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 26, 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: VID00585
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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Block'' fancy: chocolate! \ am candies \ft'r December: 'lIst aU Hon. Samuel; Filer,-of ,f3pena'Vista, L>erorated dinner sets at Nelson's

; MIAMI UNCE+; 11I AT 'are! then:best. For sale, at Bel- summer ratc's\will\ $ withdra\\'. The was in the city:last Saturday sbatortrg Furniture Store. Novl9-2t .. .

cher's. ', I > 12no'tfJ..J. :Miami Qyele Co. !\ lands: with friends. He expecT*to return JJidge '
\ P. W White of'Quincy is x
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, I i Warren, the druggist', of Key ifrs. ,J.i.'.$' 'teK rtofBuffaloXY., to,his Keyi\Vest/nome early next now located on his'property at Snake

Minor Miscellaneous Miami, Matters Wes, spent a \|few days in '\ithe, city this who has recently pi ihased some lots on lonth, *tittt ',says he ;shall try and retbrn' Creek, ,and stops budding his trees long I
Many L I in time to take in welcomingle
week on his way home f roma purchasIng :2tl: treetn'a ,the arfromIMri.Julia part enough to wave a "howdy"" to his
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i tour lof the market, dities of the I). Tuttle, and is greeting a neat cot- steamship MmiBi and attend the friends as they pass on the freight. '
t Modestly Mentioned. -orth. 1 e, | tae'on one of,them, will be in the' citj rand bail-t-the Royal' Palm Hotel We do not believe the
I s..-.:..-.;. sCion to reside, Her on the ,occasion'tff the ship's arrival.( report t.hat.Judge TWhiteand /
permanently ,
The Florida East E. L. White and
CpastRnilwaj gave his son, : ;,
We arc always glad to receive reportsof xcursion, rates to Pklm B ach yesterday "household goods Have already been '' Filer, sajkrhe, believes a good many Ex-)f ayor Casgrove are conspiring to
any society {events, church or lodge hipped. iey West ;people will come up td attend -
on the regular train at $1 for the : move: the county seat to Snake Creek,.
the if excursion rates are
meetings ,anniversaries, celebrations* round took advantage Ft McXew,8aCCompanied by hismothr bait arranged despite the of that
trip. Quite a num er many advantages .
banquets] etc. \Such\ events are' .frequently from that city., '
o( it: \ \was in the city this: week and thriving settlement. There may be ..0

of a private ;nature and the attendance Ice creain at Belche 's Saturday" evening ,topped at.Ilotel -Cotiolly' while';: waiting >r. W/ 'Graham lefton Thursday .some! troth, however, in the report that

,J it limited: to members. only, or and night j 12novtf for the Bi-cayne'at Key AVe St. lie morning for Titusville, -to spend they intend to introduce bill in the -: ...,
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invited guests. Hence the : I goe [ to that qitj fob the purpose ofworking Thanksgiving DayVitti his family: next Legislaturedeclaring Snake Creek *
J. tf ;
i' able to Merr1ill-Ste\'ens
not '
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representative t.Met' for the.Venable. CoustrUction lIe wH remain there today'and tomorrow -' navigable and expect to get ,an appropriation -
,. the Co. nist and of
such ,
port rcurr nce If secretaryof fbundrjmen ''
Company the fortificamns will his .
on government bring wife and children from Congress to deepen the '
such meetings ] or any other person Jacksonville( was in he city on business :building there., ; : down to, Buena Vista to remain fpr-a 'hannel. The new county penitenentiary -
will with report it will be this'w ek and stered at Hotel l
furnish us
a reg : '
but uillbe Conolly. 'Try a tandem ride,,and go to CocoautGroeby few weeks while Mrs. G aham is re- will shortly .constructed at #
appreciated-not
only'by us j; gaining! herr will, be Snake Creek and to-
strength. hy a opened
thenewrC-ad. The Miami quarry
read with: interest by" our locall' ,,sub-, Raymond ,'' Colte,arri ed in the city Cycle Co.Davis : tleasantly,domiciled at Ch Courley's provide material for county.roads: "j.\\
r ,scribers. this week an(I. will 'ha e the 1 management ; Buena Vista Hotel. ''Dr Gralfam '
t &-Iullwho. ;liave been opera: ex- L. T. Garrett and Levi C. Black- rlj
of the business the Miami ; |
Fashionable dressmaking ,at rt4son- jof pf'cts to ride;out on his wheel and !stay '
the Delmonico Restaurant the former residents of Texas
Transfer tCompauy the winter ing in are
able Jno. P. Lovett. : during with them every evening during their r
prices. 1 Douthit building on:IJth street near ] city. Mr. Blacksfock has purchase -
Special prices\ cin wheels; easy pay- season The Thanksgivingprajermeeting; at, avenue D, retired from business last licit., returning, to, Miami in the mornngs 20 acres of land at Biscayne v

Jnt>nts. The Miami Cycle. Co. i the M. E. church) was well attended. Wednesday' morning. It is stated;'that through :Fredk S.,Morse; Mr. Garrett ." ,

Walter H. Brown', of Cutler, was. in This service: proved) ,to be ,pot only it has been rented' to [another, party The family bf J. C.Hoolks has arrived is a brptber-in law of R. C. Hunter;-of

h the City-on,,Wedn sday. deeply intersting; but one jof great who will' continue'the.restaurant busies. and are nowi located at Buena Vista. Jiscaype, who formerly.resided inthe,,
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spiritual benefit.A I | 1 Mr. Hook will be remembered as! locai- .one Star State. These gentlemen ,
D. P. Brubaker, of St. Augustine, I hag here from Claremont Lake end to! locate permanently in this,vi- "
; tine l line of ladies shoes\' The best ,fanej jChocolate cream candies county, ,
last in Miami
spent AVednesday jut reMrs.Jiiliab.TuttleandA.E.hiug '
$tan be procured at .pe ch r'd. where he attained the reputation of inity.. and will go into the fruit and
ceived at Sewell's shoe store. 2(no\'tr
John B. ReiIlyEfq.made a business, ,' .. .. JZnovtf being one,of the largest and most'siicessful v..gft.ableng industry at Biscayne,
trip to Palm Beach on Wednesday. (\ -< : <.- I' ' truck Mr., Blackstock his, ,and /
-* ( growers in that section ;on ; own piece 1
II yoursewing machines repairedby Icy received ;from' Orlando, this week, Rev W. W. Fans has moved |into lie'is'now extensively engaging l in'' the : Mr. Garrett on a 40-acre tract, witty /

The Miami CD. : 183 King 'orange and Talma\ lime the Presbyterian Jtausw>, formerly wupied same bUsir p s on his tine tract of land which he is interested equally With his! -I/ '\
Cycle :
trees and.haye set them out in theirespective (' ,b) Ueo. \\ [ l.sudt and is using ,
just west'of Miami.: He has acrestlanted brother-in-law, :Mr. Hunter. Tbese !'f
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C. H. Rose of Co oanut drove <
spent it now for a'stud}-room, until the arrival ""
last Miami. (1The groves. ,' in tomatoes and says-that he gentlemen are highly pleased with this l f
Sunday } of hisfalnilY, \ ch, |'t is expected,
lLt'Merr chief accountant of the will be '!next week. lever, saw; tomatoes looking 'so fine as locality; and enter upon their new'enerpnse ,
public school was closed all East System, hfon they Jle\ very enthused over :i
after a\ possible: ihej krill occupy one
yesterday in honor of[ Thanksgivingday. the this ; of the future.
Biscayne ;Wednesday night from of the Flaglertottages.T.lie ; possibilities of, country for flowmg hoped, / sWill
: dozen 1 : hey West ana left tohis headquarters uccessful\ truck raising. ** I. Hardee ,of Cocoanut/Grove .
One hundred; laundered t at St.' August ne. "; prbof of the pudding is in the ,
from 42 cents, up. i Jno.,P. Lovett] t.te \ eating;" so also is butters, on a hot biscuit The,ladies_of the Biscayne CJub'hell'1th..ir has purchased an interest in, the drug 5
\ C, F. Avere ; who has been at Juno regular monthly meeting on lastiVpclnfiday usinesHfof:! ( Wm. B"Boney', located in >
Rev. W. E. Stantop"'and wife, pf for some time! in dredging operations or a piece of corn bread. UASKELL'S :: and
drown, : afternoon, Mrs. A. Corell the Hotel Miami block, the firm <
Lemon City 1 were thecity' last Tues- at that point, pame to Miami thor week : Fancy itvill Creamery being prl' idlng. In yiewof the gratifying will be known hereafter as Boney: & .*

;Sday. ii', \{ the purpose of working'on \one. of the Insist ery'BEST, stand the ucce *f both social and, financial, that Hardee. Mr. Hardee has/put in ,sufficient ;J..

S. H.,Richmond and wife and Mrs. J. the
A, Addison, 0," Cutler, are.in the citytoday. FOR SALE""':Lighter, in good condi- before the public the club re olyed to of Dr., Bon y:. An order was placed at 7
---- 1\ l! ion,' size'14x30 feet. Enquire at' this The work of'kaHnnming,the Casinoat give another' entertainment iK'fore'the-' once for a large, stock'of drugs, toilet t"-

B. C. Dupont, of Lemon ,City, came flice.. 1 ' Nov 0-tf the hotel Miami, has been iK'gUDand expiration of the 'old year,.and fixed 'articles and all the accessories for aIrstclass'drug /. .
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j in on the Biscayne irony Key, West on D. McLean pf Orlando I was in the will be finished the forepart of-next upon Monday, December 6th. A.com- : : business, antpthe flew ?

Wednesday night.Ed. I pity this week In the''\interests of'piueapple week. Pots of ''grrtwmg\ vines and mittee was, then appointed to deter- firm intends to have always on hand an

F. Davis, wife and :two children culture. \' 11r. McLean is anxious lowers will be placed } \intervals, in mine upon and"' prepare the'musical iip-todatej assortment.' Dr. Boney, is }
the room and everything'tvlll' be done I of the' for the occasion recognized as a competent and,re-
were registered at the Hotel Conolly to :form a syndicate' 'for...the purpose of part programme very
extensive this to make, M visit to!the Casino "a thing I and have same duly announced in the liable preseriptionist, and Mr. Hardee.,
one day this week. I" pineapple planting in\ .
I IEngineerAmasonis'plantinout section. 1' I devoutly to be wished.! \ I columns of the 'local paper. The full iti well ana favorably known in Miami

Read the- notice in I the Lemon';City A full line of gents'furnishings" ai ,rogramme Will appear in the next'\issue and Cocoan+it Grove. We predict lor-
five acres 'of. vegetables on his place I of the MaTxoPOtis.tB'iya the two "Wills" a large share of 'patronage -! *.
'West of the city. { terns'of the grand bazaar: to ,be given Jno. P. Loeett's.Several I : ; their line. .. ..
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,on the 8th and filth of next month by fishing vessels arrived I large cycle and /
JF. B.Everett of West Palm Beactproprietor at the pump save partof 1
of,the, East! Coast; Fish:Co.,i: the ladies of the!Baptist Church at that docks this week from the fishinggrounds.bringing your life. For bale by The Miami 'Mrs. Gee. II. Curry and Mrs. Wm. 3 n'

ilace., .A forge] number, from Miami quite aft! amount of Cycle Co. ? Curry, wife and mother: of Geo. H., {
eras,in the,city yesterday. -
should atteqd.' t' fines Spanish .mackerel.' 'The South F. ,M. ankey and wife, of Key West, ,Curry,of I\ey West came in. on ,Mofl-

Cy-Co.'s. "Fruit .of, thej Loom,." aci and'| i ic.by Florida Fish Co. received about 5,000 came over from the Island City onMonday's day night's train,accompanied bylliss"lima a,'
the bolt.. : Jno. P. Lovett. Ins. and the East Coast Fish Curr Miss Lillie Albury ,and
Company steamer en routeto Atlanta
,;D. P. of the Florida East Coast ; = '
Wing, '' Misses Mamie and Jennie Curtis all of ,
in the .Nicholson &; nauler.on ,have purchased nearly 2,000 Ibs.: Several other boats Ga., their old hornet where they expect
Railway was Hotel city on Wednesday, two handsome!teams of horses came in also with good load',. 1\to locate. Mr., JJankey has been the Island(lityv The'party are returning
'registering ati Conolly. at
: I'and match the efficient of '' from delightful summering at
carriages to ( ,and will soon engineer thePhilbrick -
F. W. Chapman, former postmaster
Supt. Joseph A. McDonald has returned Schooley' Mountains Saratpga and
have them oni;i the streets fQhe Electric Company of,Key West,but resigned -
I at Union, has "uro\ed to Miami and
\ from a business trip to Jacksonville of his! time other fashionable'summer resorts in
purpose conveying passengers. to brought down ,buildings on a flatcar position some ago. His
York, State. Mr.
and St. Augustine. twp( New GeorgeCurry
: and from any poiht desiredThe employers were loath to ,give him
up
'e Go store ; he is putting up the buildings on came over Key West on the Bia-
J to Sjewell'a,shoe to buy your \ piledrivet'which'' has been and would not accept his resignation,so from ;.j
operating 6th street just"SOllt qf the new depot. and met,them here.
shoes; where you can get any, style you he was compelled tq stay 'longer than he cayne They were :
at the new terminal, will be ; It is fortunate Lin ton real estate cannot all pleasantly located at the Hotel Co-
want' and the best goodsl 26novtf towed, by one, of the i large steamers be transported to'Miami, otherwise at first anticipated.' \] circumstances' I n Uy.and remained:\ several days in,the .)Wj

:\Father Terrill of Tampa ;was In the, down to Planter and Aiken next week, we fear this market would be glutted. were such that Mr.i\ Sankey at last was city Their!\ stay was a pleasant one */

itt the-past week and officiated' 'at the. to.l: be.used in ,making, some repairs on and prices depreciated.. : forded to deprive them of his Jaluableservices.and to the many friends of Mr.and Mrs.Cur-, "

Catholic, services last Sunday., : ," the: bulkheads: ,at those points. Harry Flood and John Stelzer, familiarly leave for Atlanta.D. ry 'and the )young ladies,.as time spent :g f

,. < Postmaster Warner sent over' fifty 'New line of,cycle enamel 'just in at' known as "John th' Dutchman W. Moran, the capable carver atRaulerson's in'their company never lags for the c

satks of mail matter' on I the Biscaynefor The Miami Cycle 69.'s. ," rode., a 5-mile, bicycle 'race;yes market.returned last Wednesday want'of sociability and pleuan"tattrac- >

Key West last Monday night. '' '-At the"rehearsal of the choirs of the terdaj, resulting in, : the defeat, of night, from iA two weeks'visit Lions The party' left for home yesterday ", :..

A!chance given on an $80 music box different churches'at th'e' Presbyterian Flood. Afterwards Flood and Mr; I to his borne at Sanford Mr. Moran'c morning ,on the palatial steamer .r.ltyof

with each dollar's worthof!\ goods purchased pavilion Monday ,night for the Union Williams,pf the Miami Cycle,Co., rode! me the home alone, which was contraryto Key'fest'f

of John: Sew ell & Co.' ,;J2novtfRt. 'Thanksgiving services, it was noticed a best two out of threes' } -mile dashes. earnest expectations his . '

Rev. Jno. Moore,1BishopiofSt.Ai \( .. that fourteen different States and Canada ,- Harry won the first two and ,the race. friends, who expected that he wouldbe Fronts 1
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accompanied by"a fair. life-partner; Bay COF aauf'Grove =!
arrived in Miami on Tuesday ..were .represented among theingers. Men's undershirtsgood| heavy, The cornet, Band of which he a 11
flight ott his way to Key West. | I ME. 25 cents, at Jno. P,. J. vett's. I i is member ha' been Will soon be all .go e. We have' a;
A; 'WadlleJ.tEsq.lhas',( rnfd a practicingon tract of 21 acres left.-Price |4,* Or -f
Wm. Coulter, travelling representatiye L. Wolfe, the expert dancing instructor some extra frills and toots in .
will cut it in half 1Y'
his make
from summer outing 'jif New York"looking we ,so as.to two,, *
for a large firm" in New York desires us tojinforni the ladies of ?
city in excellent health. Mr.' ( ; anticipation 'a serenade to be tendered lots of ten and one-lialf acres each and .l l
a few days in Miami this week.Jie'w .' Walt of Miami that during the month ,
spent ; : J, deli stopped for a while at the expected, couple but he< will 'sell either lot ''for, $2500.Cash; *.J
stock ctt,,lanterns- at The Miami fore coming this'city: '' looking after r., of December) he will gfve them dancing fooled them' this \time. Never mind, preferred; but!if desired, halt cash'and 'II 3;?
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Cy41 It Co.'s.: "I his 'beautiful'plac in, that neighbor* lessons free charge and. guarantee Moran; the event 'Is not- far ,off, we remainder in one year at 8 per ,cent to .. ;.

Fpfi RENT.-Large sleeping-room, for: hOOd, : This to offer' learn, is them open during only to that the ladies time. know, and "we will get:you next time right: party.This) : ,property is Bay *' ..f

J renttnicelyfurnishedus' ; ; of oath and The side-wheel steamer''J. A.Carney, and only during the month of The members of't 'Knights o? Py- Fr.ontand: lies between the places 'of f ',

-, 11brary. :Apply to W M. FEATBEBLY26notf was laying outside for several days: lastx! her The lessons will be given pecem in the Unas Lodge' are preparing) for a brilliant .A. R. Simmons* and A. A. Boggv Better -: ,3-
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\ I' week,and put'in,for a short stay last, dancing school in the lobby entertainment to,be given in the secure a bay front while you ,can. ? "}
W\.lfl. Venable, president): of' the 1 1Ve Sunday.' [ Mobile weA near future. Their new lodge room, They will all be gone! a year hence. /i

able Construction Cbjnpany,'contractors 'to,(New ,Yorkwhereshe'! willJiave We were wondering l last what whictrwtll be located! in the new post- A2novtf, ** IKOBBIXS & GBAHAM.' ')
caused that 5mi .
y on the government works at placed, in her new boilers andjma-' serene upon) the face ofllce! building, it, is expected, will be 'r

.}KeyiWest, was in the city his week.>' chinery.'v : j> p I- of Pent.our popular We noticed and el6gient'barberY.also ready" about December 15, at, which Ta Milk Bayers; -Important., *
thatlhewa
.? Ayour wheels :repaired'and -refitted A lot of comforts'\just opened,'from', trifle nervou ,at times;while sbating& time' they will celebrate- the ppening of Alt the; patrons of the Fort Dallas '

by The Miami Cycle'lCo.Hon >SI op.*' Jno.\P.,Lotelfet, !\ customers,and that once in a while the the ball,with an evening "music, rec- dairy are requested to maila ,postal, .' t
: soon
;, F. S. Morse ,hasjqst. soldfivvAcres' ])r.. :S. 'J. Worleyi" ,chic f,8urgeonbithe occupant of the chair would get;'an extra exact itations dateisdetermined, speeches, etct As notice will as the card to the office of A. ,E. KingsleyJ; \
be
:qf land at Snake;,Creek to Geo. P.BulLjand .! East QoaMi Railway,was in the city jabNn" the -ear with the\lather given to the! public'through the giving their( names and places of residence ':'*

\ another" ten acres, 'of land, at': on Wednesday,',on a iisit to his brother brasV know now what. caused i it The: new lodge,room will be'* valuable proper so ,that no failure to deliver t- ,

-that place to W.' IK Hilton. Attorney.Geo.' A.' WOrh Y: During and he was' entirely excusable-|t is a addition the conveniences the milk ?regular nor inconvenience :|.
city
i ,Dr \ll.: M.";Jackson; of i' CocoanutGrov the I day they ,took al trip Jon Thomp' handsome and weet:baby girl, weighing especially to the various'secret societies , result from the change of drivers which'

$.t land ,R.' K. Taylor jhave' been son's launch up the river to the rapids, ,ten pounds. 't ;.1\ here- We understandrthat"'the: has,taken/place this week.26novltlp . '1 1
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'making a visit to'80meof, the Keys and and',also out oA the- bay. __DI". Worlej We own the, fin 'tenamelingoven: Knignts) of Pythias have,leased;ihe ; FORT Datax.Advertise }

,returned on the Biscayne" :Wednesday left for St. Augustine\*yesterday. morn- On the East Coast. Best work done by hall and will sabrent to pther: fraternalorganizatIons in the J )[ETROPOLIS. ',We' < .\ 'f"

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i( MARITAL TIES. to satisfy himself' inthia matter he A TRIFLE CAUTIOUS. Io I
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-11. made a trip to Miam ,and, in company : :;

How Mny Women a: Mau May Marry at Once. with Hon. Fred. '. Morse made a criti- $ City.'' Man Could; Get Ahead; of
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fheproe5siors 4 cal examinatttjn' of the soil, climatic 11ba1.A '' .\ Shortest Line:Between Florida loud ill I
r 1 VINO its attention conditiojjs: etc. While'here he became : ,typical farmer from the interior '

to this interesting that section'of vho' had, evidently l come to tfi* city t i Northern Points. '"
conjfiifced there was no
the oft
spend sou* of proceeds :
subject e estate so'well adapted to the growth lar whll'at. walked cmtioufllinto'- ne :, Everett, Savannah August; G-, Columbia -.

t tli" Law Notes sa and 'development of the Washington, Baltimore
perfect orangeas of the better-class hotels, says the Philadelphia, New York,

"A corree Went here._ He, returned home, but ever troit Free Press. One of 'the bell bbys Boston and the

:' : \ !'. \\ALTFR & GRAHAM t has ueated LetaI before: him arose the splendid opportunities saw him weighted down with a atchel 'l I East. LI

Go.ROBBINS foies to advise of Dade soil and climate, and and I coat and umbrella 'and, a 'was his 'Everett, Macon Atlanta. Chattanooga.Kanhfille. .
: & GRAHAM CO. darted the door to takethe"visitor'sburdens LouisTllleCincinnati Chicago ,
custom, toward """ i
him how probabilities for him I
Ie many the >s of a fortune Ererott, Holly Springs, Uembis -- t(*-
hIm lrmlnCam.
: l- and pUot |\to St.Louia, ChUaa
LlttTe City.
\ women a man may in this far oflj southern ;clime. A few '
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: r the clerk's,/d sk. He reached down\ () Sioux Ciijr. i
.Attorneys-at-Laos.\ marry at once days since returned\ to Miami;'fully | River Junction,Peniacolm. Mobile, New Orleans -
.K grasp for satcheL 9uick s oa flash the .Texas Mexico,California and the Paclc .
MIAMI; DADE COUNTY' FLOUIDA. without! violating any law. This being determined to purchase lands and plant old man 8 right arm shot. out with his Coast X

VlU practice I in all courts State and Federal a\i\mixed question of law' and, love, ando It grove. Day after day he spent ,looking umbrella and just as M/ ,B!U Coy took .EFFECTI MAY 10, 1897.
N w YORE EI n t& No38. Leave Jack
1:t; SfxMal Laud Titles.Facilities'We for have examining the\ cnly and erfectlng complete specialty being law, we feel some for the best location. At last he hoi(I,"of the satchel the umbrella fame Tlllc s.lj a. m. with TbrooKh Pullman Sleep n.

