ 103Sai.... _....: :..... oa
., IIiOP ...... : ..ar8t ,,... . .
S-1r-t. \ been nothing jthat has created such afurore Lucle,8 ;: .. ....
:; \, r' :plaflted'about sixty-five acre a', ....:. emp :-..,... ..4. 'SOOT ::;..1'.Fort Pierce....... t ..,... ..:_. ....... Slop
"r : and.for tbe fall:crop they are t- as. the 8uc s'fnade vf the.crop ...... e SSp........ ; 41111'1I. ': +......:;._Eden ....,...... : !Ole .. . ; .. t
t \WmVarnadoe v' nowise What the ....:. slop ..... ..t.1. ., e20a .;:."{....:..JenlleD. ......... .67a .:.t..."....!..... ...... !!.'
,. ; ting0atpitats.on 160 acres. of their beland.'Thi9 st by the Ft.: Meadejcolonyl, ....t, B 48p ..:... .4Oa 0" .... ....,..9tnari........... oJ. 8< : CONTRACTOR i includes only the tobacco Gadsden county crop has tailed.to, 'Ido '...... '101p.. ... '' 1'11 :".......\.AUd&... .._... 835a.J,{.. ...... ...... I

b: \ ', - ...' planted]; by the' Cuban Tobacco Grow in ten years, the bf.ns have succeed :::::: I 84p.rip.::..,:. ::1 ::: .81 851a : .::::t\V: :s jt.Wr; ::::::: : 8O 813s(. ::::.: ::::::: :::1 l2/0p: 1 iiDp
'
: i;... i 02P .;.... .th Loa tRivtera.: ; 183& ;.t. ..... .. 1118a
\' tSTRock- Work and Blaating a Specialty. ers' :'Company. Now these people{ ed in accomplishinginjeighteen l i months ;.;... 8lQP..... ..1osAI'.i..WestPaintBeach..Lv. 'Iua ,...j.. ..... ....J....10
*, ,-, iu.uu' : that is in the ...... 8 ...... 1225p ::.;.. ...'...Lia\oD.-j.._. 817a... ... ..... 91/a
e , <, = {, : FLORIDA. did not 4t4, anything ,in a. halfheartedmanner general interest crop. ...... 9 Sap .... x25p ". ....JFort.r Lauderdal..:..." S 68aL...,. : .... '1ia
.' A 'Estimates 'urnfihedonApplleatton., 1632.ifs >but: > they went in to make'a Dade 'City and vicinity basecomele ......10RIp...... .: atep ........Lemon Clt7........ U S ..........'A"..:... ..+. 682a
.# \ *. .* *' toabelfrdntwiththeernp ....- IO SOp ...... ':: 4 54 Ar..o\.KiamJ.\ ..........LT. I r..... ..... ...;!.. 110.
Y success of[the.crop if, it'wefe .possibj prominently : ,
4rF I, throats A ft W. BRANCH. ,I Trains Y'3,85, 87 and 78, between Jack
r : FREb.'RUTTER, to'do 10. [They: purchased a large Dean and that communit; his a'great -' and St. Augustine daily. .
ffo 8. No. 17 -lsnnville
STATIONS. No. Y No.
pomp'from De' of tbesuspended phos deal of Int"thl i ,new7:venture 2UB.:between Miami and;;,Poe
,
'4 ,energy Up lu,uoa ,..kew Smyrna.,..Ar llipIMVp S tsetse daily,except Shads y.
;., :,: Contractor a.n.4.i1der. phateworlta-add; stationed, .deart h ey\ For last;,8prin ':i e op't! they/had in,the ClOp rl 28A 63a L..Lakelleell.u..LT'.lj! . 3 ,.r Train 3iift: between Vori Plerc. ana'
t Lv..Oruge uttr. LTAr. Rip Miami dally,
I + except Monday. :
s -1 All kind*' of Stone .Work.'j Peace. I rivr.' From' tbis''pump.' . thlaid ey neighborhood of 140 acres.and" the fall! lspIlt, GIla .....9range C1t7..oU\ l p a 25p Trains 85 and 7ft south of. .. I;Augur
\ < -
,Tlana and estimate. 'fnr-'' a i-lnch raain'through tbe Cl'ntret crop',hash\ been ons'tle: [a }ty-lncreased. I \\ ting daily, except Sunda J'. 5 ...

-; 7 ;their';:.tobacco farm, and from this/ at This place is, sltuated, n .Pasco Bounty Tk. l(**sa.rIs .

f e \ 'tlune- t.Ltom MIAMI\,FLORID>A a distance\of i !\\ ;\every' '120 'feet. '\lateralpipes I and:lies. principally) between:tbe ..\ l'' f

i : ... __ *' el.ai.d]. Then at' distance of 'Florida Central. A, P/rjinsular and,',the e \"BIscAYNE" i C 'i r't
,
1C' i' -,:SPLENDID--=. i- every"120; feet spray beads were set on. Plant. system 'oCr ,.I Iwapa. ,From..thee :

: pipes taio'E.out{ of tbe, gFonnd son trains of either}linijone, can'easily'see \ appointed to Perform Servic*a.follow*.:; ; "'.' [

4 \ ';', 108, .p"rlntln' eigbt'1eetJ'! ,I when tbe pump"w 88 tlle'wideatretch'! f icres_with, the tall Lore Jiiua'" O:3a: p. Wedne.cbn and Saturdays, conneeting. Warh'TraIJa SS.:, j i

\\ .\" . ,started, up! every evening; about ,dusk' "8ta ds" of tobacco and the new barns LeunIQYWES' j SAOa." TDeSda7sandl'rSdal'I / t

J : : ,. liof I the farm"9ru mue of'mist. It' was the give one good: |. .
I a : on farms. a impress- %.-;1'LOoanectiiiK, at Miami with Train 78 foUowln* morning .
: : I :thus that the 'assisted'nature jon of the ) -'. Thetobacrointlm t. 't ". ?. V .
ej' grower* .C locality. "
; J.BBECSWITH. "
i r : ; :.JI\etf\ rOiS! : Offi c 1 : 'e : : | J.D.EAHVEB,' :
: .
+ very materially and greatly enhanced ,immediate/ectloniS! grown according oJCaoaftr.n' ,QtIII.P.-ncv.\p, .
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..-.-.....\..,.-......... "Vntlnz. CULT RE OP TOBACCO. ,
; '. 'c tloijed from paRe 2)) \ A. B CAMPBELL \ .
; + ;I .. T. TH5 p0A, oi\A MIIRSER{ ::.: :
NEW" CAT. out for aidmeoiver the hard,roads arid ,. .. \ ,
\ rI. :A /opus: Fob I ISO.a on> f to incidentally biotout, to:them.tbe \I Manager t;u' deli!; & Bates S.)M. H. . 1' J

WILLIE con ltion'rotthe' to \I
t. READY TO MAIL b CL1UUIL flourishing many JACKSONVILLE FLA.

I.' : y-yiq ..+r+- I I 1 bacco7 patches I which. have just: been Piands .and ''Organs sheet MUSIC: : and \< .
wrilei ,
I'' On party a follow* of out i?>? seta pea red \I'he I
'I d Iog4e: 'will you ,lease eo4 tuc.cosy ui M++nr rZi. I Ywe
I I'j ? VttTufeble Nursery'Ca aloifne; I had u cup; 1 I+n names of these few places have LOWEST PRICES !EASY TERMS Musical .Merchandise
have Ioaue4 it I find ko| iti trn,+
many '' will treat '
< (hiDga ia il that 1 do Uul wi h U> be wuuuui a Jtfeen giver only as a special iu&tance 1 money: than any you other house in giro the you 0.8.better Send value for Catalogue for your 'I ..

t apyn"new ,where comraunmea1. have taken bold of \and Price LUu.. '.' 17ept4y1Lss ,
Our 1898 Catalogue will contain ml oe
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good featares of the 197 catatogu*br nlc< 11 \} ''I the industry with, a measure of coni\


-I i t I .J fr'l 1 new Pbolographic\iew FtUilendoruIuentaLTreesnd uthernpla.tiug.osta.THE GRIPPING Fully Illu-UutPd. Cataloguetre We BROS.utter will h hrnbynlap'lull CO.nan.AdAru I lie t.il i +' I:',certed more South or Flor4dq action les extensive. is Almost;, rowing scale every tobacco, farmer and all on in.ofltheta a.\\| Do'' Yo \\Know a Goo t Thing ?.OP.COURSE'*OU'DOi'\' i \i '


Newest an4 Meet PnfltrD'e ; have: becoiria' convinced that it fag\ r
L- Peck lee S..tber TOMOSA'IURSEEIES.' MAccimiY.nAhf I Then you' HATES', SEEX FLOBEDA would '
I f ,i or you BZ.HEBE. . ,
is rapidly
t HfMM+ . .. a success. Tampa becomt'ngt"he
Nw ,
----1+1+- + +f. Are lyoa OBOWINO OM 1. Of coarse; BO'ABB WE, ", .
tt>4e t6mo r 7 headquarters I for' tobacco growers Bat not so fast, because our MILS CLIMATE, ." } {

and buyers! andl the bulk of the business With its WABJI, ;BtrssKnnf DUI and LoNG" COOL BIGHTS. ", '. ; "

DEALERS IN ; accrue ng, from ,the crop in this Makes' Lira WHAT IT OUGHT TO BE.' i : < r

\ Woods 1 '''part of the State will(be done i in_Tampa. Do TOU LOVE IXOWEBS, frnits and vegetables? OxsTAnar, It J, &rc do we.;

( Bur A HOME on the EAST, COAST ',: \' ;;; ,'.:. '; ; .
: j.i WHEBB!: yon can RAISE TOUB,OWN < '
The following from tbe Jacksonville II \ l' <, : ,
Whiskey. With t.bLJCAST!\ LABOB and:EZPEKSE. '> -- ,
Times-Union-Citizen will give a good \ .-'
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: f & /Co. ,idea of the possibilities of this industry 'Do'yon DI3LTKS WI '1'Eld Bo do wv| .** rJ il' t L r,':' ': .

.. . in the State, and; what Immense Then coirs TO FLORIDA ? we're HUB TO STAT _:. ....t'1| 1 I .5:"
From $20 to $7 Gal. We have ' .
per IISY-aaTHIRd'swIU BAILING
/ lfoand: ALL TEX TUB BOUJrJ
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proportions it certain to assume: j \ \ i- r
c In business circles, :tobacco is today ABE TOU: interested its: ? \ '. J c'.'"
U so, WB'are interested ,rJr!TOU. I I
perhaps the moBtl\ timely topic. Once
f i A LUTE to]our ADDRESS. 'Address DRAWER M1T '
W'nLiq; ; oranges were in ':every one's mouth Will Do..wpjroEBs. SAINT Auousrnrx, Fr.o UDi.I i
angt3tf .
#. ne ers and Cigars. .>under Tezt phosphate every.one's bed,feet.$ were Now, so to tobacco speak, I ----- '


r I I'I I 1 is, if not exactly in every: one'amouth' THE LEMON CITY HOTEL -

I ;: I or under every ones feet{ at least ineveVy : .

., ., PURE fTllSVi ;' -tn* of this kind put up one's mind's i\ eye. Sober and( MR : JOHN CAREY .

1 IE7"the) United ta.es.L. shrewd 'men of believe most Manager. t
\1 : confident that if cultivation of A very pleasant location, near:, the;Depot Large, 1PeU.Te tUat.ed'rooma- '

/ tobacco exists i iJitie of wealth | Grand View of the Bay.; _

: L.\ Bottled Goods and y Jug Trade K \ ;a\ Specialty for the State not. -&ff8j.ra,'': ores found'or in the the,new rehabilitated -' Good Table, and\ ,all the Comforts' of HomeAT ,


s I pineapple! or the uncertain VERY MODERATE PRICES., '. ,

Pool / \YHOLE8ALE AGENTS! FORS phosphate mines, or' tpe;,variable vegetable I I'I '. s 111
\l' .an ', \ A quiet, delightful place for, families. Write for terms
\ gardens, \or tb< possblesugarcane etc.*to '

,Billiard< Beers.. of all kinds quickly,fields.! : Time- will, .tell. and that,' \\ 'J' MRS. JOHN T.,CAREY, ;
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'tr 68-mo -LEMON CITY, FLA. 4
1t In I a dispatch, frotni\ Tallahassee. -

t AllL KINDS. '\ OF CASE, i toobs.I 1 '\,, I\ printed in the :',Citizeji' bf l August 129: chi""setts but the industry in' those now purchased abroad is to be heartily

f. feb5-f.it'rao-tf I \ : the tobacco acreage of Florida this year Northern climes has no such assurance commended, and can most certainly

4 Boat 7'rde1\Catered to.. +:MIAMI : FLA. was put down on the authority' of the of boundless 1 success as that which' .is accomplished. However, while I beets.
., \ . agricultural Department 'at 6,000cr'eor '' '
: 1 I giving a dozen unties. of !Floridaworldwide and sorghum may,with close attention.
,\, a little 'les this appears' '',,to fame. \ to details and vast expenditures of =

1-A'FerJbilfzer\for Fruit have been an uuderesi" imate- though. To show the standard that the tobacco labor, skilfand, ;capital IJ compete with 1

after all;not. mat ria ly in'error. Leon of .this State before the and.
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\ growers .have cheap labor Capital: ofF Germany -
: : : /Tha :Id Pineapple Fertilizer J. Cahova's admirable new monthly, they,another q quotation may be.made Austria and 'France,''it will be

'ti\ the Florida Tobacco gives a *etaisticaj : from, the Tobacco Leaf: tbe tropical cane of the 'S utb.; and k

[ exhibit, based 6n detailed reports ''X bale of Florida-grown tobacco particularly of Louisiana and.Florida, -

i. \ i '"-.q Price $ 5'.OO' Per| Ton. from the Vriquvc6' n les, bit weighing a'few pounds more than 100 that will furnish the sugar of the
'' Very greatly veted ,
makes the was c by a cigar
nearly
: acreage 5,200 acres.
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS '\ manufacturer'of.Tampa. He offered country and.keep at home the",vast sum
: ', The planting was distributed, as follows the grower $800 for it and did'not get now annually cent abroad. .
.-1', \ ,Mniatnra!, - 8 to 10 per cent : ., was ;
it at that price. The grower J. H. Louisiana is"up and "increasing
\ Inpcmonia I 14 to 8 ft., .L ... ,
.I \ }\- |I- : \_ ;. Xeylan of Tampa, a man well-known
PLoephorio Acid, i\ '6 to 6 fI, Total sprlnR 1 crop .... .: ....;.. .Acres, 839 over the State for his success as a'truck her acreage,, building new mills ,
: I \ ,Potash;(actual) ; I -; 6 to 8 \ :'1 Total fall c-rop. .... ..' '. ... i. ... 758 grower. This was his first crop of tobacco and adding to the capacity of present ), r

2/ad. Exclusively, of Bright, Cotton Seed Mealit.u' f'iSoda Blood; Bone Annual crop GacUdeu count! 't'... .:.,... 3,500 ,;and he'grew a| part of it under ones. Millions of dollars' worth of
DiMOlred Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems Annual\ crop Columbia coon y .. .... 100 cover'lbuildingJrame) with wide",beds, new'machinery is now under contract
\I 1'J and Sulphate of Potash, 1 tbe with cotton and
ior I Total 1 .. .. ,.. .. ." .....'....-1 5.19 the and sides covering with'cheese top cloth. Theoft'l'r for Louisiana sugar planters rln the
IcrWritfJ EConomic
for dlreetioaeor nstoE and'innher particular, also\ask a opt of Fee \
\tilfierforlrutt: !I I 1' The prospects of. lfiS are1 good for,, of $300 was refused; lleoause !(r.\,|>Tej meantime Florida has not_grasped'her j

v We Cory large Stock of Fertilizer Materlal.C. S. Heal, Tobacco'dost, PoUsh, Etc. ah area of not, less tbaii 1 ,000 aJres. Ian co'iiidfied the bat in qi:'estmn hn opportunity\ and lags behind. 'With' 'a
\ I best! lie desired (0 d I -pose of the entire climate superior to any other State for -'
\Wnfe for prices before buying;. JT seek tAe growtrt' trade direct For State in which! tobacco, growing tat oust fcftle, and depended upon cane" growing a soil equal In fertilityto ,
was unknown prior tb :1880, and had his heat, tobacu* to sell I the whole;at"a: beet : ;'

