Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00586
 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: December 3, 1897
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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 )
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: VID00586
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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{i! VOL. 4--NO. 4. MIAMI, BADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, (gffifcffiSt) FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3,' 1897. :I ;i\ :/ PRICE '5, CENTS' x'

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j Give\ Goodrich &\; Bryan you der Matting'lace curtains and decorated Goodrich <$!Bryan will open up a fine XI full line' of Capes from $1.00 up. a,

MIAMI MINCE. 111E! for a tailor-made suit., .guaranteed dishes at Edwin! Nelson's furniture assortment of Christmas toys about the 3deClt John P. Lo..tt'I' .
'. \ I Ft't 3ddc2tChasJ .store.' ', ; 3dec-2t 5th; of this niontlu i 3deo-2t Li -, ., i '
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Stevenson of .)';ll ss., 'E.T. Byingtoq came down on Wednesday The work on the residence' of Mrs i :+ -rA Soiree# Chantante.I
,in! the this week route to from his home the Sue : ,I
Zany Thor Miscellaneous> Miami Matters was city en pretty on Bradley Jphos'o'o, nnd contractor As announced
Key .West to''take the position of chefat bay shore above Buena Vista. He made Hahn, is going on nicely. The out5id /' ( inlasfrweek'spapernthe ,,

Modestly Mentioned ''' the \Hotel Key West/ While here the trip in ''a, rifeptlia launc ,\which he carpenter work is nearine completion ladies another of of the their Biscayne Club will"

; he stopped at Hotel COhO Iy. has leased for the season for the purpose and the inside Will be ready for plastering give delightful 'ente(- }
euts the Hotel '
> at' Biscayne -
of going to and from Miami and in about two weeks. This; will -.
E. H. Bally of Fitchburg. Mass.., is J; L. itoblnson, agent for the Equit- making eacursionson the waters of the be one of the 1 largest and finest houses Monday night next, December 6th,-at

registered: at the Hotel conoh ble.Loan and Security Companj' of bay and river:, l 1 in the city and when done; will be an 8 o'clock. The programme as published ,. .
Atlanta Ga, has gona 1.4 St. Augustine ? honor j; below will give an idea of then
} to the a tistic ability of/arcb
Father Font in'will leave next,Tnes- on a business trip. ile' expects to We aeknoivleage the presentation to I rich treat in /tore.-for;(those whr. '
tect Joseph McDonald and the skill .
day for P.alm, each.to be gone, a' few return t? Miami, in,about 5 four weeks. the MmtTROrotms hy the composer Joni 'of contractor Hahn. When ,completed. tend.! '... :.

days. j :. i Myra, of this taty;.,91 a copy of I his i> firdt to amore ,- ... *...., .. .. ', .. .. Duet
havelreceived minute
\ nd Uardee the giv description "irPiano
Boney ,
'1) andfMrsi composition .ID musIC, the "improvedKey Mr$ Jno. B. Reilly and :
Mr. R. H. of New
Dodge invoice. fair a large,,shipment of drug 3, : West Waltz,":' just published.The of it. f JIIal. 4's.: "Forever with. the Lord1i , r .
York were at the \ Hotel: GounorL
; registered
J, Miami: this week. : etc. They will/r be in and opened up pieee which ha$''been played sev- C. Wj mbn, il. DYa prominent Vocal Solo i ,.. .. ,... ... .Selected '
: about next Tugs ay. 1 ade -It eral times i inMiamf and Key West, is of Detroit ilichl with his wife I\ Mrs. J. urabara.
surgeon ; .. .
r c All of our: lawyers have been in attendance J,1V.Johns4u'of ti est soll.in- very pretty and spt'aks well for the au- and 'Children weetntoIDel J .Mr.Cs.Garthstde
t" Key are stopping at the Hot l Comic Song "'. .. : ... .. ,. ..Seated:
1 r; at Circuit Court at: Juno law of Mrs, Sue Bradley J hnsoti, was hor's nfusiral,ability1.! i Miami., The b alth of one of:Mr. Wnman'5.dall \U Mr]IVoife... ,
nearly all this week. Then 1 ,nllRemt'mbule" .... .M n.A.Corm.'ltomanite'i. .
r iri Miami ithi week inspecting the progress Mrs. Jessie &, 31ot.rt and :Miss. M. B. hte s has been poor and . ?..TT, l*..- .. Trombone ;Solo 1.
\ Henry *M., Elagler will arrive at ; of the/work on then residence Town of Winthropf Mas-, arrived 'in when the physi ian" advised a'change \11\ ..Prof: .Jose Mora.

.....:. 'Miami on a tour of inspection!! next of.his another Lpn\Avenue and 13th thecity!: Wednesday and left yesterday to a warm Bong nial clime; he thought. .\oeal Selection.?,-lt.: %,, . ,. .. ,. Mrs. Gardner .,
| .Yr.teo. Wallace '
f Tuesday: the 7th inst: street.: \\ morning for Cocoanut' 'Grove where at once of this glorious ,health-giving: !VocalSt1lf'UoD''J I Solowith Guitar Accomp.. !Gi
Mrs. beautiful winter country and made haste' to get herewith Mr) Fred. tatter and Mr. L. Wolfe_ .: :
vial "
... Bro C. C. Early, J. B. MC err n aild Dr. Moore IJ ';
Townley are opening an "
up ,
her. The! will be continued "Crown. 0 1. Lite"t \oca! SolO
stay id .
home.. ;
4f her friends from the .
P.1lelmont :Smith of Loui ville Bare Many .,
: Kittj-McDonald.
elegant assortment of tine novelties ) I Mm 0
if the desired be efit of health is, I j
for the Christmas trade. 'i here td( spend a week or two in' thishaving Groye were in' thecitj1 Wednesday attained "The I>* g J'oet" .. ; ... ..Instrumental. Solo ....' tit:, 1-'
f night attending the band concert and by the lit le girl. We !sincerely I I' Miss, Isabel Mora. I I .. .
vicinity fishing an an
hunting' hope hat,the usual l results "Spanj h rpsy" ., Mrs.Jno. .Reilly Lt
Commissioner W. 'LainhArt of } Moore > attending a ,
enjoyable !time: genera 11).' They are thejoined\ giving, Irs. and in Comic,Song) -: .,. .?.. ''' .. ... .. :>,jseleetea h 'i'' ;:' f;,.
this section will
be realized
,t- West Palm Beach was registered at located ,at Hotel, Miami. her charming nieeea Cordial welcome. stay; I Mr. L.: tVWreF 4;' .
the Hotel Miami, \jou Sunday. and that she will soonn be in robust "Come Where--aunligin: Splendor"3! "' ......
t M f -Sheriff Chillinlgworth in ,The Times-Herald newspaper: plantof Mr1.,John AJ Ire en, deputy ,grandmaster lealth/again. '.I f : .' ,,'',-' ..<.f| !TGrand.. Chorus J .JIt-, ..... .:f..'

was Wednesday Miami Palatka has \been leased by iCharles( forJ'ltJ!'! .uependeutot'wF !; Marshal -" e'rif jiptro aVa c,-...!. ___. . '.'__-_1. ..- ,-.-- : ..
this week and left for Juno Griy St." :
,Kendall, who.wilL-in"fiiiiin? tuntroT of Odd F "* *
Corning: with some,pr sqxr rs-- and publish same. Mr. Kendall will this \teek, registered at the Hotel Con tine last'8aturda ami brought back r:

-1 Bargains Remnants.. : bE! remembered!\as the former editor ofthe oily. He was en route .from.Key' West Wm. Robbing, alia* '',Che Dummy," Miami ,baa reason to feel prond of her ,;. '
I NeW.JuiyrralBregzelJobni :: \ \ to Jacksonville While here he met the colored 't1JO'i is charged 'with brass baud, not only for the proficiency
John P. Lovett I the prospective 'members the new' stealing $G2 incas t and a watch from they are accqmriDg in discoursing good a

