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: November 5, 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: VID00582
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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: Advertise,1 J In the METROPOLIS.ThqDadeCoiintj \' c j 1> Furniture---T'on the'installment T' ) plan at We are offering some big bargains --,The largest and".most complete line

\ .AII m'A1 N E 'MElT. } School, Board did:: Nelson's( ,furniture! .l styre. 29oct-2t ] in bikes, on I ttle payments to 9 oft| men's hats ever brought south of
; months' at The Co.'sWe Jacksonville have
I' not meet at tbeirvsual time this month I ';Harry.LjConoIIy add Miss FlorenceJ tine, Miami Cycle just been received at -
John Sewell & Co.'s. Call and
t tI1any on account of, the absence 'of Mr. Corn-I Urodie were united '.In marriage last received. a pleasant- call yesterday them. : see

\ ( Minor( :Miscellaneous I Miami; Matters stock.) The ''ar\ ,holding the meeting Vednesday in Rochester. Th young from ({ol. :JKrom and Charles P. t '8oct-tf :

; today'i \ : I t 4 ', ouple left that night! for New \jYorko Bull, Jr., two, young'1 gentlemen who All the dry goods firms. of the city '

\ I Modestly* Mentioned/i George t.: Macdonald ha returned- ,embark on the. steamer for Florida have a farm' one on the edge of the have agreed; to close their places-of .

1 <: :from St. And this They.are expected in ;Miami next'.Wednesday Everglades, west oT Lemon' City. They business, at 8 p. m. every' evening except -
Augustine.
atwapadt0 llallandtof'commence; !' morningweot surveying r Thursday i .. We are : receive report* np.to : '' three months. They ,are both bright' John: Lovett, Jr., and Frank Bryan "
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P. Wingand'E"
,soinet! tracts, of land at that D. Ben Carter were
of''dny \soctetyeTent9 I[ church or lodge and pleasant:conversationalists and m- wet around ,with a petition whichwas r
:, \ meetings, anniversaries, celebrations, point.; ; (!h i in lthr cit)' ,las't, Tuesday.F. They !were ''v[ ;ted us \isitltheir ranch, and we signed by all the dryi goods ,firms f R

\ banquets' ,' etc., Such events are frequently .' Dr. :J. GiBa' kins .accompanied Dr. ompanied by of M.j tb Jolly, division J[ expect to avail ourselves' of, their. courtesy wit the exception of John Sewell &.' '
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\' of a\-private!, nature and the at'tendancd Jacksop ".tolLemon City yesterday forconsultation Tb lafeenger agent excursion pPlant System when, time permits.' Cot I Mr. Eb. Sewell is not in the cit '
parry'made.an out to
it limited members. only, or ; on the case 'of Mr. Bill I I ' but he will doubtless sign it when he.o '.
,, work
he dredge to inspect the of \The F. EAt Rey. brought 700xoursiouistrfl '
invited \He"re1hs.METROPOLI8\ is over The .
l ings little d ugtiteriw o dangerously retuns. agreement goes into .Ii k
l.-; .representative: i*. not'always ableto!* report Iy il,!. If 'r .' deepening the channel.' }! e : \ into thev" ,city, Sunday effect on next Tuesday. The clerks '

.. .( such oecurrtmces. ,If the secretaryofsuch \' f' Tie new \rock road to Cocoanut from the towns along tbe line of the teeery much gratified over; it and
a'nyl.olher'! ,person an: experienced man to set your road between' here ami Fort Pierce.
meetings \ ; is moving_along finely under request that the ladies of the city take
: t. ort it mil be groves- -try 1 Jack' ilar'dee, Cocoanut any of the 'people had 'never f jseen '
: 'tDallIUTJai3h. us .. \ the supervision of Contractor McCrimilioii. \ ?aj na to do their rchaiogbelol'ethat; .
:... t appreciated t pnlzby. us but will be Grove. : !\ |Ir 5nov-3t* The road is now laid as far as Miami, and were very much surprisedat hoar r ,_

... read wit4'interest; by our local .subscribtrs. ,The tTnlteh States' cruiser Annapolis the Punch Bowl. In a few days they .metropolitan appearance. Every '"
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;f : 'will one .was delighted with the place. CORHESPOSDEXCI-Use well-
? ti i i vasin'thehrbor'last Saturday, presumably comn 4m'Sf.op..raJions at the other print
C J . for the\ of obtainingsome end and \\1 They had heard of the great strides 'of Stationery. Get it reasonable,. .
up way. -
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Rent bicyelerom T Miami CycleCo. ; purpos .. but gk it good. Get it at the METROPOLIS
I ; this phenomenal city, but all agreed ,
\ "} \. t. | ". '., 'needed,! supplies' |)jla.te.newspa' W4 push our ,business.,j; and push in that the half had not been told office. tf
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\ the direction : and then welcau, *-
Dimmlcklwas
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Senator E in fight pee '
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{ consisting sdl' a wheel for $1.50 or $2.00 aweekr. D!. C. Acosta executive' ,
i\ city last.8-1ndf'Y.t! L tf The Miami Cyclel Co.. of the Life Insurance
\! H. Sberard of,llalland was intl.e' readings, recitations, music, etc., agent[ Equitable '' .E. Chafer, has bought ,a .

.; \city Tuesday, | ., ',: ,11 , will be school! Friday.night at the ..3IcCormick"Esq.} of Cocoanut /orapanand' wifeare lie will:registered make this, atth5'Hotel One lout the'corner,t.2f Avenue D and' .

H 4 Everglades house, ar1lr., Ed. and family,. left Lake Edward, Conolly. 9th street, from Mrs: fluttIe-. It'would t
J.'A. Pin'eir.\, ocoanatGrove, i' I city: his headquarters for a few weeks V "
King's' place. Province of Quebec, Canada, where do very well for a business once lot, '
} was in tbe city this, etc,. A, : a working up the road to Palm, Beach 10.
1: .,.. At tbejHotel. Biscayne, jthe broad veranda they have beeri' spear i fTg the 'summer, and far south as West. but faa) little too far, north to be ;
I, Have your'Whe ls repaired"by1te1iaml' has ',be+n' "extended the whole last,) onday, alid'are IIW\\* I in ,Philadelphia M r. going and Mrs as Acosta are' enthusiastic Key especially adapted tohatpurpose: We

Cycle' Co. >- aMiss length'ot.., the second story'and' the sidewalk where they will remain a few' in'their admiration of Miami and.vicinity -; admijcellustiastein; selection of slot - '

Lilly Keigwjn will v leave' for in front bf the hotel and stores weeks before,returning,to! Florida. and he has i expressed ,himself ''as ; and, also in other respects; if,the
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.', ler-home 1 in Orlando' next'Monday.i!- is,being, + qoD r te1.' \ > Mrs] J. Frank':( left Tuesday for New being determined to' invest' here and. bought jthe lot mentioi ed, for residencepurpost' ,

., G.; Z. Zehnbar, claim, agent of, ,'the Don't' send your money ff for bicytiles -; stock York of City where she and will notions purchase for her make this his home. !"'; both selections: the lot; and ,
goods the ;
( ,', E..C.. .Ry' was ,in ,,the city yester-, ; we'' can jsell you cheaper here.. dry Mrs. Frank'has The wife and child of s. S. Burlin-- the; ,other: selection which renders the J>:-*? +
\ season. ,always
'4 : '\, The Miami Cyele<< ,Co. t\ kept a uperior line of goods for ladies' game; are expected to arrive iu.Miami erection! of a residenceneeessarydem-
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-dky.4ll. Egger made at flying trip';to The public scnoolwas cloyed, Wednesday wear, nd( wily no doubt!! excel herself next leave Tuesday, flight. Mr.\BurlingameMil oiibtratq that the.Doctor has,excellent 'f'1
Titusville last ; Saturday returning of in fine gods Monday for Palatka to mt'eth..lII t taste and .is to'cJa8sed. , among our
and Thursday;, on account the lurchasing on this, l '
5 1. He has '',rented the Honey cot luckiest pen.A. .
5 Monday. | 1 absence of MisstMerritt'who: Was com trip. i %I \I' I"' .. f
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enameled to'visit the bedside of her sick I .agealnd they will ocrup the !same for .,L. Sturgis the harness maker of .
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Wheels equal to :at pelled ;
1 new i :Jerry Warner a popular \druggist oft a few'months., 'M rs. Burlmgame Is ail !
Tnelllami '} iiteat Beath. tliisCity died last.Saturday morningat
Cycle Co/s. PjAlm \; Key W car' in 'on Wednesday'swinter1 experienced Kindergartenr, *,being 9:25. ]Ue had been sick-'for,"several,

,\ipommodori g6'is, expected' to Mr., E. XA. Waddell hast left New b/>at. lIe>remained until this morning tflIIruI\glrly; | familiar, theoretically andy days wit i'an'=affection: of the: throat, :

"n arrive in these waters 'soon with .his, York cty on his homeward trip lie participate d d to Jacksonville to > practical experience, with Fr bel'iJ and. was| apparently' gettingbetter,'. r.

fine yacht. will stop\ at Arcadia for a few days : in.'tile'festiviti'es of gala excellent methods ,teaching! young When other symptoms developed which "
looking after interests 'there and week. iMr. Warner represent?' the children. Some time in tb* future.she resulted
his The deceased z
t j'W. hip ( death.
.. Gin ):of {Philadelphia, I will no doubt begin Miami shortly Mutual \ Life Insurance Company of nay but induced to, take up the work vile
Y leaves a and three children, the
.spent a few dale)In the city.this. week : New York. I T her -
t.. \\o! his way north. } j > : J.'D.' Rahner assistant, eldest about 15.' 'Helms a man of gen-
Cra 1 : general pas- ,Jack ilardee, Cocoanut Grove, will Dr. S*Mil Is Fowlerand famllytwere iaLbpiritsjand\ made'many' friends' in

'pbserver, J.,Hv"" nk and family of sengeragent of the F. E. C.i Ry.' and set out your orange groves and do it out'Milling on the bay Sunday,; when the city 1 His mother was on her. way ..-

Jupiter came down 'Miami\ on the family, arrived); from Key West' Wednesday , right. I'' fcnov-3t* : out near' the cut leading into tile ocean, from),Mid ugan to spend ,the winterwill '..

:excursion Sunday. night' on' heir\' way to St. Au ASaunders' presiding; by a sudden lunh of the vessel, 'Jittla her son and did not know he was
bieycles.for gustine. They! registered at, the Rev. Ci elder '' .
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stock wer4' Fat Fowlerwas precipitated overbdard. sick. She arm ed here at 10:30 Satur. i
of
large
sale *
A on Hotel Miami, \ of the M-\E. Church: South, arrived in hourlJ'after
1 day night but 12 his death
The Doctor immediately ,
\, .easy,payments, TheMiami. Cycle Co. We ,know' bowl\ t c mend' punctures the city yesterday1 Rev.from Lemon City., 'umped ',i into! the water and succeeded llfT grief was! almost' uncontrolable'' '"':

1S. J. W., Jackson of Cocoanut correctly. Try ils. |\\ We.charge less ,accompanied: by J.' A. Howlaud.Ur. in re c'ung her after she had sank The funeral was held'at the Methodist ,

L ,Grove came upv; Sunday "toattendthe.: ,: than amateurs. The Miami, Cycle Co. the Saunders preached, last evening' iti once.: lie swam 1'0 the small boat and church on Sunday morning, Rev/E.V." 3
Presbyterian services.! iRev. Presbyterian pavilion. He will landed the Blackman(conducting the ,stnlcee.The. .
. felting the ii-om' they were soon on yacht,
hold -
Sunday
A thedredgelastunday'ahd services tomorrow night
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slid
bay
I negro !
.'E. V. Blackman went up to St. : was drowned at Cocoanut Gro\e. : / where the frightened mother and siloi body was interred in the new city" .. -
j'5The ter; received them with feelings of cemetery., \ *
Augustine last,Wednesday on business; 'It is supposed tha the drawn was \ t
he wil I. return 'Saturday: night.: accidental as! no one was near\' him; ,at city eouncit, met lastaa on day 'thankfulness.' The little girl escaped Dr. W. '\1''. Faris, the new Presbyterian ' '-It
night audCaD'assoo the returjisof the with no' other resnltthan wetting ''
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the and marks of foul 'pastor}has taken hold of the workin
: The.Odd. Fellowsbf thecitywill have time no play were election thel\ -
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i : late ,and declared l officials and a good
scare.
another meeting next Wednesday found,ort the body) 1 1Dr. -: mentioned'in last week's' paper f earnest aid is securing a solid foun-

'night at the office II of- left & Broo e. ( ,All members' installed, 41 Just received some handsome bicy- dation for hi" succeed by endearing:* ,
: , ..'J. G. Raskins returneci tQ, the the new
were ,
r himself his
>tes. Prices $.tO and $ >(0,,sold 'at. $L50 to all by genial manners
machines on4 city yesterday after an absence'of: several except Cfias. (Jartlwide, who was una-
> !Sewing earypaytnentsat and -'.2.50. weekly payments., The and social'ways.r :His sermons are re: .' "
weeks at his old home in ile to be present, and Df. W.-!IS Graham .
4 Nelson's I .furniture store ,;. 29uc=2t j Anthony, Miami Cycle Co. plete with interest and fall or information -, r
: i V r t r ;. Fla. He is{welcomed by hi, many who was out of /he cityi i <.They and truth "
logical, accompanied by
Manager Cilley of the Hotel Key friends, ,...Who! imagine)\ they hear the ill be installed at the! next meeting. ,A musicale will be given at Cocoanut powerful appeals to the common sense f c
West i and wife, passed through the city 1 _ .1 .
; tinkling of wedding bells. Drove next Monday night by thehousekeepers" .
';Wed esda1" en route for ,the, Island I I The Rev.t Colin M. Bassett 'arrIVed, of his s. We predict that his '
: Club. The among
Cit'|, \ u 1 ' :::1Irs. /Curryt'wif, of' Frank) Curry here on the Magnolia last Wednesday: is. a'. one and the programme musical labors us will be appreciated by; f R Ra
who Islt'mploYed The Miami CycleCo. very select large numbet of;people and that-he r
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with '
work
< by lie comes to; Fr. Huntingwho -
We; thatSiddey 1I1ion'of; the 'Miami" numbers will be of a high order. Mrs. will be able to accomplish much god i
arrived: in this week fromCIermontln ,who ha aVo with him the 1 ev. F; !
,editor harp! the: Key ;Wept" Advertiser, Lake oiinty."' She, was, Braithwaitenard. Bartlett and 'Ber- Bolton) and :AIrs Pickford have the It might. be Well to say that the Doc '

will a'newspaper at' Key accompanied by herthree children and ,The '/ur,gentlemen rothrr| pleasantly matter in charge, which alone a guarantee tor is an old,[newspaper man, having ' r
re.\ of its Admission will
"LargoRe4iDr. wilt 1 reside permanently In'' the city.Each'wheel domic>led on a houseboat beldng-l cents success.' 'Refreshments'will, be founded and; conducted for 'years a G

: a trip toCocoauut : : in our,renting livery is ing to MP/ ohoek, moored at the foot served be 25 after the concert. The launch paper in. Southern Illinois and later' -
Grove last Tuesday, ''and!\preached : of street.Pants' being connected with a prominent'religious ,
new and in perfect oider.Atrial will Eighth will be in readiness to take those down weekly on, the Pacific'"Coast.,
in the Union church that ilgbt, return convince The MIAmi Cycle Co.: 15c from Miami who wish to attend. The '
you } guards Tic;; pumps :; He has three sons in the ministry-one ; -
,iug1Vedneeday': \y j : I moon being at, the full and the road '
ladles'off the' Lemon patching rubber, ac; belts 25c and being a missionary in China, one having ,
Get Jack Hardee of Cotoanut' ::1'he CitySnn-; SOc./The Miami Cycle Co., "' completed 'some distance, a number in
Groye
\' \ a charge Chicago, and the other -
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f 'day School wrll'give anjl\ Ice .
cream
social
to get your oral, '6nov-3t,, i will !drive, down that:evening.iVe . o. I completing his course at college.. As + +. '*
.getgrove. at the'Lemon City i ) church lose Who
; : !\ on Mora has been '
''Gill, il.' :Metcalf editor,of the ;Tropical I Wednesday evening November|10th>' gfviug tOnZalez' several tour understand that the entertainment \ is noted in 'ouf:religious column, his ,

West Palm Beach and faro- for the benefit .of the school., '' family will soon remove to.,Miami.i ,
$un :At : '' I No ,young ladies returned at Buena Vista, Wednesday ,

: Sly,'were among excursionists to doubt there,will be'a large attendance. from a viit to Key \ the night, for the benefit':of the road"fund, : \ i.- ,I" t' {. ,

,the. cltri\\| Sunday.t *,' :i. .A.Merritt'of the, South Florid schooner Magnolias t'est)1! He wa$ a great success.. "About one, hundred _ Knights of'Pythias. '

Mrs.l'.'lI. Lovelace,;,wile', of Purser edition of' the'' f..Cime4 'Union,.passedthrough was accompanied by sister and thirty people 'were present, Notice is hereby given that Bay Biscayne F
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Lovelace'of the Biscayne} is stopping! the city* Way and,brother; they have Rented a cottage twenty-five,or thirty going from here. lodge N
'at:the Hotel,Miami. She .will, remainduring from Key West ,o Jac'ksonville. Having in the'onhern portion lot) tbe Charles Canny who plann and, carried will, ,hold a meeting tonight at 7.30,.
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\' city and will abide permanently in out the entertainment desires, on o'clock} i in the "
the winter. | finished his work in this section he \'* hall. ,
; is the the Miami, ". II I IAs behalf of .himself'and the] people of .. If K't ;
resigned now booming .edition on west \ I. +
sJaa. Williams, bas' his position '\ ). Buena Vista to thank he people 'HI : ''
as bookkeeper. and manager'for L. coast., | .Ii 7 will be noticed,in our advertising of Miami and Lemon-'Git .who hon \L I Fine Cow for Sale. ,

O.OUv r. ,G. B :;Rnmph,Jt., of Titus- The new steamtdred e''about'completed. 'columns, the dry goods firm-of .Lovetii ored the occasion with' their presence |, A"fine"cow fof sale;half i\Jersey and : ?

ville,',hastaken; 'hisplace. |' The machinery! _,is,ell in place Laws has been dissolved by mutual and contributed. ; to the., oad fund half Holatein breed,with a calf tbre '

:medium-sized. and nothing remains: "but i the:comple* consent; Major Lovett.will .continue About thirty-five dollars was raised' al days !i old. Enqnire W. 'P.. Hatchett .

young For, hJpcbeapf and a: to' D mule.. E.N.wne1' lion of,the house pver,>> 'it./iThe dredge the business. E. J. Laws] who'* retires the entertainment: ,for ".bui ding ,tbatonce< Miaml.tFla.! \ 22oct-3t:: *' =. ,

'Miami'soun9.3AppJI', 1' la.\ -10-sep-tf/ will' probably' bestowed/into the ,bay from the firm is now in |poor)health road, and work will. be begu . ? k ;,; "It:
tomorrow and ,will soon, commence ope, '; and it is absolutelyheeessary that. he It will extend from. the d got to the Launch for,,Sale Cheap. a
J- 4J ,- J. E. Wilbur,' J. W. rations., : A ,| I be'free from for a while; bay, and, in honor of the gr at friend .J i' .

,Mahoney and'W.;"P,\Smith' ,I four popular Il \ as Soon as his strength is' regainedbe of the east coast,:will, be calliri Flagler I d) The launch Edith R, now in charge. ; .
L. Larsen, secretary for J. E. ,Ingra- of S. B. RichmondatCotle.r. In good .,
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: knights of the road, Wffel"pgistered will embark in; another line: of bbus! avenue.
,
ham{ and the Fort\Dallas Land Company ' .. ,
:at.Hotel Conolly on Tuesda{. ness.; ,1\ 'iNOTICE. 2' conditipn, very \lligbt draught, large
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: pas Ip Miami yesterday.',Mr.Larsen : OriICIt STATIONERY-Let our correspondence -: carrying capacity, good sea boat;8&I11'"''"S ;

Tbe Post Office building is 'DOW un- ,brought a camera',with him and .-We\are in a position# to do be a credit.. to ybq., ,This t- boat model. built,to order of.i>est'mare- , .l m'

der roof and the will tbe'sidf'8 has been taking>ouie views of the city; the most difficult work at reasonable is not possible \.. ,Stationery.That f rial. Will sell veryt, :'cheap. Apply ;to ;

andend&ilthfe\ 'masons ,'commence for the ornamentatiou! of the office, in prices. All work guaranteed 'at The executed attbe dr'rao LIS otDc.I ROBBINS, & GRAHAM MIami, Florida t-t" :;'

jayingthebrict;\ next, Monday., : St. Augujtiae" .' 'I' ;Miami CicJeC6.fl., 'i -;'*, 1' 0. K. and- up-to-date. . or SJIJStWMoSD.. cutler *loc}-U' "
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j/I b 2. ,.c.F"1'' LAUNCH\ OF THE I MI. .:AMI., a hogan'yjhighly window/dura Ie are and all varnished square artistic' fitted,finish.and with'present The an .t FC &ELR1--I: \: I!