(Wilson ,& 'f omefFertflizerC nly'just got state ,i in>[ .1890, this is amost better' average figure.; made tbe the largest; with cane a record crops of having acre .

gratifying :exhibit. I The every, mart, even in Florida, cad per, ;
'. .tThe FertllizerlHouse{ of Florida, > census raise tobtcr-d .worth" But in the United States, she is allowing
: : ; of 1880 showed for Florida! an area of : $3here a pound.
1-lS-tf-if. *: I '7acssgnville, or1d.. 90 acres of tobacco. I n 16?9, tl00,acres i is\\i .this difference, between iW- her landsto: He idle I and her opportunities -

,CHASB 4 .uum'AQ'8 t. ,,Miami,; :/ .',STOWS..Agents\Cocoannt Grove. was the record. From this! beginning ida and \tail other' parts >f the country.: (6 attention pas!. What are we doingto'.. y
call the of labor caintal'-
and
., 1 . .be advance to same 4,000 Bergs in'1896, tin wanlstall! can raise jsuch tobacco in
1 1 to the :field
vast
now awaiting
and 6,200 in'1897, wjth ':*, ''prospective any.oth State i I IXot i development a
: .. ; .. with} a certain 'profl to ,both? ,
-- increase in { .
1898 fe ;
10,000
tq
SouthernJBsblECY ery signifi-
.1. cant. The rewards pf' tobacco cultureare Some good second-hand bikes. for $2.j:: : This! is not:an experimental crop; like
i $1.50 We key 1$ all, we ask. The'Mlam beets and sorgbumtbe success of which ,,-
; r greater than ever b'rote, its:vital Cycle C \ j T "*'
_. \ ", .. L. __ depends entirely on the quality of,Seed, .
\\ Ra1way.! methods are. better understood. and \ he skill off-the..,grower, and particulily -
the kinds of tobacco that : cultivated Florida's Ch nee for Sugar. on favorable season, Should
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THE18HORTEST\ ROUTE. \ are,more exactly hinted' to the To tbe tditor of tht Florida Citizen! either of tbese_ essential. be wanting. _,
soil and the climate than'anVone Your special from
could Washington
t t says! sure
:* ',' -_ i-. ;,1 i 1 failure is to occur. The history
\ have anticipated a decade! So "it is, SecretaryAVilson'gl intention to
AhrDBdWINa CAiBS ago. of the beet industry has ooof
4 [CSBOTJOH pULL : ROOM: DINING; .OA"R3, sugar been
.; > reason appears to look for, a ;beck set. distribute twelve.itons ofsngarbeetseed numerous'fail* .
'L THOBOUOHFABE COACHES, VESTIBULEDT13AINLNORTH \ p "es and few,successes .t
j"; .. ,I from thep present beginnings\ an;en- next spring her growers .of The' margin of profits compared to:'
i ,. \ i : argement of'the industry I to .25.000 Utah have promised three tons this is Imali. L;
t cane both to and
\ grower man.
EAST. AND'ST.. ; acres, or even 00,000ac\ s! within a year and it is expected: otherJocalities
: ufacturer.:
Tropical ca.net on the conrary -:
t \ ,, ''I very few years, may be expected con !I in the United.States will+]furnish partof is a natural sugar plant, and
fld ntly., That there is room f rgrowth'In the supply necessary." '
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TWO DAILY. TRAINS BETWEEN: FLORIDA APJD[ THE does not "revert. No.amouu't of ne- a-,
EAST-;, this direction maybe inferred from From-tbis and other recent articlesof 1
.f 1 1 \ glect', abuse or adverse season, wet ore H
the tobacco acreage of other States. similar character, it is evident that dry, will cause the cane,to producean1.

I s Washington- .and.Southwestern{ Limited, ,: ; \ The census of 1890 showed.t: .; at fn the the beet-sugar actively thing but sugar. The quantity may' .* "'...:

f k. And the United States Fast Mail.. calendar year 1889 the. United States preparing to take advantage of the be affected by culture;' ,fertilizers ands ., *i

1 \ \ \ produced' 69 acres''' of\' favorable conditions establish season; the. quality, however. will.remain -
OILY \ ,301 !obacco, :as present to constant. ,, s'x.. ;
21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO;:WASHINQTOK.\ against 038,841 in firmly the sugar-growing. f.
j \ "x acres 1879J{ 'lie prio.-: business Why cannot our people through our 1I'
't t I .' '. \\ 03L r HOUR g ;JAOSONYILLE1:\TO HEW 'YORE.I : ipal: tobacCo-growing States, with in.their localities, that their congress congressmen and senators;our agricultural 't' ,
: i I, .f their acres of the weed 'in JISSO-ani men and representatives, are doing Alipossible ; departments-State and United'Stateaourtrallwayand

Solid.YMtftraled Tnlni composed of Latest Improved Pullman Sleeping Can'sad'eW Den 1890, were,as'follows: \ to. secure;the assistance of the other proml-4.. 7

:\ lag,Can through without change'to Washington,Baltimore\. ' . :,,138(); I.... .1890;'I general'government, In pushing the en. *' tion vent of business the country men,to secure this well-the atten*
; aAilad.lphiaNew York and the Eaat. I .. . ... .. .
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; > \ ; Kentucky: \ : .t..226t 274,587 terprise. This ia 'as ,it should be.. lished and thoroughly understood- '!E
-l t{ -. .: Virginia:. >.. .. ...... .... "1..140,79' 110,57V dustry .
Utah requiring. no experimenting;
ROUGH North.Carolina. . .. ,Kansas, Nebraska and California "i
'T .. 5120
PULLMAN .
DRAWING-ROOM CARS '" "!! rzpn either growing the
BE
SLEEPING ; crop or manufacturing ,
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.... .. .... . are to be commended-fo their enterprise
: Tennessee :" !t 11,471 the' in which .
h t "., .JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE., ; \ II( Ohio.. .. ... .. .. .. ..........., 3i.6'7e44.\ and pluck in endeavoring'to can be definitely product, and positively the results -_ ,
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Pennsylvania
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2166 ,28. secure business that, wil known? It .1 is fully established
SieeptI a | them by.
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Through g Cars Daily,Jacksonville to \( 'I \r ; Maryland 33,174 20.2'7' larger, profits, <<; than ''any other agricultural crane.planters.that merchantable sugar .
|| :Cincinnatlvla, Asheville, Through the The distance and =96 per cent. test=can be grown and :
,1' 1\\ ; ; between Flor da L pursuit. Tbeir'agricultoral colleges manufactured r,
at a profit for. 2}cento
t ,. \( ,"LAND,, OF. THfc. .SKY.. !It,' ' I .k\- Maryland is long, and Virgi ila and are constantly at work on this per pound; that -"granulated sugar" 'J.'t'
r .' } II 11 : : '. .\ \ 'L'I a \\ Kentucky are! out of sight; : ut the line,experimenting and publishing the can bee i profitably sold for 8 cents per '* :

Nordetailednro'tnatfoa M to rates, Khednles' ,'kleeplnc.car reserrsttoaa j .to.. apply, .t4 1 leader as well as tbe tail'\en deliD' the. results, their capitalists building, extensive pound. With these two grades'quoted .t.
oar e*the bOuS1618AawAT. or lu oonneotions.r .. \ i iI at 815-1Q centsj and 6 cents pound ,
; rat, : foregoing. table may be QV: rtake .; Sot factories, erecting''expensive per .
I respectively a profit of 47 ceqt.ln'
per .
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< .L. A. SHIPlLiff\ orid Past.'Apt, 313 West Bay Street t- ', Jacksonrille.,FU.: one of the more Northern States' bar irrigating systems, and.making ethers l one case ana 68, per.cent. in the cither,' <- .
t'c'# 1.M;GULP. i 1\| W.A.TIJBZ S.H.HABDWIOX; I :the incentive of possible.pr'o is.that advances, in lands<< and money to farm .shown. \ t -th g..1
.\ ,, t J: the ,Florida farmer : erait Tbe article being staple, tbe quotations ' .
aaa ,lkD.Pau.I 41 spars on .tcj do.bis. ,low rates of interest,! allowing!

) ,;i.-- _R_: ;' t. a .WMh1q1oA.lt-J.; '. L 1.J q... Pass.' JtLata 1.,,ria, level best Pineapples might, b< raised. d"them to repay the loan and 1-q purchas S tot cotton are to, .wheat be depended, corn on.or :tobacco.(Similar),,, ,\ .-:f

U a.; vv 't. d"a ,., for market' in Pennsylvania, but hothouse the lands with, thevproduct9j, of.thei ir Sugar has increased In price '1 to.2 '

..cultivation,of e.pplfd\ the, beet,fields.' \. { cents per pound since the passage of .\ iff
: : North in competition with out-of-door r Our" United;f, States Agricultural De the'recent tariff,bill-83 per cent to 69: ?' !' ,
T4FzDistilled :: C' E pr cent'-and will'doubtless ,increase -
r j. cultivation ;under the bright' sun 0Eden f part ant expended vast sums' in Can- fa much'more within the next 1earot''i"

I ? or Orlando would not 'pay as'a ,soft/endeavoring. to make sugar from 66 per cent.to'.,,,122, per.tent., _our .. .; "I

'water. """':" Orders PrpmptlvtFiilea. bUSiness enterprise. '':manner\ jorghum, and mostasigaall4 I, J;failed; cane sugar growers made a profit be- .

: I tobacco maybe, raised .and:raise f\-yit The;'effort. American..farmers and fore they were| protected-and they r.
'
IceCo. Giladwin Mang'r.t did-what rate of profit !
certainly can .
,Miami J : ..,-.S. N.' profit, too,.in Pennsylvania! .and\Oby' capitalists_ ; to\j produce: in the'United be expected with'the. present tariff ;t3.jf

and even in Connecticut and M State the ( .worth of : B. E. 14 1-
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rates on raw material and manufactured affair; it,u the same hand that opened

The Miami products' thus enabling manufacturing a roadway for' the iron '.horse'to Bay

\ Metropom.I establishments to locate Biscayne,And made it possible, for a 'Bank..of ].Bays'cy! : i

here. lYe think Miami will get along full-fledged city to spring ntc( existences -

I, Entered' in. as the lecon Postofflce-clul' matter.at Miami, Florida" all ri' lit;', We think its resources': will with a population of 2joO, on

,, "'''-' 1 : compare very favorably with those of July'' 2Sthlonly ten weeks after the ,

\ TuB MOST SOUTHERN NBWSP ?EBi PUBLlSHtD any, other.point in South Florida. shriek oft, t' 'locomotive sounded o'er .
i ON THE MAIN LAND. OFTHB i \ ... .. thewatersm Bay Biscayne and startled -- -- MIAMI, FLORIDA.. .
UNTTBD STATES i i i I
, the alligators on the banks of theMiami INooBPOBu '
'
\Seven rounties in Florida have filed I '
i nbliihed. toy the East.Coast Publishing Company } for the. first time I'- K.Conducts
copies of their assessment roll. Of these '
a Corporation
: 1 _ : Here's al bumper to the steamship
*> .
\ - show i ,
four an increase aggregating ,
I'WALTER 8'\;\JBAHAM,: : ; 'Editor., $622,000 more' than last year; .three Miami M yshe: steer Fleas, of 1\ Davy W".iM.. BROWN. uSmess.\. Issues Drafts',on All
PRESIDENT ,
t ; Jont. 's locker for many years to come; i

\ One' year Subscription.......,.<....:..Rates.i'<:.........** Wi i, show leaving a decrease a net ,increase aggregating,of $$449,731 17 ,OOO., may she, soon, have many,sisters to keep i R: R. McCORMICK, ,, g Parts of? the World. Account ...

,rt i 81x months,!.;,.;......t.# .}.........100, her company ,on the blue) wat rs M VICf-P'alOUT: ; \ Solicited and Every' Favor Consistent : .
\ Single copies................ 05 ;. Dade county alone shows an increase of
seas
these and nere'sanother CHARLES
Foreign:inbueriptions, SO cent' "extra to:cover, over $500,000?:';almost .entirely due! to sunny Southern ; H.GARTHSIDE.CASHIER. a With Conservative Banking ,
a1 '
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postage.Tba ... bumper to the City Miami--
-, t t .;. 1- ; the extension of the Florida East Coast ; I I. Extended. _
Florida .
Ms newest of
t. Metropolis, la tat gals'at'the', Yollowtay Railway from West Palm ..Beach' to ,but brightest \" i \ r
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J Agencies.; cities! Ma3 inarvelgiU'I growth continue ,
!
\ Miami end of Mr.Flagler \ I .
1, A.*T.Cprter;Cocoanut Grove,FlaAntbonr the, developments I &nd'm, he who has: made its future l <;:onn SE'ONCEN'rS: ' ,
Bros., West Palm Beacb Fla. at this, point. The extension! ly I I ,,;,
t AuredlKeiers.| at Wolle's Gents'. Fnrotshipg ; greatness'possible live ,to see the Seaboard National Bank '. .
t added 65 miles;to the railroad mileage New York.Nat'l .,
T ''I"" I full frnitiotl of his and hopes.When (
Samnet BelcherMiami, Via. plans _
in assessed at $ ,OOO Bank of .
Dade county per Jacksonville .
C. M Gretr.Miami,Fla.Hey : : Jacksonville.NewYork.
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Wtll'Ne1l'lCo., Key West, Fla.AllbonlmnnIeatIOne ; mil \This shows how much betterjoff\ '-=-=--1 " : t ,
\ 1
\ the ,Ki&m 'Arrives. FOREIGN ,CORRESPONDENT.: !
,; should 1 be addressed and, the!\people.would be without, corpora \ 'Knauth i I >
'<1.
all checks,drafts,money orders and, other remltttnreS -I lions and capitalists( .Think 'of hebau'efueftects Apropos of. llie recent[launching of > Nachod and Kuhne, 'I., 't :. .
made payable to. 'I '
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THE EAST COAST PUBLISHING CO. of building the new terminal ,- the steamer{ iliami,wedes.iretoI inform /

t i .it'1 /,MUmUFlaU1AMI. dredging the harbor and buildIng'the our readers tnai when that handsome TIme
Elegant Iron Yanftand Bnrglar-ProoJ Locks
Safe With Concussion'
Triple :
s'' ; ;new steamship the Miami. We v'spjha enter the harbor of Miami I ,
:: FLORIDA.I" FRIDAY.,OCT. 29, 1897. oh January next' will'be accorded of the Host, ImoroYed Male. /
fears ttJese. operations may bring ISO .\ I _, she ," I i..-IT:,o*: .. '
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I ---r--r- much c mmerce to this port and settleup a .magnmcerof t reception, tithe hands I.
t" Too much of your' )time ,i* '-taken up ,the country,fin"this vicinity so thick the j\ citiz! ris of this {city.f Some I .

,. i in planning,and talking wild schemes.(: thatj\ the hunting will not be nea r 'so 'monthsago, I a suggestion1{',
t' .. Thinking is all ,very well in!' its. place good as I,formerly,t that a silver service, or something of 7

: 1 and a. little talking is. all' right; but it .. that characte should be,;' given to theMiaini # 1 : / ,
is;work counts. 4 ; 'On tha occasion; but after deliberation '
Groceries Grain
ti< ;, ,Tat . . I ''r1e conduct of Jlon. C. B. Collins, it as:considered. that a giftof Hay; and Garden. Seed
s ,: Stat .Treasurer,,'and of r *vard'8 cuitodiati -- that ,kind would, not beat.all commensurate .
i rh'ES, we bad ''a very wet fall; theN \ with an event ,that was ao r' <
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of the bag, ought to stimulatethe ,1
auspicious and meant so much to \She "
rather in itsmpistness !
weather was monotonous
20th ; ,Democracy of Florida to nominate city of Miami;,'rihd \since( then other, J'AJ AGENT FOR APES'.FERTILIZERS.; .T

from September ,to October the best men they.can ,find for offices; grander land fir more:elaborate plans
26th;.but it;was, fine.\ for the'vegetable have been made:-plans that contemplate t
| weather otherwise we"prtdict that Brevard and the* ipation,of every citizenof We caUtbe attention' of the people, of/Bay Biscayne. to llir took:of Staple
% and' fruit grower. The Dade county will] go,Republican, or at 'plans, which will'have' and Fancy Groceries, Frnit and Food Products of all kinds; also oar.stock of Grain j
: (or the plat week baa been.,simply de- least {Independent, one of' these days' the i cOOperation of'the Hay; Bran, Cotton Seed'Meal.Gtound Food and,Wheat. '

.; liens I ill fact it has bead typical Bay Who wilfrepresent Dade county,in the officials' !railroad company and We are the only house on Bay BUcnyne. dealing exclusively in the above line of,
goods. We buy close and will sell close. We invite and solicit
t\ Biscayneeather1 Hotel S)' parti': These plans, have been correspondence
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: : legislature} next year?- Will it be thQ'Bess made Mr., Flagler and he has your patronage. Very truly;- E. L. BRADY CO. '1-ly-if.;

: j.'-=tj !- *, '-. '" .man \jwe can find, someone who idnot expressed It'as being highly grat- ..