: abstract book* ('O\- rhig bomb Dada county, hesitation in expressing our opinion. ;.found his Kl, borado, and through, the ,down on ,his back with ,ill \\hack."Take .rs for Havalluab.COltl \la York. and. all! Eastern.baltimore.Philadelphiaea -
and reeve' dally report from the Clerk x>f "
:' the Circuit Court at Juno showing all land Th re seems to be no reason why stirring representative of the }<'ort.Dal.. that Joun /fellow! remarked Krints. Connects lor Frtnandlna. Return'nln
\\Ji transfers Al.l the certified Abstracts TitleIi' the visitor. "Your (":can't grab; things I o.87 reach?*Jacksonville 30p. m.
Morse he
las land F. S.
Miami not as many as will Company, NEW IARK FAn MAIL NoM, Lea re-Jack>
+ for s outh D Je count) are made at our he may marry from ll1e.ve heeri. \' how'yelyfellers ''
office. : 1-tl-hf. I hU of land and will away ouville7-00 p.m.,daily for lamXpointa north.
be purchased! ,:tract a
have, him, provided the ceremony work it./Grab a hand bag, all Curries Through Sleeper Jaeknonulle td New
i \ .,other' once proceed, clear and plant the York. .Return No. ttartvea Jacksonville ':10
not performed 'in Territory or skip afore a pan has a chancotew, win a. m.thsc1s5AT1. \

; GEO., A: WORLEY, placeo1erwhich the'united States nave same to the 'best varieties' of citrus But I fooled W this time; gosh darnje,} A!(fr JACK8OX1LLE.. No.! "Vt L ave ,
fruits. While: here be has not Wen Jacksonville 7:ou p. m.. via KVerctt Uiron,
.A.'tt=:rne -a.t-x.a.: exclusive: jurisdiction. The earliest Yew git out> here right quick. Atlanta.Chattanooga t/onnectsforLoakr 'e.

general: practice'In Mate and \Federal Courts.All st.tute1on the subject of polygamy or idle. range.has; been,his theme1, < -the The old man raised his uiMbrelkuigamthreateningly Iiaibvllle, St.Loot*. Chicago aud alt Northe '
mutt wenteru points. Returning train arrlv
Uuilwss! mtnisted will receive prompt. at- wonderful of S Southern and the bellboy\ much '
bigamy!enacted'that if any person or possibilities Ja'ksonvUleltIOa.m. '.
tention. Agent for \ slid toward hipeat' while .AKHKVII.I.E ROE'??, Through PullmanSleeping
discomfited,
''. GERMANIA LIFE IlSURA!fC-: COM PANT. persons', being married, or who'here'arsha Dade as the home of the orange has Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah
Of New York] ( \ been his constant conversation. Never thei farmer once more cautiously auaneed Colutabis.Asheville. Hot Springs. Knoxville
t te- do
I marry, marry: any person! ofNorthcarollni
the deslc. The cletk Tt'a'he9 throu.b the celebrated Mountain Country
.. AH .kind lot me pollclM wii.ton. I'fflcc over in'the history 6f this section has there \ to .- Leave Jacksonville
wife ,
i postatnce ' lSktits: ..Jr 'or or'persons, the former, husband or out warmly to grasp his prospectivguest's } 7:00p.m.: ,
4. ski Arrives Cincinnati 7:40 a. m. Returning arrive
, been much i interest in regardto
I being al ive, every such offense shall be shown hand. But it didn't gtasp. 1 1Youn *Jacksonville V.IUa.nu

'-, ,. WILLIAM COTT GOII rii R. BROOMR- fe''\ ny' The' statutes 35 qeo. II I., c. orange culture., Th result of this "'" man" said the old .fellow of Onlj Middle line Florid.through, the Peunacola.beautiful and hill, Exeambia country

SCOTT & BROOME, O7.an.d\\ 4 Geo. I., c. 11, have merely agitation i is plainly seen., Mr. Joseph ye\>,:'r&a trifle pre\Jousafn't] je?"When : Bay. leave Jacksonville 9:13 a,m. by No.2 daily I f
for Lake Live Oak Madison MontlcelloTallaba ,
Attol .t-x.a.r.: ; 'changed the punishment. A. McDonald) lion. John B.lieilly!/ I' git reddy tew shake rUlet } e know Bee.City River Junction, Pensacola Mobile ,

s" \ IN OFFICE 'The statutes of the several Statesgo lion. James Owens; Dr. J. M. Jackson, Yew don't know tne.'an' I. don't;know\ New Orleans and the aouthwest Mexico, '
'' Ualifornia and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleepers -
Will leral Coit. no farther, in terms, than to provide A. Correll, :Mr;/Morse and 11Ir- 08- yew, yet. Jest keep that paw'teryer" Return No. t arrive at JackaouyiUe 7:55am.
,
'
Colic &
tfl'O > an' IT .
\ self. There now, gimme quill
--
-; l A-rlU:: that no'person 'wlio has a former grove have selected tract of land, varying Leaves Jacknonvllle 9:15 a. m. for Starts,
show who I
in size" from ten to forty acres, ye am. Hawthorne silver Spring Ocala GalnesvlUe
; husbandjor wife.living shall marry an- I .
He got the quill and registered but Cedar Kef. Wlldwood, Leeaburgv Tavarefc.
I oth r." Under ties? statutes it would which will be transformed! from virgin bellboys, and clerks gave their guest A popka,Orlando. Laeoocbce, Dade City Plant
,-t.} '..ATKNAON' City.Tarn pa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. IIIHashyme .
.rAH T.BAN, Rn4': @emthat It! is, not unlawful for a sin- forest to thrifty:orange groves.. These full right of way In either direction.
Route Pullman
ATKINSON : no'! as single land* are'ondertaiil, with a rich yellow -Through Sleepers
SANDERS &: gle \\m, \ marry many subsoil and DISTANCE MERCURY REACHES.The Via Everett,Macon,- Atlanta Chattanooga.Leave .
women simultaneously+ as can place re ,high(; dry'and lay below Jacknonvllle 7:00 p; m., artive Nashville

c Attorneys) and UnSdOl 'at t flaw, ,themselves within the, reach of his voice the deadly frost;" line. On ,These lands! Thermometer Bulb Contain Leave 7-00 Nashville next p: m.9-00, a.m.; arrive Jack OD>-

\th e' voice of preacher or officer the moat tender tropical fruits can ,be Enough to Stretch Mile. 'TlUetlIO next & m5:15.a.m.Leaven. '
and and the
c.mce tn Rooms I 2.
.
Jackionville for Bran.wick -
iY 1, Brick Bufdhlp. planted without fearof being destroyed While almost anyone knows; about
Bfown's who i:> performing the ceremony. by the Cumberland Route Steamer. .and ....
the principles on. which ordinary thermometers Cnmoerlanfl Sound. : '
2.IHf-M \ : MIAMI FLA. whom this by freeze. Your correspondent was
tr I II 'It may be that a .court to there a.number'of 4-00 p. m:Local for Everett. Close connection ,
-- --I the first ,newspaper ,writers iu. operate area for Shortest and .
question were presented would by some among Brunswick. quickest "
things about little instrument .
the
Robert\R.1 aylor': \ I refinements and subtleties,and by'.considering :this section that advocated Southern which are, not generally known and mute C:00 p. m.-Local for Tallahassee rod Intermediate

the intent of the Legislature Dade as an orange section Here and which of deal of interest points. Arrive Jacksonville4 p. m.
Attorn p-aIr W. are a great ; \ 9:40 p. m.-For Tampa and Intermediate
,.. YUili .:" IARIDA. and construing the statute 'accor (lIg i there, in going qver"tbis: section, we says tl Boston, Transcript. One:of the 'points. Pullman sleepers. Arrive Jackson.yille7:35 -

\ . ,, j1' to its splritete., devise. some means found orange, trees 1 that wipe strong most ,peculiar of these is the questionof | Through a.m.Sleepers for Cincinnati via 'i Asbehrille. -

.. Office onlit.h, Hard street eitWat.&on's by wHich io interrupt' the wild'career and thrifty, bearing, large quantitiesof the length of tube which the'mercury Asheville. leave I:43p Jacksonville. m.arrives at Clocinnatitl:40am.For 7.00p.m. arrives.

\ ware adore\ of conjugal l felicity which our correspondent fruit. Nearlyi all the settlers had in the'bulb.of an ordinary*,thermometer Macon. Atlanta,two trains daily. Leave
would fill if it were stretched out in a "acksonvllle 8:tea.m.and 7-00 p.m.
l8lf'I out small areas, ,and these
I proposes, and send: him to planted Summer ,rates to excursion points, In effect 4.
; single;, column the size of that in the
.Silnmolis trees with and one 1st.Pullman. .
an exceptional case now
z A. ,R.: !\W Law Note"1 cons ruing the tube. Sleepers on all night trains. '
\ then are in a most thrifty condition. end for Best Indexed of
statue penal statutes should be j Township Map
Attoxney'- at -x.a.: asla11] Most people, when asked how long
construed\ ,!\ strictly, see*' no offense'in Xo one now needs: a prophetic vision to this would be, would probably say from' .Florldato{ A.General O. MCDONNELL Passenger Agent.D. .
rhoI
OROYE. . the multifarious marriage which he anticipate the future of Southern..Dade five,to\\fifteen feet, while as a matter ofuct .....8. PENNINGTON

COCOANUT I : \ I IJ.hl has 'in't i mind. We feel, indisposed to From all quarters of the great vegetable this column'of'mercury' would in TnMe KaD&P1''I, .
i Once &t Resideneer -- --
sections Southern .Dade delicate instrument be -
extend thehanguage of the legislatureso growing an extremely! .
has the most successful truck miles tn Isngf h. The reason of I this Is
gathered / < W.. MERRITT
as tq make it Include cases not embrace .
U e. w..Allen raisers. From all quarters of what was that the column of mercury! while it
; In its terms. It is not unreasonable -
\ :
l' appears quite large is really of almost
the
bestt
Attorney at' Z+aw. ; to presume tba ,'the legislatureintended once orange gtowingiection infinitesimal size. If the tube of., at her. Contractora- &
s a I to Innocent of the State, Southern, Dade;, has.attracted -
merely protect :
is broken iSiutfi.rstataloss
KEY I mometer one
WET. Fin.
of the most, successful _
counaJSiate and unwary: persons, from marrying many ,to see where the mercury goes in, AN e ,

Will praoticetn;, all the and others already married, in ignorance of !orange growers. Here these men of but a close examination will disclose ,

.J', J- FederaL'i \ 1-9-tf.. 'the previous marriage, and to prevent'large experience, which, /has been_ purchased a fine line" ,.much thinner than a flair, & & Builder---..

\ ., wives and husbands deserting' by costly experiments: in the running across the fiend of tbetube

] 'r S. Mills: '"Fow.ler,; <1M. D. their"/consorts I for others.. from:We do not frost gio have .found theirs' Mecca, and this is one end of a little slit in Give us' a chance

\l their Kl Dorado. Months when we which the mercury' rises. As it has its to your
l know tiiat e legislature' intended d to ago $ fiJUre"on
: -I\ -lOMIOPATHIST.( wrote "thitlme is not far distant when flat side toward the eye, it, appears to, '
:-r- prevent! a' man from marrying more be quite large and the convexity of the tf,8. building.
Southern Dade tithe l the most thickly
'M"i{ 13th str hear Avenue B than one woman simultaneously. when outside of the tube, through which it MrsrJuilTTJr-Tiittie
l' : I I settled sectionin the United Refer to F. T. '
>d farming :
t ', it could BO easily and in such few words= is seen, magnifies it, and'gi' d it that

1 t Choni,Dieeaeee a apecialty.r ,. "j-1aui-tft., I have said .so. This position, findsstrength States," some laughed' some said, "it's I rounded ,appearance which is So decep- Budge, and Bank of Bay Bispayne., ,
., .
.i'r. \ ,. '/ ; in the'fact. 'tb tl!the, Edmunds all bosh," .others said, "it's only the.I tive. The reason why the slit1'I is:made .
1 "I' foolish raving of at ;man," small to give the ratio ofresult / YOUR CORRE8PO DE CE-U8e well-
newspaper so \jis greatest
Jr:
.Jacks Act declares .
March 2
Act. 1882) -
; ( ,
? _DJas. 1\4. J ong.
( 1! Get it reasonable
printed Stationery.
l :
,. / addition Vet: some of these parties,are anxiousto ,for the expansion of the'menu ,
expressly in to the but it''good. Get it the
i at METROPOLIS
_
get
.: < ., MIAMI \\f 1 !secure a part of this. wonderful soil. ,in the toulb. .. __ ., / office. tfFlorida
\ usual( provision, that 'any .man who \ t /
{i I : : \ VllORIDA. or on the What,;your.correspondent wrote!, 1 is being : 1 '
' simultaneously. ,
.
-" ." it. 4 f hereafter .
': ." Watch South f "
folly
.' bmee' Preeentt' demonstratfd. _
&t same) day, marries ',more than one
} : I' 10WNLKY: itOii{DRUG gTp E. ,, ern/bade Its developments are truly s
.. t Woman in Territory or'other place
t f al
'y : !
wonderful, and reads more like a fairy \ :
over which the United States have exclusive '
F : DR. R. E.. CHAFER: e llst\CoastRy.-
t'' t ; jurisdiction, is guilty I of poly.gaiayR" ,tale than a reality.POPULATION d\

-:: DENTIST- ,thereby recognizing, that the I \ Tim/ Table, .!!.. &'J-Corr*.Ud;to .!... .. 1897. \.'

.. usual provision does not meet the casein \ / ; -

It ',; Otflc*l in Ranlerson Block; :northeast question.":v y AND'DEPENDENCE., SOUTH BOUND (Read Down).' NORTH BOUND,(Bead Up). '
j '
corner Avenue P and 13th street., Florida contain oB5 .
) ThejLawsot; nothing i Noll'/ NonaSTATIONS No 18 No 112 -
-
..' c. :., .. r -, .-9-t.t to prevent!\ a man marry'f' ng'as many I Nation That Increase Fast la ..- .....: a s..a T 03p LT... ... Jacksonville .. .....Ar. I rap ...#.. ... ....
., { bera Vaster the Bale of Allen .;.... tOSJa .... 815 .... Ar..St.AnfWitme..Ly.: \ I ....... I 00a :. .. ._..
l y women as he pleases t at the same; time. An item appeared'English paper ....:. 1083& ...... ...... ....._ Ly..8t. Atlgustme..AI': I ...... ...... .... ...... .
; John SfFrederick, llOl . ...... '
: , Our statute: :simply 'provides I that"Whoeverhav recently: giving the.results of the June ::::7.: l : : : :: :::::: ::: :: : :::.y..FiastPalatka..Hastingr ::::::: : 4 49 :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::;:

t toil and Surveyor a husband or census of the population of Egypt and J'll60a ..... ...... ...... ..........Palatk*...........Lv. ...... ::_. :...N. ......
Engineer : ng, former .... .... ...... .. 425p
:.11 tx ... Ly..P.I.tb..Ar.; :.... ...... ...... ......
wife. + UvingLmarries. another or whoever shoving itto be9,700,000an tut.ease of ...... 145p ....:. ...... ...:., Ar..8an Mateo..Ly. a 1010 ..... :;.... ...... ......,
-l .\ TTotary Pnblie, for State at:Larro.: ; 2,900,000 since 1882: in otbirwords,'a ...... 805a ....,. ...... ..... Lv..ssn Mateo..Ar. 1116 ...... ..a.. ...... ......
,Particular Attention given to Snb.Divid. :;knowingly marries/the husband ..,':. 1258p ... :..... ...:;. Lv..Ormond..Ar. ..

., ing large trscta'r or.-'.wife of) '\another .person, shall be gain greater, of part 42 per of cent.q.t5 whrchl has bettn'made year8fthe :::::: I Rip 1Sp :;:::: :::::: ::;::: "" utp: : Daytona.Orange...::.::.. ;i '=255j.:::::: :::::: :::..:: :::::

-'- Office 20th r south mde.. guilty of;.bjgamy, which ,is a:felony." since the the ...... 145p... ..._.....New. ,S myrne...... ....._ .:.... ....._ .::__
British
: country. -
FLORIDA
.t, 1= MIA1II occupatiorat
If 1 r' 21-tf. A There is] Wry' little danger of any ' 25 ..:.. ...:.. .. .. TltUSYHle ... ..... .... ...
...... . ... t..at Point........ dm .. :i,... .:.,.. ......
.r man. in tola ;'State marrying more In a' French n wpaperf; Q'tten'ti-op is amp., .4 .:.. -... .--.......: ...... .... .. .. ...... 't
j. JOHH KROHOWITTER, 'than man We think called to the fact that whilethe popular ...... 8S5p... :.. ..... ." ....._..Rockledse...... II 12Wp .:... ...... ...... .:.... ,_
one! at. once. ...., .:.... : . ...,. its . .. ... ....

( 'r'A'L.CEi: that' while'tlie l law" does not'prevent it, tion the;increase:of France of has the pot French&en'increasing Canadianpopulation ;."....--. Ii ..........,. .;;;;; .;.:..:.t; .; .fifd.........;..;; n :;..:.. ;;.....; ;... ::::::

.t '. t the danger \lofprecipitatingaidesper-! i ..... ... .. .... 43s .. ... .
: 'f ,Orer 25 years, xPert nce. ate in S'orth America has been ...... 4 tp : ..:. ;..... ...... ......Si.Sebadian........o. 10 ...... ...... .:i... 020aWI /
Metropolis' Building, Miami.. ,hai -PUU ng contest is so great prodigious-from 70O1i01rs1765to1SOO l ,- ...... ..;... ....-: ......e'.St: .:........ t ...... ...... ......
e : that few men!would care to attempt.to than ... .. .r.... ....;(. 60Ua II ...... Foal Pierce........ t ..... .;.... 110p
I Full Stock of Sample*of all Latest Weatca.A . ; O'JOJn 1891{lund more, ,' 2, OO.ood, at ....':. a S5p ::.... ..;... 801& .........._EdtDJ........... V o'.a ::..e.. ...... ...... 8 46p
M*: "' l.tr'll 1 marry;more tnan o woman, at.a time. present.' ...-. 840p.,::.. ....;;. 820a ...........JenseD. .......... : V 57a ..;.;. .",". a!SOp
( The drawn from therefigures ...,.: 848p ...... ...:.,. 840a II .............Stuart.......... : I. .;.... ..:... -.t....... IQ6p
: : : 1' ". i 1 .'i *: deduction to be ...... 'Olp ; 111a ", .......: .Alicia ....... Site ..... .. ..... ..225p
i Wm Varnadoe: ,t Culture. and from othf'T1likefigore.. is ...... 7 Zip .-.ti..:... 813& ,,,.... .Hobe 8onnd........ 81 ..... .:.... :..... 120pt. .
s r Orange ...;. TUp .. ..;.. 85aa II< .....;.West: Jupiter..,.. 80Ua .._... .?.... ...,.124Op
aNk' CONTRACTOR. By Rev/E..l". Blackman,In the"Homeseeker.. that the political independence of a people .'...... 802p.....z ..105k .. Rivien ......... o T&a ....... ...... ..._ Il lie
is by no' means a pkdgeof,increase ....... 8 lOp ;;...,. :..... 11 IJa Ar.....esi Palm Beach..Ly. 7 Ua ..J.... ...... ...._ 10 S M15p
o.M E. two months ago your correspondntwrote'anarticle :- in population on 'the contrary, the ;..... 8 ...........:. 12 zap .;... .Llnton.i. _... 6 47a.. .... ..... 914.