; ... I' inner sliding lattice and an outside ,,,. t
/ 'pieproessios \ I glasiTsasii. Thereare[ toilet apart .
ments. I Shortest Line Between Florida and alL. /

/ and The saloon is or' course divided Into Northern '1'- I
\ Gaily Bedecked with Flags PennantsAmidst_ Po1n .- _;
two sect ons by the engine .shaft each '
I being lighted from above by an oval Everett Savannah; Augusta, Ga, Co-* '
\ the Shouts, of Thousands, She.Glides. Into lambia,. Washington, Baltimore, "
; I : 'deck ho se. The after'saloon has a -
1 i\ \ the Delawa re. i I' balcony and sky light in the centre for: Philadelphia New York,

.. no; M. BOBBINS.. .WALTEB' .S. GRABAM 1 the purpose of admitting; light, to the Boston and. the ,
i East
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t : -H-H - \ dining Interio saloon immediately the color of the beneath.saloon 'iscream 'EYel'l'tt. Maron. 'Atlanta ,Chattanooga.. ,
CO. fly
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1 ROBBINS GRAHAM ,, \ \ : Nashville 1.ouinl11e.CIDclDut.! and Chicago. ri
and silver. The outside partition j i Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs. Mem : i
AttQrneys-at=:law: CRAMP & SONS' GREAT SHIPYARDS of ea stateroom1' is ,divided into phis. Little Rocky KinsM City,St.Louis. Cnko. ,'. t,'.j' ,
.' ; Sloax: City.
'in'daubed" \
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'i. j \ PHILADELPHIA two sage green panels Hirer Junction,Pensacola.Mobile, New Or-, :: ;
,MIAMI, BADE, COUNT'. FLORID'A. : II IN stucco work, alternating between slender cans. Texas Mexico/California and too Psrl- .1 i
Cori titian columns! with silver lie Coallt. '
r \jff lA pwotlce ib all court*. gandperrfecttag ? capitals. There is a dash'of gold here, EFFECTIVE MAY IO, 1897. : E'
Spec'11 fHCllities for "Hi' and there in the ornamentation but NEW YAKK Ex PRIM No.38, Leave Jacluoa- .i
Land! Titter We bare tbel! cnljr complete Tne8lSa-n] -, with Through Pullmans SUerer -. -
abstract books covering South Dade county, the predominating\ color scheme is for Washington, Bal-
and receive 'Jallr. reports from the Clerk of The Affair a Complete SuceessIrlr. Flagler, Present cream, sil ref and pale green a 'combination" Imore. r. d'o:: ; and all Eastern : ::
-.a. the Cirrnlt Court at Juno tbowlng all landtrln.fers i 1 with points. Connect for Fernandlna Return, '
monizing significantly
I All the certified Abrtractt Title Train No.87 reaches Jacksonville V30 p.' m. w. ij
-\for.South Dade county are made at our Miami and Confident--A, Full Description 6f the Vessel. the semitropical latitude in which the Nsw YORK FAIT MAIL No..36, Leave J nekouvlue7ax "
office.] : 1-tf-hf. pretty; little steamer is to onerate.'Thedining \ f.m., daily;for same points north. <'M--

.i room ft tiled throughout) with Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New -, "
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4- York Keturn No. 3i arivea Jacksonville 9:18 '
;: deb 'WORLEY.General rubber, I interlocking tiles, to rorree a. n,. ; ',',"
A. From our New York Corre gioudrut.l the water. .It is true that her masts, pond with the'trimmings.The . ', CINCINNATI AXD JACXSOXVILU. No. at;Leave f '-"

:ttQ'ne7atw- j l ,NJ:w YORK, October 23.1\ | engines, boilers and a lot uf interior forward part of the deck outside Jacksonville.. 7W p. mM via Everett Mscon, ,

} ( practice in State sandaleralCa7rts)! ; The steamship Miami glided from the.; machinery is not' yet-in place, but the of the'saloon, will form, a small area Nubvm..Ulao'ChanaDOOca.tic. Louis.Cnfrago(Connect and LoottviHe all Northern,. 1i r;
All business cutrusted wiU receive\jiroinpttentlon alb ways At Cramp's ..shipyard' PhiladeIna machine shops: have ''everything in reserved ainly for the anchors ami and western points Reluruing.trala arrives -'
:. "Anent for ' \ Into'the.waten of the Delaware j; readiWs3-and ill i is only a question ofa their davi 8.Att,in the name relative! Jackw.UTille8lOa.ro. r tASR6rm.LE ;:-.I_:
aZ MANIA, LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, in the few!weeks when all of this will be is the shade deck KOCTE.Through Pullman alt *
river, shortly before noon to-day position, and .again nit Car service for Cincinnati via
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; j\ of New York. presence of several thousand enthusiastic quietly ,lowered nto the steamer pieceby above this J extending the whole 'oluinhU. AMitville Hot Springs. Knoxville, .

r Alt' tindj of-life! 'ixilleies'writtgn.l Office over spectators. Mr. Henry M.'Flakier pI ct"13nd, fastened into 'position.The 'of the vessel! is the promenade length\ thmu.h the celebrated,Mountain Con u try of
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lSocUi-r4 North Carolina. Leaves .
Jacksonville
o0
JO'\tomt'l' Miami i is twin screw steel :
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l reached riiiladelphia on .ja;, a Three-quarters of the circumference of Arrives Cincinnati 7:40 a.m Returning-- ?
i ,WILLIAM I mxrrr GORDOY'i1C.', BKOOJ1K-,special car over the Pennsylvania steamship of lltio tons displacement.Her the promenade deck is fitted With a, rives Jacksonville<< V:10 a.m,. . ..
'l' Railroad and was'Hcorted, to the ship-' principal dipiensiouaarei Length (comfortable seating. There will be no Only line through the beautiful Lill country
. SCOTT 8i BROOM.AttorneysatLaws over kll 1 ro-JX..m,40 feet; of Middle Flurida'Peuueol.. and Etcambia ;}
of the khis deck. The boats six
i yardiby representatives/ shipbuilding -1 C mould awning on Jackson vllle 9:15 a.m. by No.2 dally
: firm.Applicatlons. pepth of hull, 2i feet; draught tin number occupy the forward mid.aliipS ayt1 'City Live Oak. Madison,'Uoaticello. ;-1:
for admission" ,to ,I i water line, 8 feet. She is fitted with secti inboard, Tallahassee. River-Junction, Pensacola,' Mobile -1
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n. They
I 1" NOTARY PUBUO IN OFFICE arl'swung
tht'j. : ,-New Orleans, and tire south west.Mexico. ... '
Will practice' In all State and Federal Courts. yard began to pour in early in the two triplejexpansion, engiues'oftht' i and rest on cradles. That_ portion of California and the Pacific Coast;Carrie Sleep .
Collection promptly attended to, The. hull of'tlie Miami rested between ve inverted/type, ;capable''ofdeveloping the deck beyond the boats will be ers. Return No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville 7 Jaa. !
OFFicE dvK BANK "or I AY: BISCATNK.JAST.BAKUXBS the newly-erected frames of the steel I a combined horse power,of roaped'off from passengers. The pilothouse nw *_ 7 ,__i -
s for. ;;
Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 m. Starke.-
lI'JuDeU p yacht!Dorothea,'which is being built ; 18X>,' ind: !\ of dr ting the'yessel at\ a is sit ated well up in the bead of Hawthorne, Silve'r Springy Oeala. QalnesvlUe. 4' n

\ j i for a::?ew York mans and the power: speed of 16 knots an hour. Four the ship and has accommodation for Cedar. Key, Wildwood, Leeabnrg "Tavarek.Apopka (P-;
a\r.\ ATKINSONSASIERS'4 fur Japanese cruiser 'Kasa i. ''Beyond doublet-furnace' b.iilt'r6upply steam at three office and the director of the ,Orlando. Lacoocbce, Dade CltyPla.t... J;
.
the latter loomed ''upthe.. hull of the j! a"press ur|i'of.200 pounds.. The Miami Miami and Nassau Steamship Coin pators City.Tampa. Arrive Jackaonvtlle4:15p.m. :M
:. is tw -10 sted schooner-rigged, with NashYllle Eoote-Tbroaih)) Pullman SJetpen.- .
; I) ATKINSON :' United States battleship.Alabama. Al) ny. The ca twin's hbin! Ii directly art ;
these.;vessels' bore their names! and bare pole, and' will carry'two smoke i of the wheel house- 'illJd', communicates! \1" Everett Macon, Atlanta,Chattanooga I

1 Attorneys .and Cwselorstat La" numbers on large signs at their bows,'stackshaying slight 'cant aft, and with it from the inside by ''a ,short\ set Leave Jacksonville 7 SO p._ idOl arrive Nas&-
vine 7.00 next
: o.
'. in honor of the occasion. From the:; wilt have accommodations for 120* passengers. 'of steps. dJoining iEare staterooms Leave Nashville p ;.OO'...m.;'.arrive Jacksonville .' 'I
7>raee in Rooms 1'and2!, gigantic floating crane ".1tla ,'''floated | i (' forr, the first and second oftje 1'8. The 8:10 next a.m.
:' BrpWll'1 llrlck Building; the Stars and Stripes and the whole,i Five flecks, divided in the 'following director' r m izJ for the Occupancy of 8:15 a. .-Leaves Jacksonville'' for Brace.wick .-*

2-tW.h.5-; ';MIAMI, FLA.. :yard,had an appearance of festivity.'The ;Border, poristitute thee' inside! ?arrangeimehtol }lr. FJagler or -any other\'\,prominent Cumberland by the Sound.Cumberland. Route, Steamer" and --

\ ';Miami was decked from stem to.. the huH t A water-bottom, official oft F. E. C. Ry.whom; business 4:0(1 p. n>..-Lncal for Everett'j i Close eonnee-v, -.y

i 'Robert l Taylor. ; stern with flags and pennants. A white: platform. deck, main deck. ; Imrricaneprohlt'na1e DUY cal to the Nassauf:, thecompanj'a lion route.lot 'Brunswick., ..ShoreataDd\ quickest' "+

". .. 1 flag bearing the word "Cramps" waved deck and deck. 'The engine S stem. i 6:00 p-t m.-Local for Tallahassee rod inter: i ojI
1 A.ttomey-at-Saw. .from her centre, while'1'! the bunting and: boiler rooms 'are, flush ;with the A''' light s pt'rstrueture or bridge I mediate point Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. m. -l:
1 the Union' unfurled itself gracefully \steei-pliting that forms the inner:skin deck, to.be u. ed for navigating purpo- .9:40 p. in. ror Tampa and,Intermediate ..

,1 M11MIi'LOaiRA.' 'on the' breeze as the1 vessel plunged of the Water-bottom, by the admission I. 8H, spans tb wheel bouse.! I The wheel points.viUe7:35a.m.Pullman',sleepers." Arrive, Jackson.- '.;>

: Office! on llth street,'next into the water., At half past eleven Mr. of water into which the 'ship can be houSe Js' ftt with a' small wheel Through Sleeper for Cinelnnatlvia Ache .\M

r.I 1 Watson Hardware store.. Flagler and party were escorted to the \trimmed fore and aft. The ''watt>r-bott geared direct y.to lte1m-stel"ring; vllle Aabeville leave 1:45 Jacksonville m..arrtnsClndJinai7tOa.m.at 7.00 m arrives' ,

.1-8-U !h I .; grand stand erected directly"front of torn is a series,of water-tight'compartment engineS. AI theusual, acqetsories 01 a For Macon Atlanta p. ,two trains dally' Leave .f'
I ,1 \ strictly up-t -date pilot htntsei such \a8an' Jacksonville 8:15a. m. and 7:00 p. m. -l;

Ki'+I A.. R., Simmons,' ;..t '.\ ; 5-- 1 I '-, ,. automatic helm dial. engine indicia- June Summer 1st.Pullman. rates' to ,excursion points In effect. 1
I j' ,com pou iisirenwhistleespeakingtubes ,; ; .
1 .' Sleepers on all night trainVSend -
\ -..J..ttQmG,1:; : Law 1,,_ and lIel actuating search lights I {: for:Best Indexed TownsnipMap,tl

: 'I I ry .. will go towards the equipment* of the Florida A. O. MCDONNELL'
COCOAKVT' GROVE, FLQ.'" " i. Miami., J General Passenxci:' Agent'
1 T 1 The electric plant is as absolutely N. S. PENNINGTON, j
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Trm Mnar t
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4 ..4 Office.at-Residence.. t j| Ily.biOep'W.Allen near perfecti as possible. There are i ,
r two complete duplicate installations of, .
... :. electric machinery each ,state room
.: . D. W. MERRITT -
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.' having it* .()wn light as wyllasan elecU .1
L "f I '. -' ,.Ltsw L '> trie, fan;the I Her being for the ''pur- ,

It 'A.ttorn a.t ... , of cbiiling the atmo phe'rl''a'ver1' Contractor ..
I }.t. pose > . '*&
0 \ K triWesT. FL8.- ". desirable thine in'.a tropical ,climate, \ .. . . \ "
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On top of.the pilot house isari'; adjustablX ) : I ...-Al"J>--::-- '
practice i all the Court ; State and >>
Will n _4,000 cal die power searchlight;
.j. : '
,- \ Federal, ,1-Wt.. and with all tltese facilltif'1\'this,v Iwill J B 1ilder. .4
; "' blaze of-beauty from| P
;. } simply.bek ' \ ij
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Ti stem to et rn. '
fo. $ MUls; Fowler< : M.D. :_ i This beautiful "steel steamship i is:II 't- Grye usa chance. .:;

jfc-i j y&s +'gp ' 1 r probably the'liliest' vessel off heel class: .: ;;to figure _oh
(mOF ATHIaT'13th ( your
., : Yf afloat; All hetk fittings combine; in a '
& *' '" 711E AKW STEAJ1911IP MithU.a remarkable degree safety, luxury and MM- building. :"I'

"". i : ., ::7 street, near;.Avenue B + ; cQmfnrt.She .:\ \ '
F' JT-.J" T Diaeasea' is built especially for the passenger Refer to lira. Julia D.. Tattle,'F.T. '
Chronic a ial T.i' > the bow of the Miami .Edwin S.'Cramp that maketh' ship practically '
: business Miami.and Na
be ; -
;wren and
1 ; > Budge; Bank of. Bay Bincayne. -,' ;
H-[ 27atigtt.Pr.Jas.
J then gavqtheasigpa1: to knock away un8Ink bl *./ 'Above]'this- ,comes the sau;a trade, th: t, in 'co"nnpctiowith( -
: thewedgesr; ; blow of hammerstesounded deck set aside' for the stowage .)i
l Jackson ( many platform the F. E. C. Ryl and .the : lorida East
t .. M. ';, JK, and with a slight of the, argo and the mom contain=: : Coast Hotel System', probably handles Wanted.Boarders. ',

', sort. quiver;/at flye/minutes' before 'noon; ing the steam steering gear. On the the most desirable and at the tame at 'Mrs' >'VB"W Boyer's, '1
MIAMI. ;. : the vessel .freed from the scaffolding main deck here are |two ports- '
cargo time the most critical class; 'of tourists, south side:of 13th street second door \
:"PLORIDA. tba 'had'1: !imprisoned her for 't rmonthst forward and two cargo and passenger 'I "
'
: f [Continued on east of Avenue Rates reasonable.
d < f .slidt-into"thewater amid a ports aft eacb with (iajPgular'nrJQ page 7.j\ \; O.- :

omre at Present BRUa''DBtit3:' ., "J>i; round of I"cheers. Miss Julia Russell tJt' kilatch : The for -antJ.aft' b"clion I. .

,, 'J'OWNLE'J. : 1, -- -- .--..sto...'- Parsons, daughter of K.-.W. Parsons of of this dec: is taken up by tin- '-engine, .:

; : East Fifty-Fifth street,New York,was and boiler room shaft and ..along the \ ,' ',.1'-
t; DR.I R f E. CHAFER,/r the heroine, of the day;aS, with daintilyuplifted sides of the ship are ptate rooiiis aud Florida
!. arm,she cracked the bottle quarters fcr chief steward,resistant EasrCoast Ry. <

4 ::>E JS'J:': of. champagne on the ship's .iron steward chief engineer;assistant,engineer '

-S : : prow nearl,the water line,pronouncingat fou second-class ,cabin, ,. mess }. J :m* Tabl: Mo. V-Cere.ate4 N.i.e 8, 1897.1 -, ;
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bdiee in, Baulereon Block.northeast the'saute time the words: room for' oilers', mess |rooui for? pettyottice'rsbar :r !

corner Avenue D and' 13th el'n4i't.li. : 4' "Ilcfariaten: 'thee Miami." room, and! pursers' office. SOUTH BOVND Read Down). NOBTH,BOUND (Bead Up). :
', 'The furrow In the The foreca tie I ia devoted to/'cargo- j
t. : ', ,:1.. .U. vessel cut a deep. ;; s o57 No3N STATIONS. No ',S Not J
/ water,'dashing the spray high 'on both hoisting machinery and'knchor.lirtinKI' = a p .. .;. Lv.......JaclcsoturlUe .Ar.Ly.. 686 .. .. ......
Frederick sides," andt,with a deafening toot of 'I' engines; the winch'off'tlle former can ..,:.. oaoa : .J. S Up ... Ar..i' ..St Augustine.... -, 6 .,. I_0. ?.. .
: Johii t: ;, whistles the, river craft two be used' on hawsers\ running from ...... 10aSa.. : ..., Lv...:. 8t. Augustine...... I .:.:. .:,t. ,..... ,'(4
from' IntoI! dock. .. 109aUCOa .... l i ac naga .,... 4 .., ..., '
; Civil 'K ugideer' Stirioyor stoutltugs: took the buoyant.,.steamerjn the bow to bring the ship ...L 1128. . ... ...U.EatitPiilatka.1. .,...... 4 r1..,..,+. ..H :.!
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4' l 'd. tow_andibrought; her'.safely. to the ,. In the stern] officers :.r.. ....?.... Ar. 425p ..r:.. .,...... :J;
: : mess for st'amt'nJmt'S9 room .for :..... llpia ..... .: .. .
room :
Notary Public,for State atjAnje.- -- docks .. f, ." ; ,.i ] I45p1258p ...::. :. .. .... Ar..:. .8an Mateo..Lv. 1 ..-... ..... . .... ,;
firemen :
Particular Attention given to Sob-Divid- After thelaunch -collation] was 8to room. pantrystate'room! ... 805a .. :: ., .. L.r..L..6aa Mite 'y ; ' served:to jtbe following members of for cooks state room;tpr waiters and .. .,. . Lv.Ormond..Ar .,. . ...... f ;;
>ing large tracta. 81de. the :. who came from New dining salon . The saloon'' occupies 'a .... JOop115p .. .. M ..( .:..Daytona.......... --. ..,' ..,., /J: "
,' ,' OIBce 20th 8t.'near AvvD, south Flagler\party. transverse position and is divided from ..... : .. .:. .c.. ........Port Orange... .. $55... :. .. f "
1'21ttMIAMI,.FLORID York R.|'W.- Parsons,;Col. llorace l I I45p213p :.1.. ". ..-.New Sm ma......J' .
Brooks' :u; .- Isaac' .Lawrence, James the rest of the ship by bulkhead,parti- ....,/ :.:.. ... ,...._..Oak Hill. i asp .. .. -.. .
''B. Townsend' T. O./,Eger; .Jonah Lions:, It c ntains.'ri bt "tables and 2 : .. ...,. ........Titusvilla.... .,' 12 ,..... .... .
: ; :::r.: 323p ... : .... .........CJty Pole{.,. 3 :: ..,::. ... fi
/ .JOHHlKROHOWITTEB:: :-White, Dr.-\Louls"LI.Ing\ ton" Seaman"!will have a s atingca'paeUjrfor.7Tpersons ..... 381p . --- M. ..?.;...,.(Jocoa ?....L.." 1211p. . ..r. .. .., '-',
Mr. and_.Mrs. William Winslow Mr.. 'at one time. All the state rooms t. 835p ...:.. .. J20ip. .. ..... "'s
'T xLpR- and Mrs. James S. Metcalfe, Miss' Aurelia ;'oh this deckJare, fitted iwjth circular, I ..... 40ftp .,.... .:. ... .........Ran( lI 85a ..,....... .... .....
4Wp ...... .:, . '" ;..:.,.. ,.. ruula. . 11 .: ,.:... Ly: rA .1
with
de Mauriac,, C. ,G. Cornell Jr., water-tight torts' boxed square*; : :::: 4 Up ., :..:.. .Melbonro ,11 .r......... : .. +
If- Ont &years experience. I Mr. and lire. .IV VirJohriston, ,' G. C. vwindow frames:on the I inside;, tipho -.4 lbp .. 10 y
." : i j L Metropolis B lldlllj.Miami. Salter.W. ,H. 'Beardsley' stered with: dividing cu .'- ''--J' 4S6p550p ... ..... ..... j, $ebast ....,... 0201 t
Jr'Ci -
... Full Stock Weaves Woodruff tal.n d ...:.. ..'... :..L: ....... ..St'LuOe..... ..... 8 ..... ,
of--Samples of. all- Latest. ... ? Capt.GeorgeLNorton'J.; A. Me , The galleyf'floor ,iv-' ite4 with he ...... aiMp.J.-. soa "' ....:,. Fort Were*.,...;.*.* 930. :' .,.... ..... 6 '
;1'; .t ly4a; J'. . GUlreMisS Edith Bell,"Miss ConstanceTrenholm regulation: fire brick, and is so situated 6SSp ,.. .. .. .., 65 ..., .j aieii..IIIiI.8tuar...a:*.-,.-... 9 .. 8
)' \ ( '- U- .64Op .... :. 6Ala ". ten.-a. 96.a ... ...... ...... 8
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i4'Varnaoek' Mrs Theodore Scbnnneier, that the fumes of cookirtg"cannot' permeate ...:: 6 48p701p ;:,... .... 6 44 a "' *."..'". *. .mI! !; '9 ,..... ...:.. 3 tSp:
: Wl> ,; Mr. and Mrs./Julius Chambers F, b. ,the, ship.* \ J'1 ...:.. ....,. ...... 711813a. ..".:|: : : "'" 8 ate ......2 26p -
: Woodruff, :Miss Julia Russell Parsons, Between the engine Too /,find the :..:., 7 21p :.,, III.....Hobe Sonnd.V...!.. 813a ............: ..::.. 13op ..
'- ... 853a 8 ..... ...... ....
OpKlTBAGfQR.gyRock MissJenni L:' -StrattonE; ;Platt' dining saloon is' an intermediate space ....1.154p.-. .. 10 Z0a ., / Biviera.M T ....... .. ..18.
l- StrattOn' ,Walter' 'R. T. Jones; Mr.Quackpnbaah .'*for passenger traffic, at>jaceiit.to .thDurspr' ...;. 810p .:,:.. .: 11 OOa Ar..?.vfj&i Palm Beacb7.7/.LT. e 7 24a.. ...,
,1" :Work and Blasting a Specialty. Tunis; Mr; Burte-- and !I oflice. Twocommodious'di- Slop.-......... wap223p .... Linton .i 847- .... 914.
:.4.. 85p ..... ..... ./FortLauderdale-v" S 53a :..... .......-c.. 718.
F ,, MIAMI FTJORIDA, ..... qtr.Pu11is.: t. ,,, t- A,vans extend across the,ship; facing thegrandstairway II .:...: 1020] .. ...1.-. 408p .{.Lemon City}.. 6 0a .. 1 Sa. ..
T Furniitied' Application., ( As special guests were, invited.Clement -: that/leads to[the :..:.1030p ... ...... 4 8Jp Arr :'Li. 6'10.1:.. . ... 610. ,
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> -f Estimates on J =-
I : < -T A' Griscom'President, and :Manager hurricane,deck. The Miami will have' i
I s z A.4t W.BRAN Trains 32.85,8T and 73. between Jacksonville
\' :Uigbee of the Intt'rntlonal-Navi-.f, "inside roWns.*' Ranged aroui.dthe ;
,, no I- I and St. Augustine d Uy. .
7. FREn'l) ;FaUTTER: gat ion-' Company,' George II j ,Carey outside of the ,hurricane deck anti Jio 3. No.1. STATION* i[No.2.IMQ.-4. 1.Train.20t, between Miami and Fort :

J , George rThayer/F., Chandler/ ,--Mi1.TaylorMrTyson looking out on the narrow passage way 21 ai6 ew Smy a..Ar: 13 Zip coerce daily,except Snadiy' .'
; \ Frazier. '8 OOp 11 28a Lr"LLakeHe/enT."J.V.Lv'l3! | SOp| 4 Sap Train 2*. between Fort Pierce and
'
;: : : I. Contractor and, Builder ) : and: Percy ;; that girdles t ie ship' : from stem' to 8 lip U 52a Lv..Orange ty..Lv.i 13 iSp 3 83p Miami daily except Monday. '
.. .. The' Messrs.\ Cramp;, Mrs. Edwin S. ': i S AH kind* :ot' Stone Work. Cramp and :Miss' Florence, Cramp: : did most attrtictive'state rooins.everbuiit %' tine daily;except Sundae .

e Plans and. estimates. tartoished /*. the honors;of the day as hosts. Mr.. into a coutwi e'.steamel.. A,:numberof

; tree.)I 'Flagler expressed: himself as being in the grooms tare parlors nine, feet .' .