; Two'months agti;when the city reg- "hankering")1 after the honor or fled and f ire accord with them. '

r 4: tration books were opened;'we feared will it be'BOrne fellow) .who is itching to! The d : / nragnificenfevent, '
'' ';' while practically settled,are not thor- : I
: 'Jess than 800 voters would'register and go to Tallahassee and have',a glorious 1lyif.MllMF I
oughly perfected ,, sor aside; from the :
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ri t. lha\ yvewouldnolonger: be}legally n- time' drinking, and gambling? The\ fact that) an' aborate banquet and :

4 'titled;'to r fer to Miami as,a,ity; but Democrats of Dade 'should'determine dance wd of the features, Ware "

:4 ., 451 \jvotem.have registered, I and 100 not toj send 'a Republican to Tallahassee -' not wiIJte' give tnem at this time; .'
that'lhe
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< suffice matter is
I 'I more, among: them many of!1 out beat l i next time.j They. should 'resolve hands .)tindat'the; time in 1.t
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; proper proper
t citizens, did\'ot take the trouble to do hot 'Ito, shoulder,, an incubus i forrepresentative : will l>e unfolded to our citizens, who

f' \ ao.. 1 ', '. I. or far any other'office will have: the opportunity ,of partici: Bllsins s a d' Res Lots -
ence
< '.. . Dade baA some excellent county officers pating n\| them. .(This much we do(
rself\to know, however-Uhatthe affair will be
t .. J)6s T vote for and some that are pot excellent no, \ !. ,
..1. pledge;: ; :very important tin,.its;character, and ,' ,1'
"t' I'anybody,for Reprise }ativeneitOcta wt'wmno\; ; le them:-you can pick :that the l token jof'' good-will' decided

: bee;!wait until all the 1"v,cmndhlates_ ,"are them oijt, yourself'just' as well as The: 'upon will be fully commensurate with
k field MCTBOPOLIB. the Momentous event" and of such a' E..KIINJGSLEY-
k t fl ;!in the then vote for be man who : 1 .
\ canNiccoinplishthe i \ \ : nature .as will' bfe extremely;satisfactory , '
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'fi:.., 1n1' rbeatI1udgment '\ ", to everybod (A subscription list
.':'j.. .' greatest! good for Dade county and itor! was started,, on'Wednesday for the purpose General \Agent for Mrs. Julia D._ :Tuttle.,

? the State: at'large'\ ; at'Tallahassee', ea' at the Tax ofcanj,; begs to acknowledge- of securing|)silver, presentation\ ---! I' .. -.-, t :
next Cession! of the Legislature, ceipt ] invitation Lobe present atth4 to the steamer; but; as it, \, :

'."" ; t' ".. : .; ", :": launch I of tfie.I)steamship Miami ordance,with conteri! the regular plans we, Pricey! From $50 to $1,000, Per:L.otf According ,t to Location. -
,it
> presume plates an additional i
.d" which,occurred at Cramps shipyard, .
.. ,,: ; PBOLI' inquire:-"wni.j- ,. Flagler vPhitedelpbi, ', last, \ 8a urdal. The, ,gift, on tbatoccasionTCity\; : ;. RAILROAD FARE to Miami" over the Florida East Coast"Railway will be ... j
t steamships 'his own : It . funded to each r permit purchaser
'i\ t othe r than great distanceto the point of ,launchIng .- : purchaser produce receipt for Inch
,
y" ' his : {terminal rand de'liver J'1 ... '- /1 Election. !t fare,which receipt will be received as cash in part payment for,lot.Office '
10.'" j't rto approach; I" ,Bay I --I ;from\this city prevented ojjr, 'at- .' .

'.: .1'1 freight!" We have no authority, 'te'ndance, but it would have, been a J The election! held, .last Monday,-,for :IMI: in. :. 1 .
the cosing cit ;.officers.
c !
anWer purposel.of )
to the question, burble
pre-,:
: , : great pleasure to have attended the of"
and as ,
& Tume_ ''lie' "wild' welcome J all':steamships beginning this new chapter fu Florida -' n'ot'fe determining city i 'should j borrow to whether$3,000 for or HOTEL \MIAMI -> yo

': t.Wtl b..tD rink freight for his.rail- It histofyVthe' launching of the first public 'improvement:*,passed 'off*very F
"r *r road tobaukH "We he wants ' quietly. Owing the fact that there ,
destined .
;-' presume : of a fleet which is to .shoril i' IT /'-
|hDoID he was practically; opposition) to theCitizens' \ : < 1..
oip ,
can
s get. blueVaters beautiful'
'tf' cleave the!>>l : i of our ,
lllhel\' i.v I It 4 ", t' Ticket; D anY\'otl'1'S did not .
\ .. \ : .rPZQPLE t bay land to", pour, into the l lap of.our take the trouble', ,o vote, and, consequently. \ C '

; often ask'what kind' of mans marvelous tI young, cit the commerce' of the number of ballot'c a-t was \ CHASE !& :
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HARNEY
'ufacturing; establishment could ,be the West Indies. Injspeaking of the very small.'. |P6-wiU be seen 'i>y the ., t
I sUtementljelow' aA the candidates on .
;:'made,.to pay abiamlfertilizer | We suggest a event{ :tbt.i'rlrni'e -un.! o and Citizen the, CUizen9\MTjckllrecened, |)racticallv -- Tv, T
t factory., ,The. raw;material( says'|' "A, notable, event"in the current unanimous Ot ,>nnlY '5' t, iposrbg -' "

: ; could be,brought.here by schooner Just history oft\ Florida will be"the!launching ballots being cast.The= followingis I i INSURANCE.FERTILIZERS.\ ..

J., ,I- cheap as it can 4 be.- brought io)a'C8QnvUl )- iodayj( fj] the .steamship, Miami, is by{']the each exacttnumb candidate;. k r of\ e? r i eived \i IWe represent Thirty-six million \ '

e1 thousand builtiat the, Philadelphia..shipyard o( I fj i We are Resident Agents forSwift-
a and:'as a tons offer- \ For, Mayor, John B.Reilly, 115;votes. dollars of Fire Insurance Capital, and .
r :, *tllizet.areuse4'righthereontheBiy. ; : thef Messrs..Cramp. :|It\!s;;especially For' City\Clerk -$,nd' Asses ur, J.. M. have paid over. $5,000 fire losses in .'f: surd and"Ideal"brands of)"e ilizer.'

.. fie would ba ;good local, market. designed,for Florida waters,and,all Graham, lU'vbt( ad'ai 1897. write in Dade Oor Prices smt you Pocket and our'"
in
f.ra For Marshal Miami Will
i" Seel our:readers know,will ply between thA Collector. ? Goods salt your'soiL /
F. Gray,112: ',vote i. : or Brevard County. I t. .
:
; ,. \ "h.- -' a:. : City: bf, Kf ami, on 'the'e st oast of v For 1'rea! Arles H.Garthsidei \ '

r The'next:Legislature: :should,submit- Florida, and Nassau, N. P. Thus an 104 votes' i1''t1for t 1 I "' tI t--: .cc.r-.."'

x. 'a, constitutional! '-,amendment !Oi .the our other tourist}delightful, sod. trip many|"who s provided have here,,for- '.[J.:Aldermen A. McDonald r i ij"t ; 10$ votes. \ Don't come to' us,,'unless} 'yon want your' money's'worth, .
State and
r ,,}. ,people requiring all county < |J\E. .Lummus, 109 :votes. '
1 toforet gong, to the?18Iand8 via New: i'. : .
I 1. .municipal 'officers to give 'bonds; of.e F. r. Budge1u4 votes"- i-IT t r 1 F

4i\ ;guarantee, company: This would 'Iiii' York will now ,break the ocean trip by >W. S. Grabaif, V5 votes '
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:officer. Xo seeing1.' Florida on the "way. The \:Scattering: (tvotesi 5.1: ,
good
: sure' guarantee
Miami\is'only the firstsbip| of a line t"8tj n or borrow 1 nemonev 'THE'N'EW' BAKERY. .
company for of question. ;
rwouldvouch
a \ } ; a man \ a wljicbpnlj i real estate holdseevereallowedto .
a I that 'iii yea .to come will'extend our ; 'vote the following ,
t.questionable": : character.: "A.t presentmany.oMcfat ;upon, ;; "
commerce to the countries southof the t tUe,vote! lath Street,\west of Passenger Depot.
bonds :are little' better ri.cb. was result : :. z
I usaud the event in today F4r-borrowing '$t "thanattaahmeDgarnislimentorr.rim=; Philadelphia Rye, ;' ,. .,.,
marks a'new'\ epoch in the Against borrowing 3,000.; Bread 1
: .j' 1'1; anal),bonds", and,these latter,Hire. .really development ' vinA there were|451\t tes registered,!it \\ Eres-.h; ,' ,Vienna/
fro bonds at all look like boner ,at d tate'and the. opening of be ,of} /
sepftjthat
j I.... ",. ; ;],they ". |many' our- : Home Hade, /
new opportunltes for our energies. citizens, among large uunibe .
{ jrJie
but the of {
bE'1..rc. poorest kind apologies : r
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> .: I of ) '' Graham] '
-- .. property wl,1 !'R'a not at'the, ___ ",
,\ : for" boudi. l Some;day our people: i I ,1' ." action .... ...
; polls) on Monday ..
; may .
| 'I. Baked daily and Free io of .' .
Delivered town.Rolls
rye\ f\\.will get..tl.dJlof men who cannot pay i HERE'S 'TO'THE, TWO fmAJI8t! be excused when It is \cohiJdered that ,any.part .

-;:; ;S.a tio-centlwash. .bi I, swearing that they ZR ther.was "no opposing\ ticket, in',the. / ,Bnns, Cakes Pies.
t' \are worth.,thou nd.,dollars over arid The iteunthip; Miami, o of the field:{and ::every\ body\Was practically; and nuts I hare one nf the,most modern" and ftr t-claaa ovens.Picnie.-.and> < excursion, .

;j'' 'aboyo, ill heir Jo stitutionat etenipi .finest specimens of .modern [shipbuilding agreed upon the mjestipn\'of borrowing, parties.. furnished- ",onmbort' notice' ff I-t -
n_ .
but atj.be, time it is bard .. DAM
.1 ever, turned,out of the,great ship money same MAYER, Proprietornl
1 tlODS. 'j( wise , ,
for under
, ,,. yard of the !i Cramps at Philadelphia) ly; any voter any circumstance I dellver'eterythng '
.:' \ t : to , tree of barge. Remember the place.12th Street Just we.s
neglectjthfsjmportanfeature ,
'. f.T\"! t successfully. -, launched, last, Satur: of citizeifsulp.; ; nl paa.enRer deopt.} .Nv..: : ; f l* ,**-moA

;: .' PEOFIJE often ask' "What is day'' the) 23d.nlSt\ TheMianiiis.notonly The '
:| going 'r ]City Council will! probably mee

Vto\ :support);Miami! ?' Well, there ,is:,, a a.lieauty, but 'is'a racehorse; it next\jtonday nigbt to.canvass the re- ; uinrP-racticalMattFess l Maker
turns declare the result of the election
; "|lfhap''name' l Jennings, down the Bay, will' beat. an,' ship fn the Clyde fleet; and"install; the elected l official GO
newly{ i"
'jw.bo hue flf een men at, .work r'raising a the speed of its:construction i 'l.i,marvelous t- who ar --prt.sent. 'The!|fact that"the '. 111! I All Avenue kind of D,Mattresses opposite Hotel'Miami ,.

t j j ierop' of 20,000 'crates: of tomatoes.i . The contract for .building the slew officers are;with: one exception, S .I 1 made td:order: particular on hand taken and
care
;: 'i There are,others none on such a: large ship was signed;on June 28th;last; on the oldones, -elected, gives 'evidenc in remaking Mattresses. ...

,'-a wale'as'Jennings; -|but there are a bun- July '3d;less: .than* a .week afterward, of held the,and t'high'esteen of confidence; Inifhich which they the are \ Second-Hand. Goods_ Bpught and Sold.

the keej \Iwas'')aid; thelanncbingoccurred citizens of Mi they b ve i in their ability \ 23jn1ytfhe..'1 ,il l -i

.October 23d,just 16 weeks or.112 and.integrity. Major; ,Joba B. Reill ;;

: jrtsVfew: months, b.oi) will, ,raise; any days; after the"; 1 laying of. the.keel. and, having,received \the largest' number, } L. + TU GZS '
.
votes castT be :
F 'where from ioO io, Jj.OOQ crates. These the Cramps expect to. turn) it over 'to may h\rteretl'themost J' : ,
popular official t 'city, appellation
an
le -
:, ,; 'feign ,have aUgot to Un.' 'Miami. will the owner, '',ready ,for''' business,:.very to which he is', justly entitled 1 Mb Miami'

,1 r..i be the cenire of{\whatever;.business early fa December, or 'just 5 ,months 'The question of ,bo rowi t'\mont'T baring iiaaii\a I ernnOaiessiop"({ l a;

t''' :'tiiiere, I is on {the' Bay., |When,the portbecomes afterthelayingofthe ,keel. It:'Used. '.settled and'\lit i is. determined: that Deoot
the council shall do] .
o we
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presume
iraliy.' it will com'npwre to take tarp three 1. m
to
or
( bring years execute a + Fine Harness '
that the! loan Work
wilt. soon be, effected aDd a specialty I
give:employment to hundred job.of bt.k: ndi"! ' .- '.1', : our cityjbe still. further'' benefitted bl 1 All j repairing Neatly Done . Ili0spyw i :.

of people; 1Jr? ow transportation li There Ji a' magic touch" behind.. the> additional... improve! j iT' ,-" \ .1yu; I'': r. Send: fort Price -Lut tor New Work
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1 be iis>d-on'haw,er4 rilnuitlgontdronl' 1 887 \ 10 YEARS ESTABLISHED 189?' ... .

:\\ LAUNCH OF THE] MIAMI. ,the h,>w to bring\; \\1 lie ship into dock .

: 'In the stern are ms-* room for officers! The \i Magnolia: Grove and Nursery Company
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ness room for, seamen, mei! room' f iiofiremen : : .
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I store roon|'; pantry, tateroomfor \
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, r : \ \\'A BELLEYIE\Y MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA: .
\ \ to iks, state rojan ,for waiters, and <' ?
j Gaily I Bedecked with 'Flags and Perm ants, , Amidst ,dining saloon. TIP saloon. occupies' a| 1We have ,selection or -I' k ' -
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: nand is divided from ;
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" . the Shows of Thousands. She Glides Into (!he re-it' of.the'sin! > by bulkhead parti' Budded Oranges, Lemonsand: Grapefruit-Trees: fii

[ron, ,.. \ It cimtaiiis eight tables 'and 1 -'. ', "
;. \ th'e Delaware, will liau' a seating! ,yapacfry for 74 per- \ 75,000 Trees in Nursery FormThKiiecUon
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.. I sons' alone time.. I All the state rooms ,
; \ \\I I ," : \ 'i'i \ ,;n thit! tlH-k'pre' fitlwl with circular, .-:. bus ueTe'r been lult'lItNJ'W'lth the WHITE "LY&lIe stork It clean and ' :"
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" I : healthY and equal to HUT In the State. Greiicare has beeiexercised In pnx-nrtnr '-
! ...' '.It '. \ water- il'ht ports,,, btixfd: ,with square \ and selecting bud wood,that each variety would Prove true to name.. VA UlETIES .t
GRET YiiuUny frauitH' : on\ ] his inside, uphol- Parson Brown Booae Earl.t.Pinf'8ppl Sanlord'i Med) Jaffa. Taper Rind IIr.}lltehel. -
hA'q\ & .S'P\NS"" SHIPYARDS stered with tinidinz curtains.. IMItchel KIXM!..Han't hrthforvstench a Late. KlneTangerine.and8, '
Orange. Jopgelyn. Walter end heedless Pomelo. Villa Franca, Lisbon and Carney *
I The kallejj flH ij ,is tiled with the "Sicily 'Lemon Can also furnish prices on nil line Deciduous stock. Treed, de- 1
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1 : IN PHILADELPHIA. regulat on nrkbrick and is so situated \ livered at all polnu on the Bait Coast. t' -

'\ ., '\ .. : "! \ ' \ \ : that,th i fuiiiHJsrof cooking* cannot, permeate TO' THOSE CONTEMPLATING SETTING OUT LARGE GROVES OF SEYEBAL HQOSiHDTms: ..