L. l' .p"Rock Wok and Blasting a.Specialty.UIAJIt ,t :.t ,for growth In 'numbers; of. dependent,peoples , .::::::.l0Sp.9 .::::::.::::::. 2 4sip"ap : .::::Fort.Lemon Lauderdale.City, ::: : 6''ODaaI.5 I.:.::::,:..:::::.:::.a.. Ut

la.i .t" FLORIDA.IEdttmateaVurnlshedonAp4ication.. 1 your.columns! : in ;regard,\:Xo orange :unriee'an alien aud;sometimes an .....1000p '''t,. .... 4 SOp Ar.Miamf........;.Lv. ......... .......... i 10tt

164KMIs tq nisihnroT omm ' ofte>tenTgreater A.. & W. BRANCH. I 1'ra1'0132; .35. Sf and 18. between Jack'
"I the read-
-4 culture, Among many _' mville and
; "
Stt Augustinedstly.
than it would otherwise eTbe.increaie
<<
0,8 0.1.STATIONS.. No.2. 4.
::1V o.
.1. article ; L Train as, between Miami and Tort
\ FRED RUTTIER era that >read.- ,\the.. . was> the'' ,,veteran of the population of3n-;; 216p Ou ,....New IISp 3 r'ierce daisy,creeps : '
{ orange grow err:V[. D.Cook of, ,New dia,,abruptly:stopped-.this year' by.the: I alp) 11 28a ..... .Lake Helea.Lv112;_ Nip 455p Train U,. 8undar.Pierce a4
I lip 11 52a L;,..oraDgectcT..Lvj. I:! lip a Nip Miami daily,except Monday.
: Co>ltrtorand Bailder Smyrna.; Mr!Cook has always' been an plague! IB,.perhaps ,a.fair.illustration ot a 15pAr.i..Orange ctC.LY lit Up 3 22p'! Trains 35 and = of 8t\ Augaaa

r orange) enthusiast, and has planted ad! his, k kAn ... . I ,r 'tine U
.
"t. All' kinds of Stone' Work.. brought intoeuccessfnl.bearing; ",manygroves official eninnerationof th populatioq ;Li---. Th_ St.am.r
,
4 >\ Plans and estimates fur" I 'of British India made by the Briilsh'gofernment ,!- : r
in the|inlt1'Cf New Smyrnaand '
"\ niehed fM.' \ in 1867-put the population Jt '. i.
} )111une,97lt :MIAMI,FLORIDA other'portions f\I Volusia county. <.._.. :i '" ' e 'BISCAYNE" e,
141,000QOOezelu
' of that conn try: art : "
t Mr. Cook. . had. shared the common opinion site of 47,000,000inhabIthnrsltidisttlctp: ? r 'f'"
"
\ I r 1 " -
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'
that Southern Dade was not an orange L--' \vL" Is appointed tci Perform Service as follows I
under.BritIsh i tiat.notundedirects t ..
jnrisdin" -; ,
: .T:. D.. BROWN, section:,JHe\ read the t.i dawned British .cottrroC ,:ITiIa Was.3I!) ."LJm MIAMI 10.30: p. m,Wednesdays and Saturdays, connecting with Train 8!. i Iik1L

\ : and 'over' again,and'finally it years,aigo and tbepopulation'of India .Il liT WK3T S Ml a. m. Tuesday and Fridays.

> upon his mind that'he :might,possibly; at Jhstir! time was.l91,000,0o0tftt.all.',By"tbe : "CoDDeetiAC'at Miami with Train 73, foUowlag moraine..BXUKW1TU .'

.A ARCHITECT t4 mistaken and .thatj\ after all Southern last imperial Census made by Brit* I 1> 1.r 1. \ ..
\ '* I" auUToTities,'the population: 'of India I "JgP., 'I J.D: IiAHNEB,
Dade might: be just the' place for .. ' 1'r+-Ut Manager. I A't. Gen Passenger yak .

:-" '". 1-tf" iluie, FWBIPA." the production'of'; l citrlu'frulte.' .'Wishink-" was .237,000,000- ,-"-abo* : >t it'twiet! a* mrat.U' -t-",.f. ,.. ,-,,, .' ':rf'; -'. .Bk... \!Aogaatfa A. *, fl*' ;",. \* '
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: THEMIAMI: METROPOLIS, NOV. 26, 1897. '

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: POMONA NURSERIESNEW + ONION' ---I.GROWING.,' A. B. CAMPBELL t'

Careful Culture Sore to be Well Repaid by an "
CAT
i. Abundant Tie'd.e ,
1898
t.OoyB FOR 1I From nl Florida Tim<'s-lTulon and Citizen. Manager. L'udden' Bates S. M.'U. ,
BE READY TO MAIL IN OCTOBER
E'THE; I JACKSONVILLE
T E U "' FLA.
lET weather
party write as follows of oar 1897 rata Pianos and Organs sheet MUSIC! and ..
-. or more favorable
I \ Will you&lalOg1le me acopy of your ff *,! : ._
I N rcrjr Iliad a copy but could not be desired LOWEST pRidEs EASY'' TERMS Musical Merchandise' .
|t It. 'I find *o many interesting &*$ ,
I aunt;4 tkat I do aot with to be without a, for planting We will treat you better and give )'ou'b"etter value for your
t opyOnr/ onion'seed money than any other house la the C. 8.' Send for Catalogue f
f to and r
DeW Price Una.
r 189* Catalogue Will contain all the [ !7s pMr;lb8 a
} rood feature of the LS9lcatatoguebcaide+niauy f so far as moisture f fDoYon rA
, Dew oaeti Fully,Illustrated wilh many new I
,
Photographic View We offer a full line of I iV concerned, andeorneenterprisilfg i

# .\ to FTUtlandOrnawentalTreeaandShrubs Southern planting.. Catalogue Free., Addreat adapted. Know Goo Thing1o COURSEOU-' ,,
'a
'growers acre a d y DO1;
Newest THE GRIFFING BROS. CO.. J .
and Mod Prtfltab' f i have plants three .. _
Peach far Soutbcra +
. S Plintlnjr.. -.-- -'T.FOMOgA.- - yruRSlRlIS. *-. --,a .MACCtliraT.-. a FLA. .r-J o T Jour inches Then yon HAVES'? SEES FLORIDA, or Ion would. BE, nz. __
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10.ef> smo-df., : ', high. Xovember.; 1 is not too late for Are yon GBQwnd 1 OLD? Of coarse; so ABE WE, |t' ,. -
I
But not 60 fast,: because
our MILDCLIMATE:, ,
1\\ planting, but October 15 to 20 is bet' I With ita r"i'i
WABM, -
SUXSHIXT PATS and LOXO COOL SIGHTS : F
ter. If plants can acquire '.some, size :, .> '. Makes LIFE WHAT';, IT OCOHT TO .,BE. !1 '- '\v -.= -'!' 3! '

and stamina before winter, sets in, I f' \ lI l-
e they will withstand the cold much'better Bur Do YOU LOn: n.oWDSi; frnits and vegetables. ? CKKTAnn.Tl I So do'," .
e A, HOME on the EAST COAST ,
I than those just emerged 'from the WBEB1'lon'CanUJ/3EIyOUJIOWN': \ ..'r. t

z I e U TJ Interested ground.: Still the grower had better With the LEAST LABOR 'and, zzrz tsz I. ., :\J ; .. ,

take time to prepare his ground very Do yon DISLIKE WIKTEB ? So do WE. i 'I t \ ':_: i

IN THE :- 0 thoroughly befurtit planting, even at The"nCOll1: TO FLORIDA ; we're RZBE TOl; TAT. I <\ ':. ; 4
", .... the cost of two week'time,rather than We have suBF-BATHiKa, SWIMMISO, :and SAIUSQ ALL THE TEAK BOCxD. '.

:- East Coast of Florida? commit the seed to ilt-prepared, soft, ABE TOP interested iir, ca ? II i; '
ee rough and grassy beds. IF so, WE are-interested.W Toxr. : \;

vy 1 The writer;has lately seen some.onion A LijnS to oar ADDRESS' Address DRAWER *3T \ .

I beds on which the seed was to'be sown Will DO,wo rpyns. rSAncT Ato'CSTnQ" :, FLoBID .\ ''
auRIa.tt ;
Do you want to t learn i v within a' few daysin\ which the long,

More about its-- tL; | e summer growth of crab, ;grass stuck out

--' . a J here and there' ,,having..been imperfectly THE; LEMON"I'fY HOTEL 4

Climate -covered the the .
by plow giving surface a

S Resources, a hairy appearance. The disk MRS.. JOHN T.. CAREY, Manager. 4
...... ... I ,
-- Developments and harrow, the.plank 'drag or,4igranger A very pleasant location,'Dear ;the Depot i'i Large wetl-ventilated rooms \.ot

;' and'even the hand rake should oVer ;
Possibilities ? go : G.rand'Viewof the ay.Good I
the land again and again. A very; successful r

Then write to the undersigned for a copy of the I e grower' went pver his land with Table, and\ :all the:, Comforts of. .Home I

his team ,so many times that a neighbor
["Florida East Coast Homeseeker," ; ,told him "he :.would wear'. the'land AT VERY i MODERATEA PRICES. j I'

r i Mailed.tree to ''addreAa. eS out," but he found' in: this thorough qniet,, delightful place"]for families.- {rite for term, etc, to>. . i, r
any
Stirring and firming of'the beds his in- '
J. E. INGRAHAM e : MRS JOHN T.; CAREY
j surance.The heavy and more or less .., ,
9 Land Commisioner Florida EaeL Coast Railway, '< (9i mucky soils, which ,are: most Suitable Ilna'21-t.f. .fJ8-mo !1-, LEMON CITY FLA. i':

26noytt i [ST. ANOTSTUfE,' Fui. 9)Aj for onion .culture, 'should be dragged to
; he had better sow in the field the tie'to eat, besides .
e e and cultivated' dpwn'until they are so were, what,they pickup,
r firm that a borse'$ hodf| will not :sink crop is to grow. "' I they do much better, and' 'unless,yoa

into them over an inCh, or an inchand It, is'a good' plan sometimes to sow catfgivej them full range I do not think ?>
.. too thick, then' pull)) out and! reset it
a half:;, When completed'tbe; pays ;to keep -them. For cross on .. 41"
enough plants double the common! *
/ should be level and smooth area origInally or mixed stock an Indian
perfectly ,
Fertilizer for FruitH \i i : sown. '. cock is. preferable' to other breed ';f
free from sticks, root weed?, stems any
: There should be a ton of high-grade that I have had experience with.
and
grasiso that seed drill
rile, shallot ,
"Th6 Ideal PFertilizer n be thrown out of !Iti''course Then fertilizer applied per acre: even, on I a ..--. I jaXI

\ /, : rots can be! run out with precision, muck land'and let it carry at least 8per The Ho fast For and Cocoanut Grove. "
commodious x
I- tile'dl'pth to which, l the' seed should. cent of potash. Let the per.enGage ; "Daimler"' leaves Peacock wbart launch
: at Cocoanut
;
'1 of :,
Price25,00 Per cotton-seed
Ton meal and other ni-
.be sown can be (Jrove
accurately! gauged, and 'every morning except -
rogenpua elements be small; these Sunday at 8 o'clock for Miami
twill be: everywhere the The ,arrlyingatfoot -
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS s: ''l. \ owing and covering of same.fine make the onions grow rough loosetexured of Avenue D at 9 o'clock, ''

MoUtnre, ,'' 8 to ,1O per cent gar- 'ami I liable to split rot while I eaving Miami; forCocoanut,, Grove at
I \ Inmmonia, r' I I 4 s to0; den seeds i is, ,ia matte ()n tmlf J inches, anti! ; lU:3Uam. Fare 25' cents each way.'
potash makes them firm and I
Fboepborio Ad t, 6 to ft t' and no rough:, Ufut-and- rje "f proces- urnooth.. Will'ma e special trips, returning to, r.: {
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Potash, actnal ,6 to 8 f ( liaml inj!the evening for accommoda-
; ( )! f ft. St'S will answer. The ,soil that line c ' I
Made, EfflunvfJy of Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of-Soda, Blood;' Bone been so completely ground aha pulverized ,. Points on Poultry. Lion Go of parties and,at very reasonable rates. w r
down
Dissolved Phosphate,,Fine Ground Tobacco Stem ,as above deccribed.will yield E \V.Aiusden,of Ormond,In the Florida Timer Cocoanut!Grove spend a day or two at
.i i and Potash. \ readily the prettiest place on
I Sulphate of ; .. Union and Citizen. .of
to tbe pressure 'of trie 1 roller, the Bay f Spend a day at.the home-like
Write for directions for n dug and further particular, alwj.a, >skfor: a ropy of Economic For- earn To. the! Editor. {! Peacock Inn and r
see the
\ avenue of
and compact j
tllizr lor fruit. I \ a layer of can be roy1
W. C. McFarlarid, of California palms, clumps of giant bamboos and t'
We Carry & Urge Stock of Fertilizer Material, C. S. Heal, Tobacco dust, Potash, Ftc spread over .the seed as!! smooth and writes, to the Poultry Keeper that he\ many: other interesting sight in the 1_,

'\,Write for prices before buying, vIle; seek I pie growers trade direct., true as a ribbon, ',, "t 1 x. wishesto, raise 3,000 broilersj' and' that vicinity I tf. '
The fertilizer maybe : "
? applied broadS be has heretofore been successful: butlie To I Real Estate Agents: .. *
Wilson & ToomerFertilizer CoeThe i ast before sowing, or ,through the "I
must haw eggs from ctober to Business was so dull in your line
I drill, just under ors to side i
,ittl1l one 'May. :illehas tried Indian games and during' the firstyear of our existence
Fertilizer House of Florida, I of the drill row, in which jibe seed will that we did, : not feel like urging you to
\ \ Rocks I he
Plymouth and this what '
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!t.13a.if! 7acksoavIUe, Florida.Cuisa : I be scattered. The abjection to} broadcast ,use printer's irlk-very lavishly. ,,
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says of, the results ] 'lye, feared could .j-
we not
'! & HARNIT, Agents. . Miami: C., M. BT WE,'Agent, Cocoanqt, Grove. :, application: that, it t the "weather ,value received for give 'you
I' -____ ____ "I have tried Plymouth Rocks,but the your money.
holds welds
\ .. warm, a growth, ( ofj 'f and When.there were no buyersyoo could
,- crab grass springs up all Diet I the, .sur- littleulty.was they, did; not lay}t much, be- ,not sell real estate.. t

jtsb: face. To manure the, crop iS hefts J.ood.the first of the year, and, in fact Lots of, ('money is"squandered in ad. ;

southernt: than to manure tile land-fwithjh ceraid'limits /' the Rocks are no good,as layers in,,thiIJ ertising I Judicious which. brings no returns.', "t l- '
: I think the advertisipg pays better 7
climae is
valley. too
:: ; of course. If the fertilizers 1 then :any -(other investment you 'can
for ,It" 'j.
warm them. I sent for white Indian
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,. -: Ra-.it 1Wa applied,in a:single light'ftirrow1' jiist maker ,
:1;z Tv '- J ,. to one side of, the.. onion row; a!,, Cole game,eggs to' cross-jwitb\ -th e If you lave something to .sell and -
\ Rocks, they altogether 'too here are ,people who want what you, r ..
but
: grow ...
garden in the han sof
'IBSOLDIELY THE :SHORTEST ROUTE.TULULAN I II sweep : a.car slow. are five base, it till pay you handsomely to ..
They now old
I ; J., "j ful man, can be driven, v"ery" closejto the njontbs make the known., ".,
and do not look as th ugb.t trjey would d We believe from extensive J .
young_ plants, shaving away, the grass obsenat -
1CHB017t3H 'DBAWINO'BOOM: CABS.IDINlNa\ OAB3, \ and reducing the labor of |handtweed-- be fit for service. n from five'to eight oD that printer's ink pays the real ';, t **:

r L : flIOB.Ovamr COAQJDtS, VESTIBULED TRAINS. k. to It months yet.", estate' i dealer better than' any; other .: .
ing a minimum! ) :,( business man, providing there is a'demand I
\ If the beds;can be mI'-del' up and left As California has a'similar climate to oriand in the 'locality where be R

: to \lie ten days or tvi weeks befor,seed bur own State is this lesson not appli is located. -\ t

3t l NORTH, EAST AND, \f ST.I"I" ing begins, the" crab, _grassviir sprout,' cable to us- It: is my experience afar I ;]hi3 Therei.vicinity in'a.': r good. It is demand constantly for lands increas ii.. f

w\!\ , 1 I and'a light cultivation ,wills! ilpset. and as the" Plymouth Bock, or jl should ing. Land, buyers are arriving' ituthls": -i.

i' TWO. DAILY TRAINS_ BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE ,EAST. i kill it, and there will, be }ust, that qualify,'that statement" by,say ing the section every day. 4 "
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1\j -I,' ,.' 1 : ,amount less of seed left to, germinate e barred Plymouth :Bock, for the ;white If )011' can make one sale of:%a thou- '< ..

i.. ;Washington and'SouthwesternjLimited\ i . after the onion bed:is sowhij Oniy 'experience variety matures' earlier, ; are tteI'Ja1. sand-dollari)+ property with the help of. '
ilzTEOPOLis: and commission
: ..j.'** And. the: United States Fast MaiL \ can teach$the growertto\ gauge ers,' .less broody, and being a:! smaller, of ten per c nt., you will get a make enough .'

t t. the[ drill so acurately as to, iow,the. .exact fowl they'matuie. considerably, earlier, money out, of the one transaction to ,
OJILT, 21, EOUESJAOISOKYILLETO.. !WASHINGTON, \ ." : amount he wishes; anywhere! fromthree with us at least. For broilersj\ve have$ 'pay, for a lot of advertising.Wearecoafldentthetimehasarrived.-, ". ; c 'M'
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:1 ..OJL'Y 1.HOURS TO-HEW '; to five pounds'per',acre| But it not anything as a pure breedjthatex-i <*-
; JAOKSpHyiLLB. YOn when it will| .,pof you handsomely :?
-
; :' is tcjsow eels the white For
M H W iM I', a help to, the beginner: say a Jymouth.IRoc a use our advertising columns Liberally:

Belli' Yectfbaled, Trabu oompoMi'of'"Latest Improved Pullman Sleeping Cart aDd Hotel. Dto rod, on strip of'wbitejclptn, there he cross' which our friend is asking about, Describe the best bargains you have ,
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lag CarS through without change'to Washington, BAltlmori. ,. can see every'seed and be able to )Judge if; be will cross,, the 'white Plymouth) for sale and give-price. "All goods I

Philadelphia,New York and the )bit.CTHROUQH : \ , whether it will b tod'tb) ck;wben i ip t Rock cock birds on Leghorn" hens_be, -policy.nsrked in I{plain figures"'is,.the'",best .s' .1

J JJ p germinates., l 1 a will have,the best cross for bl' i1erslor Prepare -k 'price list of -everything' 1. ',

,PULLMAN" DRAWING-ROOM.SLEEP. NG'CARS" BEt The experience of f the bes4brtheigrowers a a-warm' climate, and I have DO doubt you. have fpr sale and h&Te"'tJs print '

V. TWEEN\JACKSONVILLE AND ISASHVILLE.i 'I" notably T.: GreIii, r, theau b't'that! he' will have, 'a :hardier how I TOO a few hundred copies in'Attractive. .. tl
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: : -i; > g / v M | thor of "The.. .New"'Onion 'Culture,"I. than, the white Plymouth>, Bock as a I form.!, Theriwilliave-you Send I them to your'correspondenta.j three timea- 1- f

tFhcpugh, Sleeping ;Cars.Pa1J7: Jacksonville! 't4.'f j favors SQwi g'ln'a seed. bed knd) transplanting pure breed, for, tam sorryto;', ,s ay with their cost in tjtne; and- p08ta e,alone. t

r t. '. I tt Cincinnati. via'Asheville, Through the I 'the'en'tire .stand.. In Florida i _toy severalyearsrexperienice) the white ',You need not write a long letter;just .J..t
,
I .. experience has found that [where the Plymouth Rock has not proved as hardyas ashort] note, and enclose a price list '1'
LAND it j. ', .
OF 'THE SKY. ;
and will
: they
make sale
'I' 11 for
\
,
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you.
soil rich: and ;ib. crop ji, a limited I wish they'were, and With that exception ':
( ,
j . I''j au&P1tf, ,
'c'LJ'or 4etatled I11torm&tSOD .. to rat." ched111es aleepiDr' ''reaenaSlona; alai appq J! 'one, so that the grower will have rim e I call them the peer of ill fowls t 1 ,,..

-zacof&he80UTIIUXB4n.'YorltaoozuaeotiODL'j.. !. .q to glee= each plant.careful attention I iit", 'as a general purpose fowl, that is for Cityfot Biff \Vlndmllli. .y :
,1 Amtterddmtthe
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t'BHI1'1 :\* bettjer\jto: .sow :'ln':a 'seedbed"anralisptanti : d eggs and meat' \coDtbin X thing S, '. ' capital- of the Xether*"
H,riorld Paw. Aft:,313:Wi eat Bay Street, Jac onTille.'Fla.-.J; ': lands, io/, uated' at the confluence of 3 ,X-
1 The; act of transplantinseemto however, with proper selection, using '
'l.M k'OULP.' ,** ; then< :
W..A.TUEZ. a'$ HABDw1aK \ 'er .Amstel and -her arm (if.the ,
; : give a to/root a male bird of a different strain tba '
f. .i ,TW ", O n.Pass. last den. f Jheclc1:. growtlandlTn h I Zuydcr!nZeecalled the' Y.'Cprocotinced 'f: t
P -.J .Uton i W ;D.a... r' iu0" :;. i(iaiQetusto bulb l growth-aVd;, ra'' hardy chickens can be produced, j eye)..', 1C.is a forest of loftywindmillilie ,3,

1 .;;;, 4 -lIu i' ":Z 1807., . .. I y, f t' ... transplantedu0nforijwhich" ;1 is',not. .'ti 1 :There has been too much! inandinbreeding'in :' form!\ of [towers, steeples, pyramidsrtrancajtedconea -, f t ';:

"-0' II.fowedi;i pij account of: drought or'careless : i this variety;;',and I know lend aerial errst, 4 "

' "IJ. 1"t"' < ,' ettinto"receive".'a., stunt, ,;:.witgrowtlarger.bylOto II 'no reason;for it unless,it is to_increase lions wiring their enormous arms and 1 '
: 11' : \ : whirling above*the roots like a cloud of'monsier i
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, 20 per'cent4.tha: :a; size and that, is not desirable for oa '' 1"
birds, beating their Duet '
; wings
i }{
i :the one which stbpd alongsfd fii 'climate. ,
an'ijfasneyer southern ,For table_use/tb the Iti is
city : .
,DistilledtkiamffpeiCo.( Water') '"..... ..Orders ';,Pftrly"trn 1 : owdy- 'Bat "I(: 'the;'gT w Indian ;game: certainly takes the firs no;,fewer than' computed 12'.000; windmills thaUhet'eare'I! in Holland I "},
.., has a large 'and Is likely',':to di t1pitoftraaipaotinrghurriaUyther tpE placet and for .
.1. ..." crop egg-producers '',the- las ; chiefly j nploj-'ed,in pumping:and I' \ i
. : : ., S... N-iGladwin: Mang' : ) i e on the list of domestic fowls. ,However! draining, r Many are of vastdMmensionveach 1 -!

