Title: The Miami metropolis
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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 12, 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: VID00583
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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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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The best 'fancy( chocolate cream can- Get an i..nJ'-man to set your The largest and most complete line \ Get Jack, Hardee of Cocoanut Grove ; '-'
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11IIA lI ]MINCEIIWAT die!\!, can be'procured ti elcher's.r groves-try. Jack i llardee, Cocoanut': of men's hats. ever brought south of .to set your orange groves. 5nov-3t*
,I I !, I 12no\H Grove. I l '5nov-3t: Jacksonville..have justjbfenj; received at
"The of the satin the
j I proof pudding .
l Tine launch Daimler I, running I' between S. S. Biiriingame, ;\ Uii--ii>ess manager! John them., Sevvell :& Co.'s Call"8octtfJ. and see, eating! ;" so also is butteron, a hot bis- '

Many Minor Miscellaneous Miami[ i Matters! Cocoanut' : Grove and Miami, hasbeen and Iix-al editor of tide METROPOLIS left : cuit or a piece of corn bread. HAS"HELL'S C,
:. ; laic J off for repair this weekrbut here for O( ala nn.lld"y' morning U.IParrot', vice-president of the Fancy Crown Creamery be-

'lIodeiplJlenponed.( ... will o n nende''I regular' trips: again on on a flying rip and\\retnrned to Miami Florida, East Coast Railway, has re'- ing the very BEST, it will stand the ,
Monday on Tile-day light IIc accompanied Mrs. turnedfrom'] Washington and anr test.- For sale by'J, Lummus, T.N;
1Sheriff -" I W II. Edwards the architect' of the Burlingame 'and their bright little pounces! that fast trains between New Gautier, and II. J..Egger & Co. tt
: R.[ Chillingworth' was In daughter !Ir. B. lias rented a'' ottageand York and Florida will be added to the ,
loyal Palm, has built a neat little one- ,
Good roads and : of them is
: plenty
Miami Wednesday on legal business, \ 11th street betweenAvenuesBand they h i\e gon* right; to housekeeping. present service on January .17th,next,
'cotageon) what
} ooq, on both tbe,Atlantic coast line and the Dade ount"andinfatteU South
T. J. Wtrt,lor Modelo, and child,are Cand will' soon take, I Southern Railway System. They will, Florida counties, need bad I) .' Dade i*
,registered at pe Hotel Miami., up his abode there., \i S.: C. Lilt told{ of Brunswick, Ga., make the run frpm New York to Jacksonville building them r pidlr.and before then

I' ,Jack ;'Hardee, Cocoanut Grove, willet is registered at Hotel) Miami and will ) in 25: hours the fastest time of the year we will have a continuous :r- i
Mrs. Wigginton, who resides at the s out your orange groves and : do it remain in the! city-' for severadays.He | 'ever made between those points. smooth, level rock road running
0, Broome place south of the Miami, spent igb4 is here With the idea of investing from the business centre of -Miarui ; !-
;, The Nassau Guardian of October 2nd
'.,. Sunday:the.,city. !e SnoySt in some of they;, valuable lands'in.the across the bridge and southward down ;
r"We credibly informed
About hays are that
Moran fifteen ladies and gentlemen I vicinity, and hat inadie' several trips ofinvestigation"around through the beautiful Brickell ham '
D. W. is this week'on Mr.
away a Flagg ler will shortly 'lay bo- "
very
4d ride the
enjo a;! mdonlight on Bay -
the
) Mr. mock the
tbe Cocoanut
friends
short visit
to at he tore the Governor.definite in
: Sanfprd; : proposals
r .. will t last eeninginthelaunch'"Neol: bjnvitation'of I Littlefield is interested: in the "Times," Grove settlement, 'a distance of fully'
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return tomorrow. to a Florida steam service with
Mrs. Harry Budge. They\ the leading p per of rl1il: wick.; hotel accommodation." This' flvq miles. This road.will be a thing "+
Dr. W.$4 Graham _w/H/eave in the report an'extremely\ pleaSant time. Governor Has :; paper Of beauty and a joy forever., Before ._
Mitchell requested the teas, received arMiami November m
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morning for Titusville to spend Sun- The,'; 'many friends of ,Miss Adele lion. F.4. Mt ri'eto prepare a paper on th. v.Think of1 it..:about forty days. another,year rolls around there wil} be ,

day with his family(, returningillonday Merce,. neof the most popular young the Manatee r.sea tow' to be read at 'service at present is'once1 a month, a good paved road running nortbward
night. : ladies of Lemon and to Lemon City dud on to Little River,
: City, deservedlyo the fishery convention to be held at cia, New York. After the steamship '
Ice cream at Belcher's Saturday eve- will be:glad to learn that she, is.rap- Tampa, J<'la.Ii g-inning January, 19th. liami> begins its schedule, we;will get,a distance of six-miles. This is'not all.,
ning and night! .- 12novtf idly recoveringfroni( her recent illness. Mr. M. is the father of!the law' providing he mail in about one-third as:many The]county commissioners are negotiating
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with F. Co. to
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E..C. By. Dave
Mrs. J. S.Frederick was ill the early Santa Clans Will make his headquarters for the protection of manatee, and hours as }ittakes days at present. a side! track put in at Snake creek so

part of thej week, but is ,entirely ,this year: t Townley)' Bro,,: lie. will,treatise nodoubt.lpreparea onl! this very animal.interesting '!The'Me'thod! Sunday school will go that\\they may quarry large quantities '

well; again.At .' will show Toys, i and holiday presents j I \ peculiar! on an excursion tomorrow down the of rock: with convict labor to build good

: Cocoanut .Grove, in the cottage' of every'deseription. 12nov-2tr The editor jbegs to acknowledge bay and, if weather permits, out into road'' connecting tbe settlements on,
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I he ocean on board the steamer Katie. _
l hanks: to James. LakdWcjrtb.-., the newspaper ofj
AfrHnep stma
jrented by Mr. Frowe there will be < ter
Services undatiNoveb1ber for*'"" Be sure and( attend ,the Everglade at Cocoanut Grove, for a package of They wllljmeet alhe .schooIn useTktTTa.im. [)adirlJaTe been- earnest" in t&eir advocacy .
pn 14" ( SundaY,sch401 entertainment tonight 1loweringbulbs I \\and flow' seeds. They and proceed to the wharf, and the of 'good roads and. it is evident
Whites7at3.30p.nl.j -' There: will jbe \[dialogues i recitations, are properly appreciated and will be steamer will leave at 9 o'clock sharp, heir; crusade is,to be a success. Within -
Mrs. John Sewell left here, 'on etc.;;, oyster! supper,. ice cream and planted and cared fork Among the will be gone all day. The children 'a ery few years we believe Dade
Wednesday' morning .to visit her parents other refreshments." -No admissionfee. Collection he the: Chinese sacred aUld he school will go tree, but adults will be the banner good roads* county
Daytona, where one of her sis- "J. ': 1 lily, Easter seeds, common hyacinth r :21 will be required pay 25cents in th state.: '
ters is seriously .flu : tieigwiq I the round trip. Everybody is: cordially r
Miss Lily left last Monday Roman hyacinth, buttercup jonquil,
invited to along and hate '.'
;: For sale cheap-- .medium-sized\'mule for her home at Orlando; to the delight narcissus and double daffodil. good time ,, go a ,Baskin-Johnson. ;

young and sound; Apply to D. E. of her.many friends! -in that'ci ty. -Miss In our article\ last Week regarding Misa'llernieeBillingsthe\ Dr.il.G. Ba'skin and Miss Ola Johnson ,
Mooney, :Miami, Flat. lo-s p.-tf Ella Keigwiti,_\vill remain in the cityand'contitinu : 10year-old a
I' Starbird's: mill, a misstatement was daughter t Mr. and Mr*. C.lI.ISilinffs : were married at the residence of
her lass' of instructionto
'J. A. Norberg, ;who is ,planting several primary scholars.\' // I made which we jlesire to''!( orrl'ct. ;Mr. of Lemon City, died! at that place the: b ide', parents at. half past four-
acres of pineapples at tlallandale, Starbird still owps h saw| planing and last Sunda: )' night.of multiple abscess. o'clock last Monday.morning. Be,. E./ a
was in the city this week, 'a guest of J. S. Warner, jour postmaster, has grist mill at Starbird's station oh the Siehad! | suffered for a long lim being V. BlacKman' tied the knot in his usual
the,Hotel been spending the week at Bloomfield, Florida .Midland R. n.,I whme post- coniM>lled ''to//' undergo several painful f;killful manner. The Doctor and his K
r '\ molly Fla., and wil ,return tomorrow night. ol ice is Forest City., That mill is run operations} arid in spite of,, the1/most bride are both very'pleasant and popu-..
O. R. N left Monday for a Rev E. Y. Blackmail has been assisting bY' A. C. Starbird, a son of the proprietor. constant and skillful trramenls'finally', lar ,yobiiR people and as, the train
strip to peLand, Fla.where he Will DeputyPostmaster' Pierce during The sawmill at Miami is an outfitbOIl'ght fisukto!\ rest.j\ She: was blriedin the pulled lout of the ,depot last Monday '
\spend th week with,relatives, return.- Mr-Warner's' (absence.II. especially for this'plaee.'; Miami city Ipeineteryat 4. :o'clock Tues morning the platform, where 'they 'Yo

ring tomorrow piglet; + 'Weather "I .Worle ,* layafternoon. RevW.E.Stantoncon-: stood waiving adieu to friends, lookedJ
R. Boy n to n"I observer at Attorney Geo. .1\ ) went up'toSt. ',
At tbe home of Mr.' Fickle in Buena Key West, and} family, passed) throughthe Augustine last Monday and returned duct d the services at the home of herBarents like,tbd floor of a rice mill. If therein
'Vista nextSunday';\] November-- 14J "at city this week on the way home from to Miami bit Tuesdaj, bringing in Lemon! City and lev1,. J. Alowland any good luck in rice, they will ;certainly ;
&.80. in the .afternoon Service will beheld Jupiter, where;hebas bwn attendingto with him Mrs. \Vorley'and the four [ officiated at the grave:,L have plenty of it. They went'toJacksonville

-by Fr.,\Bartlett: ; ; the' weather observations' during the .children ; and now that far-away look Mi4s Susie ehnflar, pC' St. Au uatiue1aughterof and' of to their spend the gala,,week from,
sickness of Observer Crook.T. las left his face and one of contentment Claim gent Zebu- a part honeymoon;
r 4 :Mr. Eb. Sewell returned( home last : has taken Its placet They are bar;. bf the Florida Eas Coast Railway there they will go to Anthony; Fla.,.to
Tuesday night He is still in rather N: Gautief, it. J. Egger, poor health,not baviDgreceived much and,J. E ,,Lunjinui sell) HASKELL'S, established! himself permanently.
which
tage was erected for them by morning after a pleat-an* visit of three . ?
benefit from' Crown Creamery I-\
his Fancy Butter. Be J
tri.lBlock's weeks -
i: i Joseph A. McDoiiiild on 14 street. duration with Miss T..ollle Lucas
chocolate particular to g4t this brand. It is theES'r of this city., Miss Zuinbar ;is'a, : The Perrine Grant, _
fancy cream can- very
that coml: s to this tf Townley Bros. v ill have the largestand
market '
dies are the I'best. 1 For: sale at'Bel- finest stock of holiday' this beautiful young lady and made many Which We "mentioned incidentally in'

's. 'I I 12novtf; Geo. B.. parlor isj\; away this week ont\ )fear,, that has ever been shown goods on, the friends while' in.Miapnr by her delightful our columns last week, was argued be-
fIn a short vacation.trip. He accompanied', ways, and pleasant manners. She fore Judge Broome at Orlando last Fri;
the east coast. There will be suitable
to
condlLion gifts
order ;control sanitary the brilal .party l! as far as Jacksonville\ I for '\ :' leaves\behind her the regrets of many his case, Henry A. Howe and
the of Miami,' ,'the city ought to own, -last! Monday, and from there he went; [ everybody. 12nov-2t; lady and gentleme friends and is sin- associate were seeking to compel the -
sewers ; read the! message of themayor to his old home Anthony, Fla.' lie, Captain E. E. Vjlil of Floating Hotel cerely by at least oneyoungand Perrine heirS to make deeds to 10,000 '
on this, subject.', will! return tomorrow night. \ fame[ was in the city thisweeklooking rising missed "hose downcast' countenance acres of J\land, being a part of the '

JMiss\ Carrie Johnson left last Monday -- Mr. Williams! ten years younger than when he went. reveals/the fact that it will be Perrine Grant at Cutler, in pursuance,,
morning':for Wade, Fla., for visit MiamiCv.cleCo.j left oprietor of the North a few months ago. He will return , many days bet re he recovers. from the of certain contracts made years ago.t,
to her brother.' She' will return to on Monday morning at once to White 1'Plains New shock of, herd parture. I The attorneys for the Perrine heirs,the

'Miami in about six weeks. sonville with.to hill wif the and'festivities babies for of.Jack- York, where he has leased, and will L. H.\..Greeir; proprietor of the pho-' Florida East Coast,Railway Co., and s
enjoy Gala "
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.fcapt. Thomas andfson, of Cocoanui>i Week and to visit hi? relatives in that ,manage the Standard' 1I0tel.i He is al. tograhic teat on Avenue D,'oppositethe the Numerous grant, contended A
most ( rheumatism the
entirely curedjo that for reasons contracts
postottice, was, robbed of. $62 in
Grove= ,are" engaged atj work on the poor city. Theywill';) IretUru. tomorrow.Mrs. ,and says 'that he.s, in better health money and a gold watch, last Tuesday held by Mr. Howe should not be .c4
,
.1 togas here for forsome tbe new dredge and wjll remain .'A..Corehand'' Mrs. Westerberg ,than he bad ever hoped to be; again.: night. JMr.\; Greer and his' partner, enforced, but that:if he had any claim

i 4 v days yet., '._ l left last lI ndar. for> Mandarin, Fla., ahd Mr. Ira pen, sleep in.the tent.' Mr. under the Old contracts'should have
..Captain Wm. Jarvis of ,the East to pay,a visit to their children,who are A. R. SilUmonsrE' 'l', Col. John Greerw s awakened by a slight noise, tried to enforce them against the, Per1
CO Railway,whose )headquarters are attending school lat that place. Mr*. A.Macdonald drove UP in.a conveyanceof and th'Ikidg it' wap made by Mr. rine heirs personally: and get a '
at 1St. Augustine, was. registered Corell) will pay a $short)jsit to, friends the"former from Cocoanut Grove, on KampetiL who sleeps near the entrance, went for, any damages he might Pavel''
Hotel Conolly onemvlthis'week., '! 'atil!I at DeLand and other:, :points, Monday, and spent busiueks\ the day in the city ,he called to him', who on bein'g arouseii sustained, but' that,'they.- could not be, ,
Bros. have, turning tomorrow night on various mattes. Col. got up in time to see the back of a-negro'going 'enforced<< against the land to the detriment ] %r 3
Townley ordered a large'assortment Macdonald has! but\; recently returned( J
I out under the curtains. He of thepresent owners. or occupants -*<<
Do not send .for Christmas ",
the mont
-"oI8for holiday away Toys from a' three 18' trip in Ilondu '
and.will open them up about Decem-I ,and holiday* presents until you' 'have ras. lie is very much, pleased! with the< uinped for him, butthe man escaped. of the grant. Judge.'Broome' > %
sustained this i contention and ruled
!edit.. seen the' line that will h {displayed U /)n lookingaround? they found that
fine climate and possibilities of that
JOse : ; lanoy-2t ,i blT: country "M '. Greer's pants which had been that there was no equity in the Bill of <3
Mora is meeting: with consider+ vllefBrrs. .12nov.tMrs. and intends to make another and hanging jup near his bed, had beenlooted complaint filed by Henry A. Howe.and _
'* abl* success with his pupils in Spanish I March, of qooo nut Grove,\veuV more lengthy visit n :xt: year.; of, the money"and watch. The big associates. |

,r and) music lessons.. He 'is located ou up to St. Augustine! on' Monday consult The two immense, dredges \iare now Authorities are at work on the case,and This disposes,;of the, case for the <3M
i Avenue D, just north:of the_ railway,; with Dr. Woileyr of that city; in Working out in the b ay like clOCkwork will probably succeed in apprehending present, but\it is possible tbe plaintiffs, Jt'ft --

Harry Conolly; and 'bride-arrive d reference to'a sljght) deafness, with and the gentlemen who have the mat the, criminal. > will appeal'from Judge Broome's deci-r
from New York last Wednesday'nigh which she i is afflicted, as the result iof a ter in charge are confident ,that the 1.. The second big dredge has been finished lion or they toay begin.litigation anew r r
and !fare pleasantly established for_ he catarrhal trouble.) came back on will dig a channel 'to deep'ater ol r andlis, lustily at work out in the in some other manner. x '
winter with his parents at.the Conolly Tuesday, but':will tetun again in two Cape Florida by January loth, ,ahd Bay digging tbe:; canal,to connect the ,Henry A. Howe and ,the"American
'" House. i ;weeks for treatment.The that thfsteam .j Floridl "East to enter our harbor wthout, fait j ana tie the Atlantic off Cape, Florida. The New York were represented T.,M.:,
Mis.
Eliza DeGraff: 01 T Jacksonville; f 1poast Railway np at the new terminal according' to citizens of Miami kntji before they! Day,Jr'M of Jackson villev tbe Perrine'bei '

,who i has.been enjoying a delightful Company Miami and announces an excursion from' schedule, on or about anuary 5(1897. arose from their beds, on Tuesday rn' tbe sealers on the: grant,and. '
visit With the family of D. M.Conolly., other'pojnts along the line. ing' that the digger was at .work. The the'railway company*were represented
returned: to her, home' last 'Monda; to .New' Srayrpa.w'ored is.ow iere the great col At the request of 'number/of citizens big fellow: had a different tone of voice !\ by Judge; H;J. Baker, of.Fernan-,
,morning 1 1t being held. of Miami Fathei J. 0. ;'Uun- distinguishable from the:other diva, and GeO. M. Robbins. of, Titus-
t Fare for the round, I ripjfrom Miami; touru tingtou, O. II. C't tail deli\ a freelecture easily -
'i''|Lemon City, on Sunday, Novem, New.Smyrna and re ,\>nly f 2=: good, on"TbeLifeo the L Henry! dredge, which baa :been at work for ville. l[
her li, Fr. Bartlett; will bold Service from Saturday'anti Monday.' George and His Theo les," t.'tbe Ca over two ont)s. 'The new'one'baswOod .! ..
at the, home of Mr. Curry at 7.80 in the for its Jt ode and its motive'power ; [Potatoes.I .
"' sino of the Miami
oLbn( Ilotel next WetleeJ-
I evenibg.This :)service {jwill be, held ,:A number s ness changes and day evening', at 8 o'clockOoing| to! is (;steam, it.;cannot* perform its ; have Early' Rose, 'Early'Harvest, ;f
regularly for thepresent. new Ventures are being rumored ;labout ton.s work without.: more<< or less-puffing: Freeman and Early' Pink Eye-all
: -- Father Uuntin iations
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the streets. One: isl to'the effect that ..wbereasthe o bOron 'lives and
; ready 'to plant now commence
'O. pSjBASKEfit, *; IpO.'S: Fancy we are to, have another: ice factory, the great of free I he talk.. willptoce line and at a distance is not nearly so growing at once.-. Price 50 "cents per at.