.,J. 1'. Paulson, postmaster at Dania have received i lodger to 'be organized here, shortly; ftr. Geer: the ptiot gra her. 1'M'priS-' music, but for their ability se eoteriain-

a (Modelo) was ml the city yesterday, from Wilson enlt'o.importers. and and made !arrangements to be present oner was caught, oy otncer Paietti in era. The concert and dance last Wednesday "

transacting. 'some.. egal business.. [ and most at the' institution.. '" I St. Augustine.' s given. a -pre- night, 111 tl e Hotel Miami Casino,was
t i 1 complete furnishing liminary hearing HtV Judge: Aihton epleuuid evidence of what they ran "doi in '
I T. E. Culverhoue-and Chas. Dough- goods ever of'' Jackson 'Legislature! Vf the Bahama Islands and held for the I jury, :and immediately bat liana The_ array of local talent on r4

y ; erty went up to Juno on Wednesday as ville. r: | : 3dec-tf met in extra session I last Wednesday 'taken to Juno?.) ,He implicated the concert programme waa an asenrauo .'

t j '- wit=esses before the grand Jury.f .. Notice thefpr gram: ] the concerti at Nassau, for the purposeof' dealing another colored mjiii ny the name of 'of'the tine treat_ given Every participant '

i be given by the ladi Oal] of the Biscay with the definite proposals! that Jim Henderson, butt erward exonerated displayed..musical ability ot an ex-< r
FOR BENT. Large sleeping-room for ne. Club' .,trexjt night and have been'received by the Governmentfrom him. The prisoner was found celleut order' while: eonjcfewf the ;\"oice'f .,,' ,
rent, nicely of bath and Mr. II... M, Flaglerlin regard to .
fulinished'use make Jour m nd to attend and hear I guilty and sentenced."rMr. G er' and showed careful training wide compass. d.
', library. Apply \14W.1 FBATHKKLY.: up Hotel accommodation/and steam ser- Sir. Kampan, his art and exquaite Bveetneaii. The 't- '
some choice music! The tickets; ad- | were ,summoned encores -4J: ":. !
26novtf [ mission are on'111| cents each. vice: with Florida. / It cannot be as witne* e; and cloSed'' their were cuuviociug an,nnm roa ,,Uwing4 ;. ;
Mrs.,Hattie Chas of :Boston', Mass., learned what action was taken;until place of business, :o attend. 'to"the sickness of Mr. Wolfe: two of the C

,came to the city thisVeek and is pleasantly Harry'Murisonl a prominent distrib- the next mail fro /Xassa ., numbers were omitted, .. ;v; -
.+ domiciled ot Hotel Conolly. tor of artistic advertisiiigof XewjYork; Weathe Bargains in Remnants. Mrs.. Trapp attd lire.' Pickfordj from 1f- ; ,;
; City'came to Miami t Tuesday night's J.' WJ, fold t4, Buena Vista Jonn P. Love'tt.Hon. Cucoannt.Grovelverevery kjmi.ia.aeaiat-. .

J.E. Bowman fexl-Sheriff} ,of Brevard train; and left f Cocoanut! Grove on ,has leased the' Dehnpnicu restaurant, tug the band'bi'taking p the pro- .._ j
]t county, was in the city this week, shak- Wednesday to spend the winter lIe formerly rim by Dales. Hull' and- will F.'S. Morse is a practical joker. gramme. The seleoftous ofl th of tneeeaderei ,, :
hands with his friends. continue the business at 'the same Nothing does his soul I lore good than .. 'j;
ing many stopped oyer uifcht at the Hotel'Miami., l ladies were excelled ] irithi :>
G\j .. stand in/the' Douthit building, 10th t to play a practical j ke[on his frie ds. ] i ,. .
\ effect, eliciting anciWes both ,;
Just in-A large s ock'Of Sweet, Orr George' M, Bobbins, Esq., of Titus- D. By next week While in hid office a(few days since he i in .mtuiip : .,/
etanct .
& 00.' ready-made pants and overalls.3dec ville arrived In'' the'city on Wednesday Mr. Weatherford' will have the place said to a'friend : 'Mlawe you seen ]the Mrs* Qardner'a aoloc'wa ., dared f t.inher 4''. ,..t..i

-2t,, Goodrich,& BrYan., light on legal\business' and! le ft again fitted up in good sty and be prepared new cbainless safet ?"|. "No" 1 have .usual proficient' r.Tolcei's",! ".,
: WedDesday-'morn' nA" for West, Palm .to give excellent acconu odations.: He not," was the innocent nswer. "Cdme .
:'John has this .
Ellis been busy ktransplanting rioting with clear distinct.
: 12acres of tomato plauUon ***-v Beach;where be Will be'ngaged today bas several furnished rooms.to rent.in,. into my private office aud see' one'\; I neea. ,-1: ,:"..... . _. .:..-

his fine place lenleyon. the Miami and will return to'Titusvi, lie tomorrow.vMra. the upper part of the! building.. have just got a newl one" After The solos otMrs. JnovB. Beilly :And L,

river.b '. Fannie mother ofthe neve J; A. How land/will leavefor reaching his private: "plnee such ,he, handedovera'"safety'pin Miss Katie McDonald ,are worthy of t, '

\t \ sate .O. L. :St: Sturgis, ': _lij the annual conference of the M. E. as are, used spe mention Both of the ladies nave. Y-
A.L KingsWhad an attack ofsick by nurses on certain of'a
: tier baby's
parts .
Wednesday morning to return Church South short S'. His! servide at fine voices and always please au audience; ,-
ness the first ,of the week, but we are wardrobe The questions now arise :
{ horn in Michigan! She desjred to Cutler next Sunday, morning: and at 88 the encores a.b Y..f8C@lqed' last Wednesday
state he Is muchbetter. How did old chelor like
glad to has: .feeling :\ an Mr.
thank the ( who Cocoanut Grove the same night indicated, V .
Of the '
come possess Article
5 her comfort duaing!! her short, sad stay be his last Until further not)ce. If the The duett ot Mr. and:Mrs..Acosta pas ...-: \
and how did he know t
F, C. Stone, .n encore," }' !.
Standard Oil Company was in the city back to this field/ t is hoped that in as a rule. d'not deal in Mrs.. Acoeta.., sang a solo,>tbe audience 3.

this week and ,stopped at the Hotel The famUy of Bkv.rir.; F ris is expected selection it )\ ill get a man who) is safety pins. was captivated. Mrs., Acosta has \'oie4k' y 1

Miami., to "artvfin the city this'e\'tm-' as sipcerel! and as energetic ,and faithful The City Council of O< ala has'passed of rare weetnees'and full of expression.

'];Trunks, handbags,\\-1 I ing. They\ \, bY the cottage on as Mr.,) Howland. ,I \4 an ordinance'authoriz n,'the issuance tier selection MLa/; Serenade" waa a y;r
14th street the ... ,
hithert residency happy one, the sweet notea'dying
chenille curtains.. Cheap! Cheap! at Mr. Forre3tLake\vho has into Speaking of the accident to the of.bonds to the amou it of 11(5,000, for away '
moved with a melody that'was entrancing.
,Nelson's. 1' 2tt ': the purpose'of erect n 'an electric ,
3dcc launch Daimler on the bay\ ast week '
; the 'cgttage ,
corner formerlyoccupiedby,3irBaldwini
The of "National
; singing Ujrmn"by. ,)2
light plant, and 'a of the
!Mn.;S.,B. Perry and daughter Josie \' it is our pleasure to note thefact;,, that will be bad. 'l'he'dty jis i now lighted people 'the Misses Mora was received with be.rtT'I I
:ot.Sew Orleans'',are,\MIami\, spending / \ Mr. Richard Carneyhecaptainof the applause and 'evidently;,the lively, ring ,r
:Bargains in Remnants.: -. launch in/the of with electricity by a private i company .::f
: danger,..was especially -
,a abort time. \.They are domiciled at S' ,( \ \. ? ., If tfie city buys its ow plant, perhaps ing song of Cuba was an inspiration to,
solicitous the comfort
ohn vett. for as
Hotel Conolly.I.3fCAlilsterand) f : the listeners .. *
the i that
now ligh -
parties ing r ;
The Indies' Aid Sot ohbe Methodist well as the safety of ,the' passengers; city After the concert the'hall "as' clearedand
; ety conld be induced to ou e Miami.
Brainard :
Eugene marked, ,
showing' a manner, uncon- ,
C the dancewas 'with
church wllthold| their'teeting:! There is certainly a goAd opened a grand
down visit from Eau Gallie :
came on a cern fop the preservation of'any( partof
last 6n ,=Tuesday afterno s hereafter instead offered here. 'We learn l tea. that Curry march to the mosiO'Of, the band,. after
Monday were registered at the oat, and thinkmgonly of their
Hotel Miami.. 7 of will be held next, afternoon hit injury. the gliding waltz and the merry two- 1
-\ :1'" i I Tuesday : their present plant wi h a larger one. .
You get 'a chance 'at an"ISO music at the','residence of Mrs. E. V X'lson'th'' furniture dealer The-one now in use h 'it rapacity oi step. Mr.Miller' presided-the-pianist\' .