..iijune rr-tt. _,; MIAMl FLORIDt every way satisfied, with. the 'ship and .squarefurnished comfortable man J {
confident that she would fulfil.ail,the ner., In finish! the rooms will be the : "BISCAY"l "., .. f''I
conditions of [the contractThe '.
usual creaW lor. Anupper.berth]
:- 4 SPLENDIDyiATTUE Miami stands on record .as .one folding up-'to Ihe wall' precisely like 'Is appointed to Perform Service aa foflows:. r . r '

of the fastest built vessels ever; turned the bl"rth'of a Bleeping ;car, is placed f
10:33
? Lave m.Wednesdays and Saturdays cdnnectiae Train 39.
p. ; yith -
out by-the Cramps. The contract for :along one side of the apartment. i Underneath '
construction, was signed June ;,,28, is a oshior eddhan'! with '& Leave WEST 5 a.m.Tue3d irandFridays.. r I J.

1897. On July 3 the first keel 'plates : carved end, the\seat and back of which, '' J Chan ctlng at Miami with Train 73, followlnz morning. :-"'?
were laid. July. 81 saw the first frames let' down-to form a lower!berth of.un .f -t v. j : .- i, *

erected, and today Just fifteen weeks >J usual: width. A wash stand occupy J. .13ZCW1TH' '! J.D.EAHNER.; f" s :

Jrtetropolls. Office ',from.the;;tiwe.work was .began u she bin' one corner. Tbe. 'berths. :are white mar.I TraManagtr..,- ,8tAaga.Ua.Fla., f -Aaa't.. (4en.]'. rApo -.


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.fl." ;' ., 'NEW CATA. >IOQO I ; ._ ... .
I : :" LOOUE FOR IQ3O I i i Mana. er.Ludden 4 Bates S.:M.rj.. ,', .'. ,. ,
WILt BE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER. / hlle- JACKSONVILLE .
1 i \11'ill lie ilia'( ha p pG rOT tile Orrll' FLA.
Pianos and Sheet MUSIC and ;
One catavj Organs
': party write* a* follow* of bWr 189? ;
lorne:I "Will yon plrase*end me a< of yonr/7/ .I
{ valuable Nur. of the \\\inter\ Seascu.I . ,SLOWEST.l PRICES EASY; TERMS. Musical Merchandise. '
have loaned \
9 thine* in it it. /) : 'J= 'I., '. We will treat you. better and give you better *tlu for your +t, '
Copy." ; I II I I 'mone) than any, other house In the V.S. Send for Catalogue '1' ,
and Prtce.
Our sew tape : Wars. 17eepbty.if./1 S
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r.\', i Lt t ,to Fruit Photographic new Southern one THE and* / /I J I:'.\: '1' 1m Hotel.I' .. i i I .\, i o' oill Know( \ ([ Goo J. 'ling1 Fc9 :7.,. !1. ,


N wet add Mert PrtWab'. ,, MERRILL WltJ, CONTtmiK: TO
.. ; Peach for Southern Planting. roMovAffos EFFICIENT MANAGER.. 'j i! Then you' HAVEN'T' SEES FLORIDA r,you would BE Hol .: .
I --1L. II Are.10. -GROWING OLD ? ,or course;. BO, ABB w E, / ; ."
loaept-lmo-hi: ; i'i'I : I: Bat pot-BO fast, 'because our MILD rfjHATEJ t." '.: .
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rG With its WARM, JBtrssHisr;, DUll and.Loiw COOL NIGHTS, ,
Improvement at the.Smaller ;I '
b Makes Llpa' W1iar,'JT OUOHT ) / ' <
: llEALElt I '- Marvelous Winter Resort. 1'OB4 '. :;< :. . : ,
W" 'I YOU UJYK FtoWKK$,' fruits'and vegetables ? 'CERTAXRLT 1 So.do we. ' . yF
'OO..Si NDO A HOME on,tbe EAST COAST, :' 0' .
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I! AVltbtLe LEAST LAiJoit and EIPE: tsL t' .. t
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preparation are being made I 'I't'i ,. ... ,
. l & ) int-n to'if' the accotiimodarin -Dn-yO' \ IsLIKE WISTER I I So'do';, WE. . .t s
q 0 I Then COM HERr STAT.
II ; TO : J. ,
i lt..j guests: < the tourist 1. -r
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: r From AVe have as -nATH NOt|sw1uMIwa, and: Ifl'm'U.L: : Trfi: TEa BOOKP. .
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r. '. ,\s /jtlit" tiiutj, draw* near for I i I
0., R 4 \ -4 't' ARE yOU interested ,is tis ? 'I J i l'
leave their ; -
people cold : :'f- '
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find so :WE are'iuterfieted rf. JOp'1. i t
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a place where \ t
t I iI ,. A LINE to, our ADDRI: ' ddreee'DB WEK tir i I; '
a, summer, reigns, the. hotel Will DO WONDEKS, : SAINT A 'FLOnma: -
:: [Fine lines! Liquors !tB \are, busy putling'their houses' as ttf t yaU9TINE
. dsojibre, ltii 1ditiun. THE "

''interior or the Royal palm! LEMON GITY' HOTEL

, b? ,no ch nSea 'The ar-: :, -
' ' IIR4' ''i n oil' this .mint popular,house I MRS. JOHN\'ti \
: PURE GDAYA- : to be1 perfect and, no : 'fi. 'CAREY',, Manager. t tA

: f. r. ail II iil dt'sired. This magnificent ifery pleasant location nearthe, D pot. ;: ;\ Large, well-Tentilated 'room .. 1
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/ i- .. \ is the last. addition to,Mr. \ Grand vies of thejBay; .,v t|

tattled Goods' and( ugy\, : chain of tourist palaces:. GbodTable and all the Comffots .of Home.r;
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: , 'I Palm was) scarcely .com- ,
1" II sine. for th . i: I : od'; ;wijp LEstLE] ( : \} last season. When com- r ,. 1., -.. )r_ -- < : }
i Po1 \\1 way put undr the manage \ .A,qnie ,.delightful l place' for*,,'families. ,|Vnte'for terms,:e !t to t'SMRS ' '

Bee ( I Henry'W. Ah'rrill, one.or Mr. CAFkaul
Bil HalrdS: / most ,. JOHN, .
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- r-.1 ALL KINDS OF $ \I ., bad the honor I, of, being Liked for1' a. pleasure:'ground--- -Scatter - DIRECTIONS COMMISSIO_ .itS

\ III. manager of tliejfamoiis'Royai this f"ewbf the'native horn '
, I febM.8Simo-tf / \ over a -.
S-B ed A .... :' \ as Par Beac I. This.great 'mo l| trees. hUB been left, w'bich'add' Circular I etter"Inoedby-theTatted: t&t. "'
: at Trade.c.te/ to. I ,
; $ became '
immensely popular much to it, .beat ti. ,On! 'ithis square 4 DUtrtct'AttorBey.it, : ,
management.I !Mile was'equal-' the \iovers '-of baseball, golf,,,croquet! ; To United, jstates CommUsioiwrs?i _

: #oi ; ,in the, management.of,the awu| tennis, etc., will! hate an oppor-- The act of ..Congress appr red :March I .4'
: ; ; among \itfce great.num-. unity to whiis. away many: nJ hour'rand' 3, 1893i \[prohibits', the ins itotion of
rfTh ideal r'n; managers' tn'the State demonstrate/' to the lookers-on their criminal proceedings for .isolation of;'

rf ,, : nonejmore. deservedly. popular dexterity,and, proficiency! 'in these the internal revenue lawsj upon the

Merrill., | games. ; complaint of private citizens,'without I

.: 1 L.r -- rIxt".JD\I\IMPROVEMESTSl ," I -THE: ,HOTEL;81SCiTrE.I r the_approval in'writing: Of, the,United '.
"f I : improvements are still hi "At fche '''Hotel Biseayneribwned\ by States Di trict Attorney.. ,I call jyour -'

r-I'' .GUARANtEED. 'ANALVSIS- .: \ \, : \\ in and about,the rOUnds sur- JosephA.; McDonald, but operated in attention) to"an. order of .the 'court, -
\ t -. t"u r' 'Moistrire, '; Uie,Royal Palm. The tour- connection .with the Flag System, made by Judge Lockfon January:'loth..
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"333' \ !" 5r' 'Insomnnia, t visited Miami IastSiA.will i there 'have, been-important: changes. last, which .requires, 'among other ,*
4-, ', \[ 4: ". ; \ :: \ The office and things, that in
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) Potash, ognlze'the surroundings:of dining-room: [have ljeen prosecutions for Violations t.
, ,' ; \ Ode J} E, cluaiicip'oBrt' Jt ht'CottoniSced'.hfeaft w; (\\ > ; {i Robert-'Uagei the; bead enlarged, and a detached erinda: on of .Section 3242 Revised'Statutes, v'

"4 | .IMSto/red:Phofphate; Fine Ground \ : \ with. large force.of expert the .east, side, has' been added. ,rTlie ','The Commissioner shall make a. 'concise -. / ,

,, 1ty J> } ,: j): Sulpliatd of \\ jas sfeadiljj'apyvork, _ayr<<.l =, broad. porch*.'on. t be* front of,the. hotel statement,-of the facts,.'"as ascertained -' .
,w-Wrlte for directions. for_nslnr and funher particulars,r' dwin'M sun;/ner, beautifying'' the will b.r'extended the rotate+ ength'pfthe from,the,party akilg'be? cnmI -
MlUer/orlrtU.. I ] t,/ We Carri t Nags 4 Stock of Fertllter Material, C, ( t ap immense_ rockeryAvhich; promrntS ,add ujiich' .to the beauty | knowledge".arid :forward the same to

T&ri!a/ rjVret'&forei!buying i t' .; : \ with vines,' dowers apd anucunvenieuceotherhouae' s >* "I I the "itnijftt :Stat *.''Marshal with ,.the _
I [Intermingled.wititheeearc: /This ''year liwtel l.Iliscaynevll; be tini, [ warrant.! 'bis: orderjwas designed to . E:

; ]t Wilson TQomer:; F ; : arches and pedestals' .constuct- der thetnanagement; of, A.E.,;Bernis;;ofhe. I enable the United .States'attorney.toy ,

theFertihlzerHouse' Florida CO work'and smallrmany-col-, \ i Calie Mohawk Mountain] Iluuse.! form a correct; conclusion as. to' the
? of ,; : \s. and shells, whit I 'bereland: ,: IIi is. the the'latest'addition; 'tu. $uperin-: merits of eVclf'case! Jn the future I'

J\y:\; l-18-tf-if.. \ 3"c3a \fountains ,ending orth they; .endeuti d\,.KtiqttVjefficient, 'and popular shiH| be compelled_ to'require Commissioners , 1,
. CHIBB i & IIeuNErAgentaMiami! : ;' C; Mj! firowa, Ag r .crystal: !Water! I6n either corpson\ managers ':y!. Bemls Js no to comply' with its terms.
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: '[\lie: broad winding\aralks 'are stralgt'ItQ! { thetrarelsng[ J>u lIf. For. At:preseu this class; of cases.is acco .
: : : the ,greenest', grasses closely eeyeral: yar* he Las! been lbe'ma'oag mulatlrig_ very rapidly; and it is often;

, \ 3u \ ,,as soft as a'ca'rpet'bf' down' of< I jthe'Xiw .Kockledge Hotel( Rocked the; cos ,_tha t,11 arareqaijed toast upon ...
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"\ t hrough'\hes lptsVjf"green ge.,; ':It pder. is stipervisiontis; hq- i verY'nieag rJnformatjOD., therefore
raJ\T: t : \' ::artistically! shapededswitr) tel was unable to acc'ommQ4:1aleah that respectfully request Commissioners'in F_

,1 ., \ I : ofi every'. hue and foliage, and sought shelter; there.!: .lie is the fyungest ;: the t futdre to afd mein preventing' .

every'.kind.( There, have J60 'est hotel! 4lianager'ih the Stale.!\ MryBemls 'olous'prosecutions, by'making careful, ,

14 '.. '1BSOLDTELYTHE18HORTE, \ : \! :: \ .n *d-many varietie. oft: palms. ,'.' bail\ a* natural genius for.thi1 I' inquiry .into:all, complaints made, by .. t
1 t : \ work., He. is planning) private individuals .
'1 v ,. \ \ Always. !. :. spmd ; for violation 'of.
;: : l TBBOTJOH.PTJLLMLAN:DRAWING' north side of .the h telj].a still pleasant. .'surprise In.the way of, entertainment \ Section 82-12p and not to issue warrants
t ( is noticeable for his guests. ./ except!in easel where there is : .
nge :! piieithleads .:.. ;\ good reason -:
) 1 ';THOEOUaHPABB COACHES, %: r '
{I .\ \\:4\\, t .: . the broad,walk that '. '_.'to' .V Y"HOTEL.MIAMI..Manager to- believe. ,.from, the testimony of
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\ I entrance of the Graham'of Hotel Miami. has reputablew-itnes3es! that' there ,bas ,
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J j \\I'\ NORT i EAST \, rtu. -fountains l witllartistic\ a large force of.painters at work'andistaking ,been' a lubstantIal violation of the law.:'
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have
1 \ \ \ surrounding: them; l' 'In.the .. great: pains'to'hayeleverythipg: II reason to.suspect tbat-many: .

y'', TWO" ,DAILY TRAINS; BETWEEN. F '::1' basins' are thousands.oft'the about bis'', house\ in the best;Condition ,complaints .are being made, by worthless -
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\ rad.en..wbo
, t t. t play hide-and-seek' for.his winter i business.Jllr are prompted by -
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.. 1\ Washington and, .Southwestern lt i\ { h ;'daintf' water 'hyacinihsl Graham: are vgteran hotel I.peopleaned ho other motive than to secure the fees
y 1 I l ; .LI : eft 'of-the wide circular)valk Laye ;'made a' great success" in Tai' : Incident! to being' a witness i In the
: : ,, __ And:the', ,-' \ \the Casino thereae4, a large chosen 'Yocatign., ;They 'hare an" ei United States.. Coqrt.: .. :Prosecntions -*. ,

'; 'om.i \ ; : ofx ocoanut t w'hiJe;\; '. : fan- tended .acquaintance' with the'travelIng I upon the testimony ,of: individaalA of '
f,. Zl" HOURS" JAOISOF7ILLE' OlWA: \ I II. : bedsT with: ,blooming flow--: public', and';:are both very popular..1\, this character should be rUsco, ra ed. _

I. \ t_ J : '',. 05LY.27' HOUIS:3'. : \\ : aK ,plantV-witb:) (col Hotel Miami is;situated near the river Hespectfull'y a:
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<", ' 11.' -i .' { t : g t adorn tuia'spare t : oh Avenue 'D.: t iMauager'. Graham has -'J.' ST1UPLLOfG. '

1*Solid VeatfbaJed Trainteoinpoaed of Latest Improved' P c \\ UI'T' L G UN Jed: enjoyed ;|.al ,mosrprosperous [summerbusiness. 91+' : United<<. States Attorney. *
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0\1 i ; : \, ,iAcC. dhI'OUP\\1tboUhhaDg to r \ :\ l\\ . .-
. .; I ', T *delphfa.NiwIork an_ d ; /; IY in front, .o{ the'. \ in a:, .- (Ills /already: ,receiving \ .'. .j .
t \ t \\ fring -Jeav .:cocQanu.t, ,trees manyletters: frain.iorthernpeople. in \\ bare, Death for 'Mosq: lto, s.

;:,' 'tHROUGH: 'p' 'LMAN '.PR WIN i : I ; \ 'triabgular plat. 'OI' either regard to'board. ,."etc I \\ From. the Tim> alon.- .

v i. '' E JACKSOr V1LLE.A '\.the. broad. walk e din8{|'to the. '\TBE COXOU.T"I" I |Two and one-half! bouri are required:

'. t -T 1 ': r j.-, i \ > : \ \t ce is, a narro_ v' border 6 t 'l Proprietorc Conlilly. also up' :and : fdr,a mosquito to develop from its first; ,
i 4'ThroughSIeeplnsr; Cain Daily Jacksonville: { y \ tel! andmbst| 'eiqoisite: power.. 'doinggetting his\\ popular hostelryipea stage,',a speck' resembling cholera bacteria -
<< W" "'to ,'entertain, his juanyfriends. ;to its active and v venomous matu
_. Cincinnati, !s.: pirjtliefileft':\ : th e,, y }
::1' \ ,.: .t'W! TheConollyi has } rity. The i insect in all it/phases .
\ a .' have been added. maxi y enjoyed o a,most :may :
1iLAND
"i: ; : : \' r : OF THE i t : "of palms,-shrubs and_ flbwers",1 excellent' summer business, 'and U .a- be Instantly killed"by:contact with mi-

\ closeiy-shavea carpet { popular resorV.wjth'the.. 'great army oi, nut qua tftfei of permanganate off :
For detailed Information u to rates, schedule *, e" p '
\ kiqr ( at.olth.BOVTHX&VBAILW. .Tor 1UoonDectlo&a." \ perfect*..,, j . traveling people'who\\ are \contiriuautgri.i potash. .It 8'claimed thai one--part: of -t'
\' : ' ..' \ : : : b-: of 'this! and' directly! In g' to/and fm; ''thVougli,, the States thiseubatance'in,1,500, of solution digS a
L. A. 8HIPM15,'Florid* Paw. A.gt.tl ,West. ] the hotel is a: square*.jbf. cocoa-' 'The' Conolljr la well\ furnished, well S' tribnted in'mosquito marshes will render i }

L Y.,OULP. ,v : .' W..A.TUBKi. j _.; \ : ; : ; ',numbering'10!>." 'Underneat h! located, and ,lp' a desirable place.for a' the\\0 development. 'of'larvae,, impossible -
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WMhyttMthan e i that a. handful of'
<.' .'a. W ihington. | ; g foliage lies;a.carpet o!. wiaterbome.'t [ ] permanganitewill
:, 1dua.'I807. ,. sgr' e.n ''Directly.:east'of.; 'thi{s. Miami is ap aI! -rt and, uptodats bxydize a ten-acre swamp, kill its
.\ ; ..:' \ 'those'who embryo insects, and keep i it free from
tropical groove is iif, pioce city i t in .every: particulatlani\ ..,
r c ilou.the finest 'pier l t that t > enjoyed her hospitality'last\ 'year will l organic':matterforthirty ,days. at'.

