Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: November 19, 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: VID00584
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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l In --a--.r-I! i grocer selling you Santa Claus: will" ..ke his J1t.. d'luar":==", Do not send away for Christmas I Toys Wood rims put fnrframes'lesetbest *

llAri'INiJF I E IIAT only Fancy 'Crown erthis jear at 'Juwnley Brd*., lie and holiday pre ents untrl, you' have of, work dune at The Miami Cycle Co.
"reataery \Buttt r.It,\ is the BEST. willhtw Tojs and presents 'seen' the fine line that ,will be dis-
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i ,. ..1.-.1.J. t of J 12iiAv-2t jlajed by Townl Bros. 12nov-2t : .
.. \ '. Captain tepheri\! Bravo has departed every description' [ I. \{ .Knights of Pythias Y

limy Minor' 1Gstc11aueoas Miami Matters fork|illning-ion\ Del. for,the purpose X. Gib&ohof i lfef)ria, 111., is expected John B. Reilly, gent of the Ft. Dal- Xoiic&is hereby given'that Bay Biscayne -,
or brillginglUhe! Sl-eamer City of hey in then lty tn night accoinpani-it las Land Compa,sold this week' to lodge Xo.31,Knights of Pythras, t
Modestly Meutionei } West 0 thisrport.'It' :. 'I is expected) that >d by his MIII.' [\Mr. Gibson pill remain Chas. R. Campbell lots 6 and 7 of block will hold a meeting tonight at 7.3U

-+---_ she'Y ,II arrive here about December 1. in the'vieinitylfor\ St me time anil will .U, and to, Oscar:: B. Parker lots 5 and o'clock in the hail. It is requestedthat

We are always ,glad' to receive reports Thel dray \ team belonging to Mr. make improfluents on' his property 6 of block 61. Mr Parker's lots are de- every member be present as busi-
9 of any society event, church or lodge Granger ran away yesterdays: morningon at Cocoanut ( rQ\'t He is also the sirably' located on 6th street, oppositethe ness of importance will'be brought box
meetings, anniversaries' celebrations, Avenue ;1>", but was stopped without owner of the 'XJ of Block; -20, 1(1( the new depot par :. He has ,just fin- the attention. of the lodge. 'j
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,banquets; etc., ,Such events are/,frequently doing any further' damage than sn ash- city, of Miami I )shed clearing theruup;and the River- I ,
of a private nature and the attendance lug the I awiifflg-post in front of the Get an experienced man to set i jour view Hotel; on a lot belonging ,Bestrline,' of bicycle sundries in the, '

is 'hmitfd members only or' posto ceo, ;: ': t i g-ruveo-try: Jack 1 ,ardee, Cocoatiut<< to Qr.-W. S. Grahamnearthe; city,at)The Miami C'cl, Co..... : ..
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city council roomswill( be removed to
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invited Hence the
guests. : Grove., 5nov..Jt*
Have representative is not always able to report : \ j The, City Council -
such occurrence. If the secretaryof I Samuel Filerland son, Samuel J., as! soon as some alterations are made. .
such meetings or any' other person A letter ha! 'beenl' received: from J. came down,from Doer' aj Vista' lastlSaturday. Wilt Saunders W st Palm Beach has Held Its regular meeting test night '',

will furnish us with a report it will be Austin! Hall!! of. Philadelphia, who Mr. Filer .has 1 ; been ha lng the contract-for m ving the, buildingand and instructed the mayor and clerk to -
appreciated not only' by tujbut will be states t uathwill: ' be in Miami. dqringthe some work don on ;bin lovely place oq \expects to commence operations execute a promissory note for the sum ;
the bay, setting'' out ruit trees and next Tuesday of,$3,000, in favor of Henry M. Flagler
read with interest by our local ub- coming \Iwinter; \\Jth hls|wife, to \ \ ,
( for loan of that sum as authorized at
a 'r
plants and beau ryilf'things\
scribers. cottage on 11th street geper-
occupy jhis near
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Avenue \; : : ally. He expecib to Wturn to Key At Cohen's next Monday, Tuesday the election held on October 25; said
G. ,G. Strbhm..' merchant of West; West the first part of f )December. and'Wednesday, lad es' and children's loan to be procured for three years.'
Palm Beachwas jn the city on Wednesday A. EJ Kiilg+ley has', sold, for '\\ ill \ shoes, at cost. I Xovl91t The mayor and City Councilorgauize&\ A'tt

: f' 'Hardee f Cocoanut Grove.80 cr'of Jack, Hardee, CocpanUt. Grove, Will i 1 (' themselves as members of..A committee ;
\ r rt and to' RM.1'|' Keys 'ocl' Wewahitchka, bet out your orange groves and itright. Major J. P. Love I. returned home 'to accord a fitting reception to the Q
1 t J.,D. Cheshire of \\Atlanta.Ga.\ is .in Calhou coUnt)'. This land)I is the I I i v-.t g last Tuesday night Jacksonville; ; steamship Miami, and to do every thing
the city, waiting, for, the boat for Key balance bf MrM 'I Hardee's homestead atCocoanuxGrov \r where he has been busy d-uriug'gaJa: possible' make the amount realized
West. 1 : tH. i UnionThanksgJviiigkervices' beheld week welcoming his friends from allover for a hospital fund as large as possible. r.
in the schoolhou-e; on Thanks the State. The Major is president The committee is to consist of .fifteen
.,W. Rose of Jacksonville* a popular Block': fancy chocolate cream candies fug day, Thursday, Xo\einber| 25, a IV11 or Post A, !in Jacksonvilleof the,Trav- members the and members of t
grocery drummer,"was ,in the city are the \best:; For sale at Bel- o'clock a., m. The' 't-erinon will be eJi'ere1 lers'';Protective Ass 'iation,and this council ; mayor and will )
making eight they
this week, \ fi ,cber's.retrrda. : l2riovtfH.J. by RtV.. IVl '{'aris, D. ).; organization kept "'opeu, house during select seven other ,members from

Have your bicycles" repaired by' The! Kggerl\ wenf.. ; up to \\'fi(i i'ille, of the l'il'sbyt..riak. dIU eh. Memb ra. the festivities,, which involved some among the. business and professional
i
Methodist\ '
!' Mtotmi Cycle Co,,. ..V4*" - '!jo' \ 1W. .' ) t'.morning. returninj Ht.. of the and I'resbjteri n.; hard \work on Major! 'Lovett. Theygave men of Miami. The mayor, who will 'Y

'. "E. McGill aJd 'J W. Hull of light wi i h Mrs. Egger and, the baby the BaplSat pavilion vho4rH on kfe Muntlay-eveningat Wffnelted) to lIJl't't1at! a banquet to 2lT 0>friends at:the be chairman of the committee, will' calla
They ( in the Flagier Windsor Hotel during the week and early next week, when subcommittees -
are keeping house meeting
;Jacksonville are registered at the Hotel ".#) o'clock, for rehearsal ,bf music for this event wad made the occasion of'a ,
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; cottage, on Hthstreet; formerly occupied will be organized and begin -" ;
.Miami. '
i \ that occasion. j : to the President '
happy surprise who
,by Mr..Caruthers.John ,? active,work on this most important -
.- Hon. James !W. Alexander: of De hardware Big inducements offered to buyers .was presented with' ai\ handsome gold und meritorious matter. =.
Land was in the city this week en routeto Wongsong, a merchant of ladies' and children's hOes. I j badge. bearing the/insignia of the,& *<>- ,
Key :West., ,' of Key West,$toP It'd over,iii the NoIDIt! ,1 bl pa COUE .\ elationl. The medal \vn+ presented to Decorated dinner sets at N'elson'sFurnitiir
r city one [day ,this week while waiting Major 'Lovett"ith fun nl' very complimentary .
Xovl9-2t
Store. ;
:wT.-Parsons! of Deland, was-in the for the buat. ;/lie has just returned Mrs. Annie J. F., Stewart has purchased remarks in behalf of 'Post :t, ,

city this, weeks) interviewing our,hardware from' Xew York II where he had been from L. R. Decker j lots 19/and the donors, and was r eivl"l.with a Davis in the City:

merchants. u making his :purchases for the winter 20 of block 22 in thi4, city. : Mrs. Stevh- few wl'tJ-chuseu'and appreciative senences Congressman ,
J. L. Halland and J. A.. ':Xorberg of trade. I ': j art is also the owner of the;two Iocs tfy' the recipient J Major Lovett ;'Col. R, W. Davis made a tour about n

Halland were in, the city on Wedues- Have'your bicycle! cleaned and put in adjoining and will [erect] one or two eels veryproud'of the gift. the city :this morning! Parrott in company J. A. ,
'[ day, guests of Hotel Couolly. grder'by The }('amiCycle i Co., 1 cottages thereon. Mr. Dicker who is Grovetosetj9urorange with Vice-president ,
a contractor of:TitUsvillel ''\'came down, ; of Cocoanut McDonald and other citizens and was TF
Have your wood rims revarnished" by' .:"S. H. Robinson Of Atlanta. Oa. on Tuesday ,night for thtj purpose o| grov'es. 5nov-8t*, astounded and delighted at the developments *
: The Miami Cycle.Cd. 'I eral agent for the Equitable 'Loan and erecting the l houses'for Mrs. :Stewart which have taken place a '-
: ;J. B. Morello of 'the Standard 1 mpiny, is in Miami and U'his property is liorth of th* WV learn 'that the "eary Willies" since his last visit to this city, in August *sl
Oil Company auditor,was registered at the, stopping\i the ,hotel Conolly.I\ Mr. new terminal. noJrar ire/,making their: way own the east of last year. : OUT "Bob,." as he is " t 'Hotel Miami this week.. Robinson I attempting the organization Old' I i' 1]i coast by i the'dozen, and w*' may ;ex- familiarly called, is fully alive to the ,
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wheels made pect to hear the familiarcry
oC'a ranch f lof his company inSecurity | .over, befpre long importance improving the entranceto
'C.T..Rverettl'o.Evams' \rifle, Indiana, Miami ;I ,' at The Maimr Cycle Co.| \ \ of "Hark, hark, the dog do bark," oUr, harbor:,and can be relied upon, y

las bought '68-100, acres of land ,at chocolate The County Comni ssiOl|ers of-Daile etc., and soon thereafter to realize to do all in'This power to secure liberal i' t
from Jjr. Julia D. Tuttle. The best fancV cream candies their amongst us. We the
iiscayne; \ County met at Juno on xbe second presence suggest aid from the government 'at nextsession .,
be procured at Belcher's.12novtf.
can
\ to the city conncil that
:. -,B. Bleasel and, fa. R. Pitzer oflicksonville Monday 'of this month, with a' full | ample of Congress,which convenes on' !
\ reparation should be made for their ,.
.I' I the 6th of next month. ,
at thelotei I board in attendance. The,|Usual routine
were registered
Joseph A. 1IcDorlald has put'a splen / reception There areprobably1some Col..,Davit spoke in very complimentary v
,Conolly' the;first of the week. of business was attended to, and, "ordinance .
; did concrete! sidewalk along the whole in addition to this, it passed a !olu- under which terms of.his visit to Miami during .
Wm. },i., Bro\\'n, president -of the front and of the t Hot el Biscay. don rt'f'IU stin::the justices of the je peace they, cats be "treated" properly.. We the last campaign, saying that be ,
afkdi Bay Biscayne, armed in,the This is no i.de finest,sidewalk i in the of the count to sentence a I l'; riminal I rewlize that it will be impossible to get, always remembered 'the courtesies he i.' {

iityffomTltusville last,Tuesday nights city and Mu D uald's, t'xalf'ples offenders, to}work on the highways/ in them under ,Section 5 of Articlexvir received at the hands of our generous 'I A
ould be followed other ;which declares that '"Wh soever shall people at time, with genuine, ';
instead
el I Have your bicycex| overhauled byThe by property the chain 'gang, ,of| confining that
I ,bathe, etc., but perhaps under Section of his trip Cocoanut Grove
Miami Cycle Co.' owners. II them in, the County Jail aVo alno. pleasure; ,
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I : 1 oT the\ same article they could be and Cape Florida, and of the, large'y
I The brick walls of the, new postofflce ,Have jouribicjcjlelires'celnentedon, Bicycle: forks straightened for, 50c 8pprehe.nded.lt; : any,.r te, for the crowd which1 attended the meeting at '

'are\ going. up and''the, building will properly, by rThe Miami Cycle Co.t .l upwards by, The Miami,'.Cyclfe Co.The. .j welfare' of the .community, some'proj Miami, which he said was one of the

Booli be ready for the finishing toucheso t D. C. Acosta: and ''wife'wfll'\ leav on Miami Cornet Band i s: arra.lg- vision should be made \for 'placing best audiences which be had the honor -I

the inside.uv 1 the boat tomorrow* for Key.West on an ing to an entertairunen tin about ::hem'at work upon the streets of the to address give ;ity, and this'means,will bd effectual ink t '
extended vis t ,business and, .
: :> K. McGill 6f Jacksonville, route oft j pt as- two weeks.It\ wilt consis of an ice ,
teeping them from Miami in
the
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Sou ore. Mr Ac sta is a special agent! of festival and concert] followed away
ag ernt, of the them;,Express Com- cream t' a
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the Equitable Life! Insurance of New 'uture. I\ Full line of sundries, The Miami
,Pf nl, arrived last night and registered by .a dance. The boys are, racticing "
'. atj e'lnCtellliar.i, .: t Yorkand has been' \,in'', Miami, ,for'several twice a week and will ho 'dimbt give\ \1 rOR gALE-A Lighter,in' good condition ' Cycle Co. | '

' weeks pa t. \; some delightful music ''on, t lat rslon. size 11x30-feet. Enquire, at this *
t'fee cream at BelcIier's'Saturday' : event i Townley Bros, have Ordered 'a large The proceeds will be applied to office. ]\Xovl9-tf. Nice Six Acre LotFronting

: ig and night., 12novtf assortment 01 ,Toys 'for the holidays the,fund for purchasing\ uniforms for From ail) |he largestfish 1 on county road and runningeast
\ appearances
,* )S-J'Y., Wilson oi De Land was' regis and will open xhem\\ up ;'about, December the memb rJ. The date lor thd entertainment shipping business for many\ ] toward the bay. Only half a'mile'north
} toted at the' Hotel'Miami on Wednes- 1st. \I I : \ 12nov-2t 'wfjl be- decided,at, t ieir'nextmeeting : Will be done at this point this season years of the city. Splendid fora pool-
day. He "oh his 4 I : ' l i tb or vegetable farm. You can makea
was way to Cutler "I 1 J \
There:
I no less than'four
B. McLendnn ; of wiU'lb@ large
,resident
w jfere-- bits a bomestead. a Key Jiving/ on this lot. Price only $700 ;
.. Puncture mende l for 25c while fish houses here in time.'
West and''former editor: of the Herald you a'very Short cash but half cash will be accepted t
G. Magi nl -who Is. connected' of that city, vis Its! Miami this week waiat'The,Miami Cjcl- 'Co ". A| large ampqnt of 'ce has been ordered from;, party who will improve. No,
al :wi i the land obVe-at Gainesville,'was II en. route for he Island pity. Dir. I So Cf. Littlefield of Brunswick, Ga., four packing and in'-a, few day the fol: trouble to show it. ,

rSn the city this week on business con- McLendon an :hected with:some bon homestead'claims.! I visit J:' in, Georgia for,recuperative ' operations : Bloxam & Lewis Xovl2-tf Miami ,''. '
: \ ,, through her agent A.E.| Kipgsley, i ''pf, Punt Gorda,E. V. JMcIlyaine > ,, ; F.la. ;
laveyou\ ,wheel put in order; by purpo eSt ; ', i I I about fifteen acres of land oh''Little Tamp, John Savarres "'" '
I Tampa .*nd
-t"1'h ; Miami 1 1 CycleCov \j. r 'Buy' your-bic ale' {tires 11at\\.rbe Miami River, near'the head of the bar.. '' Mr F.B.\ .Everett of ,West Palm,Beaeh, and t.Tir terns at;jnner The Miami tubes,Cycle cement8 Co., oilslan

dgar.tep4egetriiveli'ng' auditor of Cycle,Co." : !!\ \ 'I' ._ ,/; Kingsley has also sold.this week M aml. -Mr',, Everett;has been' in th<' 'j
in ,bloc 22'this
i; the F. E.:C. By was, iegistered'at ,the Judge P. 11:'' Vhitf' '";of Qjuincy, father, for city Mrs, to* Tuttle F. W.; Cbapmaui'of lot 5 JLintonMr. retail business here for sometime,:on Bay Fronts:at :Cocoanut Grove

H6tel I Conolly the first of the week; returning 'of.County CO issurlerr) L. Whit, Chapman) has brought his''\ house Avenue. D,'above 11th street, but has) whl;soon', be, all' ,:gone., We have &.-1 .

ty St. Augustine on (TueSaaymgr'ning.J arrived ,in the'c ty last{T ('sdaynighf"H with him, conveying/ ''tin the. now now put up' a nice fish house and wharfat tracfof,21 acre'tleft. Price | ,500'Or I ,
has secured i large\number of', Ta- lighters the foot of Avenue" D, wish' Mr. T. .we will I cut it in half so as to make two
regulation by through '
IL'Lowe bit lime and K ng orange trees,and is tbecanals and stile the bay. J. ones in barge lie a fleet oft' lots of ten and one-half acres each and '",
W. :.the-city aqd family tbls ,Wtek bf KejAVcstwere'in on their setting out a 5- cre grove',oh'his-beau' .down six\ boats, now at Key Lar ol"lce. has will sell either) lot', for $200.; Cash

way)home from/thes.Xorthr,| While tiful, place! at Arch Creek.; !1 The thief wliw stole themoney\( and twice been sent week down for will preferred but {'desired,'half cash andremainder
a they bring'ln'theirloadsof
waiting.for the lx '- watch from L- H. Greet, the| pho- in ode year at 8 per cent to-" ",
>at they i were domi- ,TownleyBras will(+ have the largest Spanish' Mackerel and Pompano -
is
This proPerty', Bay
..ciled the Hotel'Miami. and finest stock )f, thi tographer lasts wel'k'was, caPt red at right'party.:
at holiday
I goods
the wherethe will be
to city repacked '
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} 'Front and lies between the of ,
New : ) last Sunday by places
Smyrna JamesKnapp
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s that has been ? !
ever ;the '
_ year; on and rail all
Rev.E.-V.'Blackman.went ijp'to St.lAugHStiue'on east coast., the marshal of than p1a He shipped by to, parts of be" \\A-1 K. Simmons and A. A. Boggs.' Bet' F
The ewiihIeauitatilegift Will Clark coo try. The other j parties wm'lOOn ter bay front while 'can.
Monday oruio 'fGAt- I proved to be ; ,) a olored secure a you
for ver1body. 12nov2tU ..
.. ;: : known hav their fleets on the fishing1 groundsand will alj be a hence. '
teed the ;Annjual State CooventiOn of man, familiarly among the negroes hey gone year
t t ,the pworth ,League bf 'Florida.,' He is' expect that the steamship)!' here 'as.!tD mmy." The|watch the' shipments\of,;fish from this "' 12novtf ROBBING! : GRAHAM.,

returned Wednesday er l"g.j' ,Miami will leave Philadelphia on January was found on his person, but only $2 por will commence'1in'earDest' !" andonajrery
;
I i :0'Neilwhoacmployed 7,or 8. ,She inaystop\, atJackson-, in mon y. : He 'tvvas placed Ip the jcala' large. scale.. ,, -, [ ; :] Oar oreman, D. Y.King;:is a pro- r
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t M.. on the ,yule for a day or"It wo and willprobablyarrive'at l boose with thin, intention of holding( ,T. N. Gautier, Hf J. Eggeil 4fs.'Co.t gressive; up-t-date printer, and his ;;
Bred ,f; went;.Xip to\Pilatka lastWeekDrought''his Miami!:,between January 1-2 him until he \could be brought to and U. E., Lummii3Seell'-ASKELL'S assistant re good workmen. Send
f. sandd family to;MiuJMOTi'day. and'115., Her first' sailing for Nassau Miami but in an unguarded m ment Fan y'Crown Creamery Butters-Be' :1 ypurorders the METROPOLIS ofBee
i; 'Situ .!'; H' has \TeutedJ.a"c8mgeley will oqcurTery: n after the last datementioned he broke jail and fled.' At last report particular to get'this brand..:,l t lithe, abd you Rill well pleased with the' t
+,: ndt. "trill reside.here pennauently. ,. ., t I 'I-\: he bad not been'recaptured.i BEST U '
t. .t.;:.. ,, '" .".". ,-" ,'' ..., i '".r' \' t.-to. : that comes ,to,this market, ltJ :w.rk we give.yo'iA .
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I 2 ij\ THE MIAMI. MET dPOIJIS, NOV; W}, 1897.I I '



I:: hot nigh is almost unknown. Night i

A SA PERMANENT Pl CE' | : FC .PRR -
the
flj and day c >ol bracing preezes come :1 LATE NEW THINGS.