'box with each dollar's worth of/goods ,Blackman on llthstr, et near {Avenue and/ ndertaker, is arranging\] for the 1OOO'lights", It would be a paying investment Refreshment' consisting' of: ice ;cream i
e t you purchase_of John.. 8ewell/ Co.L ."- 'B.Mrs. "' :' procurement of a hearse. 'Vehicles; of for. them to,bring their small and cake were served duriug the evening., 4''f.(

, I ./3dec-tf.' .: Carutbersi' arid two children this kind are: very expensive, and, as plant her \t., Mrs R. W. Boyer kindly4 interested herself -
A. Ued man, the''wbofeiale grocer'of have gone to St. Augustine and after a a., vestment, Mr. Nelson can hardly { in behalf ot the band boys 'and took
w' Jacksonville, stopped lat' the.-Hotel short stay in the AnciehtCity' will vis; hope to profit, by the purchase ,of one Mr.. E., W. Blake 0" Tampa, the charge of this department and was assisted

-w :Miami: on Monday' .while waiting for j it her home in,!''Daytoiia, staying! unti i for Miami ; I but at the same} time a accomplished tuner and repairer for by Miss Bosie Cuthbert and Car. '

:.. .ihejboat for Key W *t. \ aft-er".tbe, holidays: While in tit.: Au- hearse is needed to properly complete the Ludden & Bates Music.Douse, in ne Conolly.. .Over $13;was made on re i

Everything is lively 'J ;WWat'F : guatine,' Mrsj Caruthers will !close a a'flrst-elassiindertaking establishmentand Jacksonville, spent several, 1 days in the freshments.MissMandeJBrickell' -
''eon" store this at real, estate deal,former; husband? / also as a.proper\ and respectful adjunct city this week,at the Hotel' Miami Mr. .. : ,presented! a large' .
wee They are .now to the means; for performing the< Blake is placing itt.Jood ({condition the handsome boqnet,which was raffled and
'.". Opening up and marking',a great variety : ..U. J. Eggeri! and\ Cd. have just r .' last sad offices for thosewho. die, in our 'pianos of the\East Coast Hotel System, won by limes LoUie ;;Lucas 'Tbaboqaet 1
.. of toys, etc., for the holidays. ceived 25 barrels of|Very|fine Irish po .mid t.. I.' besides taking good care ooh I instrumentsfor brought S3.2& o 'j
1 :
-.1': -aU. pictures, nice rocking chairs; 'Burbank tatoes. They varieties.are,the' The Early j': Rose /and ,Jno. B. Beilly, Esq, has sold'for the private parties. This gentlemanis .A large crowd was ,present from this"r S
bed lounges, rugs ,at N lson's fnrn|- potatoes are a prominent member of, the Knightsof '
.c ] piled on the floor df th ir warehouse Ft. Dallas Land Company to Js P. Page city1 and also from Cocoannt Grove.,
J iu re.store.., \ 8dec-2t at the rear of- the! store and'are the and,P. M. Wallace, lot... '10 in block 35. Pythias and a rece t past grand Adam' Correll and the Miami Transfer. /
the Fellow of
of Odd Florida.
Tbe He has also \Isold to master Co., both donated two hacks for the
J.Gi.Pope boss
),, steamer Santa Lqcie has been choicest and in, the finest; condition\ of: While he purpose -
': down'the bay to Cape Florida this week any,we have seen.:1! ,, carpenter on the Florida East, Coast Himself of of conveying the ','people of t.W
: of' block service to the Odd Fellow of .Miami. Grove'to and from' the 'enterta lL
,placing the buoys to mar the channel Railway, lot 21 37. Quite a l1Jne:
and taking some soundings fortbepath .Our' enterprising!'.taHor and gents'fu colony is gathering in, the section :of assisting them preliminary Daring the evening the,; band played,

of the dredge.Samuel "nisber, L. Wolfe, has fitted': up his the city 'where these' lots are located.In arrangements for. the organization; several: pieces on the botelveranda, to .
". show windows'Jm aq ar sticfnanner. blocks 37 and; 44, and the ,surtound- a lodga here. ,Mr Blake in a courteousand the delight ot all. .! j,

Rhodes of Cocoanut Grove, Everybody stops to admire them.1 The ,ing blocks, a great many lots have been genial{ gentleman and has made The boys deserve the grand success
was id the city'on' Monday He was backgrounds and bottoms!\ a coveret sold and a number of residences are go- many friends in Miami by his pleasant! that attended Wednesday night's concert t,

accompanied Misses Jessie' Swanson with different ;,colors, _Mcloth1\ and ing: up. These blocks .pie} between and accommodating- I and dance. .We"understand .that in the ,.,

'and D lla.Pierce.: The M party. dined tit- the articles thereinflake Avenues D. and E, and between 3d and Advertise, in the M'ETB POLl8. We near' will give the public ,9' ". <

the! Hotel Miami," / .ryJ a look 5th streets. :t a can, .bring' .you- trade- Oar friends read.. ,rousing minstrel, performance t '

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2 !I. \ _: THE MIAMI :;IMETROPOMS; DEC. a, 1397. ;'


l' that there" be inserted in the patent to reach iAto the loom and catch

RIG TS OF ELEThe be issued!! to the State a clause expressly broken 1 breads and tie them' with one up F C & P ii'I; \

., reserving the rights of (the Indiansto hand, OJt being compelled to use:: a ,

occupancy hook Jin ? like other workmen. lie 1
: the : of lands pOSl@ioJed.nd!! says '

improved by them_ at, the date of tbe that on account of his ('banjd*: being Shortest Line Between: Florida:and all
ommissioner ,of Indian Affairs constructed he can save time and do
patent,! that purchasers of lands may Hortta Points.
Champions Their Cause. more wo k in' a day than anyone at his
\ have notice ofjthe .rights,of Indian occupants hop.> L Miss,Sayers,Haines is a TOU- Everett Savannah Augusta O&.L Columbia -
r .! ... .
\ Washington Baltimore
i sician. He is a good performer on a
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GKO. II. WALTER S.GRAHAM URGES 1 THAT THEIR LANDS SHOULD BE "These rights, as b fore indicated,I zither,. avid w'ht'Jnot employed at his Philadelphia Boston.and. New the York, .