\ / xc' ; I the "bo'r'der:;: ,of any .dmertea 'surprised. at\the! wonderful _cost oflss\ ,bents;.that with,care a whole,, ,,'

1 -' .''.:.Tbislwitl\ ,be:.r r) changes, 'that have taken'.place\ in':tneirabsence. Stat 'may be kept fre ;oftnseciipests E
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: \ the/g estslor the Royal ,Palm\ ..From small cOt Tillage t'tlio ll Cost.An efflcaciooa method; .. .. '
't' :flistilled' ,'W er..d : 1' lintel! Iscayae.}, k. it has .blossomed' : intp, *' City\ of. no Js;to i I' scatter-: few 'crystals widely y, .
: A single pinch of permanganate a
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' ..:- ", Mia : e o.. S. N..0 J : [ '; of: Coauut..Par'separateVi : \dbl mean) proportions, with all of,, the con. baakill'alltbegermsinalap0g1tllOl' =:1.-. -i. _. '
i\A ,:\. J , r Pajm Avenuef is a wi lI, veniences of a metropolitan own. ,;v :! I _
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t: ': .. \ 'THE MIAMll\ METROPOLIS, NOV. 5, .1897. t : "

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brightest towns,on theSast Coast*certainly1 I.details j as 't$ all the'' -

.ITh ] it is the brightest on* in Dade, whit !have teen I mader and ,;
lay Metropolis.o 'for thla. is not a case in which "there what|titishoped .to accomplish." nk I II
'' ofayscayue
are others." L same time we also 'expect tij> r
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; ,. Entered' I In I aa the sewn Postoffice claea'faatter fit Miami. Florida' : : - I Ii l' true 1 picture Ion a ,, large scale i
J 1-V- \\i : Miami as itVill I appear when
i DEATH OF HENRY GEORGE. I \ '
THK ilOST SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER Ptrn-. : : JO
and also a picture of the ship as ',.
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:t-_ \ t181JJW ON THE MAIN LAND or :. \; )n the. death of Henry eorge of pears I f floating! In the; \L i ;MIAMI:,: FLORIDA.' / ,. .:
THE. UNITED. STATES.: : New York city humanity ,has lost one
.. | about November 12tii., I ISCORPOKATID jllNDEB'THE: LAWS OF FtXtRTDA., /
1-1\\\ Pnttltihed,," 'toy the East: Coast Publishing' Company of,its noblest 'champions.! I IA \ The, issue of i, Xn\ember( lOt t : ,, /'" ,
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: :a Corporation \ : I ''soul pregnant wHhlhe purest pun t

w LTLRR s; GRInSII .. Editor( : and, highest aspirations. has, sped our and;opinion we ,'pr' ove ali worth orders pr .b for- M. ROWN. I ;.. Conducts a, General- 1 .Banking.Business. .

i- 1 1 tots| \ maker., I i copies handed,'hi not later ba i PRESIDE Issues, Drafts: ,on All"
\ Subscrtp lion Rates. When :Father McGlynn :Booked upon ORMICK: 1 of the World. Accounts
WVear..... .....A. ........ ......2 00Single F 16th inst. ; \\ : ; I Parts ,
1' 1\\ \ he1., still face, of his departed \ i'
1 ontb' *.. ... ". ..... 1Iq serene, 4.-... .._- 1 4 VIC .IDENT. Solicited and Every Favor Con
copies',j!....CHI"!..*.? subscription 50 rents extra to flater RAILROAD H.GARTHSIDE, sistent With,Conservative Bank
'1, J 1 roitage.. seemed t6 ,him "as .if he, stood, at the / EXT NSION, l CASHIER ... >> j
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> [l J sys' S*fS t-r*' S ft. X OSt VN X* ** old Roman t ; ins Extended. .
bier of one of the heroes, I \ / .
Wktrdpolis for Sale ,at, the Startling\ SuiemenW of Henry A., fa ..
The is Following ,. ....
4\\ F f }1', Agencies:, I lie 1\voiced\ the sentiments of all! who 1 New Yor In Kegu&.lt the : ; '( <, ;
A.T.'Carter' ,Coooan at Grove, f18.< hare enjoyed the honor of knowing the .. of th'Florid East Coast,RaUw.\iy.is \ \ Cf n ::5sPO N : '- \', :
,Anthony BrosVeat Palm Beach na. ; ;. '
Altaxl at \\olle' ftttits' Furnishing departed philosopher personally or who -Tht oh file at Juno in > .
r <ers; : ,
::4 Storci,,MUml -, are 'familiar',with,his writings. t'th the \ ; Seaboard National! Bank, iI New York.Jacksonville.
e\erk'pfcourt a bill in
samuel jklt'her"ltU"ml\\ hi a. I y
t, C.M. iieer, MiamiFlai" Iff death had not claimed Henry in which the American' \\ Nai 1 Bank- of\Jacksonville, .', ; , I'
neat\etra Co.. Key Welt, Fla_ _
KeiI. George as a,shining mark.last week, it Finance\ '
>-\ -- Company, a corporat \\ 'FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT: .
All(Communications\ should be addressed and i is quite probable that the masses for Xew lock, and 'henry A. Howe, ,
' orders and' other \ Kn; nth Nacfipd and Kuhne '' New York.
; all < heelte'drefismoney\ .remiltatieeamadepayAhleto whom ; :
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.- t he had struggled so manfully e8"' E. Sinith,, E wards, M. -
THE' FAST;> COAST. PUBLISHING' Miami CO Fla.MIAMU '.. ando\ ,long might have selected him to Lem A.pmith ar.com, : \ , f J' :. ,-..
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\ preside as,the' bead of the government' the heirs'of Dr. R. I \ Bnrglai-Prok.
'erril1e'rU: t.IrDn ,Vault and Safe. With,Triple Concussion:,Time Locnf
'FLORIDA, 'FRIDAY, NOY.-g; 1897, of tbe|greatest city on the continen C. I W. Ilolcomj), the| Florida .... ',

; p II' -,-- 7.>-- ----' -----' one.which W': its greatness rivals thai Coast.Rai Iway Company, i John ; ." k t". ': \id the Mos| 'I mDrOye Male.fE. \ .

WK republish.by: request in thi issuer of Rome In !ts palmy days no Gaddecreedothetwi '' son .and all the \lot her settlers I | ..;

\lithe\ articl entitled "launch. of the e.\\ Perhaps e'in-, Peh1nJ' Grant 'are defendants. \ \ ; .. .
\1 iam .t-|' 'This i is i in order to supply th crut1 workings''of. ,Provide ce till'udde.nftakin'g' i bUHnrcb i \ ncery or bill ,of ; : L. BRADY & CO.:

fieavj"1 deiiia'hjl for extra!., copies of last 1f 'pf this spirit niay is brought,for thel'purpose'of ,

vet k'> issue'::vrhlch we were wholly nn- I make a'deeper:impression: in/, he heartsof ing, the Perrine heirs*.to carry ''GroderiesGtain" and Garden Seed t
t' k Mile to\f"rnish.:\ '! {, Thin article: hasretieived men' Vnd,prove,of. ,greater good than tain contracts, "Which Ins &11t g Hay ;
Verylfavorable i comment from if he'had, ,been: spared to achieve the made with-, lIe-nrrIA.( Howe year* i *..>, .
honor! which his trlen s had planned it being claimed that the P rrine " \ 'I -
tiiepres* and also ..rrOl the; railroad 1 t ; \ '
f jilkMaisl being! : by taxi, thebetdescriptionlof for. him.* !\ -, / .agreed by ?aid contracts or : MIAMI AQP; .:FOR if(APE FERTILIZERS.r'f.

I \ \\tI he Miami yet\? published. "" I : to,convey to said Howe 10,000 , .

'::1: Extra\ IcopiesW: tbis weeks. issuemay. , ,RECEPTION: YF 'THE MIAMi. of the Pe' vine Grant. We call the' attention:of the peoplelof Bay Biscayne to our ,stock l' .of Staple
Perrinfe 'h irs their Fancy QiWriee, ...nit'and': Food Products oral kinds
behadatii"Wixd\ METROPOLlSI office. received ; also.oar stock of Grain,
\ \ ', :OUR people with one accord are anx: .from tile g vern fbt. The : Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground Fond and Wheat.: :
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} V that the steamsh' Miami shhll be We are the only booM Bay Biscayne deahngexelneirelyinthe above line
". ions p issued lastj February and no { on of
I., (: \ the\ quarantine at New Orleans accorded a ro reception on its first' Howe :-Webny close and.will, 'sell cloeco\ AVe invite cormpondeneA and solicit ..;
0' come-s in under the old patr nag Very truly. .. 'JL L. BRADY. CO.' My-if.' .
arrival at she
f '. andY\ bile.. the Key West ymet- + tne Port. whose name referred to and i in a1 tale of woe I' >

I chantswli0\ had been buying in those bearsI5 4..not surprising, therefore, court to compel I the,.rerrine, neirs \ ... ,
cities, had to go to Jacksonville} Saran- that some of our'I citizens, unaware of him a deed to'10,000 acres of ith

1/ nah'tah4\ rk., 't'his. ,gave n.im- the. pr 'i h.i i\had already been rine Grant, and in support of |
\.J ked-4should\ \ | i A" .. .
M'I' ..
arra hav started a subscription 'M Fr
: ; wen: .: boom he freight business. on \ ,makes a number of statement1 ,
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,i, .,the 3tiami4jAey i West 'rout!'." But it 1 lkst'to, purchase".a.'silvjer. service gatipns in ''his 'bill li) and 8W : I, : II>

I 'earn i atla season of the year when gales I thebjllfetrue.' j i 1 ;. .
; t : and hurricanes are common and unfor- /A! plan of't.procedure. in the matter of 'We will not I attempt to, rep if '

"J. tu teli. the\! line, was not able to main-, deceiving tbe Miami. ina'\ proper manner \numerous allegations detail,: "
\. "' : for ) service and. making the day of its arrival interest 1 1I -
regularity: Lot
tain4 record : they would not the
3 -1\\; ;* anti/tails! efery' advantage: of 'the sitiia- a, memorable o.neJnth h.slory! of, this readerbut' 'then- is one st Bij>>$ 'a.n qe inence

\. thou: k / I' city"has eeu under careful: cmisideratiotl which will bpof, rryiit interest ,
I I' : by four of our mast. prominent ,
i \ The :season is now: past / fair ; readers nil Hay ist alnpo.oDing
,, >weather i prevails: and use caiyfce sure citizens, ;with whotntpe| (\\e
that the' tripaof". ''the. ;:steamer/between' I.. has 'also haul the honor tu ing as HenryA.. Howe 1; of New / A: E. KINGS LEV -

,this cj'ty and Ke r West, will, be made co-iip rate:4'heentireprogrammefM: Ind.ma leu, it i is, {utider { w ,
.j ,with regularity and. rapidity, and" ,withsatisfaction beets praciicaily! ) agreed upon, except gwtethis: .statement I"referred te General Agent: 'for Mrs. Julia. ,D., Tuttle.. ,

I'I \: : vtb. .ail. parties concerned, to eerttItl I. minordetatits I : t : The.arrange- batim'as it appears worn! thin ( .. .
and be'r!t ruUy1up to ,Oie, high standard men sf'have-f''Ie approtialt j.ol Mrjlar- of complaints ,r" : : .

/ of' ,promptness arid/. )'ste natlch;excellence ) rgti=,;vive prfsidentof i the;, railroad,'and: "The Florida, Ea s"t: boat' From $50 Q '(to $1,000 Per Lot, Acc rding to 'Looatlou.RAILROAD ..

a :, ,that:have always ,characterized, of .Mr!' }Kitbtt!? ", ,superintendent of, the Company; besulea' its other;- : :
I ,tire Florhia'lSastJpoast':Line. 'We ,believt.thattthe -, Hotel) System' whose: hearty-:.epoperationwas and illtentiei'lI* purpleand 7'B FARE to Miami over the Florida' East Coast Railway,will b8 re-
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+ i absolutely necessary' lo make 'extend its railroad fjrom, its to ench p chaser of a k>% provide.pnrchasar will produce receipt for'moo
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erebants \ trhich will be received -
> terminus tit .Mlawi'A u.lt seven .receip ae'caakin part payment! for,lot.
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to' advantagesi'ihat: :'have' come'to1,;, their a scale- \ said Grantand, ,to enter,upon, a ", '
city and'willcometo. : them with'even They; flyef'gentlemen of;Miami, who for that purpose, to} cut. ,

f ]r' ;greate' oreel i'the'future, Jt)y the establishment ' have had the matter.io i hand,'as well as tree the soil destroy and construct,the vegetation ditches ,. HC'TEi.; : .MIAMI! ..

: ", : of\la competing.)line, to ,the vrailwa'y i \and" hotel officials men- utnkments thereon, and to'take f : > ,\ :
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"their/ rtand' .the, decided 'betiettsaf-: Jjoned, defined! .best: that:the ;whoie sion of said laud and operate a 5e. _, .> 1h1.tia'r'V"Fl: -
t 'forded" : .,them:,by i'(the' Flagjer' system.Tliere matte be kept privateuntil"the; plan? thereon, 'to'the saidtland-''! ", :, "' 1 .' 4. -. .' ,
is.no.4oubt that through it they bad been'sufficiently! i l matured, to insure parable:injury. get/ j /

t ."_ave ,been substantially ad\anced in success! ;and for ,the,furtnerreasonlhat, a'Mr.:Howe" swears! that the : CH'ASE' ".& HARNEYNSURANCE

;importance: as 4 a.t valuable; ,commercial I it was beheJed a premature public'an.r Is'n't' only to be extended 'tc\'tt -' ,
). port.,!-'andl' *eare'sure!' !that theresidents noiincemeni' would resulc'ln the}natter: :rive Grarit/biit beyondtit.\ ,, He: J "
6f the island Citywith their becoming'.somewhat state before the us iu:the,d"ark, however! !aVto' -I f

.* accustomed:appreciation' 1 and shrewdness'are arrivaljpf.tbe ship.' ft sat believed if mate stopping p ace. 1 1Mr i FERTILIZERS. ,

;. .willing, to show it .in":every the program*,in, 'all its 'details,'/was presented .: > .Howe further :prays fro ; represent; Tbu'ty.:.ix[ )\lion t j 1:1'e,
practical Way,] thereby; encouragingMr. ; Jo our:people i in a"' proper 'man for an, !injunction, \against!, 'the" : 'of Fire.Insurance> ,Capital:ana p are Resident Agents tor"3wift- '
..Flagler, to stl i greater accomplishi' tier on far 4outthe; : 'first week in,December East Coast Raiirbad Company l paidorer > fire loaeee l ear and"Ideal"brands,of Fertilizer::
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.h :ments in Ineir direction, and vastly: enhancingtheir'oavtlcOmme the universal'approbation and straining. it from building',and in..1897., Wl 1 write in Dada : 'l-j Oo Goods r.\Prices suit. your\Pocket*. and our T'
rcialii.nport enthusiasmwhich:it felt confident ating a railroad upon laid ; : suit your soiL >>
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..*nce. p would at' fe be excitra would/not ; it
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t .* ''"THE, . ,DIFFEEENT, ,TOWNSOP \ out"the, programme, which i ,would on, the lands embraced' .,int said '{come \& unless! lyon ian' : worth' "'
occur, in, the'{second or_ third'weekinJanuary I This disclosure. of.the t ]' j := jo your money's .
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One of the West ]'altar Beach papers'skid The foregoing a're' the only'reasons no-doubt. prove startling n.eW' ,

recenUftbai"> !be MiiUlI postofflce why,the public was,}of fully. informed Biscay'Bay readers' and+,is j
fi ,e t bad'been'raise4to I.a8s;.t this' of. the,plans which'were' being ,formulated surprise' to .thoseof' (who NEW. 'YORKBAK.ERY '

3 shows, the:way the, different;towns,oft When: ; 'anotherplanwas: ; ineugurated'lnstweek i' confident that Miami was to I I .:-:

;the,:State ofgDgde .are'groping,jn.size by some'of our. best permanent termiiUs s:. tj, !the" : ': 12th Street. west of Passenger Depot.Bye .., ': dI }
(and }importance''and is",evidence, that citizens; prompted; by _natural'and i East toast Railway Con p -I : l

;cannot' be,disputed.]* laudable motives, it'becamenecessary: !statement; of: Mr. "Howe ....is : : Bread .r
We: beg' ?bs I'.1 thatwecannotsee. to 'explain toa. : certain',extent.'what I pointing to, be: sure, but fo i 'i"fresJ T Vienna, 4 :

Tiow tbe fact that) 'ami lice been raised' had:already: .been done, and.the public i does from a man oflsnch\ high I HomeMade, .. "
,rom a'fourth-class postoflice to'a third- now' understands that a program' ;; and being under oath,'we'u I \ Graham ; ' l ;:t
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'.class: is anyevidente'whatever, of now which cannot rail to meet with uni vernal .I it as true.Hosvmany. I 't 1' : r
[ , Baked iaily and Delivered: Free tq any part of town.. ": 'l
'the different: towns Of'Dade" are approbation: has been 'arranged terminals.does i
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1 ;groWingIn'our: ': humble opinion-it i3indisputable :All I\tbe\ :details'have'not, :yet been.posi! ler propose to build anyway?' T unt&t I 8'CabelPuc's.one most Everything'modern:;and first-class.firat-clasa Specialty ovens .Picnic of fresh and confections excursion 'tx:;

l gvidenc: of ,how the only; tivel1\decided; upon, but:a,conference; terminal, whichYi'a i:!not yet i furnished eh rt'l notice. '- ' r" "

.dig,in Dade is growing. :Then again, will take: tacVitJ:1l": a few 'days. ,-andnoidouptn at,;Miami is'! ,pretty big piece of, . t '.- ADAH' MAYERProprietor': I II
brother, why Mo you ipeakofVtbe 'different ; alirrangenienti will be and we have,an i idea, that] it' I
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? y : ...number I deliTer. ei thing free of,ch.rKe... Remember the plc.;12th Street,Mist went
tona" of Dade? / fewere not made;sot that theMZTROroLlewIl1! Joe be enough"for. many' yeari te ncer.neopt.: :. : _-- -' l-Vc.fp-mo
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,awarelherelvasanyirorporatedtown iii position' give, a_statement;?of;,the But, ideas'and pt'O'd not :; '
In Dade: ''county' e, ept-West Palm whole mutter\reviewing,'the birth_ or facts'are".unanswerable: FrSik. : '
$eactL ')Ii;Howe has sP tlen. S. :i4krse.REAL
We
,! : arTorced iotbe.conclu the.undertaking'. _its'subsequent development r I ,
; ,,ion,. dear,bnxdier,that when you,reSerred and howi.it,became! .'possible I ,to .;. Key,West real estatesbou. d '
[ << to"tfu 'different towns of Dade'pjxfiow make. the, advent! of tbe Miami at,this accordingly. If, the [railroad: } ESTATE

any they were growing; ;youwthave port an 'oceasiowhich' ,will mark a beyond Cutler, either :furt t : ,

.) : had in mind your own town, most Important date":in l he'bistol'1f .Key" e must, be the. ,. objective i ;

;, 1,1Cthe only town in Dade, and 'the city,,not:only as. .the'beginnjngo1 for,,Mr.,Howe does not. hint'of_ ..
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: 4ve presume you**ere too modest't< the,foreign, ommeree-of(our port, but tention, on tbe",part pf the,{a ": Miami Dade -.q ., Florida: : ..
: 't/ rtiametheplacebutsimplp referreiito as:.|he birth of an'institution:' which w e tunnel beneath' the atraits'of' t... r.
v"' 'it in: an indirect! but none the jess annu _- trust and believe will always looked and extend its' line. to Havana' :!!- '.! ", OF"7\ ."
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Ukable- inhnner., '\V& mire you r upon with"prideandappreciation; 'by ,' i > ;. ., 'r'W ,FOR LANDS' : '\ '
: modesty have :not. interpreted the citizen of Miami, not only of,thi i '
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,f\ 1f'we !- : op<"nat 7 a. m. and close : Florid Coast '
"J9r par gra logically, please >vet u. generation, but of!. those to cornel\ p. m..'Wte can sell bicycles. ch Kast : ; Railway :Co.,

:; .?g I4-bnt'dueoin a kindly! ,charitable Inf our issue of tbe 19th inst., we,ex;- is the time. to buy. Only a few '. ', _Floridk .Co j st: .Line Canal. 'and' Transu Co.,
i \Spirit. 'BeaU J, ),on hate got one of,the path Jto oar readers full day gets a bicycle! ;Tbe-. Miatni ''x'' '' Boston, '
.. : > present;; t with !, Co.," : ,, r, 1.T ; : 1 and, Florida. Atlantic Coast Land Co..
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,. GROVE ITEMS. The Housekeepers! ,prepari lor uriant growth of tropical; fruits and 1887 \ 10 YEARS ESTABLISHED 189" ? '
a 'grand supper to fie given Thanljis- flowers, pat'nral roelk springs and beautiful -

.: Dr. Simmons is again able to be .out, givingl night. .Mrs. Peacock, chairs bay view.. Tllia section .is'pecu- Tfiir Magnolia Grove and y
" after art [lines* of several days: nan'of the entertainmentcommittee, 1 liarly superior 'Ifor ,its nice high Nursery Company,

Kirk 11 unTOP'S trees are looking reports that she will be rf'ady'with ountl4 oVf'rlookin'p: the bail and the t
thrifty and are growing very' fast. he best of meats, salads, English plum ex { '' eharacter;.as fine \ ELLEv w; MARION COUNTY,- FLORIDA.' ...

Miss Lilly Keigwin spent :Tuesdayand pudding" and pumpkin pies bnsh ss sites.property has .several We have a rho oe selection of t
will be order fine pieces i of his
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Dancing, in cream near placeto
Wednesday in the community thf.gUl'st >
ofMrs. March. and cake will be erved. dispos eNpf and wi'JIlleli not less than I Budde Oranges,, Lemons and Grapefruit Trees '

>jtfick> Carney is the happiest h'-an in I two acres tone lie+on, as his, anxious . '
Dr. S.:II. Richmond of Cutler was the Grove, and is wearing avery broad that 't lid portion of the section 75,000 Trees ,m Nnrserj"Form :'
.tip' to the Grove Tuesday, ton busi .
: smile, tile cause'of which is the arrivalon which is! ralM lwa ton Heightsshall '
i- ness. consist. of spacious ; grounds and fine This! section has never been Infested with tbe "WHITE FLY" the stock la clean and 4
Sunday Fuller
Mrs. Moore has written that she will morning Langdon bt'llitbl'and|equal to any in tbe State. Great care bas been exercised In pvorurtng
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ulla. Coming ,ain the shore road -
Car'ney,a newbouncing baby boj. He ig bu'lwoodthateaeh variety'would prove trnetoname.VAaIETIE&-
leave for.Florida about the 15th of this at the front -of the 'handsome Parson Brow Boone Saaford Med Jails Pacer Kind
\ 1 is remaining at home for a few days, passing [ Earlyy Pineapple ; 8U Mitch'
month. eceiviug residences and grotind\whieh dot the el.SU ]I, itcb Jl Blond: IUrt' Tanilff Valencia Late ring,Taurcr'ne, and Satsuma
I George W. Hughes has returned'from '-tlie congratulations of his Orange, Jo8 Wlyn:Walters and Seedless Pomelo. YllLs Franca, Lisbon I and Carney
i ; many fr MId:;. Mrs. Carney and the banks, the panorama oTv loveliness i,* SIe1IyLem n. Can also furnish prices on full line of Deciduous stock. Trees,de- '
a .visit, to .his old home in Massa baby! are etting along splendidly, unsurpassed But all) of\he Grove I livered atallkx>Iota on the East ,,st. .' "

\ t .chusetts.The Everglades Sunday_ school will Mr. and Mrs W. W. Pickford were tion beautiful that ; it \\not were idefcl.Hard toy OnVis nd i a por- TO THOSE,CONTE PLATING.SETTING OUT LARGE GROVES OF SEVERAL THOUSAND TREES
wal. in a a
have an entertainment Friday Evening in Saturday evening, calling on heir,, good position, appreciate t all I will!l Iltwe'ml personal assistance, if required,in superintending. the planting ,out of -
Nov. the friend [They dined at the Inn with ( stock sold from our nnrery '_- J
lith, ,
'. ';0. ; Jr.and Mrs. Boggs and Miss Convene.lr. I while at the Inn, with iu homelike facilities .\\e invite al I|So Inspect our stock and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. Cat -
and Mrs. Archer have
Captain returned its :excellent jtuUine, andxthe alogue after October,15th. A.DDRJ1S: ds '
"T from their trip to Key West Pickford has been kept so busy at I . i
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v they report pleasant trip. -. the mill. of' late, that he has Iwen sl- I sociability of'the host 4|and hi,,' estimable I, ,D. WAITE :
lom been. Mrs. Pickford attends the \ .
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Mr. gall'ha bought out' the meetings of the Housekeepers' Club, ofwhieh wife. Let im l':iss my days at ..Ort.ht3111&-Io. 1. Mahager..
repAiring '
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shoe business from Mr. Gul- beautiful (, <><(m nut iirove among itspoiMunut
lira and j8 now ready for a call. cliche[ secretarj. I groves and ';l\jgnnlens,. beside \ '
Red, Drl Faris of Miami the LINT N LOQIC. N'T Y
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W. W.. Cnlbertson is having his store its-elegant; "'lnas\qlll\llan\ | the; softpull's AGRICULTURAL .