.', \: .floating off the\ broad Atlantic, bring-

if jproeions1 / I. ing vigor, health and comfort. Mala- A recently designed '''shirt has the hottest .Line- *
Betieen-Florida
sections section andall
bosom in be-
\ / ria in any fbrnj is a stranger to this two one '

Of Residence, ., Miami.Excels/ All Other section. Fevers of any I descriptionare ing ,buttoned, on the front of the shirt northern Points.
to make it easily' removable.For .
Sections. unknown Lung diseases, throat use Everett, Savannah.. August, Gft....Colombia -
|4n tuning guitars a rubber,
Washington Baltimore
troubles and '. rheumatism soon suc- *
l roller Is 'clamped on to the neck of the'i Philadelphia New York

GRAHAM A DXUQHTTOX/CUMATK IN .;"'IOB. cumb to the climatic\ influence of this i instrument |on the fourth and fifth frets Boston and"the.
OKO. 11. ROBBINS.. WALTEB S. !
most delightful'section. I would emphasize and can also, be placed on the twelfth East

/ \ the fact that from actual experience fret to raise the instrument to a higher Everett, "Micon'' Atlanta Chattaaoon. .
ROBBINS & GRAHAM'CO. Nashville LoulavilleClnelonatl and : "iItverett
:
., Cool, Bracing Breexea,a Mild Equable Climate: I have never found place so octave. Birmingham. Holly Springs Chicago.; Memphis -

1 '' and No Ma'-aria-t-Lnn and Throat well adapted tan, all-the year-round Self-reefing' : sails are a novelty recently ,Little Hock, Kansaa City,8t Louis, Cnlca ,
t Attorneys-at-Later.; : : in4\ I patented the lower boom on the go; River, Sioux City. ,Pensacota, Mobile Of-. '
Difficulties Soon Relief. home. : Truly yours, I I Junction New
i FLORID,.. \ /v \ mast being :hung so as to .revolve' and leans Texas, Mexico, California and toe Pact
.MIAMI, DADE. COUNTY,. ", \ J.S.j\WARMER wind up the sail by the weight of the' Be Coart.. __ __./. _ _ _
\ EFFECTIVE MAY 10, 1897.
Will practice In all State and Federal
courts.
Spei cal racillties for examining: and perfectingLaud 1By KeV. E. V. Blackman In,the Homcweker.jARGE I Ml AM 4.;FLA., Sept? It, 1891. spit and sail in descending. New YORK EXPRESS No.38, Leave Jacksonville -
Titles. We bare the cnly complete dumber Rev. K.,r. BUtitniak; Miami,Fla\ In a recently patented horse-detacher, 11:11.: m., with Through'Pnllman Sleep-.
aba*ract books cohering South Dade county, l era for Kavanniin Columbia, Washington Biliinorev -
and receive daily reports from the Clerk of of in the bEAU Sir.-Your note requesting me to be 'used In case of runaways, the Philadelphia, New York and ail Eastern -
= the CircultTonrt at Juno showing all land people to give you a hiitory of the sickness of shafts are attached to the wagon by oinu. Connect lot Fernandlna. Return
Title and W st Train No.87 reaches JacktonTllle 530
? transfer All.the-,ccrtllicd Abstracts: North p. m.
for South Dade county are made scour Miami Miami to hand,\\\3---d'lin reply would sayI two pins 'which are drawn by a foot NEW YORK FAIT' MAIL No. 36, Leave'JarkBOUTiUe -
w oflUe. tf-hf.. 'have an idea that make lever in 'the bottom of the wagon-box. 7 aw+M., dally for name points nono.
/ know\t\ hat answer to .
hardly
Miami and all the Carries Through Sleepers JackonTllle>> to New
A combined potato planter and dIg- York. Return No. :3i arirea Jacksonville 9:10a.
/ '
f will I will give
| you paruon me you
'
Biscayne i Baycountry recently patented, has a metal m. s.CIxl7N'9ATf.
GEO. A. WORLEY, a- history as briefly as 1 can.\| located di ger AND JACUONVILU jfo. 38, Leave -
is! u n fi t tube to {run under the surface of the Jacksonville 7tw p. m_ via Everett, Macon,
3 ..A.ttorsiey-at-Saw: : i ins\,1liami Apri \jlOtl 1890,' and have '
for human, habitation ground for planting and steel 'scoops AtlantaChauanooga. Connect for Louisville
Gt'nerall1ractl e Instate and Federal Courts. since.that time / the State Njnhvllle,81.Louis. Chicago and alt Northernand
All business entrusted will recelve.prompt at- during the en.aJento with wire' netting at the back for use in western point' Returning train arrives \
pnllon. A l"nt'for Board of Jtt.'althnd\ in such capacity digging the potatoes. Jacksonville 8:10 a.m.
summer months. Asa BYILLS.ROCTE,TbrouKhhUm.n'Slee
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CcOERWUALIFE 'JNSUKANCE COMPANY' also believe would naturally] |see a great 'de-air if A new roller skate has ,two large Ing Car service for Cincinnati via Savannan.'olnmbla. .

S of New York. They there wa Anything 'to see, i in additionto \\heels extending up on each side of the Asbevllle; Hot Springs.. Knoxville
All kin"s of life policies written.lOalce( over that i it,is a country where malaria and \ through the celebrated Mountain Country of !;
postofuce. . 15od.U3.-yr my prime practice; Ail first, the foot and brought,near together;:, at the North Carolina Leaves Jacksonville 7:00 p.m.
chills and fever,abound. It seems to bottom, the wheels having pneumatictires Arrives Cincinnati 7'40 a.m.: Returning arrives
: town being \young, and ninety-nine Jacksonville v:llta.m. __
'WLLIAX SCOTT GOBDON K. BROOKE i4 a difficult l matter ,to ,make people hundredths the living in and a pneumatic brake operatedby Only line through the beautiful hill'country

0. SCOTT & BROOME"AottO'n understand that this far off Southern ,ofj people a bulb carried In the pocket. of Middle Florida, Peimaeola. and Escamtna \
R. tents and"shacki,1' the sanitary condi I Bay leave Jacksonville: a.m.by No. 2daly
= t Law section, has the most equable climate in The latest band-cutter for thrashing I for)Take City Live Oak Madison. Monticello.
l. a I which
tHe, ,tion,surroundinof asnaturally' shaft Tallanaiaee, River Junction Pensacoiai Mobile
machines has
world' for a year-round home. Those, a extending,across
NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE New Orleans and the southwest..Mexico .
In all State and Federal Courts. wiio have never lived here'are loath to very poor\ Such cjunditfons the mouth 'of the; thrasher, with a saw California and the Pacific Coast. Carries sleep- ,
Collections promptly attended to. were annoying, aril Were a cause to me in the center, and spiral flanges! projecting en. Return.No. arrive, at Jacksonville 7.53 .
believe i that it is really the El Doradoof a. m :, -
'
OrriCK:' OVKK BANK OF BAt" .BtsCAYNE. , in of great solicitation ; but with. all this, from it to spread the straw out Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a. m. for Starke
June-97-tt 1 the world. The average person there has never Jeenan epidemic of before it runs 'into the machine. Hawthorne Silver Spring, Ocala Gainesville :. ?
Cedar Key. Wild wood, ......
.
the North and West who: is seriously \ Leesburg.
any nature in the'place.;' might say Combination, canes and torches jus Apopka,Orlando, Lacooehce.Dade City,Plan 'I : .
J ts- T. 8ANDKP9 H. F. ATKINSON contemplating removing from his present just here that th l sanitary Condition out have an oil reservoir inside the cane. City,Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. m.

location to a warmer and more desirable the upper end of which has ',a wick Nashville .Route-Throng Pullman Sleepers -
SANDERS & ATKINSON has been improved even faster than
climate cannot understand how tube the handle of the 'cane' king Via Everett, Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga.

Attorneys and (Counselors) at law it is,possible for this section to be a deal the will growth of the, o\Vni with until now we formed either of a sliding cap'''or two I Leave 7:00 Jacksonville next p: m. -7:00 p. m. arrive Nashville -

;ble place to live. compare favorably' any own. hinged members to close the. burner up Leave Naubvllle 8:00 a.m.; arrive Jacksonville -*,,
We have about two and half[miles of 8:10 next a. m. V
Office in Rooms 1 and 2,' a tightly when not In use.
i Brown's Building 1 e examines the amL there, seesa 8:15 a. m. Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick -
lfrlck map sewerage, as good land uptodatesany ; Coal dust Is the fuel used in a recent- by the Cumberland Route Steamer and .
U-tf-bs MIAMI, FLA. n rrowdland line stretching far away town in the and which H the dust being'Iaeed Cumberland Sound. :
ihward country, ly patented furnace, *:00 p. -Local for Everett. Close connec
sou from the southern extreme beingextended as the demands require. in a reservoir overhead or fed by; teor.: Brunswick,' Shortest and quickest

Robert. R% Taylor. ity of the southeast portion of the We have a system of waterworks am- an.endless chain into a discharge tube, 6:00p. m-Local for Tallahassee end intermediate "

5 Attomoy t'W'. Un ted l States. From its geographical 1 ple for a city often* ;thousand or more,, with flat mouth to spread the fuel out points. Arrive Jacksonville p. m.
I ''position be immediately associates withit over the .fire-box so that. it will not 9.40 p. m.-f'or Tampa intermediate
MIAMI FLORIDA. carrying .the purest'of to all i points Pullman sleepers. Arrive Jackson
\ wate4 vale'7 ..
impenetrable swamps,fever and ague, clog up. :35 m.
parts of the city. In 6 these Through for Cincinnati via abet
OBice on 14th street, next and\imalarial fevers in all ,their 'varied;<< Electricity sa used in lighting railway vile I tllCn: e at 7.00 p.m. arrlveabrhbvllleltsy.fn.arrivesCinMonattil:40am
} I
Watson's Hardware store. we have a regular scavenger ,ystem. trains i \a recently patented device, a ..
1-8-tf _' types.' Besides these he adds, mosquitoes Malaria the great bugbear of those small dynamo being placed on the' car For Macon, Atlanta,two trains dally. Leave
and horseflies gnats, fleas, snakes, Jacksonville 8.15a.m. and 7-00p.m.
visiting the Sout .; is an unknown truck and connected to a wheel pa:the : Summer rates to excursion points.In effect,

\A. Ft* Simmons, etc.ian In '.act, he is sure that no white quantity here. In our.eighteen Months car axle by mans' ota belt, the current June, 1st.Pullman. Sleepers- on all night trains.

Attorney"at: Law : could' possibly survive a summer of. practice and Board,of Health, work, running to a storage battery and thence Send for Best Indexed Township Map of

so fa r,south. ,The picture be draws in I have, never treated \ja case of malaria to the lamps in the car.' ., r. FloriddO A.OenerUtaaaengerAgeni. ,
COCOANUT QKOVE FLA. '. his nind \could not be further from ,., \ '
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which could even be.qspiciol'ed! to have N. S. PENNJNGTpN, ,

Office at Residence. 1-lf-hl the real trutb. originated here. The format){ion of J, ,"It was DlffereBee\W so dark i\the" Felt.,parlor:when Kanacer.
While it is true this most wonderfulof --
land and natural SU (ouridings Tender 1
young Mr. Plummer came in that ""
: Joe. W. Allen I al!countries lies far south geographically. it impossible, not cmly to originate, didn't' notice he had Shaved off ,bis'mu.stachei' D. W MERRITT, ;
r yetit* is fact that the .
a during ,but to exist. Bright sunshine] pure \

Attorney a.t. Law. summer months it is one of the coolest ocean breezes laden''\ with ozone, and "Didn't ,you? 'i J felt th\ difference Contractor >>>e- &

KIT WEST, FM, and most delightful places for a resi the dryest atmosphere' I have seen at : while you were getting a light."-Cleveland -

: t dencethat! ?\'can be found. After a year I any eaport, render i it peculiarly! adapt- I Plain Dealer. \ 1 1 -lxD- ar
1 Will practice to alt the Court*, State:and \ \ I, '
and a half ,of residence here, we feel ed"to the cure of asthma, ,bronchitis\ ; Where Extreme Meet.\ I V

Federal.' '1-9-tf. that we are:: enabled to speak with ac pulmonary tuberculosis, rheumatism, Father: thought, when you, 'were .B ilder.' ,

curacy'in i regard* to the climate and etc. These deductions are not drawn married you would be off my hands. t, \ '

B.; Mills Fowler, M.; 'D.HOMffiOPATHIST. healthfulness' of this section. During from, theoretical reasoning, but \from Daughter Yes,:father. \ \ V Give: us a chance
her-.And now husband, '
; the past slimmer while the residentsof clinical Prac your : *-to figure
demonstration in private wants me to be, continually putting on:your

.. the' North' have been swelteringwith tice. The clinical history of a number him on his feet. $. Y. Journal. \f.IS. I! building.: - ,

.> 13th street, near Avenue B heat almost' unbearable,the thermometer of the e cases could be:given youJbutspace Bo ton SkeptleUm.
v ranging from 100" t- Refer to Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle, F. T.
Chronic Diseases specialty.; f upward, forbids. Our wjnters, are +ery '"!remember George Washington '
; the residents of Miami have, been enjoying mild in so'much sometimes, father Budge,,and Bank of Bay Biscajne.
27anj-tf fact, po{ as said the Boston. to his son, "who r'

''' the 4ver; cool, bracing. winds during an Indian sumMer J. bave had said that he could|not tell a lie." '

Dr. Jas. M. 'Jackson.. Ja' :.>, that! daily come sweeping over the,bosom -i patients to complain or peat, and wonder "Said' he could not tell a lie?" ;re \ Wanted. .

MIAMI, : "< oi the Atlantic Ocean. While how it was possible to live hereduring marked the boy, "u hat do you call hat Boarder at Mrs. R.' :W. Boyer's,
;
U tI those of
.e FLORIDA. nigqt is\\' 1 east of Avenue C. J Rates reasonable.,
couch. only to spend the wholenigbt of the pleasantest seas ns of the 3 ear,
.t.* Office at Preacut: j it) tossing,, from one side of the /
4\ TOWNLEY KOS' DRUG 81'CRE.i .; U ; .' the temperature avera ng very low,
: bed to the other in hopes of finding a and always a cool; ocean breeze;.his !

a i. DR. R..E. CHAFER, f .spot'. foif a moment that would be cool, season is not only pleasant but health- Florida East CoaSt V
the resident here has retired with Ry.
\ -! open ful. It is impossible just what ,

i V : t ': EN'TZST. I windows, and the cool winds bate season i is the t1hay! ; ur' climate \ Time_ '
-lit tl I Ho. 9-Canaeted to Jnao 8, 1 9T. \ V
Tab.l.
played about him making sleep sweet .
\ is so pleasant and summer ...

: f'! Office in IiaelernoB1ock, northeast and restful,."and'giving' .him, pleasantdrearnti that ontof scores of '\iufants in the SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead ,
learner Avenue D,and. 13th street:' .', : whole I' I' p) L
h ,- .1.9-tf' of paradise. The, of the place :there has not been\ a death, and oR! 0117 oJi tlTATIONS.: No 711' No82 \

it :( ; Bay, Biscayne, country is, simple per- but very few;;and they v ry.mUd,Ca$es .::.::.:.:. v_ ....:.... 7U5 p }t... LT.. .:..Jaek80nY l1e..Ar. 886p ...... Oa... _....

i' John! S.:Frederick k fection. [For the last eight months the of, summer: diarrho ambng then- ...;... lU85a 1000a.:}. .815p. '1... {"t.it.:...... LT..8'Ar..s&.Auguatine.Anlf'll11De.Ar.: ...... Ly. I 626 ....... .fllOa..-.... ........... .._......
m'rature. ....:.11 09a ...... .. ... .. .......... ....... ..
has been 74) r .Ilaatinga .} ..... .... ., .. ...
average fants -
or children. Thong who have ...... 1128& ...... .. ... ...._ }' ...i..East Palatka......1 4 .._. ::.... ..".. .. ,..

I- {. :::-Jiill Engineer and, Surveyor, :The; hottest day, was .in'August when goneaway to spend tliesummer and returned = a.11:. UllOa 00a ........... .... ....... ...... LT.AT..PaLtka.......Palatka..Ar.: ...........Lv. ''25a1..;.......... ..,... .......".. .::. .

r i. Notary Public for State at Jjaree. the] thermometer marked. UJO: for a declare. this to be the coolest, ......:..... J 5.. : Ar..8an Mateo ........L. ...: ::..: ..:.: .:....
.| ,particular Attention given-to SubDividfing short' time., The! lowest point the and most pleasant place" and"sevel" Ly...... ..Sa.. M.teo.Ar. I :..... ..... ...... ......

L;Office,I 'large 20th 8 tracts, near V Av.' 4.D, south, side.: heath, "this reached'was' MQ.J! have written back that i in !> future other :.:..::..;.. 1 ;:::::: :: :: : :::: Lv..t." ::..:.Port-.Daytona..Ormon&.Ar.orange...:::::: '."" i :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::

: 14U.U, r MIAMI,FLORIDA; For section is.i incompar. will take their outing ati some :.: .......New 8 ml .. I lOp ...... ::.... ....:: ;.....

._ I. place able.1 her The.* dreaded Chills<<, fevers malaria and finds kindred.,no season the breezes., preferring to_ remain 1 : herewith\ :..::..:.:.: !8a.-.V: ::: ; :: :: :: : :::.Oak..:...r.Tttusvtlle.... &Point.ill :::.::.::::: S '12 12 p :::::: .:.:::.: :::::: :::::

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JOHN KBOHOWITTER U i| ( .. 121ip :..... .. ....
1 diseases are unknown,except when imported For a winter resid nCtor a ,home, ..:.., . .::Rockledge....:..:. N ..:. ..:.:: ..-. 1 1i
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TAI-LOR- and.then hey soon disappear the year, round, Miami 13 lone of the [ I jj w : .iRanGallie..4 11 ..

t without" "the aid 'of medicine. Those pleasantest and healthiest'pJaces' } I have :..... ... . '........'.Melbonrne........ :...H HjF ...
i J 463p .. . .. .
Over 25 yean ez dancei .' \ 'l Sr. .lloaeland.-,.... ... .
-{ I coming here throat and difficulties seen'. I \ .:.:. 469p ...... ...+.1 ..4.. ... ba.rtiao........... .. ..
\ ; Metropotts Building, Miami, with ,lung ever Very truly) I \i \ i .. .r. 10 ....,. .:.... o2DI,
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i lOOp .......:...8'Lu l .......... io 9 j a ...... .. ...
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all Stock of Samples.. of.11. Latest Weave.f ,soon;find'\\ relief unless.the dis- JAS. M. JACKSON, dk. M. D., :..::: II9IP! ...... .... 1500& '.. ...?.Fort Pierco........ II 9aJa .. .. ...w..: ..; . 111p!
1-1 .le -- .. 'I" ease is too advanced. Agent State Board |of Health. .1 I ............ ISIIp 8 ...__ .....,.. 507a .........i.Eden.............. 1102& _.... ...;r.;. ...:.. $45p
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jar 4Op. 'h .a? II aa .........Je11ge11. ; 9 : .alP R
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Y ,}tlWm. ., Varnacloe, ; : I ap n I note, from Dr.Jas. M. ... . \ ''I ::::: ''tfP .::: :.::::,:: 840.T l la : .:::::::::.Alicia.::.Stuart.1:::::::::: II : ::: :: :::::: :::::: i06p