"vaJTUhf.j "u'.r; t'' 1: ..by.,giving the glints a:,serioua, set>yac k; if'they are given a savage land! Wry]lit1 : sail Isoraetlmes exceeding 60 2eet. I '
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4 THE MIAMI METROPOLIS; NOV. 26, 1897. ,r
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i\\ OUTSPOKEN ,JOURNALISM: I TnejXews still harps on;bur saying \ i A

The MitIiii Metr olis. i, We admire the position of the LakeWorthjiews that/'somef our county, officers are
excellent and some are not excellent"and B
, Bank of\\Bay
in following the prompt 1: s e
ings of its conscience ventilating, in would \ ha/e. his readers believe \' rfV
Entered in the Postofflce at Miami Florida. that in making i this statement and ,
language outspoken certain :
nd-clali matter.
too ,
as lec none
... .. ... .tailing to suite who "are excellent and
i local'matters of scandalous nature :
a, ; '
.
TUB MOST BOTTTHEKS''NEWSPAPER! PUBLISHED -. not {t. throw the ban of
excellent we -
:t:;, ON THE MAIN LAND Of and we do not wish tov detract from, the/ suspicion :over them all.?' Xbt so MIAMI, FLORIDA. ''I I ''', ....
'Ii THE UNITED,STATES. credit it deserves when we say that wp "
( 1... .,. .I. .' brother. /Some, of our 'county officers = 1NCORPORATZI, UNDER,, THE LAWS or FLORTD. '
: FnbllJhed by the East Coast Publishing, Compauy fear it has already realized that to purshesuch' areAbOve suspicion( and they are -to V \ V
: ,a Corporation. a course would be unwise.\. ,It
in no : wise, I disconcerted. .by our re- I \ Conducts. a" Banking, ,
"
has probably about as far as Bro. eROwri : ,
fALTE6 S. GBAflA 'c J Editor. gone / WM. M., t '''
marks.! fear I Drafts 'f.
who
do duty ,
. . : They their Business. Issues Alj}
"" ": i etcalf(,:of the Sun, was wont to-go< in thin'roift : PRESIDENT \. ; on ,.
I no 'eft the,METROPOLIS, or
Subscription Rate,: his as far as' the ditor Parts of the World! Accounts
r buoyant days, R. R. McCORMICK I 1
I One ......$30D oiher{ in the county. "Letthegalled .
months.year ............ 100 of" the METROPOLIS' everfound, ncour- any paper'' i V.ca-ParsiDrNr. Solicited and Every Favor Consistent
Six
blngle: : ooplei... ....'................ <*> in his' ex rience. jade! :wince"1 says Shakes: \', V
... agement,,to go early. WithfConservjative
Foreign subscriptions M cent extra to cover peare. Where-the shoe fits there it CHARLES GARTHSIDE. Bank
postage. .'. Remember do not want to suggest j .
we "'ER -
.
,. ;" 6cht" t't''P int Extended. \ '
!
'i' : the trite saying about a certain class p r I( xXo \
The:Metropolis is for Sale a'be Following / we will not name them.'.\, I :
Agencies' who '"rush in where angels fear! to '
I: : Possibly when the News man gets a i COZRF: SPONnENTS: : \ _
.. ..A.T.Carter,Coeoanut Grove,Fla. tread." IWe say with th /utmost sincerity ;( V
"' i Anthony Bros., We t Palm Beach,Fla. ; little more discretion i and IJII
,;- ksuers, at Wolle's Otnts*FurulshinBtor that iRe admire the course of the a'littlekmore Seaboard National: Sank, !' Ne :v: Yorlci:
policy he! Will not call names either.,
Miami '
;"'; vatuxiel Belcher, Miami }'IA.t' News, and itis with true regret thai We accord to him the privilege\of Nat'l Bank 'of Jacksonville, 1 Jacksonville
O. M.'G reer, Miami.Fla.' signs of change of .
we note ;,a policy. \ I \
,':, ,. Key West New Co., Key West,Fla.All This changes we are/confident, is choosing whichever) policy be pleases l |I ''I V FduEiG CORRESPONDENT: 1'- Itl >

","\ all checks omc,drafts ation.money ab11d orders. be addressed and other, god re- du to cowardice, on/'''the part of tot the, ,and The we"claim,ews" ,man the, same, says right.speaking: of.. .'. :" Khauth, Nachod, and,.Kiihne, -'V ,Ne,vlYork.Elegant : '

iaittences made payable to Newt, but of the people-its patrons- / .

'. 1'HE EASTCOAST\ PUBLISHING::Mfam1 CO.. Fla: its|seeming friends. :And right; here the county capability offices': "as in pointof' hon-officer l Icon Vault and" Burglar-Proof[ Safe'With'Triple-Concussion.Time,Locks
and each and
or -

,I' MIA1U--, 'ffl1DAY; HOY.\ 26, 1897.i lied, the, if true possible/reason/for. why the! average it is not, week expedient of '\the\county, is, unquestioned.every =' \ /' V oUhe! ,Host Impmed Hate._ I .f , '

FLO.RlDA Look here brother, ,did you:ever readin
, .
:< be Jutspoken ; -- .
: ly Florida;,newspaper to new I
: the about the '
{ man
testament );
,' > W& are pained to Darn that our, universally in us opinion.e .. I } .
i / \ and his rift who died:such a sudden , CHASE &', HARNE

= respected and able county have newer found,itscf. ; and when death Are you really, so ignorant as ,

Judge, Alien Ueyser, bas: been Compelled the\ situation was forced upon us, we you pretend?1 \Iwiiile you have your / ZLA aINSURANCE. I '

;_ on account of ill-health, to ,have felt after: the
considering
\. always hand. in-n t'le' >ye scandal if you are V FERTILIZERS.
; the of law for' the '' l .
abandon practice
{ mater reasonably, that/it was not our not'tired',tlire are plenty of other mat-
present'at least. We:simply X yoice thesentiments bounden/tluty to mak /a target of ourselves '' Mindwe !
ters inight'ventilate. six million
which We Thirty
} ypu!
:2 .. of all who know, him in / represent We are Resident Agents for"S ftJloJ.la -
:
to to ring about a reform
> trus .Jlis'' I , attempt, ," ,r do 1''ref rJto[ the'social ':scandals., of Fire. Insurance Capital. and enre" andMIdealM bra detof Fertilizer.
that" ndedwhenman
saying sincerely almost, : If you:{eiliy! want to kno\vto whomwe have'paid1over' 8. .OOO' fire losses|\ln I'. ) .
long Our Prices, : ketVandonr'
suit
{ ;
'will be fully restored!ere :your
; health. ; of thy/leading men/of, the community '
refer!\as "i ot: excellent a-ik t Miami in 197. Will write ,in Dade ;
; -- and that he- will be'enabJltI to resume discountenanced honest intentions.The wellfinformed'tnan' Goods snityonrtitn'1.. 11,' ,
l
: opr, .
first meet; ou Brevard *
you or Connty. ,
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l. ,the practice! : of his profeasioh : Lake Wbrffc News, we regret to need not remain\ ,ignorance i ii
I t' \, his po ition-as one of the ablest sass reach ; or,, 'is about to reach, In' lo 'ilg'! .tins 1 discussion w'e/repeat 1 \ l I

E 1i; land honored. members of.' th1' bar of the c, nclusion' /that point which many that in advisingthemselves voters not commit Don't, come 10 us unless Jon want :yonr money,sworti.i : .

, 4 i |Dade county" ,other)newspaper men of ,high impulse ',to'.an' r candidate! ,in'advance .iy-ir. ,

have beep forced to, reach ',sooner or and in alii that'We said jn those innocent ,

;,.t WE appreciate,the. liberal i 'patronage later]andV \, cannot''lo' better than to paragraphs, which/provoked: such '. : .'. .1." .

it ,!. which; ,is .being bestowed on fur {1j job reproduce; yitsx own words )1 on the,sub* desperate'rage', .on the part of,the News, . .. V

f. ; printing establishment, and. in'ori'' er ject. .\| It /does\not cry "Enough H we were prompted by patriotic,motivesand

?;,. t to manifest the sincerity of our f,elI Neither does it\say, "Lay on, Mac had 116 selfish)aims or personal: politicAl . H.J.Egger&Co..r >

It'I: }ngs w, have. within the past few, days Doff.lr /It does not admit.that its poll l ainbiUon.i We explained the ,

:. :' ''1 gone carefully, over ,0nr'ilCbed: e' of icy tias proven unwise. I It simply; matter fully,in a'former( issue.. I Stlcteeaop-s to E. L.BRADY, 4.CO 4' .

.1_ 1 f ,' prices forprinting, letter heads ,nvel- recognizes the lack of\prpper moral fIn criticising editorial matter in '

Ir\ opes; c 'tI.l hippinK tags, circulars, support, and when :;sucbx fact i is:once' another journal 'as the News'hal'\done : Groceries Grain; Hay and Gardei-M.

,;L' etc., and male 'a voluntary reduction recognized' we know J! what it means,' in the''presentCase: the honorable k :
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( \\L. all along tbe)line. This is donej.in br- what a chilling effect it usually has',, fairminded method 'is to publish the \ 4
: : .MIAMI AGeNT FOR MAPES' FERTILIZE!
': ;'..' J"r der that our patrons may know that we upon the most earnest reform 'editor.In article which is'stlbjected priticism' \ SS .
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:' .', value their,patronage and/As' evidence / speaking;of its positiou'the i AVu-s in full and allow the reader toi inter' We call tbe attention of the people'-of Bay Biwayne to our ftnrk of Simple 'Sand
--::" c that we,,.are aware if-we want 4Akeep pret it himself". 'lh'is', not 'considered Fancy \ e'
: says: . \ of Grain. flay Brail Cotton seed Heal Ground, Food and WbeaLt\
s r:8.: all the, work at home, ec must putt But {now comes the most serious in accordance'.with1, the ethics of honorable We ore the only bonne on-Hat Bismyne decline eirlnsively la the.lM>reline e "

':,\ I' 'prices at ,such, figures at.it, id ll not; feature of it all. 1'bere/were: a',few journalism ,publish portions, or of food We boy aud solicit pmrooage.erytrnlf H. EGGER &
cure C.O
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:rw pay anybody to send''iny of their orders men who, parading under, the garb of selectionstesprcialll' when, as in tbe ''t-lY-If ,( I : b '=;-.1:. V e'"

!I ,:'3' for1 1 printing to/Jacksonville/or\ respectability' ,men with' families! growing present case, tbe offensive matter con' . .
of
: up'some whom cried out perse
',1 Anywhere,else..J j cutionotherl| 'Iso particularly nice ad B.ists'of short paragraphs: and then to V V :

: \, 'We help you and,want yon to help US. to be shocked'''at the publication of such 'Iplace'l Js' or'str 'construction or

# .,! "r i ''We aim and are, able to handle all orders things.4 In every instance,so far, these interpretation upon+ it. If the Sews bad .M A.M.ir .
3-r1'' ( \ .have extended, their aid to these '
men ,
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and \ publishedXour
"neatly, cluaplg "pram 1y. paragraphs as they -,'
;' .: \r ''K ... -. I' ruffians] or have condoled with and appeared
t .'- : (,. :: v* /f thereby) encouraged them Although in par columns.so that its readers -

THE (blTrilOSPITAL FUND. "few in numbers, they are' more to be i : could have extracted tbe true mean-
t ; dreaded\ than, the ruffians,ali We have ing for themselves I ,'its tirade would not .
\ ti ",A number.of.Representative American fear both their bad and the :\
to example
t needed
w IIenba.decl; ; totake Activesteps evil effects of: their encouragement to have ,an' answer. Whether the

in accordance: with/one, of thesuggestioncontainetl this low!class./ The attack on\ one of Views has been guilty of, willful misinterpretation s. ann' ots
i,: T\ << is JOTashington'sJ'areweirAddress.and the Newa' forde Saturday afternoon is ', of bur'1. remarks or dense Busin w R inen e
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\ really the outcome of ,this encdurage- ignorance and inability to extract the
) ,: = establish" a great ment for the .fellow lent immediatelyto meaning of words:I|ln their ordinary .:
.national.nonsectariaii i.eJ'jity.'aft confe'with' his creatures, and( -
Vt, D. ,hands toake threats, :dire, were made' during: the, sense, it is in dthe case:entitled to
Washington, .C.;:: Many '
I' . work": and antes realizelthatlit \ : l our pity. }, : J; 'f : L'Evtl\
light : t.f evening."t '
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\r. f :e\e/y' person ,Jn /he 'tfinited'Sate s i i "'- :In either case ,it'. ha i done us no harm; { : :
i either like I
I case! we ar! the county +
thsumlof ''IN'
"/t.wiil l jcontribute one rut; POLITICS ), DADE COUNTY. ,
\ officers who "are llent General Agent fox! Mrs. Julia ] Tuttle.
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/ sum'to begin \ ( otedsomething ex pe rectl..r'easy' ).
t < thfy will secure ajsjoodly. ; ,The Lake W6rth pews de' '
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conscience. fj If it should Come 1
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th There ar people in last '
t i w \ 7U,000Uuo over a column .againl\
} -<'th country; orie cent! eachWouldbe'the week in an:effort to prove that the to pass that we, sholf ,d ever have: any Prices From Per Lot '
,_ '. the budding political ambition wr; shall > $50 to .$1,000 According !to :L c 11011.
/hope'to corner is
; $700,000. lay METBOPOUS: : man anxious for legislative' -
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t''J l' have no fear {of i i it being nipped in the '
:: : j.etone i on the/next anniversary, of[the hono"because a few weeks, since RAILROAD, FARE to Miami over.the Florida' East Coast Railway will'..be refunded -
bud or freezing
V/birth of Washington, February;'SSnd, he advised tbej voters' of Dade _not to at any\other' stage by any to each purchaser of a lot', provided purchaser trill,'produce receipt for inch
: !' blast which;(could possibly emanate fare, which trill be received aa cash in for lot.Myft '
part payment
Send andIelptbe. receipt :
_' ;j189f.. ,: long your penny, pledge themselves;, to vote for: any particular .from the II4ake' Worth :Xews. \
gOOd w rLj \. candidates: at this time. It also '
; t p I But in such an event.it; would at least Main.\ OO.ce'
V 1 ft 3 In;',this Connection permit us,to.men, attempts to make its readers, believe \ \
; t have some basis for} testing its power
. ... lion.i the, ian: .. for buildinga!, city hpspi .- that we reflected.upon the- sobriety and , instance ; \ ;

: ((1 I tal' at M,iami.; Perhapa! .every/personresiding good,character'of' \ Senator Dimick and; entirely which,iu''wasted.the present' Thus, brother has;'ends been . : H\OTE"LIIVI': : ; AMJ 4' j ft
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:' ', in {hiscityis'not able; to con- 'I! h. R. Bl Potter!, because we asked< on our part a on roversy with whichwe '

t. 3 tribe-a dollar,;but we believe: every the .Qoter4'of pad who,, they would believe you base already'I' made dour -1 t e\- i. 'l ,.

1. : :adul/male could. afford toontribu'tet \ send to tbe ',Legialaturp, Heir year. readen'tiredl'.. I i :\

; : the/much to this'most worthy object, :"WiU-It bEt'I tbe' best man,we,can-Bud! \- .' \ , YORK'BAKERY r'
AboutjYeiW'Fever.The
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andthat, 'would t'mean: .at', matte oo.'s someone is'not i 'bankeriug"After following clipping; coming as f it .
"'hecommittee in some "
the the it be lJo 1'
having} honor,1orwiii does from that< widely-, read' society -I
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rge,, hope'tgcreate a,Lospital'\fund .-who' _: (to Tallahasseelandhive | journal, the 'Xew' Yorkj Towvn Topics \ 12th Street,west of Passenger 't-

.j; : Cfri.OOO, possibly; more;and'.have the glorous s :, time drTfaking; and which has no special purpose in booming \ R i \
Depot.Bread
t: +mon y all Io'band before the 1st days ''g mbJ o'It."\!We stand, by what we said\ tbeHoutb, should al ay the fears of ye \
all timid travelers whd are thinking of na
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s, i'. ;' f.'r ruar1.1): \\1 Qtir inquiryis!, pertinent;_will the Democrats I avoiding! the,!Southern:: States this winter tJ: Home Made" -'I . ,\ VI

t,. "', & of'Dade nominate a man of>> high'' ; _, _\ I I t ,: 'I '. ' "
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: II JoQ\ Rc9a. j.yorjNO, \ 1. a'beaatffol order.for:''.their representative,,and as "The other day a: friend of mine told Graham, __ I.,
l 1' i1 pays me that he had the intention. of making -
tribute.to:henry 'Gebrgeithe<< : dead standard bearer next''year,:or not? list a southerntour\ tbli winter; with Baked daily,and Delivered: Free to any part of town. .,
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I l. /j t philosopher, in a recent numberoftheNew :. : 1k t a foregone<<:! conclusion that they, willselect his family, but that on'account of this Bolls Bane Cakee.Pies. Everything first-class.: Specialty of fresh esnfeetionand *

t .York which the a man of high, character., .'If soolrcauti.onct'uld epidemic of yellow feverjhe\ thought he mils. I have one of the rnoet modern and first-clasa ovens .Picnio and' ezcnr, '
\,0 closing ; '
U.efaJd:1 ; ' should abandon it and to southern parties fnrriiBbed on'' short notice t tV
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words follows .. ,r do no barm, itv was V V
; are as t. \ ;Europe- lie .such' surprised when f !
-t . | :. was ,ADAM: MAYER Proprietor'Remember !
k He hoped to spend.his days tin liter: simply unnecessary. 1 told him of the fact,;well known tome 3 \ ,

t,ature. .J i There, was no.'bint' that 'be ';We neither say, nor infer anything' from years oft experience, that ,rallfl'ntter deopt-I deliver<< ',,|eterything.. free of charge.' Remember'the pare 12th Street. i-v luat'weriof .f,
-mFredk.
of. ia.i'egard; within tweuty-tou'rbourS of the, first' :
.t would be renominatvd: for mayor, or derogatory to those who represented ,
I any publi '8tation., 'never saw him Dade. county at.lTallibasseelast frost all yellow fever disappears, the \ ""
J 1ore onti nt: He rejoiced in the birth I germs being absolutely killed.:Persons
do truthfully
of a grandchild.;' It:was the child of ft year. We* could, \not so ill with the fe\ej when the frost comes' S. Morse .. .
t dearly lovedMaugbtw, a'lady of grace even Ipso' inclined.'Vwhen. ,we either'die within twenty-four!: : hours or kt, .

| 'audirultarA-few: 'days were,4o pass penned,the paragraphs'which\! so''raised convalesce, and with ordinary care'are '

: V \ vrhva'I heard of,this'daughter's, \j death, tbeJre of_ theLake] .Worth Kewsman, well in three orfour days. :Yellow;. :ftEAL\ I
the-babyitingers Dd;more to press the fevor never originates where frost Is ESTATE
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> mother'sbosom. The ;blow went, to we thought! of the. ,:counties,of, Florida known, because the'e' 'slightest frost destroys ,

*: hiA bear. .,.'1hcraptrbeantiful( : : vision] which..bad'seut,men!to Tallahassee ,to ,what ver, maj be{the, germ of ,
'.;,home,.h'ld.re'.grandchUdren' and the have 'a. "glorious time' drinking! and the disease., It is for this reason that Miami
; ,peace of "'old age broken, unished.Whf1i"ll .\ .gambling;'w .did' riot place Dade, in a strict' quarantine,'which ought to,be \ Dade 1 Co i,, Florldaa\;
ry- Georgeentered tllisre- made national, would:forever debar fever \
: category 4We koow that \
the of
} t i 'cent Canvass he'has as Q with a dag- some ,(ruin the United States.: Whenever

'ger,in,fair' heart.. ,Because of.'this i and! the counties" "1J d1i11, send such it has appeared it has,been brought AGENT FOR LANDS OF / ', < .
the>|superhuman efforts of a' mercilesscampalgniitny men to ."aUab&8see..ti t year; "possibly from" some point ''where {rost is never .
friend lies dead within felt:\ People who have the habit of going 1 ) Florida Railway.
j : Dade map do ,so. Because: Dade East! Coast Co. ,
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tV t the gatesof,Babylon., Not in our day |South in, tbe winter'or who contemplate
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VV bay.'!Auietica' ,bad .a finer manhood, a did not tend such :nienlasi tiitieis; ;notin going this year peed have n6 '.' j . >>' : Florida' 'Coast Line Canal and Trans. 'Co., I
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'rpurerpirit: ; a more'chivalrous :antagcraist our hunrble|'opinlolilao7''ua'uranc' uneasiness on .the subject.after frost I'l : I

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A HANDSOME. SUPPLEMENT abundant t- but on reading the article <\kit music i will lie r' 'idered for;'the oc- \1887 JtTYEARS, ESTABLISHED 189? "I -t
\ i inj the METROPOLIS la it week on asion. A cordial's, I invitation\ ex: \