t repainted,with his name in neat letters 'resbjtenan pastor, preached* to a fair from: glorious' Wry Biscayne, or Will Staring i his packed his and ; ;
Congregation in the Union grip
l' .the front. 'The Messrs* Adams Chapel lhl:' ,\tJanlic' t-trongfK breeze; I let me I
on are last Tuesday night. All expressed left u pirtake of the pleasant '
i doing the work. tht>ms'elvt'slIt'lightt'd! with his pleasing ompltnioh hip countenance pn the little town of Postmaster at Cocoanut Orove. .. I
.h Homesteaders report that the waterin 1'--'of its genial residents, ,]tId life's dream aliatni.[ ...
the Glades,'is down manners, his easy style of address/l of unallojed Imppiness and contentment : ".,
going rapidly
his logical arguments and his earnest j will be realized.? Every oii e reports a fine, time at Shorts practical articles on this subject are r-
and think will be all ,'
they that they solicited by the Editor
Agricultural and should
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appeals lie will preach hereafter. Miami Sunday dare well .
right for a crop this winter. / \ a << pleased be addressed him at Cocoanut Grofe. ._
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the Grove-1on the second and fourth -i,\ with the town and people-but home is
Paul Ransom has built a substantial Sundays of month. ;home the skde. '
pack just oranges.
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'rock road down to the dock it is VISTAJNOTES.We
i i f. broad and high, and reminds' ;one of The \jtruckera are all busy with their . \ Capt. Andrew.! has at last vacated Jamaica fruit id selling in dew York ..,

the beautiful avenues Miami.; all crops! aid anticipate much success. .. learn the House of Refuge and has taken market from $7 Jto $9 per" barrel and* -
K are glad tq t tat Mrs. Laura
Joe> 'Jennings has about the largest refuge with Mrs. Andrews on his farm Florida from |3 to $5 per box. _
..' Harry Peacock took a party'of young 'acre's under culUnlion.He Blackburn, who ins beet quite ill at west of Lemon Ci y.\ -
r ;people to the entertainment at MiamiSaturday Is recovery.CocoanUt '
followed by 'We
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I Damp :has been the usual salutationfor promised to say anything
t. night.! They report hayinghad boys who have made such a success of Mr. Fornel of Grove, paid the lalt'two ks, and Some have* aboufit in the paper d: so, will have l
a pleasant time with the Yniries. farming in the' past few years, due 'to a visit. last ,we 'k' t<> his friend and silent
been. knqwn to omit, the last letter, ; to keep about the basket of flow
Jimmie Pine was down from, New their energy\ and perseverance? which ouiitr\nian, Arr Charles Courley of through forgetful ness, of\coiirse. but ers left by the handsome Duke at, the

Smyrna thill'wet.'k.' He,looks happy in are,the!:important factors in! any un. this place.; I' \ everybody Is smiling now. \ post ftice window, "V.et: are sorry now .
his new role as a married man and dertaking. \' General Krohii and, his
energetic The muck land will not be cultivated we made the promise as they are deliciously rl
;;wonders why he was a bachelor.so long. Among the! various property owners friends have received t1hl! week 8,000 as i it last the sweet and entrancingly lovely.,
' extensively as was year,
The schooner 'New Venice, in who deserve Credit for public spirit In irawbefry plants; to'l't(:he set out at frost having disco raged mans who The exclamation of Mrs.: P. M,. was,

.Monday: from Key: West'with merchandise repairing the' condition of things in Giiavft'Kej. i: i I | reengaged in the culture of pineap-- "Is the giver' of tb beauties\ mar-

for \\sevl"raf[ .of our businessmen front of,tlieirjplaces are County Com- Rloxam l Johnson and wife have re- pies and citrus ,fruit,as the frost of last' ried? If not, why,not? a

and, after unloading! sailed'up to 'uissioner Shine, Mr.'A.F.:Lang, Mr. moved'to Key Wejpt. Mr' ] Johnson has ,winter did not affect tbe pines. .
Miami. \ CiilbertspuandCoL Ma donahl. These secured permanent'employment in the one Camphor Tree.Considerable'interestis.
,"., Mr. Jennings hasbt'pn making parties hate' put rock in front of their Island Cit)'. r i || George Brown is pending a'few'daY8in '! manifested yr

things hum, witlnbis. large force (loft places ornavel\, otherwise done work to Mr. 15.ataon' and ire' nily arrived town seeing the ghtsand renewing( in the future culture ofUhe camphortree
preparing blavegetabieiarms, drain water tha, has long .since beencondrmn'eil acquaintances, having come' up inF, lorida. From the: fact that _
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to the seed 'Phut such immense of tbejram
commence :!sow i j the'schoon..r quantities areyearly' ,
ioll.. will
ihanda ',* occupy sailing on the Big from Mianki '
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week. used in the .
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Capt. of the
Manly
owner he Jos.Vatkins and
place ,setout five to West ] of theghtJ4iti
Key having charge
of the 'Frow ]has been smokeless the ,
utureacthe demand
:' cottages steaui yacht Chire Amie, has: written acres Of tomatoes 1 i powder, x
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secured for, Episcopal serv1ct'8r'and i to; ..Mrpeacock, of ,the Inn, of his,rn- \ : 1 at 'good ,prices. -seem. , to" be as, =
'Father.'"Huntington,,or. one of his colleagues tention: o> bringinglus steam yacht to Mr. 'Taylor Merritt, (the efficient Wt.o gret tojcarn rthe d.-nib Dlr.Sturgl sured.. Al>

s.'; will have ':regular, appoint-! the: Grove, theiroming' season, for use superintendent has oft\ tlchOor: the for Dade. %'a former:silent ,of ':Lint n\\|; ; \ ---- .
county, been'apPoint '
at the Grove:' on the bay. It is 500 feet long and has permaentcorresponderitof who r use. here two years ago fromMuskCgnn Beet Sugar. es

e2t George Ri bl"ls"wb.o! 'ba 'been I con- a' draft of t 51 fei-t. Capt. Manly,is also for \) the Times It Union. Micli.aml;:! .during his short; The-impetus given tfr'ihis ,industry ., ?
Buena Vista.
attending his refreshment I. \ tbe> of the tariff and
owner of |la very fine passenger boat, tty among us won many'friends who by earrangement
'store,during the'summel', has been suffering with accommodation for 250 passengers Messrs. J, Truittjahd Fil! Harp, \are vilTdeJrply nipmthi ewitkthefamily : economic 'laws, is, already] marked ajbd s -

with a sprained back, and his {and a Gloiter fishing IIm ck. If on their homeward way after-a few I in their:,bereavement: '.' decided jjfew factories,are constantly

jf. Son George is ;attending. to the bull- be can fino\H, 19 his advantage to do so,, weeks' hunting expedition in the Ever- Mr. Thornton spriiigingl up' and old ones enlarged
'ies. ,, ?./, j. he will bring the whole fleet with him. flades. They had a wet.tr'p but they he ol razorhack fame) and imp ved. Tbe; first factory in; .
1, ''j"Prof. Roland Thaxter, a botanist of bring 90 large size ,alligator skins and has moved into town and occupies,the' New York_ has, recently been startedup'atRome.d
Harry Bruce,chief clerk;in the establishment h icuise owned by Dr. IcLaughlui. He '>'
,Harvard Collegeha 'beedat'the'InnF : ,It deer skin 1 i jj ,Contracts with 860 farm- ,
for more than two'weeks,; he is explore of W W. Cnlbertson,' whowas i Mr Sam Filer and his bt'gbt eldestson Uad hardly .struck trn. before one'old, ers to raise beets were made the past f i1'
married Su dayto Miss William- !
log the hammocks of-.the neighborhood ackl azorback started out to sample sweet' season and,1150 acres ,contracted'fori
; the Sam are ) from
>
jolly Key.est
-search of for thatinstitution. anna Weathford, is receiving the'congratulations : potatoes; and iiTc< .is 'running +
specimens
in. of his manyfriends.. The \ and will remain for' a!. month at his freedom' other y per acre j : '. '
and like isookiug
culprits '
j ( } heir beautiful grov to attend to the: seven to twenty tons of beets. ,Three '

{ \Mr. Kirk Munroeileft,. New York( young days, at couple Mrs..were Trapp's quartered, but are now a few in >planting_two more 'acref,. of. pine-: through bars. tons of beets yield 700' pounds of;.sugar i .'

:last Saturday morning,via the Mallory!, their beautiful l new home. On Wednesday apples. 1 \ Mr. an'd--Mrs. Fritzi' J: ana twp eons and one ton of pulp, the..1 litter worth ,st
-Vline' for 'Key Westand probably!', were 1 of Yew york, were in Linton one day $2 per ton. i\ This year the farmers take _'
,night they treated to
a serenade has '
Charles Courle placed
}" } reached there' ;'Wednesday; he 'wilj of a high order from their friends. :30 flowersaround trees last wee They camel with the intention pay in preferred stock at ,:|4 ,perton'and
) ,
J' besrdes large number< of
4' Si ikely sail over to'the.t Grove\ arriving Harrywas equall to the occasion and a of making: a permanent ,home in $1 in cph. :Next year theget; .. zr.E
his house.!! They will] add very paid all in cash ,and 6,000 ; have t
f'a' South acres
( here today i".s, Invited them al\ in. Refreshments he and engag ng in truckingand ; -
| ;; much the :his which'
to beauty or place, been After
f rch'er.of already contracted (or
_Chief Keeper : pineapple culture., Pompano being : _
q both liquid and were dispensed.Mrs. .
was
with
4 light, and Mrs. Archer, FOWJRock spUd already adorned.' many*plants- I the objective: point. be men of' the this year th* Rome factory:! expects to

f from a visit to Key West.: : Stephens! } our 'school teacher, and fruit trees. \j \{\\ ,party went down on the freight train; use 600 tons per day. The percentage'of

Or ,in the lighthouse' boat. in the face of Mrs. Weatherford, wife of Assistant Messrs. Charles an4 Georga Bull andJ. to look over the situation and are sup; sugar in,t be ripe beet runs from 15' a

th bad weather of I a few' weeks. 'ago, ,Keeper Weatherford? Mrs Thompson, Fmcq, three young men if Plainfield posed to'be satisfied asl they engaged to 20 per cent. In California'several: -

? ,bo made: the trip.safely \o. :$ the wife of the otler| lighthouse keeper, N. J.,'are here tb 'spend: thejyin- Capt. Burton to take a oAd of lumberto new factories are building, and tbe .r
,
I: Mine 'host, Peacopk reports a large" !spent Saturday Sunday ,at Fowey ter. They will reside at Gdava Key. erect a* small, house and will move owners are bidding against .each otherfor '!'

'"number of applicants for ;accommodations Rocks' Light; aid\ Ur8 the children with their friend Gen rat Kr m.'Theyare their household goods as soon as It is beets and ,have already ,raised the

,which, indicate, than e Inn,will were 'along.-!, all; report a pleasant delighted with the climate' of this completed.' They wer accompaniedby price 50 cents a.ton. Altogether'tbe,

have its share of patronage this ,year 'time. It is!'a rare! treat to visit Fpwey section and will locate here perma- Mrs. Bg'' lCZin 's-brO'.her' who will sugar outlook,for oar country fs good,,

'.Mr .and.Yrs. ft'lcockihave i had the Rocks Light.'standing' as it does, some nently. It is rumored that the name return to yew York as soon as they are and with present conditions continued't X

Ina pun; | ,>readiness for. tti "winter fourteen miles fro n the Grove and several of their, place will ,be changed from settled in their new home, but expectsto in five to ten years the 190,000,000 sent,

.and.expect an early',travel southward miles from the old 'pape towns! so Gtma Key to Bachelors* Hall., The return with his family in the near I,yearly abroad- for sweetening will be" j

Jacksonr.Peacock' ecompanle&byr long abandoned. It ''is interesting to young men are excellent milsi iana and future and\makehisho eio the Sunny distributed among farmers'and" .workmen -' .

several; ladies, went to Miami stand on the, top of this lighthouse, their residence will 'be an attractive South. Mrs. Fritzing and sons, with t\ at home.i\ ?
young ; up which is 123 feet high, and look downat spot. They will no doubt char'm/the their household goods ett for Pompano t f"
this' week .ona-shoppi g'expedition.Judging' of'.inhabitants' i !" her husband The potato (crop;is short tbi year.
; the hundreds: of the numerous alligators around th i/pretty Wednesday join) ;
..
: the articles
by purchased on
0 fc ut deep as they swim to and fro 'mongst place' .in the Everglades. ?/ and brother who have been there the \All over the eaH' the blight and rot has v
this trip the nest Is ab ready for .
\. | the coral and sea' f n., I past week getting\thing? in readiness played havoc with the crop and prices:
.. the gird; before snot er; fortnight The entertainment for the/b< nest of for the tamil '. They arfc,bright,energetic will rule high! one with-;a crop of *,* -
: something: will .happen.i! j{! ., Lieutenant'Itiugn L. Willoughby 'lof the 'road fund last Weduesda' night hustling} Germa, and will early pot !need donbt a good market -

:' 'Mr. Eugene ,Dearborni\.is. with his the naval reserves ''has sent a box 'o f was a complete success 9 .nnanc'ally'a' :doubtless make a success(of farming. and paying prices. .tbia.year.,

"family. here, but he 'may\T,5e: called to goods to the?Inn;which indicates his well as socially. It was held, in the . II I s .--. ", _
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:Jacktouville at anytime, to take'a position arrival here soon I Lieutenant ;WilN Smith house on the bay front and the 'i ,. ; '
with one of tbe large';railroads. oughby has spent several, :seasons herewith room was beautifully decorated? with ELLIOTTS Y. The Soiree Chantante. -,,

In Qlie He goes away, his family may ,Mrs. WJlloug by. They spent palms and flowers! ,Owing the late- The musical,programme tor t.he"Soi-,
sotan \follow him.. Mrs, Dearborn, has' last :season4", at!'the Inn and Were quite ness of.the hour/it was impossible to '''J. W. Watkins paid-hUfamily a visit tee' Chantante', be.'given Saturdayat

offered his property_for sale.. ., popular. ,Lieutenant made an extended ascertain the, atnqunt of,, the! proceeds last week ',{ T *fc the Hotel Biscayne by the ladies of

.Mr A. A. Boggs is'industriously,attending cruise through the Everglades in time for this issue of [the ME ROPO- .'. Mr. J.Br Albury and; fapiSly have returned the Biscayne Club, is as follows t -

< to ,the preparing his landand's4tting in'the' interest' t>f science;'and ,the ',re- LIS. A large Prowd.wsrs! in attendance from Key West .. Piano Duett ------L ,..::f.-......-..Galop Brffiant
out fruit treed fend shrubs. suit of his trip was very valuable from Buena Vista, Lemon City and < Mr' Willie Filer; of L neon City, 'is Mr*.J. B. Belltyand Miss Kittle McDonald.' l

{V shingt n.. 'They|had a pretty cot- surrdu gdircountry. t'J'wenty-five' ;or here stay.ing!\a few day) his = Ixwe's Request.:",.,!y -,.,.;., .Mrs.Gardner., -
Mr. and :Mrs. Boggswiththelr, sweet de- from Miami l 01)) planta Out on the Deep't,;/.,..., Mrs. Geoj Wallace
little baby in tageat :3t.Angu'ltlJ1e'hich was ; 80 young people came up ,tion.. Pansy Blossoms.4.Mlsa: Kittle McDonald.
\
the !pretty back of Peacocks Btr 1ed ,by fire a. fev jears ,ago since in hacks and by private conveyances: Mr. Thompson and; Frank, also Romance ;.::. ;;,/4; c-: ,.Ttombone8ok.
cottage son
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which time they have the most Thv.itiusical And literaryj partst4f..the Mr. Jose Mori Gonzalez. '
store.i ,They take their- .meals' at the of each Season-On spent Bay ',17ieWillniurhhrs programme ezcellentand\ elicited Mr.; Johnson| came up! on. Magnolia Come Back to Erin: ..., ._.,Mrs. Adam Core, x
Inn. V: Biapayne were ,
: to on her Iwterdar LJ.y4> Mrs. John B.Ketllr.
'the T) musicale at the Housekeepers: belong' to the gayest: at hearty applause. After the concert Harms Sound, the Load Timbrel,, :...-. ... -c..1.Chorus, '
I '
ewpo'rt where they pend their the enjoyed dancing until late Ji C. our public school teacher > >
guests &
Club, ton.:Monday night to suer .
,
promises ;. I hour. -,BefreshmentsTwere sold during says he likes our Key and that his y ]Tf; \
be a very entertaining' affair. .{{ith mews. t '
'L health is better than it has been t ;
for Dissolution ,
the. voting
evening. A contest for the Notice *
Urs..Bolton and Mrs, Pickford ,at -.thebl'lm' The' METROPOLIS man spent acrj. ,
most lib the'.roomresulted years. ]
we -may; expect literary and pleasant day atf| the Grove, last Tuesday popular in a' victory ypnnglady for tbe friends, o(( Mr. LouieYolfe'was a passenger?one( Notice is;[ hereby given, to whom 'it . y t
musical treat. 'Refreshments. will be Through the" kindness/of lion that the firm Lovett & "
(concern c
may
Miss :An..ie Johnson ana that the {ifXeW Venice! this trip.Mr..
'served along1 and bring J. Ewan exhilirat ,:ypung ( 1. mutual ,
\] Come , your W. he"enjoyed an Wolfe Laws has been dissolved by con-
with a is to' takes. look at the
quarter iContractor : ing| ride 'behind! Mrl Ewan's speed J lady.wai. presented b4quet going ,* , '' sent. John P. Lovett has acquired: the .
boquet offered as a prize.? The Island City. t -? /
,
: McCrimmon<,jis making stepper: and had the!opportunity' of ; interest of E. J.tLawAlo, said firm and '
rapid progress on the :new pike, and if seeing most of the beautiful places in',, netted 18.50and cost th admirers. of Miss Knapp 'aD'd'ne. of her pupils will, settle all accounts'due' said firm
he, will ibe: this the young lady ;over $10. : Miss.I Ella*:Sweeting, 'weni: to Miami
nothing interferes; at the: vicinity. fhe/trip: [ 'was--- made a v t r.Fror and ;will collect 411 accounts owing.to .

end in a Week.. He intendsjto begin at south;past the'eiegant'vhlas' of Mr, : ; Saturday;:, They returned Tuesday' said ,firm. \ ,-: ,

this end and,work north so goon as the McCormack, Mrs ,Moore Capt.: Hay a couple of dollars, ve cad'makeyourbldwheellitoklikenev'and morning. and, report. -a pleasant. , .,.tyim'e. .. Dated at Miami, Florida. .. this lit day"
high tides cease." ''Mr. McCrimmon will i f'ni; .}It:. Kingsley, Mr.j'Lngand: : !: after : :' frX vemberr'1897.; I to
,
stay with Mr. aAd.MrsTDearbora, while' 'I others. A stop; _was made at:''Mr. ''we.do; it,will pleaseouf; not, your J i'Xew stock-of; crockery n 1\.elsou'sfurniture ,. 1 JOBS P.LonTT.I '

,fil* Umeia'needed at this .end. ; l an''. magnificentplace with its lux<-l money. back.. ,;. The", .'Miami Cycle Cp.ii.i .' store.. i' -:' "-"-*"" bnop I-hii; fB....JU": ,' \,. _

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I' \ I\ I Thg Niagara wheels:for rent' at Th I Midwinter' Butterflies., II MEN OF MARK., ; I GENERAL OFFICIAL DIRECTORYCITY \
Yuen 4 Miami. Ie CO.'IJ.., .
., I .- 1 Cyr I TKerej \is'\ seinjeljjr 'a.ripple! on die, Paderes ski has been decorated by : ,
4 broad s irface t Birayne': Bay, ,acidS 4

I A I .TemptingOffer.We . { .. br>?je; whit floats I across to oiir KinK Humbert.. ; OFFI.CERS..
Vista Ii 1 ] offer lots 1.'t' and 4 of Block ftMiami. It $is 32 bites now that Gladstone gives MAYOR-John B. Rejlly.ALDEKMKX k
: . They are situated on the eootD veranda, |(s ImP pnble' and almost as each motet ful t>!swallowing- -Jo A.1'MeDonald| Bon.F ). ;
1 'j (i' side of the'river. These Iota comprise- much,of, i Rugge ion as a realty. Yet, I Francis Murphy; sass that more than 8. Morse,'\V. M. Brown,E. L.,Brady, ,
land hat ing a frontage of \\\ feet it has gathered ID, t1 ielicate' I pdors; from : 7,000; 'persons have signed the pledge Frank T. Budge.. l). Coegrove, Walter 8-
: facing} tbel\ river; also 100 feet 'front on ,the tropiral I 1 luxuriance of the shore fcince he began his temperance crusade Jrrnham. 'r-
f Cottage Avenue D' and 2(10( feet on 18th street CITT CLEBK-John M.Graham.MABSHAI .' .
ijrowthj iu Boston -
,and on it are, borne gaudy- :
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We bought these lots cheap I last May and *-Young F. Gray.
1 l j 1 . :f.s offer the three for f 1,050. Will be pleasedto wingt'tl.i>>butterflies i with various! mark Frederic Saunter, of the! Astor I, CITY SURTBTOR-A. L. Knowlton.

: Two iniles north of ,Miami, show them at any,t!teal / ing" of gold and silver and scarlet, assign library is the oiliest living )liM'-arian.j I PKESIDKST: (.F C OUN -Hon. F. S. .. :.