,Creamery [Butter'.is'the. very though, Lord knOw one Is: all that ,is welcome.great 'thinker' all* ,.Everybody I noisy, ;The, new 'dredge'inay be pardon !. peck. Seed came from Michigan. ; and '
l1ES'ljin .this market. (For .'sale in needed to supply the town. Next it ,is \ d_ for oaning and puffing a little I freight cost us" 1.80 pet bbI,. '
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'" ,Mian4_by H:; ., Egger |& Co.J..E.J.ummus.'ud said that we are;to hive a third lumber Advertise in the; ,METHOPOLU; Its more than its companion, for it is said , J J.,A..Pur,
T. T. Gautier.' '12nov-tf yard. Surely two are enough. circulation is the coast ) better h I '... r
.., .' : : huge, east ," t/give results. \ ''i Cocoanut Groje, +
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2,, .l.- . ... THE MIAMI J ETIPOL1S, MV. 12, 1897.PEO. . : .. tirore5iom t /
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.' NEW CITY DINANCESEnacUd the .east\ by Avenue C, on the sontb by Granting Right-of-way. I y "'", j

: 14th street, on the wet by Avenue El[ AN '''ORDINANCE. grnntiug':: a rig. h".0 r-wa F11 C&-E1R.R.. i
The l map of 3Iiinrino: on record int.be .\ ;
to the Florida East Coast ,
Railwa'Company
Sine* the Oiifinal Set Wits,Passed and ;
oftlce of the Clerk of the Circuit Conrt .:: \ <
i Published in Pamphlet Form-New for its branch line running tc
\',i lAws and Amendment in i ands:for the county of Dade being hereby the Hotel i Bojral Palm.where it crosse Shortest Line Between Florida and,all '

I I .--- referred to and made a part of tbia ordinance 14th street an4 Ayenues and E, an'tor t Northern Poh ts.. --I'

The following' are copies of all amendments !for the purpose' ot fully) .identifying its "Wye," :running west from the : Everett, Savannah,\ Augusta, Ga, Columbia t

'to'the original city ordinances and the laml aoi.1.\.territory\ herein deeignated main line of said railway,where earn L Washington, Baltimore. ; "* \'

t Glyo. u.; R nnrf"V Af.TF.B K;GIUHAH 'of.alf 1 new ordinances.enacted by the City 'aud described' aa the fire district of crosses Avenn F antI 2nd street an Philadelphia Bostonand, New the York +\l.
Conncil the set of ordi- the city t. [ J ;
;since original finances as now located bpon 1st street.: I East i ,

ROBBINS & GRAHAM ..CO'Jton.e 'nances were passed and published iu All i,r and parts of ordinances Be it ordained by the City Council oihe Everett Mann, Atlanta, ..'Chattanooga. ,j.' ,i
in conflict with this ordinance are hereby N..bdU@ LouUVllle.ttnclnnaU and Chicago .
pamphlet form shortly after the incorporating : I;
the city of Miami! I Ktcrett Birmingham, Holly Springs Mem- 1 ,
I Al sa.two,, / ; of:, the city; .. repealed., i.i I jPs8eti j pbllLiIiIe Rod' Kansas Cily,St.Loul*. Chkao -_ 'f f
SrcrioH U That said railway Sioux City. i
this17tht.1ayoJnneA.D.197.FRCDK. company
I. The, following? taken in connectionwith Klver J IlDt'tiou,PeDl&col.. Mobile, New Orleans \
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MIAMI DADE COUNTY FLOR' is
MORSE hereby granted A rioht-of-wIlY to operate Texas Mexico,
those contained in the Book of Ordinances 8. : California and the Pacl- !
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'm practice in .u State d Federal and maintain its branch hue running e Coant' cf
t'Oltrt a I' President the CouuciJ. .
t fI'tAI\ rllri1itlel for uminlul II 'rfectluII embraces all ordinances which : 1 EFFECTIVE MAY. 10, 1897. 1
lad Tttlca. We base the e 1 complete have seen enacted from the time the city : M. (IRLaAM, City:Clerk.tAprro fro ,its main line in the city, of Miami l to NEW YORK Excuse: No. 38, Leave Jack>on- .
.b'l r"C'f: ,\>oQltll t'overil1g f out Dine ('oonty.lIud \\1 Royal Palm Hotel grnnnda..across yule N JAy m., with Through Pullman Sleep- S
; reeeh'H i dai f reports fr the Clerk cof was incorporated up': to November 4th, ed this: AllL.day of June A. D.Attest era for Srvaimau,Columbia. \\ anbington, Bal |I ..
the CircultLOon t at Juno howiug ail land te97..1 I Ii 4th street and A enot's E and Din said bnore, Philadelphia, ; l'w'orll and all Eastern i '
1897, |he date of the last meeting of the ,
tr ilMer'l. All tie t'ertllle Atstractsof Title \ i i points Mate. Connect for Ftrnandlaa. Keturn -.
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forrontb file unty.r made at our Miami ( ity cil. I [SEAThird I \ JKO.. B. RETLLY, i city at those where! said branch No.S? reaches iaekeonvl11e,9:3O p.m. f '
odi Regarding Meetings' of CpntndU.AN ''f .. i I Mayor. ; ?:U> f m-, daily for same olnts north ',
-- ". 'I'\ .. across said street and avenues. Carries through Sleeper Jai'knonville to New" f ;
t A/WOFLEY Section 8 of \ York. Return No A arie Jacksoaville yea '
. ? ORDINANCE'amending SEC. 2... Be it further ordained, That a. m. ',
Article':,3 of the ordinances ot the city f"endJiienr .tu'Fire Ordinance. %ClSJCATI AND JACKMsviUr. No. 39, Leave \!
\ A toti.ey-at-Law: \ said railway company is hereby granted aigbtofway acknonvllle[ 7-tt* p. m.-la Everett, Macon,
AN OR1'lfA {E to amend Section 31 ofag
of :Miami. ..
Atlanta Chattanoosa
( }neralnnHtlof InMate and Federal Courts I ri to operate and maintain the UonnectaforLoulatille,
AU Irttsliiwis'entrusted: will recede\ prompt, at. Be j 1\ dell a fire district aidproviding NasbvilU'. L Loul". (' goind all Northern }
iriiUon ,Agent for ordained, by the City Council of Wje",' which runs westerly! from its m inline and western Olut.. Returning train arrive T; :. t3
i GEEMANIA LIFE INSURANCE (COMPANY the city of Miami, Thai Section 8 ot Article precuii ions against lire.HECTION \ in said city \across Avenue F and Jacksonville AiiEviiLE 8 KOCTE:ID a.m., Throu gh Pullman :*. !

., / of New York.. . 3 jot ;the ordinances: ot'tbe City of 1. Be. it ordained And it is across 2nd street, and let I fag Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah Sleep-
j said upon street as 1
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t.- : All '1nd( o t'mel pglielea rtiitten.. omee over hereby orJi/ined that Section 3 of olambla.Anheville Hot Sprin(a. Knoxvllle. '.. ,
1 tatLt. 1't.ht.T Miami,be and is hereby amended so aa tread now located, constructed and in oPf"ra.1 hrounb tbe celebrated Moqntain. Country ol 4\
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as Article |lS be and ia hereby amended to Sorti) Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 70(1( p.m. .
follows : tion said Avenue F and street
across j2nd
', \ \ Arrives Cincinnati 7:40 a. m
WI lAX f'OTT CORDON R. IIRomn:1t' read as follows: Returning nrrlvesJsokitouviUe JI>
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1. Tbe Mayor shal! oonveuethe City Council \ and upon 1st street in' the city'of', Miami .l a.uu .:
Only line through the beautiful hill
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SCOT.T. & BROOME country -
in meeting when in his opinion business SECrtN a 'An y person owmrfg any Passed August 2Gtb, 1897. : of Middle Florida, Pennaeola. and Esoambia "

, A torneys-a t-J:..o.'W" ,. may I ',require it, or' upon request ot'1 building' iu shid fires j 'unit whichia con. : FREDK. S.' MORSE, \for Bay Late leave City.Jackaouvllle9l Live Oak. Madison$..m. by, Monticello.No.2d I ily : l'

.4 NOTARY PUBLIO IN OFFICE three members of ,the City Council ; for, strncted\ of any material l other than is '. President of Conncil allahaaeee'Rivet Jumtlon,,Pensacola, Mo11P i.
and Federal Courts: > New Orleans", and the south west.Mexico,
mall State '
sillactice _
Coli CtJ01L"promptly I attended to. which meetiugs) he';,shall issue; his call in now permitted to be used in couslrnclioig Atteet.J. M. GRAHAM, City Cleik. 'alUornla and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleep Lt" < ,

o 'Ftn: oFRR 11ANK OF BAIT; 'BiSCAYNE' :' ,writing] stating,the object of such meeting buildings in said firo limits shall be permitted Approved>d August( 27th, 1897. a.>n.m. Return >o. 'arrive at Jacksonville'. 7.55 "_',

11'lone 97-tt' anj the hour and date when same is to make repairs to such buildings [fn 'L.] .1 Jvo., B. REILLY, [lawtbotneStlver Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a. m. for Stark, .

to be 'held, and shall cause the Marshal to an amount not exceeding ten per ceuL I I\ Mayor. Cedar Key Wildwood.Spring. Lee Ocala bUl1'r Gainesville Tavare ,I.

..$.., DEB9 'H.: ".ATF1XAN to serve I a copy 1 of hia call upon each Al- of the whole value oc said! building; and Apopka CiqTawpa.,Orlando Arrive Lacoovbce Dade CityPlant. 1';
Jaekaonvllledi5p.m.Nashville
: SANDERS &-ATKINSON derma J sliq no other business shall be die owner tor owners' of' such'buildingshall AN ORPINANCE: closing that street whichis I ( Route-Through Pullman Sleepers .[ ,If

nbon transacted have tie right t to make one addition shown the official of the
acted called on
i or at such map cityof \; \U
Everett Macon, I
j AtIorniy Js\\ and C unselo dal ftaw, meeting except that'which is mentionedor to- such ,buildings, but the cost of such, .Miami aa-extending from |lllh to i Leave 1-00 Jacksonville next .7 AU.ntaChattanooga.:00 p. m., arrive. Mashrille t I ;'

:.; \ omen.Iii! Room 1-and.Zc stated in;the call !of the Mayor. Any addition shall in no lease exceed JO pe'cent. 12th-streets in said city,,' and which. is .[Leave Nashville pm.*flO a.m.; arrive" Jacksonville _. .

:, Brolta'a'ii1i1e UItUdng; meeting I\ called by the mayor under the .r of .the whole value of the, building bounded on the fast i by Block, 1L3N.,' \ ((8:15:SIo a. m.-lAavell next. m. -J'cltsoovme_ for Brunswick .'1
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2'I4-tr t S I\ MIAMI Ft.A. provisions bf this section shall be considered or tenement to which such addition is! and on the west by Block 115 A., by tbe Cumberland Route Steamer and .;\
!; I \ l CUD berland Sound:" ,
i' :i I" \ a a,regular meeting for all intents ,made Any Ipersou who shall violate tbiaj I Be it ordained by\tbe City Conncil of jjOO p.m.-Local for Everett. Close COD nee- rtion ;
Robert R. Taylor section\ shall oobviction !or Brnnswlck. Shortest.and quickest ..
.: \ upon be finetllDa :
and and any ordinances passed
., ,purposes, the city of Miami and it is hereby'ordained. route! ,
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f j Attorney-at-Car.. at any meeting,called by the Mayor under sum not exceeding one hundred dollars. . \ : 4 100 p. m.-Local for Tallahassee pod intermediate *
t \ | points Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 111.I .
p.
,; 'I' \ :M1AMI4FLOBiDA.Dffice the provisions of this section shall be as Passed September, 16, 1891. SECTION 1.. That that street which is ': } p. m.-For Tampa and Intermediate j

;: \ on 14lh etieet, next valid and;,as'effective:as ill I passed at any i A FREDK. S. MORSE, shown in the map of, the city of Miami points.7:35 Pullman a. m. sleepers. Arrive Jacksonville . r

.; WatsoD's Hardware store.t 'I regular meeting of Council \ "Pres.deDt\I of Conncil.' now on>file" in the office of the Clerk bf tbe viBe Through leave Kleepers Jacksonville for Closinnatlvia 7.00 m. arrives Ashe-

t: j 1-8.t.f I : \ \ I ;A'U ordinances or parts.of ordinances l I Atteett'j. M.ORAHAU, City Clerk. Circuit Court in and for Dade county, A beYiUe 1:45 p. m.,arrivesCinclnoatOI:40 Lm.
( Ifor Macon, Atlanta,
I \ two trains dally. Leave.
\ \ I in conflict; with this ordinance are hereby l Approved September 171897. 1''loiidawhiehextendefmw llth street to Ja ksonville 8:12- m. and ito p:m. :

\ A. R. Simmons J repealed i: |i. \ [8BAL.J, JNO. B. RETLLT, 12th street. in'said city, and which is JnKe-lrtr Hummer rates to excursion' points, iu effect

\, Attorsie 1 1z r -, a.t'I: :r..a.'W",' Passed on this: 7th day of January, 189J. I 1 1- Mayor. bounded on b Block 115,N, and Pullman Sleepers on all night trains. .
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JrSeDd for Best Indexed<< !
i I Township Map o .
I \ MORSE -
FREDK. a bltBlock
\ ( on the west: 115 A, is hereby 'Ioria.to. A. O. M
Coco Ntrf'?ROVE. ,'FL4. ;. I :;" President of CouncO., i I Gran iny Rig t-oI.1I"no declared closed, and the city ot ,Miamhereby 1 1 i General t'DONNELLat

. t Oalce a\"Reaidetiee. l: 1 1 i 1.lr htCE Attest J.(j"t.. OBAHAU, City Clerk. AN: OBDIN-AKQE granting- a'',: ri bt.or.wal releases any' rights it map have-iuto 1N.'S., PENNINQTON. Teams Manacer,. 1

Approved Junnary 8th, 1897. / :to the Flot ida East C aet Railway Com- or upon said street to t.he'oWDers o t

CE: i (leo..V1.I Allen,J. [SEAL.) I JNo. B. REILLY, J ''puny across I''Avenues C, D and E. and the lots which abut upon same. D. W.
\\'f I I Mayor.FiratAtnendinent / also' \ MERRITT, '
.It f \ \ t :I. across Biscayne Bay Drive and 5tb : SEC. 2. That ,this :ordinance acted i I
)tf. .. .ttoraa.ey at IrasIr" ; -- I and 6th 'streets, and :closing that por aDd passed on condition. that the For. 'I
to.,Fire Ordina ee. Contractor e. ;
j1-' Kmr' WEST, Fta, : ,, I I' lion of Ateune B extending from 5th Dallas Land Company;opens'and onnlin & '
AN .OBDINANCIS to .amend SectionI of io streebk .
I 6th ties E 11th' street '
Avenue from
.Will practice tn all the Conrts, and to 12thi SAND--- ...
'""J I/ I r HeraL; "II.9.tt.I Article,ife ol! the ordinances of the city 'Beitordainelfby: the! ,City Council Of .rtnaet in said city; add 1 that tbU, onli-- i i
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i'i of Miami. j
'",, '. 1 .. '1 : / the city of M. th.i. | dance shall not take effect until Avenue & r Builder. .,

s. Mills ''Fowler. M. D, Be it orJ.aidevl'by' the Council of tbe SECTION 1. That in [ consideration of E is so opened from 'llth street'to 12th t -
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;1 city'of Miafni\That\ Sectijn l/or Ariii-le .the Flori.hi EnKJoisi! K.i'. ray Company street, and dedicated to; the ,pablio as a. Give us a chance

. HOMffiOPATHlST( ., '18 of the ordinances of the city of Miami hajils; .opaued crossiorfa,across the Ughtoftruy { 1- street pr highway +"- .'$ to ;figure 'on your
\ xy. "
\. | . be and it is hereby amended, to read as of tie main 'I line'of' its railway: aa Passed September 16th, 1897.President '" . building.
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.i., ; i'' 13th 1 street, near.Avenne B follows: originally constructed in the city of AI!ism: \j F iEDgS3fOR9E, ,41, .

',r : > Chronic r'aeaeeea.peeialty., .1 =SZc.rOlf; 1 Bait ordained by the Wan at those points where 8th 'street and112th, of Council.i Refer to Mrs. Julia .D. ,Tattle,'JVT.

; t! 'j 27angtfT cil of the city of MwmLfTbat there shall 1 street cross'saul main 1 hue And iu non Badge, and Bank of Bay.Biftcajne. '
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Attest J. M. GBAHASI. C1 j
\ [ : City rt.
'jr J' be and': is ,hereby' established a_ distinctsection leraliju of said_railway1 Company maintaining September jl' -.
Dr. Jas. JApproved 17tbr 1897.
MJackson ,
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. ;;'.or poriion'9f said city, to be and ; .. Wanted. .
J t t' : keeingenidcr.eeiogsitpe; I JKO. B. I .r
1. REtLkY.
[SEAL.]
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Y. !. < II.' MIAMI. knownfa. the '\,fire,district of the city of in future, and, for other guod! an I euffl- I \ Mayor;' Boarders at Mra. R. W. Boyer's.,

:: !I I \ FLORID Miami; whio. i saidfire district shall embrace dent cousi J rutiona.and eilsuu.;:a. J in I IContlnutnl 1 page 8] 1 i south side of;13th street, second door
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of said I 511 east of Avenue C. Rates reasonable.
; f .y 1l all' that portion. cit.l'.de. ordor to enable said railway comp i by to l" q \., .
:Present: !: *, DRUGYSTORE.. scribed as follows : carry out its plans for !.prondin. i'eelfanti '
t tDR. I \ ---r\ : \ \ ,
I L' 1 rt r-: . Blocks'' 115 /A, 115 tf.116! N,117 N. batisfaclory terminal tacihlLa iU the I .
;' R. :E. CHAFER, ,, '121 N, 122 NU23 N, lit N, 125 N and 126 city of Miami 1 *'\ \ I ..

'. DEN '" + N.* Said blocks' being bounded as follows :.Be it ordained and it ia h'ettl> or I. lued, ,Florida.}fast Coast Ry t

J : (*W ..L.SIJ- :.;. : North by llth street, on the east That said railway 'company' 5''hereby I 4t .

.r ;' l 'Otnoe in r'ultJ'DBlook, northeast by'ATen'ue: B} on'the south by llth street granted a ri ,ht-ofiway%; to:,cputliiiil,main- I Tim., Res -Ceer.et.d t.Jea. 5,1591. .

... f 1 !'Ol'Der'Av"nne J) {and 13lb street; ]l' on tbe westjbylAVenne E. Tbe,map of thin and operate a branch of' lU,main 'line SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND .

." \ .1-9-tf-, Miami,bow on record in the office of tbe from the weeterl, side o| ;Avenue E ,to a n!4.\, os1: oos STATIONS. (RadUp) ,

'f : i : ;, Clerk of the Circuit Court\, in and for the lave :waters of Biscay' niT, and also to ..... .s a ...... 05p ;...... L".4..Jack. onvt1I8. . .Ar. S o o dJ _
: ( John S. Frederick 'ot ..:.. 1080& ...... 815p ...... ...,. 86p
county Dade being hereby,referred to construct,' operate and maintain Ar..St.AuguiUD. L. 'i .:...: Tuna
bach
:1 ; ..... 1035& ........ ... .y ,
; and t made' of this ordinance for the ..;... 1100, :..... ..... ...... L..8c" ..... .. ; Al1pstiDe oAr. 6 ..... .r ... ....,,
a put to
tidiuga ..
as be nece in : 116 .. ......
may sao .
connec
'iL l .. .. :.. .. .n. :
Engineer and .
Surveyor ; 2Ia ; / .... .
: _
Civil ** I li ; 4 ...... .... .
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.of fully the land andterritory Ilatuii'j .... .. . ..
purpose identifying I lion with such brinch of line tothe : 3tta . __"; .,..... A. ..........H&lltiDra..1', 1 .:. .:,... ..
,Notary Public for at Lartre. ;; herein designated and described waters' lso'to'COIi8.r ....., 11 Pia ;... ....... ...... LT..;...... Ar4 .... r..4..
Mate : of BUtayue Bay, and ...: :. .. ... .
l4iip : Slateo. ..... .... .
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r. Ar..E..San .. ..... .
110. .. ..
11 ... 1 Particular\ ing large :J recta. $? ,toSnb-Dind-. eta I he fire district of 'the city of Miami. Ct, operate, and maintain, two :......:.. lasap 8053: ....:....;.. ...:.....: ............. Ly Ly ........I..8&D.... Jareo.......+..Ar. 1116 ;:.. ... .. .,..... ..,:...
It ..:... ... .. ... .
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: Office 20th St.near A v. D, sonth eider .' All ordinances and parts Of,ordinances- in stems for its "'Y yes" connecting! said ........... lOOp .....1\ .....: ...... ". .. ; .ormODd..r..r......... t ...a.. ..... ..\,... ...._..
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i-21-tf. T MIAMI, FLORID conflict,with t1 ordinance\ hereby branch ot its main line-tothe\! with ...... 1151> s..a.... .., .o.. 7.....,.Port Orange2... ... ..... . ......
.1J 1 ,. .'. ire i, Bay ... ...... .;.... .....:.1=_ btyDrna: ....4. .21 ...,.7... :". ...t-..tI""p ... ......
'1J- f 1 repeBiAd., +- ; t k its 'original ,main time, and!.:to cross andoccupy ,:::::: H .::::: :::::: ::::: ;.1:::;.:::TOak"V ; .:::;:. : 11 .,.::: :T.t::: .7.:.:;..-: ::::::

( ; 'It ..J a4Ii KR9RWITT .f / :, Passed- this. 7th day of January, A. D. Avenue E and 5th nil 6th streets, ............. '; ,.M.. ......t..CUl: PoiD'-........ to". 12 .><..... ...... ...... ......
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FREDK. S.lIorum. Avenues : +: .C 1897.i and also .. :
<: to cross. :D, and O and ...... .. M .,._..;.. <<1p'"r : J2O'i .:.... :...n.... .... .........'