BOBBINS. 1 I ;iEXEMTT FROM PATENT. believe ;to be dearly' established!! by the work be spends a great deal of time East t:

ROBB1HS& GRAHAM CO \ \ \ case of ;Beecher vs. Wetherby, as wells playing pon this difficult instrument Everett Mscon Atlanta. Chattanooga 1-

,, \ i by the invariable practice of the He can pick tbe strings more nimbly Nashville LoulsTillerClnclnnatI and Chicago. ....,
.i I \ withnhslt thumb i Everett. Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphl : '
rs-e.t-8.w. Leg.il: QueiUons Before the Assistant Attorney. nations of Europe who made discoveries \ serves him as a than Little Rock,Kansas City,fit.Louis Chita.o M1
.A.tt= : \ General for the Interior DepartmentEGARDING i with his then fingers and:he verily believes -' ; Sioux City ,
upon this continent, which rule has that nature fumilbeJ him with} River Junction Pensarola, Mobile New Orleans -
MIAMI] bADE COUNTY,] FLORIDA. thee been followed t b'y' the United States !,Texas.Mexico California and the Pacl-
\ a deform ty that has proven a physiological fic-Cout. ,
Vf.tarfRC Ice In ali courts. State and Federal rights of the Seminoles The insertion of such provision in the benefit. I EFFECTIVE MAY' 10, 1897. '
Bpet l1t1ea for examining and New YORK EXPRESS No. 38. Leave Jackson
Laud Titles. We have tbe only the following patent would hiakethe rights of.thG ville IIJ!>a.m., with Through Pullman Sleeper
abstract books covering South Dade county, letter from Indians[ clear,and would be a measure for avannabColombia.i WaiblDKtou.Bilimore. -
and receive daily reports from the Clerk of FOR EVENING WEAR. .Philadelphia New York and all Eastern
L the ,Circnltl Court at Juno showing all land I the Washington of protection tq those people; who have lointx. Connects for Fernandina Return
transfers. All the.certified Abstracts orTitK Panels Lnd front breadths will i>e a Trait No.87 reacheaJseksonville 30p.m..
't for south Dade county are made at our Miami correspondent of excited the sympathy" \ have: new NEW IORK FACT MAIL No. 36, Leave Jacksonville ..
I attractive feature to the ball
+ office. .i-tl-hf.' the Times-Union become cognizant of their'situation.." most ?: p.m, I dress. Tin t sash ends are worn very Icing Carries. Through Sleepers Jacksonrille to New
J and Citizen appeared Thelegal questions involved,are now and wide. York. Return. ito. M arives,,Jackionrllle ':10
GEO. A. WORLEY.: in recent before tl Assistant District a. m. .
a Attorneyfor
,e .
4. The ha r arrangements are more CINCINNATI AND JACKSOSTIUJC:, No. 39, Leave

4 .A orney-a.t-La. ..\.. issue of that journal the Interior Department for settlement ekibojrategrettfes than they used to be. Ai- .lackoottTille Atlanta.OhattanooKa 7:U> p. ''m.Connect"via Everett for Louisville Macon,

General practice: in State and Federal Court _I , and w'iUno'< and Commissioner!' urges ap ing from twists of tulle andgenerally Nashville,sc Louis. Chicago and all Northern
All business! (entrusted>d will receive. prompt at.. and wenteru points. Returning train arrives
teuliou., AReut for doubt bc[ read with interest by many of that nostepsjnay beomittedwhichcan :here is a tendency to' 'dress Jacksonville 8:10 am.

GKKUANIAJ\ LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY our subscribers : possibly be taken Under the taw to pro- the hair." AsHEViiLK KOCTE, Through Pullman
i ing Car service.for Clnclsm-U via Savanna::
I of New Inj hid {annual'' report to the Secretary tect these Indians. C.,K. K. Delightful boas and neck arrangements : Columbia.Asheville Hot Springs. Knoxville ..
:t All kind olllfe! policies uriuen. Office over are made of "caterpillar" tulle. through the celebrated Mountain Country or
[of the Interior made . .
IJU'>tomee." I i i loovt.hs.-yr: just public Nonh Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville7
Com \ i. ./ which is very fine silk net, with a dewy Arrives Cincinnati 7 40 p.m. .
tisJifner of Indian Affairs W. A; : a. m.) Returning arrives
WILLIAM SCOTT'. OIlDOif R. BUOOMK recommendation! LIVED IN MINING CAMPS. substance railed over it. Feather, boas Jacksonville 9:10 a m. SOnly
.Jones makes a strpng line through the beautiful hill :
BROOM I I I : are still in great favor and hey will country
i SCOTT & that rise Remlalacencea orf of Middle Florida, Peusacola. and Escambia
ithe I question: of lands for the \'eDe.able.Wom--
tide us oven to the fUfsea80n.Ball Bay leave Jacksonville 9.15. m. by No.2 daily
ittO2lley:3-at-L26W::: of the Seminole Indians' Florida be an lion Living In Texas. show toward for Lake City, Live Oak Madison, Montlcello,
t NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE finally I Mrs. Julia Clark, 72 years old, of Dallas gowiis: a tendency Tallahassee I Kiver Junction, Pensacola, Motile
settled ; under, undue ,Salmon'pink is New Orleans, and tbe southwest.Mexico.
Will In all State ar' Federal Courts. Tex., }is a survivor of the hordes omen .
practlct law with California and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleep
the !
tJ \ Indians. trimmed sea-green tulle or mauve
Collections promptly attended Ilprotf.cttbes and women who flocked to California era. Return No. 1 arrives at Jacksonville 7.35 +
OFFICE: OVKK BANK .OF P\v BISCAVNK.t This q !:'StioD, he. :says, is one that irt 18i9 when discovered velvet. Many of the bodices are out in a. m.
gold was ''
I I Leaves Jacksonville 9.15 a'm for Starke
ll-June-97-tf 1\ t has before the for graceful cilrves, like shells, and sometimes ,
t peen department in that cot u ry. With her husbandJo- Hawthorne, Silver Spring Ocala Qalnesvllle,
some tIme!. By the act of June 10 she a bl kvelvetribboncorineetsthescallops Cedar Key. Wild wood, Leeabnrf, Tavares.
seph Clark hb died six years ago, with Apopka,Orlaqdo. Lacoocbce. Dade Clty,Plani
< II. ATKIN80X, fastening '
kAXI 1&
JAS.. T. ) 1890 d$6; ,000 was appropriated for the lived for 14 years)in: the various mining City Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville tU p. m.
de. ,
SANDERS & ATKINSON Seminole, one-half of which was to be camps on]the "kunbet slope" in the Black-and-white-or_s | harmonies NasbTQle Route Through Pullman ,SleepersVia