1 dote. [to \'jthe Rhilrtoad'D'' : ''2-18-tf: -r---t-i ROBBIES & GRAHAM. of\It' heir lint+! gee;.and soft, girliMi, lie was Ini assisted to' "| his place by Washington .1 More' *. STANDING COMMITTEES. '

a'I' By l outside wholesale; firms! your laughter1\ ,from somewhere: ,below, as I King Humbert g. of' Italy carries seven ON FixAKCE-f-Brown!: ', Badge'and Ma i\
I New Building, large, airy standing i isj often/aleulated by the appearance rart>. ree\|and spontaneous' : a$ the con* : and a half millions life insurance and Donald. 4i t ':

Bedrooms. :.., of th '"Stat onery that 'jouiHe. rolntions of the biittWflie<* themselves!. has thus his wife and, heirs _J'i On BULLS AND OB.DtK.uca-oraha. ,-_ '
i : Hunting, Fishing, Boat-' That'tnr':, Pd 0I1t-at the JIKTROPOUs High in the are'buoyant' prepared, McDonald and Brown. ,;..
upper air subs ntially for In
office be very .a rainy day .
ung.! ;i ,. << 'fs/of a quality you may t OsSTBZETSAND IUPRorEMKST9
\ .: French Cuisine... proud bf. / ', tf strong-phiioned 1| buzzards, floatingwithout which they may no reign. Donald Cosgrove and Badge. Y
11' j nj1 parent Wirtg motion, and 8.c i PresidentjKruger of the South African iOs| :iAmTATION-Budg. ; Brady andoegrove.
1 : Chas. Courly; Prop. Bicjil/forks reset from 75c u'p at lea -CULhChin\ .<{ against. the viviq republic, "tatfs thai Cecil Rhode "

r (I :tf1S 1'r r The .ami, ,Cycle Co.'t'. blue' of s!jtlie\ skyj and their blackyneepiiijr is trying to undermine that, ;:nation. \ ON WATER AXD FlBK PROTKCTTOICoagrove -
J Rhodes is considered by Stead as the McDonald and Brown., -.:
Nhadovts play about the lawnjnd '
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iOs POLICE AND CHABiTiEa-Brady, w
1 \ ,1 :, ; I I an.ong' .the. flowers, as though i in} greatest, man since Xapoleon. joegrove and Graham.
Bismarck, complains! that, he is:tired I ,
a I f ursuit! oKlieir( airy prototypes, of told ) and lonely and that nothing intC'n"sts'him I PosTVAaTER .
MIAMI J. 8."Warnw.ASSISTAKT
A" \ AT
and silver add carl But the
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M.l M I i+- 1 any mreI4 says he' has ,no POSTUASTEB Frank Pierce.. f
>iitterfliei: and the shadows mingle together longer'any object in life. Agriculture .

I a' d cross ai id ecruss in uncon-!, and forestr have 'Jost ,their intt'relt" STATE OFFICERS.

t oiousneW4of. eacli- others' presence, and politics bores : tm. .He'does not; (Omoes at Talla&anwTU.J :.

L '- \ i . BUSINESS and RESIDENCELOTS( nd apparently injan ndit'8-'O, !', JoyouslfPursuit'1 ) mention whether he cf.hILS tried)!.the others exquisite -:I 1 GOVKBSOK SECBBTABT-'oP Wm.: STATB4-Jno D. Bloxham., L. .Craw, ,
amu ment helping
.1 I -r : t eat which i is not.] ford. '. -
the who are morel unfortitnatetbanhiniself.: I COUPl'BOLLJtR- II. Reynolds.aRsvBEaJ.
From somewhere out on water I
\ L I B.'W bitfield. -
: domes thesiow rhy the ie music of row- THINGS CURIOUS..! | ATTORjrEY-GKXKHAt B. Lamar. >

: : Ir'cks, andjiiow f and jthfrn the creaking British postal-correspondence:' with'' I HCPKHINTENDKXT or: PuBLIC I1I8'1'avoTION. -
t cf a roped' or the soft Uwish of a booms .=Wm, N. Sheats.CoilMISSIBSIONEB ." .

t" Now FOr, le_'. ; .. !.! a boat i 14 ''brought'languidly! 'into the 000 the letters United Statfa et against last year only was 6S.41,000.1I. DOO,000 OF .. -L.fiJWombwell. '..

) i 1 i hid ; and' Tar out, and:'still farther I. with Europe. l : ,,A DJCTASTOENEBAIPatrick. Houston

i ill the perspective%, ,.* re gleaming white : .A whale recently captured in Ibe Arctic II 1 '

r 'Pfi From$100to'i.OOOi'IPer: ( Lot sails! '$>mne 6f them I rand: distinct i ,. :waters was.found tobave embedded. SUPREME COURT: JUDGES
e and some faint and bill red. by distance Sin its side a Harpoon belonging. to, ,,4 R..F. Taylor, Chief Justice.
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F. B. Carter:Associate Justice.
lltw whaling vessel 1ha.1 had been out of
ti4ir in
down
the
aid with hulls} ;, .
:M. 11.
Mabry. Jnetica. .
M Aeeociate
: According swell. By1\ And, by, when I ',the fall bell J=en, 'ic nearly thai fl a< rentnry. ,Communications ,to any of the' State '
f Location. The accuracy tar: some parts of the?:
nd the palm, fronds i ill the west, and OfcialaorSnpremeOonrtJodgeabo}dd
\locomotive Is ttn times finer than,in the
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\ I the .' for filling .be ftddreseed to Tallahassee, FJ rida.:*
breeze strong the
iwaxeii
; \ r I 1 \ 'H. : ; watch; but for-ab/toinite measurement '
J ''f. \ ', !f I''I'. ''I out of the lifeless! sails,|they wilPxjreepfn thet( accuracy i in the Watch. is, almost I.S.SENAi'6RSF o FLORIDA
'1i' Ra fORd" fare.to :Miami over the FloriJa, East Coast Railway will be refunded: to rl, one, byione, ;with! their! reports of \three times as' fine as ',n the"locomotive 'lion Samuel Pasco' MobticelJo,'FlaT I

'r;, .f II I;" ftph punhaserfor: a lot, provided parchaeor will, produce (receipt for*such. tare..wliicb, tl eday's fishing:! and pleasuring, .and The wife of a captain of British ve!i-, lion Stephen R. Mallory, Tallahaaaee, 1 '
.$' :4 j*/receipt' will be received aa cash in,part payment for loL t r jh j . discovery I Ili I I 1. 'I', I'sel is about to i Fla. -,. .- ., < .; '_
i applfpr a captain's cer fc
: ;I '_ f\: Call on JOHN :B. REILtY I :Agent, !Hut. just. j\1 now I \ the sitfU\ are motionless( iflcate. She lias aile<] with her husband -. UNITED STATES.. CONGRESSMEN r .. Y

.' ' : 1 I Fort;sDalas] \ d'Colnpany.lliami(3r '. .. in ,the fart\) ;iistaneand I \ the (bay i is as: for 18 je rs, and for seven years FIRST DifiTBicr, Embracing the East
t ? carried a second mate's papers.
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savelfl Coat-Hon. R. _
{ gl ssy, \ >r a few ripPIf'1 inshore: Wo'DavisPalaUa. .
. J..E.. T'C RAHAM1 < I \ ,, BeriinpaysaUalaxyjtoaprofessioimlbird ; SEcoND
t I Vice-Pres'tf? an J the ski'l i is not Wen 'touched by DI&TRICT-Jlon.. 8.:M. Spark-

Fort Dallas' Land CQM;t. AugustineFla.ittle ) the soft, white cloud a wbich i Bailors catcher who kegs scitntffic and man- ,, Tampa.-
r 'MMla.. ;i \ 'jducational ins ituttQnSt supplied with ,
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J \ ,. : re and as'of gawl omen.. On :land the herds,. birds ne is and eggs, and he is RAILROAD COM'MISSIONEOS.
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.S r- ; '[ BJ Hi M. Davidson,.Qulncy;Fla Ch'n
rojal paIOl .I ake their fronds in, mu- tjhe only aura in the, empire permitted: -
: vend) to do so. H{ E. Day, Gai .!ille., \
sic acknowledgment of such as

r ,':Bros, 'Fertilizer' Phosphate CO. Biscay ne grn n''I 1 and highabove? them have:' A party';:of bcensof Dublin John J.pl.L Bryan.Neeley, Kissimmee., Jr., Clerk i, Arcadia.'. .

,thri crowns of 1 h stately bamboos'overlook visited th the bog-slip Headquarters and offlcea of the Board

a ; Xf JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 1"t \ the sllraH:! inlingS1\ as though.:'guardians measurements near:, ItathmoM.hd and'ob, made rvati, numerous'ns. ..The .abTallahaeeee.)0 <; ..
t>f all 4h s expanse; of midwinter UNITED
t quantity of boggy mattn.dislodged isestimated STATES COMMISSIONERS
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> butJ rflies. j" : at.10,000,000 cubic yards. John B. Frilly and Wesley MFeather-

:.. path by) ?oiirte! li, for it f fs larely ly. MiamI. .A":
Mann c r :rBigGr ;'H tUli .. 1 ...;... .?
: r to be discerned, winds|tunclr great live TOLD' 0 NEW YORK. ---
ate j\' SENATOR FROM I3TH DISTRICT f-
oaks whose limbs I' I..literally I! ,en- I .\the popnlatiobe i A' fl'w York cannot t Embracing Brf urd and Dade Counties..

TonaJ illjerFfr1iJiz.u 'cased,. in air I\ plants, aud under wcoa- called a chart -going one. \tTbereareoe ',, H D E.N. Dimick, Palm Beach.. ,
E: ': Grvu 'ts 1should ] : .because: the best. is nut \ palms! with pendant: 'fircles of \I less than 600 pi s of Christian wor-' 4v v -
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4' .J' . j ...., DADE REPRtSENTATIVE. :,
\ ,fhe ch est:{ t' 'v brown green i ijuils; and' on through ship, seating on y ,about 300,000 per-- COUNTY. ''
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: \ SODS' :I Dr.'E:B. Potter, of West: .Palm Beach' 1. =
: 1:1'.. : overarching thickets. ifilJ, lemons :
,.t .Little. Bros, :;Vegetable t o.J, itte Bros Tomah! anti orange*.1 I t And frot i vlituiis points II The most'valu ble spots onj the face I COUNTY OFFICERS *. -

i Best.Braion the : of tI .* indfliiff4..uats'1-ih comes1'joyous of Ithe earth; are Relieved tol>e.the:;four ; t
. TM. ; Special %art; the. : } corners whirrs: Wall street' touchesllrpadway. County Judge-Allen -B J'r. Juno.: _
ai *,"
< iaughterji and strny* glimpses of County AUornf'Y-B.B.Ta'lor.HiamJ. /
v.! : market, ) for tomatoes/\ I' ; Not b ing- ago $1,500,000 was Clerk of Circuit Court and ,Recorder of".
,
i k' {::. muslin and white sunhats, and, bright paid for fiver lots'< BroafIwa'loppo, Deeds-A. F. Quinby Juno. f '
; oJ
}! 1 : little notes of Interrogation. or com* Bowling Green '. .' Sheriff R. J. .
'JOli N ELLi$; enNorth -:- Chillingwortb, bleat
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\ }.., ; , radeship from', birds whose,identity i iundiJcoferabl U It ,is stated that'' more than 76.per Palm Beach. --:
t. ; 1.1.: A 4'T "'"= Overhead the buzzard cent.of those whopeopl4]\ New \York.today C Elector of Taxes:-T.,J. Hardee.: \ Co-.
.. l.- '1' 1- / . r'. .. ships\still floetandsailalidtheir' shadows were born:bi foreign mothers coanutj Grove.: f ,
while more than 4ol cent them Assessor of Taxes-G.C. Haight, West,.,
' laypi4hsthe\ many butterflies; of per were
!" : : '\\1 & ] Palm Beach. *. _."
; selves born r
soil. Peter
on foreign Stuy-
gold Mid white;;and brown and rt'J ahd Treasurpr: F.. Lamond,,West Palm,
I I vesant ruled, in hts day* over 1..rooN '
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,'marks and oat on'theangtiidly Beach} .fVeal \ _
c. lineage ; ; j
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: Yorkers who conversed in different
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Mamiu j Surveyor-Franklin Sheen, { Palm; a
: ba e ripples\ move ' andof tongues.' -.'t i Beach .

\ the It M* nary ,tie boats i .It Is said ,that there is;scarcely a nation County Superintendent of Pn6iic Instrnrtiin -

f'I'\ .1 i ., continue jandhi es,of .iii. w'ayne upon earth tlhat. has:not eating -Z. T., Merntt, Buena!; Vista.; :
\ \]( t .: \ and the sky.- heai1h.ucUesof places of its own m XeMr York, **with BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONER

t ., "" ''"1'" i I i!,'.. i J L I .x... "0 r I'" th palms, .disappear:and.,then its 'own viands' and drinks its own ,.N.W. Pitta, Lake Worth Chairman.;.''
oul chatter, its own cus lorns 4 nd subsidiary G.\V Laiuehart, Palm Beach. %
begin ward the,East,and
I I Ito creep recreations."' The clubs'and' the W.J, Shone, O coanI1 .Gro\'e. .., '
even
TheiNew.j Will( operate to in time. the sun! jwlff I 'nk !in gorgeous? theaters are also connopolitan in char E. L. White,l>mon Cit .:' .' .{

11 1 plrn or.behind the pall :&roods in the, acter. At some of t lie Bowery theaters ''W. SJTancre, Hobe sonn L'I'\! .

> : west,and the shadows wip. ap._across plays are frequentl) r given in Hebrewor Clerk ,and Auditor..: of: Board-A.. 'F.,
Devei the. 'JanaJ
Terminal ? : .. .' that, unknown something! 'Ii, chan >''jddsh! : Qainby, 1 ____ p

: the North,is called twilight, a1 when CIRCUIT COURT OF SEVENTH'JU-

' the stare, will come out in in>riads: d I |t\\ DICIAL CIRCUIT.Enbraeiar : ,
'POtTION the of the ahd the castanets I ( Dade and other Coontleiy r -
NORTHERN CITY. ripples bay
w OFi THE J "
: web.. terlsr Circuit Judge-John D.Broome, Orlando
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frond in soft
: S'r of thr palm play! ( i \
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: r unison| over the dreamless'rslumberQtthe ', ttematioiial: Prosecuting ..Atomy'V." ." Beggt. y"

North :1ltianlil Hots half 1 a" mile 'from the New: butterflies., FRANK:til. :fWEE Orlando, ; '
1 ; .; jire. only : 1 .l Clerk bf .Court. F Qoinby Jnno.
p ] 'a few minutes walk I 1 Ze 60x 00.) Peac S Dale, R.,I. 1'1' .- Dictionary Fall term of Circuit Court' convene
Terminalrpr : I t -
Succct '\ Fire Monday Fourth Monday'io
I ' f r of th rJIlbrldged..1'T1Je'O.ao on\ after. ,
", Xlleyin ,rear, 'of every: !lotpool l".tS! breezy 1 Roads Between the Farms.From Grit Standard. ;.t t1Jorltr.. NovPz ber. '
:
; tliej Florida Times-Union 1 And.CltlIPn. 1 80 wrtirt tlon. It J.Crewer, SpringTerm on First Mondayafter
boa 'c t \,, 'J. .. 4 Juattca,4:.. SWJnpreine tfu"-,
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\ tloiis.. : We I have been,so busy ;annihilatingcontinental tandarIdolacerpa Fourth Monday in April.
t 3. }.: :" t :. i f ..' 11' distances binding seas together t
;; PrfIIUnc DADE
:- t .".' :' PRICES$50:00.: :. TO: -' :$7i.5'.O.9 I and spanning nations' thatwe Supreme aa. COUNTY-COURT.'i. N
l : .: ' _, Cnn ?t}|i Jndgi*-Allen E.Heywr.Jnoo.
4. : .J 1 rl .. , have each our: neighborhoods Isolatedfrom "o,. Prosecuting:,(Attorney-:B. R. Taylor, '
}
I whhe. other o'ur farms!! and Miami| t I ,- .
lonely,
i Thiy o e': they 'may.ie: had 4aj They willdoublk : Winter) T'rm-Fira; Morida1.in'JIDI1
: families at the of band (llld -
our ji-
/ mercy: every / .
boj> worih few months hence when theJNew t* 4 .|
*' a of tramps! !! that invades'the State. ..We- : t \atera. S ary.Spring ''Term-First Monday in Apnli

Terminal"i Is i2pmp1ete3. [Easy Terms r .t need country.road ,andthel same policy,; ; \j Slimmer Term-First- Monday in JolT

rnr. that'made the State'draw or the.. futureto . and 14-< v...Fall Term-First Monday: in.October]'
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y' '
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;f' r i obbins &' Gr_ h give us, .railroads betwee t the towns 'arll pro-1-| :%\I.j 8. LAND OKFICE.QAIN8VIJ.LE.- FLY-t r

,. ft now demands that, the coun t ies.give IH I J THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE.\ .r U.:D.'Wainwright, Receiver. tJ. ..

.r. l2july 7 tt.,f I!. 1 1 s I OV? R POST OFFICE.. 'roads between 1'th efarms.iXomoneyneedbe \ ; It t*easy to find th.word wanted. , il;Baron. Rpgiat rN J
"'" It l [-r- < : .. ., ' :.- ':. I ... wastedaiid.what i*,spent\\ il h Is easy to trace the growth of a word. .. t. I ,
f 'j.'" :: -----r- tr p 7' 'honesty-and judgment,will -ome; thick \.It U easy to learn what a word ncana. Sewing machines and machine pairs 1
: .. Imported 'nelta4Abaloli, \ per 01., .10 peeponnd I ''
; Tt Miami.Cycle CO.
4 Florida *" & '* an hundred fold. ' Tie New Orleans Picayune : repairedjit 8.
maym
: ; grown one year __ 1.
j I Snraatrn, 7V per nz. to $7 rJr Ib IVannfeMatlniliO55 t 1 '*Manda now a roooniuent patk-nt Imluatrr,' ..

}' 'r'O" 1} 1.'ee' I 'Uf UAKDEN Tobaorn SEEDS 4Hc- Cornt pr Fleldl'arietleaMicpergr.t pc Ib. FIELD. AND 'pP! 'q f :11oJ; Al'oaq( t; ..L2f'uj i oneof pubaahed MllUaot the acliolanhlp.ta trust this Mquplete eouatr and,,and njethanloil,[,Metal work(lull ever mia: : Cheap Wild'Lands., -

-'I; -t a pnetpaldUMt1" per'bU. freight not paid Sugar *p ; 7e. Ialamowlayt agtgttat 1 iagl Tie Raleigh News 4; Observer We offer CO aorea with good front:on tbs
.
;-. i \.rla:ties, ;c pr qL, pout paM, $2JS firlght or e><- '.-v)' s.apuq aqt tSAn 'jdBi:'joSB ajaganq i Our say: .
Individual prpferracra i'fW Bay situated
; ' ' I pr>*s not prepaid.)Cucumber:! 5oc per Ib poet paM. forrarrlj for on JCey Largo near Pump
Squash,Me perlb pout paid.. Penrl.Millet the tact udder crop,25c ir,Ib. pod paid.. ; In lot of ps.mod '.c.z1HaOJsM "I '! nJP '.3utaqBJ i i the anothFTdirtluaary.biitalietleraequaiijUnrcvttni lafer edluoa of etolrr ttw Invrnottonah kin Key bc4ngf lot .3 of t.ion2. and:
: j ". 6 JM<\ 'over, not prepaid, IV! pr ib. All oc.heri'H'eda' at egnallr.tednred ratoi. International njJ Sajppau oif.tau aat.egd1 hatted tie t ,awe lot 1 of soction, 13. Sooth
Township,
l. fctock Too 1.fiOr per ptt 'Ittternatioaal Poultry Food 3Gc per,pkt.. L.ICAMEROXJan97tMir. : 'I lUcttu>< Mr tut'T<1 *' ear*."",our
../'.. ;- "- TJwk, son mile, FlL'h uI I .f>jwl5Sy.joa1ie11A:, aqj'Y' !-aaoasaqj .sacs fungus 40 East.; Price >18 per acre.
UI palo1 Mensu: ate Sagf: ialacu1u i The .Atlanta Southern. Cultivator Alva!lot-4 of section 31, and Iota 1 and '
E h- *. pas 'paod\&O.la\.1 isainaa dq a; pi Dnpdo lay kiimfll a:* ..wehat&t'I.. the aundard dkibnar1 Ira 2"f section :32, Township 6O,,-South \
selection 1' S i of Rang 31. East-U 1 This is '
1A choice air' sage aamalns' uf "100I littpr GET THE BEST.IV i f.ninaula.nMr Madeira:Hammock; "on
'Dr nrmnm ] fi at the officeoi pjnoq*sjaaacd Jiiqi! tvqi 91''I' Spedmen page tent on app&catioa to he mainland. It baa A mile of nice shell

Dflt n ; the 'METROP-'I';'aldnoa ao; t'ttDfJJ pahlia-Sl. teasaaeu:tau'B jo V asailid 318STVJI! (Jeq\ UJ aq.. 'G.A. C.S not MESSIAH rin.Seld..Has&bay cbeap reprint CO.of,,Kaetontcditlooa Publisher U.s.A. ,': ( beach acre.. and' madeira. timber Price. S3'per.