,\ .. \ > \ \ II t leship.the.endlhe\ -: S the II I will ttlve rar personal .assistance{IT .\superintending the planting oat ol-
't" 1 to I i 5etw en room and' stock sold from our nnrsery } ,. -

I dining saloon jsan r lttermediat'space I I'e Invite all to inspect our stock and get prices before purchasing elsewhere.. . Catalogue rt
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; > The 4iralf a Complete SuccessMr.. Flagler Present 'for pas->tnger ItraflliTj adjacent '0 the I after October 13th I ADDRESS '\ a "

t 1 ** r 1 1 I purser's office frTwU commodious divans \ \\ \ F. D. WAITE .R

and' Confident=..A Full Description of the Vessel. extend a rss the, ship, facing. the ; I \ "

I \ \ lrwa Ihha leads: up to thehurricane oft.tst3moh 'I' i 1 Manager,-.=: :: '
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dec .t"fh \Miami will haveno , 4i
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\ "inside ms. around .
Ranged
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'N, tt >. Prom'our. 'JNew York crftsUdent.. < Quackenbush Tunis' Mr. Burte and the outside of tiie 'rricane. deck and 'PCN"T F"oRGE'7C": : .. ,

r i: 4 Xpw YORK, October 23. Mr. Pulh4.As'spetial' I looking out on |,he narrow, 'passage way \ \

1 The steamship Miami glided from the guests'were invited Clem- that ''girtlles'tl: e?,shin( from stem to You sorely want something done by the Baltimore Tailors,' ' i ,j.

:, ways at\ Cramp's shipyard Philadel ; ent A. Grisconi, President, and Manager . stern like a bal Oily;Vre ;forty' of the and \we are ',,rare that we can please you in work, fit and ' .' ice:
IJigbei of the lnlxrnationalavi- mast attracti'tat rooms built Yours to .
phia, into the waters of' the Delaware { \ ; ever' ; prices. serve +
riper shortly before noon, to-day iii the I,gation. Company, George U. Carey into' a coastwise ,jSttamer! A number, >
presence of several thousand, enthusiastic i George Thayer, F. M. ',Chandler, Mr. of the r om9" are 'pirlors nine feet \\, AB. 8AFRANEK &- SON, Baltimore Tailors, CEase Banding.mo' T
t I I Pro ttf. ..__ ', J -
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J spectators.. Mr. .-tteTTry M. Taylor, Mr1.' Tyson. and Percy Frazier. square_furnishe4! )InacbmfortableYnan_ i : ,
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', i Flagler reached Philadelphia} a The- Messrs Cramp, Mrs. Edwin S. ner. fill I nisn;the rooius will be the \ -
1 1 special .car over, the Pennsylvania Cramp ana Miss Florence, Cramp did usual cream co or. An upper berth remarkable degree safety t' luxury and at the:satne time gather in the.available

.: J 3 Railroad and wall escorted-to the ship theimnorsjof the day ,as hosts. Mr. folding u to''tie wal) precisely1" like comfort. \ pocket change. , .,;

yard by representatives of the '\ship= Flagler expressed himself as being in he berth 'f a sVepm H car1, *is placed ,She is built especially for the passenger GeorliteA.Jnga1Js and his friend, -.r

building firm.t every way satisfied the ship and along one ids of the apartment.'.'Underneath business between Miami ,and Nas- '' idanas, are rejoicing over' news from %

1 l Applications, for'admission" to 'the confident that she would fulfil all the I i k"'a'cushioned divan with a'aretl'elld sauj a trade .that;\ in ,connection with their-trunks, which were )lost Jn-New.' ,
conditions 6f the t. '' the F. E._C. Florida.East: York a month ago. ,The trunks
yard began to pour in early in tbe day. contra .' ,the seat and back of whichlet ; .
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.The hlIl'ol the *(iami ,rested between 1 The':Miami stands on record as one I down to form a' lowpr berth'of.un- Coast. hotel System, probably handles were t ever up and shipped ,south last

;the newly-erected 4 frames of the 'steel 1 of the fastest built vessels ever turned isual,\,width. 'A>\IwashUtand. ..occupiesone the most desirable and at the' same week,and should be here by this time.

'4 'yacht Dorothea, which is, being built out by'the': ramps. The contract for c-vner1 The!\bertha| are white mahogany time the most\Crit\ cal class of tourists The trunks hare been greatly missed. :wMr.

', for Xew;York,man, and 'the'powerful her construction was signed June 28, highly varnis 1 d, and presenta that!tta on, side of tbe\Atlantic.. IngalU has not mingled much with

Japanese cruiser, Kasagi. .$eyondk 1897. On July the first keel plates ,durable find artUtwi finish. The The Miami wilt be' fast; as she is the young folk, presumably on that ac- r ,.

t \'the.latterloomed up the hull of,.the were laid. July,31 saw the first frames windows ar'o.all squarelfitt. I d with an guaranteed to] show Id knots:one\ her count\but-\ he' now wears a pleasant, ;

JUnited States battleship Alabama] All erected-and\todayz\ just fifteen weeks. inner ,slidiIIit'lattic! iind 'an outside trial*trip, and she will unquestionably' smile, and may possibly be seen :at, the.
the work she is glass sash. fl'here\are.| fttur toilet'apart- froml her One lines and great power, next Housekeepers'. blow-out.
y- ;these vessels bore their/names and from time was begun, | ;. : .
f numbers on large\signs at1 their.. bows in the water! It is true that ber masts 'ments.., I t ( easily exceed that speed, while a6. ,the '
t
in "honor of the orcasion. From \the engines; boilers and a lot of' interior The salodb fs of\]cour ej! divided into 'same time, as her model wiltebow at a
1 gigantic "Atlas," floated machinery is!,not yet)in place,, but the two sections by.\lie engine:shaft, each glance!!, she will'be ja veryeasboati' in CH1M|<< AND. RELIC10ES[ [ :N TL.
Stripes in froth above oval a sea \Iway.. }: .- \ ,4 .
the Stars and ,' and the whole machine shops have, everything being lighted. by an
t yard.hadtnappearanceof'festivity\ :' .. readiness. and it is only question of deck house Thi'after'fsalton;, : [ has, a As [an' example of, what, American EDITED BY_E. T. BUCDU..V' } *
weeks all of this' will be balcony and sky light t inJtbe\ :centre'for 'shipbuilders can do the following datais if
The Miami was decked from, .stem, to a few 'hen'l" i 'tatorof ethodlst Episcopal Church,Miami.
'
\ of much interestContract
/ \ the purpose! of admitting light to the ,
: I' '
,> lining saloo, immediately" beneath., Keel laid award 3d. 'Jone2'l, 1897. Rev.\Y. 'W. Faris, It D., the [new,
t July
Interiorily1' the color of the saloon iscream 'of the ;
?" I First frames erected July 81st. pastor Presbyterian Church ,
and silvery-\The 'outside, ;partition will preach in the pavilion next Sab-
1 Ship launched_ 23d.A
of eaChstateroom isi'divided into, lobe -
bath morning and
'Rev.
-, the steamer will( I, be ready for service evening.
tw'o green panels lin '"daubed" Fans
sage comes frarn PittsburgPa.where,
In December it is believed
stucco work, alternating tween slenler -, early has Jri in ,
church. _
q that this record been beaten iv bjM: charge of a !large
: leVer
jhas ,
jx i Corinthian, hlmD' | with silver and cc iiblitutes\ a .Taft to which ,theCramp His failing health,demanded a change
f % iI capitals.' 'There is a dash of gold here with of'climate.'' !: At the evening' services, -;' ,
$ can much pride. ,
I and there in ,the ornamentation, but has point Wen Mrs. M. .\. Gardner will favor thereongregation -
This
built under the
'the predominating' color;; scheme is most careful roat' |with a solo.. Mrs.' G. needs:
inspection, and in accor
: cream, silver and p ale green, a, combi- dr.ncetith the under bo introduction to our people. ; '
requirementand ,
,
r nation harmonizing significantly" with the rules of the :American Shipmas The_ usual services of:.the ,M. 'E. I
the seini-tropical"IaUtude n which thpretty. ters' Jhurcb vill be held in the new ,school
their "erj'-
= little steamer is to operate:The, Association! carrying louse next Sabbath. In our new quarters .:"
for !O
highestrating :
.ars.
dining room( is tiled throughout'with we are better able to care forour, }
She isi!, in every respect! a seaworthy,
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.. rubbery, interlocking ttle tor corres- ship-sbapertight ? craft=-and'not congregation. With 'a larger and
pond,with the trimmings., \ cooler room. and and additional seats,,
I so little after all.' when the Miami -
The forward part Of the eckoutside all can:be accommodated.At .
intoTher
of the will form 'a1 i small steers home port, she will be : .the Cathohc Church
.- saloon, i area distinguishable'a long]. off by her :.. tomorrow.
.f.' -r- t tr reserved' mainly for! the anchors and black hull and red w:4 erline'way and by Saturday, Vigil of All Saints;will bea
their davits.: Aft, in the. arner relative day of fasting and (abstiDe Ce. ',On'
uAii. the,rakish cant of her win pipes\ 'and
/,s t ;ruaIfiZVr'eTEAMsBIP I', \ positionyis' shade deckhand;:\ again slender m stsr: She is a beauty. She Sunday there will be,no morning ser, r ;

,' I'' above: this, extending the whole_ ,length! will take- her place on the route' between vice; Sunday school and Rosary at 3.80 .
-.'? stern H *" with o'ag1'nd peh nenta.. A whiteflag qnietl/"lowered,into tM steamer\ piece of thevesselis the promenade decK 'Miami and Nas au on January p.:m. On Monday, November 1;Feast t
Three-quarters of thejcircujnferenoe or; of AU Saints Mass at 7 standard '
,4 bearing the wordJ'Craraps" waved by piece and fastened,into.'poitioD. : 15th, 1898, forming a emiweekly\and ; a rs
I deck is fitted with also
from her centre,:while! the, bunting the'promenade a service bet those time; Tuesday, AH Souls' Pass
r ,The Miami.,is, a' twin screw{ steel comfortable seating.- There i will be no tri-weekly een ports At Trinity 'Church, Avenue B. and t
the Uoion"unCurled 'itseit'gracefullyon : until the last of April.' The, across
steamship of"llfcO tons displacement.Her [ trip
the breeze'.as: the, vessel plunged., principal dimensions are' Length awning in, number onltbis\ ck.\, the The'boats forward 1'; ,mid:six' .will be made: ,by this vessel in a.'\,few celebration 10th street tbere the HolyEucharistwitti will be, Sunday, a
...into the water At half; past eleven Mr.Fagler : occupy '
over, all 240; beam, 40 feet; moulded hours.
section. short address ,at 7.30 .
ships Thex a..m. Sunday
| and party'were,escorted to the peptb of hull l, 22'feet; [draught'atload-' and :cradles Thatortiorik-of, \ school 10 ,,o'clock ,
stand erected iq/root of rest on ; ) at !I ; morning prayer'
directly
"j grand\the bow of the Miami Edwin S. Cramp water line8,\! feet. l She: is fitted with the ,deck beyond the, boats will be ITEMS FROM"'COCO :,GROPE. and sermon! at '11., On Monday, the ;

,'wo sets of triple' expansion engines ol( 'ioapedotl from: pa sengers.'liThe,pilothouse 'east of'All Saints there will be a'celebration :
the then gave ,the signal'tp:,of knock away ham- the vertlcaUnt'erted type, capable ofdeveloping'a is situated.well Up (fin''the head W. W. p Culbertson, U.kn wn of \ttbe. Holy Eucharist at 6 '
wedges. I'be blow : many horse
resounded with ra combined power of the ship and ,has 'accommodations' for merchant spent \ 1e'w at Black, a: m. On Tuesday. All Saints' Day
slight
the/'t'et'lsel. '
ands
men' five: minutes'j ;'before' 1800, and 'of druing ' at a three officer,and the.\director,'of',the Point last week.' 1 there will be a celebration of tbe Holy
Iquiter at
t noon, an 'Four \
'of' 16 knot hour.
the., vessel,.freed from scaffolding speed double-furnace ? Miami and,Xasau Steamship Com pa:' ,George.\JL., Yacd__ m returned.from Eucharist at.6a... m. Next: Friday.
that', had ':imprisoned her for three a boilers supply' steam at ny. The captain's cabin indirectly a trip to Black Point, where, ihe November 5j} at 8, o'clock p.m., there !
mdnthsFlid', into, the water.amid 'a pressure of 200 pounds. The .Miami of the'wheel house'and communicates took a party of settlers.]' '.will be answering questions.Satnr- M, ;'

round ot' cheers. poles; and will two :smokestacks ( a
..Patlons"daoJ.bter.of; R W. Parsons of carry of steps. Adjoining it are stateroom' and will be an important personage :will be a beginning of a, at chism.for',
'East Fifty-F-tfthstreet Y urkastb having a Ifght'eant aft, 'and for the first\.and'seeond\ '' offiflertj The in the Grove society this:winter children Cards of admission to, the

heroine of: theday; ,,as ew, 'with :dain will have. accommodations, "for 120 passengers. ,* : director's room is''\for the,occupancy: o 1I ,The,new home of Franklin 'C. Bosh :,Catechism will be given out nextweek.At .

tily-uplifted arm ehe cracked the bot- i I Mr. Flagier or any Bother' rotninentofficial is about finished and js an ornament to , St. Agnes'. Chapel'Avenue. : F and"llth
.thHof.ohimpagneion'the': ship's ironprow Five' deckdividedin' the followingorder of the F,1:. C. By whom' business the bay fr mt.'; The oUa eadfoiiiathe street, Sunday, there' will be .a '

: near the water Iin4pronouncingat constitute inside, arrange- may call to the Nassau: ohd ofl the pretty residence of Mrs. lloore.: practicing of singing at 9.80 a. m. At,

the game,time the words: ment of the deck hull main f A.deck\waterbottomiplatform company Vsysfem1.' ; I! 1 CpU John Ai lcD nard hag returned 10 oelock": morning prayer and 'sermon ' /;

"I christen tbee )u mL'" v hurricane A light superstructure. or I brIdget from Honduras, where.he went three I ; 'at 7 pro., evensong and sermon.
deck and deck.
promenade, The engine >C to be used fornavigatia purposes several rare : On Monday the Feast of All Saints, at
months lie I .
\ brought
The,vessel cut a,deep furrow in, the and boil..r'rooms 'are' flush with the spans.the:wheel, bOlls Tiie wheel ago. 7.30 evensong and sermon fn
,wat dashing: the;*prayj\high on both steel plating that forms'the Inner skin house Is fitted wlth.,8 small. wliee tropjcal plantsjbackjamong them several ' Wednesday'evening p.m. November 8, at

of 'eidt"B"and with a. deafening' toot: of of the water-bottom,! by '''the'admissionof geared directly to',, the s'team-steering species of;:rubber and' coffee tretir'lIe 7, o'clock, Were ,will practicing ofsinging -

,wbistles.fromthey, rivertcraft, ':two water into['which!the! ship can be engines. All the usual accessories of i a proposes to start a cofpny and hu: at rSOpm.: ;. and
and 'aftl become. interested Aip a' I lajrge body o{ ; evensong .
t.! ; v stout tugs took the buoyant
L .in tow and*bruught3her' ,safely ,to the'OC.I tom is a series of_waH r- igbt compsrttnenta chelmdial\ engiq !lindica ,land.- f, ... . < '
A that make the i ship practically torsc, mpound siren whistie. speaking If,myinformant.is orre Cocoanu '
',' 'After; :the. launch(a collation was unsinkable ,(Above this comes' the tubes and self-actuating searciriighrs Grove will '!soon be able to boast of a ,By. outside :wholesale "firms yourstandingja

; ,served to> the following' membt'rs'of platform deck, set aside for the stowage will go towards the equipment iof the cooking,,'school''', in bnJel' to give the!' often calculated by the appearance

the Flagler} party who came from'NewT of therargoand the room contain: Miami, ." "f\ tThe younger generation an opportunity' to ; of, tbe Stationery' that, you
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w, irk :. R., W. :Par .,.'Col.:Horace ing the.steam steering! 'gear. On -t.he 'electric plant is as a olutelynear learpthe 'art of cooking. It will bee use., That turned out at the MZTBOP- '

Brooks, 'Mrs. Isaac Lawrence,' James main deck there ,are ',two cargo ports perfection as possible. T 'ere ar operated in connection (he House otis office is(of a qual.itY".loU.may be ,

B.'Townehdv; : \ T. !G. Eger/Jonah; forward and two'rargu' and passt'ngerports two complete duplicate installations! 'o f keepers Club, which has dt ne wonders proud of. tf ,

White, Dr Louis Livingston Seaman, afteach with 'a' regular cargo electric machinery] each, statt room for the people here. As here is no
:Mr.;and 'Mr?., William 'Winslow, Mr, deck batch. The'fore-and-aft sectionof having its own light as well as Aielec; bakery here, the bread, pie nd cake or Agricultural Column left out on ac'

and Mrs.,James S. Metcalfe, Miss ,Au this deck is taken, up by the engine trio,fanthe latter jeing',for. thle,"pur; the juvenile cookery could e.disposed O'lntofack: of space. nRuOrs

'reliatde Manriac, ,C.:: O. Cornell Jr.,. and boiler room shafts, and along,the pose of'cooling the atmosphere,]A very of, perhaps. I. ,

Mr.: and 1Irs. T. ,Y.1 Johnston, (I..'C. sides of tlhipjrkState:: rooms ,and desirable thing in >al,tropical climate. The Housekeepers held( a neeting a t
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Woodruff, J. C. Salter,'W.' IL.'Beardsleyi quarters for chief stewardassistant On top 'of the pilot use is an adinsl the Club rooms Thursday Week and.
sflPPository -
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'Capt.'George L.tNorton J.,A Me steward, chief rngit eerassistant'en able, 4,000 candle'power, searchlight,, according to reports, a large number PILES) .