expended: in procuring homes for them. search for the yellow metal. In deSribing' are as Everett,Macon--Atlanta,Chattanooga.
and Counselors( at t Law \li&KDS her experiences report the much word.. for evening gowns as for 'Leave Jacksonville 7: Attorneys I : : I'PRCHASEB.: street dress a little color being introduced 7.00 next p* m.
Chicago Chronicles Mrs Clark says that Leave Naihrille 9.-00 '
Offiee liv Rooms 1 and 2, Lands have been'Ipur based for these she the to dokwav with the idea,of half- ":10 next a. m.. u. JD.i arrive Jacksonville -
was only woman in a party
BroVn's, Brick Building;* ndians during the past year as fol- which left! New In the month mourning, hid red glace silk being 8.15 a-m.-Leaves Jacksonville.for Brans-
FLA. Orleans wick j>y the Cumberland Route Steamer and -
2-1+tf-bs MIAMI much used for the All evening . '"
owsFrom( tlle-DfSlIton% Land Compa- 'of July of that memorable year. Two purpose. Cumberland Sound. '
frocks are brightened this fall with 4-00 p. m.-Local for Everett Close connection -
i ny1,, section'7\ township 48,south;range male relatjons were with the ,party for Brunswick. Shortest'end' quickest
V magenta velvet -
le-green or turquoise
Robert Taylor, 4t east. 644140 acres'! $418.80. The deed ho\ve\er. She says: ap route.
put on in "barrel. hoops" about the 5-00 p. m.-Local for Tallahassee sad Intermediate
was submitted, to the "My husband made the trip to California :,)
ttQrney-a.t-I.a.: ; | department for bodice. The addition a white sashis points. Arrive Jacksonville4-15p.m.
i by sea, going round the Horn. That 9:40: p.' m-For Tampa and intermediate
28 897. From Frank
Ylurr, FLORIDA. approyal'May \ ; newer tha a colored waistband. point. .' Pullman sleepers:' Arrive Jacksonville -
i / Q.; Brown \trustee, + section 18, town- trip was.considered too dangerous and 7:35 a.m.Through .1 ,
Office\on 14th street, nextWatson's I inconvenient for \ omen to take, and I FORT E\| HOUSEKEEPERS. , Sleepers for Cincinnati via Asbe-
ship 48 south, 33 east; section stile, leave Jacksonville 7.00p.m. arrives
Hardware range
store- was left at Twine.to accompany,a party
; Asheville 45 .
ttr' I 18, :tovensh p 48 south, range 81 east; When ink JW spilled upon linen try : p.
L-8 \
S that would start 1few'_ weeks later. (For Martm, Atlanta, two trains dall). Leave
.' .. '. and, section =34township4southrange dipping,the damaged material in pure Jacksonville 8:15a m. and 7:00 p. m.
The the
most of
Simmons severe part trip was melted tallow." The hot tallow' (Summer rates to, excursion points, In effect
'L A. i 34))'eas,1! 2p acres. $1,344.. The deed crossing Pl na1 1a. Our party arrived thi.j) seems Jane 1st.Pnllman. J
I to absorb, ink and, after washing .
submitted Sleepers on all nlghttr.ins.f
1; the earlier than did husband's.
was for :
: ; wiry at XJSL-WT department my, went the stain will be found to have disap- Send for Best Indexed Township Map of
approval July ,1897. From Frank Q. from San Francisco overland Into,the Florida to A. O. MCDONNELL i
peared. i
I > .coco Ntii GROVE, FLA,. '. 1P: Brown 1 truee,'section 32, township 47 mining region somewhere near where When the are stained in peelIng General Passenger Agent.NTS. ., !
If'" } : ,, "''L."I. ', Folsom is now located. We remained ngers REMINGTON; ,I II
;.- I' ,,Ji,. Office at Refldence.< \ 1lyhsjoe. south, range\, 33S\ east, C40 acres, |448. there and number of fruits, preparing green walnuts or i I i Traffia, Manager. I Il
': V Br 9wnas informed July 26,1897, \ camps in similar wags, dip them in strong tea,
for three
husband and
that before' >this'deed could be considered years. My myself rubbing 'then i well with a nail brush,
( W.Atlenj after leavinghe mines<<; lived at l D: W. MERRITT
an ab tract of title should, be fur- Sacramento San Francisco, and other and afterward wash them in warm' water ,
| and the.st 'os will .
i .tioraey at Liaw7jt' .' ..... nished'accc\ mpaniedby, the proper tax places, for 1 j years'' and then returnedto disappear.To Contractor
: defend fane's self from the dust
\ I recetpt Receipt of this evidence We had : &
KET WEST, FLB., Awaiting Kentucky! probably as much and cinders from the open car window
deed has >i not yet been submitted as $20,000. My husband invested In numerous .
Will,praot.ioe"all the Courts, State andFederaL the i business Te and lost just in front of a railway passenger., -
the2 department. Tbe other prac-
t , before take a ,fold it in rough
newsp per
4 'f [l-9-tf. all he! had
tically moved to
we Builder
_two deeds have been ,pproved.Simiitjr plaits and faa en it fanwise to the back BC & ,
Texas. I
am ndw,but contentedo
appropriations for the Seminoles poor of the forward seat. The newspaper,

S. Mills. Fowler" M.I D. have bRn..made' for.several' years my Mrs.old:age Clark with is my'relatives.ending, the last" yeah hind ceives Is the relieve cinders, 'and the .victim; be- Give'us a chance

HOMffiOPATHIST pasta, | I of her life with the family of her 0 to figure on your
\ The best pie plates ere those of tin
The greater, part.o .these,Seminolesare nephew. Edward C.{ Smith,-a businessman .
with straight sides about an inch high, I r-t.. building.
\ .
nne'B located '
IstW in 1 Dade of Dallas.
, 'street, near A counties i iPOOL ; so there' is no anger of the contents,of
in the region known the Ever- Re er to Mrs. ulia D. Tattle T.
a , as : the F.
,- Chronic Diseases & specialty. : OF ;INK PHENOMENON. pie running: over. Porcelain lined
glades.) The 'Anterior Department inOctoberJl89adeQided Budge, and Bank of Bay
27 ug-t.f pie plates' do lot bake so well on the Biscayne

I | that the unsur- Sltvated, In. Southern California In a bottom as tho e of tin The old-fash-I

t Dr. Jas. 'M.:, Jackson,: Jr., veyed body of land'classed under this b .olat Spot. '+ ' ioned pie plat of yellow,stoneware,is --YUR; 'CORRESPOJJDKSCK: : :;Use well-'

Without,doubt the1] most remarkable mistake.. It.isi for printed Get i it
1 title was swamp land, that a patent responsible the sod Stationery. reasonable
: MIAMI. body of water in the! word lies in the but it Get it the METROPOLIS :
} 4 \ might issue to\the State of Florida un- den nnder;crusts of old time pies. get good. at : -
4 FLORIDA. vicinity of the-Colorado\; river, in southern I office. tf.
senti1f. der' the_ kwamp, Grant Act. Shortly : California{ In this region ofl'ugly

-Ulliee'R'OWNLEY at Pl BB08' DRUG. 8TOBB.' |\ after this decision was promulgated, volcanoes, desolate', pastes ,and'slimy \ "

) Dr. J. E.lfirecht.\ ; in chareeof! the Flor- swamps. says (theSty Louis Post-Dispatch i

.4'1 DRwi.E." \ CHAFERI ida Seminoles1. urged th e department to ; the -strangestji 1 phenomenon' fall FlorldaI3ast

;; 1. make a special 'provision, reserving all is what the naturalists call a"lakeof Coast Ry ;;
( ,DENTIST.: :: : lands occupied or improved by the 1Ik! No other description! fits so well. ;

Seminoles i 1\\lor contiguous' to the The strange black fluid that forms the S \\ Tlm.TabI, Wo. 9-CrrMt4 &e "... 8, 1897.
Office in Ban1ereon' Block, northeast lake bears no r resemblance to water. It i .1

.'. S corner Avenue D'sand, 13th street ,to'Everglades the siateJ.before, thejj were ,patented must some day,. '\ a "lake offire SOUTH BO1J7ND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read Up). '
; appeals were ," and Sti excellently
'l:9ifI even\jnow tallies : oll N>37 oSTATIONS. No 7f olrl

i I I made! by Bishop Whipple and Kirk i with the familiar description, of.the y 705p, ..... Lv..r....Jacksonville. .....Ar. SMp..F. ....

\ JohnS.jFrladerick; \ Munroe, urging the ,department tp infernal regions. Thick and viscous ......... 1050..B15p ale ...... ... ......... Lv.Ar.St......St.An(1llrttne..Lv. 6 828p ..f"47a tOOa..... ....... ..... .

}: protect'tbf rights of th, Indians. fonl- meling] it seems altogether .... : 11 09a ...... .. .?. .. .... Augustine-AN... .. ... . .
:: ,Civil l Later : unfit that it should the ...... 11 28& ..... .. ... :..... .. ........Earl tanagks....... 145 p46&p .. +- .
H, : Engine ,Snreyor Dr. Bfecht reported to thedepartment !' deface ,surface -..... IGOa! ......... ... ........ ir..........Palatka-.:........LT.Ar.. 425 4.
of the earth.. : ...... lOOa ..... .. ... . .
that the Indians bad been ? .. .. Lv. ........Palitka........: r. : :: w..a..G. . :
4 Notary Public for I State at I.& f ' The pool of ink is *itnated about halfa u'.:.. 145p ....;. .. ... ...... Ar..8an Mateo....'... v. 81( .. .. ., .:
Particular Attention given to SubDividing driven 1from 1' ,tie' northeast quarter of .. L.TLT .....San Mateo. .. . 866p86p .. .,... .t / ,,.
':' mile from a olca.noji] It is about an : 1268t : : ::: 7. ::::::.. Ormond: ::::: -t .
,' large tr near : section 85, jand I the northwest" quarter, acre in The surface is coated ...... lOOp .:.... ... .. ...:.. ..... ..*.. aytODL......... a :.. .. ...,;.
area.{/ \
: l' Office 20th St. AT. D, south mde,', otsection 80, township is south, range with the .. :' 115p ...... ... .. ..... = ........Fort Orange... .. :: ..,... ..... .... .:....