Jackoni! Jr.,.whchwe| invite the;readers r No Delay Neeeesauy. 721p ...... ..::t.+ 813& .. .....Hobe Sound......., ..9p
\ ....:. 754p! ...... .. 85aa ;......West .... 57a.-. .
He is " .Jnpiter. ; ,8
: CJQNTRACtOR.Work< ,to study. Also\ one from Mr. Joseph a very businesslike inan, and he ...... $$0.'t....._ ...... 10. .. ......._.... II .'. ..12.111_.,
..: warn, postmaster. They Substantiate proposed for the, young w .man's hand\: ...... .. ....L.: It 00a Ar....Wes Palm Beach..Ly. : 1 ..10 ISOla
f"" JT"Boak and Blasting BpeC1aitp.V and heart, in, a straightforward, un- ...... 8 -::.. ...:.. 1225p ...........L1ntoD....:....... I I ....: ...... ..,... Site
a evpry claim made by the,writer '\1 ..: 9 SIp ..... J...1. zSip .H. .:....Fon LaodePd&le..... "! S 58aI... ... .. ...... 71S.
V studied manner. ... ..10BOp..e.. .. t .;......Lemon ...'... :
p CU7. .. ...... t
4 tt MIAMI, FLORIDA.linate.FarUISAe4onAppltaitton... ,:' , and;,we"could! :procure scores of oth ."Oh sir," she exclaimedj' you must .'.'... lOBup.............,.. t alp Ar..Mi.m1..L'f'. .I ibmel//..... .....: ,..... 182a IlOa
.1623ifsf eri., t I! E.Y.; lh.ACKI.1N. r
t _,_ -.I.. give me time to consider. I I d & W. BRANCH. Trains,85, cad 'l8. between Jack.uo .
-" If I II" "It isn't"necessary'aa +\!, the reply: : 8 .V 8TATJON wnvtlle and St. Augustine dally.
FRED : ,j '!Idl lll I LA., Sept. 16, .1897.Kev. No. 2 Ioa 4. Train ze. between Miami and Port
: "I Ibp
BUTTER brought UOa
V .'E.V. Blackmail\ ',Miami,Fla. along my bank \book,. all 1 I'' L'f'.New Smyrna..Ar. lip $ : daily emept Sunday: _
,balanced and I hare downstairs IIJOp 11 28a L'f'.Lake Belen. : ..LT. It alp t Sr 11I. between Port-pierce
yolutne end
I
up a :
;V : t MY DRAB SIR-In reply to your ;sfetter'of i lip Il LT..Orange City..Lv.12 IVp I aapE."mt daij'
Contractor; and Builder : %\hich shows fibs cal I except
: ati I Miami my /rat- \ up U .Ar..OranI8 Ctty..Lv.1216p 8 85 and 78 .KOO"'I'SL A1ICU' .
i in
inquiry regard ,to as a I
ing. I thought I might as j tt'e11/ ring except Bunday. .
All kinds or .Stone Work. .
: -
place for a ummer'and' winter home along the data BO that. you coma makeup I -
: Plans and ,estimates furnished ; The Steamer'BISCAYNE"'
.c "' free. and itsi healthfulnessl! I came to Florida yoqr mind at.once."-Washingtonstar i -. l

u e-97-U .MIAMI., ;'FLORIDA : ,from Ohio.' Since coming to the ; V x I 6. 1'e\ '\ {' : I
1V

t State I havellivedj\ : .various portions! -- ingnLar, U" Dstorms.-/rthe\ Colorado \ ei"" .t- ;t ".'. .e V' ,, I

1 U- 'I. r- in the interior and\,on the'west coast. dacert they have rainstorms during i I P' bappoiated io Perfpna Serriee ;, '
foUowi -
as !
:
T.. i D., BROWN, -. ,I have 1>een, '\here It two J'ears.an have which not a singlo" 'drop < f water '. I'I I
: \ Leave MIAMI 1010 p.m Wodnewtaye and..........conn cUhgwttltTrala3i..
: foundjthis climatel\.simply.in Dpa?- touches the earth. The ram| can. be .
ni. >
.+ kRCHlTECT ble."*The summers are far more pleasant seen falling from th /clouds bligh above I LeareKXT' WEST 5:00., . Tuesday and Fridays ., r| V I '
tr than '. the_ desert, but when the water'reaches'!\ \ I 'Connecting at Miami with'l'rala:78.: following morning.
and cool .
other: sections.,, The I c - \... .
: ,
the strata of high air -f -
i: \, nJghts'are simply! jnagnlficent, so that it ia',' dry bepeath before the I 1.P.aAiAwU o\\ ti J ,.:J....D.BAHNKB. v' ,..vr
clouds .Jent absorb ,
v.l I 'i'" rely TrLJoJlaDapr. "Au"t t4ea.P.wa er Ag.a
+ -
r FL mm&. .sleep is enjoyable and refreshing.. V A Iii dtiguufJa. .
distance J'1a. >
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.1 : .} and Ottieij Crops.: A.; 6. CAMPBELL 4

and prosperity ofany ; :
| tr} lep >ndd largely ; i
: ,, I \r s o far as possible T the : I\ Manager Ludden: & Bates S.M. H.JACKSONVIL. "

I' : \ Ume.I. Ariy section 1 : E, FLA.* "

{ |" iepend-i.on\ another Pianos and Organs Sheet Music, and. .

J Planting.,2 \(' ? their supplies must I.OWE"Sr PRICES EASY TERMS*, .Musical' .Merchandise -
tin the end $
that
their
We will treat, you Setter:and_give yon better nIne for yourmonertban
i |xre; Hof tli i income.,) \ 'any other home in The U.8. Send forCatalogue. nand
\ .
{$ only.ought iiJ produce!! \ Price Lists. ? l7i pt-lv lf.ii

( \'. should' -.r-\\ \ i' I ,.t
|to supply the ,local 0 l '
,
+ : 1 | I q .products In making.\to be a con-call, Do O o Knmy tV Good Thing 6 OFlCOtjBSE' YOU DO -- ,

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.
: . ... : $ men ot bur town, Then yon HAT fT SKEW FLOBIDA, or ron would BE HEBE. . J
--- j. \s being shipped in Are you Citowijta: OLD ? i Of course; eo'ABE WE, I ' . .
>> : \ i, \;i points in |the State Bat not so- fast because our KiLl CLIuTE..t* f \1 '
of sweei With its WAiiir; sussmsr,DAYS and Loco, COOL MGHTS: ,' .
,: e\g\ potatoes Makes LIFE WHAT IT OCGHT "". !r rf i, -. .
T BE. .
DEALEUS J Bare! sold ti the con I. ... 1, ,_\. ,../"' i's' Ml
one dollar to a dollar, Do out! LOVE FLOWERS, frnits and vegetables? CEBTAISLT So do. we."
: Bet'A SOME on the EAST, COAST, i
'
ushel. Galling it .: t ; e" f ;
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WHEBE lyoa can RAISE TOUR OWN 'L. "*" "' '4; '
\ \ .W repta per peck goes there' is . With the LEA8'J1; LABOB and,EXPEKSE. ', |i :-\1\ \i r'",t., .
which '
\ fpO., sections\' ,''These large Do on'\(DISLIKE WINTER ? So do w' / . 'r.. 'f A t,
er ULvn The coME: TO FLORIDA ;I we're HEBE TO STAY. i- .; : :.
;'' I 'From O ,to pea We,have serif-BATHING, SWIMMING, and sATLixa ALL THE'TEAB BOmfD.t '
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I ? II teed\ \ tkle[farm- i I | .( f :' a ;
: ,of! land, the maif that ARE OV\|\ interested IN ts ? I ,. 1t .. t
AND { I IF sal wp:: are interested IN 'Tor. '
I j \ make his living from 'I A, LIKE to our ADDBESS ,Address.DRAWER "*I! .
\ purchaser (thi i i pro-, Will po ONDEB8. j SAINT ArarsrrjrE,': 'z I,. i- I
ors e 'most suicidal policy; ang13-tf r
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, ) sure to follow In its :

o : : irt. this sec jon are THE LEMON-'CITY I
;L\ \ ; _\ HOTEL
('d.to the growth of the ,

I 'On, )j ' } ; : fact, it has b our MA)R'S. JOHN, T..'CAF EY,. :Manager.A ., p $

S l s\\ et in: potatoes treated I\very'.pleasant]location,near the Depot.I I Large, well-ventilated, moms : I
ions
\ i \ others!c : I 1 '.. ()rand''Piety of the Bay. j '
as a rule, woum 1 be an .

Jug 'l Uer in ,sp'i e of Good Table and all the Comforts 'of I Home .- ,:1

, .of\ they "
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: ibns and are of a \ AT VERY MODERATE :\ 1

I ( \\,have triedia few P.RICE.S. ,, . '
: A r\delight nl. place for families. Wnte for terms, eta,';to' .. '

I 4 \ \' ", : \ proper gron.tn i V culture thiutction and a l' 1 \ \ MRS.' JOHN: T. :Y, s 1

t. of I fertilizer' and An 7-tf' ?::88.m \ LEMON CITY FLA.: ..\ "-.1

f '' 'iOFCA c \ amount is unsurpassed\ of sugar.; :1!!\they We' will be ni bare bandy, 'for home Ho For Cocoanut Grove." .. ...,

f I\ \ i I : condition of things consumption] you never raise enough' The fast and commOdious launch '
....... ,'agetables. ', The to sell. rom this, we under "Daimler" leaves Peacock wharf at Co- '
\ .. I : with turnips grown' in stand, %Iie plan, fakes a pretty flower, coanutGrove every morning' 'except {
Sunday at 8 o'clock for'Miami,arriv-
th .barb't abounds, and ills these .red flowers which are at oot of Avenue D "
1 I I ing ( at' 9 o'clock, ,
A I, I\ York and parsnips pulverized to make the powder., ,; ,, leaving Miami for Cocoanut'Grove at

\ It t thl came-; loca ity. The, article,bj| G'''.R. Plummer,M. D.,. lO:30 mike' 'Fare 23 cents each 'way.
j I Will special trips returning to
le greatest delicacies of Key West,(is'as\follows'!: Miami in the evening for 'accommodation
appl ? i ia Florida"syrup. of parties,at very reasonable rates.
:; PT JETHRCU. I
M of,this is consumed! \ Go down and spend a day or two at ?
J i : away and sent KEY WEST,. Ft A., Sept. 20,1897. Cocoanut'Grove, the prettiest''place on
:t 1 To'the,Editor. !I \ the Bay Spend a day at the home-like L
Y'SIS ; \ Will you or so ne\reader bf the Journal Peacock[Inn and se, the avenue of roy-
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: ,of things is,
4 I hating the'fitijities\ administer. to aPpalms clumps of giant bamboos and ;
Moisture \ j tot railroad, other in
I jet .' majiy interesting. sights the t
\ InaomoniaJ; dogs: etc., different dose of Insect
\ i !! policyfor the far1'er vicinity \; tf.
\ \ I l Phosphoric I powder and report: results? Throughan
I\ \ I I Potash, (nc \1 I J, : here is no sec. accident to ail| child it Was found to To Real Estate Agent '.\ r
/ \ Seed Meal \ Wh're'el,8oiis and cji ,. enthelmintic: properties Business was:.so dull in your line ' ,
\ Fin/Grovnd equal tliat of the Bin possess probably !, ,during the first. year of our istence ,
t Sulphate of, : j : in the production and I would like to gain some bat, we did not feel'like urging< you to ,
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.( farther particulars, J,1:; ,'hut\ the bUlk\or\ idea of its dosa'ge'j for hO w sapiens use printer's ink very'latishly.k\). n
<'. & \ from trial on' thi I liwer an mal$. Insect We feared we could not give you
I Iliterial, C. S..} ) '" l t elsewhere.: : The powder coulists of the! flowers of value received for your money. | ;
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at home producing as When there.Were no buyers yon could
, r Pyrethlrum ca neunand P rtwewm, "
W \ not sell real
that the) ,family con : I estate. .l i : .
11.1 The I indigenous to. the ,Causasian mountains Lots of,JJ1ont''y is squandered\ a perous\) rm r.
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IlerE but now extensively cultivated, ''I' ertising which brings returns. "
upon tilt grocer, bu#- California., It is1\, frequently ,adul- Judicious advertising pays [better
(', 'go >ds; Northern ;ban any other investment yon can t
pf Florida, \ terateda and i'-woijld ask whoever make. -
and sweet\}, Northern i r
:: ) I! I undertakes this I ijue4tigatioh to get a If you have something to sell and

;.GJM. TOWE,') turnips) ,Northern perfectly pure, article. .Thu,fumes of there are' people who want what you
cabbagd! !, ji* tbe man ,the burning powder are not bofeonous have, it 'will pay yon handsomely'! to
on the grindstone, and :' make the fact'known. observation i\
or'no Progress. -A I to man, though I itt causes some confusion We believe from extensive -
)i \ of the head in those wh6.sleep in that printer's ink pays the real s
r largejmvney\ on an (closed roo'ms wherelt is used, and estate dealer better than any other,
j The! 'results f ron( business man, providing there is '\'a de- *
the writer has *i-enjn thecaseofa| ,
ay be alni 4 fabulous mand for land in the locality where he ;
; : ; upon! )I buying thej roan sle ping i in an kpartm nt coro- is located. ,. .rf-
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bletely Closed and lIed'w1t.h the There is a good demand for lands, In'
': that he'cofild\ with a1 smoke considerable intoxication,numbness th vicinity. It is constantly increas-
THE' : \ I on his own; lands, he ng. Land buyers are arriving id this t
I andj\,severe, jichirig; In the, npper .
end o( the tear 'rolls section everyday j .
I I I lower extremi ie which
and
.1. fat' ; ; persisted If you can ;make one sale of, thou-
; & : :\ pocketbook" for several hours Inla patient who and-dollar property with the help of .
must depend largely the METROPOLIS and get a commissionpf
,, 1 contracted the mange, or acarus cabl -
fertilizer
his, for ten cent. will make enough
per you
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: i, from 'a', J dry ,insect \powder
vpay'Jor
: ; I\\ crop.,* Bu; the farmer skis money out of the one transaction to
applied the afforded
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more re- a lot advertising. 4'a
: i. >, that fr m his own .
,li f'and.liwited' the spread bet erthan 'We are confident the time has arrived : .
\ .\ I bulk oft\', \s living dozen other remedies employed. when it will I t pay you bandsordely i
'' la use our advertising: columns liberally. c
of the' yea r that his
EEN
I\ not been niinished\ (" In the dry etatl it .destroysinsectsinfecting ,\ Describe the.best bargains you have
man, beast, etc., for sale and give'price. "All goods ,
ln ster '\, :I\: \ \ Ito pay for his fertil ''and is used as a dressing If' and marked in plain Ogures'"is the. ,best\ ;
his mind'I : '
a discount, eddini policy. ;
And the wounds. According to D., "
: ; : ) lI1 care-in\\I fact\ be II's 01 is Prepare 'price' list of everything100u **
I I \ the powder exhausted have: fort| sale and *
LETO, W '\s1\ : 'j.i i !\ r and .the# world f/, armless 'to' insects. It activity ,is you a few hundred copies in attractive,

27' HOUE3 | him. BtAcsat therefore dependent on some principlewhose form.Send them to your correspondents -;.
f \ 1\ i \ t E. V. ,L c. nature haS \not positively. been They will.save you three times atheircost'in
\ ij / : : time and post age.alone.;
Latest Improved : n p 'change {to:Wi 1 \\ or Insectj Powder,' of experiments found.the fuines' a short note,And enclose' price list t
, ,New'York r And :j'i\ 1' : \ I i iI I J1 pounds of pvrethrum/ tbe burning'Ipowde' very :;poisonous. to and they will make; alea'for you. 1 1aue27tf L
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[ \ \ 'powder,'are t .used in i insects, and for certain, purposes (mosquitoea I ,_-

\ every Vear. So midges, sand' Oie8,et .),afforded : AMUSEMENTS FOR CHILDREN. -

VI A and that w'e kfrow per a ready mode df applicatiop? but ..
.
\ I / I I A ,small: blackboard with crayons or .,
along I jthe, east that,generally a watery infusion was even a elate.pencil will provide entertainment " r
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ckso I i! j : the stuff in packages i the best and cheapest preparation. for hours. -* :l x

1, 1\\ \ : j Cincinnati. ,.. pound; er,evert 1 more. Twenty-five grains! stirred up,in two' Sailing, miniature i boo.ts.o ctinoeainn
I \ \ tion we; present at ,the quarts of. water wAs sufficient, to kill : a, large bathtub will provide enter. ._
OFrTHE ': \ "
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I t' \ \ (i remark an article i on yqung cotton worms. The tinctureohepart ta.inment-'for hours. '
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t 'tea. schedules/ \ tb,,' en of O.K. Pliim-. ( '\ to'four) 'aSbeel: especially : Colored pencils with which old fashion . ,
or its connection t\ 1 i\ : ke /West,a valued sub. recommended, diluted with''ten,time' :books can be colored; are the delight '

1 rnorous, which .:a.p-. its bilk of water, by F., Jager to keep of many.little folks. L ?
Art. : 212 Wes ; rnal of the American off vermin from the human: ,body. According The latest thugs in crackers are the
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r W. A, TTJBK \ alphabet and numbers. In this way the }
i' 'tion of October 16th. to Profess r' ilaisch,it i,i capable .,
r 0MsPa children will learn their letters and to
\ s.Agt. \ '
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W.ahiagtoa' ''i'; :' l of causing, 'a es!,ular eruption. spell.simple words.before-their parentS: :

\\ .' .. -' that a large?quantity likp that produced .hy pOI on-vy., 'are aware : ,'.
is' raised in California! 'Pyrethrum: isj certriinl a blessing in .. Making paper-doll ,houses ht'.larga

I \ ::1 ; r would :thrive\dell in the!tropics in combatting! the mosquito ',blank books is. a. very enjoyable pas-

: 0 : '!he' ,demand for pyre (SQ netimes.written mo qnita, a .Span" .time. Let'\:themjntpkture.sout'ofold,

powder; will' \Woba-\ ish;word Dignifying L "little: fly.") 'catalogues\; and magazines,' and paste i iI

;' 1 it would. 'be;w ll ;for : \ ', G. R. PtUMMtB, M..D., : I' than'onthadiffeentpagessothatthcy..rhives :
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y i I "' parlor, sitting-room, ,library
( erime ;with it a lit- \ I .. . I'
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: 1 : (;Si /,at : t- ] seeds.and plant: a ;'mall Advertise ''ip tbe! :METROPOLIS: ;.,'its. .bedrooms.. .-.Housewife.I r .
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; 'Wi. :. ( I, : .in your dooryard. It circulation on"the east coast is large. '/f.. : ,
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4 THE MIAMI\ METROPOLIS NOV. 19, 1897. \

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r 'THE EDITOR'S CONSCIENCE. close< our' eyes;' tb matters ''which" someday

? mi Metro olis when Miaiiii I is> largti# enough, we ..
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Also About, EU Pocbt-What New. He Should shall publish,' kt I present we t-annot Bailk of .

.(..;t, PublUh. afford to tell ':'the truth about. matters Bay Bscayu!
8atered'la.the' rootoffice at )Miami Florida. The! Lake Worth|News has been sued hic11 I I I
are and
Fait: M aeeond-claaa matter. / happening every\jweek
F .;- : r r. for libel! by H. P. Dye, of Lake Worth, are compelled |to remain 8 lp'' it. This
_waa TIm'MOST SottTHKBH NEWSPAFKB PuB who>claims: ten thousand dollars dam- is a
mortifying-confessionjbiit we
tiSHED ON TITE''MAIX LAND OF :3* i agesf ''is \ areconsoled '
If the I
News able thetruth MIAMI
i to
.' THB UKTTED STATES. prove ,, by the soothing assurance FLORIDA.IscoBPORATEp .
L' :.; .. of the libels no'verdict can be |! |
i lof many good citizens who tell 1 us thatit UNDEB THE LAWS or FLORIDA
Fnbllined by the East Coast Publishing* Com \had Against it. We admire the policy I"j is better to take no not c:e of such, w. '

't- 'paur.acoTraUon.\!\ "t. 'jthe News \has pursued. It has, as ale'published attersjthat !i b would inju e the place Conducts 7

WALTER S. GRARAL - -. Editor \ the n 'i Hut we re! N r. M.| BROWN. ,,I 1 ;l a General Banking'Business. / '

;. ," : .... [tasteful or not, and when its duty de- ly aware all thrmr"f t le time 'thl\' they'pertecti are' PRESIDENT. "' < Issues Drafts; on All

i ; One, year Subscription.......:........;:.Rates........;....E2: 00 bianded that it give publicity to gees only fooling us. no ,you (nowkindeader :i !?. R. McCORMICK, i Pans of the World. Accounts : /;
Sixitnonth.i.-/.J.t.. 1 00 tain scandalous and outrageous couuct' \t\vn\ V CC-PttEllOE NT. Solicited
.. I that \ > were to print the and Every Favor Con I
single rople -.i..v.J-.i.
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Rt Foreign lutocrlptlons 60 cent extra to cover individuals residing: in the par we- would t I have a personal}' en-I HARtrES'H. GARTHSIDI sistent With Conservative ] ank l ling '
_"'*'> .1 :;.t. postage. ... ticular territory which it covers, it has s hater ter with knvtttnr pUtolson'ourlands I I C......... /
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< ,, . . '" J. not shirked the Extended.CORRRSPONaENTS.- a ;< -; (
F ,The Metropolis II-for. Sale at the Following unpleasant task Some } inside of!, n wrack, and we would / _
-' .I. ,rAgenctes: 'highly citizens Lake j "
t ;! respected on look in vain. for tin-protection of the
A.TVCarter.CocoanutGroire: FlaJAntboar Vorth are inclined to criticize the [ t; I :
j law '
Bros?;14eat Palm Beacb Fla. and it* olllctjrjtf And there would \ '
t% Alfred K rerv'-.t,.Wwlfe'i Genu.. Furnishing conduct of the News, and are mean 11 be others, tUH adopt Seaboard National Bank, New York/
-' i Store, .flaia .--: "" : cowardly to such
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f ..# *'.'U..lI.Kumucl&wer.ieber.JUaml.\- -Fla.rla. i 1', ill,enough say that its principal object a course, who wauht go MO fnr In ..theirhidictivynefti Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville, i Jacksonville. / *.
airing scandalous matters is '
>\oI -!:JfcsJT Wrest fears Co., Key West Fla. simplyt t a'uto mortgage their .
-t\;: .... -"" obtain, notoriety-in: other words, P to FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT:
,. J j' :; iroperty enable aoiw individual of
#!." aeAU mmunlcatloDllbou1dbeaddrenedand that .It. is ) ftnauth, 'Nachod and Kujinel York.
the
"playing to galleries their New .
ill own stripe to Apposition #
, ;; checks draft,money orders and other re- start an ;
,'' ,-f .mlttaot'eW made parable W V(e believe this charge is utterly without at Miami Y
paper ju'id
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would be
:.: :f _..: -,,;, Bn lar-ProoflSafclWith' Triple'Concassioit'Tlmeaocts'

; opinion, ,; the: News bas 'not exceeded, our,time [ '
between desperate ( i tie ImDrWed
struggles 'OT Host Male. IEgger&
? :; ;{: FRIDAY ,'! .1891. its duty. In fact -lr.na i .
MAIUtFLORIDAi.| , .HOY. ..19. ; we question whether to make ends meet and kicking our- -

... . . """' .' . '- :: itj ev'en went: as far as]) an untrammFlled'siirit'orconscfenceshould lieltl' ror.ou'II1'k juf.policy. "| '-- --

RgADltlle.. sr't' on'i'P,rethrlim; ] ;+ have '. A mortifying Confession, [but, alas,
1Jri' the Pe annsect.poAder''whkh'a) : gdne i in t reference to the outrageous too. true. \H, I i i | "

,t pears :.bn>: age 3., See what G. .R.x Cafdwell; matter; and if, common re- *- J%. fr- !_:j- H.