Quire Miss Edith Bell, Miss 6onatanTrenbolm ;; c' gineec four seCond-ql ss;'cabins, mess and with all these la fHUes this kesse 1 were there. The Housekeepers ,will and b guaranteett'to Constipation,cure or moneyrefunded.lso Pile ... ,

Mrs. Theodore'Scburmeier,, room for oilers,, me!4','room, for 'pett, will,simply be.a, blaze '0, (."beautyrfro m arrange another entertainment 't.arly) ; per box. : Send for '
'}Irrand',1rS.-'Julius Chambers;' F. S i officers, bar room ;and pursers' ,office. stem to.stern., ** \ in November. A Series of these affairs list of testimonials and free Sample to ,.

} Woodruff, M.is8JuJia\ Russell Parsons,I The forecastle! te devoted.to,"cargo-<<: This beautiful st el' steamship i s I will be given during the se son., ,The Lancaster MARTIN RUDY Pa. For* Registered sale by leading Pharmacist droeirists -; _

Hiss Jennie ,L%: Stratton, E.. ;Plattptratton hoisting machmeryand'anchor.hfunK probably the finest sse1. of her\|elas I ladies are bound to make things"livel; ,and In Miami,Fla.by W.B.BOXEY. {'

,, :Walter. .B T. Jones' )(r., engines; the winch'of ,the former can afloat, :All. .her=.fittings_ ,combine. ", ,in sa, for all who spend; the:winter here, and .
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'i- THE MIAMf METROPOLIS, OCT. 29, 188fl. :,,"


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'i lP Niagara wheels: for rent at The \ A DISSIPATED. DOG. flower,* and former attempts to obtain
DIRECTORY
1I11 Cycle Co.'*. Th AmtMal, HM a WeakB... fr Get- enliphtenrient as to the ,plants 8e- GENERAL. OFFIGUL
i I .. 1 scribed in Miss Corelli's books have i ;'
tlaic om a Spree. ----
CXEST WAY'TO A FORTUNE. Fort Logau. CoL, |bat a favorite who proven un, uccessful. CITY OFFICERS..

!I ''r the. cause, of (more 1emi>>eranee 1t'C- MATOR-John B.Reilly. .
,Thousand Acres of Truck Farming Lands 9pe e" Baric. ALDERUKK-Joe. McDonald, Hon.* _
tur 's than all the frequenters of that remarkable '
and Other Desirable Property For Sale. poe ; put together{ frays the', St. Louis A ease of the, ecovery of F. S. Morse, W. M. Brown,E. I* Brady,' '

4 shavefor sale abont four thousand (Jlftje-Demoorai.1 l\e has contracted\ 'speech< anq hearing i reported 1 tn the Frank T.Bndae. D. Cosgrove, Walter 8.' : *'

lands and lands bn.hit\rir\ London Lancet from the canton of Graham. "
of track farming the had indulging in the flowing -
hltfor oranges, lemon, and all bo\rlandwheninthev' ,cinit> of theeauleeu Ticino In, Switzerland. .\n Italian,. CIT CLKRK-John )[.Grabam.llusn.u""YooDg .

of tropical fruit, situated ou Ila\ : aged 41 years, who, five.years ago became F.Oray.. _
'
-about the time of pay daevptjoialljf > CITY SCBTTTOR\. L. Knowlton.
lI.t.is.'T '! ', the garden spot 'of the work a deal mute in consequence of a
\ -lie sure to more or
w get PaufDXNT aP CotrNctL-Hon. F. S.
: ;
'city lots at Lemon City, and about serious disease, was startled kth. sudden ,
t less iiitoxU-jteUJoii the offering of the Morse.
\ ,
; fine front land between ,,
1 acres of Bay appearance of a runaway hor \". '
lou
hbo\A, whh like to share withthwf STANDING COMMITTEES
: Riv" and Biecayne Post Office': I
r As he jumped aside to avoid the animal ON FtNurcBr01tD Budge and Ito
tJie ,
domiciled favorite good things of the .
be found at orange
qty be uttered a-doud\ wredm, and after it Donald..
: three miles 'northweet of Lemon day wbiHa ('Otu'ell but 00l"8a month.
had gone (found that he was able to ON Rtn.ES AND ORDINANCES-Oraharu,
write for Jerry Simpson in the ranks
) prices. is a private
Please !
talk and her McDonald and Brown. 4ON
'" ; j / T. D. WRIGHT, Agent, and lia a total abHtainer. never goioi? STREETS' IMPROVEMENTS t x
,', i4/Rp Lemon City Dade Co-;Flat near the <-anh'*" ."x(' pt when orrlerel Donald, Uuegrove AND and Bndgo. 't-; :

'. . i here en <:iity to esrtirt(' to the jfuanlI'Oiise <1 "....oa. ON SANITATION-Budge, 'Brady andCoegrove. ,:

Bicycle' forks reset from sic up. *t, tho:e wlio 'are unable to pick "We can 1"11 understand" said the ,:
1'- .' Miami Cycle Co.' their vaU>, the barracks.. On such 1 spokesman; sheriff, "", hy {it is ON WATER AND FWB PBOTBCnoHCoaerore -
i I : an o tiMon Ite not -an uncommon I that you : the pardonof : ; McDonald and Brown.
{ thingl for jo ON POUCR AND CHAsmia: =Brady,
hU
.letry find Colonel, famous this man Do you thrnK hun Innocent
: retrieveprone1 on the floor ,inthe ?" Coegrove and Graham! "t'

: highest stage ofJqt"briation. chewing "XoJ _0
POHTUA8TKR l.un-1.. S. Warner.,
Ft.V. M1A'MJ 11 last remnant ofagoodAi2edjag.Colon "Do you think he would reform if AT
+ ASSISTANT P081'KAlTEB-FrQt Pierc.
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1 is kept, by' his master for his, ghen his.liberty, ?" '

tisefu nekton the hunting fir-hi. though "No."" : STATE OFFICERS. _

he we uld not suffer for a home H.I longas "Then hy/have; you-,?* or (Offices at Tallahassee,Fli.) .

RESIDENCE anv of his moon companions reniaJnetl -. "Oh, I want to get rid of nlnC' broke OOVRNOR-Wm:'D. Bloxham. ,
BUSINESS and
: dearly| and keep Iwm wen fed and up- tile ford.CoupTEOLtKR .
Wm. If.
Reynolds.
l plied ",Ith'toh.\'q-forthe; Colonel also Then it ,was that they recalled that TREASURER-B. Whitfield.ATToawStOasma.Wm. '"'

'i i LOTSow likes a taste of the herb niootina when "this was one'.of the sheriff who :are B. Lamar.BlTPCRINTKNDENT ,
r he is din the diicips after soaking his much
given so a day for dieting the,prisoners OF PUBLIC'INSTRQC-
4 \ I I' head in the stable bucket on' the morning and make a good thing out of It. TION.Win X. Sheata. t:

Now For SalePrices : - I j following a eblu ch. He is a Chicago Post. lMSIONEIlovAoalcu'LrVEEL.B .. :t L
,/ troubled speoter: when in his moods Wombwell. ,

.. ,' I after 'O"prinR'f.om\ ; ,the good things From"His Point of View.; proun-OD2uL-TPatrktHau: i:
of the night before And seta very much "Whj, sir, said the man Of radical

t i like one of the two-footed revelers who ideas, "a hog won't': touch intoxicating SUPREME COURT JUDGES ,
# Frpm $100 to $1 000 Per Lot 'enticed him from the sedate quarters liquor." R.' F. Taylor, Chief Joatiee.F. .' '
B.Carter Associate Justice.
of his. wne.r. Private Simpson keeps "I hate huhd that fact stated befo,
Warm in"lute heart for the forlorn replied Col. Stillwell, "and t hare been M. H. Mabry. Associate Joatica.
a place '
: to toc tion. Impressed with, nature's ivisdom! in Communication to: any of the State r
According canine when he is seduced by the Officials or Supreme Court Judges should ,
1 canteen crowd into a bibulous condition. making! such an arrangement., .1 know be addressed to Tallahassee, Florida j
: of nothing mo' repugnant to my feelings .J ,.j

/ 1 l ; I than"the Idea of wasting liquor on US.SENATORSFROM FLORIDA \

Railroad fare to Miami over the Flori,la':East Coast Railway will be refunded to FAIR FIELD FOR WOMEN. such a vulgar and unappreciative'quad. Hon.:Samuel Paaro, Montioelle, Fla. -'' ,t f,,;i-
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t f each purr were of a lot, provided pnrcbas will produce receipt for such fare' which \ -- : ruped sub."-Washington Star., Hon. Stephen, Mallory, TaUah.ee0', i I :7
A Welter Telia What Her FeminineCoYYorkera .
w
1. receipt will]te rptived as cash in part payment for lot. fthoald Have. .Family Trouble. Fla.,: #II. '

/ Gall on JOHN B.REILLY, Agent, *. All women who are' active' in businessor :Mrs.. Neighborly ha\en't seen your: UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN 0 *" ,.

professions want is a fair field andnofavorsaj : parents for ever so long. ,' FIRST DISTRICT,Embracing the East _, ,:
/ Land Miami .
1_ : ', Fort Dallas, Company, | 's Margaret Sangster in Dem- Little Faun Mamma has got little, Coast-Hon. B. W.Davis, Palatka. :

OrI J.E.I INGRAHXM, Vic .restt! orest'a Magazine, ,We ask' for nothing baby,(and cannot come! out .. SECOND DISTRICT-Hon. 8 M.-Spark- ,''

: t -,on the, ground of sex. We are willing Mrs. \eighborly-And what has your Ulan, Tampa. "' .
.6. i./o-tf-ial, Fort Dallas Land 60., St. AugustineFla.BIOS to compete with)and work with men papa got?, J

,on their own,ground: and desire to be Little Fannie-He got six, months,; ", RAILROAD COMMISSIONEoS. ,
measured.by the witne standards. We and he can't come out, ber-Tain-. .R. H. M. Davidaooi Quincy.FU, 0 OWn ;
demand ;'no courtesy! further!than that : many Times. 11. E. Day Gain.ville. *
Phosphate Co J,31. Brvau, Kisfeiiriunea. '
; JLittre Fertilizer % :, ; which 'prevails betweengentlerpen.; we ,Poor Hewn.MaudWe're.getting . John L .Neeley, Jr., Clerk, Arcadiat:: "
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expect no deference; In :,business, life- a of Headquarters and offices of the Board :,
t- ( men andl women, are"simply? workers up game I at Tallahassee.. "
progressive, euchre] and are trying'toresurrect
,
i : JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA, and the more the element.o sex,is intruded ;:r ----.t .\ jo .l
a, few1, prizes. : Haven't you
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" the greater ,the' interferencewith UNITED'STATES COMMISSIONERS 1
,
V : some little trinket or other to.contribute John ana Feather :;
the success,of women.I B.Keilly Wesley H. "

' : Manufacturers of HigFGiae F rlili r know a young_ 'omao"" who went, BegThat'? the' :'matter with taking ly MiamL' 'J t.:

|nto a new'spa per office on a purely bus me? '
f3TiI DISTRICT
SENATOR FROM
l. nt6s err -to sell an 'article, iu fact .
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Maud-Oh,we have a booby prize, already t Embrnrlnr retard and Dade COUQ ".\ <;
: .
-r-and, wart I indignant: because the revporters *-N.Y.Journal. Hon. E. N.:Dimick, Palm-Beach_ ,
use the ,Best Fertilizer, because' the best 'is all of'whom, were busy'wirit- :. .
Tomato ; 'row'ers should! -
: ; '
ing. did obit jump to,their feet'and, offer Queer JtBff. DADE COUNTY -REPREsENTATIVE-
t ; the, d eo ,et. her ta'set.. They.were absorbed In Journalist! Ego Did you read my article Dr.. B, B. Potter,of Wee;PalmBeach. '

their work, and moot' of them were this morning? i ----
1-1'T t " Tattle Bro V gltalileN I!. 1; and i' Little Bros :Tomato; probably) pnconscious{ of her presence; Journalist Persiflo-Yea, mom cher*. I COUNTY :OFfiCER .' ',' , ;

Special are the Best!Brands: on the Perhaps 25,.women enter t the'office of a read it three times, f' CountJudge-Allen'' E. Beyser, JUDO :. .*
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\" : : great York daily every day. You Journalist Ego-Ah you flatter me-- County Attorney' "-B.R.TaIlor.Miami. :,
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i.: r. \ \ \ market for tomatoes. can Nell 1 see' how it would interfere -Journalist Persiflo-Not at all. I Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder of .;

'if' 11 \ j 'r. i \ .. 1 with business if the [!reporters should read it thrice and still I don't catch(;n.L'II1ustre Deeds-A. F. Qninby, Juno.;. .,...
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Sheriff-B. Js Chilling rth, "West
ELLISi de Poche.A ,
JOHN Agent ,
: 'j dr ,, -. ', immediately stop writingand pay them I' Palm Beacb. ." "" '
: ; 1 ... the little attentions they are
; tr'I I \ '.\ : j MIA. dI.'LA. accustomed Great;Memory. Collector of Taxes--T.J.i,Hardee, Co ;'
'I' 't.f i to in tbe"d..awlng-room. He-I suppose! your thoughts were all coanut Grove "',
' woman who expects the>e shows,her on your new bonnef during the. sermon, Assessor of Taxes-G.C. Haight, West -
'J ,Ignorance of business they are Palm Beach. i i -:'
: ( ; necessary this morning? I -
h to.her peace of mind,she bout of She-Xo, indeed, they were not!; :Treasurer-J. F. Lamondj West Palm .:

t\1 Miami place in,the business,world. '. "1 don't believe iou ran repeat anything Beach.Surveyor-Franklin l sheen..West Palm "

: \ t' I that was said during the service."' Beacb. .

: !'Q i r I WOMEN AMONG. : ,FLOWERS. Yes I can, too, i I heard a lady behind County Superintendent{, Public Instruction :
{ nte ''Isn't it ?" '
,Sch.ol of Gardening.(for Olrla tm mi Statesman1.say: stunning -Z. T. Memtt Buena Vista. k;,
: Yonkers '
i Suburb of B I. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER* "i-+
I ; I I 1 tells! 'N. W.Pitts Lake Worth, hairman.G. .
1 I, A Londoij paper of a school of A Lnatr One. ,
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: gardening. II1l i suburb of , W. Lainehart, Palm Beacb. '
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girls Ber "Ah said the Fold resident to ,the .
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} .1 1 linIt a ,new venture, W. J. Shone, Cocoannl Grove. .__
isj tomparativel. youthful father. 1.1 congratulate.
The Nw; 1Williperat to E. L. WhiteLemotl'City.r :;
i aving beenl,founded ;trio"years
". ago bye I hear Jt's'a daughter. It won't belong w. S.Tanore, .o18. Sonnd. .'-,:
"... -' \ 1 \ : privat4 lady. At present it seems tot till she'll be a young lady". m I society Clerk and Auditor1 of Board-A. :F.Qainby ; :'
> r r the- 8ucceedl g.\ The pupils-iS in num my boy." I ,Jnno.CIRCUIT . .