!.t ( AJLaOB: ::: T i President Council.Attest Biscayne Drive at mi such, p Autawhere: .;..... 323p.-. --I".....>. .". .............;.....EaUtf.l.. rno.: e..f ." tl n. ............ _........... ......:: .......:
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." t :(WerJ3'year' IxperfenVe. / t .j : J. itj GRAHAM, City Clerk- coid multi hoe, sidings and buth branches_ ........... ... "' .... ._.MeltM.. >urDe......... :.. 11 ...'.. ...... ...,,: m...
... II ...._ ... ...
f Approvedthis8thdayofJ'innaryA.189T. .D. If .R ] .... .
;. iletropolIsBnlldlng.MIainL of the "Wye" of the terminal to the"Bay ... .... ,,, bastbu... -
: a I031la: .._ ...... NoZI
J. .Iruu| Stock at Sample' of ill. LateMjWea'rea. K 1 i Joint, BjREiLLT, cross said avenues! streets \ drive as ............ Slap..:. ... ..,.:. .soli8. ";- ....St! Lnct. .... : e..,...: :..... ......
a: \ : ...... .. .. .
e ...
'ForiPferes..j.
{ .., TT'U: 1 .i ''j ,[SEAL.] : Mayor. they are at present] located t8Dd'are now ...... scup -............ 90:5 9u...... ...... ::.... Slop
5 Wnl. .. I fOp ._.... ...... e2ua, ".:.....:. +:Jeten..c... 15;' ...... .. ...... iaup
+ s
Vdrnadoe 4 being constructed "..:: 1141p ...... :... 9 _. .... .. .a. .
!Oa .
: i ij. \ ; .Mtu."r. ...... I 49a .. ...... .... .
t. '. I I '- ., Second Amendtnenf' to :Fire, Orinan..c.e. SEC. 2. Iu order enable4asid ...... 701p.. ...... 7iUa ......../.AUti.io......., II .. ......... O&P,
t. railway. ...... f 2lp ...... ....... 81"? M.;......HCIbe noDBd........ I" ............. .:.... i
alP
CON1fRAOTO'R..ti AN OBDINAXCK* to-amend Section 1 of 'I ... flUp ...:.. :. ..85& ...... ..... II
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.W6lC Jnptl .
to its
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company carry out plans! for con .. << \ : .... ...124Op
8&.l.
; snap ....., :.:... 135* '"' ..... .. .:IUT1t'1'a. : 5 ..
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.Article 18> of the of the city strncliug itself .....: ...... ...... . lit
LT.EOCk Work and 'apsciaity> ordioaaCee and providing with necessary : SlOp 11 ptia AresPalm BeatK..,L.. ...,: .....: .,,;,. 0 lOa .
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f Blaeting a I ... . "
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a .
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(Miami. tertnmal' h 122.tp+ : u..LlDtOD..h. .I" ...... ...._.. .... 91M'
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and : fad1it .... ;
satisfactory > .
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Jt: : I MiAMI : }( p .. ...... S.p.M..FortLaaderdale... 55Sa. . _..... ...: 118a
6IDA.EslitasteatntnIaheaof :O"'Lt:
Betiit',' ordained. by the Council of the Be It further ordained. That bat portingy. ...........10aip If.....,. ....,. flep ......:.Le1OO Citl'......\, I iaJa ...... ...... ...... 1&2It
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l Application._ .1as2! )ifo lOIUp Ar..iaml..L t'tW............. ....... st0aA.
\ city of, Miami,,That\Section 'l, or; "an o uf Avenue B extending from,5th to 6th .
,.I'; ', din mee to amend Section'1 of Article 18 streets, as shown on the map{ of; theriljh W. BRANCH. Trains 32.85. 81 Ad 78. between Jao1s ,
'w'vllle and St.
0 S'I'ATIONS., Augnstfuedudly.
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FRED RUTTER, ordinance of the oil/of of Miami be .closed and is No.2-No.4.: : Tu'ala 2OIt, between Mlam1
4 of the Miami" ;hereby. declared -: 10, 00rI. L..., Ne... SmymaAr. 115p i "lerca and Fbr21 /

: :. :Con t actor''aud Builder' be end, it: is, hereby :,amended. J\ to'read as closed;and the city otdliamlhere., : I S ClOp lip 11 11;,., 62a 28a Ly.OranpClty..LT.l v...::..LakeHetea..Lv. 1J.oop 4 Sap! Train daily.,5 ezdept between Sundar.tort Pf re. pad.
S Miami
l9p Rip
.f: a of' 1, follows: \ ,l by.releases any righ i it may haTe IUand .s Isp 11'' 51a{ Ar..Orange City..Lv.12 lIp S 25p Trafne da.U.ex 55 sad"!f'south MQnds of y.... A.ana <

.AlI.kID tone Work. SECTION ll; Be it ordained by' the Council to said Avenue. B, be wean 5th'! and 6th i tine daily except Sunday. ,

'f...;,' r . iiisbod/tree Plans and. estimates far-.' _, of the.cltr ot Miami,'Tbat.there shall streets tc. the 'owners I'of thjlote''I which' \ \ ,Th. atesa.. \

l' ,!tltwes7ifa r'][ iMIAMI. 'FLORIDAT.'D. : be and ia hereby] established ':'a': .trSf.cl.! abut on'such portion. .of i .j qe'B

1 . section, or .portion tit said ;city,'! to .be which ia hereby 26197 .: S s e .\ 'BISCA YNB". .. e : '
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I. l' known. as the,fire district ofy the city of Passed August ,: | / \ X I I

: \BROWN. Miami;. which said 'fire district shall embrace FBEdjK, S. :MORSE, / IaappoiDtedto\ Perform rric.oIl : ,
;... '- / I i t all that portson'of. :said .city".described . > Pretiidentot.ConoclL. MIAMI 10:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Satnrdarlt connecUag. with Train 11.,

i C : ARCHITECT. :t 'aa follower\ 1 I Attest;J: M. GBAHAU,! City;Ulerk.; W'DYw !s Tuesday, and Fridays.cuonectiaiat I t

I. 'l \ ..\ Block: 115 A, 115 N, lie N, i22 N, 123 Approved' August 26th,1891r "k / l' :j" : Mlaml with ID 7!. following. morning.

:to '. 11 N,124N 125)7. Said block being bounded [SEAL.] -JsaB.: Bf.Lr-f"|, /Z.P.BIQXWITH.. ; : '. J.D.\BAHNEB.\
hWIi. : .
.;'. > -l.tf .:FLwttDAZ. ..u toDuwt: North;bj llth street : Tra..Jo \ .oUt" Gea.ParmgerlPIlt
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THE MIAM} METROPOLIS, NOY,. '12, i'97', .... ,. 3 ,

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R r 4 ;' 'THE POMONA NURSERIES, NEW, [Continued,OITT\ORDINANCES.from pages] AJB.\ CAMPBELL' : ... ,

! 1t+led,+tentto, the Election Ordinance.; '
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':' ,$ o 1898 ef AN.CfRDiNAKck to amend Sections 1,2, 3 Manager Luddew & Bates S. M. II. : -

f WILL BE READY, TO MAIL 1NOCTOBER.; I and 4 of 'Article 13 of the ordinances JACKSONVILLE, ,F"a.A: j

; !t of he city lot Miami ,entitled "EIt'C8. Pianos and MUSIC"and' 4
, -4 OrgansShee
j II follow of oar 1807 cats ] t .
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o inabIeNursery purse send me of \ liu 1! ; ,
copy your \ .
"w- "' Y .. ;t 'Musical ''
Catalogue. I had a copy but j LOW ST PRICES EASY TERMS Merchandise ;
: ' have loaned it. I find go many iuluel 1 I
,. things ,in it that 1 do not wish to be.without a We wilt treat you letter an'd give you better value for your, ; k
I Alp copy." Conn H l of the Cit .oC 3Iiami, Tbat I money than any other house In tbe U. S.'S nd Catalogue ? .
# ( St>ctir i' of aiJ.f Article 13 bo is 1 and Trite Lists. .17 '
.;. Oar new 1898 Catalogue will contain Ml the 0 and. I'tlr.lllaDo
1 good features of the 197 catalogue besides. many f h..rt'b ameudeil to read as follows: '; t't'
new ones. Pnlly Illustrated jwi.h newPHolographic '

f I hLv"i4, Fruit and Ornamental Views. Treea We offer a full many line of . ,Hi.fiou' I I. Ile it ordained by the.City Know, 'GoodT Z OF CQUBSBHOTIIXI

j I to Southern planting. i Cursor l 6f. tty city -'of_ Miami, FJri ll a Thing ;

, Newest,and Meat P ntab'e' 'THE GRIPPING, .MA.C'J !. ,ta, 'I,.ami it W hereby ordained, Thatpan ; \ l

" _.. Peach for Southern' Planting. POMONA SZKIES, . / an nil el cjlion of officers'' shall be |'hen you HTATZS'T SEEN FLORIDA, or yon would' BB 'HEBE. ', ,... .
> --r hell on the foimb 310ndayotOctober in (Are yon GROWING OLD ? Of course ; so ABE we, ; .
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i ; each year, at which the following officers lint not so' fast,':because our MILD CLIMATE, ; -

t' ball be elected;!ttr-wit : One Mayor, one With its WARM, SCNSHIXT DAYS and.LosQ ooOL' ,mGRTS, {
" i |ekes LITEWHAT| IT OCOHT. TO-BE. -
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ptfimoWoods DEALfelJS IN. 3 Tarsbn l, who shall also be Collector of : .
-- '- Taxes' jne Clerk, who 'shall also be As-: Doi OU LOVE FL WEBS,: fruits and vegetables ? CEBTAistt I So do'we., a

secant of| Taxes, and one Treasurer-nil Bur A HOME on the EAST,-COAST, , , ,
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WHERE you can RAISE Torn OWN '
/ to serv for the! term of one year, and With the, L'I '., 'r : -
; Whiskey LEAST !JOR and, EXPENSE. ; i .... :
until thrirsuc'cessora are Ju- qualified; t : ,< .
& Co. and on tbe fourth .}.Monday" October, Do yon/ DISLIKE WIVTER ? So do WE. :' r '
Then MB TO FLORIDA n we're A
HEBE; TO ,SUYL' ; t
;' . 808, ",,,811(1 every! two years' thereafter, We have
From |1$2.50 to $7 per Gal. SUEF-BATHIXG, swiiticiNa, and aAiuso ALI, THE!: TKAB JlbUM]).
three,{dermen serve for the term oftwo ....... ,
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ton-interested 'w us 7 "
PURE: : years each i j IF interested ,}
; RYE'AN CORN.Fine so WE are IN You. .
Sac.| a. That Section 2 of said Article A LIKjE tO our ADDRESS Address'DRAWER 31" -

13 be amended to! read as follower : Will ix> WONDERS. SAINT .
Acousrnns
: aaugl3Stf !
:, PLOBIDA
r i Wines tipors ij Beers and Cigars Secljon, :t'Be it{ further ordained that: : '

I the Mayor shall appoint,, subject to the

, :, I .! 'approval 1 of the ,Council,three inspectors THE LEMON CITY HOTEL
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of election and one clerk of election; ana
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: PWGUAYA WINE One, i: l' it1e; -of .this States tat: up ball issne his 'proclamation :.giving: no- MJRS. JOHN, T. CAREY, ,Manager. .
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the UnIted ice of1 said {election'or of t r
r 1 special
any A pleasant location, the .
./ very near Depot. Large well-ventilated .
! ; r; \ election, jo be held in the city of Miami, rooms '
\ ,:iJrand View of the :
1 : ,j' I \ which proclamation shall contain I Bay. ,
a list of ;
L : Bottled, Goods and Jug, Trade a Specialty be officers Vd, be elected/atd other quea-. Good Table and all the Comforts of Home

: t: //, '. tion80.to bd voted( upon, the place or places I 3,1! .
;i .. -" \ for"oHng] the''tim! for opening and clo 1', AT VERY' MODERATE PRICES. r rA
'y '' WHOLESALE); AGENTS FOR \ ,> v..r "
and SPool lag the polls,, and the names of the.three f
: s' q t, delightful place for fmi iee" Write for terms, 'etc, to
.iuspectorsl\ and )a c
clert'appointed: aa pro: .
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; Billiards i :*= r_ Beers: of all kinds i aided herein I to(conduct'I' eaid election" ; and I' .' !, MRS. JOHN'. T. CAREY !'

:, ,neb notice or, proclamation shall be pub. aug27-tf-g.BB-mo LEMON CITY, FLA.
ithed in a newspaper published in the '

. ,, ALL KINDS- OF CASE.. I GOODS. city of ,Miami; for iat, least 'thirty days rers BO insUlleh shall enter' upon the disharge tureen the covers of'their works. In.....

,'', feb5-Ganiu-tf i _,. \1 1B@Boat I ft prior to the, date of said election; and said of the ,as soon'; aa they this process they seem to SCour the
t I ._ election shall ,be conducted according to quality, as provided by ordinance; and At it reels for new words and give to the
Trade Catered
tf dfr MIAMI I FLA. fleeting slang phrase tbe sanction ot
/ '" I ""' t he provisions i ,of Chapter132$ of the the same time, or as soon thereafter as dictionary authority before it ,bas received "

t t Laws.of FJoiidn! Acts; of 18l::>>, and the racticable, tbereehall lie :elected by a the mint mark of good sage.'I'
j- \ A -Fertilizer: for Fruit, Acts of. 18W7) 'amendatpry thereto,and any majority of the Whole City Council voting When ;one wants' a work prepared t

E .other Acts amendatory thereto which by> ballot a cltyi attorney, city physician with care"; one recommebded for its '

: : The Ideal l Fertilizer ' may be/enacted by :;, the Legislature-of 'a nd ,(city surveyor, provident the city .practical.useful claim to merit is knowledge not based,and upon whose the ?: s

: ; Pineapple Floi ida 'from time to time, and the bal- Council deem eceesary to i have a city ground 'that it 'contains a few ,more t..

, \ ,. '\ *, ., lots used shall be p,partd by the CityCouncil. attorney. city physician and'city'surveyT ephemeral words than some other:* be

l' l; :; :, \ .. 't', _'Pricie 25.OO Per Ton. L \\ \ ,or any of said officers, who shall each buys a Webster's International Diti-
As
tionary. the
'.:'l', f !: \ .r- : I .Sec. 3i: That..Section 3 of,, said Article told his office for one year, unless sooner guide and Holy counselor Bqok is the the civil religious

,, 'GUARANTEED,ANALYSIS' : ;I 13 be amended to read# as follows: removed or suspended' by the: Council, ized world Webster's Dictionary is
<. 'J' ' Moisture i 8to 10 cent \ nd' until his is elected the guide andlieverfailingcouoE3elorotthestudent
; \ par .. Section :S. ,, At the close of the'election a successor ana.
:: : I Insomonia, i ... j 4 4 T to 6 : and man of letters. Other ,
{ \ Phosphoric\Acid; 5 to 6 the inspectors' ;,and clerks shall immediitely .qualified. \ works may contain more words; ''maT
s Potwih' (actual) .' -, .6 to 8 .. pnJCW>d to open jibe'ballot box and, SEe. 5. That all'ordinances' and parts e-more profusely) illustrated,and have

Made Exclusively.' of Bright Cotton Seed Jtffp/, !\ Irate of Soda Blood Bon i n the pre6t'uCe-'of the\! public; if there be of ordinances in eoniiist with the, provisions Noah brighter colors used in the printing;
Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground irobacco Stems any present who desire to witness said of this ordinance be and the; same, his' Webster is "first in the hearts of
r -, and' of \ countrymen" as an educational
, Sulphale- potash. (,8tlT1l8S. oonut the ballots therein, and are hereby repealed. J'Uide'and source of'useful knowledge
.. ,< t2!-Write/or directions for using and further particulars also a ME' for a copy of Economic Fer continue said'.count:'. without adjournment Passed here' is. more .kernel and less 'shell
l liliier for fruit. V" \. September U\h; 181)7.) '
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and husk iu Webster
than in
other
We Curry Large Stock of Fertilizer Material, C.;S. Heal,\Tobacco dost, Potash,"Etc. or interruption ballots nutil, errs, same is com ; Fit DK. S. bl OIi );. dictionary published.! any. 5nov 3

: \ We &'tlte. trade direct. pleted. The shall be first counted President of Council t .. .. ,
Write
for pr'icea.lwlore'buy!ing t\ growers
fee 'exceed i
1: .. and if thq} ballots j shall the Attest: J. M. GAAHAM, City Cleric.

persona .who shall have voted,.as may appear t. Tirili) 8u1 cU.( DEPART1IENT OE'AGRICI: LTTRE.[
Wilson & Tdome rtilizer Go. ApprOYO1ISeple( | > : ,.. ,
, 1 by the poll list kept, by ,the ,clerk, SEAL] : Jxo. B. KEILLT, ..- t

,The Fertilizer House of Florida: I and by the stubs, .detached, 1 by the inspector ;Mh '".) [ Weather' Beaur au MonthigMetalogical ol'r

i-lS-tf-if.. .' "I *" :TadcsjezxTrille{ FlorlcLa. the ballots) shall, be replaced:in the ; \ ,! Summary. 1,

i "> 'CHASB & UAHNKT; 'Agents, Miami;'C.:IT. STOws, gen ;i Gucoanut Grove., box, and one o the inspectors\ shall pub- Manner of ExecutingInslmmexts. inlr
[ Taken at Jupiter,Dada County, Florida, "
h icly draw out: and destroy unopened and 'r> for the
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i 'ling. Month of.October. 1897.- t
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such
t rinexamiDed< many of ballots as .
; -dhl shall be equal: to each excess. \If, two or AN ORDIKASCE. pr seritiD the:mRnper I -AiEAa "atmoepheria', % $
tl gIPP. I
Sa rt) in which contract, deeds,leases, s. 0, pretlsure,2I'8. :
prom -
: ballots shall be
more ; found folded together KATRK,::: H 'ghest preuu s,
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esen. is&ory notes and other instrumental =t. 90.18.f .
1' T so. as. to, p the appearance ,.
f'1 ofa' : eingle ballot. , they all be laid ;aside writing shall be'ekecuted on' behalf' -.Irl-I: ::,,"" "9 j Mean lowest.Ultemperature presaare,24,79..
.Rai1wa 'I of ..s 1 . .
the city Miami. l!: highest temperature.
until of .ballots
count the is ,
the
,completed 1 :10 0 at' darel2. ;
and if, comparison of the Be it ordained' 'the City Council 'of : :4. j. ,11oif't.Cl'y
upon S91 datetemperatu
, 1Si(: 4I79 of It Cl'
/ ,I .ABSOlUTEL THE 8IIORT 8T [ROUTE. , count'and the'he'appearanca'of such ballots, the city of ilia mi, and it u hereby ordained 3 2183:7t7it s;: \1'J .ozif, Lcr" Greateat dally lange

r. the inspectors That.wlien it shall be'neces- 47en73'74" ,, oltemperature,t1dat, .
a majority of shall,be o;f er .35 Pt.Cl'y 31st .
,
t ' OH.;PULLMAN" DBAWmGEoo>I : CARS, DINING CARS the opinion,that the; ballots'? thus folded, sary for the city ,of' Miami, under authority 6'1'J 6 "0 69lro:J ..o1ClearLeast Clear tempentnreJ dally :tinge datall..f

:n I ." TPOROUQHTARE: COACHES, VESTLDIJLED TRAINS. together werevoted byj: ?ne; person,,each 'of its City Council and the laws of;the a'7 81 a9 7a7d 7017c! ., _,Clear Clear .Mean temperature for, r' 1
,' ,,,," '.... .* -' Florida fhi.month Jor tt, re.,ti +
Vl".. : .. :. t" ballots shall be destroyedj; { The.canvass: State of ,, t6 execute contractsdeedsj 1 9tp070i75 Ta7074 1.49'Cloud,t J '76' ;
1' l' being,completed, the reeuU shall be pnb.licly leases promissory notes, or.'other .. Cloudy Pt.cry yerare defieleney'tC;.'

:: : NORTH EAST.AND I / WEST.. proclaimed Dnplicate, .certificate?" instnments ,in wiitirig: on t>behalf of the "1I8'lI7&1 13847681: .01 TIPt.Cloudy Cl tore daily clarlnC'mUD dltectlo&tempera. .

!: +- r-=---1 I !f ,! rlbe',v rear It 'of such 'election' 8 1aIl'be said city, that such..contract, deed, lease. IH9171jSI ,- l't.CI'Y p fwlndo 1'reullluJ ea t. '
4' DAILY drawn by the inspectors\ or clerk t promissorynotej:, or' \ether instrument in' lr.It!'' ;173 ,Cloudy Tota'".movement' ot
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TWO TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EASTWashington .. up 1i8113: 1.II8Cloud' wtnd,9,156m11ea.,, ;
y-
t :I ; '* ' ' -= I'\ ' l li ; ' ' ;which, shall contain,in\words' written,a t: writing, shall,, be executed by' the JIayoron te73 17iat7276; 7ti ,.9rI cloudy dy Dtalimnmvetodpo,, ., -
dlreetlOIl
i and''Southwestern_ :Limited, '; '" '- full length,the name of each person voted 1: behalf of the city, attested by the City, 1\11!! ;7376 2,OiCtoudy date.wind 87 miles, from and.the

i And, the United .States I \ Fast, Mail/ for., for earn .office, and 'the number of I Clerk,who.shall attach the corporate sea 2Ot,71'Z Q1I80'7376: ; .utCtoudy riCloudy; ; southeast Total preeipltatio on th&Wth.

\! I votes cast for each person- for such office; I of said city; and incise any'instrument 241767073! '.5O'Cloady 9,931nehee. : '. '

i SHINGTOk. i .. and if Lan,-question shalfH submitted toI I so executed shall rtqu re to be> acknowledged 3476,6871.: .1101 clear Cloudy .OIinchorroreohp Xumberor da,. with
r : OHLTSlHOUILgJACIKSONyiLLIlTO W -: ,
2574:5966: Clear
'- : an election, each certificate shall alec theit shall be the.duty of.. the we! 77'x9' 70 : Cleat c:1Plhtioo, 17.- '
: \ ONLY 2_ HOUR3.JAOBSO9IL1E TO NEW :YOELBond contain the number of' votes oust for ana Mayor of :said cityto make ,proper a 2'l,7M1I2O; ........ Clear for Aretagepreetpttatioae then. month '''1'.10 r.
28 Clear
7a,6370; ,
,1 I J against such questions;,winch certificates knowledgment of same;brit it shall nol 21 71 64 70 .... Clear Jeal'll Total 8.00 Inches.
Yaatibtiled excess III
Trains composed of Latest Pullman Sleeping 30 ruse 70 .... p.-e-o
Improved Can and BoW Din Clear
' ; dhall'be si neJ the iospectors be lawful for the Mayor to execute foi Clpltuim daring the t'
lag Cars through without change to'WashblttOJir' Baltimore' by an d o4 r 3. O'6a'2:! ... Pt. cry montb..91 fneheSNnmberoldeardars :
; 'Philadelphia, New York .Eaa clerk, and one of ench_ certificates: sha 1f the Clerk to attach the corporate ,seal o t 11. Partly cloudy, -days

:' .._ be by one of the inspectors delivered,, the city to any, contract, deed, ,1 lease 8. Cloudy, dais,JJ: ,H. S.BOYln01t.Obaernr.

,t,I ttHROUGHPULLMAN: ';! DRAWING-ROOty' SLEEPING! CARS BETWEEN ,without delay, securely a aled'to'| 'the'CilY promissory ,note, or '0 her instrument in f Novo-The above report pieaenta appro'C"= .

: i .' : JACKSONVILLE.AND NASHVILLE. .. Clerk, and the dtherlip the President willing, without: authority to do so by huately: the weather conditions at'JllamL >
: Jupiter II &t tulles north of 1&ml 10 that win'
," \1 r t :' I -j-;jI : :,-:, of the, dty' Council i-l jand 'thepol ll resolution of the City Council, properly' tee Miami the than temperature'at anrageV in trifle warmer at, 1 ,
Jupiter and the
-. ,. ; through Sleeping Cars, Daily Jacksonville,; : :' I :. : ', ,.' list; and oaths of the inspectors, and clerk:, entered in the minutes of said' Council,. trifle eooler. Ie II our nearest weather summer Soreaa
together all 'ballot ballots the execution'and attestationof ,tatioal '
: t '. ,Cincinnati; via' \Asheville; Through ,the with bpxea, ,authorizing ! _
i ballot memoranda.end, oati such instrument. ,
etnbs
papers f ,\ '
3 Horrible .
'/ : LAND. OF THE' SK%!. 1 1,7" 'kinds used by lh>inspect. -I ra and" reeliu k" Passed November, 4th''r 1897.FREDKJ ., "fiivers, found Thoaaht.Tve a first-class sub-'. .