,\ Telling all about th?Reception Beinj prepared the camphor tree\ ami its :anti-mosquito ended to all The Magnolia Grove aid Nursery Company; \ g1I
s1 for the Steamship MUmi. \ I qualities, his ejes' have been opened to 'He\ W. K.; Stanton jsatfi'lHlit.s-, :; ,
the this the of tlJtAi'r'frE't'dolll. nnual meeting of1\ the, Indian ,River i ..
:L On December 3rd, or the 10thi that\\ fact\that was cause '
; \ AfWiatibttl at I "i ,llELLEtIE" MARION COUNTY LFLqRI A.."
, is with next i issue ur the one'after from the pests. Mr. Lang has lt4ptist Ft. ,Pierce, !
\' next, we our hall issue: a handsome supplement two camphor! trees planted, in'hi, yard which! content- uli..from Friday the AVTe'have a choice ( << f r. ,;
\ near lid house, and be is IIrend to .'Jth until, Sunday. II
' a copy of which 'will go to ) Budded Oranges Lemons and Trees '
it, every subscriber Of the METROPOLIS. believe' .that' they were the means of \' \ ,: Grapefruit J "{
\ TheNew Terminal. I
keeping the.mosyoitttt'*. Mr.iLangjhab I
\' ) Several thousand extra copies ,01\\ the away trees visit\ the. new\ terminal : fsloo Trees in Nursery Form -* '
several his A to
f.r supplement will also be printed. 'The \ more on \ j \ ; 4' yI
place below here''and says he shall certainly wt't'lk revealed the fa t,that the> work is .
will be of sheet two twin '
one ,
; supplement \ I This tection bag never Infested with the "WHITE FLY' the stock Is clerti and
\ .' pages of the same size ,as those of \our (obtain some im'fe for his home:' progressing fiery rapidly., ;:, The'" 'pile health and equal to any In the State. Great care\Has been exercised in procuring,
\ regular issue, It will be printed\ on place. 1\ I work' i" aU| tnplt'tt.'dand-) : the workmen I And selecting budwocxl,that eitrb variety would rrove-trne to name.; VARIETIES r
1 Thet\1 boml'stead'prnr'rt\ i of1 J. o.' are now,putting Ion the caps"and I Parson Brown, Boone's Early, Pineapple,Banford's lied*Jaffa, Paper Kind St. Hitch
in blue I
fine \
ink
good book paper so as thefloor far1'as' practicable el,StMltfbel|\ Blo.w|;Hart''a Tardiff or Valencia Late. KW,Tangerine, and guttium .
\ to bring out,with propereffect.a large Roger\isone of the prettiest places at layi ing' \ as Oran qe."'Jo!selyn, Walter*! and Seedless Pomelo Villa.Franca. Lisbon and Carney = :. <\
"half-tone" engraving of the v Mr. Roger-deserves( credit 'lie floor space along I h the front and ,"Sicily"Lemon. Can also nrnlah prices on. fall line of Decidaoas stock. Trees de- ;
I steamship Miami!;; this will occupy the made. \ pxcellent, showing' he has sides\ will be left open|\ so that the I I \UreredataUpolntsontbe\Eaat\ Coast, w ,

.i,. centre of the\front page of the supplement ) I A casual visit' to (the place: redges, when [they commence to dig : TO, THOSE CONTEMPLATING SETTING OUT LARGE GROVES OF SEVERAL THOUSAND TREES ( "

\:r ; of the 'page showed \\ hiangoesi guavas!! ,| avocado front he one thousand! foot basin iin I l will give my personal assistance, if required.in superintending the planting, out of, $", t : '.. .
taken\up ; lime, ,fruit and of the wh3rt'ica; deposit the '
. will be with an article telling pear, orange grape stock sold from our Aureryl ,a -
all about the programme,which is being bananas\ growing, profusion, and all 'rork land earthy\' under, tie' dO'k.Th@ We io vite all to inspect oar' stock and get prices before purchasing'elsewhere. .t..at- t, I' : _,
t i, the trees Booking ,,exceptionally fine.Mir. (med spur track around to the site 9ftine alogue after October 15th. ADDRES3 : : iI

J to, the arranged steamship to give:Miami a royal, and reception bow the l ogtrs has a comtel mill on his temporary warehouse' ) is now being \\I \ ", y i\ 1 F.. D. WAITSI", )
hi fertilized\ with laid and the 'building will be moved -' O ,
i plan will result in Jtreat.hpractic. l place and trees are I- ,' !'\3i
| benefit1'.to our city.l .' nothing but the refuse from ithe mill. over its about ten dayaj 1C is quite an Oct.lstSrao-I h?. Manager.' .':. . r .
\ - I 4. "Brondgeest is home i tfti r' an' extended impressive! sight 'to stand lat one'end ofthe > .. .d,
,rbe'steamsbip' will arrive at this ---- -- ;- I
\l port on or abut January 1Mb next visit of pleasure :andl! businessin immense'dock! and! look along the I broal.ant1Tilli\ I I r 1 ideas were carried Attention wash given to the supposedfit a
"" mud it is : at this YewtVrk, Boston and Bother cities. ..Ifeet\ front of tlle, dock: It only out it would have ef Q
none i too soon even I \ a tendency to largely leak, and to the :relief all, there was ,aJ"Y'
J. tame for our people; to be fully advise The Thanksgiving supper and dance eeds the presence of, two or. three increase'church attendance and Worship none found., Di,-J. J. Warren t'Xey 1
theafiami is to be given by the Housekeepers Club, last great steamers to aU\e\\ onto imagine in' on board examined
.s' to bow : our,fair city. Only! those ,who Nest who was the
in night was a' very pleasant and successful himself Ion one of the)dng docks o; thocean '
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and invited to heartily'operat.e were present can appreciate at those wound of Mrs.: Wigginton and found
" making the affair a grand,success. event. Probably the largest number of steamer in.New Yorjt City only who remained 'away missed. 1 it was not, as serious aaat, first'tbougbt

f To write an article on the subject people that has ever gathered' at the that tins, dock' ,, is\''longer than most of\ At the cl,08, of the address' 'a coilec- ;. ,-,The, sailing vessel being i
of the event I Club-bonsejon any\ ,occasion were as- tJt! >IJJ. There, are sev en feet of water tion C '
and not give the date wad taken for the deservipg poor, hailed ,torbelp,1came ba k."d, gave = p
'like Hamlet with I',sembled to j do justice to th4lvery flue now at the front of thedock,4of' course. and '
committee distribte launch
'Would be )playing a appointed to | line to the and towed it to.the,
'Hamlet left out1;'it is impossible to fix 'mean'prepared' by the ladies, to enjoy when thd| basin is completed there will .the sam' .i.iThanksgiving wharf, and all on board repaired to the ?

1 'the; date at, this,time'because ,it :wouldjl \'the pleasnnt pociai festivities |and wbile b e t\\elve or fifteen feetrlie new,depot I . .' Inn where the wounded was 'comfort-i;
nbt do to ave-It'scheduled to occur on away the happy hours in the gay dance.The I now presents an imposing appeari i \ ably cared for by the hospitable,wife of,

a nay when the'Miami is not sure to'beft room was profusely aud| tastily i nce with' the beautiful! Wer \ at the Hotel Miami the; proprietor. Upon examination it
It be out when she decorated* with palms and other evergreens entre and covered walk to' the entrance i found J. J. bad-re- '
must figured that
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t & e From C to 8 o'clock, last evening, a'argenuwbe'of
the artistic work of Mrs. Harland w4y The .
((VSiril : arrive;; also when, she will leave I on 6tlistreet platform invited :Were ceived a severe bruise on the wrtacplr. '
\ and Trapp andttMrs. Jno. Cbas. Peacock. SXX) feet along the\ side of the guests ,"
,\ Ofoi Hassan oo.berfir.sttrip, the.,re- Miller a terrible blow on the sideof the.
ntertainetf dinner our
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I5 .after They were provided the material by Josie rack, halfl\ of which'ha4 been'made 40 by genial .
: held. day )
: Veptfcn.mustfbe! some jaw, a J1lngaoo1f'is.
argesw
Frow.wd fit and Frank IV.berts, who feet wide is laid and the shed over its tost and hostess; Mr. 'and Mrs. S. Graham causing '
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j'that! on whit t&the, arrives of thehotel' Miami. TheL hall, Wigginton a long gash on the forehead; ,
1; 'betore she leaves for are visiting here from Key West} The almost a ,' '
fthi8 port: and, eitttier4ideofl corridor and (dining-room were beautifully andl"; apt.' Carney had hfrlshoulder'
Nassau. \ RThe'grand beautiful effect of the green was,set' off The grounds on ; ,the depot sprained. All'went to bedat the Inn.

reception ball will be held by sowed handsome floral Inininga, furnished will bej'an' ornamental addition'to decorated'' with a numeninsvariety and',, with grateful.hearts to a merciful God ,:::r.-., i
\ of and flowers Mrs.
bj* Mrsl! Douglass: aud Mr. Ewan. the handsome, edifice A The' part: ferns .
,v about January 15th, but it should not [ Gra.ham'9 'countenance beamed that it was no worse. The launch was .
i be}held exactly on January tb because Miss Mand Btickell: presented the club between the depot i and theoulev'ard \ jwith badly torn up; and it will take A con, +J' '
miles her
'' as she policed the results of
'\ 'o' the Royal Poinciana Hotel has with a ,large \.boquet\. of fine flowers, buck i I leveledand I \'covered efforts at endeavoring to make oiners siderable sum, to place it=ilk repalf,
which fumed ;\1! fitting centre tor the with rrich : earth preparatory to
\ its opening on that date and the guests \ p ; The lights-on the launchwereinplaee;
happy.. The itensiVe cuisine was the :i .j;
of that\hotel, and of the Palm:'Beach platfonn.'l( f f0? f onr to clock in the, evening lantiug the'grass for thejawn.\| the and tbe"ttber"vesseI was not seen 'ue'-- .
test the market affords and
1pp lUwan4atipresent at. the nnt..leight nt night, the \'housekeepers ' outer 'fide, (;.Mr.. Nelson J ,, "who,, hasebarge !' was served ti, I too'late.to *get t out"bf"Jtheir Vra jf- f"
the in the,best bf|style. Tfi?;bills of fare, ,
i', Topening.. It is also believed thatmanyr ,,were pept busy .providing ,of thltP&rt.ou.u! ,work.is hardt This arty : .... :\:
teas brtiilghtsst
tbe
a pieced of neat htlrogravure Work executed nmrning ( : :
c/ .. of'them will desire to patronize; their guests with dinner, a feast which ;was fit work \\iti: ; f rgt'tl.'e!\ r,ttaods, '' '- '
reception ball to be held at the Royal for a kings\ Words' fail us when tae attempt blasting rutting out the rock and arthisfiice i.ere very ,pretty'and to Miami-by.CJapt/Car' J 1., \it ; .

--. Hotel :the two dates to tell of the good things set before leveling: off., \The grounds will xtend received manyjcoinpiiments. They'consisted *,
Miami so
,Palm must not conflict., II\\ U8. Meats and salads,"plum\| pudding clear up, to A -.nue: (J,' and when all together with of 4-page\narrowribbons folders neatly of aad cooked in fashion will
I Monday January If in is looked :upon pies | royal ompleted pre3entibeautifulviewof ,
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) : as the most available date for the with laU the etceteras that go to make ip landscape! gard \ l g\\\'tth\ t.he ve colors ,\ \1 '''E. : 't.-
EDITED BY V
ti : a first-class .dinner 'on; the Delmomco, vety carpet of green, dott ,,.\, . ., l fijULCKXAX
'Hoitel j two-dollar-d-plats'style.' '' ', About the time plants and flo vt'rs''and,,- '' nterspersed: A Splendid Game,of \\ 'astorof. Methodist Eptecopal'ChurchltlamLRegular

Dot selected positively;:for,. by that everybody.had atisfied ,.the inner man, a with hard watk3\' \i About 300 people saw .a rattling 1 oct ... i
time steamship' may have'departed pleasant surprise yeas sprung on the' assemblage Superintendent, l:. Ben' '\,Barter'] 'was' came of ball yesterday, between the) services at theM, E. church

for Nassau. This is all we can say at by ibe appearance .of the own on Tuesday inspecting the, en- Vest-Palm! Beach and Miami teams,! i next Sunday morning;an4Evening,, ,
\ present. [In our supplement of Dec. 3rd Miami Cornet Band, who came .1o"u.1o tire work at the depot and terminal'; The score was ,14 to 12 in favor of the\:: Next Sunday is the regular'appoint-
\ or 10th' we will be able to tell you all the Grove inl the launch{Neola, and ;upon tell cars were ori' hand on'Monday into; ':Miami's. I ,\ ::1:1I ment of Jlev. WmiE.\ Stanton for hold ir-

about it without, any "ifs or ands."' reaching the veranda, played one or: two which were' loathed all the trash: waste 1 .1.[ .. 1 ing Baptist services in lJiami,but that
.. . f choice\\ piece off,mnsio to the delight and umber, etc., around,:pnd it '\iwas t I gentleman H comPelled'to beajbsent in -
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-Yes We Have Band.
snplise of everyone the Housekeepers carried, away, ar,d now e\"ffything\\be-', a \ attending the meetings of'.the Indian
{ l. COCOANTJT GROVE: ITEMS. ia.-luded. After the mnsio i the boys gins to look apple-pie ,the The Miami rntt! Band numbering' River Baptist Associati nwhich meets

} -t were invited in to take supper.. Duringthe icinity, e p..l'ia lyallIgi'pth street. 15 members made its debut at Ft. fierce on Friday4, Saturday'and
I Insist ori your 'grocer .selling: "you meal we learned that it being Thanksgiving several of the lots have been cleared treets last evenipg.aud at the corner Sunday1' qf,which body rMr.Stanton; is tt 3
,
HASKELL'S Fancy Crown, day and such!\ a glorious lime oc- off, and, the owners are preparing to; of 12th street' and Avenue D acquitted ''n representative from the 'churches at f
Creamery Butter. It isv, the BEST. curing at the Orove+thoy'decided,, .<% go erect buildings thf ?on { 'it'',Will not be! Itself creditably 'rendering three! 'Miami and Lemon City. 'Services will
iFTbe Union Congregational Churchill down and enjoy hemeelve8 and'make, week this tie nice selections. Townly Bros.,',
.; a many befor part'of c ty very be held however, at the usual time io,
i.. ; 'apply-tb Judge Broome at Orlando pleasant'\, time tor everyone_ else. The will not only present a very,handsome, acknowledged compliment by, pa, s-:, ',the Presbyterian j pavilion #. S.'Bur-. "
\, on the 24th of next month,'or jis soon band played several pieces i after supper, but al decidedly business-like appear lug around a .box of cigars. As the lingame has consented to give ashore

after as practicable for letters of in- including two| ltb. waltzes which ance. ': band was not out, for fishing tackle or talk in the morning at 11 o'cloek.-and,
.. corporation.i The incorporators are were taken of by' the dancers ,. --+.---+\ ----1 naiU-Mr. Budge will keep those. particles in'the service -

I. \palph' 11. funrot,John J. ,Uaden, who found 'it pleasant! to'waltz, to their .' Harried it'Anthony.' for future, pc asior ." will be evening held,to which a rousing all,are song cordially

Charles Peacock, A,. A.i Boggs and excellent-'ronsic. 'After thls,'PlOt.M Uler From'the koala Iianuerlkor.19.'\ I After,the miishc the band formed in 'Invited. Mr.Burlingame! also conduct
James Bolton. -' *" 1 took his place the piano and the dancers -* The'social'' event of Anthony ,was the: ine,and took up a quickstep march for, the service r

] .:Mrs.; Jessie S..Moore has written the had fall sway, the balance of thfe eve- muria Tuesday; evening at the residence ,', ,the.dock, where the boys embarked ,on song ..

' MET oPOLI. stating that she will start ning.: Ice,cream. and cake was dispensed \of Sir. and }Irs. <1. W,. Barker, he'launch "Xeola," bound for Cocoa- 1 :EPISCOPAL SERVICES. "..

.from Winthrop; Mass., for I Floriua' on during the,intermissions,;, Mrs. Fred of their daughter, D H ss Maggie }I,' toE. nut Grove,, where they Went to serenade \ At TrinitychurchcorrierofAvenue

the twenty-ninth of this, month, which ericks secured SQ.cbaoces I on a fine cakeat I K. Smith uf Lowell, Rei',11. , the 1Jouseke. pt'rs, 'Clim. B and 10th street, there will be on Sun- '
will be next Monday, and has ordered lOo a chance ana it was ':won by Harry l l'himlllerofficiating4Mi' Smith mu / day- November 28. C@feDradonof..tbe
the paper changed to pocoanut'Gl'QveMrs. Bruce; :Miami wpswell 'represented| at of WeWitonsister of the gloom, waif Eucharist SutMajr
ON THE BAY.A Holy ;
COLLISION atf7/30a.m.
Moore adds that she pill be very feast with teams and the *Gto.Barkerbrother
the many going naid of\ olor'and G j :School at 10 ,clock; Mornijig frayer '' -r
glad to grt\back:,to beautiful Biscayne .two launches werelfilled, to the utmost ea of Jhe brideacted as b est marti 4 ' y and Sermon at.11 o'clock; etrtech'ism at, .

'. ] ay." pacity. Grl'at.1 pnHee is due' Mrs. Pea- Mr.and Irs. 8n ith'w, r@ the recipients Saver Catastrophe/Narrowly'I Averted. 2 30 0'clock.Lltan1 and, ermon at ., r '

". JAf,0. Richards" is planting, four cock for her,untiring labors to make, successful of more' than a: hundred co$ Iy and At 12 o'clock- I list',..night the launchDaimler 7 45 o'clock. 4 4ilt 1 r!::- 'i
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1 acres to vegetables, :lie has two acres the edible portion of Jibe! entertainment handsome' presents.'I i\ | 'I with Capt. Dick Carney at

t ;already in fine,:shape and everything' and to the other' 1 members:for The bride is the:',eidteriof i, \ Geo.) B. Bark -. the engine and Leonard Albury at the St. ,Agnes. Avenue 'F, and 'Ut'b.street .
growing; nicely.. He has ode-Bait, acre their earnest efforts' ,iii'other directions r ouri'popular young Jeweler and wheel, start //Miami\ from Cocoa- there'will' : be on Sunday; November

.. of,beans that are now bearing/and he About 100 tickets "rero sold,and quite) watchmaker. \ I L but 'Grove with about ten persons onboard : 28' : 'Celebration of i the Holy .
'baa\Isold the, crop for fhSOia:; bushel I little made its other vays.1 It iq impossible ', . 'I retu ning from the Thanksgiv t Eucharist at 7,o'clock HolYEucharist ." ;
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at home. Mr. Richards also to tell how flinch made : \ and Sermon at 9:3Oo'cloek, ; Evening. ;.
right \ today, was Union'Ser ices. tog suppe of the Housekeepers' Club ,
preparing, to plant, three; 'Acres; to.tobacc but, an official report ;will: :appear nett .- ,When' about: a miles on the way snit Prayer;and, sermon at'6-JO o'clock.
week:. We hope that tbi net, proceeds A faircongregation.lgathered, at the de lVithout any'' 'warning, there A t Coceanut Grove; at,St. Lawrence,
Jesse':.Miner is i clearing up two-. or will be large as the'iladies\ are anxious to schoolhouse yesterday and jbined in crash on th4 starboard aide, and Mission,'Room-tht re will be on Sunday - :y

,three acres, and wilt) set 'out the -same- get out of debt. ]Yef, understand' that tile:first Thanksgiving ,union services came the; OOqI of a vessel, went tearing November28Evening Prayer and

to citrus fruits. 4 county with a ,feeliog,of' or, t hey borrowed 'ft held in Miami- fw Presbyterian, 'tl1 ough/ knocking 'and bruisingt sermon at 33p for whites, and at 7o'clock
Thos.. Fish r 'of Late a successful -:: 'sum of money to pall,all indebtedness on Baptist and Methodist] churches were t; occupants-and almost pown capsizing the for the colored people. *" .
; Blackman
had
orange grower-la at the Grove their'building; ,to ,the workmen employed '; representedRev." E.: Vj. launch. The one-masted sailing vessel At' Buena Vista at the residence c of ;m
'andlwlU] plait five'acresin'flatsumasand and for lumber, supplied et.e./ thaithose charge of the service{ and r+ad the '
so 'Bicycle, owned |land sailed by Sam ,1ber will be on Sunday,
\ After
Franklin .C., Bush; Prl"sid Proclamation. thj? November
WapefruiCTor who needed it at once should have '' Sampson (colored), containing several 28,Evening Prayerand Ser':
for
,
Mr. Wingland has three acres clear- their 'indebtedness services 'departed feeling better + *
money.The4whole? | on their way ',from Miami to mon U 3 o'clock;: '
ed jand'set in'\orange t.rees'And they is graduallyrbeing reduced<\Iby t.he''prol the words ,:poken to. them by Rev. W; negroes residenceof.
,. took the Qrove, had crasbed"thro Tghthaboat. At, ,@mon.City.; ,
for his
who ter "
W. Faris D. D., '
are\looking finely. ceeds of ehb'wil( '
entertaiumepta. 0T e
second verseof . The entire lop, of the\launch Captain Curry on' Sunday, November
contained |in the
;On'Saturday,\.will occur the' golden give a grand masquerade" ball on Jan let\ the words '' I tl . ', came loose, and iti was only-by the 28, EveningPrayer'an; !Sermon_ at,7:30
'i wedding", of Mr., and Mrs.; Kingsleffather C the119th'Fealm. i efforts of the men that.it o'clock. ; '
', of ,.t'E.\\Kingsley. .A' number. LEMON CITY PEfUNGB., .. The speaker>> touched \inpon' histories superhuman and prevented I from dropping I t J
i 'countries and: lead his was,held up .
of
:of friends will assist them to celebrate foreign \j CATHOLIC 8EBVICES.At
theobeads 'of\ ladies children -
*audt! an !'elegant" frosted, ornaments The, annual meeting of the Y. I. a'was bearers up to the landing' of our Pilgrim the iole"structure and}, was ; the'C tbo ic 'churcl :November
finally w
cak+,-made Jby Chas, .Peacock will be held at the residence of Mrs. Keys,l Fathers, the foundationjpf I: the turned; overboard'and attention'given 28th'(lt Sunday of Advent and beginning
feast.G the 22d,and thq\ : officers I churches of different, denominations,
part of the wedding on 'I divine .
: \ hollowing of ecclesiastical: ) -
\ I to the injured. 'i year
r '. o. Richardfeon.sold his. oda fount wereappointed i Mrs and to the present time. He gave services will be follows Celebration
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I i.. and tr'efreshment'' store to Mr. Larkin president; lies. Ke s4 t vice'-' >resident;, splendid :illustrations, provingthati!\ it 'It Was found th most\' of those sitting of the holy Mass as and sermon at 9 B. m.; ,; '
on :Saturday.-, .The new owner '\ will Miss Burr. secretam Mrs. Moffat! was God' will that each man should on that,,side of the vessel bad been
; according to the dictate hurt slightly but Mrs $. M;,Wigginton Sundayisehool{ at 3:30'p. m.; Vesper
4& take charge at OD e. ,i "; treasurer | \ \y\ worship Him ; service 7 -
lira*. Bush,: mother, of.Franklin''C.; The:work' of building. rocK roads,is of his own comci'nceHe\ criticised who lives on the Groom place, at p. m.
Bush,! arrived' here V yesterday from progressing favorably. i' Lemon Avenueis the practice of''p.fofessors\or any flpecia: south',of,the city, had received a severe NeXtMonday.TPatronageof tbeBle
+ to \ down 'the cut' on the forehead. Handkerchiefswere sed Virgin Mary and Vigil of Sti An'
I iCbTcago.. \ nearly completed, besides t'era'hundred t creed endeavoring; cram! ,
,Mr. and )" Irs.,,n'ebmond-' J t., A,.. feet of sidewalk 1 throats of others that by theirs lay the supplied'' and the bleeding drew.. 's