; ,: 'T ermina lD VelQ; r- da the work entirely ,without ex- "1 guess not. She gives a ball every I--' ?

aid r grossing'apl sorts of vegetables night now," was the weary answer.- COURT OF SEVENTH ju"i

; ft Y_, eVi'r : ;as\Vel 1 as.applei,melons,grapes, Detroit Free Fresi. DICIAL, CIRCUIT.Embrmeinr .- -;
ON.i 'pearaand cu.-umbers,for"which: : a ready '( Dade and oth Counties. '
1 NORTHERN l OR THE CITY. Incredible. \jCircntt Judge ohn_ D. Broome Or-
f : etde, is. |oun The/\wear,a; dark gray Father'Bliss-Xly daughte lliuses lando. ] I
/ Uniform, consisting of a bodice and a .
\t quite an active.mind,I believe.! Prosecuting Attorney-J. D. Begga,
reasonable
f. J skirt which
length by 4
11 of
1 \ 't j Teacher-She does she say she can: Orlando. .
": ,I ':No: th.4Midmi'!;! ' Lots are, 'Qrily-haf"a: } ,mile\ from the New: an ingenious i arrangement, can be think almost as fast! ;as,she can 'talkCptoDate. /- Clerk of Court-. F Qoiaby,Jnno. ,' ;',
; ; made 4ite short for workanltinand letdown t '
Fall Term of Circuit Court convene
; : : Terminal: I or a'l[few:minutes' w alk.i! ,\Size. 60x100. at \\iTh girls beat allithemen on First Monday, after,Fourth:Monday ;
: rear .ti I at"a reee board of agriculture ex Completely Gored. in November. 1 :' ')
I !; : _Alley in oftavery)lot. Goo and bre.ezt amination aid one of them\hasp just .Miss Jennle Crass, the fell In lovC Spring Term on. First Monday after -J
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;'f. > ,' : j'.: ,,"v :" locations." .. \ ". \i K btained It a post as gardener to a gentleman This And sudden married'change Charlie would Hay:indicate' Fourth, Monday' in-April..+- . :.,"j:1
salary of with
a $120 a feir. .
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1 That abe la
eured they :
say.
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I '50.00; : \! $75,00 \ board and .lodging. They are all fine i Tonkera Statasman.TOCCHIXO .: DADE COUNTY\ COURT.. .i-J

ij PRICE. Tb\ specimens: of,healthy r vigorous young I 'I County Judge-Allen E B He. B.' Juno.* 5 f':4r*
= -,
Prosecuting Attorney Tayloy
!womanhood thia, the THOrCHTS. I _
t : (Commenting-on '
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jrf \ Miami.: -
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i" had hey.will' lady says: erhaps we, see the thinedge "' :j
Buy.onewhile: ..:they may be dheap. I Winter Term-First)Monday in Jan. -
of 4)the) wedge! In the near future i ark 'j
: : "''l.b worthdouble! 'a ,few, months' hence\ when the, New 1 women may be eligible,for head gar(< q Spring Term-First,jMonday in April. .;

minal \ completed Terms: \ deneiV posU a t good salaries. And'w hy IJJ J ) Summer Term-First Monday in July.
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;. IT ,, 'Easy' not?. W: have finer taste than, ,men anshould \ fall Term-First Monday in Octooor.it-
be putt<> in our element designing

< 1, Bobbins &Graham, \ exquisite p fasure'grounds., As for 1u.| 8.LAND OFFICE.OAINSVILLE, FLA ?!
'f the suitability' ,of the 'em'plo'mentit.: t.D. Wainwright, Receiver.t' l-'f

+ >: '' 12ui ? -tf-f5. A '1_ c VER,:POST- O.FFICE\ : may v\ork be than'urged tJ lat of digging the'athletic'wom-is not harder :: J-M Barco, Bgister._ |. ,,:J t

maiy !
. . '.... '4 "I.t \ an'a'recreations, none it',a'dirtier process '!L !Dewing machines end machine parr. :'I

","'' ".; 1 ..; '' ... +1' Imported Florida frown.-one: Vnelta/Abajo year,,eee"$l per ot,,ilOperpAnndv 5 |',, :than :tramping through- wet'turnip, repaired: at TbeMitmi:Cycle, Co.'.. }.""

t.. 'y Snnatra. 45c perm to |7XOpr lb. Manufacturing field* after *guni| .' \ 1 \\l t 1- a .. :<
\ : 1' Leaf Tobacco a0G pr o*.. 44 pr lb. FIELD AND . f
T .8 1.- Cheap Wild Lands. : ,.
... GARDEN SEEPS -Cora Field arletlee.40c.r qt. \
', la.cco I ee. port paid,tl. 0 per bu. freight not paid' Sugar The Poison Flower., '; .. \, We offer 60 acres with good front on the
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J,; v ." VarlrtJw,25cprqL.poit not, prepaid.ICufumbr.|'W,.50r$2J5 per, firlgbt Ibpootpaid orex-. ,- ,will no,al\ aye do to press a real'frticXnovelist \ -' Bay situated on Key Largo, nearPnmp-
press
[:nos ,SOc I'f"rJb po" t pai r Ib or over not prepaid IV>prllt. All other seeds at equally zqrrlb'ralen International- 'number of Na'tre Notes, the, organ oi brings back most touching thoughts.jit lot lor'eection IS,Township, South" :;".
f toe* Food.SO* t'INeroatloaal; Poultry J'ood3 t'per pk .. Range 40 Eaet. Price $18 per'aCre. I '
"> "l [ the Selborne society, an inquirer writes }
.101. \. Wan> 7tfhr.\\; f\ Jacknonvlile: ;FlAk |She-Why, bow is that? I
Also lot 4 of 0n81.aDdlotaland"
; : to,ask:. What is the .lionHowemen- ( 8@lC .
po ': rile has\never:fet llied, the money ne 2] of, eection 62, Township 60 South p
tied in ihe 'Sorrows of Satan/ ,chapter '
' borrowed from me two years agoN.I' ;"= -t oRange 37 East-111 acrea. Thuiapeninenlanear'Madeirs j
: A' 28. ,thes! 'poison flower* which, bril; \ Times, Hammock, on ...
J1iiin ni lion, at'the ,officof > plant .aDd perfect in ahapeez, !\ .,.. \h the mainland. It has mile of nice eh U i i h

1nntan s 'the METROP- kales death tijose who pluck it from,, ,-' -t. OrcrivorLeiUWith !beach nd madeira timber._ Price (3 per y
; I'it.tsW ?"'- \vT e this the editor dryly earnest words he:sought to' lead I Ii ..,
HIS brothers to abctUrllfe
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L _replies "We\dolnot\ :know, the' 2.18-tt BOUINI'k (
.. -.1C r ,,, - ,.- :, \ > ''poison Ana labored till he could not treatWitlitatatmoaconrtasyhiawiirti i IlunAY1- ..

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[ : }L_" r\-\ = _. : :, \ ,THE MIAMIHMETR6POLIS' ( ,. Op T. 26, 1897. '" 1 < ,



'i"!.. '- : I ,.' \ ORANGE PLACES OF 'INTT REST. Ten Acres at North:Miami ;. .. y
1 L'IIN AN GROVE.ll \ 11
i Being the s Jf of ne J{of ne U of Section -, ... =
North Miami l Town Lots r! \ ,1 ll rI To Ba'Been In and..About Miami and Biscayne, 36, Township 6-i: Sonllrot Range 41 V

; I BY FRANK H. ;WEST.Dark Bay. .: Miles."I East, lying between the railroad and Bay,
'. 1L- ; close to iLo Buy. Good):uu}. ':Price '!'
King and SpanIsb Mackerel Fishing 10 very
'\'r.; "R. \!:! g"ng in Price From $30 to $150. green and !swaying lightly In the breeze", Rapids.Tarpon cube Miami.. . .. ." .. . .. 4, 81.300- . -
I , Each branch% ,.t'ott! ef pendant, golden balls The.Florida Ever fades.. . .. ....... ..., 4" 2-I8-tf RnBitra &c GBAHAX.
\. A S elf 1 LUt'of. :':13- Biscay Propertjhuit i Tbat gleam front out the blossom-Jaden walls The Seminulelndlan Punch Bowl and it'uin5: .s., .::::.? ::' : : :,: 9 f -

1=... \ .. T1eL ,' and Cheap Land for\Ih\e| [ tnren.t. I II. With fruit halfg'owntbllk| banging on the trees Cape Florida and the Old Light,, . .. . ,.. 8. 1
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. ... ., . 15 : .
I\ \ : Proof, Beamier\ grange l .Groves; 'And swarms of fuzzing, honey-making bees The Fowey Florida Rocks Beefs Light. ..'. .. : . 1". 11 NATIONAL: = -:- \.
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j\ : No. I Phosphate Lands.\ .And mockingbird whose' rich, responsive Deep Sea: Fishing. . .".. ..E...I..', .. ...,. 13 Home-Seekers
I .' .' \, .- cans / ; The Coral l Gardens.. . ,. ,. .l t. .L L' : ....I. 30 *

\ Choice Property of Every: Description!IS I Make muilu in the fragrant' citrus walls, Bear Norris &t\-: '.'. .::' :'.:: :'. .:::rd. \4.:>:::::::: J REAL
That only with the glowing noonday cease. C sar's Rock and Creek .. .. .'u .:....1.1.; 25 : ESTATE" EXCHANGE. V
I MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION1! BATH THE\, EAST AND \ Stray drafts of light down quiver th&the green. Klliott'S KIY\ :. . . .. .I..i .. . .|}f. 25 \ .
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tbat'ple behind the blossomsfair 'Key lArgo. \ \ .G.
1 Dark leaves :. '' . V ..
\ J rVEST C )AS'r.E. I The Hunting: Grounds : ;, .r\ f f. 15
Sam Filer Grove . .v.. :L..i.I {:**" .. . *
\ V'' Long lines of trees'In tank and file are seeD, Little River. .. . .\ . :.. :..j.rq.; (... .. 1. 5 1 ExhangirJg Property for Property a .'
A. L4de11 . . . .. . . ,
: everywhere Arch Creek \ :\ \ 1 ((13 .
And birds and blossoms! mingling : Natural Bridge .\..' ., .,..'J. is Specialty 'Send Description of what
marltf-if. \ tam 1. :E'f"iI And over all a'Sen5e'o calm serene Cocoanut Orove. *\ {.I.I.' ..... 6 have and what want.MALABAB ..
l' iroa you
Unconsciousness of worldly aim or care. Lemon City.. \ .. .. .. 5BnenaVUta
.?.. : :. \: ;;\4.\ >:. .. --.>. i' INDIAN BITER Puri
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PUCE DALE. R. L. .
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I Cutler ... ... . \ ..k. , '.' 15 j I
IbeRoytt Palms '. . \ .! .j\j:. .. .:4 6 C c. CARROLLrlet
I . .. .J., ..... <
The Giant Bamboo ;4. 5
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1 'I Wheels! rented icy the week at New Wild Orange Wild Lemon )k,;.L..ix VV-S 2 Is. Real Estate Agent
York prices. 'The [Miami Cycle Co. Wild Lime Groves. .. .., ..k' .1. .. :.. 2
1 Baker's Haulover 1'-. .T\.'.. .. ., !15
Snake Creek.. i i\: I,.. . .. \20rue iIAII :
ON : Crocodile Pond . . . .1 . .. W PAINT HOP'House
DISSERTATION FRUIT '' V "
A House of Refuge ,. .. '_.J.; ..1"... . JO I
-L-. Indian Creek and Oyster' Beds . . 10
.I \ Will Boon I The Old Ruins on the Miami :.:'. \.\,. . .. \l2 17 T. J. WEAVER PROPR., rrt7
The Luscious "Indian Kivu.Orance" Fort UalUs. . ... . .. .. '
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\7 ? Reappear" In' Northern Markets. I i, A Cruise on the Bay oj Florida iuL\m D& : :Sign and CarriagePainting

.: > -+- ... I The Florida:'Gull Stream i'r": :: :. : : :: \S '
\\. S.Thomas in National Hotel Reporter.In EUht Hour Salt to,the Bahama Banks .?....
the course of'another year: or two ., J ,

the famous Indian\! Itiver oranges of Ho For Cocoanut Grove. ,I
fast and commodious 1 launch
The
!
.. Florida will be'as 1 numerous in :the
uDaiml r" leaves Peacock wharf at Cocoanut -
// American markets as ever. The frost Grove every morning except i Decorative Vail Paper Hanging:a spec '

of three years ago }\'iped thl orange Sunday at 8 o'clock for Miami, arriving ialty. Graining, Hard-wood. Finish "-:

from view ,- together :':with the entire, at foot of Avenue D. at 9 o'clock, ,ing and KalsOming. All work
leaving Miami for Cocoanut Gr.oe'at guaranteed.. Best of refer
I'I I orange crop of Florda.\ 10 :S()' a. m.. Fare 25 cents each ;way. I ences will : be ,given..

r The Indian River range had become Will make special trips, returning to Ave.D and 9th 8k,, MIAMI' FLA. ;.
: famous with the tourists who have for Miami in the ev fling for 'accommodation '11 may97-fyhf.:

t years visited Eastern Florida, and the of parties,at very reasonable rates.
Go down and pend a'day or two at
I ... freeze was serious blow to the resort
\ Cocoanut Gro\ej the prettiest place on ;THE PEACOCK INN
l' \ hotels. However, it will be gratifyingto the Bay. Spend] aday at the home-like :

j.,. : know that the trefta have nearly at- Peacock Inn and see the avenue Of royal , ON-t-
I Ik' LOCATED :
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# 4LT- (KcI.1dDSAFETY ( tamed their former growth and \\jllsoou I palms, clumps! of giant bamboos: and T ... to ,

., "1; .1, )\ be in bearingagiin.One many vicinity other interesting|.: sights,VS.in :the tf. BISCAYNE BAY, V ,

who was not in I .Florida, I :, at the Wheels cleane!inside and out. for 75c' \ Five mile south of Miami. '

I \- MWIFORTI! QUICK TIME LOW RATES; time of the greatfree hardly appreciate by The Miami Cfele Co.. \ The oldest and largest hotel
ktiat
the loss of, | one night tc m on the Bay. Headquarters .. ,
.F net, Cuisine and Service. Ko Trangfer Between Jaclsoniille and Kew York. Besides Bay Front For Bale.Twentyone . '' for the Biscayne. Bay. Yacht :
the State. the
: people '
{ The Fleet U composed of the following Uamlioine Hew Sleel3teamere deriving '\ Club. 't

Comanche (newt') t Algonquin, i I Iroquois i: Cherokee, i Seminole.. of the country of |one of the finest t 400 feet on the.Bar.acres A with splendid a' frontage piece'of of DaflySteam\ ,Launch Connection'With Miami
it ruined of
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t ; luxuries, hundreds orangE e land lying between the place of It. R. Men
,. \ NORTH-BOUND. growers who were i Cprmick; and tba of A. R. Simmons, ;Rates, 82.00 Per Day and Upward. :f

Jacksonvllle.'Fla]1 Steamen. 1Ire' appointed to sail according. to the tide. comfortable circumstances, and .man y south of. Cocoanut Grove. The fines Special Bates by the Week. .
From (railing at Charlenton),
From Charleston. S. C-., : Mondays Suodaya.TuesdaysandThursdays., W ednevlava and Fridays. of whom' have since \Sacrificed then r piece of land for sale on the Bay for the ,(CRASS PEACOCK & SOX ..
For hours of Bailing. sea "Clyde. Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily_ ,i.>.tx p.I >ri.. ' money Price $4,600. Will take .one- hipiettR, ...
u. groves elsewhere
con. and
I secured employment half cash or only one-third cash if fiecesry. '
SOUTHBOUND.Steamers
I i COCOANUT GROVE, FLA.iaOpen 7' :
1 are appointed'to sail from Pier, East Rlvfer. Kejr York' at S p. m. as follows: j| I .gl
IPorCh.rl 11ton.S.C;,- Mondavb. h'edne.daysaol Friday.. But on the other hand many of the 2-18-tf RjpBBiya-! &"GRAHAM.sa All the Year. M ;
F Jacksonville Fla, (calllnj) .at Ch.rlel! DMObd'r, Wednesdays and Friday growers hate' remained with their .