I ., ,1-21-tf.; 4 | MIAMI, FLORIDA.JOHRROROWITTER 40 east,''and asked that 'these' and e the thickness(gray ashes oft from about;aix volcanoes Inches thus to .::::.:...: Y l lap ::::.: ::: :: :::.::: ::::::.New... Oak Smyrna.Hal ::::::.r"J" 2lOp I83p1220p .. ,.. .. .... ........'

th ; Z .. ...:.. ..........Tttnmlle. ...... .. .. ..
reserved for use.' Upon recommendation concealing its real natp'. A traveler .. City Point. .... .,....
| .. ..
: .
S 1 ]of Axe Indian Office; _the not prepared> toavoid'its'\ treacherous ::.:: !lip.-! ::::.::: :: : :::: : :::=;:::}.Rochledtfe Cocoa -.:.:..... "" 12 Up1207p ... .. ....

AIO R4 Secretary of tbe, <\Interiot directed the depths might easily walk intoL. Ex-' ...... / .. ...... ", .........EaaGaUBe..:...... 11 Mass .. .,,.

5 : Land Office to comply with the request, pertinent fluid has proved that the 1 black :::::: 4 Up..::::: :: :: :.Y...:,. ': ;::.:.!::..Melbonnie akr ..:...... "M 11 11 tie a .. .. .. 0 . .
Over 29 years experience.Metropolla. .. wed wall! th'ri of the lake is npi poisonous. It 455] ...Rogeland. ...... w 1043a .... .. ,
5- S itl,! that the question at ...... 4 5IIp .. .. ... .... . .. *}(
; .. ; -
Z Building, MiamLPull acts as a dye, acid cotton goods soakedin -.Seba.stian .... ...... ... 020/' .;
) ., issue was rased! Tbe Land Office Records ...... 560] ; .. .... . : ..;*.S,. Lncie.......... 1SS 45a : ;
stock of Samplei of_all Lateat Weaye* it keep their color fqr| months, even <*] .... 501m : .. Fort Pierce........ 930 ,,'... ,. ... ...... S lop
*t that' : :
1-ly-U 5-J'" I show the above lands, are when I exposed- the snn. They also :: 6S5p :: :: :::: : 807a. ::::..;.....Eden-ft.. ", OOQa .... 8/5p
'. within Everglades'and : ..-... SbtOp...... .... d5 t..i..Jensen. ........?', 957; ..... ... 880p
1 properly: the, acquire a stiffness similar, to that produced 640a' ,.... tuart..'. 49aSSaa .. ...
Wm.: Varnadoe, ( are embraced r in) tbe swamp list"approved by, weak' starch. The fluid has ::::: 701 .:::::: :::: : Tile = : ; .... /:./Alicia:..::::::: -, ...... ...... ..... a USp asp
... flip] .... ..8 lie .:,. lobe Sound. .. 813&.1.... .. .... 1 s
CONTrUCTOR. in :February I last. Thus', the de been analyzed, but its component parts ...:.. 7Up :... .:.. 8liaa .... ./ est Jupiter...... '&Wes...:.,.. ...... .....lS.op
have not been made known ...... '1I2p] .... .... .10t0e '....(...iRiviera... ........ .* 1'133&..... .. ..........lll8a
'f partme 's decision of the last:named ...... SlOp< ............ 1100, Ar... West'Palm Beach.. .LT. 72-1a _..... ...... .... .lOIOa!
r 'trBo Work and Blasting! a Specialty. date 'conflicts with_ its instructions to ;' ...... ...... 12p! .. LiDton.- **/ .... .. .......s IM

i' MIAMI TLORIDA., withdraw' these lands from settlement HIS DEFORMITY A ,, BLESSING. :::.:: 1 lisp.| .::::::.:..:::: U : : ..:.:...Fort...Lemoa Lauderdale.City.::..:..:: 7 :09sI 1|......::.::t.:.:.:::: 11:

1' Ertl Furnished .' ,1 j BIGHTS'' OF "' Owns Ten F Dlrer. and' U.e. Extra! :.. ...... ] ...... ..... 4&JpA .........Miami.,.... .,Lv.j l 6'0. U...' ...... IlOa,
1 01 Application 'ta. -lis JNDIANS* ,
\ One At Silk Loom. '
", :
1. .c' j' In reporting Upon this the! Commissioner Char A.4 W.., BRANCH. Trains 3:,as.87 and '78, between Jack,
( es W. Haines of 406 Abigail, No.B. !arm villa aDd St. Augustine dally. '
NO. STAT 3. ,
'FR 'jUTTERi ;; of! Indian ,Affairs says : "I street who is 24 years old, has five I5p o : R2'.t. 'Train 208, between Miami 4 Tort' '1
; 10 00. Lv....New Srtyrna....Ar. flip 5 ?lercedalIY"escep& Sunday. '
am .therefore clearly of !tbe opinion fingers on each of his hands, but no 8 oop 11 -.Lak..Helen..Lv.I sop I I 4 sip Train aIG,'between Fori'FVercA 'and

; S Contraband> Builder, that where Indians are knwn'to'be located thumbs; says the I Cincinnati Commercial -. 811p a up 11 11 62a GIla Lv....Orange City:....Lr.1219p 8 33p Miami daily except Monday. '
m".Oranp, G7ly..Lv.1215p $)25p Trains 85 and 78 south of Si. Angus
) All kinds lot too ork. upon. specified tracts, such tracts Tribune. In the placeof; his thumbs tine daily, except-gonday, ,*

'1 "" Plans and estimateS nrniehed f should be exempt from, patents that are perfectly-formed fingers similar in :Tbe Sleamar"BISCAYNE" *

1 free. '} + no person ,:'o4 corporation shall I ]have appearance' to the-index finger; onlyii i' I
lJune-9741 J 3M1AMLFtt35DA! little longer. The remarkability of his r
color ofrightto deprive,the Indians of .
; .
_ _ _ _ _ their ancient ls esiions. case the; nature so jarranged itthat .'. I
: first 'phalanx unlike other
: ,
\j : r T. D;. BR OWrhARCHITECT 'I therefore tbat'th have the honor to recom.. fingers,\ has a ball joint;]: articulatingwith : / S .la appointed to Perform Service. follows:t I

'\ : : m decision, of tbe Depart- the first metacarpal in way that Lean MIAMI )p. m. Wednesdays lad Saturdays, connoting with Train 8S, "t

men February IS, 1897, [ modified enables1;,him to ,turn the 1 finger about, LeaKEY/ WEST$io a.m. Tuesdays and'Fridays. I
: io as to ''tracts'described in any direction even the back of 1
&ep the in : upon .
Connecting at Miami With Tn4 78, oUowlng moraine.J.D.BAHNZtt .
\ I his hand. ' t
March 1'f
office reporter : 2 J| 1897, from I v.TrrJo .
: l the lands to be *tented. ' Haloes is a silk ltandagwearer,'and; J.I'&ikAWUl1; ,. ', ,

.tl! tt 'r 3I Iiaa, FroJw4 1, "I also have hfttrooor, to recommend by the'aid.of his'thumb fingers te can I& AupatIM. I'1at Au't(Jan.' Paassttgar A&m.

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j: .THE MIAMI' "
";METROPjOLIS,, DEC 3t-1897.; , . '5 i ,

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*" NEWS, C ATA.I.OOUE \ into I .t "

t FOR, 'I 898, The boat sail the break o| day, x I' Manager tudden &:Bates S.,M.:II... ': '\ -:- .
I I I Out into tbedaYlhe'lLiI.r" -'
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WILL BE READY TO BAIL Ifl OCTOBER. rJomU.)ntheskare, gray" .1 JACKSONVILLE;: FLA.t.: <;. .