.. .summer, M: .D;:.. r Key ''West,: smdtter I id true Jts i details in'ftogartfto the MOVING THE bOUNTY SEAT Co. f
'-"" ibout.1tl. S, : ton 1 vrhich the present libelsuit There bt'eh"

' i ;-.'; ' ' ... '. -. is liasgd V'/werevery conservative.Ir'VwJ ;/ among the has legal ff ateraity'ofthin, considerable' [ talk city i Successors toj E. L. BRAY & CO Jtt

i *;': ..:'IvViE expected' give a fuJlac, ount,'of4h \:Tod''ma1iy-Florida papers are of the in regard to moving the. county site' to : Groceries Grain Hay and Garden Seed.

., j IIn'di'Cfde, iupon for 'welcomingUidsf roilk-an'diwater type. Xot that we believe Miami. The fact [in the case are ass '4 '
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: / kinshlp' Miami on iTs first arrival I i that they editors and)! proprietors .. follows The coon )' sittt was! "located f 7r

7: ris.i !! pSrt;in'this issue, but the date !ACco- rag"t but because: they are 'at ,Juno by :an. election, held in | Dade e MIAMI AQEN'fl FOR M APPI-S' TERT1L1ZERS., "
t tnot; ylS' aylng'been fixed we are com- compelled by stress of circumstancestb'i -------- -
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:- 1 ; county on February 19th 1880.> Un- ( We cult the attention of thnrople of Bar'Bt *
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'pelied! to defer:; the article, until our ursue a policy altogether different deri! the'law ah election' for changing add Fancy irowru-s, Fruit std Fond Prodnrt 01 aroe alt kinds ant:seek also onr of Staple stock s
11 '\: ,hug of.fiecember s, at which time we from i that which' their love of justice the t! county site be called, ( of i Uralu. llaT, Bran, Cotton><< cars only by
; tire the onr douse' on day Risrsyne.leallne exclusively lnthC above
{ : : Will! pnb ish, supplement, andseveraltndusand 1 and right'would prompt them to par the:,cou 'commissioners jipoti a'peti-'' line of K"oc t We buy<-l It-? ;: i "extra1 copies, and 'devote all sue] Editors, like other men, have to ti;ion being presentktl':and signed; by at t rnce anq solicit your patronage. Very truly, H. J. f GGAR & COp ,- ,

':, ,, ,Tjec' .s saryapace4othe. sub'ject., make a living. In a small\town whena l east one third of',, the voters: of' the
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newspaper man.calls a spade spade county, asking that an election. be
J{ L." AND ;raw .John Ball, has contracted he pot only offends the parties impligated ' called for the'purpose of changing the a

;;< c for the construction, of a ,cable!, from but all of their friends, and county' site. Itseerti4apetititfnsignedby :! '' AB

t- ( Berfiiudas. jto Nassau and,the Westlndiest patronage is at!once withdrawn which one-third ,of.the; registered j, ,votersof IVII
;. so' that he may be independent.of be can not,;,afford to lose. the county was presented jto! the I'A'M I

... the Florida-Nassau line in case. o 1Let a country:editor in [Florida at county-cominissioneri, asking that an } tit

'",, i,;'._ ..::war with' [Uncle Sam. The cable is to tempCtopurge; the morals jqf a comm electoq :be called #top the purpose' of

JJ; +' Jj'be;, in operation o ,or. ,before, February nltyot'point out dishonesty,.tor. locating the. county site. The Sdpreme

>: List next.! Tile :Jupiter-Nassau tcable rupt\on,or.incompeteppy! in';office and, Court of Florida 'ha, held that a[ petition
... ', rtaiay" .be abandoned after that (datej;war: while he ;may !receive 'privately the ior election for [the purpostjOf! locating B sihess 'aiiRidence i Lots

.' i \ot, wars;.jrbfii comes ofthe,' .pres'l(ii plaudits tilt" many good 'citizens, they the county site is void, as to 6 L J

"... 4' ." _'dent's'"saethq, j" ; 'e, u rirTt lpot( arwltp>,ome. out jnthgj l ope .chanoing.tb': wtintj site.. It is held:! :
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.tiob. ,\ :'' andtupport'bTflght for the! thaUtlieCAQntjF jilfe ?** 4',' 7
' : d'r : :... :, | right.1Yeaskbenlwtiy _ focatedt* ({em .o ; *- !
\ ' -\ J : 5 ; should any editor rarity by. the Iegrawture "whenever. anew Jt -j 1 :- '. .
11 lY*beg)4'C'kn'o g erec* >\ipt,1wi.tH, be expected to undertake reform measures county organized;;.but"; it'i* A. E.Genena ,KiNGSLEY; .., )JlI''

*: .t|compliment o'l on.J, AL tiryan. ',,one and. .to suppress crimel| paten in changed by theVotjofthe; ;, people;;' {! ', : ): ''''''' .... oft
;'of the railroad commission a It was. 'jiniposwf 10pring the" Agent for'Mrs.. Julia D. .Tuttle. : '
\ copy' some JI[instances- the ver : \ who matter 4 | < / : : :
Jo'fjyiate 'Issn'e Xiimber.Onei: 'l ates are, paid,.to prosecute criminals are beforethe, courts 'arid;, raise thepoint' .
: Rules and Regulations Governing ; themselvesl guilty of violating the :that the""election lorating' the county! : \ .
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,, Transportation of PAssengers: an Criminal' .statutes, and are perhaps: i in stteat Jtrno was voidjecause i-'L :r*",)ialfC-\ PricelFjomIU0 4 to ,$1OOOPor, f.. Lot|, According ta( Looationi;,. ....

jFreights on the Railroads. 'Florida:. 1 leajjtie wjth;chronic offender,. tidn was :nOt calla for thepurpose: \\'ot AllIt0A1'i"AIiE _
to Miami tfi
over "HoriJa East (inset .
Railway will be
prescribed by tt, Railroad Commit Is thi ch'Qngthe'teouny IrouiMianl i refomled -
Florida i
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country editor, or anypthercolinfry ; to each purchaser a lot, provided pnrcbaeer will produce for
receipt inch
)ion rs." Tfme has ,permitted an | 'editor for thai matter, tome'otlier point. jilr ) "iS'VV'hijEecputityiiconimiisioner : '' ,- fare, ,';which receipt, will 1M'I1'8Ct'ia' ,, >;1.&blJi"parf. payment for lot, ; .':- .

examination,of the document, butt],we ao welt!| paidfor: his work-is: *:his buss > 7ibfs. districC.Callsj A- .. "f.. 1. ,, :1'- J : :". ,.,....2 ;'J.: J:.

shall give ,it a careful perusal as;soon as' ness soj very'profltable: he, can afford :attention. *]ta the. fact'thatih ...v..a1n, . O....&....&..ce't.'T,,:;; 'f- -(., -, ... ?-i':'. ;"

'opportunity occurs. to'stand up and make a fight that 'county. jte never had, been puma- ...-4; -

: ; . > '. ;willlosehimperhapshalfofhi. patron* neatly;located at.Miami j but only fixed I, 1.10'd '' HOTE5LMIAMIi., : ;

fc fVfc jI I I THE! question of aerial i navigation' age? 1. at that,point temporarily-by the Legia-: I. }: : : ; ;. "
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;:: i inay'in"ovf *considered as. olved. ,A' In a jlarge, city; it is ditrere t., The la ure;'hence the election held orifejpr. 1' :'a.' ..&.V..I.a. ," oJ a:
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J .. 4 large' airAfji coristructred of alum editor Jleallstbe, news when arid where ruse, 19, 1&19,was',forl\ the purpos.e' f

:''., nuni i, asceftded at Berlin the: other. day, he'can.j\ It is seldom that, hehasan, r locating the, eotintyiye; i because, it : CHASE .r&ij.l RNEy 7' -
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{ 'jjri' :1 bepresenceof government official personal acquaintance with the actors never had beetvlocSJed permanently by ; "
in social the people before' ibat iimev i and when i'' -.*'** 9 ,, : >>
;t Jhd-afo e 1,690 'feet; nd remained. uptweve'niinites. scindals; or ,the criminals, r* I .
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'" -:: ; ( ; ( It 'then 'became un- I whose 'conduct is [detailed in his column the Court House was moved ,to Juno i t', I ..;J'il..' N-> ,IurT.I C. a. : .1a. .

.. ;L'pianagvable. If it ''can ,be made to_ascend .. 1.' it was 'not'changed.., bud its location I kINSURANCE. $$* * I Jt'fERTIL1ZERS.
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one thousand ;feet an4 stay uJT 'VVhether' ah editor can afford to das permanently located fo'rthe '
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J . ,2 <\t -lve minute; it Is oslya.question the Xews'\Jhas done, or even more, ,first' time. ThS it seenjsigood reasoning w.We4i.iprP6ent'x T-[ i *" Thirty-six million : ; We Resident for..swiit..

s i f t>t,,a.' little more tinkering'when it will whether!he shall,, dare *l at all events: As tie law permits dollars of.Fire Insurance Capital L anti nr8"' Bo4"Idear are Agents

.;l be'able to.be. sent up five;thousand feet 'dutyl'n the 'imatter referred the county site to,be changed"onceJn have paid over $ ,OOO fire losses in ,I.r Our brands of FertUizar..
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Prices suit Pocket
'f'..s ':i and'';'fltayjtyiive; hours. ...Travel ''amid! question every editor must answer According -;.ten years! we do'nut tbiiik. it would ,be Miami in 1807. Will write 1.in Dade ',0{:, boods'sait joar soiL your ; and oar S :
4s th* clouds is''' fn- to the condition of advisable to uuitterJnto the. or Brevard County. .
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':, .* } a pastime ;,tbg near ibis own i timers :' > ( 1. >
',' ttiretwlllbeeimply"outiofsight.-* conscience, and his pocket. The;majority courts at this an;;elt'Ction'can 1. ; \ .. 4, "

'-.-.. ,' .. .. '. .. ,? of newspaper mgn have families tosupport be held in February,189O'a; little more D oo't coine
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j ' STETSON AND His'.tmi- |laud'tbeworst'! ,, feature! about than a year hence arid .t f'rnatter t4 I : as t'JOnr > OJeJ'S'l1ftb! ; .,
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: ;10..*.... I ". the,whole.subject! ie,,that brethren.of tied without* the intervention of thej( 1lr-r I ,'t. t 1. <"',' _,
r : VERaITY J the ,court, :The interests of j all "
\ :press)who dare'ot pursue a simi .. ot Dade
,: j th [pleasure of meeting the jwbo can be best subserve by avoiding Ittt-! -
but
}larpolicyk \; Bbfuld. at ,least admire ;;
;;YenerahleJ iJw.'} X;.Cbaudoin/'u'' a that ;.quality in others, will, fre-: gation which woujd! U'bardiy be .termin? \NEW YORK BAlERt: :
:reUo" passer ron the train recently. fluently belittle such'a laudable ''policyand ated before the date at which, an election .

4 ;I: He is one ,of,ihf m4tee-bfythe" ; StetrveonhUniversfty insinuatejtbat jtis only! pursuedfor can be heJdi j::1'; i i S/\\ : 12th .Street, w et'of PasseugerlDepot. -+,J :'. ii'-:""':\

|: : .At J Aahd' and !IwasI thepu pose' pf obtaining'notoriety The county needs good f ads. South. I toII .*

r .,tell ng us 'a, ut, ,the t: .' encementr or personal political 'preferment.. Dade needs 'good ,roads J, ;The Whole' b vfe :J' Bread=

I exercises; wh h occurred: axw.weeks This, is contemptible. county.should.pullj,together' and build II freJ I If ,

t rev ous,to out meeting. old .yncle It may;oe wobdered'why I the editor a,system .of good reads next: year;and I I : f Home Made h .-

&; :sha',.'-' as. he's|| familiarly 5 call br of.the Tropical: t un ignores those .matters -; not engage}in ,a contest on the' cOlln J;' Jim, I Graham, \ EIBaked EI--' ,

:. _. j-tlipse 1 .wlio'knov{%him! ,'Bald;that ,it wa s 'which the News had dared to'ptlbK seat question .riot within a few I\ : daily and Delivered,Free to ani part of town.
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,1 d, .sweet to himi-tJ r lize'the'full, extentroftliVFcHptnrnltext \. h. But Uthej knowing ivnowonderit. ! : /! 'J':
,l, : Buns, Cakef<. Piea, Everything first-class. [Specialty of fresh -
; a ) thW'ii" is more It ,:fst] a' matter'of'' judgment and l99lexanderof\ 1 \ and outs'' I have ooeof the most modern and first-clam\ ovens Picnic and. excursion

.-bed! 1 to' give. I han., toy receive' ,!' as;,he' conscir? cej in which:,the editor of the n4 parties famished oh_short notice. "" '. \ ** '
: ?j watched: the features jof John I B:'S tetjsdn.as Sun, has &- meet right to exercise': ; bis ty, first heutennnttot ex-SerlatorCalIt : ADAM; .MAYEp; : b
has.been in the'city for the '
( the exercise? proceeded. .There free_ will atJ* adopt what 'poker he pasy.fewidays. t -Remember I ,
: "Jeems'8a1s i deliver' ererrtbing free of charge. Bememb r tie t lice.12tb Street.]oit ..*..
was! luamonai. ': .Time un,ilk. Gall is of passenger denpv<<: '
; tremor: in tne, old pleases.;; Ms. years ago, when 1-br.fr-ino-
mpo* 'voice 'hetold still in the ring, and.now!tie .United' ..
| s; a&- << about, it. He ,Bro. Metcalfwas: most outspoken of I'' \I I
JsaicT'' that 'Stetson's, features bore'a all Florida ;editors? ere his, efforts States Senators, ot '[Florid$ are to be ; '

ouch of almo3tdivjnej| happiness,.and properly..appreciated: j B d the; better f nominated!by popular'rot e j ui accord- I : ,, 'Predk. S. Morse, ,
;. t ance with the new law Rover ing primary 1 .
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:jchaudoiri featd.a f
:pr; :he looked ;at class I of citizens (Some put amj support elections, 'he.\i\IK'sweep[ ; South I' '

S, .. ;;}iim'be' thoiigllt ,bow"fnrbttter.it'w him He has graduated along imllar Florida like a .tornado, neii fall, and' ,
lro f those":who.had' the. means: 'to dogood lines'to those upon which the NeHrs? is will go to the OiS.Senate/again"; ,REAL ESTAT-S' .

to mankind by noble benefactions, [mows doing ,battli.r JMetcalfwas -suelj' whoop." Well, we will/see t 1 what we< .
; will, see, when the time .omes. Per- .I: j
to do so while li vi g8ritba; they might in Brevard fpr.libeLand put to; heavyexpense Jiapa -"Jeems"isright, who! knows t r:;'
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beta: arid witness the' ,pSrtial. fruition character jittacked. k Ilati occasionally. In the,next: fight ," "
tit 0. J r :MJeeniS! says that e- enator pall'.will: '
r their:; plans. ID icle '
J closing this a realize that :
,' ijlft fisteni.toliiin.'wewere'realinaed.of'tbe ( '. we: not be without help of influential AGENT FORELANDS OF' .
,: 'f ) : i bur readers wiH| How about'the .... :i iFlbrXdjfcjBjaforCqast '
: say t\ papers tlmbghouttne State",and that i I .....' \: :
plpnsprepared"forte- )lETaoPOtleN! Afad the Is he will hav !lent$ :of behind : I
: inquiry money "
I, ... ink ! pair biio "And '* , \ ;; Railway CO:, .
cei steamship Miami
the on its first tinent.; :TV> admitjWe arejiiot, as out-, spy, says "Jeemsr'. S. .
} arrival 1 I at this thai "hot.only make e mare got:. but also : : FloniiPdoast Line ..QJ1Dalland 1 Trans. CO:
portjwhSch;; at ,time. spoken as .we' would llke-to be.' Almost goes, a :lonILwal and making i ,U. S.Senators. :, :; [ ; -iiKBostonandFlorida
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. BET_ SESDA. / Call land see our Jim! '\\of wheels we ounced by a visitor, this week, I o bethe : 1887 .
The,fo'llowing'l .autifuJ'poe is from. can save you 23'per cent},. The Miami best PIIPiin t \ [Miss Knapp's school. 10 YEARS ESTABLISHED ;.189'r- .

' the pen of Walter Scot, who, seen ; last Cycle C.o. .. .1'r\ ' Davis Alburj, andi family went aver The Magnolia Grove'an'd
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winter, this city,'and. who i is swell : 'J . r to: CAcoaniit. .Grovel l in their schooner :. Nursery Company
COCOANUT GROVE ITEMS. "Markab" $undayU, returning.Tue day i ,
\: known to of I ; \
our readers CIOUNTY '
many
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1 personally > i night. i ," I BELVLEVIEW, MARION- FLORIDA '' fS*-:'

as, well at", through his, contributions , 'Jo"t'p\t'\ Jennings spenta few days at 3Ir. };. L. Sannojerv and \\'Ife"J 'and We, ,have a choiee election of 1 i V.
to}.[ our tr columns.. It. ppeared Miami this week. N' i\ iiases Xellie an.(.tennieSaundersisiting ere I j. ,

r originally, in the', Philadelphia' Star a Miss .;Annie and Master' Sam Kelly \' : at' the ups' r' end of the Key, ', Budded Oranges' Lemons and Grapefruit Tres:

; few months ago'and 'since that time have returned from Philadelphia. Monday. i \ : Trees fit Hbery x > ,

',: ,baa appeared' ,jn many"of/the. eading The-launch aimlert'onhnt'nced,, making Norman Sweeting: left 'on the 75,000 Form *. -

papers of i the country. /" i regular trips again last' Tuesday, "Used"riieulayturning\j i furl Key This section baa never been infested with the "WHITE'FLY" the stock Ii-cietii'and, to _
a having been laid upa \vek|\ for repairs: Vest. Xorman waif a popular young health and equal to any in the' 8fat. Great care Ha been exercised in prrwadnj ,
The (cripple at BdheJd! /'s poi" Kev. Ji A. Howlantl will man here and we were all sorry to see eting bu1 wood,that each vsrkty would' r01'8 true to Dame VARIETIES .