1; v. Clyde, New j l England: : :'arid Southern Lines, (Freight). farms{and. by careful'.\attention!! 'have' The Plant System. t
' done wonders toward redeemingthemselves -
'\. Callli'g at Charleston, S. C., both ways: .\ / i\, .2'1
I '. ,STEAMERS' "DELAWARE" AND ''GE(>. W. CLYDE.." and today the tries are as green Perfect Passenger Service. :!
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and as'can be and
pretty give promise
f I J' Are appointed to sail at follow i\ ''
't., ., FroLa foot of Hogan TULKS\Street iJAY8 Jackbonville> *: From Lewis's Wharf. Boston of bearing in the next year or two. Reaching the Most Important Points in Georgia, ,Alaban& 'I

\ "1 \ FRIDAYSCLYDE'S freeze did not succeed in '
The killing
: South Carolina Florida Cuba and

ST.; JOHNS RIVER LINE.DE . every orange in the State.. Thousands '!Novafenotia., .
i
of boxes have been shipped north each
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I (DE BARY LINEI) ; j II' 1. ,

ksenville; ,.ffidatka, Sanfordf..'Enterprise, ';/%,, and Intermediate year?\and .at the rate :,of increase,,:,the :Moa ple ac1id Hotels'.x '

. Zandiugs' D"e\' St. 7o ns'\RJe\ ,.. I"ar crop promises to be equal to its former
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:'t .' --The'elegant aide-wheel kteamer4--\' I self' in a few; years, providing. another :

;" ; ITY ,OF'; JACKSONVILLE I such calamity does not befall the Florida -
,. t '
1 I .APTAI'fW. A...SItAW.'I\ ''I'I'I, orange grower. f

i.ea'e. Jacksonville.-..,!- -.'.".'4.'' .....hj.] .... ..SilDdarlTnelldlir., and Thursdays at 8'80 p. m ,' The, lime has become :one of'the raided -
Returning Leaves aaaford: ;}...{.... ,.., ,. ..."Mondays. Weduesdays ,and Friday at 9.00 a.i m luxuries at Florida resorts! and, it I
.
,Ii\OU'fn.BOU\D': ,, ,'" OR'fH.BOUl'I promises to take the place of the lemonin
. SCHEDULE \ I '
Read dam .t \ I! i Read up 'The Florida 'lime\ a'fe
(LeaTc, 3.110 P.IO.T: --.-t....:."......JA K&IJNV1LLE. ,. :..- ,. '!Arrive ,* oo a. in many\ cases.' ;
8. 45 p. m. \ Fklstkat .{ :l ''BOOp.m. years since wa* considered worth: t-
8 ta) a. m. ;:: '; : :,Astor. 1 '. -. .. 1 3 t
:: ; : t Sip m. it is caltivated'as '
43O ant : H':. ...::$r> Francis :; : :r. rr 100 p. m: less., :today as extepsivel! f .:
. .
resford 11 3o troplcallr.ui ) and the demand i
..I -ilooa.m.j <:.. ,... ...... .. .. ...BlueSprings. ., I 11 00 a a. m.mPOO any .
Arrlye .8 so a. aa -. ,j. . . :.... ... .. :-.18&olor.I.\-. : : .'t.( '\ \ .. ":: a. m for.-it is ,increasing year after .
: 9 2-\ m_, .. . . ..' .:....H._.E aterprlae.L\ . .. .i 1 '*, 9 80 a. 10 r.A i lime ina' of Rater -
ye \ squeezed. : cup .
,' General Passenger- and Ticket Office, 204 We t Bag Street, Jacksonville.UNO. and drank before, brf.aktast.every. .,t
i. excellent :=--
morning is consider an .
'. t", HOWARD'f'' '" F, M IRONMONGER, ..IA. ,,P. P.. A- '' :
I 11' be
Lime
i I tcsQXVILLz Fr A. I : : tonic. -juice w| ,,, prepared .r; f.Jf:
'T. O. EGER, T. :M. W.'H WARBUR roN. E. P. A'M\ S BOTTLIKO ORXCK,.KXW'TORKWM. I I'it lor
w .t'''''' 1 shipped north /or, use during the off .f
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. Greens New:"York City:. "*_ W So. Del. ,. season. : i' :
r. 6 Bowling Ave Philadelphia.; 1.7d1G&Fgia The industrious' : residents' of the In the West Coast/Region( of Florida. 1

Lower East',Coait of Florida have ths THE PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE. .
r So ern'andtFl .
p rida..R'Y. summer canned such rare tropical ;

: i ; ; I Iy i fruits as pineapples i \ sappodillas, goa-' Steamers Plying!I between, Port Tampa, Key 'West and: '. f.JTfp'* Jt

t 'lh"S" w n e River Route.TaTslo . i iI \ vas,and mangoes!,which 'are"scarce dur, Jlavana:; and between Mobile:and Port Tampa. : 'i
; : 'l .ing' the hotel 1\ ason. These will be .
\ B. 'V. WRENN C. MCFADDEN _
t Tlmi: Ttuae 15 I conspicuous am ng the delicacies offered H4 "
; 3597 to ;tickle toe palate 'of,-the.tour Pass. Traffic anager. Asa't Cren'l,Paa Agt. .. -
l..i.sOUTH BOUND I\ t "STAi10NS' \ N >NORTHBOUND jet at the hotels this winter; .' Sa..va.na.h. a&:: : ,

N06 No.3,, 'lNol' _. 1- \\N02 No4 ,No6 Cocoanut Groye, Fla. F.,M.: JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent; Jacksonville, Fla. .;

\ :1..;::... '250 P. 8. B A Leave;.?. .....Atlantd..Arrlve 13 I, II 143... !I .. '...<'t.. Anew ;'stock of.:bicycle saddles just
... ,.: .... .'. It 18 11 40 .' Arrive.Maenn.'Lesve 440 \ 4 1541'fU ....:'.... The ''Miami > Co.'a. I
I'M at P Mill":' &. Lease........... aCOn.......,..Arrive 411I1 I'i T 00 Tag 1j 00 &. II received at .Cycl<
l 1.. $ : t'5.A. 2 tPjJIArr1Te:...l.......;:,! .;Leave :120' r' l 43 'I8 Mallory S'eijDship' Liqe
1840 800 800 :- ..:..._:::..... ... 100; 12 25 0.0 +:A Te1nptinr.Offerl] ; ,.
30119. 440 68 5 .:.....-.f...; ;....Tlfton--.t.. \... 11 OG '::\.10112 P x 600 It
...... 640 e)6' .._h....:....... .'.. 1002' II lit ..1....- We offer lots. lJ2and 4 of., Block E .. .
t.\...... .4:1 7:1S ;.............Lak..City: \ : 5.' 9',lo' II 900 ., ., Miami. situated the south
"'hJ. They are{ on
.... se). 10iO. ...i.... ......YALATSA::...l.J...,.t... 8IU, I 44 b .i.... .. (1t.Y.&T..8.CO.) VVf
.. 110 !-I S 13 .r,x Lel\"e.. ,_.. ..11tton.v ,.Arr1ve 1 \ t 11 69 r x ... . Bide of the river. These lots comprise' a V
1..1. .0 Atrlve.r.urWATCrnas..Leave .t. .f.. tract of land havind a frontage of 114 feet \
8 00 11'531 4o
.t::t.I .::;: T80 1215' I ...:. :: :JACISONVTLLE ;:::..,L_, y,20 \\JI j 00 .::t,:.: facing. the'; river; also: 100 feet front on Key West Flab rMCT New York M

;. .._ '130 4 x .00 P' Le.v Tlftoa. ....Arr"e 12 ron'u '111) p x .10......... Avenue D. and 260 feet on"il8th\ street ,
...t"_...... .00 51- Arrive..PITZOERALD,.....Leave 10 .45 A bi 800 ...':\.... .. We bought these lois cheap last May and L i ,,
11 lY f x U 53.r II. . .j., l..e.t'e.. ...."'.. \a oata...,;:;<....ArriVl'\... ....' Ii su r JI offer the three for$16 O. Will be pleased ',The magnificent steamers o' this line are appointed to feayeKey : .

'14001: 214 124' :::,,tr1: Arrive.:. ..TIIOMASYILLB': Qnltm.n.Leave:;::. .':\\t t n a 245 SA to bow them at anv tim'e218tf .* '\; .

_..s:.t..1- ,1 I'O.Asl H III P Ii Leave;......,.... 'al.tkG.r ..\Ar&1ve 4'$0.A 4 56 :. ..-... , R DINS &:; , West Every Saturday _
1'1 ti) p x 3 30 A ii Arrlve..9anlord.. .. ::: .:.... .V! 1 18 J 50. ....,.....
'. ; ... b0 33s' ... . :: .; 1205 ItI5P is . .._ Ride Crawford Wheel. 'For rent or '
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1..t. :' \\.i. :; .f. 'in NEW YORK following Tue dar. Serfice and accommodations
.1-.t.-; awl, 100: .........,;.....Lllke\ancl.i...-.. ... 990r 11' 1045 .:. ;... The Miami Cycle Co.; .' arming ' ,
. ... 6 4S. dOO ..TAMP: ,9 00 ....t.. sale by 1 I | strictly) first-claea. |r q. .... VV
..}......,.' 1ia.' aTe..APa afka..i ...;Arrlve .....[ ....! !b..s- (...a. I. \ VIA PORT
., .. 124S r II L.t.a Arrive,;.. ..;.Ormonft......... Le.v. ....i.4111I i 2f,5 _..;+_...., A Profeaulonai Opinion. wiBrunswi York
.: .I-j. .t.h,. 3 ?.0'1 :..ti... ..- ?..: .::!.:.1torkledae. :;.::...;.{? ... ...,. 12l17 1. .. n jtoNew
i 8 10 .......4 + _r,.. ..!.. West PilI' Beach_ ..,....:......... ...._ .....'. 7.if A. x ....;,,,.u.. Bill (reading m < w.pa'perpbrtion of KOYAUS.C. \
... !. .. 1105 ."...... :'r.. .....'.4.:. ;. :. t.KIAJIl. :.. ...;...+. ..... ...i. 5.00 ;"h "':,. an article on' Engl {composition : AS'ENG' SERVICE '
Did see!that,JJi ij Long sentencesare \ 1 n
.. Operate Pllllman Butte Bleepers the )'l'1llCQDd between Jukl Wt,1F1a;and Na.bvillc. you fakhion. Via Fernandlna(P.,C & P. By.) and Comber- Via Everett and Southerns Railway} V '
'"::r .r UD..Tla THlon GD Trains No" S .nd'. '- I' r \ quite out.' of The shortsentence land Route : .J. ...
): operates Lor.l Steeper\ ;the rear round between Palatka F1.. and ? aeon' Ga.. via G.S:& is how the thi iug. . Lv:Jacksonville"...:_........_. ._,J81S a m t,. J.cUol1vtrle.,......,,._.....'..:..*.....4 06 p m.. ?
Fadlreet Tnlna Nos.;en 4. S ldfe'rs : # Ttft Jim (not vi' holly unfamiliar wjth prison , Lv. FernandlnaArBruntwlrk .: ............,... ,......]..1. :30pm Eyerett..1.. ............... ......... 40pm

Direct:Line;to Fitzgerald. .( Colony) via interior*)-Quit ,,right,. t o,. Xo I Daily- except" nnaa : \; 530pm Brnntwick. ..........?...........:7 so,pa: t,

'it \ NASHVILLE, EXPOSITION \ j( sentence ou ht,.to be j more. than'Beven, Passenger- allowed' on/board or supper on Tharadayt.' '. ?r .. I\!'

Bnnnd'Trip Tlcket.'new An sale at following very low rates' ,. From falatLa' ;a. From Jas.Teh daj s.-Clips. I. i , \L. / ROPOStD: SAILINGS, : -. .f" >'__ -

Day LimitTuesday. . Tbnrsdayi.-;' '?Gwd"o,. . \?{H ...*u .. 1925.! ,n 00
TfentylDey UmU Limit ., 7 i-,:-._..,4 1'.t--,,.4v".,_. ": 'i.t..4. ... .,,:.'.,. ., :ill ILl. ., 2tt25.,24WThe , Tempting p Friday Ort]8.\1-0.. :.' ... _. COLORADO.. : :.. .....". .. .v. .Oct.13: ,, ,
,'" historical: v :'n..L..i.} < .: J.j. ', Cora-I see that statistics prove that Frt.1.y.0et.'H'! .. ... '" RIO QRAXDIT .. .. ..., ..... . ......, ..Fr1d.Oct..nFrlli.y. \
8rnle Route. The BatiWtteld Route. I. I I I' .. .. .... . '. .' . < ,
} Oct.w ., -. ;.._ : COLORADO ; {.t... .. rtdayOcU2!
\Full Information,'sleeping car reservations, mars etc.,ran be obtained promptly by writtngpreautng only one out of eve 5'|iten'' female col-, yOct. 29': .p.:\ ;- . ?'.'j RIO UKANDE.. .. ... ...:.'._.,. .".,.;.'Tid'l..NQT..a .
1Ponr } lege graduates er, =r rets married, rFrlda
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\ HUGH H. 'RICHABDSON, :: Merritt I1 guess tWe figure ,are. THE.1 A . : LW. SOUTHWIQ :: "' .

; .1' ': ;: j M. \ 7Hofan fit{,Jacksonville.Phi.$1.LANE1'k .' right. _A-man is nattiraJly shjrof marrying , V ,.Miami, _or'i ' Agt. Mallory,Line, Key;West: ;Fla.l .
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't.f; t. : J ]11 ', G.: A.. "MACDONALD.\ : a woman echo lean &lk.\i\ .more CHAS. DAVIES, Agent; ., OJ R. KALLOR;& C0.ikJacknreI .' #

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Additional Miami Mince Meat t .\\'Ie. Stand Alone \ iI" DEALER IN, 1$ '

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For' 'old a lcoaple wheel look ot dollars!like we'can,And I make after, \ As the 'Druggists of Miami, who keep |flull largest and best stockof ,"
your ; DrngBfeMediciriee, etc. At,our,store you can find just what yon '

money we do, If back wilt The lease yon!ael; ( )'cle noti Co.An'eritertainment your. I I'want, at any time, and what yon,get here ron can j\rely.upon.4Statioaery . '. . e owt Pine and ..v. )

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Cypress \ .1
Chas. Courly's' Buena ;Vista'>e Hotel gIves in \ and Toilet Articles', -of Every ]: l '

A Buena Vista next Wed, nesday'', October D.eScriPtiOn'\i' : ,
3d,at 8 p.'.'nv.j for the'purpose of raising c {EJOIIBER" 2. i
1 to build 'road between I \ "
funds affirm : .
_. the station and the Bay_at that place. 1\PWNLEY\ : BFfOS. . \ .' r oJ
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\ entertainment will consist of \ '
The vocaUhd -
instrumental music;recitations, \ i Pharmacists. Special '.sizea 554X0 order Also Frail. and':Vegetable Crates. Let. .me quota J

'etc.from,''by MiamiCocoanut local talent,assisted Grove by and parties Lemon \ . Registered : \ 1-/rices I .. before. you buy\ A trial. .order.. solicited., .... k ,'

*,,CitY 1 After the'coneert a dance 1' ang2o-tf.If. t1--- ( 'GROVE, ,. :FLA.GEORGE :VA

will. be given''and aprlzewiUbeaward.t'dj :: Avjenue' D ar\d X2tb street, L j MIAMI I.. FLAI -r- C.O"C04NQT y }\\1
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themost; graceful couplein tbe .t4..oct.tr-1U1 ik: Io'i'l \ \.
i' B. BARKER .
g _, grand\jnarch. The admission'will be --. .. l A1 :

aajee'ntsfor admitted:, gentlemen free :of charge..and;ladies Refresh will: to-date 1 r i< ch ractn-'of 1 (its/ city Improve; DEL IONlco i iRES7AUR'ANT atchmaker and .Jewelers: 1

rJ menu wilf-be sold for.the benefit of thee ments.' lie thinks that the Aladin-; : ", 6 .
\ like 'palace, the Royal I'"lm,:with its e ...:
road\ fund. We hope that. a large num reminds served . PCSTOFTICE Buta: >raa;Mum,FLA. F .
i beof Mia i. :people will attend. wonderful cocoanut grove, Meals .at all hours. j *
Teams will leave, tbe Catholic church one of the touch'of a fairy's wand. H Moderate rates-Oysters hi ./ 'Ilepairilul promptly. antI carefully attended to. All work guaranteed.: ;y 11