One party writes .* follow of ear 1897 caUJerue -, And the. winds they:oU and wail; ,Pianos and Organs sheet Music':and.Jl;' ; .
:' "will yos Blta, send me a copy of yoorYsluable ()the winds,they sob to the fisher.(oik, :
ti Nursery Catalogue. I lad a copy.bat And the sea Is loth.to give;; i LOWEST PRICES ;PAST TERMS Musical Merchandise_ : '
have loatfed it': I find to many Interesting ( ,
things U it that da not,wish U,be without a Be It calm or blow" the boats must go, We-will you'betterand': I give yon better value for ,oor .. 9
copy" : That the fisher folk may lI\'e. \ money than an J other house in the,U. s..;. Send tot Catalogue' '
Oar stir 1898 (Catafogve will contain all the ,I: : I" and Price LUts.] .A |17sepVly:If.sa
r, food feature of the 1897 catalogue benide*many Dark into the nlgbtj the\\XMts,return ,
newt oneaJ Pally Illustrated with many new Into the gathering night., i "
"D, Photographic View. We| offer a\\full line of And the homeward;hows the white caps'spurn, I OF COURSE
-9_. to FrttilandprnameatalTrceeaudShtnbsadapted Southern plantingCatalegne Free AddreaGRIFFINGIBROS.ICO '.1041 turn them to lift and rights j jO Do I IAnd o u'Kno\V( \ a Goo_ Thi L' '

the iKwk come back:...to the,waiting I one . iOTJ DO I
Nswsst. and Mad PnfttiV'. THE, I ., tbej boding hearts grow bold. t ,. - I- '; -d

J.PC,*,*, for. SMtIMta I I .Plantar.. .-. POMONA_ .ffoxszuEs.\ . MAcctzmrf. ,_TIA._ Be it workor, play the' hearts'grows gay ,'hen you ''HATES': : '!SBEH-FLOBIDA&, or you would BE':HEBSV.i .' !:J. s
!I with the gilt the sea' has doled.. ire yon GROWING ,OLD? Ot coarse ;-eo'ABK WE, ]t... 4
10 ept- m4-bl. I! PeacedaleJ K. I.s I .. Bat not eo fast, because onr MILD cLIYATa,1\ .' ." t .

i .. .. H .= With its WARY, spjiSHiNT: DAYS and LONG oooi. NIGHTS. .\< ',,:1 "'.,
A Fertilizer for Fruit- SUGAR; Makes LIFE WHAT!'IT OtTO T TO BE. ':' J ;:
I I- Do TOTT IiOTE njOWBBSfrnitS;| an vegetables CKBTARJLT I J i So do -we* -

Fertilizer The Enormous Amount, Sugar Imported Iff- Bur 1 HOME on the EAST COASTS,' : ;" i' .. i '
"He Ideal Pineapple- dicftUl ft Horn Market That Florid WHKSK: you' ,can RAisElyouR OWN 4
With I the LABoBiand \ "
i Can Never Supply. ', LEAST EXPENSE.: : ,;..!4.
PrJce $25:00: Per Ton By Rev. E.VI Blackmail in the Hoineseeker, Do yon DISLIKE WINTER f So do WE. _' 'c f" '.... :L \, -
"' .. Then coma TO FLORIDA \ we're aria TO STAY. :".. ; t'I
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS : J i \ \ l BiN G'the year We have snBF-BATHiNa,,swiuinla:, and BAILING ALL ,TITE TEAK I BOU1D' t .

I Moislnrei j- \ 8 to, 10 per cent \ 1896-07 the Uni- ABE Ton intereead IN trs ? .":'.,':

L Ineomonia, -I 4; to 6 t ted States imported IF so,|WE.are interested ts TOU. .. ._ ;2; \ ,
Pboephono Acid, H 6 to, 6 " ,k 1,739,313 A LINE to our ADDRESS. Address DRAWER "I[" ? { .

i_ Potash, (actual) 6 to' 8 long tons ( ,2tO Will no 'WONDERS. -SAIOT AUGUSTINE" :;,PLOBIDA., \ ,'
Jlfade Exclusively of Bright Cotton Seed Meal\ Kitrate of Soda, flood Bone pounds) of.sugar.During \ a jrl3-if ; 't''*'f

Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems !
i. and.Sulphate of Potash. 1 I IWrtte the same The Lemon City Hotel ,A i IJOHN'T, CAREYr

for directions for using and further particulars]afro yak for a copy of Economic.Per period! the. United Ianager.
ttllzer for fruit, i : t'\\\ '
States ,
produced BADE
We Carry ajLarge'Stock of FertOUer.Material C. S. Heal Tobaccoidost Potash Etc 233,220 short tons A ..
; ,; 5 very pleasant location, near 4lie ;Depot Large, well-ventilated rooms, .. I

\ Write for prices before buying, ice seek the groxen trade direct., (or 2,000) pounds.) I Grand View.of Biscayne Bay. ' r' r
Or, in other words, we bought from 1
Wilsbn Fertilizer Good Hnnting and: Fishing.. Acceeaibls to. Qcean Beach '
& Toomer Co. other nations; 8,800,061,120, pounds of ,

1 i i sugar and produced,'568,440,000 pounds. Good Table and all the Comforts: of :Home
The Fertilizer'House.of.Fiorlda .
Startling as these figures are, they arenevertheles9 f fS
1.18-tf if. Tacltsoavih Florid: |} true [For ,several1years. AT VERY MODERATE PRICES; : f i iA

CHASE & HABSKT, Agents, Miami; C.M. STOWS, Agent, Coeoant Graver past, there has[ gone out from theUnited '
qn et, delightful etc, to ,
States! $100,000,000 annually for \

this product. This; vast amount of rl"2.I' : : ;l'! I Iaug27

money has gone from us to. enrich the .t[. ' .
gse-aiu LEMOif "
European grower and ,manufacturer. ,

1 Each year the consumption of sugar i in, ; J..
: P this Mr. T.'J.1PoifPrd,an eaper(eneed,cane fame has reached,the farthest nations '
I r country fa increasing and, the
Ulnterested ;I present: rate, will soon reach $150,000- grower, who bas'purcbased forty acres of the globe;until crowned.''heads and f

1 000, worth annually This is of this prairie, aid: This land, en great men of lder nations flock: to our '
i \( expended on a product that should be properly drain will producefro 50 j shores, and, as they ,behold our greatness j
to 75; tons of ca e per acre. In fact,i his ,,
st.Coast-of1'Fjloria produced within our borders, thus retaining they exclaim; : \The\ halt; has
? the home of be, caue'and will fplly sever ,"
: a this immense) bum ,of money. been, told' Still, with al}(our(
mature, tlJns roducing the
'l'heVnitl'd States hasmillions, of acres largest greatness and wisdom-with a surjera-t I

I ; ; \ of l land that are.adapted to the growth amountot, saga', bundance of push and energy*-his one: t
to learn At }'o'rt LaUdefdale there are Vast great industry, which,should be among,,
I .' >o you ,want I and perfect development of cane'and i 'I '
\ which "'
l'' l i.. More about ': '\ ,to-day these lands, to 'a large extent, quantities oi flat woods- are the! foremost ustnes, has so"far: bet> a
H I its.\| : among the richest' pinelands in the neglected, and the broad, fertile acres'
\ are unproductive. There J is Mate
'. ; I I. uUmate' !i . \ in the .Union! that has climatic no conditions State: These lands' are low: and flat; of sugar lands, lie idle and unproductive %d
yet with but email outlay can Abe while '\'is
; .\ Resources .. ; as favorable for the perfect development our: gold steadily. goingut i
\ drained or irri ated the
as 'necessitymight
.. enriching other jiations. ..
*"" 1 of ,
} Florida. make' ,
--- Dev ments cane:as We
0 ; 1 0 \land .' these statements without, fear of'suc' -, require. | Lying near and extending Lyingwestof Miami,running south
:. I Possibilities ? i eastward from the Everglades ward to the south line of thePerrine.
o cessful Contradiction.
. .., E is f
; \ Especially
hundreds !
are of thousands of,, ofprairie' Grant there
acres are tens} of thousands ofsates
| this true of the. lower Coast
Then write to,the nndereigW for a4opylof the oI East '
land which are snperiorcane of the finest .
I I while we would not try,to detract from sugarcane
lands.) These under the stimulus that can be purchased cheap., Who
; "Florida, East Coast HQmeseekbr the ,inherits 'of \',other sections of :the /
of fabulous fa t will .
I :profits, are !! being come and occupy the ground? .
State.. \
I .
I i| Mailed free,to 'any add I turned into immense vegetable fields; r ... .. 'i