,Addison, and XJapt. ,,Fuzzard'reprn- The ladies 'of .; y'Baptast'c' urc i ol t only entrance into the .\kingdom ;' he checked)' and the almost fainting lady Tuesday"Feast of.St. Andrew, Apos:

o sent 'd Cutler'at,tbeThanksgivingdintoer.Tj , Lemon City will hold a LBaz: a on the. eulogized freedom of thought and acition. placed, in .a comfortable position. tle.Friday.'lst' ,*
;. ;r evenings of the 8th acid 9th of, December J'e wish 'that space, would; !allow Then'a,,new .threatened; it was Friday of DecemLerFeastof
,A.I;Lang has Jen''wondering whyit : The sale will Wwisist of1 f ncy articles = a.full report or the reverend gentle thought the vessel had sprung- a leak. St.\Francis 'Xavier, Apostle, of the
was that the mosquitoes. 'were' sot suitable for; Cfh {presents,, man's lecture, forsuch it may be called; "Steer \\for the shor ,'* cried the captain Indies, on'e of the chief patrons of the

,numerous, around .his\. place the past choice candies, exqui Ite'flowers\ lemonade -. which' was replete with wi
gummer, while. ,at other localitiesjthey 8 .aQ4AD refre shments.:; '\Excelstmas .. but suffice. it to say the, speaker out ;and; the. launch,would. not move.'r ., tleship of Prayer. ([ ,
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Vista f \ it f' !llptodate.i yd II r stiid! Mabertfather.\ J ; you think so."ree CITY OFFICERS.ALDEBMEX t i'
: ,*'\&e' !, the \ ? JIAYOR .
\ nl\|was reply.I >; j I ohn'B piJJy'. L
I I \( i: A Tempting1' Offer. ,",Do ,you know how much his salary I :Pre'koshus-l heard him tell :Mr., -Joe. A. McDonald,. lion. J
\ .' \\ I! jWe0! '\\ pr lots i 1,2 and 4 of. Block E is ., t I Jaek>on this morningthat he Mood,Patn.vliis F. S. 3lorselY. 31. Brown E. L. Brady/ t '
Miaroii '1 bey 1 are situated on the sonfh "Xo. But it's awfully strange co4 > ) band four times last night and Frank '1'. Badge. V. Coegrovell'alter H.}| .,
't Co\ttage site' orU e river. JThese lots comprise a incidence] '-.;. I I ('leaned 'up over a' hundred-Iy .\. \V. Graham. p
\ I tract o t land having a frontage of 114 feet "'What o you mean?" I\ Bulll'f n. '. ':. ', CITY CLERK..IoTobn.I.Granam. f
facing :the river; also 100 feet front on "Ilerber asked I' tAkSHAL-YOtUlg F. Gray.
Two miles north of )linm AvftOutf I). antI' 2c4) feet: on ISlu street. question me thevery Fame:t I Rlclir Have WlniE*. CITY ScRTETORt-A. L. Knowltoo. .. 'F
close to tbe'jRailroad'' \ Depot -, \\'t'' lioncht these J cheap )last 31 ny,anil . : about' ;you.-Washington\ "Popcorn balls) Xtvr' an' sWf'et:" PREsruixT OP Cocsclr.-lion.' F. S.
5 minutes[ I f r< m' ihe1! offer the three' for f jl A"0.Will be pleased) Star., i\ announced the purveypf; of those delicacies I orse. .. .
.!'I. bay. I 'v" / t/S show them atj any time. : llMricatn ''n",. "Two cents ap'ieee. Have one. STANOINQ COMMITTEES -- r
. \ New ftniidiuc, ,l larjre, airy! 1I 1\j 2,18.tf? osmss. . .&.' GRAHAM. I "Co, I hive won.1hee'wager' ," he said, mister?", Donald.ON FISASCE' -Brown. ,.Bodge and 3Io.* <
I Bedrooms. 'I.I \ \. r; ', I : "'Wa-al. don't know "
. -I II joyfully, :and the ten: kisses are mine. ( ; cautiously replied ON UJPLBI .
s Hunting, Fishing, Boating. ,," ISy ', ;l ;,1' : |.stantlinff; it often calculated by theap- I songs.saidthebeautifulgirtwith; ;; I rate to have one. but A nickel goes sr> McDonald,OJT STREETS and Brown.
French Cuisine. jpparancc M ,the that ]! AND IVPROVEUnn-Mc] ,
irUationery
'ou1I"t' 1 Ir'etful r
) : fast .
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a !inoble. iP't'rdU:4IIgIJt in hen after you once break it! -- Donald, '
"I Cosgrove
and
That eye Budge. _
Uirmtlniit \
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Chas. dourly Pr / ; am,not the to drive l Y. L Y. Jo'urnhl. \ \ Oar HABITATION-=
< p.t.U.t IJ.HI oflire( i fs of via quality you may be one hard >argninwitlij'you.j '" I 'Bndge Brady and
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I. I' ; Lets eafl'it;'' nine i COP mvt'l. '
.I'i I'proud of. / tf ninety \ ;Not Extrnalve.: Hut Cholce.l f- .. ?
c ..1 .. nine"I" "Her father is \ Ox WATER AXD FIRE: PROTECTIOH-
not what
I \ you wpuIJ
Coefrovl'I.je
iXtlten oVloek the score ,call onaJd and Browo'-
was past the a well-read man, eakl'one
long On POLICE
<< : hundredth 1 jtnark.i -Detroit Free Press* 'haired poet to auother.. .. l'Co. t" Coegrovet and GrahamPOSTMASTER' AND 'CIURITIZs-Bradr./ -
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': ThP *'\ His library consists of ,
ri>-to-DAtP Girl. : only two.
MI jilted him j last evening said the maiden books 1 ; but they s fliee.", ., I AT 3IiAMt-J. S. Warner
(hard, to beat), I Tat are they?" As. ISTAn. POSTMASTER-Frank Pierce.
he's written'me a poem that is beau- \ "Bankbook and chequebook.-Tit. I "
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tiful "
t'W andilfweet '
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J she' mailed :Sits. STATE OFFICERS.
it loan
Editor and
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t : ) .it with a kiss, "* I GoVERsoK(Offices atTallKbamiee.FU.) ,
Xatn -Wrru D. Bloiham
\ rally.
; ith :
,thls-trrtUng.onthe" |, jnargln: 'Sen d !
a check "There seemso be SECRETART'PF STATET-Jno..
'long for thU! great objection Crawv "
: 1 \|i -At1&nt&C 8UtutJon. raised to'an American heiress ford. ,
' marrying (:nbiPTRnLLER-1Ym.II.Iieynold&
7iL&rSl.t a foreign count.
OXE HO\EST OJfE.Bi'll TREASURER-- B. Wbitfield
rrr 'Yes!' 'there 'is, and by twopeople.!:>> ;
: ; 11-1'\ \ I ATTORNEY-.o'DERALWm.. B. e
''t\ i "Which?" .. j" : HCPKRISTENDEST Lamar. ...
. \ OP PUBLIC INSTBCOnox. _
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"The girl who didn't (>catch account Wm.
alt> X. SbeatsI;
s and the man who did 't catch an heir tiOHSiId.9I5EliorEROPatnRICIILTl788-II.
jot ,eI."-1: ellow ,Book. ' B. WombwelhADJtJ'I'AiTi.
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; ; \ A Matter of ERAirPatrictlouatotis.
}Money.

( l nt: 100 i 11,000 \Per Lot, What O'oneg-.ou u the matter seem?to Is hathe it a.love ora. R.SUPREME$'. Taylor, Chief'COURT.1 net ice.JUDGES

business complication that is bothering F. 1& (Darter, Associate Justice.
AccOrilmg tLooatIom} ydu? 31. II .JdabryAeeoeiatednetice. .t

Smith-It is :business trouble. A CoEamnnicatinnti to any of the tat4
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wealthy OtllriateorSnpMmeConrtJndgeaehonld' .I
young to
lady whop I
'I'' was engaged -
I has.thrown ins be AiUlreeeed to Tallahassee Florida.

't : ;.lijond :U> Miami,; aster; the'Fjori! Ja rl..t C1onst' Railway' will; ) be 1 refnnde.1: to r} I Times. ; overboard.Tmany am p U.S. SENATORS-FROM 5> FLORIDA .

t bath / urt1hMer of n Jot/provided purclKieer wireceipt ill I pfoiluee receipt for, such fare, which i The Silver Lining. Ifhiu Hamnel Pawl, }Monticello) Fla.
; t will be:received as cash in part,paymeir forloLilEFLLY, ', "JThis is" the sixth consecutive 'day 1 1 OQ. Stephen Mallory, Tailahaeeee) ,
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,9a11 'oiv: QIINI Agent we've! had chicken," said Mrjs./ Gotham. Fla. -
\.. while In/in/the.country '

} ', -r t . .- :/ ': ' Ik.'Fqrt DallV, l ? \ Land Company; :\hanuOr ,- "bon't -complain;: replied her hus '.UNITED FIRST DIBTBICT STATES, Embraring CONGRESSMEN the East
i band think
J. E. GR'All it 1 ; "just that day there'sonel ,
less
cackler to wake '', in I
) : us up the SECOND DISTRICT-Hon. S.
M. Sparta
/ 1 1(): ['18'. .: FprtDajlas? ) Lancji ,Co.,':.St. AugustineFla.: i. .r1k man.moping at,.sunrise.'*" "-Yonkers States, man, Tnmpa. ,

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'd"-" 1 Talent I'nreeotfuUed.,, r R. }I. M. Davidson
Quincy, Fla. Cb'n
l Mr. Cawk -Nonsense! She can't II. E:: Day. OainsviUe..J. .
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Little Bros r _
Fertilizer K Pros hate CO. I -stole. pop's'' rod an'went fidhln: ,be algreat\ singer.Mrs. . M. Bryan Kiseimmee. _
'esterdajWillie I!
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Cawker -What John
makes. youasthat y -Neeley, Jr, Clerk; Arcadia.
-What 'you get? < ] Mr. Cawker? Headquarters and offices of the Boarder
4 . JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA, Hill-A Jickin'jiYellow; Book. Mr. Cawker-lieeaute she has net at Tallahassee.

: . : Overdoes. It. written any testimonials forf Gubbins'Xen"b
She likes to ch&hke.\ her. mind to much, Food or BigPilJs for Small! Pe UNITED STAT COMMISSIONERS
t'; Manufacturers of llili-Gre. .F li It"really'Is a bame; ple. [Louisville Courier Jttiirnal. .oJohn B. Reilly and Wesley 1(.Feather.'
rlili She does it to such great extent ly, Miami. "
She cannot change her,,name. l I niood on the Moon. -

y t f \ ,-Puck. Wife My dear; that horrid man next SENATOR FROM 13TH DISTRICT
,1 i ,1\ > Stamped. . door bait.killed the I(mbraMIiIt Rr'vard and Dade Counties:} r
':. Tomato, Growers; shouldusc" \\ tjt& fictllyrt'ftzcr> r, because\the best is "Hal! 'ScounJrr.I( !" .!exclaimed, the Husband: -Well. never dog rnind.jmy' ;[ dear 'Hon.'E.. N. Dimick, Palm Beach.'
: i I the stage lovcm, "You ; -
reached
I cheapest. r"e the end I'll
pet another .
you
one eoraejtime.Wifi ; DADE. COUNTY

/ :t. Little:* Bros/.Yegeta'bTe\) :: t ) No,1; anl Little( Bros,, Tomato villain"but of"I your knots' rope it,!"".caltnly i|hr replied. 'I the,I' stage killed j it But was it'wasn't'my your!'hunting"'Fidio dog. that he Dr. R. a Potter of REPRESENTATIVE Vest.Palm &ach.cotfNTY' .

; ( *f'Special( the Best Brandt thl'rei -otbt'rs.\\; : Husband (wildly)-Where's tuy OFFICERS.
:: ; area on the 'And he threw att'ay the remnant gun t
of
j I'
: the -N. Yj. \\ eeljl) }'. 1 I County Judge Allen E. If eyser, ;Jnoo.
: cheap cigar hie
had ,
market for toms toes been Bracking j County R.R.
Attorney Taylor
..",.. and -- ,MiaiuL.
,
-1 t : \ lighted another--Chicago Tribune A Serious
Clerk
of Circuit Court and Recorder of
- f JOHN ELlLlS /Agent. f ; II* Rise t Indleat.'". ';'1, Bin :-Ye*; Complalnt1'h' / eeds-A. F. Qninby Juno. '
\ Halfao2en doctors hare pivfo i > him Sheriff-R. J. Chillingworth West
LJudge-The ,
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up !
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.
polic'SD
c\\ \ ) you are drunk
; at. various times Palm'Beacb.tth' .
', trnfl-.. .f _f-' I\ \ .......'.. ,, most of the time.. I '' '' I during his* life. .
( Hector
'" 1' I Tram Your honor they Wing-What was the trouble; w' '' of Taxes--T J. Hardee..Coroannt < --
<< ; ythe : Grove.
'him
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---- 'i _
) same: thing about you, but. I Diver be-' ' l Assessor of Taxes-G. C. Height, West;
BingM-He wouldn't !
'' his
lieved it ; pay bills-
possible \ Palm Beach.
: l Puck ,.\k-, : -
North.1VItami Ju g-l"-You are Idischarged'7Tam.man Treamu.-r-.T.{ F.'Lanrond, West Palm .
Times. :"i,i j\i '" [r The?Mpdernovcl.. Bench. .

'Provision. . 4'' "Has !fat bbbkjin, good character?" Beach.Surveyor.;* t J'nklin.She D. West Palm _._

.. "I see asked the. literary-critic;, '
,' they are getting contribution ,
: County Superintendent of Public
Ii":!'! 'I' "W ll, Instruction -
!i" 1 for a statue' of,Van deAir, the baseball few ] replied the casual reader, "a -?Z. T. Merritt, BuenaMeta.! '
J of the peoplfhad'good characters
player, but DO provision; is being: made BOARb OF COUNTY
; : : J f' ; for a pedestal" 1 in the flnt' chapter. ,But ,they're; 'all COMMISSIONERS
\ I" li:; s: N. W. pta( Lake Worth,Chairman.. '
: hopelessly
l -t"I am told lost before theraiddleof of the (}. W.
they expect to represent' | Lainehart Palm Beach.
r < t.tthe Newt: ; O .eat tp hIm in the 'act of stealing base.""-- "story. -Washington RtarJ 11; J. Shone, Cocoanut Grove. .

>>"W\\ troitJournaJ., i iU i, > I The Hen! 'Mnrtrr. r E,L.White Lemon City.
; W, S. Tancre, Rote Sound. .
; ; .p Ir.t';/''Fall.. .. Some men"stri\4 for fame: Clerk' and Auditor of '
Board-A.
terminal Develop' And some F.
the. 1 men[toil for wealth: /
. It ; ... Young: Wife (tenderly,)-What's the 'I But oh. hla lot '|s hard Who's got.. 3ninby, Juno., tI /
/; l i .I \ matter my dear? Don't you:! like! pound. To w4rk to keep his hfalthC'll''eland! --/
tI. ', .... *. Jt L "' f I \ cake? x /\ V"'V, '. .'- Leader. CIRCUIT" COURT OF SEVENTH juDICIAL -
NORTHERN PORTION I Husband (hesitating i |'yj):Y-e-s irons; > - ,1' CIRCUIT' '
1 VIH- J; THE CITY.i but,I don't Bare for te -poundMcake.-- \Embracing Dade and otber Coantlei.) '

X. Y. VVeekiy.. .i W ebster',sf lando.Prosecuting Circuit. Jndge-John D. Broome,'. Or

; '' ''Nortl Miami Lots Really l'nkJnd. : !InternationalDictionary Atorney-J. D.J .Beggs,
:arc]+ only] half a, rafle" ( from the New Chollie-Do' you kn4v,-one (dftnesphrenologist : Orlando. .,

:T. t:.r Terminal a fewminutes'! walk! ''Siie i 60x100. fellows to d' me. thatjmy, Clerk Fall Term of CourtA.of Circuit. F.,Qniaby, Juno
head Court
. .;; : ,Alley in rent,.pf every 'jot;,. Cool anct breezy of Henry'was Clays almost!! ?an exact- 'j\ 'reproduction;! the,Successor Ono Great of Standard thtJ:"Vnabrldgtit." in on Novemberj-First Monday: after Fourth'. convenes Monday 41

; a-; -4'I I locations.. i :': : Maud-What a hollow m ckery So*ilk: Don. P.J.Brewer Authority' Spring Term on First
': U\: 'I: -. I t ; Cincinnati Enquirer. '\ Joitlc t:'. 8. Supreme ColU1.'Standanl. Fourth Monday in April. Monday' after 4

i,'' L PRICE $50dO TO'J $75.00' ; . An L'nrenaonabiei; Beaat.j cf the r.S.00,,"tRlntlaFCourt ( ,' "
\ : \ Office the DADE COUNTY COURT.
,
Suprmw ,
; [ : ; i Professor-Margaret out' please tak "the t+y h Coachi aU the SUM 8npreinc -/( County Judge-Allen E.Ilepear.Jana
cat near
L of the. .; '
i ) one VvBuy room I Cannot; hat q all the 8ehoolbook. Prosecuting Attorney-R. R.
: .. / 'jvyliile theyJmay'be'' had theSp1./, ... Tllep; will 1 making 'such:;:ji 'noise i hilr I am |fat, 'Warmly Miami. Taylor,
: t y. tdouljle'. work. Where is it? : Commended Winter Ted' First
bepvprfli .fewmpnths ( Monday in Jain
; heice1Lwien{ { | tbe. Ne I br 5tate ,
w flnpenntendrau '
;: . '
arguret"'WhYi, you are sitting of <*ool ary. J .
, College Pml-1 f
:;} 1 T,f-Term* f* ? inal. J: is jcompleted. AiEasy; T f: c. j J i| j ' :' /. on it.. =; FliegenbXBlaetteh.. t 11 l dpnt aimp,and wlt&oat oU-number.aaeatora pringTf'rmFir t Monday'in ApriL
i -Ir .' :
-T- Summer
Term
,
First
t '!- "t ? : -*- IfV iujr, I '.::' Invaluable. M6bdayinJuly.
: "i ..; ; ,Y "H-" 4 "' Called. the' Turn. t \\L' S In Stir Fall Term-First Monday in October.;
hotnvhoM. and
to ,
1
.- tj: \ ..' : ooil a. :;ah'm J ; Private. Moriarty (the I.Wreenitt) J' ? the teacher, ai-buter, profaelowl.tuary /< \ -:--'
, bblr-s' .. 1 :Halt, will yez? Who goes there?, f ;' 'etiucator.. and eU--" \ U8. LAND OFFICE.OAIN3VILLE. f LA '.