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:: t : I: ; \ : THE MIAMI -METROPOLIS. ,. NOV. '5, 1897. ': 7. ; ; '1'



.LAUNCH.'OF THE MIAMI. I' \ OP INTEREST. 'Ten Acres 'at North Miami ';
\1 ; _
lanii ThiOto from
North ts Continual } page's.ltiutJravt'f \
Being the'a
:this' side.of the Atlantic .To BeJSeen In''and, About"Miami. and Bile&ru.1 ion SO, Township J4'of 53 ne, South}&of ne of Range U of Sec-41

The Miami wll( be tasty as, Abe is \ BaT. '
last
lines. i lying between iho railroad and Bay x
Ranging in Price Fromi$30\ to $',150. guaranteed to show 1J( knpt9 on'her RIngTdrpnnarid SiwnUh Mackerel FIshing 10 'very close. to tb Bny. GoodlamL. Price;
trial trip, and sli* will unquestionably, Ki"Tl !!olhe Miami., . . .. >.. .. .. 4 -
A Sei""' -tl! List of Bay Ufccayne Pro ert1. If roni her fine IJUPA and great poWer' Th" Florida EvergUties . . . .. ... .d.:., . .... f'hePnncb ') 8I.Boo-v2-lfCtf'
: w mlnole India Camtrs... .. . . . :, IwiBBlTO ClBAHAK."l "l f f
a' ruit Trw:., and Cheap LaiuNl\ for (investment.t .. 'eaelly'rscw'd!! that peed,.while, at hesame '-.. and KiilM. ....: ..-... ... . .
lime, as herlmudelill show at aglancrl {'ape Florida and the Old Light. .. .. . . i. - -- -- -
Frost-Protif, Hearing Orange Grpves.-; / fehe will u> a in Fow K>eke Lluht .." ...... '. .'".,. . 1 ,. NATIONAL --- "' V
'-- \ 1 l'0.' La uids. very easy boat The Florida Iteelfs. .. .. .:L._... .{ . ...,,. 1 : ; .
h. i Phosphate a !'t'a8)', Itel'p.'eaFlshiu' . . .. . . .j.. .:'.. .. ... .. 13
= Choice of 'Eve As an example! of what t Americanshipbuilders .1, Pie Coral Gardens.. .. . . ..".. '\.. .'::..:. ..a0 .-lome-Seekers. ,*' '
Property Description/,' / ran''do the Bear Cut..4 I :: .{
'' following datais morris. Cut:: : ,'C'.t :::::::: :: L :: ,:::::: fta
NOST'DESIRAHLE LOCATION l ONJ B6TII THE EAST AND of murhfutere's : C ?tar's Rock and Creek .. .. ...;,+ -.,..,... -..25lltott'8 .' REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.Eihangiog
: I Contract awarded ; .e2T',1S97. -: hey I".' .. ..... ..L..I.'. ..... ib .,
: WEST G()AS r., Keel 'laid July '&. I Key Urgo | -t I...j.I..:,.:'...... 30
Grounds.t '.. .,. .... 4 kr
I' TheIJU Hunting : S
II i i : li
Fir-t frames erecte.l July 31st. samt'lwr'8UtOV .. .:-. .. .l.- .. ..y! . .. tl ....
E. ..Aldell.1 : /Ship:: launched 0|tober ;| UherPLACES. '. : ."r.,.... .. ..r:. r.C.w .
As the steamer;w'III be ready for tirrvieeearly 'Arch Creek .' ..- .-1'' .... ,. .1.# .,+. .r (.'.:.. Property for Property' a .
marltf-if.4 IvLiazxst. = t'eelhbt'r Natural Bridge..,.. :.. .. .. .. .. III Specialty. Send Description. of what ..
: __ in.J) it i iai belie\ed Jfx'oaiiut Grove/ "ro" .j".t.A.L.\ V
_. ._._ .__
that.this record hak neter been..beaten'' Lemon Ctty .: : .... .... yon have and what yon want. ,

and constitutes, aj fact to! which "Siiens \iUutler . t j; : jjl L< .MALABAB. IND1A1c\RTEB; i LOBIDA

Cramps can point'itli' much pride.the The 1Gtyaliiant FahmThe .\ ; . ...1.. .. ..,..,. '. ,.. I
Tins {boat has bf! n built, under Bamix>4ntj 1 ... .. .. ; .i. .:..... C.C.CARROLX: .
J' most careful inspection, and in accbr Wild WILeIJ\On ...,.J.r.: ( .1. . Oct. l f-K.. Real Estate AeenL y
;
Wild Lime Grove .. . ....] .:. ... . .
.dance with thrreytyirementt! and under &ker'sHatllover.T. .. :.... ..r..l,. .. . .,
the ruled of the American rfhipmas, tin:ike Creek 1. ., .: ...:. ...\. .. ;.. .2D
ters' lssuciatione4rrying.itheir( TheCrocaltlet'o :. .. .... ..'.t' .. :. \\ .:. .. 10 MIAMI I PAINT SHOP
highest.fating for 20 verj. ioiwe of Kefuge:i. ..... .. .I. .r,,: .,.... ..,. 10 -
.f > ; j ears.' J Indian Creek and Oyster Beds..:., ..'. ..'. .. W .,
She is in every rttpect a seaworthy) The Old Rufnsoa the 1IlamL... .... . .... . .. t T. J. WEAVER 'PRoP-re.
ship-shapetight lit',+le craft-and liot KortDulUs. |' '
:r i /1f r so little after all. [ When the! Miami i A CralHeon: the Bay of" Florida: i .i"lin ng House_ Sign n'd' Carriage.Painting
'" "" theKejs [ . .. . .. . ..,. . >
steers into'her homt port she will be TheFioridaCnlitreain'_... ....I-,...... "
\ ()istingtlichable! a loifg' way off' by- hfr Eteht Hour..Sail to the.Bahama, Banks:..1..... .:
black hull and.red w'ateV line, and pj \ '
the rakish cant of her! twin pipes and, Ho For Cocoanut Grove.,

t 'I slander mast She ,S a beauty. ,Slu' The fast an commodious launch I r .
c ''ery will) take her place! Ion the'route between ;; 'Daimler" leaves Peacock wharf at Cocoanut -

.. v t, .... Miami and Xassau on Januarj15th Grove' every morning except '''Decorative Wall'Paper'Hanging a spec* r

180$, fornnng. a) semi-weekly: d Sunday 8 o'clock' for Miami,'arriving \ ialty. Graining Hard-wood Finishing -

: ) tri-tveekly service between those port* at foot of Avenue D at. 9 o'clock,U Uo i I add .KaJsomiD 'Alllrork '

until the last of ApriJ. The trip acro lea\ ingMiami for Cocoanut Grove al guaranteed. Best of references -:-

will bt' made by this.F vessel in ;a 'fe ; 10:30: a. m. Far?' 25 cents each', 'way I ; .will be given.,

tt! hours. i Will make special trips returning t o 4ve. D and 9th St, MIAMI. FLA. r.

;'\ t Oil Miami in the evening tor' accommodation : 7m.J9j-1r.'h. }.

": Yr A Sign \ TilpjiF of parties,atvery\; reasonable rates. ; j ,.'

f Young Iluandenla to me, m Go down and spend a day or two at !
d l A dear this chicken is prettt'tough. Cocoanut Grove, the'prettiest place onthe. t '
p Q1J i THE P !COQ1{- INN
rc i11 Young Wife=-I kno itis,. and loan'understand Bay. Spend a day at the homelikPeacock .

d" ) .ijL1 I it at al.LJ! I"picked it ou1 al Inn and see the avenue of roy \I. < A D.ON'-:
*4 J I tr y sail, C 1! ', palms- clumps of. giant bamboos and .?
many other interesting sights in the
. / 1 :, "Did you examine' itj closely?" vicinity tf \BISCAYNE .BAY,1, ,
: \ "Indeed I did I looked in its mouth '

: I: SAFETY !e COMFORTQUICK! rI ELOW\\ RATES J! ,the first thing and Tcciuld see it hadn't Wheels cleaned I nside and out for 75c Five miles south:of.Miami.: ,, _
The
l. by Miami Oy Ie.Co. The oldest and largest hotel
fin&CuisineandSer'riee.. ] 'Coen cut its first teeth yet.Y.Weekly. Y.
ffo Transfer Between Jacksonville and New York. I .\ t1 on the Bay Headquarters

.: The Fleet isjcomponed of the following Uaudrom Nfw steel 3tena f e. ; Bay Front For Sale. for the. Biscayne. Bay,Yacht ? t

i Comanche,;:{new), i Algonquin t Iroqnois, t (Cherokee Seminole. The SprIDG'Poet: : Twenty-one acreS with a frontage of Club. ..
,
._V h writ" a slowing poem 'and, assertsthaf'sprinar 400 feet on the Bay] ,A splendid piece o f Daflj Stem laoncb Connection>i'Willi Miami .
NORTH-BOUND., \ land between
; has cornet"lie ling the place of Po.. RM, c 1
-- ..... From Jacksonville.. Steamers are'appointed to gall a coord ing'to' the tI
From Charleston. S.Fla.-C.. -calling' ; 'Charleston- ), Sundays,Tuesday and Thursday. '. way all poets knOw) 'south of Cocoanut! Grove. The, fines \ Special Bates by the Week. .
For hours of Mondays. Wednesdays and Friday Then he dons a heavy overcoat for ,ear piece of land for sale the .t' ':
.f{ sailing see'Clyde. Idne4'tScbednle, or Jacksonville on Bay tor thnonay '
,aud Charleston daily papers that he'd 8u umb. Prioe $1,500.. Will ('HAS. PEACOCK & SON
'SOUTH-BOUND. And freeze catch, take on Proprietors ;f' u
....i! : .' \ or pneumonia, while be, half cash, or,only one-third cash if ,
Steamers are appointed to sail swears and shovels:snow.rhlcagOJTlmesHeraJd.. ;
'. ,For Charleston S. C., from;. ,-Pier. 29, East- River!Mondays Ne.orkat 3 p. m.. as follows: 88rr; : oCOCOANUT\ JOBOVE, FLA. it..

ForJaeksoncme, FUu, ,(calling at Charleston!, Wednesdays: and Fridays. \ -. 8-tt BOBBINS & GSAHAM.
\ : Mondays, edoeadays and.Fridays. IatOpen All tbe Y ar. 1.1 J I

:: ,Clyde New Soutberil'Lines' \ Notice for Publication. .)
..: England and ; Y ;gDt .
( ) '
.1 l, . 1 LAND OFFICE( AT fiAtxsrruJc. FLA.;(. \ \
., Calling at Charleston, S..C., both wajs-. | No\emWl.idJ7.| ]I'J fhe.Plant'SYte'm., ,

f 1 \ STEAMERS. "DELAWABE"' AND 'GEO :W. CLYDE.." Notice Is hereby given this t (he following

"... V : Are appalnted. <<1 bull' a. fo,dws named settler has filed notice oi her Intentloc 1 V Perfect :Passenger'Seryfce.:
;. : : (From foot. of Hoean Street. Jact'OIiTlIle IS"
; TUCRSDAIS, 'I'from Lewfll'lI Wharf, BostonFRIDViS totike'finelprootiueupPo4olDercldm. ( and Reaching the Most :
L.F ; [ thai laId proof will be m. before \'=.,1| M Important! : Points. in Georgia,,,Ala-

.r CLYDE'S': ST:: ; JOHNS Featherly! U.. S. Commisstouer, at Miami baina; South Carolina Florida .
'
RIVER'LINE. Florida, 'December ItfCj! ; Cuba'and.
' on 18. viz: Y.tJ\N\le\ \ \ r
7.. '.j ',,1.* l\ )DE. BARY' LIND 1 1. V ; '. 'nee Uoffat' ol Lemon Cttjr Fl ridgy homesteir, Nova :Sootja. . .

.\\Jacksonvilfe,' Palatka Sanford Enterprise a,9, :for the east half o( tonthwe ,one-foartL
; J on- the; t 1a.1 attd Intermediate. .of.S&tmn3l, and east half of north went! one- :MosrtSP1e: \ .<3J.c3. BCotelsIn ; .
Landings St .
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: JoAhs River. I
\ fourth of Section 25, Township. i' t.South, lUnfortflone ,. \ '. ?'"
\-' The elegant Hide-wheel I .' A
j
steamer '
-+ Eact \ .l.-J _
)' ': lty; Of ,'\\JACK ONVILLE" \ S3e\namesthe\ following .wl 11 I nesses to prove ,

her continuous residence
cultivationof
t CAR FAIN. W; A; SHAW, t' .upon and ., t t
.l. : I said( Ian I,-"II; 4 :
... .tavei3scksnnchey.) :,. ,: : .. ,1'- Sundaye.Tmsda; x M 1
... "I a Mart) Doirthlt, of Lemon ,
CUr Fla.
andThnredayaat3Op
:,. )tetnrnlDI Ic.res'aanfo L'......+e.. ,... .1.!.,.:.Jolo, aye.'Wclll1el.t r8, .n.1 .'rl"'I.t; I In I
\ ., 9.UOa. m. Senie DouUiit. of Lt-mou City, FJ+i..
." ,," SOUTJ.ISUl1W Rest done V .. SCH'EDUL: . ', \ I URTlI.ItOU.s1> James Ilubel,oft Lemon'City;Flu.,

..: ,1 Leas 3a0p.tn. > : :. ..... .... .JACKfUlVILLB : ..... ... 'j i . 1 Read. .!!.L....., M.A! ;lotrar. (;Lemon Oitv: a.

1 1 g. ,p.m. .. .d., .. .. .. .1>...,\d4Pelatka ,. . . ...1. .. . ..1..1. aLesve "l (N} A.m. nov3-letl7; : J.SI.BAtZCURegt, 'teF.:,
(n' : .; ; . . ''rea\e. SIt p.m.

,'".., ', :. : : aa:'m.I..::::?. : :::::: :::,: ::a Bereelurd Astor.Frauee.:: .. ::t: ::: ::.t't': ; j' J J 3I p.p. S: ,,-, \ Notice:,or:' Publication.. :J

( 600a.m( .. .... x .... .. :,. .:' .. : .. .. .... ..... ., .J't LAND'! Orrfre AT PIAIAKSV'1 II .I. ),
I rttve., 83 "1..... 1.. ... .... .: .i.-d ..., SJnrord .. ... .1... .}+.". '.. tt.oo am. No\embe2uiba7 ILLP""'LA.,jl .
t 20,1m.. ;. . :'". :: .\.. .. ...,Eott'rprliler>... .....L.., : .. \,. :. '. _.1If 93111L q[ a.m.IU.l .- j bt'rebrlglt-en JNotice ..
is ) that;4 e-. fotlowing ,
j General Passenger:and..:Ticket Office,:2oi; West'pal! Street,.Jack'sonritle.r . named settler Des filfd notice of hVr intention'to ,

t ', ..' ; j. make filial proof in support of''(ler ilalm.and ; .
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1- JNO..L HOWARD. 8. atCReoxvuie. ri.!. M. IRON, ONOER.. Ja'I F. Po A.' that quid proof will be wade beforeJWV; M' ,.. i ?
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\is 'T;.G; EGER. T.t.... w. WARISUR iON. E. P. A. t t Featherly, v.so\ fcommlssionet, I iar 'MiamlFla ,.;. .
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J Vt.L .J t J ',Ii Wl.ln. M.V .,6n December l:?f Mz:Mahlda'A.Jloffat -- ,I4II\Pa K./ 'R
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anx..1f&w.TORK.1 \ II Hotfl : .,
t' 'i-\f\V t?>..CLYDE.:&:,CO.'Gen'I'AgentsJ! -' of Lemod City Fla.,; homestead' ::'oS5"; for the '- "1\\ ; '. __' fo.

'' .1V ,Ii Bowling Grfen.:) e. ')York cny,' . 1t so.. >cl:;: 4veL PhU.delpbra 1 : :17V -((. 526oatbRUge41)J1sL nortb.ea5t'onHourt\ of Section 27\ s TO '!l8b\r\ '''; . :: \ "

$be'na"ilies{ the fofloik ing wjtne jses. to prove hit the West, Coast Region' of Florida. '

:'.GeOrgaS1tI1erll n rids r continuous] residence upon and cultivation' of THE PLANJ' STEAMSHIP' '
Lfl R'y said land tiz; U: j I.. ; LINE.w
Sk Mary D uthlt,of Lemon City, FW. t
. r : Senle Douthit,of Fla.U U Steamers Plying between Port West
Lemon City .' i\ Tampa, Key and V =
Suwanee
rf
lh River. ;Route.{ \ James Ilubel,of Lemon City Fie.| , k
.. Havana
JI '1 AtaryiMles,' of Lt'mon\itr. Fla1 1 1 U' ,. r r J and between Mobile.and Port Tampa.. -
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'X'1n.et'a.'bleJ"une.,1.5.\ ;. 9'7' \ 4 r. no\5-decl7' 7 *.1\(. BARCp t Berister. "\ 1 B.. V, WRENN.- F' '1 ?;, V nl C. McFXDDEN, .. s

,": .oUTH BOUND i 1, STATIONS, .. 1.N JRTH BOUND I. \I 'Sh'eriil'a Sale.Under ,l Pass. Traffic Manager.Saztanaah'; G } Aaa't"Genl"" 'Pass.' Agt.' .

No r 6 NO No I : '. . N-o-2-- No 4' No 6 i ahA by virtue of la: writ o execution n I + F. M., JQLLT( Divisiou} Passenger Ajren Jacksonville;Flo. I'I ,

.::;: ::: "i5 50 p MI 8.2Ea M ace:.;.. .; tlenta;:.?F.",.Arriie 7 35 :45 : Issuing out of and under seal of j the County .
.j. ..,.: V p M ABM : , . s
Jl18 'l 1'1140 Arrive.aaeon.....- ...Leave G fJLide I -
Court 1&I
: Slate
-. 440 J 4 fS .... of County of Florida in
4 .'IIt.> N It 2i fUn A .. Le.Te..Alacon.,. I *
J..Arr1\"e caule depending
; M certain Iheretnwtteyefn
,
I'M 145 a 2 OI! M ..,.. .. I P. j W 1l 00 A FrankT.
P Cordele. :
84 e 800': 350 .:rUtoD _' _.. ., .Lea\"e: t :0 1, 1.-1 a'' 8 21 .Budge i9l; >lalntll('8Dd George. .$Ie"ins and l llory
; ; ; steaIDSll
1 ob.
'10, 440 5M aldoeta .... ,.;.,/.. 1105 I 12 2 I' 640' II. L.HajTiie, ComiKWing( the firmoi BIeIus&Hayute pLii
,. .... IS 40 At"\- : .4 \ 10 52: P 600 ;
1
; .rn. 868 : Japer .,.. ...... .. defendants have levied
10,02 9 5t < . are and
on
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; 6 45 'I >"L. Lake Cir+i ..,, ....,,.. u. ;
... 1 .. 900 'i! ro oU': .!:.. ._.......:1.!. 6 Ii 1 l ,. 900 44 ... :r"."........ .will sell forjeash to the,highest and beet bidder, ,

. a 10 a' M 51? r J' Leave....,! ...; ..'l'Uwov.. .. ...Arrive e -11&.1:> ..4J..... .. at public auction,before the door of'i county i '. I . ;( Y. &: S..S.CO.) '<' .
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l..f 510 8 00 ... house'at\ -
"( : : court Juno, ,b >
1 h" W.vr1'ftlA.t. Leave II 54 A\\ItI 940 ., ....Flortda (teeu'tbl""legoil "
:. '1M ....,. j :I!. '
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.JACKSONVILLE..V4.. '
: 8 .... hours of/sale : *It
100 ...... ,on
-......l'.L.. ... tOO au A,M fo 40011'Leave.l5\ ; rrl.e......,..., Tifroa. ... ;.Arrive 12 00n'n\ 2 I'P; If ...a.,... ;,_ Monday thi 6th Dar of December,111! D.'169 7. I Key West Hi DIRECTTO New- York 1
.rtTZGERA.LD..I.Le.vt' .
; : 10 45, a iI 600 V .......;. .
16-t the being a legal sale d ,, ll : ,
M 1263' ..... .,.. . _\aldoata. .. jsame -;- 1A.ve.t. _.s f .Arrive :::;: :; '
Ii
1149 126 : .' b0.I' II "O'l :x lots or tract's, of land, lying and. in
Dade The
lrrvew . being
: .Ql1l1mlln. ( Leave ,.. magnificent
,It 00 Y 214 .. ".:.. ."II"-f'.';.t;. ..-1; :.:., .:.TBOHA.8VILLJ''' : ...?......:., '... ...t. rt 4 52 56'' V a 2"St _Comity State of Florida, and described as fol i : are appointed to leave '

,...tt .. iT AII 10 PI Lea1e.: ...... ....P.latk.4-.Arrive .. lowsto-x'it % wsr v "
? 4 1iO A 458 }
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,: 140 r M a 30 ,M Ar 1 i oJ Key
.... v : Every .
n..S.ulord..o. .Lea\ 118 15O. .. The Saturday .
half :
: of
: j 4 .: east a .cettalnr tract beginning
1
60 3 6.\ ...
yOrlando .... ....... :
? 12 m ... :
1315 .
-'r'. 105, 'l/IG .... .. .. .. P II { at the sou beast corner''bf the !outheast
LakNend.
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...:.. e80 .. } t
.ro 1045 ;
", .45 800.. . ........ -.:::- ,. j -; arriving ,in NEW Service
.. Tnepday.
4. "' .T.AKPA.--.... ... .... 7r.o ,800 '....t., "quarter of northeast quarter of Sect; n)3.| Township YORK'ffllowiDr and accommodation
F
+ t.. I A M :=;: Leave.... _Palalk._. _...Arttv 53, soul. l of lUnge 41 East thence wee b 1 strictIYfirst-cI488. .' .
.. : : .w "M P AI.ft1 .... t go i I : .
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1. .. 1248.1'a M ..:.....A. ce... Ormon4..Leave..... 255: .(.... ....". ),650feet to stake for place of beginning Chencrun e VI .
30" . a.1inek PORT
i l .r. ... edge. ,. .. ... :
... ... 810 I..y.t't? .::. ...!...!West Pill BeaA.sr.u .;:.:.:.t,%.. :. .."I"f 1207.731:'M (..........._ north 66.; feet, thence west 600 fee ;thence' PgBrunswipk to New York -

. 11 f..f.j .".. ......... .:.. .. ..."' .r..!...... t... !>>..OOJi. ,' "..i.N.:'''':. south MO feet.thence east WO feet to point of s.q ,
: ; beginning, ntalnlng'te.'attes. Also : ..
; Operate* Pullman the west
1' :Teon-j h laTifton il1I Talus BnfiVtt Nog.aand4.' Sleepers the' year-. round between Jaekeouville,' .}I \ Fla.-;,and NashvilU., half of a tract of land }beginning at a point 12.20 \'fiFen'andlnaF.CJP.Rl.ant: 'PASSENGER SERVICE.. i V < '
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Everett +
CumberT4
: Operates Local Bfeeprnthe rear round between Falatka; Fla. and via chains west of southeast corner of tbe north UandRdute 4 and'9onthernRaIIway t
; G.8 & : I .A r r .
F. .
direct 3 V MaconGa. half of Southeast quarter of Section 7, ' Lv:Jacksonville ...... ... ..1...... 8 n a j -':
Dii ec I tiirfu: iiike; t f l U U Township Fernandlna ..- ... ..i -. m Lf'.ilack.ouTil; e.......................4 00 pm,. '
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ald.(Soldiers Colony) via 'Tifton .,53'.South, Range'43 East; thence go west 6.32 i : : : :: ,:: : : H 130pm[) >' t -....... .-?......4 401P nT '
chains, thence\ north pa"IIeI.to section-!line t o I At-fronSWUYlVeVeprsnnd.r-TWP1MBninwlckf.! : :. .... .J. '
; t \ /I' >,J ..........T 30 pm
NASHVILLE EXPOSITION l bank of Little Ill"er.( thence easterly along bankJof Passenger* allowed on. board tote ppcr on
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M RnunclTrfpT.leta DO'Wf\n aie at foUOwfn'very' low rate*. Jromf'aiatka1 From tax.o v. LlUleTUve to lan \of 111rS.\ 'Mary Brickell il, j .l .\I aredtys.'U,

:"...DtYtD.1IJmle? avasod. ...J.j-.a.Th"r, .f d.s.-:1.;;. .'. ;.... ...':..,, ..,.'.."..*.......1.J.tt".n,.:...,.. .\ ,. OO..:.,........ ........12 thence south.along west line of,.Mrs. BrickeU's LT. Sew' I'York f pier 21 E R...-4.30 pm.PROPOSED.t{ (Standard Time). .; - Lv Brnnrwlck 't '
a ; t : : W25 1760: .. .. ...... ..
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Oetober3lsLUmtt' .. .. {land 14.85 to Frl U' Oct it ,. ....,. : i
chains .. ..
.j; : : : ; ,. .:' ';: 25 ,' place jof beginning being a .. h. : BIO GRANDE, .. ...........,.,. .Friday Oct. .8
; 2400 . .... :
.Full The lntormatlopa The bistorkal'Bititlelelds Route, t.f I" "" \ T: "T ::"* "I'( ,'' ,? ,snbdivfsionattbe n H of 4 J*Of Section T Township Friday Frld.T,.Oet.Oct.1*8 .. . ..,,......-, leeplnf ear M terra tious, ., obtained :;: ,: RIO GRANDE,. :. .,. ..... ......
etc be Friday.Oct.
\ f .m. ,(!an r promptly bywritlnz: 53, South, ,Range.i'r'ast; containing: 6acres. \ FridayOct.SJ. .. ... rt ., !} ,- COLORADO . . ". .d.\ '"'! : 22
i .co. ?'' .i .
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." ocurPon; \ '4 '4. HUSH H.HICfiABDSON 1-, ., Same being prop'rtt of'the def idant,. Friday.<< Oct. 2J>.. .,"'........,.: .... .. :.._.I.. RJO GRAKDE; :. .. .".. : "- ."..'f-r.y'.Frld.1rYor.' .s.FridayOcCA D' .
GeD.Agt.\
1 1 s ( \ H.. -1.. Haynle. Purchaser' to pay for'titled.. THE.MIAMI:METROPOLIS N ti.-W.. SOUTHWICK .
7HofanSJack8onTm| ..Fla.G. ,
i\ :. ... U.E.J. CHILUXGff ORXH.' '..(. 'f' Miami Flonda. F
.J.. LANE; : i. MACDONALD.,' f \: Sheriff,'Dade County Fla.. t ._ ,' :, lAgt. Mill >rfLineK :r West, Tfcu,,
: I 1 P.a.1 "pertnkDcJn&. ; L ; ,!. Glen wcn erA 'nt Sanders&;Atkinson,Attorneys for plainllfi.. CHAS.,DAYIES, Agent, w \\ C.- H. UALLOBl|&,CO.
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riHIDfUVH RELIGIONS! -1 suited r to T this,climate I -7-.and soil. So far DELMONlbdRESTAURANT: \ \ 1

) JNUlw; conjecture { r WeStandA1Tone \ ) -
it is a matter of. mostly as \ :
'- very few, have tested the matter, at all f. l .