Ere Christ :Was yet revealed, sen'ices'or the M. Ea Church Conduct at the the him go.. You have\our best wish s for Parson. Mitchei Brown.Blood Roono'8, Hart'li Early,a'4Uf Pineapple or.Valencia, San ford's SLate Med., Kine Jilts,Tannrtue, faDerRind, dpM>UheUsr. t

For: Hgl 'an1 thirty/weary yearS! \ Grove next Sunday morning and future fillll'I't'i'S. X..r lIfllJ.' '. i il Orange. Jotcselyu Walter and Seedless, 1'omelol Villa Francat Lisbon,aqd"aJB BarOnata;CafOA

.. Had }Waitedjto Baled' evening.! ive Sweeting( ) leis! went to'; Mia ni livered"Sicily'at Lemon.all polnUontbe On also fnrnisft East Coast!prices! on full(oe, of Decidmk- &fc> -k."':.Tree* *de-.' 2
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For an' I g1 "
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every year ngel arne' till '' t
And Chas. Peacock and wife, of the Innt4k 'the "Rosebud" j. last week Wlr n TO THOSE.CONTEHPLATING SEHIHG.GOT'LARGE GROVES 'E ..;- ?
,> tonchecl. tbe Waters there: ', a trip to Miami onlllo day. Mrs.'thpy got in porl'tlutf decided itl;, would SSBYB1ALTHODSAND r ;E .- ..J
And heiwhobatted thereatter'flrSt Peacock h e a good idea to haW a lunch HO' they I will\ five my rl"nalalSllt.nce. if required'! uperlntendtDa'.the -
; p1.antir'I'Olltof ,
was r
looking for chairs '
s At << W the or stock sold from our nnr .. -
ery !
once S\rUsed\ ; :
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Jlr. Lummus ..
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\ tiered foithe Housekeepers' Club I \ I<.Itorl" and maile< We invite all to inspect our storm and get efore : > ;t
prices pumhallng.adseewbere. ICat's
Jive porches Circled it around j House. {\I I"" th.irJmrchut\' Styine of thi rew]\ f alogne after October 15U. ADDRESS t >*-,'.t-*;.' '- . '
In which the were 'wise", and did nt| bicycle l ri 1 Iiug I- ; '
sickly! lay. I Arthur F. Lang has returned after go F.'D.. ...,
tit To hearleu/ior the angel's touch,! pleasant at the a ;1 those that :, .) oamebackjo WAIO-E
week
TUat; ti V nitglH dip straightway.But . Jacksonville., While gala.tht-rel'lt'festivities' attended in- find mjthingl ftt.dil'rJ'feastbut strip y Oct.I strhn o-hn_ L\L, I Managers ,j-:

,at'!the troubling of the pool,_ l' the mettingsj of the Presbytery\ of till cans,pickle paper bag*. -------- -_. <-- -- __ >>
,i7' The joripple helpless ate, ., Florida Ve don't call but son e 'r -b
; And !striving forward to the brink week. which{i\ w ronvened during t! the joys have tretnendouipprtites. *\ -)r\-.;. -(_' .. Jr r...l") aJO1ICULTURAL ...,' alone and unaided, would fail. !'j Study:; : >

'tt a, Eae/\time arrived too late. Your correspondent.\ was in''LII f.orr.-H, In ', I'r', \' and dee/investigate while you' dig _and M

'S l \Vben Jesus therefore! saw, he said.1 i the statement irla, wefk paperre- Don't pay 2.k for u: phain, graphite If' .

"Xiitt"''wOuld thou then be whole?]I' gar in. the () II l t or ('has. we sell one forllflc. Tie Miami Cycl Potatoes' .; .
Tb4 ('rlPI. answered "Sir Christian to Kentucky Co. INTEIlE5Tj We would again advise one ttf& ''
e., : no man lie should "... . every |
/Will lift, me to.the pool; \, bave,stated that tIr. Chrl"lUtn goes to "-I plant at least en'ouglrof' Irish potatoes-*" ;..
But while \ ra",1, 'another'comes Kentucky ftr tJu'I"irposel,, ', ofbringing LINTON LjOQIC.Mr. for their own use; |and during the coot .- -s
- / And steppeth in'my' stead:' to the'Groye: a horse' and, cot aY Mr. winter nights and days is the best.time, ;t
/ The Blaster answered unto him' W'. W. CuJtiertsort. r'olM* wh Ot'rril lied} }[r. SJ ek' ,to grow,! them .., = I

/ "1.*!.<' take mnt kv bed," \ Everyone) anticipating' II, a royal hors;.yts moving ttcroVfi'. 'the street t< EDITED BY JAMES A. PINE. Good Koads.uVs .- >'-
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.." -I\ H I v time the.at tht grand supper tube, given O.one*(). Brown ownedby is spending Mr.<,l 1 nines.a few day! I Postmaster--- at.Cocnanut..,. Hrov i;; ..l ttreeriMiami soon as.our new rock roast 'be- '<
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by I and
Housekeepers 'I
O Lori, the time will surely come on Thanksgiving Jiere awaiting Short Cocoannt'Grove jscompleted
When those who toll and walt. evening. :Mrs., peacock has determined with orders Conll1 having otIure niadqarrajigements Clark:!! solicited practliitl by Agricultural articles! on Editor this! Subiect'at anil shook e it will be an object l lesson

Shall yet receive |wine Just reward that her Deputation') forlprepar-| saShim the; Providential\ to be adilresW to him at CnciKiimt Grove.On to ourJarmera and truckers as to what
BeyondlBethesda's\ ing a genuine \ can tie: \! done and roads '
gate. holiday feast !(shall be Parson Williams will , ----, ; at short inter
Though m step before. ' fully sustained, and is straining/ every his remove with Staking Tomatoe.. Gals from the bay: straight back', to the
And every it\lltetbY dead. i nerve to have everything Just right. family to Miami assopn as the,par rocky '' Everglades will be a necessity. The S
sonage !sNroinpletedto.ltake of our pine lands 'it is not
charg
To one wfl come The[ thought of that delicious plum difference in hauling capacity of -
every the coloreu Baptii't' there. practicable to apply this manner, of wagon x
a Arise, take up thy bed. pudding and thi-lSt pumpkin ipies is Eggs lareot lr,10 celia, a'dozen and'ht'ns cultivation, as in many places it oiild" and teams will soon. pap for construction -_ '

,' .. .. makil1 th inhahihniitit, nprvnii' .. I,' with,. .--- are determfJIt',1 l not''\ro\vflsti* their be impossible to'Urive, : a stakebut: in to say nothing prevention ,
of
GROW CAMPHOR Peasant expectation and each one has valuable, time for '" our Glades it can be done, and @ damage to products by bumping
TREES.A : andaVonsequence
d determined to fast, for twenty-four/ such'MnalJ' pay, solo\ over rough rocks. Besides the '
country
few are
as hen frultris going to.apply it tbit" ]
friend of the MKTROPO'LIS, who 'is hours beJ re' the event' f t.'U' oil their from the N irth tell scarte.Letterk of cojd- ., But let no one think he can take fife year or 4vilf never open up M it will after '

deeply interested in calcu- buttons tightly, and go prepared to do si ix acres and alone and comparativly easy'roethodprtraveli k .
anything ; fu justice tb the'feast.' disagreeable weather while i we are !'lit.- unaided take ing '' '
I l Hated' to promote development of will be served'froth, it to 8 Thejsupper slid; afterwards ,UuJ:.:1:111.: ...011;, vcrandatpjuying! i the are of them in this manner.. One 'ofur" js proYlded. -: -

\| this st'etion.a'nd who, having served in a dance will hem in p.ante Ice- oceanP brecfies'tt'ith'hinq' ' ltl then'mosrluifo'bytcay a o most successful gardeners, who :
of,, cartel V. taked last year and i is! going to do BO; CIIUR H' AND
(the United States :'navy for thirty cream the and cake wilj' be served luring There has been quite a |Itt\l eeaeite- (thiS yea, says that he calculated onmt ,'RtLIGIOUS xom.', .

i !;six years, visited all parts 'of the 50 cents evening.jThe;and it will price he of tickets are lent in our usuallyquiet\ town1' ( r the hand to every one and a quarter

I'" 'globe and has'' had exceptional opp rr, don't get ydur aulntyou past few days: Sunday it!!was rumored cres. lie puts from five to six thou- EDITED BY E. V. BU1CKHAK.I .
" '* {unities for has will your' money's worth.) The that F. ,W':. Chapman had ''tendered: hissignation a'nd plants"to an" acre. This means .Pastor of Het hodin Episcopal Church, MfamL > K :
proceeds
observation called our !'go towards! lifting the
is thousand .
re as postlnasteil, and ffonV stakes, or 7,600 tol the
club out of debt the
Attention Confident to the camphor ,tree., Hei' ought to be well and patronized entertainment. 'To that time till Tuesday morning: yeti, ere. Every plant ought ,to bear a( Regular Cervices at the M. E. church }

t it could .be '\'made to flourish" those from' Miami, accommodate ions were circulated think and fast fast:: one basket: of tomatoes. There next Sunday. morning and evening.' 4 .. '. '
,; 'jn this vicinity land that the produc c* to attend! the ; who desire -one recommending, Sirs.iiI. E. Stir 4 r \six baskets in a crate.So 'on'oneicreNhe 1tev,1F,1 Faris > .<,;."- '.

Ii i tion'of camphor on a large scale could front the foot/of Avenue1''aunch' D at will''the start link and one J. I). }'ren'IH while anther ought to get 1,000 crates. 0 lyterian church will', pastor of the liesf .. "
reg oitrsenb preach in'the
recommending I S. S.;Linton sent'in slip-shod,half-starved metlH I
j be made one of the most important In- ular hour }O :31J a. In.,1 and Will; also d ofcultivation p lavilidn Host Sabbath morning and
make ) i immediately after the change of ad-;; p will do this; but in-
1dustries Florida another trip at1 in the afternoon evening.
of -
Aside from its ninistration elligentj\borough liberal
is supposed tube! resting cultivationnd '
returning aftl"rth'e ,
Value as a commercial product, heals e : feast.j j somewhere in tie| bosom of the chief, fertilization will do it. One bas At Lemon. Barnett lIndai Novem- ",
\i informs., us that jthe JacksoriP"8CCk., Jr.and' MisslIamie \ e xecutive awaiting resurrection. 'Who, Jet tit a plant If. not extravagant, take her 21, Fr. will hold Service
( ; camphor tree is '
Rink were inade man ands wife in will be the winner it'i' n t easy to : Otte| whole' > seaso'1throu, h, and within at the h'ome oflr, Curry at 7:30 in'tbe .
: 4rp.large, ,beautiful and ornamental, the parlors of ,the Inn last 'Sunday\ I guest, 'as all have .advantageswhich t 1 t wo months tinif,'from commencement Vening. This service wiII.be held

ijandtbat\ it fias anti-mosquito: proper. evening at 6:80j o'tinsel by Rev.Ua.1 will tell in their favor. Mrp Stirling? t 0 ship, the marketing is all done. regularly for the present. ,; ,

,I'ties. He says that he often noticedAwhile church.Bolton! pastor.A of number Congregational! is centrally'!,, located, which Will'be ''ap +[But, except for the,. protection d! At the home of ilr..Fickle in Buena ....
large of
walking iri, the parks,in Japan, the c rrnony, .which personswitnessed was railroad preciated 'by those {living west" of the gainst' the cutworm, staking rs of Tit Vista next Sunday" November ,:21, at .,..:\.
a while Mr. French
; fibs his record t1 le value without pruning\and here is 3:00 In the afternoon "
a will be .r
among camphor trees, that he, were pretty ind SerYiee
one d. The
en- .
... : was. t brideooked as a $oJdierwhi( shoiild altt ;; mere intelligence comes ihsto direct held by Fr. :
Virely, free from the of very in a handsome,dress ay'a ; Bartlett. This service will I
attacks be
sweet
fflosquioes a drawing card. nd here also is be held -
; of Either e where work'and time regularly until further notices _:
sand other insects. ;;, 'wbereas' ,;:only satin'plain white ,trimmed! ; with, white make a good official Ie 8am'sproerty ,,c'mss in. \ ti .
ribbons the Divine *
few elegant service, at the Catholic
simplicity
would be' safe in their chQt'ch' '
ft hundred hands s
yards away where of continual going over the.
there
which.was plantai -
relieved
next
by a large "clys Mr. is Sunday will .beas follows : Holy
Chapman tearing loin
his :;
i were no camphor'' trees, the ter of beautiful 1 t.i in, pinching and pruning is net sMass
1 insects s r ses. [The groom was hose preparatory to moving. it to and sermon, 9 a. m.;- Sunday : '
*ere very annoying1. This fact is eertainly the picture of happiness$ and content MIami, where he will go into 'business. easy stem The blossomcomes'right out of' school, 3:30 p.-m.; 'Rosary and Bene-
ment. Mr. Cha .iPeaCdCk' (main ; these must be preserved; tenon of the
Blessed
worthy f. note In connection gavel away lIe is also moving the house formerly y while the branch Sacrament 7
{ the bride. A.ft 1'the growing out at.t
\, ceremony the ccupied by1 Mr. Slack. W
With the subject inJFlorida.! are glad axel of each teat 8S30t
t" The gen whole party'' repaired Ito' the Unto that land is ' must be plucked o
'tle nan referred to xpects to procure chapel, where the regular. our stationar.} ,or\ve-should,; a+soon as possible after.maki an ap 6:.ia nefore ,
e servicesjof\ expect to see, it take start [s'ome fine Benediction besides a few[ .: Nor
number,of camphortrees and to plant the. Presbyterian'congregation[ were r morning for ,Miami.:, .j, j ji pearance. After-reaching five feet stroked,just as service 'is about to be-'f' v; ,
the
so[ terminal bud should
be
them 'on his fine 'tract"ot land the being held, and listened,, the sermon : . . 'Ll hipped gin. HolyMasa on week dais at tS:SS, -
on i and ;
i t
of
by Ke.v. W. W. Paris. : After church \ pur. length growth stopped, being -> a. HI., ThevAngelusbell is three
tbayj\ \ front at'the corner of the bay was over, the happy couple proceeded M. E. Sunday School Pie ic. careful to leave a bunch of leaves i times eve \day. viz., at rung ft a. m'at] : of

drive and 2d street.. tE < to their new home on' Silver. Bluff, The Sunday school of the Methodist on(eatreme'point. The whop growth;, i noon : and at X p. m. Standard.,;time

J Tbe consumption pf camphor is con.. which had been completely furnished church enjoyed a very pleasant excursion t of 'plant thus goes into the five or six' is followed,tht mahout LL's.
"8t tidy I: by the groom in anticipation of the, down bunches ot-frnit;along the stem, Be-cur. .
increasing. It has the last
bay
Saturday ,
more'thanci morning AtTrinitychutt
of Ayentie
v happy'event of. last SuNda .- The METBoroLis ing large, well developed specimens. : i corner ,"'
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r; ubJt'd during the past five years. It; extends its heartiest congratulations \- on the steamer Katie. \Quite a las.tomatoes to'a basket were produced i Band 10th street, there, will be on SundayiXovember "l'P' :

is qsed largely. the manufacture of then and well wishes to the newly large number of children andhrrownperso ] year where proper cultivation \ 21, a Celebration of the'.: ; '.:.."IiL :: ,
married pair and went on the trip Thf; -boa t pruning were given. We will have Hole Eucharist, with brief address, at
smokeless expresses the ;
powder. ,
} hop left the Avenue
which
Japan foot of D aboud
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730
13..40In
) : mote a.m.13imday School
that their married life be to say about this hereafter. at 10i; a sec "
aspires to become one of the leading continued with may one Jong .. It was the intention to'gn' as I ond Celebration of the IIoly\Eu bOlle1mobn; \ .
;
Prosperity a'e '
as Elliot Keys but when. they got i sermon i at 11 "
military\ powers of the world, produces as'a permanent guest'at their fireside ', '! Tie Outlook. ; Catechism at 2:00
far Hawks '
t; as channel the
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bree-fourths The bride waves p. m.;; Evening service at 7:1p.l m .
over ; of all the camphorof has been an occupant of the : ,
so That Unless' .
rough several the party. all signs and On
experienced fail
'the household of Mr. arid Mrs. prophecies Thanksgiving Day November:) ,
world and the emperor has the Inn for, two years and Peacock ol a severe 'qualmy feeling and our, truckers will have a good seaso there will aJCelebration: of the| HQJyrl'"V' : ;
thought\ of absoJut ll-ProbibitinJt theexportation the a .favoriteamong ; i it was deemed advisable to turn back, so far as prices are concerned. Commission Eucharist at: 7 a. m., and Morning-."*-" : s.4..1tI
young people of the Grove 1
of camphor which they did and proceeded iW far a s met) are already sendingquota- Prayerand Sermon at 10:30 .
so as topre- The is of a. m '
groom a son ? \
Jackfyn and; Cape Florida'where the excufuonists\ tions and, and the :At 'St.: Agnes '
ventjthe 'smokeJessPO" Martha Peacock stencils prices Chapel, Avenue F and
manufacture of has lived here all his'I embarked \
and enjoyed severalhours quoted on ome things lire } llth street there wilfbe '.
good ,
other life arid holds a high place in very ; on> Sunday, -
Ider by nations.- For this the'es- strolling along the beach and even this in November '
the'se8l0n.
teem of the residents of visiting early The excessive : Morning Prayer and er-- ,
reason Great Britain ,lis. 'jiiinglibe.boast i [BI nity-cm account of bis good this character comma- the old' light house. On the ho fward rains during October, and now mart at 8 a. m., and Evening Prayer J"

E'8 to stimulate{ the production n and industrious.habits. On trip when within 15 minutes tIde o;f theerydryweatheraretheextrem es and sermon at;tJ<< :30 p. m. On WednesdaYovemberU.E'enlngPrayerand''
;, Monday the city the Reamer got agrouh'd' which make hard :
'
-of camphorin those the '!, and work, at times, in '
|lot its colonieswtiere'jthe young couple'were treated to ;
climate delightful serenade by a the party had ,the 'pleasure of r main- felting crops started, and make it dif- Instruction at7:30,p.m, f -4
: and'poii are suitable a large I transplant and set out. If ti _
of the homeThe
of
Ttrisjis alsq the reason the United young people th community needs _
why r@' : anyone patience, perseverance
Stags {Agricultural Department has Mr They Peacock.w ;inv.ited and treated into,;to'aisumptu the ':house by ,best of the dilemma by indulging al l; and faith, it,,is gardener. We shall '

shown (such marked interest{in'ca mrefreshments feast -ndtakt*. After th e<- I their the recreation cramped quarters they could wouldallow deviiet and. are watch the. with successful much ones.interest to see who PIULIJ "mVSuppository:
'
phorirjeea recently: It is protected by were served, the guests All things come to an end however .. andi J .guaranteed, to'cure Files F

a big duty, and it is not improbable. indulged dancing until, a late hour and at half past'ten o'clock) thejKwerr, \ Book refunded.50 cents Constipation per box., or Send money,for; ,
.
*"" if h Demand for 3' J landed safely'pn'! terra firma. F' ery- Gardening; Hit-of testimonials and Free Sample to -
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camiphot.contin'ueto : Special body expressed themselves i We;,are well aware that theory alone UABXINiRUUy.Eeidstered Pharmacist
increase for the oextfew< rates to parties wishing a as hayipg avery Lancaster Pa. For sale by l leading druc-
: ;, years as.it wheel each afternoon'for hue hour dui' enjoyableday.;, ] will) rnt| make a successful gardener or 'Istsa.-d in Miami,Fla.by W,B.B '\EY, ,

bas daring: the last half\(decade, Uncle fog the' week.-; -JheMiami' Cycle Co. ----+/ m ; i j .'horticulturist", but' he. much mistakes r

Sam may stimulate its_ production! with C :ii .. . .., .. iELLIOlTSj i-I j I Yore: CORBESPOXPEXCE-Use Well-' the importance and utility of theory :epov19 k

,a boa ty;, !! 'KEYis I! printed Stationery. Get it reasonable. I who sneers or scoffs at study and boot ..
l' { ] \ but lore on\the subject of plant growth and,
get it JootIGet it at the MEROP SPLENDID-- -
Platt ; trees whether \ -
; for
\jCatnpbor l dus ' the sciertte of[fertilizing With a mind
leti'p office. ::
their' i f Jl; C. Harris Miami th t tf well stored with N. -
beauty as ornamental trees, or, I .. theory and knowledgeof
I
for comfort, (account\ofltbeir' ,.nt\- Biscayne Wednesdajnoight. J plant! life and food, anyone Is better 3 pb fiI1ti1J 1"
| Horace ,A1 ,' C. C. HA KllL &: CO.'S.Fahc. able to'! the .
bury : thda;; party of ppJ1\| practical part"ojth@ I
mosqujto} properties for profit but ( : ,
rown
Creamery Butter is
; the !
folks ver in ,,'
I young to a fine-sail Sunday in business gardening as well as othei f
plant them.-- ......."'. ;,-J- . bis pretty little sloop;fe'Silyef.. I BEST in this market. For sale'''ln business,. Knowledge is power( .. I T THS .
] ji trees ' I ; Miami by U, J. Egger & Co., ., E. tical j knowledge prac
camphor ; t'' Miss Lizzie combined .with theoretical I i
Sweeting, was ,pro, Lbmmus,and T.lN.\ Gauti r., 12nOv-t. t \' .'Ill win success where either ero 01Office
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- ,16 THE MIAMI. METIZOPOLISr! NOt 19 1897. i
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: : i Buena is not possible be with a credit Poor to atat1oneryl;' \, \, \, r."ISCELLANEOUS'COt.LEbTI I NFscessTre GENERAL OFFICIAL DIRECTORY .