< j2 uis9t-tt' -f. .. ; ,.. :, : : CJVER POST OFFICE Capt. ,Digtie d' (indiga'ai1ly-Fool,! .j : {THE BEST FOR PRACTICAL USE. ,' U. .Wainwtight." Receiver. ..;
' -tA. .... Private MoriartyuhaIiashedjM: '' It It U easy to find the word wanted. J.M. Barco, liegiflterrCheap .f
- It
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; : - to
---- easy ascertain tile 5
td ,J '1" .' .. '+ .I-.I'J_.-'1Itnported'ynelta: -:A3] . ,
/
Ionia : 1ds. I
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4 J'rf\\\'U! oUt fQaf Wk a i 1 '-'
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( : ,,'ntnotra.7w' ""; rb: I The Kevf We offer CO
t perotp .IiO" bnnf"MurID Orleans Picayune acres with good front on.ibe
"1" ) 1 1' cL.sf Tobetco Iltt prf nz.: .Prlb FIELt) ANn r Candid.i| | \ 4 I 1 lt.tan4e now a >Btui> n tu> patfcBt-tadiutrr say : 'Bay, situated on Key, ,.
'. :4.' f :ro JRCCO. .. ee( 1't. iARPIiSREFltw-'of pale.ittio. per ho<,tFil1'arietter freUhttnot poi.l.;SOc Jwrqt.ftngfcr \ingtosneak Voice---.You are,.drunk again and try\t : 'I one brilliant,.'the KboUuUUp wont c.vrupwae, and.aDd nmhitiacai useful 5-ikUL uri/ever anti Key being lot 3 Largo of section, near 12.Pumpkin and-

k a ,4&rIH{ !I.'o(" ';qt g ,% ItelJht or ex, in nith6utstrkingalight; | | : | Tie puhUaltedlnUUtcyiuitry ltof.I! of eectiou 13. Township 50. South j
ginaGs talc" t 4 \ ifresB' notVrei'aid.'CtffnmlxT; M c pct lb post paliL I Keply You're "" hit-hot exactly >, Raleigh New*Observer gay: IltalUlft East Price
tb goat Pearl Milk I $18 "
i : '
pyd. t. brit Our acre.
thf fnOiler Indlrldnat per
crop.e |*rltii. post jnid It lots pkeferenees Rare forl ..
!.6lbsorovernotpropatd. b fptlb; An othtt steeds at egnellr roil nrert raIn: -International'of :,right. I wash'fraid'to light match lea;.\ : i nouir ,Stock Food 5- per pkt., I.f.tornatiouall'o, i n* : fear-hie 1'd/set the later n ul Webster (Uu> Infccriwitonali 2 or ''' :.
(! eperlrkt.aI.CAMERO ,. section
'J -jtt--117 tf.bt, r" \ my brew h on fire.--",it I ; hailed iistorrrutllt: a* tbtfinutt valuiitilr. and 32; Township 60.; Sonth '" ;
: 'iJackxonr.iUe! nit. is. I b *oi Uk-r U aii Uw umU.n 37 far Range East
aa
: : Jqumai I ; dictionary should be au an any on* or -111 acre*. This! is ai I :
f-. :- ':' ( '.t.7' ',C" ; ,- -- i i1 i t TAe wifTaata'SoDtliera' acvepteo. )ninsnlanfar), MaJeiri[ Hammock,:,on
i 5 : Stele Cultivator
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: _. e I" : and Olaeaatpd. I j. says r WtUter'iiU: tie ttaodkrd dlcUooary In the mainland. It baa H mile of nice shell I
i" < ...1'C10ICC' Selcc- HaroldXothinff is the matter withtmy .< oartdace., beach and madeira timber.. Price $3 per 't

In ti9 1at\ the office( :, fiancee, except: her father is "..too,' QET\11If\ BeST. 'a.re.
; 1 a n n ;of ,the! IIETROP4LIS:1 healthyaClarenceWell' ;J\ ,- '1 N"Spet9mea pagrf sent ippUcafiaa to 2:18-tf ROBBJNS k GIUHAX-

JlijHf J I': ,1 1t j,I r / he'll be [sitk):! enough'wh i' G.'A' CZ1IEXBIAM Springfield; Utuo CO...,Publishers 17.SU.' ,
'. f fI you: get in his family,-UptoPate. > p"1)onalroreEe.bnyr) andraMdmooa..i Advertise in the METBOotis; its

I __ _? I\ ' .i . .circulation, on the east.coast Js}: loge -
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THE MIAMI METROPOLIS N6V. ,26 1897, .1 .
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" The, Ito-'trn. ColI, .nm. \ I ..f'\'i PLACES OF INTEREST. Reliable Seeds.I .

a North MiamiTown.i i Lots I!' : The tar st''\ i inile 1 striicinre in\ the am handling A.-W. Livingston ' L'Sons'
I To 30, Seen In and About Miami and RUcayi and
weed tbem in
{ world for aiulienre i\ und &?\e t ular ur- 1 Bay. ,. I i bulk.: new Sold crop at.catalogue prices.Send keep .
,
posef.is tlieroiseun|\ >at) IJpne. It sin L M'1" r

Ranging P Ice From $30 to $150. : the (form of an\, jpllipse1: itk II I 615. feet, its f.hofU ); the eight A :Sele'fed l' List of Bay|Bi c rl1C Propert)'. : j 'outer uall. 164l| Tie oirnh is 213 .iet 1 si'mtnole Indian Limps ... .. . . . l' a13-tf Postmaster. Cocoanut Gr Te. ,
,[ flie Plinth Bowl anil Kuim . .'::.. .. . . . ----. .- -. t
I'rmt; Tract. ,amjl Cheap ,Lands!: for] Imestmcnt. '" . long: by .176 br$I1.\\ Tlie\tiep of seats ; ('ai>e Florida and the Old Light.. . . ::..... .
I lQ 000 rowcv Rnck<( Light . ', : NATIONAL=_=H=== 'eHomeSeekers
Frost-Proof Bearing, Gro\cs. \ ' -:
accommodate ( .Y.
j Orange ,_ gpeotators. I
The Florid:i IR1'1s1.DegrSeaF4shily. ] : :. .. : :- : . :::C !
I /. No. i Phosphate Landi;. \ \k--------- .k. ... . .. .
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Gr.'nr.'theo.Zull .. The
Choice Pr party Description CoralGardens/-----------------------.r j: :- : :: .: :: :: : : ::: :::: 4
of Every The most curiously decorated graces Norris Cut---------! ;.,. . .. .. .L,
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.___ ... . .. ... -------2 REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.SExhanging
'DESIRABLE'LOCATION EAST -in the world a4: ; tie. negro graves \n Csar'4 Rock and Creek J. : .
ON BOTH THE AND .. . ...
:r \ .:Uiott'* Key---------< .' . ..; 't. 2
Someiof :
( ZlIlu lntJ. ; the/ mounds are 1 l .
Largo ; .
;, 1 / \ \VEST COAST. garnished with the bottles of medicine The Key Hunting tirouridS---::::i::: ,',:. ;:. ;x.::::::::: :
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'I Sum Filer strove ;
: A.T used bj tlu' departed in'their final ill- Little River..I------------.1 r k.1.|..f. . 6Archereek Property for Property 4pecialty. *
i! E. : adde11, Jess and" the duration, of the malady .. .. .'.?. .. ...A, .t..,.. ., ...,. 13 L.
\ Miazs .t : ; the Natural',Bridge.. .. .,.. ...... ..: .... 16CocoallptGroves. '. Send Description of what _
11- marltf-iL/ Fla.I' is easily 'guesser by number, of q.t..i.-. :
bottles. 1, Lemon City .. ::.. : :: : j..: . t . yon have and what you want. .

London, TI.ll'llln. I I ,Covr- I Buen.i\ina Cutler, L... .. :: ; ',- ; : >. t 1 b .f:.:. .:.Xj| jThe i I I. MALABARJJTDIAX KITES FLOBIDA.C .

Edinburgh) hacj] $OOO \cow*, while The Royal Giant.Palms-------------------------Bamboo :.. ...'+.,, . L.. 115 5 \ C. CARROLL,
Dublinomt's., next with 11,000 and Lon Wild Ora.nge. Wild Lemon? . .-T.. ..-',---J.-.. 2 Oct.16-tf-is. Beal Estate Agent ?I
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4I5JA4? Wild Lime Grove :: , 2
'don stand third with, \a.pogfulation. : Baker's Haulover . .::' : ,, ' ..-,,., ,, ,. 15 .' .1

'of 8..!>OO. GluAoas: \but 2,000 tows The Snake Creek---------------------------------\ .. M W MIAMI PAINT SHOP

-- - v-.1- House of Refuge .I ..: .:...... 10 -
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Indian Creek and Oyster Be Notice of Intention to Apply .for Letters The Old hums on the:Miami . ,' ,. .;..-.r,. t T J., WEAVER,. PROP-*.
Patent; fort Dallas.. . --. . . i. ... .. .. . ;.
To all whom it slay concern. A Cruise on the Bay of Florida =and Among I House, Sign and. CarriagePainting ,,,+ r' }

i1 yy . f The undersigned: ch notice hat they intendto riF: Keys} Cult Stre.----------:::: ::';r. .:::..:.G.I.t&ht .'

.f ajijil to Ills: Huiuir, Honorable ,John n.Hroomp. .Hour. !Sail to ,Bahama Banks .,;. ... :,
., Judge of the seventh judicial circuit ot
IH / J SSOlVk7I Florida, taf letters latent \|upon the 'proposed Dringlyouradvertising: and job workto T

Sf, I charter of the Union Congregationalchurth\ of the.METROPOLIS, 8 ofllce' ,
4er '
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Cotoanut Grove, .'I ; [
'Aplillcatiou will be made upon the 54th day of ,, Bay Front For .SaI Decorative Wall Paper; Hanging a spec- y

11 n ; (:ct'lubt-r, A. D J!<97, o 1 as (soon thereafter as Twenty-one acres with 'a frontage of ialty. Graining, Hardwood .Finishing
II applicants fan be hearts\ 400 feet on the Bay.. A splendid,piece'ol and KaJsormnfT. All work t.
Dated November 22nd,1897 1, land Ijintf between the place o(R. B. Ho guaranteed. Best of reference - -
U:ilph M:Munroe. ':' Cormick and that of, A. R.' Simmons, I"" will be given. .

John J. Haden. south of Cocoannt Grove. The fineSt! Are. D and 9th St, MIAMI. FLA.
/j. of land for sale the for the .
Charles Peacock piece on Bay 7msj lT-nf. ..
A. A. Bogcs-: + money. Price S4, OO.: Will take one

v James Boltou .1\, : ic-nov,24-dec. half cash'or. '\ ooyon) -third caah'if necessary.

: M Tfll PEACOCK
: INN
Notice fur Publication. 2-18-tt BOBBINS & ..G1WI..tx.rAN : ,

\ -LAND: 6mcK AT aAJ EfVILLEo Fit.INotembey ..l \ 1I
OtfBISCAYNE.
b, 18!>7. -LOCATED ,
Notice 1.' hereby\ glveuj\ that' tbe to:lowing-' IS! S I BAY;

named settler bus filed notice of his Intention ,
'. to make final proof In support Of his claim,and We Manufacture aU \ {
Five miles south of aiiamr'
SAFETY !r \ 1'': that said proof will Remade before Jno B. kinds and sizes ofGy.press ,
QUICK TIME '
: .COMFORT LOW ; RATES Reillj United tates Comtnl,loner at Miami. li h u ldl ; l The oldest and largest hot<4 -:-- rz .
on the Bay. Headquarters
Finest. Cuisine and Service. No 7'ransferBetweenJackaontilleandNew York. Florida, on December 18,1 The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New .' i IIl ., for the Biscayne Bay Yacl
,ted'Ste.mefll,: Mills of Cocoanut drove, (\Florida homestead ; J 1 Club:
Comanche (new) Algonquin 2800 for the. northeast qiiarter Of section 19, .
t t Iroquois, $ ((Cherokee i Seminole. '
With I
township M south; range 41;east. nnllurwi i Dally Steam launch Connection filaml;

< v NORTH-BOUND., I !I Ha names the following witnesses to prove Tanks .
; it Rates, 82.00 Per.Day and Upward. 4
according to tbeJIde. his continuous residence upon and cultivation \
FromJacbomvfle, Fla., (cailPugatCharlegon Tue'sdavs i i', Special Bates by the Week.
land
) Huhdays, and<< Thursdays. of said viz: $t

For From hours Charleston of I,calling.see., "Clyde.-Line" Schedule--r-, or'Jacksonville Monday, and"Charleston Wednesdays dally papers'Fridavs. .J]..W.J. McAllister Jackson ,of of Cocoanit cocoa\ 'ut drove Grove, Flab Fla. i 4 G. U. DAVIS. & SON, CIIAS. PEACOCK SOY-;.Proprietors,

SOUTHBOUND. ; '
a. 8 ,J. Ke'ley, of Cocoanut .rJve.n.. Palatka,'Fla. COCOANTJT[ OBOE FLA. t
Steamers appointed to Ball from Pier 29 Newt '
East York
For Charleston 8.C, -i; -, River.,Mondays Vednesdays at 3 m ae'and follows, FrldaYI: C. E. Davis, of. Cocoanut Grove, Fla. i I I' (Write Catalogue: ,. l.2.6-21-pd I6rd All the Year 1.1.
pen
liaeco'Begiater.:
I'laetlOnTilie. Fla., (calling at J2nov-17dec J. M.
CharJea.ton1, Mondays,,Wednesdays and. !ridav,. + v Y

Clyde ;New England \'and. Southern! 'Lines, ( ) Notice: for Publication. I The .PlantiSystem- '
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'jt : LAND OFFICE AT GA'TNSVILLB, FLA.,>
Si Calling at Qharleston :
8.
both
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ways i
i \ : Noveinber 1, 18117. > .
STEAMERS I "DELAWARE" AND 'QEO. W CLYDE.". I Notice Is hereby given tbatl\,'the following I I" Perfect Passenger Service. "' .
i Are appointed to sail as.follows. i named settler has fid notice 0(, her)Intentlop "
From, foot of:Bojcan THURSDAYS! Street Jacksonville'I From Lewis \\ barf, ''BoOoci to make final proof ID support of her claim and Reaching.the Most Important Points in Georgia, Ala -
i( | i that'ftaid proof will be made' \ before:W; MFeatberly ..;:

CLYDJacksonvil E'S ST. JOHNS. l\ijERRI (iNE. U. S. Commissioner. at, Mi,tnU bama, South. Carolina, Florida, Cuba and

Florida, on December 13, l!!9T'vlx: "Mary Nile Nova Sootia.
\ )l (DE VARY LINE) } ? ,\I 1, nee Mo(fat, ol Lemon City,;Florida, bomestead

?e, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla\\ and Intekmedrate 22S, for the east half of southwest one-fourth Most sp1'en.cu.a+ OBCote>l

.. Landings on the St. ,Johns Rlt; r. \ of Section 21. ahd east half of northwest one- ,: .
..I.Ii \ "c .
fourth of Section 25, Township,52 South,Range :. ........... -- ;-
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The eleg.ntlldewheel -
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I \ \ forty-one East ; -= _.\ '''' 4 '..s
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"CITY OF JACKSONVILLE", She names the following ';witnesses to prove :. !lie

(I CAPTAIN W. A. I 4 her continuous residence upon'and cultivation. .... ". II' J
SHAW. ; II
.1 \ of said via i 'I t.E /Y: ,
i i land! : :..,111111 : IY LL ..rtUn
I Leavea'laetannville. I", ,",:",.i... .:r.....Sundays.Tuesdays Thursdays'ad3i0p.m Hoiithit, of Lemon City. Fla. ;" 1" .- ...r.r .*.
. ..... .. Mary f -
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{,,Returning Leaves Stanford ':" 'f.l. Mondays. Wednesdaje and. Fridays at\.Wa, JD.. S. .
; CUt
Senle Douthit, of Lemon |, Fla.
ti $UR addonu'i, \:\'i' SCHEDULE. '. I t NOR1'11.iOUNI? JameslIiibel of(Lemon City,Fla.
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,. ", . . ... ... . ... I Rp.d.lIp.Leavlf M. A. Moflfar. of ,Lemon City,,Fla.nos ,
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a ao p. I :: JA !jON 'lLLE. .: . . : Arrln; 1 00
8t.> p. m. . ..". "."." .. ..:. :.. ... ralntka .... . .... .. .j.i . J .Leave 800p.m a. m._ :rdecl7 J.M. B.\ (Cc,;, Rf'glte .\
a II.' 61N1 .. m'i' .. .. . . ., . ... . . .; . . 2 :St ,
.. m.
1 f. 4 30 a. m. \. .. . .. . .. .. frauds.. . ; i i . lOOp.p. m. Publication
II . .. . .. .. . .. Notice for "
II SsoOtLa., .. .. "r ...BBeresford. .. .. . . .1. . ,:.'. 1I\3Ua.ru:1\ .(.AINFHXWLK
//\.1. .. . . .. .. .. . \ LAND OFFICE AT :, FLA.
., Arrlve8Wa.m. 1\ : Sanford ,. . .. . I. : j jNotice'i'j
'" 9 2.\ a. 11). . ._... ::. ; : .E'Itc.'rprllle. ... . .. . . , ". "',30allu. l'iio\'t'b1t11. 1897 t r?. .1. ,
--- -t iu'rf'hygln'n! that ; 'f following-
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...,'i \ General' Passenger,and _Ticket" Office, 204 West Bay! Street,.JackHonville.JNO . named settler has Died notice of her intention to

I, \ ', I '. ' I' ''t : wake nlial- pral(1n( support of her tUlm.and. y

L HOWARD SuPT. . .. '. F. M... IRON\.ONOER.. ".... F. P. IA. that said ''Iroor111' lie. made :'before> X\f M
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P EOERtT. ,14CJt801'4V1LLB. FLA. j i' "\ .. Commissioner,, at Miami,
lMtlierly, U. S
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'''' !' T. O. ,WARBURTON, E. P. A: M CLYdE. A: T. ,M. ,
I M'j'H. LI 8.oux, Mew pOitK.a Fla.,on December IS 1897.vlz:Matilda A. M offal E'-- am ore. aR
\ \ la.'homestead for the : : -- .
\ & CO., Gen'IAgeuta. : of Lemon City, 1 't,3.W,5. --p--
f north-east one-fourtb of Sel'tloii'.1: Township
l .6 B BowllnglGreen.( !/e.York'C tr.-_ t 12 go. DeL Ave.. Philadelphia. : 17tfGedrgia ', '
Region of
52 South, Range 4f bast. : : In the West Coast ; Florida.
Shehiainei the following witnesses to prove her -

!' SnIthernalld' Florida continuous residence e- upon_and culthation of THE PLANT STEAMSHIP'LINEeSteamers ,

; ; R'y.\ .said laud, vlz I
Mary Douthit,of Lemon City,Fla.,; Plying between Port. Tampa, Key West' and
of Lemon Flk. i ,
Semi Douthit, City
: | The ,Sinyanee:'lUver Route., i I James Uubel, of Lemon (,lIt)"?Flat I \Havana,, and between Mobile\ and Port Tampa. .

Mary Mle: of Lemon City;FU. 1 \ "
; 1\l \\ I e TableTtuie'1E5, ;sS7\\ \ notideet7 J. M.: .B A RCUL{'Itegister. B.W.WRENN. H.ClMcFADDENi' : _
Pass. Traffic Manager. Aaa't Gen'l Pass. Agt =

{r'SOUTHBOUND, -.' STATIONS:\ : _i.NORTH:.. BOUFD : Sheriff's $ale.i. : ., '" ; Sava.nnah.' Os.. -

No 6. No 3 1 I No I \ --' ., t. \ '.No 2 No4. NoG Under: and 'by tirtneof awrit ol .execution 'F., M. JOLLY I )>Division- Passenger Agent" ,Jacksonville" Fla. "t
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k. ..: ...tt. .". 'J.liO P. 83) A JI Le.Te... .;.":,At1. ta.?..,...';.. \rrlve 7 h P.JI 1.4.'i: 4 Y .... ..:..{. Issuing. out of and under ,seal;of :the County
..Jl'4'".1111 tI40 Arrlvt'.L..MIUOD...... ...Le V..w 415 'j ,;:. I Court'of Dade County- SI Ue of Florida, m a ;
.. : ', \ ,A 1IU PI U iS I' ]II' 45 A iii Leue\o., \ .... a'on...:,. :.,err re 4 *I 1' x a 00'4 x I it ;;' A >i certain cause depending therein,pherelnFrank
6 .M I 4S a )I '2 081 x rriTe.........Cor4Cle. ;..;...Leave 2 20 1 13 8 W T. is plaintiff and Oeoriie. :B. Blevins.and Mallory Steamsnipp'in
:; 84Q a 00 S 50 r.-1...a...T1fto ... ;.. .......;11m 122.'J 640. Budge' : I
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1Q al 440 5 sj; !...... ...-jo-...'\ald08h1,.".: ..:.........,. 11 M A x 10'uL PI 600 H. L.llaynie, fomi-osing the firm of Rlevins&: r i :
p i;' ... 4.!! .... 540 36 ":: ..Jeaper ::....!_.!t-\: \. 10 I!;. 9 5t ........+ llajnle, are defendants;I have 'let led on and .. +II
:... 6'45' 2d "h.t.. L.keCUy..Io....-.......+ 911J 900 ........ .... and best bidder
,.:: . 900 1000 ... ......I: PA.LATKA...'_.. ..... ...L 81U 44.3 '....... .1,. wlU'st-1I for cash to the highest I r I) (N. Y. &,T. S. 8. C0.) a
at public auction,before the door ,of he county ."
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Y 10.)1 r.l r iii Leave..A.l1ftoD.1.u Arrive J WI"'. It brY .. .. -
+ '\-...41.... S to 00 ..rrift.L._ Wavernaa.....;..."..Le.vt' 1155 AJ If 40 '.'. ffB> m| Jjmp. }10rida,bet*'eej is al 5-, a {
? _I... ;'.. 30 Ifn'! .1...... ..JACKSONVILLE..)..;:... gOO :" hours of sale on j'' "r iK6yWestFia.D 1 : t<"lN6Y(: Yong

4 .... 110.)1 toor. ave..t..l\f10ft .. u'D'll;rx : :5.::.: "Monday, the 6th Dayof December,A. D. 1897,
i.....;... 900 --! Arrive..FIT7Gj. y0:. .:',.Leave 1o 4i A V 1h .:_-.. 10'' the.same being a legal sale,day,all those certain 'Y.
1,15Px12R 'U'1 ost..Arrh.r : r x 4 (1e A eta, and being in Dade The magniflcerh t J,.
lots tracts of laud lying
t. or
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:U" :I.... Arrlver..ar.Qnitmsn: : ....:;..Leave -J..5 c I"UllOA.
I. x 21 :. ..1:.... ..j.;........THOKASVILLE.-:........ r4-' 1 County:tate of Florida, and'describe\ as-follows ,-

..;4..J.. II 110. r 1 EIO I' x Le.ve. _.....+......lI1UI......,..,...Arrive 4.1iO' II 4r.6 t" "" 'f'.r ,to-wl. .... t ;i.,
.;.. 8 30 AI A. "e.... + ...S.DfO"... .Leave t 5o.I.i ... ... The east half of a certain tract't'glnnlng I 12
140")1 '\ .. -".. .. ..,:........:..: 1200\\ U 15. P ,,JI .....,::::. at 'the .southeast corner. "of the southeast. arriving in NEW RFrog.

1 :{:'.JL.i. ':. 645 a O6 700 SOO\, \ :::E' .::'r.tp1ii:: : :::;:.:: ; :1")1.800 ::-1.:: Y. :: quarter of northeast quarter, Section 13Town- .i -

;+ 10 M A x .. ...-.... are..4.. a.- .Anive .... 4' b3P. '{,'. ,a.J. ship B3, sough of Range 41 East; thence go west t
.. ,... .H-... t24S P JiI .. ,...;:. A_ ve.i..1..Ormondt.:.,..:.Leave ... m, 4 .. ; 380 .. ....... ,. ; ...;i.1tOf'tledee: .-....::..:.......r.h\\... t2 Vim north 660 feet, thence west 660 feet;:thence ; B
't.\\t. .y.., ........ .... 7 x ..!,.....
,.. ... .... 810 .. ..;;?. ... . sure/st P a lm/Beach; &; A .
..t.-" it S.\ MIAMI..,.'...... .... ..... :\ ..., ...:..... south 6CO feet thence east fifio feet tA point of I "
.t" -TT P PASSENGER SERVICE
beginning containing ten acres. Also{,he west : ,

: Opentee Pullman Butfett Sleepers be yeir roan between. Jacksonville.Fla;and NasbVUtf.T8nu..lvla half of a tract of'land beginning at a point 12.20 Via 1 Femandina (F.. C. 4 P. Rf) and Via. -Everett and Southern Railway. : 1Li'
TthOD r.I" No.3 and 4. -1 chains' the north land Route : '
Operates Local itn Sleepers the rear man between Palaka. Fl. and+ MaCOD. Ga.. via G..S.& west ot southeast corner of Jacksonville ....-..............- ..,:, .........................4 00 pmLr.'Everett. .
lr,j dtrtet on Tnlna N hats| of southeast quarter of.Section 7,Township Lv. FernandinaAr .. ._ .. ... ..... _.cnmber1 ...;.., ...._.....,.-.,.......1 40pm. sa

L. ,Direct' ,Line tS'Fii ai,4, Soldiers( Colony) via Tifton '53 chains: South;thence Range42 north East parallel; thence to section go west line 632 to -.--Passengers Brunswifk. Daily.allowed....except.....on...Sunday.board..... .for/ .. : r.'',Brunswick.BIO .. ................,.t......,...'JSO p m. .