'1k BIITKDBY| E.YtU.ACKJUN., and have tested itthoroughly. It .. f '
4 \ none ''M aia aeryd at all onm. 1 i ehokeep "
'Fastorb( Methodist Episcopal Church, Miami. i is thought) by many' that the rough Moderate rates-Oysters in \i iSeason. As.the Druggists of Miami, : the largUt and best stock, '

lemon wift1>rove the best. True this Lodging by the dRY 'I of Drags- Medicines, eta .At onr store you can find jnst what yon bi
I. Regular services will be held at the' stock )|fs a very thrifty and a fast grower ; Or week. ,I DAVIS k HULL. want, at anytime, and,,what yon[get here yon cad rely upon. .
M.,-church' next Sunday morning when'' first' set.,and bears fruit very 2oct-ly;hi. ,'loth street near Avenue D "
and evening. .> young, thus making it a very desirable

Revl Fatber-Bassetbof the Episcopal stock forlgrape', fruitor "Riverside Navel -,, OYSTERS OYSTERS! ,OYSTERS Stationery' and' Toilet. Articles of Eery fescrip thou,

church (wilt Hold regular services at -the latter especially i as it is a shy Served In any style, at any hour In ,
+L Cocoanut Grove next, Sunday at 3.30 bearer, on sweet or sour orange stocky day, from 5 a. m.ti"> 11'>, m. Wilt In '
23: attention
p, ,m. Services' will be held in, Mr. but when placed on rough lemon roots < markt'tt!IO ni'p.rlJRDI rents i Careful! on board }.' t11e\\ TOWNLEY BROS."l :
Frowe8cottage; ; back of Mr. Richard- it has 'proven to be.among the best Hotel, KiK'klrtlne. ;it 'reasonable \ I
eon's. - both for, ,,quality'lot fr it\and lieavyf .Gh't'llle'&j ca1L '\ v : l 1 f :'

] At St-iA'gnes cbaPel"AVfnUe F' and prolific bearing. ,,1 noticed in Mr. Ox j[ I. Turnage's Restaurant ; i \ .
,Registered
,ar's' grove several trees budded on sour Foot,"of AYeuueDj; near Chinese Laun Fh'anpacistsAvcnue /-
11th street, on] Sunday, November, 7th, I
I orange| stock. These trees pVesent a dry. bnoY-tf-ii-mo \ i
there will be morning and ser- :
prayer

.l sermon"at moil at\\ten seven o'C'tck o'clock.,evening On prayer Wednesday and-: fine have a dart'goad green crop of, healthy fruit,while color others One of Miami's :Enterprises. p arid 12th street, 132oetljr.ik.rt MIAMI. FLA. j.

on',lemon roots,which stand near them,! While, 1 .
November 10, there will be Even- strolling around the northwestern -
t have died back very badly. Whether1this {: , ,- -- ,
song and Instruction at half past 1 portion of the city one day : d' t
; is wing soil car e ;, '
to or insufficient :
I sevetl The: funeral'. \services""of'Arthur' I.. I cannot say, but \Judge that negleutlhas \\ and this week novelty we works came uf upon A. the D. 8 saw tar bird mill, DEALER IN
deal.to do_with it. '
Sturgis'were held at the M., E. church I must a great say that 1;advocate ,the use of and were surprised, the activity and falter I. PMMj} P.OUGH.andi"DRES8ED
\bUSlnl"s\glII there. Mr; Star bird 1\\
last Sunday morning There was a sour stock tor,late varieties, in this climate \ works : "
large audience bfsympathising friends The growing, season,prltctieallylasts has been running ;;the novelty \ .\ k
for but has only
who gathered to pay their last respectsto and the over year, recently . .<
here
,the whole as '
Yellow P'a and .
I .
the deceased Mr. Sturgis has been in an excellent 1 saw mill with a )
lemon rOot'a; rpwer.1 ft'arthat put ; ,
months-but his liar capacity and provided with every i *!
among us bnt by will the \
continued cause Cypress.
4' sap .
.A. W. Starbird \
Modern '
facility.r. ,
.
genial : had made many fruit and aud'nt'cfssaryIYIIDSlpJd.1 '
tobe iarge coarse, .
T
Brew very
1 friends. | on of the pi!oprietor, has, been inc <
| argt\.ot. novelty works since its. \
At Trinity corner'of'Aveuue1J I the lemon stock
have ps4 very \
construction, but Mr.4. !>; Starbirdl
and Tenth street, on' Sunday, November successful!* on high. nine land. But ( UMBER : .t
who plants bas been
operating
1 7tb\ there will be celebration in Orange county\we always have clear, \ a milk\at Forestj City until a few .
a Eucharist at 730 in the ''frosts which havea .
of the halt e light ,
'' ,1 morning', with short address;i' Morning tendency to checkte flow of sap be- ;tionths ity arid ago bas when been/dqing'a he! removed gopd''jt to"busi-this\ Special,.sizes sawed, to order. Also Fruit and} Vegetable, Crates. .) .Let me quota r.r-... t

f prayer at a quarter before ten,'Sunday fore! the fruit' is ripe This lessens theliability't4icoarseness nt-ss' and-turning\! ;but soma large,, I prices before yon buy. A (rial order solicited., *, :
school at ten and a second celebration : ( of fruit arid the ,, \ I I I8ng"lOtf
of the Holy Eucharist and sermon.at development of"punk"in the orange. notes inters.modern Everythingjaboutthelnillde-enterprise;; and If. I''I 1\ COCOANUT GROVE, FLA. j1
4 -'\ 11 o'clock1.) On Friday evening, November In lc conclusion will Add that it ismygrmbelief \ ( mill thrift! built .
yst'nr.l'h> is
\ Property
12th; at eight clock, there win that orange culture willprove ,
'
thr ti'a d one-half lots \ '
bought -
) of questions. The be industry in'Dade upon GEORGE-ij BARKER' .
< be an answering to a leading from Mrs 'Julia I. Tuttle on the westside .,L\1\ \ [ .
r I Catechism for children will,not be begun county asjwell\ as, the,most satisfactory of tbe railroad at] few blocks northof \ \ t. '

1 until Sundayafternoon'| ; November investment{ to investors in Florida enterprises. AvemieJD.\ 3r.! tarbird has! now W tchmaker ,and Jewelersj
half o'clock It. willmeet .\ 'In fact h\v much \ \ &i \ '
J i' J4, at, ,past two I so on' the/ground nrnr piss; mill over 400pineogs ,
J regularly atj that hour :on Sundays / faith'in this particular section that I ;( .
after''that date. am thinking$ seriously of oing into ,tome atypfj large size, cut \i \'j PpsTOFFiCKBciLDiKO, MIAMI,FLA.. :,
{ .. is
from th..land near by It: excelli'ntlumber
The Jtev1,, AA'. AVi Faris, D. 1)., held I' the business\I here iiiyself. I 'believe and has a beaiftiful,, graiii.. The pairina promptly and caretullyattended: Ui All work gnaraoteed. ',
that a anjbe\ made here cheaper Nov tf.br. A.full line or tacle8 and band .
f his first services In, the J"rt"8byterianchurch' grove novelty works, is. fitted ',upwith'every: ; 8pec eye glasaee always on ':
last with than anywhere Florida at'the pres- '
Sunday morning un- modern appliance and, 'up-to-date mavl -
expect dlpllargeattendaleethehousebeing ent time. :;The no-fence law is one of '
r ; inery. Just; now:, :,they are getting
practically pull at. 'the "eveningservtcei. the best features of county government artistiq' scroll work to
out some very
On L Tuesday vening 'he of dollars, that, be used on a handsome wall book case Special\! Orange Jrolfers.I -
under
preached at.Cocoanut Grove,, in the would, the law 'elsewhere ;ln and escretolre, for Mrs:' Julia 'I, >LTut- .
". Union chapel, lIt) .appointments are= Florida,; ti'ecepsarily! hate to be spent tI :, I ,
at )Miami:frst and third\\ Sabbaths; in fenc.irigi,1 cii: be applied, toward/fer Starbird is cleariugand I leveling S l' \ ,4

1 Cocoanut Grove,\; econd and"fourth; tilizerand other;, items' .necessary. to along the front of tile mill and the \, wish to hill you attention to the;nost complete line of one and twoyearold }
,fifth Sabbaths be will; probably spend planting a 'grthl"Too.1 .\| / railroad will' putt a sidetrack in for the buds no Sour Orange and Kough; Lemon stalk in the State. A flue assortment -.,
t at Cutler. ;I'rayermeeting} in( Miami tmuch cannot,, be said,oCi Miami, ; ] of t1ll.)'t'a old bunts from 6 toU..d iiigb, Ht to Hi Indies in diameter" -
toe most city,in the State. loading, : ofJiimbtT: ,. fromthe. : mill j Fourteen y-ars, fit ul.erif'lIeel! has placed me in a position to give perfect 'I :tsatktaetioq
h' every .Wednesday at 7'p: tn. Dr. Faris enterprising ( .9" ---+-, hi srlwtloiiiof Varieties of fruits and stalks suited to all con I'
makes' his residence> in Miami and and I trust I, may ,be table,.to cp-w) Jacksonville (gala'Week.l! of soil and climate. Knei-lal attention given to planting and caring I '.
may be found at the Con oily '\Uouse.Ue a great manyyears{, of, my1 life In this Jacksonville's for KrovesJVill act'e1Jt\\, >ratite inwition as manager. of large interests. :.
great gala week! bommences { Letter of |tndors the leading nrange Krower In the orange :
beautiful land flowers and
,, .". hopes to have:his familyhtre by uf palms. on Monday nig t\and al !,very Bete encebypennlsylon-I-Fasnlr..S-\110RSK\ Miami FU.ditions "
10 i IVery truly yours, il1. :
December and,'go to housekeeping has I ,
been arranged fQr f
It to be bat: he will | 0:W. CONNER, fine programme \
seems expected 'J
each day of',the events' On Tuesday l 'C
seried1, CONNER
of 'Mr Tangerine Np ii
.t .occupy one : \Flagler's cottages. .. . occurs the firemen's parade, the hose O. : ;
l Dr. Faris will next I I
: in the pavllion'that' preach being his'regular Sunday A large story; of bicycles for sale on contest, and the grnd'trades' display; r't\ '
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Nurseries.
{ of merchants and business MIAMI I FLA.
tin men.
I Miami Co ; Tangerine -
;i ,1 Sunday here; Mrsllunter!! one of theteachers'in easy payments." The Cycle OnWedne day arethefitenen's contest I (t29oc.t..mo :
our con- ' * * *
school will ,
public. a i '
: and national circuit\ of the
the meet '
-rt 'tribute to the interests of the eveningservlces'at The Halloween Entertainment wit T :'GENERAL i .
of American
the pavilion by singing, a Soft, lowering! lights, .peering out ,the League races '.hi'connection.lyheeluifii. Thursday; \ "A ., v y
soprano 8010'f'! \\ j from the open,'yet gruesome, counte- 'I STOCK OB
the military parade by{ infantry and : :
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.r- A Hobgoblins ,
: of
:/.HT-H -.* > ..' nances suspicious-looking .' artillery companies the Itt Pa t lion \ '
"" : ,. )on't pat$75 for:a wheel when 'you ;; blithesome fairies and toddling Florida State, Troops and' wore' flre-: '

't ; can buy .one-just' as good for $65, and priD'gUding here 'and there, men's races. ,At 2 p. m. the" mayors
-to
.w.'- repair same- free of chargg"ror 6 a dismal.cave;with, a witch'who peer and pouncilmen of Florida will meet, 3 3at
into the future of all who( crossed her ] EO.RN ItUR [
months., The Miami Cycle Co.,. rf "followed by the ..delivery1 prizes, to ,
with silver
-=\r . I palm the shining# boiling contesting firemen. At| tp. m. thefantastic'paradewIII ]
The pot of.bitter liquid over a seething fire, take placeand at
OrangeBudding.Qnestion.Mldxf
made the I the '
]
1. ras ; 'IIotel.Miami ,
; 9 o'clock the ,grand: military hall. Ot K t

r "|fJ&HtorMUmi! Metropolis., |"laA November',1897I : '?; :., days seem like of ''AUadinL an enchanted last, Saturday vision ,uf night, the, Friday and the the session,Oood'Roads of the mayors couventioocelli's. continues ,pricestt; ':suit' the times/ :iMattingsVindow. i ; Shades,* .

; :: kF .DfiAR .Sin The leading question of at the tlaiioween entertainment given. During the'week', several |at- Coffins! aid Caskets in stock. Embalming ,
S i ''the day in Miami seems to be:,"Is this by the Jadies of the Miami Club. The tractions ,will) appear at the opera .. ; .. \f'v

"' t-Vlimate "and soil suited to the cultivaf" sweet music of the\waltz and the merry; house, consisting of, 'a minstrel show, ; attended to. Call I or write. '-.
;
; "ilion oranges and grape fruit?" trip of the :graceful dancers, added tragedy,. enter antlnent3 and lectures.The i, i 1 \ I ', v
.t ;\ ,t It:"has, beeoijMC good "fortunetobe pleasure to the scene. The ladies are programm is elaborate andexeellent S
...
Miami
to visit' in.-and near to be congratulated on the novel and =- EDWIN! NELSON
thejuKl
r i liable( groves -and the f\people of, Jarksonvlll ,
i iMianii, and'in1my"fifteen'ears ofl ex- pleasant event; everybody f was de will have their best foot forward and l.htno" j > t. ,
'J>eril'hce.-l\mus'C| ; ay\tliat have, never lighted.. Airs Sewell represented "th their hands outstretched' to welcome :
''srenany trees* that have had similar fortune-teller and succeeded' admirably the visitors from all par 19'of' the State; I .

are, that' hav id thrifty 1\11' appear- in tickling theears\| and'raking in the No one should miss the opportunity to OLLLjery; ;
shekels from her visitors. .
d once, and spgooxl: 'quaUtyofJruit: as Mann: gullible visit tlu;metropolis on this great gala ,
the"old trees [a{ the [Oxar- and Filer Miss Mamie i ; fished boats from week,occasion. The 'F. K.1'C.:Ry. has .
The main,objection that the "sea 'of lite'? \|which contained i itheir In, ,
groves. pros made special, rates'for the]week. 'fbe
r pipecUveJ1growers liaTeIlothe land is holds cargoes of good cheer at 10 fare will be. one\and one-half cl'ntsll a :

t r that it,.is rocky jiil..have'! given this cents a load; )Miss'Weatherford succeeded mile for individuals, ten '|or ,more on i y''and $al Stablet
matter*considerable and have in]reaping j !\\a fortune, from a oneticket one cent per mil, per capita', .

nfrivedfat' conclusion pf the,matter large cake which,, .she sold at 10 cents a Tickets will be'sold Nov. 8.; ,9, 10 and ,

'. ii i ii satisfactoryFway lo myself. slice, by relating:the' Klondike story HTgood<< for returning un tilNovet; l .
-'. -The; nature of the-orange\ tree enables of a gold ring in one'of the slices. Mrs her' : i its street near'' Avenue D, Miami. > ;
13.1i :
Wooddall and Mr] White tempted the i
it'to adapt itself(Itoall.conditions ' I' i* I'' i '
\jthat'surround IK \iTherefore'it only lovers of the beautlful'with' an elegant ,The.City Council; - I Horses and Males to let and for sala.. f -

1 .-reasonable,that it will Uo the same in a fancy box made and 'donated by Mr?. Held its'regular1 meeting last nigh Fine Irorseia 1
Gardner. .The boxy!\ was'won by Miss hired awecialty.
rocky,soil. I haVepeeo as One, groves An/ordinance'was passed 'prescribinthe
1asthere ar .ill the 1 $tate' growing in Pearl Cuthbertbut| -we did not Yarn manner in'which contracts, deeds TeamsSOnpru7

Turnbull hammoekP near,.New Smyrna, who succeeded in biting' ,: ; into the ring. leases promissory notes oat other instruments r.'| Carriage learns. ', Boggy eats Work _
1 The bewitching 'littlejfairiea! were' Fay
that had'only about two feet [of soil, in writing shallbe; executed 1 ..
Fowler, Katie Uuarie,\Ethel. Yt'atherJY! > 't '
;* the StJbsoUco'psisti k of either coquina by the city. d iy as.l 1'1
:;tt;wk of a--'vrry solid nature, or'a marliormatlou and FreddieAVooddall.! The boy goblins A message from. the mayor; l containing = -;" 'j' .. T '- -' -- .. \1' '
of a very hard and.firm chart were Cecil 'Waters, Je:? Gautier, k '" ", '
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a report as the improvement :
tp Gra a
Fruit Persian and
icfer.' If a tree.will. do.well'in Turn- and lIaste \\lIalland Taylor Refreshments which have.been made during{ the IKJS F' T 'f"'
U1b
bull hammock, it yill do better on'the were served during the evening reeS '
:- ,. year and calling "Ul'ntion'tp.necessi- I 'rahit i Limes Genoa and !
The affair one' ,
orange lanis'near.here.! ; Mr. Freder- was, 4 tery. pleasant ties of the future was'' received and .
*' 'ick ){orse.th enterprising aent'.for,: and we judge.\ery; profitable.; .The rend. This message will bel published AT Lisbon Lemons, Dancy, -'
the_East Coast aiidj,Model Land Companies committee.on refreshments'consisted ""
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in the next week I
very kindly'. .invited me to'm inppect uf Mrs. Lakes) Mrs! Gardnerand 'Mrs. The METROPOLIS assessment: 'roll' of.j persona v .1O: :Tang nine, Hart's Tardiff,
the landnear'| t>mon' City which Graham; on ;.amusement'Mrs.. Kings- 'was caref ully.revised-v tD
property 'has
has,' 'been_:selected by an old orange/ ley"and''Kiss' Manp;]oD +decorating, The finance committee,, wasauthorised FJ'O\'Wn_ ingtonNavelJaffa-
from A'oluoia county-'a suitable Mrs., Graham,. Mr-dLake, and Mrs. 1 -
grower i -to purchase one thousaiifl, Jeet ot Jaffa: Blood Ruby Blood
tract for plantiiigcitru fruits Kingsley. ..Mrs/F dericks' was,grand fire hose mad suitable hose ;carriage I \ \ ; ; ,t

'found this land :'singularly adapted to :chancelloress pf the' exchequer.' ' r The same'{committee was also (directed O .and I arson Brown ran,1[ !
1' '. T .
tbj4 special use,.and'S no reason why\ ? Riliab1 "See'ds. i to arrange all "detail. in connection .._.
'f Plums
'thousands, r-'f'tJ' ; which will beset f with securing a Joan of"three'thousanddollars I- \ . ges,_ Japan sand .. :
taut there during thecomingseason, ;' I m'tandingl! .. \V Lttin ton ', j. r, \ Texas AustralianSilk ,
triHSiut'prove a'erj'prolitable: Investment ' Sons' new crop seeds aRdkt eptbem in .A number. of bills'was 'audit', and 1 Persimmons k Grapes1. "*"" ' 'Umbre r a, ;.1-

time.; to -the owners of'' } 1 T.l\;iu, ,'a:. very,short' for bulk.Livingston's Sold at catalogue fall catalogue priceS for'gar Send' ordered paid. , 1 I ||/. f Oak 'and a-
Agreat': -,.question I lias ,beenraised deners. ' < JAMES: A.-PPJt.;-- Wheels rented by tbeweetatNeYork Snit-this! I 'cliniate ',,soil.. ;:<. I MJBpt36mo'he. ELLIS, AGENT. (8 .

\pmong orange men is ptbeetock; most. alS-tf 'Postmaster Cwoanut-G rove. prices. The Miami, Cjcle Co.j; .
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