That:executed at the METROPOLIS: olllce : ._.......-- i

, f Vista: I i I is O.. K. and.up-to-date. ::1 gncss A )ti.lUftbaKrdICompU.at.," reiWU-d Witliej I \\\ishing- ner\-ou5 system tea, drinking shatters' fhe- MAYOR-John CITY B.OFFICERS.Iteilly.ALDEBMEX t t .

I ton, ho]>elesfclyj "that I have said the .jures t.hel!appetite, deatroystittdigestiro ""Jos. A. McDonald, Hon. \,
I It I A Tempting Offer. i I ,uronjf thing hgam.'f 1 Organs and causes So I tsays F. S.JIorse, W. M. Brown,E. T..Brady,
Wei offer, lots I, 2 and 4 of Block EMiamiii.l 'Towhom".**T \i '! ''Y a Sew York physiciin. feet.' : Frank T.,Budge IX'Cosgrqve, Walter 8. ).,'
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f | situated 'the south 1 i Graham:
on
They are "M'iss Seeranbauni I was ompli- "
Nicola Tesla, the famous t'1t'cJrit'ian., CLEB1t+ Graham. '
CITY -.Tobn M.
Cottage side of the river.' Theeej lots comprise a
her her coustume, and on
:n1t"l ting dnj\ "
t tract of land hating a frontage of ':Jl i feet la'venture I told her that $hq! took the &says that ;nt-arly all Iong-lived {Arsons MARSHAirYonrg F. Gray. I
,. fRC.'iDgthe} river; also 100 feet front on ; { have becnj great sleepers. lie behaves Crrr 8t'BVEToR-A. L.Knowlton. .r\\
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f that it \ positively -
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Two'miles north of Miami, Avenue D.and 200 feet on 18th.street pan complete- asj that: if a man could sleep 1H hours a PRESIDENT qv Couscrii-Hon. F. S. "
j. found out the '
close to the ,Railroad; Depot ; We bought these lots cheap lest May and I life-like. Ijhaxe just day, without! the aidof j: narcotic, he Morse. |I
Ji minutes fnm 'r, the offer' the' three for$1,650.I, Will be pleasedto ,character I she vas-aiuming''l"U might li"eI200ears.' STANDING COMMITTEES 1
b 1 j"liew I show them at any time.218tf '. hat w-as itT, \ \ \ Patrick \Klliger old l Os FiNANCEt-Brown/: and Mo
an >achclort
;
: Building' ROBBINS & GRAHAM. "A lady of U epre'edinglcentury..Waghington '\' ."- sup- Donald.
[ 1srge,\airy
ported himself chiefly by Urging, : in 1
:, I &tlrooms.\\ i I Btn>h. \ ..I : OK RULF.S'AND'OBDDJuca-GrahaIDr
I \ the streets Dublin. He'becime: hi, I.l
I \ McDonald and Brown.
1 : 'Hunting,! Fishing, Boating -, \ > wholesale firms your \ Onn.Vn insisted, .
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standing\ is often'calculated by the appearance The\Snnaet\ and on wearing1 his uigtnd a ,ON STREETS,AND IMPROVEMENTS 'v"
.., French; Cuisine.j ofthe Stationery} that you old Scottish i woman had gone cup ,nightcap., I I after his death the sumo ot'' Donald Cosgrove and Budge. I...
; I ust>. That turned out at the MFTROP- \\isit to her soldier son at:a garrison! J:1,035 in bank .notes was !found under Ox SANITATION-Budge:: Brady and \k

: \1 Chas. Courly, ., Prop. OLIS office is of'a quality you u)ay be 'town where an le ''elllnigu was'fired. his,wig'j' : ; Coegrove. iOsr

, 2Utfisl\ ' proud.of., tf When the gun boomed forth: the hour Coffee derives its name:from Raffa, WATER A&D FIBB PBOTEC'1' olf- 4-

,. she ,was very mych> stn tled.j; 'i East Africa :\'here the berry was',flrst Coegrove, McDonald and Browii.Ox :':
POUCB AND CHABmKa Brady,
U Inhlarm.
"What noise that? she ,
ask raised Mocha coffee U BO named froma
I and Graham
: .I' ;,., \ . i i j i l port on f the Red sea, in Arabia.whereit Coegrove \- ,<
'"Oh, that's sunset,"answered the son. collected and shipped?'' The
was POSTMASTER
l. AT 11r.un-J. S. Warner.
M1AMI\* "Losh kccp'uj1t' she exclaimed.' "I first coffee house in England was ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-Frank Pierce. -
\\ didna ken the sury)gaed do\sn\\i''adunt opened in Oxford in'1651./ ' \ .,
1' like that." Tit-nita. : ,'i
( :- fJ-I, |\ \ ,In six months wheat;will'shrinklin\ STATE,OFFICERS.
I I \ (Offices at TalUna itee.Fla.)
\ : Ted'I'a Qa.rJ'.' '\ ,tOne bulk two quarts to the; bushel l" or six GOVERNOR-Wm. D. Bloxbsm.
: \ BUSINESS and RESIDENCE11110"I'SI \ brother WGt\!\tall' andlslim\ l'! \, per cent It\therefore follows that94* SECRETARY by STATE-Jno. L. Craw-
The other. and ahort '
chubby cents the
\ a bushepnugu.st.just after
.
\ Trod sat looking,,at them one night.. \ fordCOJTPTBOLI.ER
II" i\ ** 4 Apparently lost t* thought. heat is threshed, is equal to onedollarIn H. Reynolds. _
( '! .' "Mamma he'a!'k !d. at length \ the following FebruaryJust \ TREASURER Whitfield. *
: ." I' : I : "\hlch would you like beat\, : before;' his death I C., JeromeCary NEY-GnWL-Wm. B. Lamar.
\ I 11\ For me to grow north and soUth, like Tom of Milwaukee, directed that his StTPEBISlERDEST\ PUBLIC.IireTBCO-
\ Or like Willie from to west?"
east
., \ TloN-Wm., X. Sheats
, Jr'it : Sale' ...... \ : i ': Pearson's Weekly'. body be cremated and the ashes used td C/OMMISSISSIONSROFAOBICULTURK-L. c-
Now ,
II _, nourish a certain 1"Ose.lu'sh. He further -! "B.
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\ i' CACSE FOR TIIANKFILAESI. > If
, : Wombweil.GESERAt
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: directed that the roses be distributed -
: i -Patrick Houston
4 N ; I, \ among his friends.

Frog 100 to $:1OQO\P LotAccoroing :,:. \ An electric mouse trap'is something R.SUPREME F. Chief COURT J ustice.w JUDGES.

!> rice er an new.electric A bit wire.,of cheese The 'mouse Ik attached'ot rat to to F. B,Taylor Carter,,Associate Justice. If

: \ stand I i M. II.Mabry, Associate Justice.
get'at the bait must on a metal
\4 \ to L ca lOn \ plate, and the moment he touches the Communications to any of the State. 4-
- j\ \ \ Nw Officials or:Supreme' Court Judges should
cheese he Is shocked
to death.
r" : 'I\ be addressed to Tallahassee, Florida.
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X shorthand typewriter[ js in use in \ -
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1'. : \ ,1"" I Boston. The size is eight' inches by \ U.S.SENATORS FLORIDA -

3 :,: : ,Railroad fare'to Miami over the Florida East Coast'Railway will be refunded to ,kr seven. and it is supplied with a roll of lion. Samuel Pasco Montieello Fla. (r"'

,{ # each purchaser'V>f a: lot, provided purchaser will produce,receipt branch fare which paper.: The reporter listens to a speaker Hon.Stepheo R. Mallory Tallahassee,. +

: t.t receipt will 1** received' .oa cash in part payment for.lot: t\ I I Ill fingers,the keys, and the, speech istaken Fla. _

', ", : tt, Call on JOIN| B. RElfiLY\ Agent?, down on an endless'roll. UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN l -

1 \' :Fort Dalla Land Miami Herr Brunei, an actor in Vienna !FIRST DISTRICT Embracing the East
: Company theater while performing, the part Coast-Hon. R W. Davis, Palatka.' ,

.? I' Or J. E. \llNGRAHAM: Yic -Pr 't,,: I: .l : of a appalling man who' news has, puts just ''his received man SECOND, Tampa.DISTRICT-Hon. S. M.Spark- I,

i.io-tMs. : Fort Pallas Land ((3o\; St. ,AugustineFla.Ir face in his hands, and silently j,
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i weeps. On turning his countenance'to RAILROAD COMMISSIONEOS.
.' \ i ., B. H. M. Davidson, Quincy, Fla Ch'u
t
.; / r the audience, they note its palen ;s, f
r caused by the chalk on his hands. One II. EL Day, Gamsville.
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/ Little Br s. Fertilizer "'* 'Phosphate Co. His Lordship You Americans have night a wag put. lampblack in.his pock- J.John M.L Bryan.Neeley, Kissimmee.,Jr., Clerk Arcadia.I' '

ro ancestors! ets instead of the usual chalk and the Headquarters and offices of the Boardat

'Ladyship--Ynll( \ so we have nothing face he uplifted was ludicrously black. Tallahassee.' I .

JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA\ tolne| do\\n.-.?i\\ Y. Truth. NEWSBOYS OF FAME.
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I I UNITED STATES COMMISSIONERS
t: No Longer Interesting John B. and M.Featherly ,
Ex-Senator David-B. Hill \in.sa train Reilly Wesley -

1 F "These Once'people bloomer loudly clothed mocked! I'll throw'away at th m. ; newsboy, and his.route wad between Miami.
Manufacturers of High-Grade1 i rl r[ But what's the use?" they heard her say,* Albany and Buffalo. He worked hardin 4

"Slnc. no one now seems\ shocked at his ,business, ,' and before he was 14 T SENATOR FROM 13TH DISTRICT
them, ," : (Embractuir Brevard and Dade Conntiet)
. '.. -4\Vashington Star. '- had made and saved: $500 in profit Hon E. N. Dimick, Palm Beach. j

} \ Tomato Giro ers should 'use'.the Best Fcrfzer, Because f4 est Ii \ Inempected."Haven't l : Thurlow Weed, who for' ninny decades
was great power in dew York DADE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE
for bttt'n something.sir f
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';.::1'I" I 1J.U 1 I I the cheapest.' ", I I.l ,\ !I ?" said the you waiter r 'to the diner>he find national politics, began life as a Dr. B. B.Potter of West,Palm Beach.

'._ Little .i Bro, .'\1,\,Vegetable\, :No. 1, and Little, Bros Tomato did" not I 'have belie\e in'mays tips.'If >.,keep' it for' your, newsboy.Manning, and who so was did a cabinet the late,minister Daniel COUNTY-OFFICERS.' .

L: ., -L 1: .,Sp' ciar are the Best Brands) on ,the. N honestyl" :you* 'n! '' during term.Mr., Cleveland's first presidential Bounty County Judge At.tornpy-R.-Allen R.E.Taylor Hejser Miami,Ju o.

j } :; ; market.for tomatoes.'I ''I' ""Thank you, sir; You left this'pock-- Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder of
\: A \ 'shook Ion chaff. It probably Nearly 40 years ago the New York
! ; P. your Deeds-A. F. Qninby,Juno. ,
: ( L J ; ipped prom jour: pocket.."-Philadek Children's Aid society took charge of Sheriff-E. ''J. Chilling worth, West r
, JOHN ELLIS; Agent I .
tibia i'ress. > 14'! i a small street waif named Andy Burke, Palm Beach.'
\ I He had been selling newspapers, but Collector pt Taxes--T.,J. Hardee Cocoanut -
: 2IA2CL A Soft AD..er. the, sent him west to e
society grow up Grove.
,; '' "{'''carD to ask y our:donsetit to marry,' with the country. succeeded sowell Assessor of Taxes-:-O.C.Haight, West
: i your daughter," Said\\ ihe young (man: that he was made governor of North; Palm Beach. '

:', tfgs.North ,)\ith"a trembtmg6ice| Dakota some five or six years ago. I TreasurAf--J. F. Lamond, West. Palm
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"\ou re a f ooL air"ishoute3theLratefather. Beach. '
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The "Silver Orator"
t Tongued of Con-
r '1 Franklin Sheen West Palm'''
MiamiThe \ ::i Surveyor
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: ) necticut was a newsboy the Grand
,.. '
"\VelI, Really, LdJ n'tjthink you'd object Beach. ,
Central depot in New York when he
have the Connty Superintendent of Public ID
to familysir.
one more *(
; 'j' , '\ i -Yonkerts Statesman ,attracted tha ittention of gentleman Btraction-Z. T. Merntt Buena Vista.
t' named Waller and his wife, who took
..: ." ... S \ i.:.- .1'Time' Are ,1Ird. the lad Lome with them, gave him, BOARD. WPitta.Lakd OF COUNTY 1Yonb..Chairman.COMMISSIONERSN.
:
; tf / i I : \ .: I Delegation of KeformeraM\came to their name and educated him. He is G:-W;hainehart; Pafm Beach. ,
i\jsee if:yo4 wouldn't join us in an'effort. nov Thomas N. Waller, a well-known W.J.' Shone, Cocoannt Grove.E. .

rt t( ew.'I.I- Will :Operate :. to to elevate'the'\ stage. I '\! \ lawyer, and has been governor of the L. White,Lemon City.
; \ Manager tainly, ':'gentlemen, car- ntmeg atat .". S.Tancre. Bobs Sound. '
tainly. liut it would jamoiint to\tlic| Clerk and Auditor of Board-A. F.

Develop theNORTHERN arne thin if I'd lowerthe, )\ scats and it GOSSIP OF THE AUTHORS. Qninby Juno.CIRCUIT .
Terminal : .. 4
:; ., would be good deal cheaper for D1 .-* Maelaren-bop;: that
I Ian : Harold ,Frederic COURT OF SEVENTH JU
\ I I' I Detroit Free Press. '\
:
' ia the American erwho most '
: 1 \ \ DICIAL CIRCUIT.,
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1 Her Standnrilof Beatvtjr. widely read England at present. Dade
I (Embracing and other Countless)
: .1 PORTION, OF., THE CITY. "She said she though II) ,was looking As in the case of Charles Readea there \Circuit Judge--John D. Broome, Or- ,

; "i.) ., .. wellr" remarked the :\ounf man who has lately been-a revival of popular interest : lando. ;
,
,'r I r' \ was very peushe"M in the novels of Wilkie Collins.i Prosecuting torne1-J.. D. Beggt I

: ,,' ; J :. forth ufV Miami i ;Lots ,are only, half a mile from the(New next -minute jesj{ But she 10U asked'lL notice; me, if that I didn't the been M. Paul dramatized Bourget's, and Tragic produced idyl'at', has the Orlando.Clerk of. Court-. F.Qoiaby Juno. x

! ,1' Terminal, 6r a few minutes', walk i J i, Size,, 60x100. think her pet bulldogaslhe handsomest Gymnase in Paris,with Mme.' Jane'Had- on Fall First Term Monday of Circuit after Fourth Court convenes Monday +

.,1 Alley inn read of !lot. -Cool and 'breezy \ animal in- the.city.'MWashingtonStar. . i ing in the leading role. in Non.mhfr.8pritR' .
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every :
,
I' | I Mr. Robert Barrett Browning'is establishing Term on First Monday after
I locations. 1 a'school..atsolo. for Fourth Monday in April. ,
: \, \ : j PER ANj PUNGENT. Italy
:'i I -1 the benefit silk
.. i oft girls employed in the
' S \ Hard work is the easiest way of killing mills thus still closer DADE COUNTY.COURT. '
RICE$50:00: TO$7i 5.OO there linking
1. ( \l time. : '', that spot the'memory of the t. County'Judge-Allen E.Hepeer.Juno.Prosecuting .
V > [ old po Attorney-R. R Taylor
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\ pbody fiver pays an maid when Mrs. ,F. A.Steel, whose Indian stories Miami. .

,f Buy onte, while they .may' be hdci ciieap.' They will'Abe they owe her! money. j -; directly challenge comparison ;,with Winter: Term-First Monday in Janu '
So one is!las fond of his kip and churchas
those of Mr.Kipling furnishes another
...., worth double" : a few ,months' hence, when the New he pretends. l, example .of the success of 'one '(who Spring Term-First' }[Monday April.

'(Terminal is completed. ,!Easy Term.obbins '.' | 't .Any ma'able to eat' {(pie need not comes to literature'comparatively late Summer Term-First Monday in July. '"
<
/ t, \ .worry about his health ,, | ,' in life,like the,author of Trilby. Fall Term-First Monday in October..
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'- "'\ &' Graham \! More national problems are settledin The late }Mrs| W. H BrookfieWlwas
I: : \ l' shoe'shops than in congress. : the'woman whose 'mind most stimulated U.8. LAND OFFICE GAIN8VILLE FLA
/ ; i U. I). Wainwright, Receiver.
The surest test of a'woman's intellj- that of William M.Thackeray,'He
2july9tf-fsi i \ OFFICE. ; J.M. Barco, Register.
. ; i: ", Qr.R POST gence is; her attitude' toward "her drew her as Lady Castlewood Henry, : .
_,, church. ; aWe Esmond the ''book he liked best of all
,: 1 -' f' 1" 1 : Sewing machines and machine pain
: 'Imported Ynelta:Abalbl per ot,,f 10 per pound have(noticed that' the small roan: his.writings. repaired at TheMiami. Co.'s.
> ... i' v' 'Florida'Rrown,one year.Me ;* Yanntaetnfnp in a fight;'talks'most Donating-God .on "I,take my wor>tooserrously..wrltesHall Cycle
\ \ V. Snmatra. TV per 01.10 1.5O4'rib. his. "he's '' 'I" Caine who had asked !-
sidec because to frined
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.. l' '. ,.[: 'o" 1.)a" ceo' ':S"ee' ,JLeaf\GARDEN Tobarrn BEYDorn 40p pr Field Varieties FIELD. nc8rqt., You have probably !observed that him whether he cared for the criticismhis Cheap Wild.Lands.,

11., i Wtpaid.tiH\1iiricUcs25cpr9t.po) per bo.tpaMj relgbt l 125 not freight paid.'" gng orexi r- when you want to talk,'the''other fellow, books received"and I am too much -We offer 50 acres' with good front on the

:J'' ; ' r a p.Dot prep.ld. Cue11mbforj] We per Ib poat'pald.8pns has.the 4me'mbition., \ immersed: in it and in love with it eitherto Bay situated on Key Largo, near Pumpkin -
It.r tejlbp54pa1 Pearl NOlet.the b(> (odder, 25c'rIb.. pmt pld. In lotaol ' be-carned by the warmest" Key being lot 3 of section 12. and 4
a; a lbt orover,not prepW V epr lb., All other l i eeds 'at uaG', .rednced ntpa International Clothes nre like, 1fsesIJ: i< you want'something J away lot 1 of section 13,Township, South
\Stock Food.tOepe rpktr j' ternationaiPonltryFd3eeperpkt. 'ILCAJlERQN, ..tr good, you must\';,j)aya fancy: eulogy or disturbed by1 the severest
-' tf-hf. i- Jackaonrife,Fli4b Range 40 East.. Price $18 per acre.
: i 1 price, even:if-times arts hard. ', censure. 1 Also lot 4 of section 31, and lots 1 and
: ; In speaking' of the Ms that'flesh is' Herbert Spenwy has completed his 2 :of section 33, Township 110. South I
: \ Aj choice elec* heir to;oW'tesh and young-'flesh do not: life work with I the volume the Prin of Range 37 4 East-111 acres. This is a

t"t"an' ,belong, to the same category! eircsof,Sociologj' lIe Is now 70 years peninsula near Madeira Hammock ,on
.IIl""I tiori at',the, office When man'has a good[\horse, it issurprising old, end has been engaged upon thin'work '! the mainland. It has a mile of nice shell ..
Frouau1Me beach. and madeira Price 83
..' .of the METROPOLIS. how unreasonable' ,,he. is: for 36 yearstnotwithstandingthe! Umber. 'per
.j ., ',- !t .I when you Rant to trade him .- fact that;he has been en invalid for the acre-\. j .
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I THE MIAMI IETRO?OLIS, ;Nov. '19, 1897. \ t 7


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i I II li .\ ., GOOD f;HINQS.i ., ': I l PLACES OB1..:s.......INTEREST..... Reliable S eds.I . r
North | am handling A. V?,., Livingstonions'
Miami\ Town !
l I, Lots i Tie' Crust.-'teasaonfut-+*- of' 'flour I, one- I To Be Seen In and-About Bay.i I.Miami and Biscayne, ulk. new Sold crop seed and I keep them,in .' r "t- ""; .

clip olllJ'l..'a of"Fait I ; mix. : Miles. at catalogue prices. Send

Ranging in Price From $30 to $ 150.\ 'ingredients with a life and use a scant I King Tarpon ol the and Miami Spanish. .Mackerel., . Fishbig.. . '10 4 for4 ;Livingston's. fall" catalogue for gar I Idengrs. \ s
Kaptit I JAMES: 1A. Pisa
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cup of ice cold, water to form tb .mass i The Florida Kverglades! ; 4
A. Selected List of Bay Biscayne! Property ;i \I i !SemFniiiVImlian 1 Cam: rd..i( ..' . . :. 9 a13-1' PostmasterCocoanutoroveT ; '
ino a lump. > \ ; . : : : : .. . .
The Punch Bowl and Kuinsj.; : < 2 ,- .
Fruit Tracts and ,Ch ap Lands for Investment.! \; Roast Loin of t.:1mb.-Cofer: the lamb Oapf Florida and the Old Light. '. _. '. 8Fowey I \
'I"'i Frost.: roof \ Kwks Light .' ', .> ., . . 15 '
", ,, Bearing' orange Grot es.\\ ni iih butters pujier.lhang tn front of a The Florida Reefs . .. . . .. :.. ... (s : \ '
1 : No. l Phosphate Land (clear fire, al owing 2 0 minutes t. every Deep Sea Fishing. . A. . .? .. . . . . . 13 'e-Seekers.'L "
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The Coral Oardt-nn! q! :
Choice of Description pound to cook; baste|well during cook Boar Cnt ... . : :.::- : : ::: : .: :::: . :a t 4
Property: Every; >n ing1 )hen cone, pui jt>n a hot dish,and Norris Cut. . .... .. ' .
EAST wrVe Oa ar's! Rock ami Creek . .::::::::: : : . : : 22 REAL .ESTATE EXCHANGE.-
MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION ON BOTH< AND. with mint Raiicf. Klliotfs . . 25 ,
\ Cbrn Starch rJici-Twd. cups of Key Largo: .. .: .(., : :: :: :; :::':. : : :: :' ::: : M \ \ .'
WEST COAST. Grounds .is -- I
The
l I snr4 r, one (;up oft/ tnittert1 four large Sam Hunting Filer's Urove . .: : :::: :::::: ::,: : : :,: : i I

''E L Wdc1eU ; one CUP *** c6rnslarch mixed with Little Rivet, . . .'. . .. . ......'. :. . ..6 Estranging Property for| Property a


;),. marltf-if. ;2iami. F'la.l ,. flour'bgr'\ cup one/of teaipo sweet( infui' niilk| of, three ereanttartar cups_ of Arch Natural Cocoanut Lemon Creek City ;..... : : .:. 1 yon Spf\C hare alty.and Send what Description yon Wand of. what' .