'corner on'\,Avenue C at(7( p. m., oflWednesday t informs us that the impression in the Season. Lodging' ; by l.he'daJ:: Nb6-tf-hf.. f . A fnll line 6f_ spectacles and.eye glasses always on band .;1
nigh'.lor,* Buena( Vista. ;'North that Miami is a part of Uncle or week. DAVIS & HULL::,
f ? The fare tpr tberound; trip.will be 00c.. Sara'a tropical belongings, and not a 22oot-ly hq}, ,\hotb street uear'AvenbeiD '
city' In Ohio, is gaining ground, and ,
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fk Don't pay $75 for avwheel>when 'you : tjiat considerable interest is now shown; -- "I Specisll l to Draje-Growers. ;
,) 6ne for $ft5, and of the''ib i of M ami. These are fine
can, buy just'as good; in the more, frigid, climes to explore':
we \irepairUame. free .ofcharge forB this part/of the country for the Ponce Iota, situated at] the corner of 10th J
'' '\ months The.Miami Cycle Co. iTheSenifnole de Leon springs, and to live an out-: street nd Bay Biscayne Drive. r'. :
The Bobbins &:Graham Company to
'he1d" important door''' tlifeli\\1 l during the winter. 11(0'tbink ; .
r 1 Club avery: Willia 1> acret\'at Ewari- -
however, that the people of Kelley, lJ I dish 6callyouanentioatothe'mocteompleteline--of une and two-ytar- -
business meeting lastNWednes tqn Heights; << consideration $150. old bUt:i on hour Orange: and Rough U>mon sulk In the State. A fine iiort- ;
A- :day'night.' ." fAtter considering various the, :North will be misled l if such The Bobbins! &'Graham Company to 'ment o tyear4>lil biuU rum S to 8 bet high,il to 1!4 niches I in,diameter. rt .
photographs as "the ice-covered or- Fourteen years o( rxpertriu'e has pUu-eU me in a position to give perfect .t :
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or" matters of organization'
: (interest-; Alice rf Bush 1& at Ewanton 1 Jj
s" and ."the frozen fountain acres 'sattsfa tlon in selwtluiKof varieties of:Iniits amt sUlk !suited<< to all conditions -
'disbanded and the."Serainole, Club" idnbwja ange j Itre? Height: ; 'consideration 'J150. >I soil and climate. attention given to planting and Caring
-t4 thing of the'past. 'Immediately, of St.iAugustine" are taken home Fort )Dallas Land Company to E L (or groies. ''! Will wcept dorable p wit ion a Florida tourists. These picture Letters of Indorwments from the leading the orange
in
dfebandment several members oftheold.clubimmediately by., orange-erowpr
after .
9 organized a are sold by photographers here and Brady J Lot 11 of I Block_ 125 'X; of the belt. Deference by permission--Fredk.i; S. MORSE.Miami,Flag :
/ city of Miami; consideration'$900. '
institution, which will be .knownas might do harm.i '
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new William;FletcherAibury and wife, to : '
the "Seneca Club," and the following \1 I -s S ,I L.Jones 75 acres: south of Cutlers} O W. CON'NE ,1
l officers yrere elected:' T. E. Gulverhouse ,* The Presbyterian Pastor. consideration $200. II i \ ,. G .

1 ''president;' H. E. Tuttlevicepresident.c.H.Garthsidegen, '.RevlW. )jiv. Farlsj D.. D., formerly,of I Fort:>Dallas Land Company to St; ' '.
; I I Lot' Tangerine Nun cries. I. to MIAMI FLA. fA
August iej Transfer Company ,
} ., will arrive in Miami' on. !: :
eral and James Pittsburg !a ,
4 : treasurer
}manager; ; 17of:BlockTlOO N. Of the city.of Miami :
: :-v Williams, secretary! A committee was tonight's'train; to assume ,pastoral re- consideration $600.5 \ \} t .- v.

; ,appointed, to draft suitable by-laws and ,latIonaWith the Presb'terian.Ohurchesth , Harriet et IE McBride and. husband ta GENERAL .d
: present them a1 'the next meeting of' "of city]and Cocoanut Grove. He Julia D]'Tuttle, 160 acres north of \ -
the club. The:Seneca Club.will be a Lemon C it)'. S NOIeAn ST'OC.'OF : .: (1TRNtTOE
', : t.'select social organization,-and ,accordIng ,wil) preach in the Presbyterian n pavil a onandwitetoJuliaDTutle,411,9100 : .. _
*' the of the will 'I this ity, next Sll morning \ '''
-.f to plans promoters, npn} acres! about three miles
:4 furnish :some" choice,, entertainments and -evening. The \members; of, and north .of Lemon City; consideration :
and.other\social\ 'events':-for itst members attendaats'at the worship of the Presbyterian $7,000.. ': 1 f ;t- ' C.f)
t 'and frieqds'.during the coming. Church, in\this field, may be, Fred A'Barrett:to'W.C Cannons, 40
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seato. 'J,' 4 <- J \1... considered fortunate] in 'securing the acres on 'e'r.rine' : Grant.' -
We open at 7 *j tn/and close 10 to' 11 services|of'so distinguished a divineas JosephElizabeth W' V: R [Plummer to Anna
'. i; 'p. m- We can sell bicycles cheap:.Now : Dr.';f&l'is''We' are sorry for.the 'Plummerl. small parcel of : ':
A 1s the.time to buy/ Only a fey" cents a conditions :\and circumstances 'that land in I. uloD City at prices to. siijt' .the tinles. battings, Window' Shades; :1
,a,"'day gets aticb'tleV The Miami Cycle causes hm| to come amqng' us, yet we United, States of.\America to",James f '
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:' k rejoice iq the fact tbat this':-community W Jacks nj 160 acres northwest ofCocoanut' \ Coffinst.hm and, Baskets in5 stock. Embalming .

l: f ;:'C'Throngs of|people' attended k the fall has been chosen for his'new field of '' Grove.' (l .. a\tended tp, Call r... writes . :
i.'ort.Dallas Land Company to, Board : i\
,andwi..urop.ningatLovett&.L.aws.8 labor and that our people will, have the _
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t ;' of his wisdom ofPublie Instruction of. Dade County, -l 1
; lastMondayii" The store was a per- benefit experience, '
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;it;:' I feet bower{ofi beauty.. It'.was. neatly will be permitted to listen to his oratory Florida, I Jots 1,2 and 3; of Block 85.N. EDwIN .NELSONMiami.r .: ,dL
,: Ttrinimed with palm's, and, evergreens, and that the City of: Miami,will of the citjr M Miami. These sire thepublic ..
t ... .1- ;interspersed with beautiful flowers secure so talented a' citizen. We clip achob| lots. V -fr \ .. ---- ., '
The,elegant stock' of"goods; '''8. displayed -: the, (following from;; the .Pittsburg, :Thomas Treason Thompson to Frank ;. \ -- '.
in excellent taste and,gave evidence Post'of' the 1 Ith inst: B :A bury. a mall parcel of land west I fJ!
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( ,... v : .' Of Lemon 'ity.\\\ C 0I 'E LL', 5- -' '
of the artists' hand in.its selection "Members of the Hazelwood Presbyterian '
Julia Tuttle to William D' Kelley, .
as well asaerangemeut. The millinery Chbrch were surprised after the ; : t _
*", especially was handsomely! ex- sermon.delh'ered the Rev.. 10'acrt's southwest of Cocoanut Grove;
1 by pastor;
hibited, and is] without doubt, the'largest 'W.Wi Paris,'l>:D.,yesterday morning.He ,eonsideratiotl $230. }It\ .
t.v and finest line:;of goods shown Inanycity bad [preached a very interesting John C Rice, and wife to M, B.Lyman" and Sal ?
;' : 'south of J! Jacksonville.' :The discourse on why We Love the Bible.' 10 acres! nearCocoanut Skates America Gro\"t Edmund, ; L1ory Stable .
of to
United .
ladies who visited the store (and nearly At.its e !(announced his '' .
'" withdrawal .Moffat, 1(50- Lemon City.
acres near
'every.la'dy in .the 'cJtJt'and: fo;, miles probable from the pastorate : :
;, around .present)' were unanimousin of the]churcb within ,a few weeks. Julla'D 'lttle to the.BoIr.Itr: public -
llth' street near Avenue D Miami. .
their decision. that.the. styles' were ill;bealth of Instruction of Dade ,.CountyFlorida 1 r: ,. -
'He '
Y ;assigned as reasons ,
Lot 8 of'\,Block 46 IX.'of the City of '. '
and There
lovely the assortment K'reat.1 character which be believed i. .
] threatening '
h a ;were, ribbons. >t. without; ..number, all a would yield in_a milder'climate.It .Miami. '.1'M\is'\j the.colored l school' lot. ... Horace, And Mates, to let:*,0.and. for-sale.' \ ..
< widths and'of'' stylish'designs .aiid,colorings is understood that. when, he leaves W( lliam'jArgyle Hndry to W, P Fine Bred. Horses a syecialty. .
richly trimmed bats, modeled Pittsburg he will fn mission Hatcbett, lot1''in Lemon' City;,consideration '
y4,, ,after.the: exclusive) shapes aud trim- and educational work engage on the! Florida $200rrj;: \. | : Carriage T airs Bli y Teams Work Teams s ,
.tnings o the costly headgear: worn by coast,'where be will have the' 'climatic'advanUgeSjtbat Samuel[4 impson .to 'Leslie S Keent ; ,
y k .thebelief<< of metropolitan.society, and ; 'his ,physicians adviseas ;?4 acres near,, CocoanufcG'rove- ;,consideration 30epr97.lymay[ ,
an endless array of pretty bonnets; 'curative.-, .\{ i ji; $ ,2M,I 1
n' Then there 'were the, exquiaite dress gatiOD was taken by sur Jtilia' D Tuttle to Charles Jordan '
patterns the stylish shoes the well prise.. 5 The relations' of pastor and and Jessie W Spivey, 11 acres north of \ r H
arranged furnishing"department' 'df- people navel!been of the most pleasant LemonCityUH\ i il ;S*.dYl e.
but space forbid. us4sufcet' to say character, and'I willbe severed 'with Alfred'AtJbl80n and wife to Peter A. ,< u*> ,,-
x that the opening, was a 'grand_success mutual|regret and sorrow/- .He has Williams, } interest inj94\ acres southOf REAL
.body-wasconvinced and Major been pastor;of<,the'church for four Cutler; consideration,$1,250. -'; '
"i .Lovett.and Mr* Laws,with :their,efc- years, add during that time its field of Fort ,PaUasltLalid'; Company to Rt: 'ESTATE
lent corps of.assistants justly deserve usefulness ,has been 'widely extended. Re.V.J John Moore, Bishop of,St. Augustine ;=;

t. the praisetthey received for the elegant .Byibis'energy'and perseverance.a new Florida" ,Lob8- ,..,9 and 10 of
SAS- display and.the fine stock of goodsthey and handsome church edifice of attractive Block 101 N1.1'of.the. city of Miami.
.are.offering, the public: -. architectural design has been addedto These Are the Catholic' church lots y Mia Ti.i, Dade Co., Florida. :

,i Don't 1 1ond hand wheel unIt the long list of Pittsburgh beautiful B..lli] Uainptiiri and-IrE Taylor, trustees -
4>uy'a -
for Graham, Jo Fred .
11 'hav it examined Williams, churches.; The:congregation has been 'Jalrlt"ll'Y ,
; by '
yon l
,{ increased in:. numbers and the eric.k.HiI ur acres ;jnear Cocoanut AGENT' LANDS
large FOR OF
,i' -, i I .bicycle dealer. He .may be able to' general 'j fleJ I of Christian work has Grove.' l Iff r'10 {j.i C :

K. If tell notthen you something no charge.to your advantage1, ;. been broadened.' Mission branches I William '''JJDoigand; wife to Paul C .FIo iaa East Coast Co. . -.
: Railway ;
near.Cocoaiiut
have been established which, are.'now Ransom, small parcel of land! ; ; ..
1, JohnAvfscot Philadelphia.,;; ar- doing a good\jwork. V .f Grove.' ,4 11 'j' FIo ida Coast Line Canal.and Transi/Co. .
> xr .zived.ln tbe city last Friday nlght,'and ",To the zeal and devotion of a Christian . 'E RJpotter toOeorgia'A' 'I'Potter, 160 > If''
't is domiciled at, the .Hotel'Miami.. I He minister adds'the'qualities acres: two miles, west nof CocoaDutGroret. " i"ir ." Bos on and, Florida Atlantic' Coast i Land;, Co. ;,
will remaidin the:city all -winter and of a wide Dr.1Faris: ,and the quick .Kilpatrick,0 V. ( .
,'' to John F Hoffman -----------,- j
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possibly permanently; Many of our, ness and originality. ,of an acute, and' Robert '' ; .
readers rememberi Mrs. John Scot, a mind." -. ,trtistee180'acres; three, miles westof'Miami. ,
well-trained. i I Fruit Persian.andTahiti '
4 1 -Very pleasant tady| and Walter Scot, a , .. ..- .. 1't' r "!\ 'F' 'ru'1Ie't. crt, Grape ,
sat .-amiablebright: young.man who, 'HeaalEstate'Tia uteri. ,juliaT> Tuttle to D .WiMerrittthen' , I' ree' Limes Genoa aqdLispon J. ':1
K.; spent last winter at.Miami.They are } of.1: Lots J "nt2oi; : .Block,44 N.pi , ;'
tfie wife. andsonrespectively' of the The 'following' Conveyances of landIn' the City ofHiamj:? JL! : ; >. A : ,Lemons, Dance, iYO"
filed,
for .
gentleman'referred to.! Mr. Scot,has South Dade,.hate been record . ''Model: Land:CompanywJoseph; 1A 1
II purchased .five, floe .lots in block: ):20, since bur last reports: McDonald and John B Reilly, 20 acre! ': Ta4gerin ,Hart's. Tardiff, i rWa .t
:. if rooting oq tw Bay Drive; at the corner AT; Carter to Baby Weatherford', 8 _about.two miles:west of .Lemon.lCity:. ';" .ur ''W 11
mon , x \ ? hington Navel],Jaffa
acres near\L\ City..f'
<\ of 2nd street |He will soon com- consideration $200. !; I :. ,, r
-.!'.... .!taieiice 'cleartnjfc.them and will erect a ,, Ruby Weatberford and her husband .;jHliaDTuttld;; to\ Harriet A Mettair, Jaff Blood,'.. Blood
to John S Ricker, 2} acres n Lemon. ; . : Ruby ,
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4 impermanent ,:'lhome thereon He has 1031-100, acres 1} miles north_of Lemon \ '.'
\ Served in .the United States navy for City; consideration $T5.' City; censideration. $469.60. ', Dpor.- ,. ,and[Parson. Brown Oranges .
. -'t.I 1. thirty-six years,and is now deservedly I Ruby .Weatherford and her husband :. Mf C Cannons.":'and wife to'Frank' 'M '. '';
'r -on, :the retired! list." He has. Visited to John S.'Ricker 8 acres near Lemon.. : Storer. to acres On'' Ferrule'Grant Japan Plums, andPersimmons' '
'rte '*tnany. quart rs}'of ,the 'globe and is a Horace $100. ;; : Frank ,White'tol>Mary Hannah Kelley : ; <,]
l' -'conversationalist.-' M..Orannis and wife to Robs ; GJ-apbs; Texas Umbrella. Australian Silk
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y..;, : ijery itrfer:!' stinsr, : ,12 acres:near-Lemon.City. ; consid ., i fi f ,
,,.t[' : :Scot'B 8" impressions} .Miami. bins',& qr bam '(Company-,- 3' acres atE 600.E 1,' p iin4'' l F j Oak and a. qua htlof ornamental jflowers:and shrubs to i
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,3t4 Iwitb its distlpbttveiy'tropical charac- Julia D.jTuttle-to\ Harriet E. MP; ''to',Mar11&Uey i part of-Lot: suit''this climate and' _soil., ,' JOHN! ELLIS, AGENT;! = ,'.A
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