J'J'e&I': conducting such election! ,' also b ,HORSE... _
For detailed LifbrmatSOn stitute for tobacco,' A man can,use it '
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\toy agent of the SocTHiMEAniT aa to ratea AT or iu schedules connections.8l, eta'appl] M .' transmitted, sealed up by th 1h81J President of Council.' 'and---?* ,. .

'. .. \ t.' FrnttOBlo I with, the eertific4teeot'tne' 1 f th e. Attest( : J. M. GBAHAul City Cleric.o "But great Scott;Brooks,I don't'want.; .i.

l L. A. sKIIPM1i'Fioida Pace Agt.212\Vest": :
,,. l'/'XS! '1 '* '" WvlTTJEK, ,i. } S.H.HARDWIOKi ffice; .-' ) [8EALj JKO. B. REILLY, ;: I Tribune. i
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t, 11 1'raw u..'.-"If, Waahiagton PaM. Art-, D." (1[ 1 j Atet G u..I>ass.AUsjiWOa.jistilled Act.: .,' SEC. 4.: That Section f4+ of raid L Artie)e i i Mayor;/, '' .iVvet-How- Coalda't did Help Jaysmith It.:' '
get tae
\ 13 be amended to read as. follows:
: A STANDARD I\,WORK. i reputation of being such a liar?, '. '
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'lt7 Section 4. ,The City Council tabs,1. j Dicer. He used to be:#he' 'United 1I

i l :.t : meet on the first. Monday,;' Or,, as, son n' Webster -'I ,Dictionary. " I 1| States! weather forecaster h re.-'N. Y.,

: : : thereafter as practicable,,after any city: \ It cannot ntema.I' the observation '-' World: ; '.

u election, tor urpiJe'.ot'aoT&ssiDg: g of the student tbatth're A Charitable Aavwer.' ; 'I

.J Orders roniptlyFilIed; the returns'of'the saidj-lection i and.certir has sprung" up, during the\ht st nhat'dojonaupposewoaldhap, *
\Vrter few years, an abSorbingdesire upon ? if I had to live iny wits !
f ] Eying to the eet'rectves of same, and i- pen by j
f1 'Miami Ice:Co. S. I. Gladvvfir officers thepart of publishers,of some of the I, Sheily,'dear, boy, you'would, never ,
J ,, N .Mang'r.v. ; ,. stalling the new ,whom t[they,shall large .dictionaries to .see' bow many ?

," . ,..,l3oov41... ',. ,< .... .. ', .: . . :" declare elected- ; 'at which! time the oa ffl. newly invented words they can getr be-'t r have.,'', been-', ".' bornl I, -Town Topics. ;,.. ;,,
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treasurer of an adjoining county,and are not excellent. If the Jfews desires

'The Miami Metro olisj thd recollection, of the many unworthy to be fair, it"ill.," admit'the truth of

; meji who have been nominated for office ' this statement, Bank of 1 1MIAMIi

a !along the east coast of Florida com' In,windingun the News,says: Biay: Biscayne -

;a' Eatered, '1n as'the lIe Postofflee n -elatll matter.at Miami, Florida Ingl\ within our own personal knowl- In singling out representative as "

." 1;. edge during'the past;eleven years, ex- "incubus," he not only'in ultDr.' ,
THE:,MOST SOUTHERN'NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED cit a e hope that':none but candidates Potter, but tlic Democrats who'gave I I .
',' ON THE,MAIN LAND or high him his majority; and both Dr. Potter\ FLORIDA.. - ,
of character would be accepted ; ,
THE UMTKD STATES. 'and Senator Dimick are libeled in the \
... ...1' .. :a 1 by the,Democracy of,Dade at the next grossest manner; in advising the voters bCOBPORiT1tD UHOKB T'HK LAws or FLOBIDA. ;/"
Pabliibed by the East Coast i Publishing,Company elec ion. Hence we advised our read" of the county to be careful in the future .1 t
a Corporation not to Representatives to
scud j
ers not to pledge themselves to support "
y"wet.
Tallahasseewlio are "itching ford the I. \; Conducts a General Banking
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SALTER, s. CRAuhM... - Editor place-seeker who was honor and who!: will 'have a glorious : M. BROWN .' ..'
-- lusiness. Issues Drafts All'
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+ -- itching to go to Tallahassee and "havea time! drinking! and .gambling.", It' is \ PRESIDENT , on :; r
,, Subscription RatesI '\, : glorious time drinking and gam- I Certainly:striking the voters of Dade R. R., MeCO MICK '.arts of the World. Accounts ':/!
One rtar__ ... .....,...:....$: 00
Six months!?:..:::::::.,....;..........l 00 jbling.\ .", We supposed sentiments! county with a bole of lighthing from a VlCE'PnCHDENT., . Solicited and Every Favor Consistent
Single'ropies: '\ .... .......;..i...'...... to \ clear sky to charge: these honored men ,
Foreign subscriptions an rent extra to cover \would have the hearty support of all with drunkenness and gambling, and CHARLES Hi. GARTHSIDE.. With, Conservative-Bank '
+k 1 postage, ... \citizens and the cd-operation of by, whom? Language fails usWe\ CASHIER.. -Extcnded. ."..
t-- the other' Dade must admit ourfnability,: to' find wordsto ,n ." c'. ;
j The Metropolla Is for Sale at the Following newspapers in !! cou tylJt , .. ,
properl/characterize so senseless, "
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t t A.TCarierCocoanntGrove'Fla.Anthon'Broe.WestPalmiteachFla; Agencies' i \(seems, however, that the Lake utterly silly,and1 unfound ; a charge.We :\ CORFtSPONaEN'TS' j ,-1' '
Worth News has seen fit to miscon- COuJ d hardly credit our eyes and \1' I \ : : ..\ "

I Store Alfred, Miami Kef! rs. at Wolle G :uU' Fariiinnlng. strae!'our motives and'misinterpret our underst, Hiding at) first, and I, 't'is| yet an Scab and, National ;Bank - New York.f : '
Samuel Belcher, Miami h'la.l :'in harsh and uncalledfor unfathomable mystery to us how! any
\ remarks most
a ,
C. !IGl'tler, Miami,Fla. i man, muvh less' lone who, claims the Nat'IJBank: ( of Jacksonville, Jacksonville. ,, '
''j 'Key WegtjNewe Co.. Key'Wet, Fla. manner, using a full column and a proud distinctionof a journalist,could I '
-"wtfXXjK 1 S % S V X >* N V>, ' half of space to do, so. 'We are unableto ven in the mOst 'inordinate loveof| \ FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT. : .- '
Knauth
all All ohwki communications,drafts,money should order be addressed and other and remtftsneea fathom\ ; the reason why our innoCen / power or greed for pelf, make a charge 1, Nachod and Kiilinc, New York.
made payable to against men whose every act in life be ,'
such I
should have excited '
THE EAST COAST PUBLISHING Co.Miami paragraphs liesone I
? which every man in the cot n-
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'. Fla. intense. bitterness on the part of our ty 'will foul and unclean I :\ '
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spurn 881
Contemporary I ,.or' why it should go out thing. \ \ Elegant Iron Vault and Burglar-Proof Safe With Triple ,Concussion Time\ .Loch "

.. MIAMI, LORIDA. FRIDAY; NOY; '12, 1S97. off; the'way to place the METROPOLIS in The paragraph, which, excited this My*.. [ \ of the] (Host I ImDwed' Hake. -T '

{\ such a false light before its readers, bitter tirade appear in fut! at the be.ginning '

HEAD the message of the jnayor'to unless,the News man himself! I or some of this attic! Ie. We leave, our r _

\\"I t j the\ City. (Council, which (appears on one-connected with the paper, w a#pre readers to judge whether! the Newsman I H.iJ.'\ EGGER; & CO. i

:;, -:- page; 5. paring1,to ?o about the ?county and so lacks fairmitidne s, and, wilfully, ,_
j-1; 'f.. i ''i . lic t, pledges} in advance to secure a misinterprets: our remarks,ur whetherhe \ 1 I Sncceesors to El; i. BRADY '&- CO. -"- r-

i:1: : A\\, ITEM appeared in our, local columns two mJnt s' trip to/Tallaha-wee, a' one', does 80, ignoran ly. j '

J- r week before last, clipped from who was connecttti' with the News at' Possibly his remarks, are tinctured, Groceries Grain g'alld Garden :Seed;, -

t ) ,' the (Jacksonville dames i tempted to do last campaign. If such iw his partially! pardonable jealousy in ,
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':, : it wjas denied ]that Captain Me- were'the' case,then' we can readily understand regard' to the,phenomenal development! ,

:1 t1, Kayj was about'to' resign a!*',U. S. Marshal : why this desperate bitterness! of oih young{ 'city j'' and he has unconsciou , Ifwl AQENT. FOR 3 APES', FERTILIZERS, ,

9! ; also denying' that he had' been for! our; well-timed. and indisputably ]y>,$xtendVd his bitterness to the _
,; 1. .selected \as ,;captain for the steamship pertinent remarks must'Jiave played METROPOLIS, because i it happens to be We call the attention' the people of Bay Biscayne to oar stock of Staple
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and Fancy Groceries, Front;and Prodncts of all kinds also stock of
our Grain
'' \ in \ I Food ;
Miami, now,building- Philadelphia. havoc with his
plans. located In -
thVvComing metropolis of Meal
Hay, Cotton;Seed: Ground Food and Wheat. -
= i: We [still; have }Jan idea that Captain We shall ,not produce the X ewe' South Florida. iCsuhe has our com- Bras: are the only boose on;Bay Biscayne, dealing exclusively in the above line of

u i t", Jim \\y e} ay will resign his office very tirade entire, but the gist of the charge passion.: ', It must in eed'be painfully- goods. We buy close and will sell clnee. We invite' your correspondence and solicit '

:soon, ) and ,that JheJs booked, as'captainof ,' is that!: because we ,say that the Demo trying to ont who was: associated with your patrouage. Very truly., E.,L, JJRA.DYCO. My-if.: .. =.

the steamship' Miami, the,Jacksonville crats Dade'should\ not shoulder an I the crowd that packed thXlast,county '-

,I MetropolisHo: the contrary not- : for Representative or any othincubus I convention, and,'gavej us a listvof, nominees i- .

"- \ witlt'tanding. Uve base our" opinion' er office readers should infer that which was the result'of a trade,:to

J; on the X'w Yo'k. Marine News, whichis we are,g;\illty; of insulting the Hon. Dr., reflect that the' opportunity forsuch I MIAMI I

.,:' I' usually I''.correct in'its statements.L ; Porter, 'bur+ present Representative conduct,is forever past, to realize, tnat .

t . I in future nominations must-be .
and' Hon.. E. N. Dimick, our $ena- made by
OCJB article about the Perriqe: Grant, tor. I' \ I | direct ballot at the primaries, and still

and [the allegations; of Howe, and railway :We have never uttered' a word in ; sadder and more'tormenting to'realize

'_ '(extension: ,jwluch appeared in the : the ability ours, that this neck of' thejwoods\ known
\ whole\ integrity or ; sBisCaynt' flSln ft. lft Lots
', : METROPOLIS last"week' was,taken seriously ,of eider of the] gentlemen, named, j Bayvhich {was, so insignificant , al nce
least
: and 'read with dismay by at
and webs+ e no fear that either of them: i n the last county! convention, ,will
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:;J, f- a.small i percentage( of our readers;, weare will endorse the extremely unw\rrant-I: : be able outvote, the'rem inder\of\\ theBounty

pleased; to announce, however,that ed construction the. News, has placed' nextear.. 1fs,when w come

t Judge'Broomedid not take Mr: Howe's upon'our, ,#Remarks.\ :,' to analyze the feelings\ of the |Xews A.1 E.: KI1IGSLEY"General : '
:
tile extension
of about \
woe railway' Wejsaidlthat the Democrats of Dade man, we feel constrained to look with :

4 seriously) at the: argument at Orlando should not shoulder; an incubus,for Representative : compassion upon: ,hisfl tragic'features\, for Mr ,
Agen Julia. D. Tuttle. .
last Friday, but decided that there@was i , -
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I" or any other office. The his wild eye,and r mfTb..r that human, , .
L t \ 'no equityMn: hii'claim., We,realize the Democrats did not, shoulder Dr. Porter. nature is weak, and Into a!' k ;ourselves] i

,necessity\ howeverof' being more careful They did not shoulder the Republicanswho whether;) if condition ij were r ve rSl'd"wt' Prices- From, ,$00 t to $1,000 Per Lot According to Location.
, ; iti future" and like the boy who drew were 'elected to oftt e. But someof would be able to prWne our serenity ,

'11- a horse and'\then bad to {\label it "T is the Democrats of Dade did, refuse at in 'the face otl)' sub trying condition I RAILROAD FARE to Miami over the Florida East Coast Railway will be re-

is a ho' ,,* "\in order-that" 'its charactermight , the.ballot box to stand by clrtninou-, ; *. Hence ne dUiu 3s him wits our \funded to eacb'pnrcbas@rot a lo%provided purchaser will produce receipt for web
,be rogniied, we 'shall, whenwe : he'' and fare, which receipt will lyi received! ,M cash in part,payment for lot. '
\ ineesof th \\conventlon which had been bles&ing. May luej,\ long : pros-

;1 attemptjtoipen\ \ a joW, 1n, future, pac eillby, \D.. C, Sutton', who was part per.; i Maui Office : "
,the bottom C
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note 'stating .
.C appendfa the I I '
owner of News:, at that time, and . '
'the fact so that}\there may'be'.no mis \ {i \ :
his It these nominees
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supporters. s." was
r understand; fear of our THE 'CUT ORnIl1ANCES. HOTEL MIAMI
Fir some whom we had in mind when we used \ \, '
1 readers',,may* :walk out to .the Everglades the ,term JhcUbus" An incubus is Shortly >fter Miam\.was incorporated MY,I', / .,. .

I t ,to Inspect\\,the' Manateefarm: or: something' ;which is a very hl'avyload ,'the city council' caused\ all of its Miarsii, IFVLeujOflASE

+tit, ,withdraw moneys\ from 'otherinvest.inertsto.inve ', : ' to carry,, and+\some of the Democratic niani'es ''to be published. in pamphlet .-

\ t, '\\n the stock\,of ,the 'nominees were altogetber too heavy to \ form in\\order that' our citizens \ -

';' onc.erntVe have \i appended the, cautionary -: carry last campaign. might g' have \\a,copy of.the ordinances & BARNEY,

note to the' article 'in. this issue '\ We'trust there will be none of that for, I onvient, reference..\) Since that \ l -) -, TnTS A
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,, 'entitled 'Remarks on the :.' .anatee. 'character next Tall. Dade is good forseveral time, it has been found, hecce.ry; to ? ,'
." j ,* amend the Ore ordinanceseveral! tunesand I\ /1 INS RANGE. FERTILIZERS
undr.J,, Democratic majority \ .
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DADE( couIffif under ordinary circumstances, ,and cer- also td amend ihHt'ctiUil( t, ,48 I 1 V :
POUTICSIN} !' taintyBometbing! -was wrong last year nan.ce and, the} ordinance ,in 'r; rard to t'fIp TbirtYflI million', We are Resident,Agents for'"Swift-

: Jt: is very seldom)\\tbe METROPOLIS when.,Itlelecfcedj' a' Republican' representative , meetings, of the council. "Several new dollars of Fire Insurance 'Capital,* and\ : sore*' and"Ideal": brands<< of Fertilizer.

1ttouchesuponpolitic4iiuestions i :Poli- ] andjjilled\ \ several important ordinances have also I been pa"sedsuch have paid overt!' $ ,OOO fire losses in'durPiicee\\;\ \ ami your Pocket. and our .,'
: Miami in 1897. Will write in 'Dade'', :, ;
jtics is \something i in which..Vie.have county offices.with Republicans-all,of as granting right-of-way io the Florid Goods snit your soil. .

'ineet.,been able ,to' experience' +l'Lanyspecial' 'whom, by the}way:were excellent men. East Coast Railway, closing l a portion} or:Brevard po bty. \\, ', "' \ .. ,.

'\\ interest. There, are times, Had they'.not e4 they would, certainly of a street, and"'prescribing how ,contracts,1'deeds '\ I ,
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,' i however, when1: '' it terms to.be,our dutyti , never have been elected; and yet the, :' leases;etc.,, hall be; executed : __'_ -
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,; touch on\ ; matters; \''political, l, and it News luau endeavors'to make.it appear by,the,city. For the- benefit, four Don t come to ns. unless l yon wantjonr l t\ money's' worth

y \was such a \mood "that. prompted us toinsert that our innocent paragraphs reflect on readers .we ,publish on page 2 allamendments J.ll'U{ , ,
the two.following-paragraphs. in these gentlemen,-who were elected in to the original% ordinances , /

.i bur issue of jOctober 22(1.- >' the face, of'what would 'have, ,been 'a and all new ordinanceswhich have+ 0

;D n't ,pledge, 'yourself to:"vote for De oci tlel"\! majority if, "theirDemocrat' been passed by the council since the. NEW/YOfeK BAKERY.
anybody for Representative next Octobcr opponents had possessed original ordinances wei4 compiled.. .
; wait until, aJVthe' ; candidates t news .
recommendthem. We, present this as i/jnatter of
in the field, tlienvote, for the man who equally: high:4ualities to ; /1 '
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of
12th Street west
L in your best Judgmept can.accomplishthe .- ; so that our readcrymay, be fully! posted i 1\I\, ,: ;, Passenger" Depot., i

greatest good for''Dade county and .,Our,paragraphs then, when\ takenin and,ne would a vise'thosewbo,; have A f Rye,

', the JlextJlt"tlsion State:: at l of at\Tallabassee\at the \ : -the, ordinary\ interpretation. copy of the original ordinances to clip FreS9 Vienna, I Bread
Legislature. ,
highly this issue
those cont&jneljn of theMETUOPOUS )
to ,
are complimentary ,Dr. Made
f :The conduct,of lion. :C. B. Collins, th(1)ackl Home, \ -
: + [State Treasurerand'\of' Brevard's cus Potter and jail'our :Republican'countyofficersinstead and pastetllenin Graham ', ttti
+ of the ordinance book,' I\ I _, ,
\todian of the bag,ought to' stimulate of being abusive or Insulting :" \ '
** :the,Democracy of Florida to nominate ; as the News; attempts to make The ordinances published in thi / Baked daily and Delivered Free to any' part of,town., ,

the.' best men they can find .for office;; its'readers ;elie!''e.' *, issueliken in connections!t with the /Rolls,'Buns, Cakep, ,Pies. Everything first.class. ,Specialty:of fresh confection
w. "a Otherwise: predict that Brevard and original book of embrace and nnls. I have one of the moet modern and first-class ovens .Picnic and excursion
1pade counties.will go;,Republican, oat ; The, Xews,further:)intimates becausewe ordinances, parties furnished ou abort notice -- -
least i independent;one of these days; advise'our readers not 'to pledge all, that! ba\e been enactedF: from the- / ADAM.MAYER l
Who will represent Dade county in the tbt'mselves-th-an1bod1In! adv'a'nc ,but time the city was incorporated up Ic Proprietor tl
_: Legislature' : next'ye-art- Will it be the "to wait until the candidates arei in the last meeting of, the City1 Council/ I.:: f Remember 1 deliver everything! free ol'elia'Jel, Remember the place 12th Street,JOlt wee.
best man we can Gnd-lsomeone who is ally, of iumt> nKer leoiit 1 h/.thmo
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w ,not"hankering"larter: honor, or the. field, and'tden, Vote for lthe.man which! occurred last 'Thu day)l fight, .'

will it be some fellow',who Is itching togo who,in your:best'judgment'can accomplish the, 4th 'inst. // lVIbr.se.