-- one-half| teaspoonful jof soda. IUi *naVli>i4.Z/: :.>)(: .. :: ij'' ?:

\ Dbughnuts.-One cii'p'' sour cr am. Cutler. .. . .. .... . MALABAR, INDIAN RIVEB,\FLOBIDA.. '. "
:. The Royal 1 j. CARROLL
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out C.
ne pinch ofj fait, C. .
; cup sufjar: r egg The Giant lUmhoow . .-. ..5
one mall teaspoonfulrsao l'Qep5cotpljsu5t IFildt/rangell'ildLemon i .::. ::::.,': ::: :: :: 2 Oct. I/i.tf-Ill.; Real Estate Ajrent. ' A

1 makei Wild Lime Groves . . . . .. ... . .. .. . 2.
flour
\ task} and enough to Jsoftdough' .
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; / Baker's! Jlauloven .. . . . . ..... .... .... U -r. ,;
: Of course!to have good doughnuts Snake Creett .. . . . . . _...... . . . :4) "
eream'not' milk. The Crocodile.. . . 10 MIAMI PAINT "I SHOP
you want, I House of l '1uge.. . .. . .. . .. .. . 10 -
\ 1iht SaueeL 'mir 4 sscrtspoon{uls Indian Creek and Oyster Rcds.-. .. .. .. 10 .
\ The Old Kulnson the Miaml..l. ... . . . . : T. J.WEAVER .'PROP-R. '
rnint 'o
ed rriessertspoon uls .
Shop t Fort 1)an:19.. . .. ,., . .l. .. .r. . ; ,
suga oraerquart'r pint;\\"ioe/iar./ W sh A Cruise on the Bay of Florida and Among House, Sign and CarriageDecor&live
the Keys .-.. . : ;:;
the th \
tint; pI,1! )eltreg atom }he The Florida'turf Stream. . .". I+I.. . .. .. ... '
stalk mince finely anSlputipatitreent Eight: Hour Sail to the Bahama: Banks. .,I. . 4..
ct: x41 CLSrltFP n ld the sugar and, yinegur, and stir, till 1 .

the fprmer is dissoh ed. Leisure Bring your advertfein';land job work. Painting :

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A I4her'That' IVtrlHen. Bay Front For SaJe. :
Wap PaPr Hanging. a epeoialty.j
TilewaterofltheR: tcij 1'intd' in FrT.' .., Twenty-one acres with 'ia frontage of 1 Graining Hard-wood Finianjrjgf ;

hardens and pet(, { ifie. th ii andof its bed, 400 feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of } and Kalsominff. All work .., d .
: ] i ifi a stone' falls j id the stream and land lying"between the pliuje of R. R. Me guaranteed. Best 'of reference r
alight I aridtBer in aifewirrKMnentsthoy : Cormick and 'that of A, R. Simmonseoath I!\ will be girraLAreD .' 'J ,
a. { of Cocoanut Grove: The finest and9th St., MIAMI,
and beeorneidrie, st ue. Fish FLA.fii..I
unite piece of land for sale on the Bay for the
: in it3 wafers. money. Price $4,500. Will take. one- 7mayJMr-hf. I fi.fI. i

halt cash "or one-third'cash' if ; ,
--rcr= : only neces' 't 6c
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Q \ Notice .fut Publication. ' sary. A .THE' PEACOCK INN
} t 2-18-tf BOBBINS GRAHAM. _
AND OFFICB AT Gi.v'i;( November U, 1 1I1' |ft '
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Notice if hereby given tMt\'\the followingttler ON4BISCAYNE
named 8 hllli filed n tied Of his intention -r 4'.N' .S BAY 5

make n .ll'foof in sup! ]ort of bis claim,and .
We Manufacture an -jf

SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME!' LOS RATES that KdiReilly, I lied' proof States will! Com be ins M ntsfiionerl df! ber'r] at Jno.'IR.D tax0i. qu IftI-_ __ l kinds f and sizes of ,. Five miles.and BOoth largest of Miami.The'oldest holer. ''

Finest Cuisine and Service. Ko Florida:: on i December 18 1ttvtz'Preaton1.Mills e \ on the Bay. Headquarters 't
Transfer Between Jadtsontille and New ,York. .11 IIL
The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New (J Steamer*: of 'ocoannt trove| Florida, homesteadto I_ for the Biscayne :Bay Yacht ;
2J9db fortownsbiplM the northeast of 19J, *. '
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quarter section Cypress '
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Comanche (new), t 'Algonquin, Iroquois; (Cherokee, i Seminole. south, range 41 cast-4'' I Daily Steam Launch Connection With i IlamlRates$2.OOlser .
Hn names the foljowint wtjijesses to prone '

t ; Steamer's. NORTH-BOUND. i his contl uous residence upon and --cultivation @ i\ Tanks \! ;Day and Upward.
i are appointed to gall according to the tide. Of said Viz ,
laid
From JackBonTlUe, Fla, ] (calliug Charleston), : i- j Special Rates by the Week. rCLAS.
From Charlestort.' S. C-, I- j. Mondays Sundays/Tuesdays;Wednesdays and and Thursdays. }1. W. Jai.kFon, of Coeoan t (;Jrpve? ,;FlA. ; .... I .
|Fpr hours of tailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or%Jacksonville auc| Charleston dally papers.Fridays. J. J. McAllister, of Coooannt Grove, Flaj: DAYISt\ } EACOCK SON,, PropUrsCOCOAXDT .
G. H. & SOH
1. SOUTH-BOUND. i 8 J. Ke'e)', of Cocoanut yrovet Fla. ,

d ., Steamers are' pointed to pall from Pier 29,East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows) C. E. DaVis!, of Cocoanut OrovejFla.12nov17dec Palatka> FI<\. GROVE, FLA. .. a.
For Charleston 8. C-, -j Mondays! and J. M.JFAEdo, Resist ; S'Write for Catalogue. J-24-W4-JH-. Openi .
; s *or Jacksonville}Fhu, calling at LWesl Mondays!, Wednesdays and Fridavs Fridaya. T I I 1' I lS" \All the Year. 1.1 1


Clyde Hew England 1 and Southern. Lines,
; I LAND OFFICE AT OAINSVIILI.: ; FLA.,} The Plant System.Perfect .0;'
; Calling at Charleston 8. C., ,both ways. ,; | :November, 18M. j 'I.:
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STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND; fcOEO. W' CLYDE." 1 Notice, M hereby given that! tl e following j

/I 1 TAre appointed to sail-as (,follows! named .final has filjd notice Of |her intention Passenger Service i }

From' foot. of Hogan Street Jacksonville' From.Lewis's Wharf, Boston to make proof in support of her claim and Reaching the Most Important Points in Georgia Alabama '..
i. I THURSDAYS i i ..FRIDAYSICLYDEjS that said proof will be made before W. M. .4
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Featherly, JU. S. Cotntnis-iloner ftt Miami. South Carolina Florida Cuba and t
'ST. & ; ,
| JOHNS RIVER LINE. Florida, on December 18, 1897| vl4l i Mary Niles .. .

'(DE BAfY LINE') \ : :\ \\ nee Moffat, ol Lemon City Florida!! homestead I Nova ,Scotia.MQ ; .

: t-Zacksonville; \ J:'Landings'\ ![ 'Enterprise, F1a.\ and' Intermediate. 2'2,9jor of Sestina/ the 2 cast and half east of.half south. -north we)ft one-fonnh west one- \ ; SJp>lexa.+ <3J.c3. I tte1. zsr

on the Si. Johns Riv r*. |I I .| fourth ot cction 25, Township 52 South, R. gefortyone ":-,

-The elegant aide-wheel steamer'I' ; : ''I I\ East. j.\ apa \ ..,
'CITYOFJACKSONVILL; \ She names the following witnes s 'to prate -1

II her continuous 8 residence upon andl cultivation. i:
j CAPTAIN W. A. SHAW \ \ 1
4.., \ \ of said land, Hz;
ireJacksnnrlll0.. .. ......'. ..U..h.:..,*... .;Sllndayll.TuesdaYI ab4 Th irs! ysat3aolp.m< Mary Dout It, of Lemon City Fit ': ?
Enj-nlng Leaves Sanford ,'."".|... ... .. ..4. Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday at 9.00 a. m. Senle Douttit, of Lemon City Fli!, L..
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sUUTedIf-bUUi4D \ .. SCHEDULE. E f10R 'Ji.Bo Nu James flub I, of Lemon City, Flat'\ : .
doun \ lIe'ad M. A. Mf flat, of Lemon |
1.eav. a'3I p. m. .. . .. .. ...JACKMUNVILLIL. ; .. . '' . ... Arrive iii up.. in. nod cli' J. M., B.\Rcolneglster. .J

%'I i'I : : :: :: \ :: :<. :t :.,:: : ::':.: :gt.Palatka.AatOr.Francis. : . : : : :: ::: : : :: ./( Leave: f.(00,g: ::. Notice ""I." tle J<;:

., .1.. . .. .. .. . .. .. . Beresford. . . '. It. .. J1,30, n. for Publication.. \ ? ..:
.. . ..., . . 'Blue 1 ''
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a. m. Springs .. . tKy
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a' OFFICE TAINESTILMS
drrra tl30.a.m. i ... .. . :.. . .. .sanford . . . . .<' ," ,, .1: I\I .. a1\ LAND AT, November 1, i&FtA.i ..
1 9 2\ a. m. .' . 1." ', .. . ... .Enterprile, . . . ( . . ". 93011 10. I4 (
r' \NoIce h hereby given that the foHowingnanied .1
iQeiural Passenger and .Ticket OJftc, !2O.t: Iret Bag.'Sired, aekeondltel\ settler Has filial notke of her intttltlon'to Ta i

I make final pni>f in $support of her claim and =
'JN0 L'_ HOWARD..s-r.\\ \ IACt80Nrn.La- t \ F. M.IRONMONQER; j JR. F. P: 'A. that |aid proof will be made 'tK-foretW.t M -

T.a.; ;| EQER' T. M.:! . W.,H.. WARBURTON.., FLA.E. P.A{. a/l. HJct-YpE' ; .A. T.:M. \' 'eatherlv, 'U. S. Commissioner, ate\' Miami, "

,I ;.5 BOWLIHO' CRIES, NEW YORK.., \ ,Fla:,on IJto'eful rISise1vztMatilda.A} Moffat ? iay dotrl Yam ,, ae _
8tC0Gen'1 of Lemon City, frla.,. homesteadLtr35a! ;for 'the $
!\ WM."IP., CLYDE Agents.! \! lorth-east on ourlliofSection:7Tpwnsbip -
j Bowling Green. New York City. 12 So. Deli .
Ave.. Philadelphia. 1-7-tf ': ,
South East !
62 Shetoamestheiollowlng, Range; witnesses to prove her .In the West Coast Region. 0$ Florida. (

'_ Continuous resilience upon and cultivation of PLANT
STEAMSHIP ,
Georria SoutherilandyFlorida THE LINEr;
urYlr said land, viz: ::
Mary Douthlt, M Leuion'CIty, Fin Steamers Tamp '
Plying between Port West and
Senic Douthit, bf Lemon City, Fla. 1. Key )

The'Stiwanee; ; River Rout \ James Ilubel, 01 Lemon City Fla.' \ Havana and :between' Mobile and Tampa. ..; t
port
\. \ Maryoes, of ''Lemon City. Fla. I ( I i ..
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Time: Table-r-: 15,1697. i, ''I noc5'deel7 |\ J. M. BARCO Re ter. W.. WRENN, lI. C. M FADDEN = .1'

SOUTHBOUND \ \ I Pass. Traffic Manager. \i Aea't OeD1 Pass. Agt. .' :' ....1.
: 'NORTHBOUNDo Sheriff's' L
STATIONS \ : s Sale.) Savansia13.. d a.

No 3 N1 I r4 i, No 2. No 4 No 6 1 150 Under and byHirtne! of a writ of execution F. M. JOLLY, BiTisiou:P888 ..Agent, Jacksonville, ) -Fla. ,.
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.... 'I r .I 820 A. Leave. : .Atlanta. '.. rrlve 135 P.N 743 .A M14)j ..., ... 'issuing out of and under 'seal ,of the County ,1:1:
'...1...1118 11 44)11 Arrtre..Maeon..t'....;.Dave .40 t 4 -t. 3ourt. of Dade County, Slate of Florida1% m a

If PIli U. 25 p .II.45 A. M Leave'.' _........con.. ',''' '::Arrive all 1' M j O iM Il 00.- M'1' cause depending therein,wherein rant '

.4.. 840 M 2 1' 45 00 A 2-08 350 I'll Arrive.....+........." ...TlftoQ 10. ..i.........LeaTe..... 200 1 ; 1225 1.4.,\, G 8 28 4 i1 I I r. Budge U I plaintiff, and George 'C. Blel ii s and MaI\ory\0 teaship\ Li ff! j:

::102q! 440 S 3fJ "'H :' "\.....ValdOllta}]...!_........- 11 03 A. 10 52: ,r M II 001 H. L.11a'lIle. cc>m""osingxthe )firm of Ble'ins &
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:; + .r. 1144) 686. .t. -LakeCity.Jasper .. . : 10 ttl 9 I 5I" .. ..4ttr. -.. Uajnile, are defendants wave levied on and. i" ,
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:::: :: : b0 10'YO .::;:j:: ::::: PALATKA :::::,:;:!:-:::: : g : rJ\\ :.::::t.:: vi'ill sell for cash to'the highest and best "iUderat '
do T. S. S. COJ
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.\>..... ,810 A. II i 15 p M Le..e..q.... '"Tiftoo._+ ...Arrivt' I ad r 11111 Dlfll" M ...... public auction, before the door'of' the"county '
F ,... \\n,. '5 10 800' Atrire.1. Wavernss + .Leave 11 fiG AI It ..._. court house at Florida, betveen the egal
... :. :'l s0 121S ....?,.1._..JACKSONVILLE.a.:::.. .... 8211 7 404\ .,.,....".. hours' of sale,' Juno I \ h p\ est''

; .....:..+ 30 A II 4 00 P.. Le.ve... TWo" It..O n'D 7 15; r.M .... ,,- Monday the 6th Day of December D;,)i$97, Key W Flap HCT New York
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900 61 Arrive....l.FPfrAERALDa..Leave i0 45 A II a dot .... .jr.i..J..L .:. '
li19 !'1t 63 P 11-: ... ... .. . ...... the same being a legal sale day,all those certain
1t; 1.ea1'e. ; \.ldost..l .Arri\'f' . .6:1 M 4 ('l JI I"I '
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11491 .i 12i ....... Anlv' _..J..Qnltm"n .l..:,;..Le.re . .".'.... rt 52 r 832 ,lets-.or tracts of land\ lylngaud being)In'Dade :"he magnificent steamers,tbia line are app nted to leave \ I
.12001&1-1 _........ .. .........:"..T1ioMASVILLB ; .. ...._ "... .....:'456 \_ _24.\ 'County. State of Florida, and described ai follow's .