'. bank of Little River,thence iasterll'a 1 bankof .
T t t1tMltid "'
{ NASHVILIA .E' OSI.WIONI': :j Little River \o land of Mrs.,Mary$riekell. . t PROPOSED SAILINGS : ..
.. Trip Tlcketa now tale at following: veW low rates, ;nont PalatkaFrom Jar Lv. New York,pier 21 E R.,130 p. m. Standard Time). '. Lv Branrwick
Ten Day Limit Tuesdava and Thursday*;iv'.. jkVVV ',-' .,',--.i...>*.. ,*,u w, ... .. ...*'I M thence south line of Mrs BriekeU'aland Friday Qet 1 .. . .-.4....... ;.-_... GRANDE.. . . . ......-t....,.....Friday Oct..8
Twenty Hay Limit .I. . . ._ .u. -._...t 'jv ti-.r..r.;.,,_,.;.t... tr... .9 25.. . . . . 17 60 liJ chains place of beginning;,being a Friday/ Get. S.-.3-......-. ....,.. COLORADO.. ..--......;. .._....:.; .. ,..Friday Oct.li .
October Slat. Limit. ..I ..... .rv..ll..Y.i,=._.r-X,....N The Sonic Route. IThe historical Battlefields Route '\ : I ; Sonth'Bange\4 East containing .Frld.y.Oct. 23. . ..........|... ...4. .. .COLORADO ,. . . ..... .. ...........-+'Friday Oct. 25 ;'
Full information sleeping car reaervadons maj-, ete.can be obtained promptly bJ writing. .53 ; eJ Friday. Oct. 29- , t. .lV.:| ..,,.4,-" RIO GRANDE.. ..:...... .. ; ,FndayNov,5 '
,or calling upon 1 acres.- Same being property of, the defendant' ,' ; ;
f ;.HuGH'Ii. RICHARDSON1\, Gen,';Agtf H. L.Haynie. Purchaser to pay for titles THE MIAMI. METROPOLIS, R. W. SOumwICKf ,
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.: Login ,;Jacksonville..Fla. R.J. CHILLIXGWORTH Miami Line West .Fla.CEAS .
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J:4 LANE i 'G.: MACDONALD Sheriff, Dade County, Fla. DAV1EBt -' Q. H. MALLORY & CO. :.
; .l.. i A.. Sanders &Atkinson,Attorneys,for plaintiff. ,' ; .
1 srota t 1 . dint Gtal PtSKD er A ent \I nov5-dec3-W Jacksonville:,-FU - G a'l Agts, Pier 20 E, .,'NewYort",

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\ : ROAD FARE/RETUANED.: Stand Alone : .f; .j

i 't + Special offer to living distance from Miami j "' .
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t : : I III L8 the DrnjjKutB of 'Miami, who- keep the largest and best stock > K
II .'' i'i\ \:; 'T.Jh i 'I i\ Good \until! January; /10th; .189S"I'I \ '.1 1 1f '. >f'':,Drags, Medicines,''ptAt onr store yon can find just what you
1 : fare; I ant at any time; and what yoq get here you can rely npon. '
11' i I'!' S' 1."g'5! miles) from Miami ahd purchasing! $5 tvoftn!, I will return the rail!I road} both wajs.To .. ", I\\ .
t! }! ,,"\ those living! 10 or 15 miles from Jiiaim and purchasing/$c worth, IlwIIi return the rail road fare one way4fare6newajJ.1 r' '
'n. ? t l '-To' hose living 20 or ,2;; miles from Miami and purchasing $l0 worth, \will return the rail Ij. Sta loner and Toilet t Articles of Ever; Description.
: i : ": ,' In addition thfrewlll be a special reduction.in'p "es. \ E Er i I j, .


!r i. 'f-' JAKE:I :] sa SGHNEIIDMAN1: : !., : Clotoing and '\Gents' Furnishings i i TOWN LEY 'BROS. ,' "' '-W

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&f.' ... 'l! L I, 1 Avenue D an street J / : Ladies\, Gents' and "Chilbcn's) Shoes' a Specialty( ( .." :. ,
: _lfecnovli rt-fl. '. ',1.1 J t 1- Pharmacists.
,Jl 1" ._ \, Registered.... ;, .-
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1 Fe'lJows' ----T--, ;The I Band' / Entertainment.' t-''i OYSTERS !. OYSTERS! OYSTERS .: 40.1 -
}lie Od< .of the city held an : : ; '
:% Important meeting in the office of Scott The 1tfiamfCornet"Band,'at its meeting dar Sent..lln, fr l"mi "aiiytijtf.a. nj.voll) ,tang i>; >H, hour B.' ? 'r & Broome' last )1'edne: Cay: evening. Jon ,[Tuesday night, made final orrangementu market, tr' c 4: Fife ;withdrawal, cards "\ier secured for its grand entertainment A'-rfi rice KMUIIH nn IxKinl, lo-Hngl,
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.. f rim !Odd' .Fellows in :<4<1 Banding.Fclrty whi h will beheld\ in the casinoof *lItkli'loeI.hvh. me a i'MA at rv.isoiia'.ile" ralesii -- ' -
,, dollars was collected f nun lu>.sePl1'settt the Hotel Miami on Wednesday eve" DEALER Iff \
turned tin The exercises will'comiprnce J. I. Turnage's Restaurant .
anA over TreasurerFrank 1.
1 Fiat bf i A f,i4ue! li, War ('hln.wl.ann.. Walter I P"11'C1tfO'rd' ROUGH and
;c." .Pir>e.. They expfjrt. to,organ- at 8.30o'clock with a choke dry 61111.tf.b-mo \, I '
izejas' lodge January 1, with a at which a well-selected '
'JF-1 a abotu) concert proigramme : : DRESSEDSpecial ,
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.flarge me bership 'The amount necessary Will be rendered r I- I t
f (or charter! andMipplies will be After the concert the tables will be, T)Decoratetl chamber sets at Xelwn'i, f ,.
Yellow Pine and
4 ,sent to the grand waster neat: 'week, spread for ice cream and cake, and :Firnitnre|. Htort.i! Xoll2t\\ \ .
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:, and ''wbet ,revel: ed ,1lmt'lnicial will 'evt'r\body'wHl\ have a chance to regalethemselves i ---it--: "i; .
: I ., ; Cypress '. ,
Almost Suicide \ -
\ ''Sjbripe bere and institute the .lodge. The in this'enjoyable manner. a "' -
'r institution will' take place in the new ,'When the'guests have indulged to their | Carrie\) (h osleyi!, the chief" :laundress \ "

I lodge rooms, in the postofllce building' heart's content' and ,'the gentlemen fatjhe, Hotel l Mi4inircau-e l ;wnsider .r' '
and will bp: followed ,by the" installation precept"blowed"all,their, money in, .able commotion at that popular( hotellast , 'LU'MBER

,- emplaned dining oyster' aupper/i> the band wil I 1J repair, to the veranda of ;, :Sunday by |i practical' joke .Ay'ntin' :
con ,thei&tay of/the the hotel and "blow a'little'tht'lII. man, who} has'been paying: her N "J

grand, oflleials'in :Miami., ', ... / selves', playing i a few jof their choice, ,considerable attention recently, + was : fJizee'8aW' to order. Algal Fruit! and Yf'getable'te*. Let Vic steamer pieces of music for the delectation of out walking with another fl'lDal..last *
While Key"West
the City or : the assemblage, And then" the merry' \ : prices before'yon buy. (,trial order /solicited. '
Sunday Carrie decidedto
+ was! tying to the"wharf on Wednesday aftcrnoont'and
dance\tomes on,\and will stay "on" HII-j teach him a 1 Irt on.. She bought! a .
t' and the large.crowd of tltlI I COCOANUT GROVE FLA.
morning ,
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til the young people cry "Hold I bottle of landaiuiin at ang -, :
BOIH-J'S drugstore
there to come her ,
zensw were we} I , .
t ; back1ifrom' h r,ocean*trip w/re rejoicing Enough } and' assumed a\erj 'agitated appearance ---- -
: The of for the I : . '
tickets concert \ GEORGE
.. t 'with glad, voices andsmiJing faces ; prices I as Hhedepnrted, from the drugstore. B.: BARKER
for'adnlts
and dance will be SO cents
t She-then emptied the bottle in t
her safe
: over trip and home-coming, it
J and 25 ;cents for children. They will a"lop bowl, laid tike empt .',bottk' on a W
., ; : i was noticed that two of tleyoung men ) tchmaker and JewelersPCSTOFFTCB i.
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gale ,
be l at Townley Bros' -
on
,-9,1 -. on the dock.seemed exceptions to the drugstore wa \lHtand beside her bed,"and placed ..
X merry.rowdtas,their higubnous the following note :beside,"her bottle : ..
..i.41 ; } conn.Henancea : ..Lei Everybody attend and t'ncol1J'Jige lifrii : BUILDING,"MIAMI,FLA.
lam tired of
t; anil ,low mutterings' indicated. don't'try ,to.,wake .,
,if' Instead of'feelingglad: that the: the bojs, as the proceeds will go me up." the then laid down upon thedfeignedsieeh Repairing promptly and Carefully) attended to. AU work guaranteed. '* > .

,'! : steamer had arrived,'they appeared to toward,the. purchase!" .. .of their., uniforms. $nd, awaited developments. Nov .tf-br.: '; krill line or epec arlee and eye glasses always. on band
be sorybf the tact. One'of the In\ therma tne Dr.; Honey
young '
. ,Sfc;' ,gentlemen referred to. is a prominent Funeral of W. H.Wo dall. was turning life natter 9ver in his .
'q" ;: banker: and the'
:., secretary. of one of our large real Augustine correspondence "of the] some ra!4i \act. He told the. porter, Special to :.,
2-i' estate> dealers ,On board the steamer, 'fim -VlJion.Citizl'l1, dated :(ov. 21; who went to thechamber of Miss rat a.rowers. ,

'while the crowd was noting: with pleasurable Samutl Woodall, father of W. If. Carrie, and seeing her apparently
-w; t i ; many improvements .Woodall l the young man who lost his, asleep, and, !reading the .note,\ran to "
ip in 'the appear nce of,the handsome life-at liami three dajs ,ago by' being notify S. ] Dr. Fowler was '
\ I wish i I'M all you attention to the most complete line of one and to-year--' -
y. '''. 5! ," steamer,,. the two gentlemen :struck on the bead by the root of a hastily summoned\ A and, when Carrie : old and !on. dour; <>r:niiiP ami Konstl Lemon stalk in the State A fine assort'incut
-, a'y-' seemed look'with' morbid interest, tree,dislodged in a dynamite explosion,' was aroused and feaw his immense .. ol tn<..vjear-ol l buds l froii Cto8fwt high, I1* to\Yt liu-hM In diameter. .

.',',, '" on everything!.",,and in facbxthe. ,sad andrn ; arrived j there from New York thhj. stomach pomp, she was the'alarmed Fourteen years in sfU-Hioinof of exixrifm-e viiifll-sof tau 1la't'd fruits me and hi MalK.s a position Milted to give to all perfectMllsf.irjlim conditions . "
despairing look In''tbeir eyps as they morning. He went; at once to the party and showed (them the ounce of of soil and climate SiNt-i il.attentiou given to planting amt eating _
'" '". 'wandered aimlessly along'ma \ it ;appear American ,House, where'the remainsof laudanum in the slop bowl. Iti i is said for groves; Will atsrpf desirable, position as ncin3urr of large Interest CLetters
as if they looked the jt'y of his son/rested. The' shock was almost that her faithless!swain turned white I of. Indorsement from the leading orange-prower lnth ?onrege. '
s upon belt. Reference 'mission FKKUK. MORSE.. FU.
by + Miami
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; ::" ,Key West!s a..monster who had!'crept more than the father could bear. as he saw the-Doctorj rushing into her I :
: .s;into.the'harb 'r for' the plirposej!of destroying The funeral took place at 3 o'clock'this'a chamber with the stomach pump.The ,I '

.t, ;their' happiness and \'Carry-., 1etnoon from the Ancient, City excitement soon! subsided' and I O. W.. CONNER, '
fiI, ,, be learned of the'cause of their digcomVfiture officiating.: The pall-bearers were: II. ; Whether the!Doctor's bill has ",
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s ,. ; in fact,.we ascertained that the Pe nejILDale E. 'Johnsonr Louis been paid' or if "so\by:\\ whom we. are Tangerine Nurseries.. -M-..... .. MIAMI_ FLA.' ..
:."; : City ofL !Key West which left yester- Colee>3.i Waddell and*Parker Alden. unable. to say. ,. : \ mn : '
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;, .daycarrrednothingbutalargeamountof The interment was made in,Evergreen The Komeo ami Juliet in this aWa'irare ';.
.:.:,. *. f reight consigned to merchants at CemeteryMhe remains being laid to colored, but it i fo quite evident that A GENERAL -.
Key:Wt M>*tandf'yes,.:we did learn that rest'beside hose of the young man's.mother"ho if ,the, principal figure in the tableauwas -r 1 '
died here white, she Id'be the t STOCK OF :, ,: i ..
.s:: It,was ihejJatentloa'of,Ta prominent : one,yeaar ago., Woe\ on stage, "
!'. '. business maul'of,Key'West 'to embark r-l I . i instead of at a v\a4htil| >. -
t; with hia" family' and, friends for therf Cofegrove and His Farm., I .: : .. ..' :- '" .

-';#;>- ,at Island' qi' ' "I ; Ex-'Maylor' Daniel has been BOOM',IN'' LEMON! CITY NEIGH-
.... 1' ,.... \, Cosgroye
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.l v spending 1eev( r.sl days:on his,embryo- ] FURNITURE: (:

,' C: : p. West Arrives) farm at Snake Creek, this week; he 'I, BORHpOD.---7-i' :
has acres of land throughhis "- ,
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.4. 1* 'The programme of 1 dally activity in bought) 15' Vegetable Production Increased Ten-fix uver
F 1.tt 'i the city waaTarie ,a-little on'Wl'dnps-, colleague 'on ,the .Board of Alderman That of, Last,Seuon.William . . '
day morning, at'lUu'clocH,by the toottngofa ,uF. S. Morse. Daniel already "
: : familiar [steam whistle, sees, in fancy} fancy returns for vegetable \ A. t ilerwa; in the eity. .last at' prices ,to suit the times. Mattings, Window.'Shades,' \
+ and a large number of\people hastened shipments ,, lie is, having several . Sunday, dining; at "the, Hotel Miami
sfi'r to-the railroad wharf to'see the "familiar acres cleared, and the other night with his. friend F. Sa Morse, and after .Coffins.and. \ Caskets in stoclq. Embalming\! I

: form'of the City{of Key Wes, 'with when a skeptical friend1['at the Hotel they had got even. WiU\\ mine host Graham :. attended to: or write. r
; _ flag gayly flying coming up the Fiver\ 'Miami;was inclined, to jnake light .of for' the price: of a good meal;and Gall '1
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;. with the gallAnt Stephen Bravo on the. Daniels agricultural operations, ourexmajor settled down in the veteran real '
i :' i .tJrld e. :All lines 'being fast the cap: : )romptly..offered! to ,bet, a dealer's office' for .3' F cHl smoke, we !EDWIN'NELSON: Miami

';.,,,; r. lk 'tain 'cam? ashore:and was kepQ''busy4t good box.of j cigars that he would clear picked' Up the-following, 'pom(before t.h.-tnoCORJELL'S .
the were consumed .
from his : cigars :
\ i.t wlthwelcpminghandshakings arid in enough money, vegetable: crop '
i quiries to the trip,down the coast. ,this season to pay the entire purchase Mr. Filer said'; that! jjast, year only c

w "lr ... ;,The ,City of Key' West. .left,Witmingtotf t -'Lprice of:th land. The bet was taken about thirty ai'resofIsegetableslwereunder t _
; ;:, Del.,! oft,'Friday, tile: 19th, at..12 and nov Daniel is on his mettle. He ,cultivation in the' territory tributary I' : -
; '{ 'o'clockshe' was ,delayed'eighteen: invited ;us:to lOok'\at[ his house as the to the'depot a'tl) Lemon City. '. "
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a i t 'hoo'rS at'Charleston,.S,'C., having piit train. passed! by1:the place,. ,but we told This year the: 'area wjll be multiplied '
I l tin'there for coal, and at Miami him we-were not usually awake in the by ten; it ,-ilJ. be increaled'one\ : :tlious- '.
arrived
,, "4 at the time )mentioned ve, makingr morning as;.we passed Snake CrWk1, percent; je, the:'trJp," arrin waits] in about four and at night it was too dark to do'justice hundred \tcre, 'planted in" \ege- 'Li.eryand..
days and four boars., They had ahead to his mansion with our eyes We tables in the territory ributac tojjhepoTTn4winterr

f wind "all..th1: ,way,'but. the"sea ,was as have advised him to" paint U: with ; :,Mire ttian "a hun .
1 :calm as a' b iJ .pond.and"the weather luminous.paint so Mj jjt iambic dred acres Kttfelfe f planted.in 'citrus-) eot"tlear Miami. A
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could :not have. beep bettenjf' it" hadvueciueuij to all. southJbg BPr s bnt; he fruits during the past summer. :": e I; ,
:liven made toorderti ..> , --' ,- TITI lii i Prin'iniii! would Mr.'Filer informed us that.thetel- I' I
'. e l' ts1 Lucifer; and lowing new settlers,,who nave"bought Horses:and, u1(11fJ.td let and for sale, .

.1 He wants them land,'in,the. territory referred are 4' I j Fine: Bret Horses a eyecialtyr ">,... :
"" 1t ,. tK-sides', he says; a building, or*'will:Jiuild, Iuses..during
:I would ,attract''' moT this 'st'asonf 'John' Hooks', J.B. Spier, Carriage .Teains i Buggy Teams Work-'Teams '
r,, e'.area'none. in1\' the J. A.- Kanneyp. ,8. McEddy, JV.\-| C ; :

bpd it present, 11 1- Sayeru;J.D.Magowaiiy Mr\Kromarti"i\ .Mhpr91.1 |, . _
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*-, I '."-*" t" R. Yr: .Burr;and Mr. Pbird. He :aUo .
, ,-" < Palm I Beach: I Hqtels. '*. .!' :t I reports'that the'following'gentlemen =:1 < --- -- .. / ..
}' ": =pet i iro Palm"Beach[ 'Beach who owned land'in the territory mentioned : ,Grape Fruit :Persian and
? tllful "ehange"ave_ The at Palm j :
; ; before UliiJ'yt> ,'will also build 'F rule T
ar
'i'! beentnad@pn} tb lteaDll'r:; p\ew. boil ,,will open for the.season,.on December : : errs rAl '
houses!' I. Tom Peters and Tahiti Limes Genoa and
Vrs and a'qgw donkeypumyep been L25,and the: Boyal Poinciana at: Palm I'I', W. J. :Spivey.;\y. Peters There ar : no doubt : \ ,

1 putfn;'tL n, *gtiddommulwtsdiningayooui'pbasbae.nwarranged Beach on January\15;-l By an inadvertence , : others whont'Mr. "Filer.fail: d to men '.. [' Lisbon Lemons! ,: .Dancy: ; u
aft, and for tbe Inn
a the date opening
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: tion in 11 s.artcNHi it'rtalk who will
.: quartered iil 14orIUt.down;, the') was' left ,out of our last issue and an : Tangerine HarfsTardiff, ':
i also build] If of our readers who :
any .YO'
main fitarVaft.1tn"mov' next toy error made' in.the'dattof, the opening have not been over; tbe ',J>moti,City .U"r I wnVashingtonI aveJffa] ':<1''
trimmed of above
'tbe'dinlngrboJn: and ,newly the Royal.Poinciana- ,
territoryJol" take
: will :a trip
walnut. 'The! :rser'S office dates are lhecorrect ohest "" r a jear ; .
: e in:white : pi through that vicinity they will scarcely "Jaff Blood Ruby'l uoa, a
the starboard side {
1 has: been placed ,to Cardi;'of*Th 1ikS.., 'jo' '. know_the,. oui t'yr' rWanted. : , ;D'r { '' '-
\-obth lower >Ck,-endalso' : separate ', "' ... .. oor- ......... ',, and .Parson Brown Oran-.
grooms for the.t dfficers *!!d.'Crebe We ,d sire .tof.express our" sincere : L '..' I i \ '
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boit- MW been 'generally repaired. out- thanks to'.tbe')Miami J Cornet Baud for :. J. ,, '.l I t' .,gest Japan Plums'and,.

elde knd' injmdpiadein.; (e-verj,resjVectthoroogbly the: pleasant! 'sp'rprise! given; us on; Boarderdi' at, ::lIis.: K.. \vj Boyer's, Persimmons Australian Silk
4: 'Sf'A'W oirthyand; .convenient Thanksgiving nighfand theezcelleftmusic '' south side Of ;13th street 'second door Grapes, Texasi\ 'Q mbrella, >

for enger9a SbeOef; for Key Vest 1 ".to,which'we:Were all treated 'QO'.tbat'yecasion _east l.epue C; dates reasonable.t .. Oak and a quantity ornamental\, flowers and shrubs tosuiMliis
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'T{,| '"atGo'clgekyesterdaymorningcvnvey.:I. ._ \. :I '-. '.\k u4_ It ;gt -
fs 4. lag .1JtW, \ pound:iif freight,:besides :I: LADIEa or lI IIPEB8'Cl.CB: ; Extra low:prices one wheels,cash or ciima e :andsdilL.:. JOHN ELLIS, AGENT.> % !i
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