'., [to:drinking Tallahassee.., and,'and,gambling have a gloriousme r-The ,the greatest! good for Dade county .. .,. /, ./,, : Fredk. S. ,

4 Democrats- ] of Dade should determine ," that we,:are;anxious, to obtain the Card of'Thanks.We I

hot to send a Republican to Tallahassee honor ourselves. 'l'I bad no!such idea_, desire',to publicly express our
,next time They should resolve,not to and, we do"oot': "believe;.the ews be-: thanks- 'the friends who' so kindly REAL ESTATE
; ,shoulder an incubus for" representative lieves that such was our' ambition We g've.'us! their sympathy and assistance ,

>: or for any other office.otllcersand Dade has someexcellent ,have no',taste forjpolitics i never'have, during the illness/of our daughter,and. '
county : some that
particularly to Dr. J. M. Jackson;Jr.,
r :':are'not excellent: no,we will not namethemyou'can bad, and,prefer neverto_ discus\political , of Miami, for his kindness which did ,a, Miami Dade Co. Florida
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pick:them"but yourself' issues unless our duty as a newspaperman not stop with his professional skill,but .
Just as well as the METROPOLIS.' 'demands:.that) innumerable -of t -f ;"
\ we touch_uPon extended to acts tenderness I
: These:'paragraphs 'w 're'-. penned ,,in the subject r |; .|, and cheer. .. .' I3fB I -t AGENT FOR LANDS OF *11- It J
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MBS.
and > BiLUxaaj \
good faith prompted by patriotic R e repeat, as wet said i, in ourJ issue. of ,

j rnotjVesandliav'iogin, !ndthebestin- October23d'tsome"o, [ our'county,officers 'j Wanted.. do' v, I r Florida: 'East Coast!; Railway Co., '' //1 ,

cratic terests of the county,"and, of tbe"Demo-' ' are excellent;? we go'further=we .. "From 100( to'600_this years. seedlings \ .Florida Coast Line; ,Canal. }]and Trans/Co.;
part 1 "
, I L' ; ,tray very excel t.] Some of them are common 'mangoes.' ,J. B. BEACH,- -.. '"*'"
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.:/'lbelhortage of- the, ,4 accounts' of: lifet thee,:peers' .of tnyin'the_State. ,Some 12novlt, ; t .., ,--.. West' Palm, :Beacb-, 'J t I Boston, and Florida Atlantic Coast Land
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ot five and miles I I ){ Stephens, school teacher I II
onequarter rs. the 1887 I 10 YEARS EST .
MESSAGE MC.U 189?
\, pipe through our _principal t[will give a taffy pull! in honor\jof herpripils I- itL M

hydrants i conveniently 10- this, week. Gracie 'rowfwho is. The Grove
\ the protection of property. | proficient at ,inakiiig| ndies, will be ,Magnolia a i Nursery Company -

,with the standpipe twenty t|on !hand, as:! will the balance i\JM the ,

Purchase of S ':, @ and one ,hundred and i pupil"., . I I i I "j BELLEVIEW, MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA. .
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high; supplied ,tbrocuh four i Little Artie Kemp"! who "had the mis- We have a ''choice\ selection of' \ \ .

i ,, with the purest water from I to have 6( his fingers \
forjtiuie one severed t \
/ y'\, ] samelbeiujf pumped into 1 with a. hatchet.,* -getting \long r j, Budde'Qra 1g s; Lemons ahd) Grapefruit Treest

Action ': \vitb"poe-f furnished by n nicely, The-finger, was seweU ln by '''1'" '
Earl, \
u K soline} engine, consti I>r.Jacksonr'The| y ung" ,fellow has t\ ; \ 25'IOOO."Trees ia Nrirser/Form, /
inf Street; waterworks, furnished by removed to his father's homestead. ,
j \' at a'toh 'C08t to date of i'i'n i: Thf ant bas tlever',been Infested with the wnm FLT' the stock is clean and ,
I : :' Mr. ringree, who ] husines \jwithC. > healthy equal-to any in the State. Great care tuts been exercised in proruring'' '
\ }}. Ilarriiigtoii at' the government and selecting: b wood, ttmt e.variety would prove true to name. VARIETJE.S- ' '1
We take '' ) }being cdustructed a sys works 1 Parson Bron. Boone'8! ,Sanford'Med, Jaf si'soerRind St. Mitch-
West-is EarlftrinApph
at at the
embracing to date one Key InnJIfor' a el,St. Mltcliiol loud. te, KloJr.TlUllrerruOI s, and Safium
low the !first : gtf few lays :1r,1'ingree'. has Orange Walters Mid! ti a.pomeir.f
som property iVilla Franca, Li>boq and Caruer
Cbir-
miles of and
Hon. J. \\B. J : pipe I here which he came up tojjook "biclly"! Lemon Can also fnrnisb prices on lullii e ol Decidaons stock. Trees delivered -
| the whole ? .. L
coating the at alpo ors on the East Co t.', i '

t It was read at sewer. I,\ has been f arte1.' in lie abou icxpects'Ia 1nontll.to return; toiKey\i j! TO THOSE CORTE P 'J ITING';I SETTING( GOT US6E/ GROVES OF SEVERAL TH USAHD. TRIES : -
eyetein con-
last Thursday r I : I
is owned by Mr. Flagler, I new cottage of Franklin C.I ush' I will give njy personal'assfstance,If rered,in luperlntending the plantlrg'out Of '. .
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first regular '' 1 stock sold ir<)m our \ '
nnrsery s I "
at } anton ill eights-shows jupjfinefrom ? | .
J lo state to your honora '\ \ : We invite all t inspect our stock and get price before purchasing elsewhereCat
election.' j the,city purchase same the Bay.l|j The same\ may be said alogue after October" ADDRESS \ \ ' v

The interest 6\\per cent., until i> of the large barn A.. JA. Boggs ,has 'I : D. WAITJE\ "
j jAci.tst3moho
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erectpd tmlrecent
chase,the pay for same in full. 1 would on purchase.\ Cap ,
the Council the 1 tam Iladen continues tojpush the Improvements I a
upon ne- 1 ( Manager.
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by,Mr. Flagler purchasing''sysl\rQ and of orijhis\' place\ 11Cha'rWchristian : .-,- __,-I, .- ,

have\ early isnitable ordinance. to compel j left past week '\(|Q orKent4cky'where '}[|r. Bassett' h 4s a farm '',of 'five acres i 1 t

,by.that body i : who' own prprierty on any he witljjoin j Mr. Cul- under a good stqte of cultivation with 1\\AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS '

;age system is ( h there is a saver, to make bertsbn's family and escort themto\! a grove of' three hundred trees of i .
with \same, add thus elirui- the.Gro\'e for Ihe ., Qulbertsoiu : :
orange, lemorf d ; EDITED
grapefruitwith
thousand a
3 t BY JAMES 1PIIQS! .
of contatnination from was unable& to leave for Kentucky quantity of viries which are doing J
grape -
the message ta U is better that in the exj j pu aecoUI trot/ business, but rill nicely, with buayks and mulberriesin Postmaster at Cocoanut Grciv ..

purchased t>y authority vested in you that meet his family! at Miami. ;; abundance., elias also a numberof Short: radical articles on this snblect are

without any !; the side of bet g too careful After his suinmer outing Tn ,m re rose bushes in blobm, filling ,the ,air be solicited addressed ytbe.A to bun taluxal'Fdltor at Cocoanut and should "

the city. We tab lax. I1\ ortbern elililates'l Kirk! Munroe suclenly with fragrance./A\\\\ thisiwith\ ;' 'a flock Grove.tr- t ,u

streets and cidewnlks are dropped} down amfihg.us receritjr. of snow whit ejegborn hens' gives bis \ Tea PJanta. .'

to, act upon! ,tl of bur; city of which we ] His first movement' was to employ place\a homejike oo which only needs We have been promised ad

would have to very ''proud, and justly so. four men and pec them; to''' work on his a wife: to keep him'in;, order. for tea'l[ plants. We expect! agency

on the of;Ufae city streets have been eautifiil} bay fr nt lie comes tods f I'' .... t 1 some plants'and will' shortly then .
specimen
I the work has been done in with his full of
hands literary work
made or ; quote ces.
r ; 'i that few of nit says he must'Itake time to beautifynd The Housekeepers] Cluti Concert pr _
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month. A*|t : oldest cries in the State can build up his already.beautiful home WhicWoccurred ai Cocoanut, Grovel,last Florid i Substitute- for Cranberries. It.

compel good' ,.and none can with fruits and flowers the handi work Monday night was an anexeeptionally Thacranberry'crop is

yith) a private : ter. ,-, of Nature and na{ure' ,God. joyable affair.] '''Every,' number, of the Soufb-jtTIorida, but we short can raise'here ,I'n n - 4
t municipal election it was programme was' grod and most actiscallyirenderedi /
tem were on' Mr. Jj O.Rogers, thft popular young almost perfect substitute. We refer:ton
a practically,unanimous vote ; h of
;! . price admia--
man who has charge oftthri place of R.it. hat\js known
Jamaica
could as iaorrel.
he empowered to borrow a lion was low only 15 cen Alter
very ; '
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with 'painful Many wh .bave tried
aq- ; it; prefer It. [to
improved
lle1 to carry into effect needed Mondry. the concert refreshment were '
last deer:
cident He the
was out '' cranberry. It is is
.,' !-This is a plant/that I
matter that and
served
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built-up. Port huntirl lwith a frfend.and had shot a everybody a good time sour-root, stem, leaf and br/neb. It
acted< upon wiibotlt delay. in a social Those who desired.indulgedindanc'lng
way. -
with the,sew r dt'er. lie'turned Quickly t(| get ashojt' grows from'seed planted in spring and
in need of suitable to of
badly the music Prof.Miller. .
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at another was fruits in December.
sonable 'rate] ; which to equip>> a fire de- fell disappearing, .' ,Our BbatejjrtU' note permit a Twelve hundred 1
tumbled and on_ sharp rock t ttitrlkng plants can] be grown on aij acre-reach
..thereby While weihat'e an inexhanst- length criticism of Vach number ,of
lie-veas'l uliable
his knee. tti 1 plant producing from four to sixteen'quarts
: present to pa of writer,it ia practically nse- walk and had to be'carried I home.. Iis the programme. The affair was con' of f uit. It can a canned, jel-
\ can secure the needed hose ducted under the management Mrs. /
t the pt rcbue' feafed that the,knee caplwas frac- lied,,ruadejinto marm ade, pies, .pud-
sufficient to .
j apparatus equip James Boston and rsY.. \\\T Pick-
,'of few ;: r8'ns'who' uteri We were tunable'tp feet anj dings, vinegar and wines It makes
Those who
a years : ,, have ford, deserve special credit rbe' fine .
Gfrove Christmas
) further particulars i at jthe dressing for
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,make arrange : property'in Uiarm.aud have '' artistic programmer they brepared.Mrs. leaves turkey- is -.
Monday night. > can be cooked as Itjwas
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;;thereon are entitled .HaflanTrapprendlemH Answer" greens;
'in \ ,
pal in8tall The community i ll lie'vicinity of the introduced ..from" '.Australia; will j ?
.: I think it would boa" : and "[n pid Madrid[beiutifiilly.31rs. grow
''one, ,thousand shocked week on any pin* lantr and with' the aid( of a .
j : for the poubcil to advocate and Sverglades was laG} by Boltonlin her ,inimitable manners
the rend of te ; ; : 'establishment! of ,a fire de the news hat Irving Kirkseyf' had been sung "'r Tree .Fishers" a ,d "Yeoman's little fertilizer/will grow, .luxuriantly

,have paid for which |at the present time at bitten by 4 snakf the Everglades and Yeddingl Song," as Wok ))and filing a As far '
of de have to;be of the 'volunteer had died. 11 is,.body was buried by the luet wish )[r. llilburii{ entitled, "I' '' as we can learn not many areexperimenting

the ersfree an'adequate supply of hose, Indians nearig Cypress. 'The young, )'foII"!! I l that My Lovel"\ a )4 also a duet ( v ith strawberries) this
&!! / \
Council -
need but few fire man took la/ new boat, Monday week *
a very, with Mr\Pickford/'Ilome/of/ the. 3wal- '
'wind most they have a proper l leader and was b and for the Indian ,camp''Ipw" I The 1 iG/ad s andMow lands are I fast
and and .Qn.t } way was,bitten .on; ,the leg ; t Girdh'er I '' dryingjnp 1 and gardeners and truckerSar :*
purchase .of drilled disciplined. \ \ 3lrs. l ary A. of, Miami '
by a moccasin. lie' proceeded on bis hystling, gettint\ready to plant.
compulsory greatest needs of the city at sung.thattold but ever popular Irish .' 4
; ,;tim '{-is the inauguration of ionrney but'' hecnme'unc'onscious and \song,. "'I athleen Mavourneen," and Remember ypu can look'for. harvest- to

question,of 11"1 for the lighting of tbe pub iq this conijition'was found \..by.'severaerainoles : tiother'fine selection, the name of commence : | Beans, i in about, efght

,'a good sa ; Though, I' shall touch but who took him' to, their camp which we Jiil notnotC5in admirable weeks' ; itom toes, in about three and a'If .,;.
in,the hone1that the [ him. to four!, months; eggplants in
:without ; this subject, yet I.wish t t.d im- \; might jcure natiner. i iiMrs. tit ; "
bout four
t '' They arrived at the Big too .'I to live months. .Weather "
the Council1 Cypress
and the necessity of \ W.Y. Pickford ref ,Fond
city # late had died ', the and manner "'of cultivation 'causing' i a
'
as Kirksey Heart
;; pn (ibis important matter. pn way .FareVell". and "Love's Noc .'-
and the bucket Big Cypress Ii is quite '''a distance' from variation. r
one.,.thing; that so impresses tiu'rne", 'a eolos, whiFb. litf thing ,
:ourselves in a r 'oornibg into a '.i here and the young maii'd 'remains she attempts, was away up.- Sbe' so
'' { streeteand were interred near the Indian i Tomatoes will be a long way in-the .
vent an : lighting the public camp. I sung the duet with Mrs. Boltoii previ '
which.t. s us! to otter every inducement Kirksey1' wasj\18 or 19 years: : of age and,avery ouslyment''oned.' 1 / advance of any' other .'truck planted! '

may : 1.0 anone'cho wiUjfeetab- pleasant; young,fellow. i. r i : Hilburn surrg"one .of 'those' oltt for. Northern market, judging ,by: t ?
.
,lance next j t of !which will be . ,.. I Dish amount of. seed sold. .
; lighting : 1"i ballads which always to/en the C\\ \ ....:..... .
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As to the I : 1. '; \'' r 'UNION LCGIC' \11t .\. heart, entitled, "The Darling i of 'My We clip the following from the ;'
which I have lleart.'r lie was
improvement enthusiastically encored. '
t
,necessary i Farmer and Fruit
\ Florida Grwer.and
completed, or under way, We moved into : / -<
inanin; Mr. Sherman has the .
and ,
sincerely truckers
gard
hopejopr
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at the end of/our Bret Last but'perhaps' best M all
year house of Mr. Tasker on Swinton ave ,; weretwo ,
:endorse' the % ; \ eners win come in for a full share: Ii
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in most -solos Mis Converse .
aa a-rity B prosper- rue: \ piano by / a '
\ ; !"But times
.the City ] : \ ,This is duo, not to our Mr. G. B.I i j.Stephens has 'r i turned se1 from Faust. by.; G unod, anda are changing, confidence t .
returning, finanCial Is '
\sour policy .
.the mater to ,. bnt.l8tJeli to' the magn'ani- from a'visit to Miami, and Cocoanu \minuet by Padere kl. i She (Imade settled fotiat least fouryearsand Jike- +"<,
'ller who bat the talk. The '
which
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\ piano .appl Ilse
with Grove ]
tee \
; i j wile the tariff qoestion.and the sett1e \
a:!,substantial manner tbi Miss Eflle ',{Tucker has'gone tb'Miam'\ greeted her efforts xvas so incere and a
i ment is d
feet' the '
by Inter
of hose [ approv bpsiness = _
: 'bas in Miami's welfare and his for a few day the guest:' of 1 ;rtI. Wilson universal that it) unnecessary for the .
'carriages. L LAs Yonre s of|her future- a former: (resident of Lintoni 1 METROPOLIS''\! a tempt\\.to' jdq\ justice est&ontbelnCrt'as'laborlsbemgempl01edpay of the pou ry. Manufacturing is i: 'Ii ":fi..
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to street ; respectfully, I iJgo. to :[ her artlsti/ability Her performance'was I : \
Mrs Frank who lJa been rolls
Tenbrook lengthened, large'weekly
BE1LLY tb all .
Mayor. ad/cided treat who
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Council fully_ [ '' quite ill for jij number of weeks, has | 'and monthly payments made to opera- "". -t '" .
e ' \ were present articularly to!thps who
as .to tbq gone to Miami for] treatment.. the will g6od music) : lives sand mp oyes. Capitalists are 4 I J,
.
) !: appreciate, \ '" ""'
,;.GRpVE\\ ITEMS : be the guest o(Mr 'rasker. j L\ again investing new i industries being !:
system of J 1 Mr. Gar bride of Miami wbo\\ was !r
statted..greJtt' pnfprnrisps again'aer "
Episco' The tug Denny has been upito i her -;
Bass"ett.of' down on'be oid- .
8O'tbe wa uaa f
doing programme, "
tlje pal '
( old tricks again' -running into the fer- ablyabs' /nt. \ \ toted, as! ;for.instance:in Florida, '.the .
fer.; to:secure he.l s het-e last Sun \ ship canal the peninsula.
I\ time thel' ntirf across :
this smashing
\ ry scow, ; Miss/Adel pierce of Lemon City
to induce; the I .'Ri $\ n;who i has beers) rail: on', one s de. It 'does stem 'a3 w hi was also booked to sing,[was 'tfre- "This conditi9n of confidence that

Ughi plant! at \ } past j'IC, t jsl able to be \lout* though was all' due to carelessness i vent doing go by illness air.) Ros- and leads the to investment establishment'and improvement,

and fof' hiss ". 1 I;j| i 1 1" \} I the the part of the' 41&n110 has charge\ of [set who bad \alsa consented) tossing! tries, of' itselVlcould benefit new,usin-'a Indus"i! 'f"'<
: [ :giyen1' here 'n1ex'tl' tug. I ivasjnot able tp be present [
liberal creaaing'a demand tor"' -
i. \. \ evening 'by1.\. Mr. and Mrs: .West-of tha 1), R. Nichpl's of k "The affair was a success ,financially.heaffable But when our Confidence our is'products.further ,

.ing the,_ t i 1. V \' i '1. Washington, Dl C., has 10 acres cleared ;, treasurer of the pub; will strengthened bythe protective duties

plant at iam has a l large number of :which Grant Fenno'who\ has ch rgeof/ probably put .at least$25, more in .her fruits I'

the city will \ [t which he 'his ,a Yertised,'' in it.i is Setting out to citrus 'fryits' otchoice bag as a resul L \l 1 on may foreign well and wisely and/vegetables reach out for, we a ..
*
matter.'iri' its for @al. variety.Eetween'tlie'\ rows of j .The:next event of thel Housekeepers
: shartof the prosperity that bas
.' AVi. Faris,! t). Ij,)., the :new trees he has utilized the ''ground by Clu will be the Thanksgiving supper to and Is to come to os.i come: ,
'rather'secure many r
? pastor, will 'cqnduct,reg planting pines plCs, sweet potatoes : in providing which Mrs. Charles Pea'cocktwill "The farmer' sore : *
can no longer .
,than;provide next: : Sunday and melons. :Mr. Fenno also lacks! the \ lend her skillful supervision. : complain f
; of
discriminating-duties lack of
\ t"r
only t n lltbtl { ; on youif'grower selling you greatest boon ever bestowed on ,diana -. Tickets are only 50 cents'! k of it I bgnition by our tariff maker With rec-a '
golden
EL 'S i wife 1, Genuine plum pudding; '
Crown
isfactory, but > F nc1 \ \ pump duty of 25' cents bushel .
: intentional perr
on potatoes ;,
:
It kin pie,' cranberry'sauce, anda,
although etc.i
Buttery BF"T.i \ not
sive'wben'we, .isLthe Quite a joke ( \ 40 cents per bushel on onions, 5 cents .
i, Thompson haSfettned]\ | from ) was played upon Prof. Hqbbs jolly'good dance afterward, all for 60cents. dozen
eggs 7 cents cubic
per on per
./ -
pairs. ,: .. i f're he;has spent; the sum last Sunday more ingywhlch that gen Th supper will be servjed from, foot on pineapples'', and 'about 60 cents f
\! \' 4 to (8lin the evening.in the club house.
t, ,THIS : the Ransoms.! |ID will spend tleman thoroughly:; appreciated. lIe Everyone ' per box on oranges,. why' should the
.o on Mr.lRanspm's boat ; is'in the habit ofL making .remarks jon who wants a good f anda Florida farmer not be'able to .,
Jtfuui
; occupy
sale time and who wants to help, the
that good
: : another of the, ] Sunday school which; a.a. the markets against. Bermuda onions ,
To this <
.
\ south of \Cocoa ut Grove has tendency to fix it more permanently' } Iadiestandwhodoesn'tsstouldatteed.The | anb ,potatoes andt'' fruits from other 'Y .4r _
the pit of: ; ;
partbs who ladies want to get their club house .
\ to Chicago will the mindS of bothlteachera and classes. '''
: !
GENit..ExU the same at an al'lyate.( j He had just finished bis remarks \[and free 'from debt. \Help( them' to do so. countries.-. : e l'. ..

upon ;the M from "Frey.: Wfgt says that Offered a prayer, I when he; t'urned1to Buy a;ticket'or,two,\ even' .if.you can not t

a city, and I : is doing) picely.v.; From pick up a paper containing the headings attend, "\k *- 1.; ",' '

to call'' your Mr..Cartef rw H discard of his sermon, when judge! of, his : r' ::t Suppository: .
:1 i PILESandIs
has been & ( ; during, ,the \coming? in-. surprise and amusement! to see the Congregation ,11. i 1 : Los L. guaranteed to care Piles ,

'about to! close -4 '' '' slowly file out of the church', In, tire:'water,] three'.jniles.up; the: refunded. BO cents Constipation per! box., or Send moner for
that, in :my ;' Mrs. Wirigland'a' 100m' fort supposing he had flnisbed. jlle says: he rivera pair of pants' containing pocket list of.testimonials and Free Sample to t

importance' in the Bain cottage and can judge now about; how much pceachingtbey book-with some valuable'papers ei MARTIN RUDY Registered Pharmacist

yoncR'ciiyi: pleased with \jthia reectionj are able to stand. 1.Hereafter in.7fy'the]] finder'will-7eave; same\ a rfsts.Lancaster and In f Miami. .For Flak sale by by W.leading B.BUY dniit-EV ,

1J without j to:acquire.a}home of, .their; the sermon will be delivered in bom o- this office he will'secure;' a, suitable reward -.

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If I =\ \ .THE MIAMI 'NOV.12. i 1897'I
I 4 METBOPOLIS
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i OfFICK: ,S' ATIOKFRY-Let JOlir correspondence \ i ADVERTISE 1Fiuiu l lI \ OFFICIAL
BuenL.t ] be a credit to you.1'111:4| I, I \ I ART MUSIC LITERATURE. GENERAL (

.,... U not possible with poor Stationery' ? the lonat Adn' I r. \ \ \ 1 '4 lREiRf
jTha executed at the METBOPOLis'otilce'is If'o to' Geojrge Brandcs the ''noted Scant
1"a, e something gOOd mavian CITY
0, K. and up-to-date.. \ ,' i iteraq1eritic' has 1
. i It! : recently\ re- ..Yuou-Joho'U.ReiUy.
Vista 1 1I 1 \ Tu t br orld lu!; mt' it tell,'' ceiyeti the crosw of the Legion of Honor ., 1.DERnD-JO.