..a.ir.. I IV"" .1110 r: II Le.ve. -.+. .i'.I.t.k.\, +....,..Arrh'e .60"" II 04 56' .r.....{ .. 1 to-witt I 1 I Key West ,
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.....j... 40 p. S JOA JII Arrlve.:.. t..S.nfo"h.. .,...Leave 1 18' 1' 50 ...... I Every Saturday
'.....,,.. :;0' :Iii-' ; ....... .':....,._ Orlando: ........;.. ..112 ()'j i:13 M ... The east half of, 4 certain 'tract begiai113
:L4.: ; ....;.. 805 7 00. ......... .. iatelandl.2.':"._ [9 ao. II to.3 I .... ...t. tthe\| southeast |scorner *f the SOUt l &stnuarterof in NEW YORK '
arriving followingTneeday Service
?. ? '''' and accommodations .
.:.. ...1..643 800 ...; .. .. ....TAMPA...s..-:...... .... -"7bOSto L .... .. : northeast Quarter of Section 13.TownShip = \ "

.......}.. 10 C ;4 .. ;....0\\. avei.... ... ... ...;... ....\\0.[...'. M r :::.: .- 53, south of lUuke! 41 East; .thence' go'crest : Btrictly/iiret-clasa. \ '
..... .. 12 Up ........ ( .. Leave ,_ 5.\ .
; An1ver. .i.Ormono1..1. : kilare
..'f....t.. 3:30: K......4_.,.....,.:....t.Roctledae.i..f.f..J. .... ", ";:,,,...'. I \1 .".'..''.'Jo'.,. 160.feet to stake for of beginning; the! ce From 'Brunswickto Sew YorkIGER
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..!'''' ''i' 8:10: ....... ........,.." west Palm Beacb..a.i. ::...:04r'" .I, ....... ,.. run narth 600 feet, thence west SCO\! feet ther ce .: + \
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....... .% U OS ....:f ......_.L..t.\ r..I"+.':"'.......'.. ....,!,. f.. 00 \ ... ....4. Wth 6CO feet, thence east t'.6O. feet' to point obeginning -_ : s
containing ten acr !I.' Also the .
: : \ : ; pies \ PASS SERVICE : ,
.'OperaW
Pullman BnfleU Sleeper the year utween Jacksonville, Fla. and N shvillt, half of' land liac '
r of a tract at a point e
TeUD.. tie Tlfton on Train*,Nog.3 and 4. 3 ' i beglnning\( g Via Fernandlna (F4 C. & ;P. By.) and Camber- \"I.iE.ere >r and, Southern Hallway: f, :.
Operates Local Sleepers the year round between Palatka Fla. Ga..jvla'j G.\'8.& chains 1 rest of corner of thenortl h land Route : / / ,
F. direct oaJTralna Noa. Saqd 4. -' and1t.con4! | \1 1Direct half of southeast quaver of Section 7,TOwnt\lp\ Jacksonville 1",' .. ..?......:....../.8 15 a inLVj Lv, Jacksonville....... ................4 w pmAr.Brnnawlck. r.

line : I li-t s ouch,. Range- 4Z East; thence go westl'ela:,' ; Ar. Fercandina.... ,:.,b.'r'",.';....j/../...5! 30 30 p m ', Everett.,. ....:"..... ................640pm y
: 'to Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colony i via ifton bains',thence north parallel to section line\tbank ,Brnnawlrt.\.a: 1 i Dallf except Sunday/f p m ......... ................? 30 pmPassengers f -

t J j ; NASHVILLE; '.EXPOSITION. :, i! of Little River, thence easterly'along balk silo ed onboard for upper on Thursdays. r

nnd.THp Tickets now n sale at following very low rates. horn Palatka: From Jax., otLKHe, ,.River to landot Mrs. Mary Brtc elf. .: \ PROPOSED SAILINGS :
Ten D&T Limit Tuesdays and Thursday* i.. .-0.1...-.. s'Jt-! '.' .L.. '.*12 80 thehce\outh along west line of Mrs. tr. New York, pier 21 B R*.5.80/p, m. (Standard Time).' Brunswick- .
Twenty !Limit . 'f.: 'i.:. -.tFJ.: ..:.:T..U. ..1192S. .... ,.. 17 eo 1 I land;L83>hains to of beginning below* Friday Oct 1 .. -. . ... 1.... ,. .. .. . . RIO GRA DE.. .. ..... + ..1.........Friday Oct. 8 t
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petoberZlEt. Jt l.vT. . Us.2625.1 .... 2400 FridajvOot. 8 --/ . COLORADO... ..... .4..n..._., .. .Friday OctlJ:
The 8c+nlc Roote. The historical i Battlefield t ':." 1 '," "" supdivision then'3S ol se M of Section 7To rn- Friday Get. 15 .. . ... . '..\./..... ..,.w . RIO GRANDE... :. ... .,. . ....Friday, Oct. 22
FnH information, sleeping car reservations, mat Route.. can be obtained pronptly by writing 8h pI|53 Soiith, Rance' .> East containing I fa FridayOet.22. . . . ;. . .. Y .. . . .COLORADO :..,.;. .. . .0\{\...!...;.,..FridsyoeL29 1
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Father I Huntington's Lecture. Mrs. Luc/ Goodwin, lot 2 of block 13 DEUlbNICO'RESTAURANT: Standalone : 0'\\\\
f'1'ent'' /homestead, Cocoanut Grove; S We -
.? A select) audience, composed mostly onsideration$50.00 I : 1
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of the representative business men of \ Adam. C. Richards and wife to James Mealy: served at all hours. ) . r

I the few city ladiesof, brightened intellectual by the proclivities presence: of, ,I I". gent 10 acres South of Cocoanut Moderate ratt'S''-- Oysters ID As 4be Druggists: of Miami(, who keep the largeet and beet stock )w \

> a assembled[ in the .casino of the Hotel Grove.'' \' Season. Lodging by the day of Drugs,':,Medicines, etc. At, our store yon can fin just what you h t\
F ; to lis J Julia D. Tuttle; Francis M. 'Soar 1 or week. DAS; "1S & HULL, want, at any time, and what jon get here you can relr upon. :
last evening,
. lliaml\ Wednesday and John J. Soar 10 acres north of Lem 22optlj;lhl. 10th retnear Avenue DOYSTERS'k'
the the "Life and ;
r+ lecture on t>n City.William. .- '
,: Theories jof the late Henry George,", : J. Smith; Sr., to Robert' B. !' OYSTERS! OYSTERS Stationery and : Toilet i Articles of Ever D s riptioL
Father O. II. ;
I by ,J. O. S. Huntington, Fickle 8 acres near Lemon City. IIf style, at any lionr in the :
C., pastor of the Episcopal'church/ n Robert B. Fickle and wife to Wm. J. a. in.to 11 pi m. Best in theiuarLct .
this It is to be regretted: tha heinclemency : rents caFttnlattrntioii to \
city. ;, / Smith, Sr., 'IIeveol acres. near Buena -
of the' weather all Al>lit luce rooms on board Hauling TOWNdEYBROS.\
prevented
Vista| I\ Hotel, Kixkletlge, at reasonable rates. \
iiiidny, from attending the lecture, Robert B. Flckl ,and wife to Wm.'J. (jive me 'acull.J. | \' 1

which. .wa certainly a are intellectual. Smith, Sr., small': ''tract of land near I. Turnage's Restaurant r_* .., >
.[treat. Father Huntington' i is 'a fines Lemon City. I I'Foot i>f A\-nne b, neap Chinese Laun Registered Pharmacists, .\ ,
\speaker, with excellent / ratorical John E. Howard'to F. F. park,[undivided dry.. : I I 5nov-tf,h-ni<> 1 X \
1, powers\), and his address!' Wednesday half interest in lot 8,of b ock -----r--------r-----
i bight proved that he was/ erJl'CtJy familiar IB NOrth Miami,-Robbing, Graham ..tOhillingworth' Decorated' 'i chamber sets at Nelson's Avenue D and oth street] MIAMI. FLA.
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with the theories/of the great *
subdivision. Furniture, :Xovl9-2t t t-1y-fife '
; .- freethipket and also that he had been Julia D. Thomas I). Wright I ;.tprl' .__-II I
; in complete friendly touch with Henry eight\ acres north Lemon City. -i\\1 I\1

*. George, his.work and,aspirations. Father [Julia D. Tuttle to R. E, Chafer l lot A\(Negro Murdered. i : IN
Huntington is proud to have been 24. block 86 N., of the City of Miami. Last Monday' at ltd;, o'clock boon, Walter' I. Pickford '
reckoned dear friend the B vies shot'and' killed = r
as a apostle ]Alice Baldwin and husband to Elijah Alottzo was by, :
of single 'tax and took occasion to Meredith, lot 9 |of block 16 of Bald i Wm. [Tajlori Both parties, are' cof- '
.1 thank the audience for the privilege of' win's, addition to'\ Miami; consideration \., ored.. Thii \Shooting occurred in the .I
L bearing public testimony to his sterling $100. colored setttenient' in the northwestern '
character and worth. of the city. Th men had Yellow Pine and \
i Julia\D. Tuttle to John A. Carutherslot portion } two

k i The speaker 'was introduced by Jos. ',8 of block 38 T(., of the city of been at variance' for a few'weeks' ,' back. Cypress.. "
,: A. McDonald, and throughout the entire Miami., \ Bivins, accused' Taylor of interfering >
lecture Meld the close 'attention oft Adam# C. Richards and wife to Frances - between himself and wife'jand in consequence '
the audience. Freer Winglancl'10 acres about two thereof there was bad blood

TheJecturer' treated, of Henry miles.south bf Cocoanut Grove;' con- between them. On Monday they',met -LUMBER\ .
George \as a man, las Ian 'economic sideration $150,00. | : and there occurred an angry passageof :

thinker, and',:is a religionist; he alsogave Wesley M. Feat erly'and wife to words, Which culminated in the ,

r a very! clear 'exposition of Mr. Robbin & Graham, 2-5 interest in the tragedy. Immediately after the shooting Special sizes saved to order. Afro Fruit, ami Vegetable Crates. Let me.qnote
Geor e's, theories on the great single 10 ','acre! tract Jus north of North Taylor delivered himself to the, officers before A trial order solicited. .
prices buy1. '
tax ques ion./ The speaker paid a'high Miami. I of the' law, claiming he had committed yon, -

tribute! to the frank .simplicity and Ignited State*i\of |America" to A. K. the deed in self-defense. JudgeAshton . :COCOANUT GROVE FLA. ?
a honest >>orth of, Mr.,George, his freedom ;Kingsley, 160 acres\) :about two mils ;; acting as coroner, empaneleda ang"2(). f.It: \ )

- :} .i from the selfish intriguing and south-w t of Cocoanut Grove. jury, 'rho,'afterviewing the remains, .

: :, { underhand) shrewdness of ordinary pol- Amos ID, Starbirdl\ and wife to Julia J adjourned to the judge's oflice to hear" '. GEORGE B. BARKER,
w .. itieiansand :his firm be :ief in the divine ; D..Tuttle lot 16 of block 00 X., of city the testimony of witne es. It appeared
authority of his mission; his love i of Miami. i, : ,from'tits testimony given that and Jewelers '
for humanity' and Justic* and his reverence 'John B. McKenzie''\ and wife to II.Pri0e Bi\ins was the',aggressor, having: fired .0 Watehmakeij

for the Supreme. Being and all Williams 10acfes about two miles the firsL\shot,'attd the Jury\found\ that
r things sacred. west. ''-Miami. ; .consideration $500. Bivins came to his death from a pistol POSTOFFICB BUICDIHO, Ml AM I,F .A. *

S4, i We regret that space will not enable . shot at the hands of Wim Taylor, but Repairing' promptly and carefully attepded' to. All work gnaranteedl ,
' 'to before : readers in de that the killingtvas justifiable-whereupon v
.us( place 'our ,
NovG-tf-hf. A full line of spectacles and eye glasses all on hand
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tail, the ideaof Henry George upon -A FATAL, UK prisoner was' rel4ased.Furn .'
the divine, rights of man a single I :' .
W. Struck onl the Head with a Full j I [ T
tax question,which were so clearly and lAg Stick Whilo Blasting Stnmp-He ture '()II; installments at Xel- '

impressively set forth by the lecturer. : Died at 3.30 Thi is Morning on's Furniture! ) tore. ;>ovl92ti Special to Orange-Growers.
r His ideas are;; sublime;and attractive. ,i \| 1 . i ( ..
Whether his "theories<< ,of remedy are "'.i| :,H. Woodall, manager of the, '
h \ This Is Whale.
S practical or' not 'is a ,question upon Miami ,Transfer .Company, in this a .
i which there Are various op uions. At city,;; was fatally injured yesterdayafternoon ) Engineer Cl hH. Bean of the Florida { !.
i\ S' | rate the citizens\Miami are under about 1 'o'clock whileblasting East Coast Railway arrived with a wish to call you attention blue mono complete line of one and. mo-year-
any withldynamite. The special last'night and was at''the throttle fold buck on !Sour Orange: and liimjih Ltninit stalk In the State. A Due assortment
. many obligations to Father Huntington a stump of t\\o->earM.ihls from 6 10 K lot blh, 1>. to 1'j'inches in diameter.
for the plt'asingmanner\ in Transfer Company excavating\, on of the biggest iron horse that has' :Fourteen yrars of exp<'rieiuv IIH plare me iu a position to give perfect
which they were and also the lot alongside of their present ever snorted In'.South Florida. It is Is satisfaclioninseiretiousofvarietjpa fruits and stalksIIIM to all.conditions .
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.. explained whale and (has'.ten wheels 'It weighs of soil and Inn.ite. :o\11\'lal.tll| : ution given ta UutuiK and caring;
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for the feast 'of reason and :oratory : purpose t for. (troesiliatvept ileiiralile jMisitwn as manager o( large interests
; afforded them during the' lecture.. We addition .to the old b i iJdmg. A large 66 tons; engineand{ ,tender! combined, \ letters Indurseiitenis' from the l >j ndm orange-Brower. in the orange
", suggest ,that the reverend\gentleman pine stump in the c itre of the lot was with a supply jof wood and water;, t\ belt., Kelereneeby. I l nll\\:; lon-'JEI>K. ='. HOR&E, Miami Fla. '

5' 5 be importuned to address a Miami audience being; torn up ands town out by dy- \vdgfis mire than one hundred- tons; I \ '
._ again, in the near future, on namite.\ Mr. Woodall was superintending 80.J t may be :Bald to be a pretty good'bridge 1\ 0. W... CONNER .:

;0-"" .one- f the important topics uf the day, the operatiO S. A charge had tester.Captain ' : \ ,
:. 1 at which time it is -to be 'hoped that been inserted and the fuse fired, and everybody \ .Bean says it is not only"whale a
\ the eather and circumstances 'will) 'was presum bl out of harm's \ but a, "daisy;" all the latest im Tangerine Nurseries. 1 ::1 Ml AM I, TLA.
; permit a large number to hear him. way. jMr Woodali run round in front ''provt'mentworks like a watch;and 2xetaino '- '
}."t, of thestableand took(shelter in the shed .handles')like a bicycle.' _Wei have. not - ;
belonging to'the sUble'of A. Cbrrell.' space in'this issue: to, tell half of the -
A GENERAL
\For: the Royal Palm Quests. :After the blast, he came out, intending :words of praise i with'which *'was' extolling
to around to t lie of operations : its itautyat the supper table! STOCK 1OF I
scene :
Supt., Joseph A. McDonald is to be go { \ .: .
r ; but, Just as stepped{ out a !at the Hotel 1 Miami last nlght.LThis ; \ ,
.congratulated on thesplendid improvements heavy ,stick" of pitch pine, about two ,', monster leas built by the Schenectady -
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.i he is making in the appearanceof feet 'three inches' thick and Locomotive Works; \lit is numbered -
long, ,, ;
the'grounds in the vicinity of the weighing,about.fifteen pounds' which '29,and Untie Henry has'bought I \ '
5 5 5 Koyal, Palm, The smooth] concrete had been thrown high into the air over four more .like hall! are delivered, at1Ht. .J FURNITURE [
S walks1\,through the beautiful'gardens, Augustine handle the! he
the magnificent) .'.of the building, came own with crushng.forc t<} vy
grove \cocoanut
i Upon his headCelling\ him to passenger bu inei3of this season. .
trees;\with the soft green lawn at their the ground as though shot,with a gun, : On board! the' special) were1,:', J. R. '
feet, will afford a''delightful scene for
mill rendering him unconscious. The IJarrott, Sopre identR.T.Goff. upt. !. at suit th flattings Window'"Shades :
the gthests of the hotel this season prices to
injured\man ,was immediately taken to and HonTJ4 W. jl>avis, Congressman : .
and an agrefable'suprl! to those the office''of' / Dr. .J.JM.I Jackson., from this districts, It' is presumed Coffins and Caskets in \[ stock. Embalming ,
who here The
were last'year. splendid il\
where ah examinatio was made.and Colonel Bob tlcnm down to look at our \ ,
i ? plaza :{;immediately opposite the cocoanut .
i grove"will be fine! the wounds dressed. \ harbor improvements. The. ; ;special 1 attended", to. ,Gall or write. _
a promenadeand
It' found that the of the will .leave, today. I,
when laid off into croquet'grounds : was portion .
I had fallen h is head over ll' -. -- > 1 1 NELSON
stump on ,just
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tennis \,icourt ball diamonds and for = : ; f
'''' other ports 'will, make an extended the:; left 5 ear;' there wis no fracture of \ THE EAST COAST HOTELS., .
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the,skull at'thls point but hemorrhage e tin-mo l \ I .5
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stay atjthe\ ,hotel a continuous pleasure
from the nose' and ,e indicated the Dates; Set :For Their Opening For Winter Seon. *-
.F with no chance for mon'otony'orJ a .
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i possibility. of, fractur of I\ the base of .
drag or\\ time , The long, dock which
f i the skull and frequent Wmiting of C. B. Knott Superintendent the ,
\1. .,.' Mr, MtfDonald is erl'CtiogQut into.the CbPEtJL7-
\ quantities of blood showed some inter Florida East' ; Hotel System, was
, bay n'l which is i|now nearing.completion ; lla'tI'
hatters
hal\lnJury. in the city ion Wednesday, on
finest structure of its \ I''
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t kind in Florid4! and in will'com-'' After the, examinattlon, \the injuredman of i interest connected with the hotels :
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stiH ', ,was conveyed here. Mr. Knott informs us that the
} ,. lin pare the couutrli,with Itils; any intended pleasure for dock the to the residence of.Mrs|.:'r.\N. Gautier, data have been' see tor the opening of : ; Livery and! Sale Stabl

r I'': the guests the to receive proper nursing. and treat? all,the hotels 'conected with the East
blUBIVC U9C |V1 Ul'
Royal Palm; it;'will be devoted to thepurpose j ment and a telegram was sent to St.Au- Coast: S)stem. Thej Hotel Biscay tie;at S
i \of landing sail boatsTTatincbes; ; gustine, informing his I family and em- Miami, will ,open between. the 1st and J j :
\} row boats] and all kinds'of small crafts, ployers of the i accide., i iHe I' 12th of December,! the Royal, Palm .' llth .street near Avenue D,. Miami. '

I and ;ord an ex'cellentl.place .lingered in a comatose'state until : at Miami onj Jan,, ',2th, the Royal .
If ;\fl; for'a promenade! :The dock'is' 05 feet 3:30 this'(morning' ; at which time he. 1 Poinciana at'' Palm '!Beach, on, Jan., Horsee and, Males to letjand{\ for sale..
: died. The 1 remains Were! taken in 25th, -the J' J.eon'at St Augustine -
wide and 150 feet longextl'nding out Ponte; .i; Fine Bred .Horses a'eyecialty.' .|\I(.
\ .'into five feetofl> water and -is,. Ji most charge by! Undertake \i New| >n, who on Jan. Hlth land the Onnond |

:&: 1 i k ::substantial It is'cottstructed\\ and :solid with piece.rock of',masonry,:-ground, i: St.placed'Augustine it.In! a casket this an morning's Iconteyed train.it to at Ormond' at St.. Aiigustne5 onl Jan|' \8th.and The the'tAlcazar"l S" Key- Carriage Teams Unggy :Te ms Work Teams *|

The sudden death of Mr. Woodall was Wes ".at Key ''ae-now and "
:. In under the above I West open, '
water |all
.! jlt.\ t Kthe water\;is faced with concrete.4; The f a sad affair:; he was about 19 years of ready for. businesst 'There 13 ''every ,' 30apr97-lv-., i j t ,

I entire surface twill be paved with I age and a very promisi Yoftng man, reason to believe that the coming winter 1
and a member of the Baptist church. season will be1' ,'ery satisfactory
,. crushed rock like the1! boulevard in I G Fruit Persian and
'.front. There will be.: perpendicular He cameto] Miami about four weeks and that a larger number of tourist ape ,

t ( wooden fenders all around the outside ago to take, charge of I the (stables of than ever will visit the palatial hot's FruitTrees Tahiti Limes, Genoa andAT
:\ \ 'and the Miami; Transfer Company. lie of the East Coast 'System, and 4 n Joy ; I
( \ a wood'Stringer' J;five: inches wide .
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'- .." iaround the'outside edge. Take'it all formerly held a' posjti n on ;the F. E. the glorious, climate,: beautiful \VUter \Ljkbon Lemons,. Dan y,

;, _,Jkin, all, therels hotel* in the:country C...Bailway.iExtra : ; ' I . scenery and invigorating, yet,10111d Tardiff
< that':affords". .so''.many _conveniences breere of the Ea: t ,Coast of Florida. Vrmr 0 Tangerine Hart's ,
'. 'of '. low cash or Miami hotels,. especiallyilliomein Turshington\ '
Wor the pleasure .guests or, such de- !prices on beelt lUUl Navel aD' '
*: t. lightful pictures for the ekeor means time, at:The Miami i Cycle Co. -- for a large' share of the travel.asl\ the ,
' 6f the Biscayne'couritry, Blood
;: of: pleasant. recreation. as is provided --=---S reputation : 1 Jaffa Blood,. Ruby ,
) for the guests of ,the Royal Palm ** Launch'for- ChJ with luxuriant tropifalsceneryand\
: Hotel., .1' -' I Ssle1( excellent boating andi fishing, anti of oor.l and! Parson Brown Oran-
?l 'l : 1i .. i- The launch'Editb: RT now chargeof Miami, the 'phenouiioat metropolitancity ; ,
i. .(' J I Ifc S. H.Richmond at C '''tier.j1tl'] :In good ..has gone far and'wide, therefore,. to \i \j' T gee', Japan Plums and. .

Real,Estate ,Transfers,. 1 1i \' condition; very light 'd t, large a trip to Florida tbi1 winter wilt be Persimmons um rena Australian Silk. ..
i :The'foll'owing ontieyanl'tsf J : land carrying capacity:, good ea boat, sailboat considered iDQnipl ie\\Hlhout'a, visitto Grapes, Texas, ,

t ':In South ).de.,haye'been' filed for f ec1 model' :bdilt l o orders of best materials this' section tot the: State. )Ir. Oak, and a quantity of ''ornamental flowers and shrubs to>
1 ord.since:our' last reports;."which ,ap-, Will sell',very cheap APP''ly to Knott;\ returned to Palm Beach, yesterday
t t5 peared-in: the issue\of.Oct. 29th.' ROBBJKS & GBAHAU t, MUmiiFloridaor \ morningJ'fron 'whence he ''eft suit this climate and. soil. ,JOHN ELLIS, AGENT'

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