( I ,1{ ( i \ A Tempting Offer. I : l F I ., .. Wllj It! I Alfred Gruenebaum of San Fran- F. 3. Morse, W.M. Brown L. Brady*' t ;.
i We \otter lots j,2 and 4 of Block E h it_do' secs cisto, 'asju t given Semitic library of Frank T.JJntke, D. Cosgrqve, Walter S. ,
Miami!,. They are situated on the South I IlIake'lt' !II rrt'I!'!, 1,000 volumes the University of Cal- Graham., 7 '
t': i \ Cottage ,node of the riv r. These lots comprise a ,\ Bllomr'u I rIlUgh: thew' kly ifornik 1 It U ,a part of the librar of CITY CLEBK; -John 'M.XJranam.
Adv It!
of of 111 test MARSHAL -Yonng
: t tract land having a frontage : \ ,. his fa her, the late Dr. Elias Greine- F.jQray.
: the river 'also) 100 feet fronton CITY SUBTETOR- Knowlton. -
facing A./L.
1' ; make I amt'f, I baumj! i of La
chierta.b#
dati.GerD1
...;: \ "Two miles' '!Avenue D and 2(50 feet on 18th street I L IAd\'ertl'te IS ny. PRESIDENT COCNCIL=Hon. F. S.
l i close to the Railroad .Depot 'I'. L\Ve bought these lots cheap l.n t.1lay'and ,11lntoeztenslv. f ate \ ISansen\ san\ artist' has rather ur- Moree.. _
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/:': ; ,.,.3 minutes fn m the L. pffpr the three for$].650. Will pleased ",' 'tldvertlw; q C,, pri.mi the l n?lish., Studies, ice flies, STANDING COMMITTEES .
1:,' '. \ to ebow them at any time. | Make I noon on j'V ry ltanJ of northern tights, c't arctic lights, and ON FiXANCfr-Brown, Budge and Sic-,
:' i New nnildin;'large, airy i jl : :2-19-tt i'RoBBINS & GBAIIAU.. P"pula hr"ttghont t laud, '\ etherplorer(polar subjwts, done by the ] Donald. ,
Bedrooms.' a I Ii tI" I I Let. Its 'l".llit'H\lde: e pond=; '' j I in pastel and (tatter 'col rs,. ON'RULES AND OBDIN ( ES--Grabav,
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f : Hunting, Fishing,, Boat- \ \ By oiitsfdd wholesale firms your \ Advettkeltt t ; 'showed' him thepossessorofaflne. i e McDonald and Brown. !
.I Standing# is of calculated bj th appearance ON 8TBEET8 AND bIPBoVD DT8-1C
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lng. hay>jliy| through a l! the >'t-3f. l of colcr and the artistic touch.
\
'; t French ,Cuisine : of the Stationery that you ''I[ j Advr1iseit! Donald Coegrove and Budget.' .
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That out at the METROPOLIS Zola: busy as he is supposedtoMarts -ON' SASITATIOJI Bndgo, Brady and a
use turned M tLe; 'iti hierlH very clear- 1 j ."
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\ Chas. Courly, Prop. 'oiiUe, is.of quality\ jou, may be I T I Advertise! it! only three hours a ;day;and the COI'groT&:. ,
c. 2.14 If,,Hi ', \ proud':of., t tf Do tot how a clunc away,,; II'. first hour hardly; counts. :It usually Os WATER AND FlBKyosgrove I'BOTECrIoN- \
f \ \\1' 1 \ \ lv not Mp a single UyJ\ I betw e n ten and one in the day that fee McDonald and Brown. ':'
l If roa.tIt \ builnsH \ writes. home in the Ox POLICE AXD .
I I nlIake four p.i" At evening' tie CIU.BITIU-Bradr, <
\ \ \ i I : I i i I! AtUertfse It,! ordinarily wears a snufi-colored: Ji(sack Coegrove and Gtaham-, t :'

.Let iou J\bIZ"Ite loudly beard \ suit' jHe is growing Stout, he looks r:
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\ AlhertL 1 e.It POSTMASTER AT MIAMI-.1. 8* Warner. ;
: j tired and-his U weakand
voice : .
HMiAMI
pitched
'. ,Make ot'.'it|a household!w ord- ASSISTANT POSTH 4STEB-Frank,Pierce. .
\ I Advettlseft ,high \ 'l '
Steadily jijur plan pursue| ; \ According to''a London_cablegram: ,the STATE OFFICERS. :;;
\ Profits surely 1I'lI1l1etrue' 1 origin manuscript\ of Keats"MElidf- (Office at TaHa Daftee.IlL). ." !
: If judiciously. \ yon do t 1 \ miouw: ha* just beets sold for $3,475 ,GOTZBKOB==Wm. D. Bloxbam.f 'N

: \ 1 \ BUSINESS and ''ESi ENC I .' :. II I I.Advertise It!it\ which is ewer without doubt, much more than fonkCoMPTfcoiArB, SECBETABT STATE J DO. L. CrBW-:,. .

I i Keats: 'received for .hw entire poetiqal :{
\ V 01. II.Reynolds. *.
A toothing text.Barron :
\ wx>rks. The, republic) oll letters; "
THEASCKEB-J.,B. Whitfield. .
\ '.; : ', \ 'I LO'l'S\; \ VaifTintram-Sorry How you was can't! ,the come sermon, in. like and to all other etsmore republics than' ungrateful,to t all otheral, ATTOBNET-GEKKKAL or-PUBLIC Wm. B.INsTavcTroy.11'm. Lamar.HcpzBjXTEStJKsrr -. ":,-

'I \ I this morning-- oOO? But only when they are alire. It can| X. Sbeats. '.'"',
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Now; For Saleil. \. Van Tmtra n 1>Portions( of It, yes" ; not do too muchforthemaftertlieya. CoMMlsslsstorOFAORICVLTVEE-L, .
y ; t but the text \\las the best\part of,.it. too dead to care w hat'it does Wombweli. .

Barren-Indeed? I Some r if the French decadent authors ADlrrr"fT-GENnAL-Patrick Houston

Prices'From! $100 t 0 $ Lot:' .VanTintram-Yes;passage !"!!?' gheth; it was;His that, beloved beautiful and artists on\/his,whom lii>t'as certain Max. Norlau'to reach_ putdown the SUPREME. COURT'JUDGES' ''...:1)
i
( OQO\Por\ sleep.-Broolrlyti: Life.Pletty \j | r R. FT8)10r, Chief J ustice.F. ,,.;;
madhouse have to that '
,, I se. already come .,B. Garter Associate Justice.M :
\ of I'on. bourne of ill-balanced" genius, notwithstanding II.Jilabry, Associate Justice.

il. : According itoiLocation.Railroad \ The JudreJllave you]anything i \Ito the protests of their friends Communications to'' any of the State '. '

.. \ : : say why the entence of the court .that such a'fate was preposterous.! The, Officials or Supreme Court Judges should- "
should not,be pronounced upon )'ouL latest is pharles. Uestenfrue; who is an' addressed Tallahassee, Florida. : ;J

\ Teddy O'1eillY-.Fait per honor, Qi empty name on this side of t.he'Kter.,; ,' "
J hate sivendistlnet.raiso: s.iny; wan of but who,has considerable in Paris' U.S.SENATORS FROM FLORIDA ..or' '1':
s ; f l'tit> Miami over the Flor'ila, liist Coast Railway, viil be refunded tA vogue Mali, Samuel FoaM, Monticello; Fla. ; ;
for such which which :would Convince inejsilf.i( Oi wee as, an arbiter at the Chat \oir,and simi ,
t \ each purchaser,of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt fare 1 lion Stephen B.3IaIl9ry, Tallahassee
1 I I If.f only er honoqN.N. T. Trpbjine.He lar resorts. II is now raving mad. and '
receipt will be received. as cash in part ptj meujt' for lot. ,? \ Fla. "
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r Incurably so. ...,
,f: :, ) ;\ Call on. JOHN B. KEII.I1Y,. Alent, I Harlan was,'1.I.uDdpr"tood.proposing to'Miss Haw I UNITED' STATES-CONGRESSMEN .. "
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J.r \ .. \ < 1 ,Fort' Dallas!,.Land 'Company\; l\ltaml'i kins. \ \I HOUSEHOLD INVENTIONS.The Coast FIRST-Hon.DISTRICT R. W.Embracing Davie, Palatka.the East.r'l

t i; "Do not go]ion, Mr., jllarlan," said combination of a bench; ironing
\: 01'J.\ ErINGRAHAM?; ; ViC -.Pfies't, \ she, interrupting. "I cannot\ hear board and':ate -lad<.ter was recently patented SECOND, Tampa DISTRICT. -lion- 8.' M. Sparkman ,"i'-
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t kbrt*Dallas Land Co., St.: uguStineFla] you," [ II. the supports being fitted ---- i
1.\o.trIL\ ,
', "Then I will I,talk louder- shouted with & .onaf: RAILROAD COMMISSIONEoS. :
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Harlan.-Philadelphia Pre s. To p a cuspidor from! tippingover R. H. M; Davidson, Quincy Fla Ch'nH. 1

\ \ Jlo10a. FrI Da. a new fo device consists of a wire E. Day..Gain viUe. _1
Little Bl os Feliz6r i 1RD' Ptospkte Co Bobby-Poppek what Is a mutual frame with proje'C' flanges. ,in which 3. M. Bryan K 8frimmf>8. 'J

\ friend? I '' the cuspidor is placed.A John I .NH'leyJr.nJ and offices, Clerk,of Arcadia.the Board .;-4-

Mr.' Fe Tyis'genera 11. one who handy device to use in kindling at Tallahassee.UNITEDSTATESCOMMISSIONERS. :

: JACKSONVILLE.FLORIDA, ,makes it his business, to see that you fires consists of a mass of noncombustible :
I don't, luiu hearing the; nean things absorbent material:like asbestos, 1
[ 'your friends. t+ outyou.--Cincinnati to contain: ioil fastened to a wire frame John B. Reilly and Wesley, M.Featherly '_:'

r i'r Manufacturers:of Hllibr. F fliU rti Knquirer., GpD.alolrl, I( ., with A; West a handle\irgmia attached woman: has Secured Miami." ---- ' .. : .
r. Tree P< rhnp. '*
SENATOR
The teachings of D.rwti.work out In a way a patent | a wire hook to be attached' Embracln Brer.rd FROM and 13TH Dade DISTRICT Counties. ) ".
That lovers of nature will please ,to lamp-burners and fasten\ them to Hon E. N. Dimick, Palm Beach.
Pcrlittzcr For If \descended from apes, as the neck of the.famps they will not fall :
because ,
the ,
: Tomato GrO'Wers'fo lJ use Rpt ;! the 6cs/,1S Shey.' | I ---- "
out 'when 4userewed! to fill the lamp.
.' '. chcbp'esn The first descended from tree: DADE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE :
;: the \ apes
.. ," : \ \ One of the newest beds invalids
B.
I I' I I ,-N Y.Truth.. for Dr. R. ,Potter, of West Palm .Beach.
I has ; sectional mattresses attached .to' .
;l. ( Little .Bros. Vegetable ;No.41 ,aid Little Bros ToniafroSpecial CHANGED UdB COMP ZION.Old frames, which can be adjusted at any COUNTY OFFICERS.

: I '" are the Best;, Brands on theY angle. desired! by moving {he';,Suf'porta'fa.t County Judge-All n:E. Heyser, Juno. .
:S :1 k \ \ ntd tq the rods under the bed. County Attornf'y-RR..Taylor.MiamL- '
:. \ ', '.* "J' h.' '. market,'.for: tomatoes, . j\ ,' All 1 \\ To, prevent; lamp chimneys from falling Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder of :;
; : \ I
Deeds F
-A. Quinby, Juno.: .
1
111\\\ off,a has double
$ : -1.J -. JOHN ELI.IS Agent 111J ne\tbut'ncr clamps Sheriff-R. J. Chillingwortb, West I'.
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to extend, tip; inside and outside the Palm Beach. .
t.. : i '' : 4' 'f 1r 1-A: r..'.tn-r.[A '_ r ''I' chimney and grasp 'the flange. in placeof Elector)) of."Taxes-=T. J. Hardee Co- '
tl r ,, .:. .lr.fC!; . "i '. t -,[ lt I\\IIIIJIJl'\\ thejsin_ \.:'prn finger now in use,, cannot Grove. '

-< .. .. .j' : To' extingUish the flonm of a lamp a Assessor Of Taxes-Q.'C., Hsigbt"Weet" '
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j' new de ice has .a section of {he wick Palm Beach
tube'hinged to' the burner to tipftoward.sthe Treasurer-J. F/LamoiTd, West Palm f t
1 1I' 1// opposite,-side when the I wick ia Beach. -h t

f' < North" Miamit ./ '.::- I ,I'., .1.. turned down the hinged bide Coveringthe Beach.Snrvsyor-"Franklin' Sheen;.West Palm' .l'l
: opening and shutting the arsupply. '
"" County, Superintendent'of Public In
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f : 4 t : I'I't' t -- A new design in fumigator !consist BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

,1. :l : j M Ii of a, bottle or tube to hold the powder, N. W. Pitts, Lake..Worth,Cha man. '

; \. l. \ c surrounded by a metal covering hav!: G. W. Lainehart,.Palm Beach. r
1T : 4 ing one end perforated and aft elastic Ws J. Shonl Cocoanut Grove.' 'i

.' :. 'h"'e iewill Operate to bulb at the other end to force the powder E.'L.. White, Lemon City. :

f .I ,:. : ', I.-. 'out' as it. : sifts from the Mottle to, W. 8.Tancre, -Hobe Sound {
Clerk and Auditor of Board A., F.
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,the passages 1 n the'ou.tert tutxMwwwwwww '1
t. the. lu if Quinby,'Juno.' -1
: Terminal .,eyelop ... Gentleman-Y had golden hair f
'I . when,I saw' lastj j .., -1
1 : you : . CIRCUIT, COURT OF SEVENTH JU- .
'r \ t- . Old Lady-Yes, senator;, but now 1 VVWebster DICIAL-CIRCUIT. ",
} r O'F"' bate gone,over1 toJ line silver party.; Kmbracin Dade and : '
f: ; \( other Counties )
:rf f, t' NORTHERN PORTION ,. .THE; .CITY. Harlem Life. 'l'| ' .s Circuit..Judge. -John D.Broome., Or' '
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t. + 1 'I land
)j I. I >d. Irate rnationat'IDi5tionaryl
l j > Qnallu' :: Prosecuting,A.tomey-J., D. Beggs, ,
: I The crocodile. eat by:th>edgf of.the lake. Orlando -
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t ; (Forth: '" Miami i" Lots are' only half':a mile from, J the New r And, said, "Wh t an admlr-b'le pugilist I would make, ,
1 .. Terminal; l, 'or';a' few minutes''walk'\ ,. size. 60x100. I have such' unparalleled' \' ", Successor!:of the Unabridged,'1 Fall Term of;Circuit, Court;convenes;
First after Fourth :
on Monday lMonday'in
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1-U: ,The One Great Standard JiatborlttiowrtUMlIon .
; .> .. Alley in 'rear'.of every lot ; .Cool and, J.breezylocations' .. : JaWj I ..I U. 1.Brewer, )' November. } : '
So,tlterlor oth' Jmtice.L. S. Supreme Term First after '
!l Courts Sprint on Monday, ;
t,14 ,j ,.." < '" .\\t i. .j; t !. : "Maud Altgirl. avow'a she never means" .Standard\; Fourth Monday.... In April.. - -
t 1. to marry.." 'I L f ofUle r;8.tortPrihding. 4 -
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Office tae I' ft.
\ : > PRICE J : 450.0O ; : O "IT presume, then, that all 'the work :,. Carat, all the, Plata snprnue!HO-! .<( DADE COUNTY'COURT. iCounty'
Coarta
19$7Q >>
\ she does on her,complexion is nothing'' Jj Wet School hoo tteWarmly udge-Alle E.nel.er..JuDo;:
; but :art for'artV.sakk",-- Cle eland \ Prosecuting ;Attorney-B. B. TaIor
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: !3 ypn.r'while; ,t ymai bei. \ had 'chera t| :They will'!r.v::,Leader. _. i '[| : 1: .-%' : tor Commended'tertnteutd.nfs State <, Miami.Winter Term-First Monday, Janu-: .,A 1
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: ,be 'worth:, -double,' a' few' months, 'h1encewhen, the New .. GlH-.Grass In Chicago.Chicago L j I\t 1. of do-nw.aDdoUler aliuget Reboot witboitt* B EJncaton tn* rmi-ber.| a Spring Tt'rm-FiniL Monday, ', April._.- ;:'

: Terminal! .completed :Easy' {Terms, nV j !, .oar. feet_ ;I can tell Doesn't you. grow i 'under ;'1 6, Invaluable. ; Summer Term-First.Monday:in July.
In the hnuacbnld and }Jo
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i I1! t '' Another Girl ,-:;' How lovely!' seethe a the teacher,acfat.larj pnv Fall Term-First Monday, 'in October.U.B.LANDOFFICE.OAINBVlLLEtFLA

i .*" Robbins & 'Graham ; price. of a lawn mower,-N.,Y I Jour ', ). NIK"Jor.ff'8llfona) maD- watt self. ..
,, ; 1 i C THE BEST IJS&
PRACTICAL
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I find ( U. D. Wainwright :Receiver.J. .

: .IY91tf'fi. '. !Ii I '. .. I 1' '' i\{-OVER. .POST 'OFFIQE.Imported .,, Joy. That Hare\Flotra. \ It It It Is IIseasy Is easy easy to to to ascertain trace the the w growth the rd pronnnctetlon.t...ted.of a word., M. Banc, Register. '

L .. T" ,. Uss Conruie, what a e'the It U easy to learn what. a word means. ', . '
.i" "'* r :-0; recollections of 'girlhood hapC'est.]' (Sewing machines and machine pairs :
( : :, : Florld4Grownonefear.5lk Vnelt. 'kbao, $ per w 0fio 5"perpound [. ,Those: days when your ',I.' 'ent; no.Neir'It Orleans Picayune says'' repaired at.TheMlami i CyclevCo.'I. '
sandS
'l ; j: now a monument to patrent '
t ttnmatra. 7>' per 6*. to I7.CO pr ib. MuntifartnrlnR J JLrnf ,.with;a big cucumber pie' Je in my ket brOuiant Kholarsbtp, ems ueehanicat still,anal .
: Tnhaow 'Dn'nr oi.7>:4 r r lb. FIELD AND : : / P' aJ1t.&i uaeiul work I .
Toe II ] ;: *t er I > '
J'ao'cJ c"o 'e''e' OAR>SEEDS-HCorn Field \aripUcn.30cperqt.: ;:;Chicago lerord.Wbcre ; ba.petla this couple. 'Cheap Wild Lands.
i post raid,|i.60. pert bo. freight not pltl.l.-! i Sugar \ Tile Raleigh News.t- Observer says j : We frond ,-
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offer with the
50
) ft Vttrittle!, post pillet, 2J5 Irelght or 'x- 'Oie' Dike Fall. Our tllOUyldual breferencea 'WtnI'tonnt'J'IJ ler acres good on
', 1" press not prepdd1| 'oC'uml>*rWicpf rib port paid.I I '**\ anotbrrdlctlooaryDatahetterw'aalnllloao Willi Bay,situated on KeyLargo, near Pumpkin
f ir-Q".sh.$O'e Ib postAI& Pear)ii nt.f, ,. WasUie elopementc4rned out! it \ the later e4ittuu ofVeUUr(the Inlrmuiiuiuli\
: per the beat fodder cron.Kir lbv poet .bL Im Mi of and
t :' basted lot 3 of 12.
Key J being
ni to ft
rcparn aa IM must section
had 1 I ISo valmtble. and 4
ii ibs or Oft r, not reJ.a1d.1 AU tbtr IIt'edll at equaHjn reduced rates. interaatlonal been planned f |II| . U> ronakler U n* the aundant a* bra
.aJ one lot 1 of section 13. Township .59, South
Stott FondLOc i
; pt"T pkG iutertutloualPoultryood,35c Der pktl' I.CAMERON' ? ** stponM. 'You (UcttotutrrabonldbeaaacorptedL :

a a lAtr-g7, N :: :: | rained. ,and.ll.wMJ'was: so mudd; heeling se it' i, says. The l at.WebRera Atlanta: la'Southern be itamUnl. Cultivator dtettonarr Ini Range Also 40 lot East.4 of ecctioo Price 31$18,. ,and per Iota aura.: 1 and

: \ 'r : ::: ,imposiiible.Brooklyn, I|fe. our. 1 2 of Bection 3"J, Township CO. :South
; | i : t i dWOOmT'ae.i' r t '. GET THE BEST. !tn U of Range 37 East-111 acres. This,is a
n'r 1. .Man .o ; r WSpedmea pagesilleDtODappikatfootli j; Peninsula opal' Madeira Hammock, on.
t't'n i
c 'p' In" 'at the ,office "Man. .,wants but little wok h4rt below, > G.
t. ; > -r ID n a n {the. METROP--1 I i .w S But.,To A' woman furnish solace wants for her his with a miQion tithes.; .lrei : 'I'! .M"Do. notbny r1D Cheap tJeld. reptmtaotandentadtuoas.Y Mas*., V.S.A.. .'I;/ acres and madeira"timber.. -Price Sv** per

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[ I1IaIiue; .PLACES OF INTEREST, I n Reliable Seeds.:. .

/ North Miami Town Lots | I. rotherTobnny.tb'did; \ y u not 11 I am handling A. Wi, 'Llvint*'n
To: Be Seen In and About Mlajnl And BUeaynei

,. \ie Johnny that yolt'erenaiS'hty(Tisa't lest\ to tell school wojmeneverj I I i'i Bay. I ; Miles. bulk new gold crop at catalogue seeds and; prices keep them, Std in

Klnf.Tarpon and Spanish Mackerel Fishing 10Raplns for Livingston.'s fall rataloRu- fardeners. -
Ranging Price From$30, to $150.f t { thing.IJostonTra\eler.: . *
I of the Miami \ JAMF: A. I >ixr, l
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; A Sele', :!. ii Lit of Jay} Biscayne Property. \I. ( '. The, Parltir. Tbe!Seminole Florida Indian Eveil'laded'Camps . .1.\.4;; al3-tf, ,PattnarterCueoannt"Grt ve. f a

A miss l4 still prpars. a.i ;g The IMnCh Bonl bed Kuins .. ....
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Fruit for -
: Trades and ,Cheap JLamK i }'estm nt. t. I! .: As a ml e, thOug} it's plain to i it s Cape Florida and,the Old.Light. ........ . '.. 8 1
}'_. Frost-.Pt of, Beating '\Orange Grp i That misses arp not by any t can Fowey Hocks Light . .... . .1 :.. .. ,.I..I.i . o. 15 NATIONALS '.
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The Florida Keefc . .. . .,.. 15:
j i J.' f. No. i Ph Lahtls.I .I I As goof, aa they ijsed to be. Deep Sea Fishing .. ... .. ;I i. .r'.... 13 I 0, \
; -N. T nth. The Coral Garden.. ..... . .. .,. . 30 ,Home-Seeker-s- j
i |I Choice Property of Every Description I Bear Cut. . .:.. j. . . .. ...t.\k[.... : \, "...-- < : I .y
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i BEARD LORE Norris Cut .. .. 2Casar'sRockandCreek
I i :. . ."L .. ..';..w..4. ,,, 25: REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE'i
1 MOST DESlRAiJL&LOCAJTION ,OX ,1OTri THE ,EAST ND \ I beard Elllott's Key. . .j. .. . .. . .... .1:..(...(. 25 .
the of -
L To' touch rudely a n oriental Key Largo ., . 4\... . . .. . ..... .L .. .. 80 . '
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', e i. WEST' COAST. 1. I r. is to assail: violently his pe sonal The Hunting Grounds!. . . ..,. ..< ..f..I.t ,. 15 I i . .
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Sam I iler s Grove I .1 t t. 2 '
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Ear: :Aa del\ dignity.Adamaecording ] i Little River . .... ..' .. .. r:.. ? _..r"j".J 6 Prooerty r for Property t
I : to eastern ition, Arch Creek . .. .\. '. . ...... . ,. 1 L 13 '
F marltt-ir. Miami. '?ali I : was created with a i earl, whl. ic was Natural Bi'idge.. . .... .. . ... .\..:I. ....16 ,Specialty. Send Description of.what )
; oo.\nlltGro'e... . . .. .,.. ". 0 4.r '
'i? --- -- -,- -- -----,- ------ _- ,, '__--- _ --r--- bushy rather than f wing. Lemon _.r.. . . ..... .".'. .. ,. S 'yotv: and what you.want. , \
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Time was when to put your nd on Cutler City'1'1'' 15 BAE,' NDIAN'RITEs, FLOBITJA.C .
own beard and[swear b; t was The ; .: : .::: : : '; : : .6: : i 'II
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jour The . .... .... .. .I'? Jl CARROLL
VA n the most\ solemn o4th that < dbenthe Wild Orangeilcl Lemon" . . .\" ."i..:. 2Wild :Oct. 1 .t-II. Real Estate Agent:. ': ; '
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taken. I i ilieardg ,LIm.iron's.[. . ..... . ., i. .. 2 .
: .tj j I i taxed RU.SS Baker tlaulq\tr : . . ... . ._. .,:. .: 15 yl
. 1 were Jin Snake Creek t i.. . ,. .. ]:-. . JO
f time'of Peter the Great noblassessed being TheCrueodileFond . . \. .. L! ,..10 MIAMI P.AINTSHO : I
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House Of Refuge 1 I.1 : I. 10
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a trouble, a commoner .Indian Creek and Oyster fed!*. ..: \I 1j-- 10 . ,,
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' J peck.Alexander. 'i H i The Old Uainson the . .. ...', .. .H <. .. .2 T, J. WEAVERPROP.R..
sf> w e, } I Ilam 'abolished Fort loalhts.. .. .I haml\1\. . .. ., \ I
Great cards'
.. the A Cruise on the Bay of da and .Among House .Sign and
nrnQDp his soldiers because tl11y furnished S the Keys. : . . . . ., .t. . . .. Carriage
,:, I the The Florida Guilt Stream. . i.. ... oJ.; . .'I_..
"handles for enemy !to lay ,..''..
.Ubt\ Hour, sail to the Bahama Bank ','
; ( hold of" ,. .. ; r

A\thQugh'\\ '\ the old,Egyptians id I not Ho For Cocoanut Orove. Painting

\ ordinarily: wear beards, yet on feasttheir The fast and! commodious' launch j

days they dnned false, ones-an "Uailnler"leave'I'eac at Co-

I male deities,\" almost always. pre- coin ut Grove ev ry morning e eptundaJat' Decorative Wall Paper Hanging a; ,
lam ,, rented with beards \ '\ 8 o'clock for Miami, krrivtng ', ialt}.' Graining, Hard-wood : i

i CF The ancient Hebrews esteem 1 the. at foot of.Av Bile IH at 9' o'Iock, ing and Kalsominp. All work .
\ \ leaving Miami fbr Cocoanut Grove at ''guaranteed. Best of refer :.
sacred he it to ;
f beard asia. thingand 10:30 a. m. Fare! 25 cents each 'way j enc.os will be given. .

I, I I It be a sign of| pe-rfedf\manwhi\ ethesfor Will lI l make special trip;:.returping'' to A.v. .Lf and 9th St., MIAMI, FLA. a

t r Egyptians, who held them'capti\ Miami in the eve ing for' accommodation vinay97.lyhf.I
\ t d r so loner, weref'universol\ clean sl a\'D. of partiesat iery reasonable rat** .. I

.I., '.. u. Go down and spent day. or two! at 1 .

1 Notice fur Publication.LAMI . Cocoanut Grove the prettiest placeon! THE PEACOCK INN
the Bay. Spend a day at pe homelike! F
r OFFK E AT fiAMFsvVembrr :R ., l Peacock Inn and

I \* +berebY, glveu 5?that 1S97.Notir the'. '' ,fo'lnamed win-f al'palms, clumps of eetheavenueoflroy.gjant bamboos and . \j LOCATED: ONBISCAYNE ..-.- .

: settler hap filed untie/ of bis lotto ntion many other, interesting. sights, .in, the I BAY \
vicinity ,tf. '
make filial proof In support of Jill era .and I ':

that said proof will 'be made before ; o. n. Bring' nd work .Five mile south of* MiamLThe .
iO : your advertising job
SAFETY r COMFORT, QUICK TIME RATES Relllv, I lilted;\ fettles CoramlfUlnner at I ami. to the METROPOLIS!office, : . \ oldest and largest hotel

\ Finest Cuisine and Service. 11.0fir/erlletween.JackgrintillcanctReip' York. Florida, on December: 18, UW, viz; Fri n J. j m on the Bay. Headquarter '
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The Fleet is compobed of the following Handsome New Steel SteanveriN Mills of ("(J'Oanu't drove, Florida, born teed Bay Front For'' ills.Twentyone for the Bucayne Bay Yacht \ .. S .
2iW for the'' norlheait diiHrlW of 19, with 'I 1 Clnb.' '
\ aectiop :
j ,Comanche '(new), t h Algonquin, i-Iroqnois, n Ctierokee, semIno\ 1 township.. >onth range/41 tab*. 400 feet on the Bay.acres A splendid a frontage piece nf Dally Steam Launch. Connection With,,,Miami \

1 NORTH-BOUND. i M name! tbe ,,01l0w'log Wrne: ses to rove land Ijmg between (he.place of B. Bw. MoCormick

| Steamers are appointed{ to all cpordlnt( tai beltide. L\ his continuous residence, nponiand' 'cuhivj lion and that {of A. R. Simmons, Rates. $2.00 Per Day and Upward.
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-1"- From Jacksonville,'Fla.r (calliugatCharletiton), 8uniz. I sooth 'of. Cocoanut 01'01.Tbe' \ nest Special Rates by the Week. :-. rCHAS.
'From Charleston 8. C, Mondayseduesdayn and Fridaya 1.11'. Jackson, or Cocoanu Grove, Fla. pieceof .and for sale on the Bay forthe,
For hours of tailing nee "Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston Fla PEACOCK& SOX; #
dally papers {J. Allirtcr of CocoanotjGrove money. Price $ take one- : Propriet, .
I SOUTH-BOt ND. f Ke'lerof Cocoanut+ cinieFla.C. half cash,.or only onthird cash if necessary -- ..

i Steamer are appointed {to Bail from Fier 29, East River, New York at S p. m.i as follows j 'I 'E. Davis, of Cocoanut Grove, Fla. ., i 1 COCOANUT GROVE- FLA,
For Charleston,S. C, Mondays and 12nov17dee! J. !d. ico. Red ;. ROBINS
nedueKdays Friday
\ BA 2-18-tf \ KGSAHAM. tffl-Open All the YeAr. 1.1 ,
F or Jackson vUle.Fla., (calling atCharle stow Monday. KVednesda s and Fridays. K\\ -- -- ,, +,r
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'< Clyde New England and Southern Llnes ; k I II '.Notice for Publication.LAND : \ \ '

/ ( ; ) IIi. Ornce!: AT OAIKSVILLK FLA.. The 'Plant System.Perfect
Calling: at Cbarlettoii, s. C;,both ways., i. November 1, 18:17.: + .

STEAMERS I"DELAWAEE" AND 'QEO. W. CLYDEJ* Notice i*"hereby1 given that jthe folio ng

Ar 'appointed to tall ai follows* named settler has filed notice oil her Inteutjon Passenger Service, .

From"toot Rogan THURSDAT9 Street, Jsckaouvfllle ''ro Lewis's Wharf, Boston to male li'nall'rooCn support: of; her claim nd Reaching the' Most Important Points in Georgia Alabama "
i FRlAY9CLYDE'S that ald proof will be made i before W ) ,

'teatherly, U. S,. Commissioner. at Miami, outh
i .Carolina Florida Cuba and '
ST. ; -
JOHNS RIVER \
JNE.DE Florida on December 13.1897viz* ; Mary N eA

| ( BARRY LINE) I I nee Moffat' of Lemon City, Florida, homestead Nova Scotia., ....
... 2i8, for the east half of southwest one.fonrth
Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fl.\and Intermediate of Section 21, and east bait of. northwest cli e- Most s 1e'n.dLc1.: :Elo"te1s': ,

Landings on: the St Jqfins R\veV.\ fourth of Section 23,:Jowuship 62.,South, Ran 'e: : '
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-The elegant"side-wheel steamer \1 I forty-one East. I\ I --, _:..bJ.rF' ......_ .
"CITY JACKSONVILLE" She names tbe following witnesses/ to prd e ::- .
her contmnoas residence upon ,and cultivation' J

CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW I I Of said land, via: \ ; \ \

Ova Jacksonvtlle.i . ,.,:.) ;. ...,,.,...r6nndej><, Taeadaye pa Thursday st 30 p, m .Miry Doutblt,of Lemon: City, ,Fla. \1 10 -- If
eturning leaves 'tn/ord t ,a..a..,.:,..Mondays,. \\eduesdays ariil Fridays 9,00a. m6OUriIBOUM . Settle Doutliit, of Lemon City, )11&: ,.,
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) M RTll BUUND .Jdine' IluBil,of Lemon City; 'II\., l
;Real, donn ; SCHEDULE .I Ites4up M. \\. Moff.ir, of, Lemon City, Fltt.novirdecll : Il ;
Lea* p. ; ... .....::. JAKaultILLS at
? .u Arrive 3 00 ; J.M. hARJiJ,B
v- r 8 45 p. m. ,. ,.,-.. Pslatks .. ;! .. .. ,. 8 W a. mLeae glster.r. = 1r
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i 800a.m. .. .. . .,. .AitorSt -.. . . . ... . . .. M | YNpm.p m.48oa.m .r r w r 1\\ 7
N . ,. .:-. 1L Francis ., . .... ''i.. I l 00 p. ml Notice for Publication f.
... Beresford . ..' 11 3<> ;
K 00 a. m. Blue Springs . . a m LAi.. D OFFICE AT, riAIFS\'itiic. FLA., :, a I 6
.t. 11 ti)
8 3-) H. n2 . . . .. .' .. .. .; Sanford 9 00 a. m;, ._ o\ember H 41197. } i
14 *. a raArrivl . -; . Enterprise '. ; .,. ., 8Sila.to a.m. ? i -
Notice is hereby given that the \\ t j .- .. r j ::

General Pasenger anti Ticket' Office204;\ Iced Bay Stre\i\ Jacksonville. named settler has filed notice" n( heij intention, ; ,

i i M i LjJNO. make final proof in: support 'of her tUiuu and ;=
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,II': '. HOWARD '8urr F. M.IRONMONC ERJ5.! F. P, A- i ,I III that said proof will be made' before+ W. M '
JACKSONVILLE Feathery, tT. S. "Comiuis>.lonerJat\| Miami, iJ1ji ,
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II\. "' : EOER?,T. M. W. H. VMRBURFON.. C. P. A. H. CLYDE. A. T, M. Fla.,'oil December 18,1397,vlzMat1Wa! A. Moffat '1 I J tt ,. ,- 3 D t1 t!
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S BOWUSa GKCKN, NEW YeaLrWM. 4a -- i
of Lemon1.pit! }, Fla., homestead 23JOS5: : for the v not". &m, 10 =t
P. CLYDE; &' CO.,'Cen'l Agent; northeast: one.fourth of Section 2T Township, --:-

: 6 Bowling Green, New York City: :12 Bo, Del Are.M ., bits elpbIa. 1.7.tfQperaUs 52 South,Range 41 East, oast' \ 'to I( :z '
+ Sbe'name'the following witnesses'to prove her In the West" ( Re" ofxFlorida.. '


; ,- Georgia- Southern, n FIQr'Ua a'y. .continuous,sa Ia-ia.n..3. viz..residence: upon. and cultivation I'I'I' of THE PLANTjSTEAMS-IIP l ( ..LINE I \ '

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: Mary DuUthitjjf Lemon City Fla.! '
0;. ;1 I \ Saute Ubuthlt,oTLemort City } ...I Jteamers Plying) between ;;P<-1rt. Tampa, Key West .and 1- "

The 'Suwanee: ,River' Rout'. II .Jan>cs.Hubel" of LemonXJky FI.L..Fla i Havana, and 1etw en Mobile|andPort ramp .
. n ni 1'\ Mary Xiles. of Lemon City, : I

i i k .Time Fable-Tt e.1.B I! 7 I t I, "\' novS-decU i, M.IBARCO.Regl\ '" B..W. WBENN, L l j \ \fir,C.' 3IcFADDEN: ., . S a

.. "r I, , Pass Traffic anager. \ ", Asa't Genl Pass. Agt. ;I aiSa

\, .. SOUTHBOUND; .STATIONS.NO, Tt1BOUND .. II" Sheriff's Sale \ ., \ aaaa. O-au I \

M :-: .No'6 No3 tial. '. No No4 \\N06 ,\Under .and b) virtue of a writ of execution "F,,IVL JOLLY, u\PaMe\ rr Agent, Jack o TilIe"FIa..MalJorrSte _

i.. T J;.. 160 P II 120 it Leave:. ......;Atlanta.\:;...;,MAcrivt : ---- .\ Issuing out of' and under seal of Ihe. County pr
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: .J..f. It 18 11 10Arrive. ; ; .Ya'on. ; Leavt 15 't..l.. ... Court: of.Dade County, of Floridann a \- t

j .4 i)) x u :5 p U..uA.llLe.ve......;..... acon.. ._...O .Aniv 4 : aO A.1It: OU certain cause depending therein I ,'wherein i Frank -
1 6.8; t 45. 2 0) r.I A.rrh...::....., Uordele. .....;..Leave 220 h 2''lu A. >< T, Budge is plaintiff, and George B. and Uls Line
a Blerjns ip
8 40 800 86< ;.. ;.....0.4.TUtOn.. :..: .1:..1051 1225 61\40' r
:\ 1oiD! i1 440 S 3S ,...f -' ; ..J'.ldoata. ,. .... 11 os to H'\.\L.HaynMy eomposing'the;firm of il levins-S:
I. fi.2 5b0: .
..},........ 6 to'' 684 :........ . :...L...:; IQ 0'.,: 9 a2'.r.JI H81'nleare'de endanl I lta4e: fevled on and r
J st ... : ,,645 'J :B i..h.l....... La\eC1tr:.1,. .. .t;. ,f highest ; .
} 910 909.u. ..A-u ,will sen for cash to the' and best bidder, -
... h. '. 900 10 e) ...;.......... PALATXA.' .... ..1... .. 6 10.' 445 ' 1 N. y; '. 8. 8. CO.), ,
', ,.,.., 10. 515 S M Le.ve......., ...rUton.\\ ,....Arrive a llll r JI .... ..... at public auction;before the door of the aunty ,
,.;,....\ $'10,, S 00 'rrhe.,,.- W.ycrn..j..Le. ( 100\ .. .court honse.at Juno, Florida, between b
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\\1' ....Ih r.. 'J3- 121\ ,......:-.. JACKSONVILLE... ;.t: ..i. \Ir' )1 '7001 40 ..';. 'i'...., hours.of sate,on .r }T f\\ .Yies -
Fla.
\ ,..:+..... .. 3; ; ; 4 w P: t Leave.... THroa. \ _..Arrive it 00 p''o 71:> P JI .... L.. Monday, the 6th Day of December" ,A.D.189T. I Key sHeiiYorkThe :
.:r 900 515 Am"..."FITZQERALD :. ..Leave 10131[ it 6 00 ...0. _..' the sauce being a legal sale Uyall; thosd certain ,

1t,1 Pit; 12 M f' .a ,;,. l.eav,,,,....... V.ldollta., _,ArriVt' .,.. .. .. Ii 00 Rif 411$ )a I \ lice ""
lots or tracts of land. )lug and +being Dade magnificent,steamers of this are, to leave
} 11 /9': : 1'20& ..... y.. .. :'" .Qnltman .: -'l1ave .". r. 52 332' fn appointed j.
\"rrtYe" : ;
:>IIt.;. I, I2 00 An 214 ...),::.... .,.. ...< .j'.TBOJlASVILU n ...1..:. ... .... 156 24.5', County. Mate of Florida. and) described" as follows l
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I\\-.11.\ ..... 1\ A II 11 IU P, I.eave..4-........latk\'I": : \ i.,.Arrivl' 450... r. 158 .' : to-wil; beginning 1 I Key West Every Saturday
,... 140 PI 21 iII,: Arrive.:_ ...8anrOrd.. ,.. ..LeaVt' t J8 1w tOO., ...i.. .. .. I. .The\east half of a. certain tract !
'ti".'- 150 3 5.\ '",. .. ;..Orlando::: ;. .. 12 M1\\ t t5'p II ; .. of the southeast :
k..;t::::. i 9a 7 tp ::J-:: ; .:: ; 1.E. t 30 r'st t' n 45'' '. at the" southeast corner of arrivin D .NE\7 YORE' following Tuesday. Service. "'and. \accommodations.
645. 800 ::: > : : ;: ;! ro I Oil ;::::::: : quarter,of northeast quarter Section IX Town- I t. \ strictly first-class. r i

'._ O... :O'u.- a.e.\- ..P .tlt&... .Arll'fe '. P-r ........ ship 53,' soutu of Mange 41 Fast! ; thence o:west \ :, ; s
.-1-i, ...... 12 48\r\ ::..:....1.\1-. AmTe., ..... \!..Orm\n.t..I; +t.! ... Le'"r ".''t".....'.1':7',. 6.\; ... ...._ I.6i9fl'tt: to stake for place of beginning; thenc VIA ORT
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::. ..1:. 330 ......:... ..:.-. .. ...u'Rnrkledax. ..,.". .. ... ., .:., .. r. 107 ni1b MestccO feet rom Brunswick NewYork
.H,.t.c .... 8 10 ..,. l' ...11.: west PAlm _\ .. 21 A 11 ..f... run tilt feet,!thence! ; ,thence _ RO 1,4 3.ito A
:. .i ...11.00 ........ ..\.. ...",.. KIAI.Beacb.at... ... .. J. .. '':!.. .t l 00. ...;,... south CC"i; feet thence, east. 660 feet to point of ,
beginning; Containing ten acres. Also the west : \ PASSENGER; \ .
Pullman Buffett sleepers he''year found between, Jacksouville.. F .._ad Nashville) half tractor; land at' point ;
beginning li.20
of a
via TUto ' a Y a Fernandina (F. C. ft P. Rjr and Cumber' f
Tenn chains west southeast corner of the north ,' land Route .' ,
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Operates Looal leept-n the Falatka
Jla.:and Macon ;
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F.direct on Trains Hon. Sand 4_year rourid\1wtw\\ n : |i| j'Ga., rla O S.' & halt of southeast quarter,of section, 7,Township L i.Jacksonville.......1 :.. ....,.t?....8 iSajn Lvl: ,'Jacksonville" ........... .t..i..4 00 paLrlErereU : .
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Direct'Line', to Fitzgerald <(Soldiers\Cblony\ ,Via: Tifton \53 South,. Mange 42 ,East,; tbenee'go'wesl 6.82pains A Bransw et.: ...:0"--.>". $:',...5..30 90pm p m .: "'.t.,.,!.....'.:.%...-: |r.:......loMpm.
,) \ ;thence north parallel set:tion line to ' Dally except .Sunday.. Ar. Bninswlek.........},.... \. ......7.80.pm
I' \ 'NAJSHVILLE EXPOSITION '. \ bank of Little River,thence easterly along bank 1 Paiaeng km allowed.on, 4 : :, -
PROPOSED-SAILING .
Round Trip Tickets now on ..Ie.t following very low rateli'.;- .\Yogi Palatka.. From Jax of Little River to land of \Mrsj SUry'Brletell; ".I \., \ "\ ._ .
\ Ten Dq! LtDm..Tu: sd'TiD. T.ellty Day Limit :... .,, .. 'h;:. ,". .;. .... ....\ ... .,..f--\-: :!. {o'\t\ .rI--'Y.p :;. .J' . .t... 1760. clod 14.83: chains. to place,,of beginning,being Friday, Oct 1\\" -'*4.:'f.S:' 4..-,]. . '-"," ,BIO GRANDE. . .... . ..:: ..... ... .V_Friday Oct. 8
Octoher 3tst. Umlt. .... .... ....": .., ._ . . . . a ,.. . .
'f.-'; .d -'- \ + 't\-\ '' .$ Z) .2400 Friday Oct. 5 r. \..* ,... LOKAOO... . . .. ...... . . .i-.Friday Oct.1;: A
,The bale RantThe historical Battlefields Route.. .\-1\\ subdii Islon of,then), of roe U of Sect.Ion 7,Township FrtdayocC1., :''i'1"1.:... KIO GRANDE' . . .. .,.. .........:. ..\Friday, Oct. 22 '
'Full Information, sleeping car retenratioua, , mar, !etc-,can be.o !aln.dpUr by writing $3.feoutht Range 42 East,! containing 8?* Fria.yTcr.2 .,p;:' .. ... ..,.. .. .,, .* ... .T rid ay Oct. 29
or. calling, upon, \. -iv v I acies. Same being property of It,luo'"defendant, '. Oct. aS ,.. .i,-i.="A.?,-,, '."-- _'.BIO GRANDE": "m"" ..."__"::'...1 Nday;, NOT.. &.
S : HUGH. H. RICHARDSON; Gen. Agt. H:L. *\Purchaser to for :MIAMI
Haynie. titles. METEOPOLIS
pay:
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.j; \ c\\ 'Miami, :TCorida.DAVIES Agt. Mallory Tine, Key West, Fla.
,J LANE ; ;G. A. MACDONALD \ Sheriff, Dade County, Fla.: jt ,
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'p Sanders&Atkinson,Attorneys for:plaintlbr ; : tJackfoaville. c. GO.. _
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CyR rrut ti\\ !ND RELIGIOns'" i. 1 School- Board Proceedings.j', DEINICO: .\ Stand( 'r.y : l
We Alone '
; Regular\ meeting of the school board 11K&TAURAN: \ y : .
held on November 5th. Present J. W. '
1 \ E. V.;,BLACKMAN Jackson chairman; J. W. ComstiK-k. 'Meals\ "eerred at all hours. \ : \' .' % ..
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Pastor of Uethodlct. Episcopal Church MAt mL \V. Widmeyer and Z. T. Merritt. \Moderate rates22octljf Oysters in As the t brnggiits of Miami, whokeep the largest and best stock v

: The superintendent made the following >vnj.i Lodging by the day ''I' of Drugs\ Mwlicinefl,etc A our store yon can find jnet what yon
\, Trinity church, corner of Avenue report i, J i or week. DA ns& HULL; want! ,'at any times, and what yon get here yon can rely DJ on.
4J and Tenth street, there will be, on The school house' at Miami completed hi.uwe. ', loth lit reel near AtenneD : po ,
::1 Bunday, November 14,"a celebratio of and ;accepted. The warrant for l$dOO I Articles ,

:, '\= tne Holy Eucharisfwith brief address, delivered The school having increased OYSTERS ;'.OYSTER OYSTERS 1S 'Stationer and Toilet of Every Description 1.
'l'' at ::7J: a. m.; Sunday School at 10;, SO, largely it. was necessary to seat a' Tye<' rnf,airy style at nny lumr iu the ,
:f Morning Prayer; and; sermo at 11; third 'room and employ a teacherr 1' day j from 5 iu,m.to- 11 p in. Rest In them '
trket
altenlioii _
85 cents Car fill to
i Catechism aW2:;JO; Evening service. at employed Mrs. Edith IIlIntl'r.espectfuJly all. | Alsonice-rooms, on bllal',1 floating .
t '' \7 :ta., &.t St..Agnes Chapel,.Avenue F submitted. ' Hotel.\ KoekltHtce...at reasonable rates.Givejme TOWN LEY BROS.
and Eleventh street, there will be pn : Z. T.MEBRITT, Supt. si call. TJ. I

Sunday, November 14, Morning Prayer ., On i motion (superintendent's\ report .I. Turnage's Restaurant: i "' RegistereJ

and sermon at 8 a. m. And vemnPrayerkand accepted. \ .Foot of AienueD, Hear Chinee faundry. \ Pharmacists, ., \ \'
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sermon at 6:30 p. m. ( nWednl'tday On motion 'superintendent orderedto j \I ': I \6I1OVtfbIDIr ) ,\ ' \ \ .
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issue for payment of teachers -
1 Prajerand instruction at 7:30 p. m., ;salaries upon receipt of a correct terest and the projecto ',s are confident Avenue D :and I2th street, I MIAMI I FLA.

Itev. Win. E. Stanton,'pastor of t e monthly report, and for freight bills, they'ha\v a'good' ? thing, .222.x t '
Baptist'- church, will preach, in t e between the meetings of the board. > : NOTE. I '
Presbyterian pavilion next Sabba b A new deed for the right-of-way' The foregoing facts are presented for

inorninj? and evening. ;At 8.30 p. i through the school lot at Lemon City what tner are :;worth. > trust they i
there will be held in the place will be t"tlej'w 1 with th same serious- i'
same a to the. F. E.-C. Ry. Co. was presentedfor Walter I Pickford' ( :
r meeting\of the members' of the Bapti t \ and execution. Same being ne sl:.with ivhicli our article l last week

t church in this city. \satisfactory,on motion it was ordered in regard totlie I'errinegrantandl31rt \ ,
I \IKegular services at theTM.; E. churc executed.! .. Howe was Deceived. Byj the way\the\ \. .
next Sunday morning and' ,eteningj. Superintendent| ordered to, call the court did not take Mr. Howe seriously f / Yellow\ e and
\ subject of 'morning discourse:, "How ttention of all'supervisors tt. Section at Orlando\ A*t'.Friday as,will be seen f

Shall know,That Am a Christian? '. 1[.,\(Article I., page 0 of the Rules and by refer 4 to'anotlier',, '!. olumu.E. \ CypresLUMLBER. '.- \ l .
: I" Night services of an evangelistic chart Regulations, that no'one except county \ 4 I '
acter, All(',are cordially invited. superintendent shall make anp purchases L. Brady '& Co. Dissolve. i ; '

--' The District Conference and Ep whatever for account of any Henry: Egger made a trip to Titus- : 0

4 worth League convention !of the :M. E : school or_the board of public instrticnj yule last[Saturday returning on Monday : :
church will be held St. '' ,
t at Augnstimon1 night, it being understood that he

f \, November 15, 1O.and 17. Reducet Warrants for teachers, salaries, were had gon ': rates 'over, the F. E. C. Ry+ /' iS8UOO- bright baby; '.during his absence, however Special sizes sawed to order Also Fruit ,and Vegetable Crates. Let me quote

t Th&.1I E. church has recently purchased For teachers of Schools! No:from 1 to 2-1, f het an$actcdeodsid rable'important prices before you buy. A trial order solicited. '.- .
100 and have exclusive of 11, IS and 32,for lorty'I .
new hymnals now I bush gj\ thorized to .
es are> I /
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dollars each : : .1.1 Sato do "
plenty. of, inging books for all. Principals of schools 3 and 13 at fifty dollars announce that iMr. Egg J r has purchased angSO-tf-If. / COCOANUT GROVE FLA.
'I _. - - each .l..." \ . 1000) the interest of };. L. Brady in ; I ... .J
I : I' the firm o E.;L. Brady& : The ireeChantante.. I $940 011WARBAlIoTS'ISSUED. / GEORGE B. BARKER
and the business\Swill in future be conducted !*
} Tie elegant parlors and Iining room GENERAL I under, the firm name of H. J. '
: 7S4. Anthony Bros.,Incll1 ntals.... 4 00 ; \'
of the Hotel Biscayne wa*; filled witha m W. s. Tanere,FreiBht,etc ", SO Egger & Co. 1'Ie name o the silent Watchmaker \ and JewelersPCSTOFFICE
company last Saturday 7M. If. *W.' B. Drew Co.,Cha.: 6 00 partner has not Oren made public. Mr. ,
fashionable one of the best entertainments 787 Thos. Kane Co., Desks No V18 46. m Egger wil manage' the business him-
in the 788. Walter Kltcliinc Supplies No.7 70 retai ing1 BUILDING, Mum,FLA. ,
ever given city, 759. Cbasefc ,IiMiuan-e 49 no sell, \ Ci\ H. Watson, the efficient I
under the auspices! of the ladies of the 70. AF.QuimbyRocordingDe Harney tlr 3 AO bookkeeper, and the] other employees Repairing promptly and carefully{ attended!to. All work gnaraoteed. '
'Biscayne 'club; The musical programme'which 791. John tli.,outl, Labor No.tS 3 73; 'oft the:: old firm. We (,cannot NovO-tf-hf. A full line ot spectacles and eye glasses; alwaya on band

was given the first part Vi Herrings J.II>lt.-r.Rushing. . .., Repairs, West' 4 25 speak too highly' of the character of)II". ,
of the evening was of a most excellent p0' T.J.weaver,Painting No. is .. .. 13473 Egger as |.to integrity, ent-rgj and ]
: i .character, every participant possessing J. tt ackson, Moinn Desks, No. courteous deineanor; he deserve* and
musical talents< of a high order, and 795.1 J.}lsJL-r v.:Jackson M.and'Td. 17 4 C5 oufafi. will no' doubt' rprtive in future to its, Special to Orange-Growers. .

each ;numbeliciting: rounds of applause Z/T' Merritt.. incidentals: ,. 6 < and an encore from the appreciative 797. M_ salary October ', 4i ec70S patronage which: \the concern has 'always
audi nce.'The piano duet with M:' .firtilter,Supplies' Nos.5, 12, 1- received ,at the ban I la of this .

which th@f't-e'rtainmentwasopt.'nf'd i49. 'Paul 231.JSllllltJIi'Jones, Repair! No.14. 920 2 on community] 'The (same policy which' 'wish to calf you attention to this most complete line of one and two-year-,
'j by Mrs.'J. ,B.. Reilly, and Miss, Katie 800. l1. 8. William JfiTlZ, ? 8 70 the old firm adopted of :gV ud goods old hud on Sour()ran?f'and Hough Lemon stalk In the State,A fine assort-
: McDonald) a choice selection and 801. W.H FI bl'r. 'io. 9 .' _8 10 reasonable pries:t>n>mptitmle'in fill- ment of two- >ar-olel buds (rom\i to stt>eC high H* to lli inches In diameter. .
802. Diroick& llilihousey Repair1 No 1. '14?; Fourteen ,uf.pxperieute has platted me in a position to give perfec.1
rendered in (he usual brilliant style of :803. W.VOM, Drayage No. 11, \ m ing order,I etch, ,,\'H "Hot oiily be pursued satisfaction years in selections\ of Y rMKHl(,f fruits and stalks united to all conditions -'
all the ,instrumental"performances of e'T.N. Cautier.Alterations Mo. 13 :V. si but the in** :,jtlrni l iijpeko create of soil n ml ell matf'. '',SIIt'liLll attention: given to planting and caring'
these talented musicians, 'Mrs. M. A. 807. W. L idmejer,M.and.Pd* ,. .. tilll und mintain' event' \ a highs standard. 'for groves. ,Will accept de'iriit>le position manager of large Interests.
$05..1. Comstock.,.. r " 2 M Letters of Indorsement'from the leading 'in the
.. \ Gardner sang "Love's Request' ," her !dish Gt'oA.. Gale& w.,Supplies No. 6 75MO. : Mr. Egger desires us to thabaythe people belt. Reference by permission-KKEUK.! |:S.3loasEMlamlFla.orange-powers orange
\ splendidvoicpeaptnringthe'audienceby : ; ., ,Oeoi W.Seats No. 12 2 ot. of Miami and jof all
incidentals.,. ,, \
its clearness and 'sweetness. Mr. 811.' Tropical sun, 71> past favors and to assure them that he
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812. Council Miami,Colored School 250 ft>
.Geo. Wallace{sang"Out on Deep," 81$. City Robert Stephens, N&8. . .,. . 1 GO shall endeavor' to (the :utmost to con- O. W. CONNER, .
1; \ and responded to a hearty encore with 81.Ajh>)V.J.Shone, Repairs No.'2., .,., .: _,_ t 85 tinue, to merit! ,th ir patronage.' Mr. '
a rt")IJ Pretty'llrish Maid.H Miss' KittieMcDonald Egger has leased one of the Flagler -
671 34Boardjadjourned.
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\: then", sang !VPansy Blos \ cottages, and his\ {Tamil} wll| arrive Tangerine Nurseries. !uet-e-md MIAMI, FLA.

: soms" and sang it so well thatl\she,was . .. next week to remain }permanently -
I, compelled to respond"with another of \ ,' Miami. We \\wJsh ,the new firm every. -

'. her sweet songs. Mrs Correl delightedthe Remarks: on the Manatee. success and extend to his family t. most A GENERALSTOCK .
\ guest with that splendid ballad, hearty welcome. '
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hree four when the
"Come back t4 Erin," her sweet voice years ago E. L. Brady, the head of the old firm, tF : : ,
Han. F. $. Morse was'representing the'
'with' bush ,,.
( falling on the: ear entrancingeffect has not retired frum altogether
and' a 'bearty encore was the county in the Legislature he introduced but in future will t "Ht his '
bill for the of the
result. The next; number was";"ester- a protection attention exolusively to the Mti-nsive

1 'day," bye Irs., J. B. Reilly'and was the manatee! or sea cow, or as' somecall, it, business of E. L.; Brady it Iruy at ] FURNITURE [
Florida This
beautifully rendered' her well trained hippotamus. tneasur Titusville, of firm he i- the'senior -
and decidedlyfine', voice, filling the;air I } was laughed but it'bad at at (
with sweetnesst Mrs. Reilly was compelled pa an excellent effects \
i for this afaimal,which was fast! becom- \
to theaudience
anothertreat
give Si \Acre Lot'
In'response applause} which it seemed ingyxtinct in the; waters, has become of the quite East numerous Coast.- Fronting Nice cpunt x rroad and running at pricesto suit the times. Mattings, Window Shades,

would neverd'ieout.; -The featnre,of the east toward the i Only ham ,mile *,
hay a
No !comes the Governor of Florida \ Coffins and Caskets in Mock, Embalming .
evening was'the chorus; "Sound the whom it seems looks upon cur veteranreal north oft, he city. 'J plenrtid for la poul- _;

Loud 'iimbrel'Yvhichiwas: rendered by estate) dealeras, the especial protector try or vegetable farkil. You can makea attended to. 'Call l or write.
: Mrs. Reilly Miss McDonald;Mrs. Cored of the manatee, and has asked living on thi} lot: \Trice onljy $700 f 1 I "
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Father Fontain?Mt' sr8. Fred Rut- him '' [ each, ; but half icash will be at 'epted
fio prepare a paper for the coming
ter, Geo. W.allacf'and Charlie Muller. from party who \ ill impro'4., Notrouble' -EDWIN NELSONrMiami.CORELUS '"
fishery: congress, describing \tone manatee -
,' Jt was_an excellent selectionand
sung to show, it.Rnant.
its | i: -
arid babita
treating of The '
etc. -blt"m'
\ with perfect time, harmony: and(,with 1 'I \ 'M & GRAUA ,
Governor'srequest 4 has caused ..Morse'sblue I' -, -.-- .
fine effect.l After the concertthe'guests I .
) I I \ Miami, |FIa.
to -.tf
on an ctra twinkle. I
eyes put e
l ? dispersed}o i indulge the,merry 1 . I \ '
Red l ims has followed
', dance pr repaired to|"(he supper jhe never, the Dissolution Notice. --1.
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around in its
mans ee wanderings and
l' room, the spacious, parlors or' they\ cool does not- know Whether' it ''prefers a Notice H hereby'jn Vs!gin/to 'w libra it
balcony adjoining the hotel and overlooking , may that thj firm of &
diet-of! bananas or kickingpSranninies, concern ; Loyett '
I the handeomeawn' "and cocoa- or wh therjlts breath resembles new Laws has been' t bY mutual con- '
'I' nut grove. Refreshments 'were: dispensed 'gent.' John P.diasvol: d the
.: mown hay oran old mackerel barrel 1asacquir and Sa1eStab1e
during tb evening and consisted "Livery

of delicious It is fiiid that a Mr. F.,one of Moire's interest of E. J. Law in said fir .and
and ,coffee lemonade
oysters ,
i friend; asked him the other day/what will settle all accou cis due sai firm .
icecream Bake etc.' The
,cupar.d kind 01 bait he ''should nse to catch and will collect ill a c unts owi g to , <
i\ saucer raffled by little Esther Dewey ; said firm'. I \
: \ manat; and our exrepresentativetold 11th street near Aye.nue'D Miami:
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waswoq by Mrs. .John Sewell; the : ; ,
: him Dated at :! Fk r da. this Is day ,
bale of
a hay; would not be /
netted of !
cup theneat sum 1.40. Mrs '
i, J. B. R illy bad charge of the"guess amiss. I More also reports that a new of November,JS9 t. t Horses and Mules to-Jet and for sale. l
Jo P. Lova5nov2Lh.ss .
has
settler bought: a ten-acre 'tract of
cake and disposed1 18'"syeci *
of its .
guesses as to E. .'I.Awl' Fine Bred',I1 y ,
overflowed I "
"weight at loc. each. The.cake, was t land on the edge of the

,found to weigh ) .Ib*. This' number Everglades) about! four miles west ,ofMiamiitthiehead at '
Bay Fronts Cae anut Grove Teams 'Te TeamsFruit
Carriage Buggy )nsfork
'
; was guessed by John SeWf'lI and Lenora of the,.:river, and .
Will be'll | We have
lose with noon gone a
Gonzalez, so the cake divided be will en it \\a stone' wall and .
,was. tract of 21 Hice Or .
stock $4,500. I
manatee and In acres'lt'lft. so..pr97.lv.11I'I
itlwithjl\{
engage
-,.: tween them) the 1 I cake 'brought ,4.30JJ&Iiss ,
& Kittie' McDonald 'presided the b ing'Of' sea cows. Adam Corell we will cut'it in'hgifs,, us to )akYO'I --r---=----r - --r- '
I, overthe has beerf'consulted'and believes that if lots of ten and one-half) acres eachjand .
lemonade wellland PersianandTrees
1 Mrs; Dewey,at the Flo da hippotamus is crossed with will sell either lot for1 $2Jj()(). Gash .Grape; Fruit ,
\ the Pie of little
Jack Homer, in whicbany j :
J: one could "putj in his thumb and j I a, heavy stallion that, something: between preferred, but if,desired,!\half cash cent kud 'Tahiti Limes, Genoa and
'. .' pull out a plum!at lOr-.pull.,The i a! bull l and an elephant would remainder in one year at8| per to ,
I room and refreshment sup result, hiCh]on account of' its\ability' right party. This property is. Say ATYour "Lsbon'! Lemons, Dancy,
r per parlor was in,; ,
to travel with;'equal facility;on land or"in Front, and lies between] the places) of
t charge of MrsjRutter, Mrs.Corell Mrs. ,
,
,
A. K. Simmons and A. A\\ Better Tangerine Hartfs Tardiff
the water most valuable i Boggs.
::Muller, Mrs.Mann Mrs., V sterberJer; burn ,a ; ,
I i-Miss: Keboe., Mrs. Bruo'and ,Mrs. beast ,'it particularly secure bay front-while you- can.TheywiU Own Navel Jaffa
Washington!
all be a vear hence. ,
: [Burkhardt. ,Mrs.Joseph A.McDonald, adapted South Florida during the gone ,
[was. general' manaJer'and Treasurer wet season. the project appears to be 12novtf liOBBixs & GRAHAM\ ' :Jaffa ,Blood, Ruby Blood,
perfectlyjfeasable and the Florida Citi-
.. (manner and deservescredit'forthe: in<.whit-h everything'excellent was'ar- zen and Timed, Union correspondent{ is Launch for \Sale' \gheap.The D oor 11d 'j. J and. Parson, Brown Oran-

ranged; ,We understand that the ladies preparinjLan xbaustivejirticle-'oii:' the launch Edith'\ now in chargeof ,
netted about C7.00, from the entertain- subject,fdr the next issue of the, Home- S. II. Richmond,at C ter. In go6d \ and:

'10,. ; ent. May ,we have jnany more of seeker Ve understand that a1\ stock condition very light draught, largecarrying.capacity Persimmons Jrapes( Texas L. mbrelIaAustralian Silk! \
; 'just; such royally.social times.t .' company Is being formed and advise ,, good sea boat, ea 1 1.i 1-- .
,' |;hose wbd have faith in the enterprise i boat mode), built toorder1of, best mat Oak and a quantity of ornamental flowers and shrubs; '
.; : to make application:for a. few shares : rial. Will sell very\i cheapi t t Apply, 0I ; ,: ,
"t Advertise 'in':the MEIEOWJUS. .wifean without d lay.j''I'. The proposed experiments ROBBINS & GRAHAM, M ami, Florid 5 suit this climate' and soil.I\ I JSHN ELLIS AGENT! ,

: bring you,trade., Our friends.read. will be,watched with :great ,inV I or S. 11..RICHMOND J putt:loct-tf | .. , *.' A"T_A .,,. I" FLA: .
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