'J..'E. INGRAHAM, 1 :ot A few days since we took a ,trip over at the,fame tine they,are:ideal' calla ". Ho- For Cocoanut Grove- .
theEast Coast : the
Railway and from
'and .
We stalks
V Cast havepeen: ,measuring :The fast and,, t commodious launch,
Commiaioner : y
iLand Florida East
,l l\ailway t, car window we saw acres,of cane which 'G' feet',in length. and.3 inches in, diam-: ."'Daimler" leaves'Peacockwharf at Co-.

o '26novtf &T. ANOTSTINK, FLA. '. fOr'length, and seize I of stalks cannot.be afar grown'on these lands. The pinelands I oanut Grove,every: morning I 'except

f ...... a 4.5outheri4'. surpassed. It i is a ..wel1 1 established : of this section are also the home 'Sunday at R ,o'clock for'Miami, arriv-

fact that there J is! no cane grown thatis or .the eugaicanek!. There are,old cane .ing'leaving at foot MiamitorCowanutGrove ot'AvenaeD, : at 9 o'clock, ;
J' 't't richer in, sac ('hari 'matter than fields in South that hare not' been ', 0.30a.m. Fare, 25 'cents each way: -

that grown' in ;this State. ",.A large .cultivated for ytjars: ; yet among. the Will make special trips,.'returning to

number' of the e, fields were,' north':of rtwli, trees and rubs that have taken. Miami in the evening for accommoda-, i ".

Ormond. The area planted: is not possession the and, the'canel,, ,ion of p\rtieajAt very reasonable rates. "
i growd
: : / Go down and spend a day.or, two. at
large but each settler has from
.1 one,to thrifty and ronIn order: ]to footerhisindustry Cocoanut Grove, the prettiest place on
five acres. Whip this: section is sage % .'and.. Btimulate the plan the Bay. Spend a day at home-like, ,
: ,
: 'f __ Rkilway.ABSOLUTELY norxto the far-famed Louisiana cane log of new flatus' ud building of new;: ,Peacock Inn and.see the avenue:of rott. _
lower 'al palms, clumps of giant bamboos and ''
: lands,,'jet the East Coast has
refineries tariff on' allsugar
1+ t a was placed ; many, other interesting sights in the,
,hundreds of thousands of;acres of land 'ioiportedh ping that might$' -, "-
: vr ,vicinity; tf. i
l THE SHORTEST ,IjOUTLt :_ 1. . : that are 'superior: to these, from the produce) a sufficient, supply for: home '

.MB. I | ** IBBBBB BBBBM ' ' > I ... .. fact fhat the;section' from South' Bre- consumption. Tie German Empire To BealEstate"Agents.. 4 AMlJ J N

: fEBOTTQH,PULLMAN WINGBOO: CARS! DINING OARS, yard. and. throughput Dade counties is will produce this year (estimated! } I Business was eo dull)Jn your line

: ;] 'L THOROUGHFARE: ,COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINSSr free from' killing!frosts..]\. In the long, 2OOOOOO-loug: tons of sugar,,while, they i luring that: we the did first not feel year like oLour urging existence you'tose '! '
stretch or'coast' .line in
; will consume but 600,000 tons. The printer's lavishly.7 ....
\ Inkver\
NORTH' EXST; ANbfwES l ; land, German [government. imposes a.tax'on, { We 'feared we not give you? ;

.... comparatively; that are opt. adapted to. each factory, ranging\ from .$800 .to value, received for your money;:f
.! the, culture of cane ,Some are mor4sdesirable $2,500 per year,"according to capacity*. When there were no,buyers. yod could

; TWO DAILY. TRAINS BETWEEN; : FLORIDA1. AND THE EAST.' than others and';}'would" yield Besides this heavy license, a. tax of not Lots sell of real money estate.is :,in advertising ;; .

1! j .,:I 1 f I .a, large profit.", South of Jupiter: are .0 21 per'pound is evied.. on all sugar r .which brin squandered .' '

: :. ]i\ :"Washington and'Southwestern ;Limited, ,t $ ..' thousands acres of flat woodswbicban' I consumed in the tmpireL' Yet, \with Judicious advertising ,pays-better: t'
\ -" And the United States Fast Mail. be Perfectly. drained. ,and are rich this enormous 1 tax! the growers and factory than'ahY' other, ,investmentyoit' ; can,
: make. ,
,: ; : 4 ) u -: IOHLY :. in vegetable monl L;; These lands, by. mentbave grown rich. Berman Y, you have' something to sell, LIt and '

"i '.81 .HOTmajAOZSOIYILLETO WASHINQTOK t. ., l l'il *. proper ditching with series,of dams or has taken:largel'o; our: gotd-dralD"f there are people who want-what you -"

'1' '. : ; ONLY 27 HOURS JAOK8)1fVILLE"TO".1JB( W"TORE gates, can be perfectly irrigated or ingit'from rich an 1 poor!...;.for a corn'modity have, 'it,will pay 'you handsomely: ,
:\'il : .. ,. drained. Here farmer make the fact known.' .
,.\ .- l rj perfectly \ tbe, that can ari'c. should be, grown We believe from ,extensive, observation ; s

; i Solid Vsstibuled Trains composed of latest Improved Fnllmaa'Sleeping Cars and'Hot*!Wnta could plant'cane without! the least fear l on our awn lands..' These gOl'es're; that 'printer's ink pays. the real w
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'S,, a' .PhWd lphlb <{ (, |:* I "1'i until' perfectly" ,. 'matured. _': ; I waste: ?" (An al-w4ae Creator has'given business man, providing there is a de-

; NewYOrkan4th.Eut..t At .-the south .end\ of" ""Lake: I Worth\ us, a country ,rich in all the'' ire-, mind is located.for land in thelocahtj. where' he, '
.THROUGtt PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM:; SLEEPING I CARS'BETWEEN'JACKSONVILLE there extends'" southward t ' I for "many+\ I sources that,enter; into the. building o t There. a'good demand for lands in>

I' AND NASHVILLE. I miles a prairie which for fertility and a rich ands powerful nation-a country this vicinity. It is constantly. increas -

.,, ,. adaptability for 'th ; culture_ of,'cane that: by, developing!all its varied {resources << ing. Land buyers are'arriving. in;',this '
A t ,
I Through Sleeping? Cars Daily Jacksonville to : cannot be-excelled. These ;lands-are could be dependent of: al ,section every,'day. one" : .
Jf you can make sale of a thou ,
-- Jj, .' : Cincinnati, via Asheville, Through the: partially drained by the cabal; cut by the'nations of\he earth.. The fonnda- sand-dollar"proputy with the help of,

/ :. I the Canal Com pan' At !''Modelo the lions of our bills and mountains;:ar e the METROPOLIS and get a ;commission ,_ ..
:; 1., ... OF THE, .SKV., : I .1'i J} Model,Land Company'have;;,cut: drains .laid in gold, silver and' precious atones of ten per cent., you will make enough "
j out' of the transaction
.for dstafled '' Lr I extending from the)!pine lands to the Our lands,covering a wide eaten: money one to #
fafbrmatloBas ;
.: stay ar to;rates, schedule, deeping car.. ou.:... ;. apply M spch pay for a lot of advertising. .
spot of ih.8ovsriasir l3aawa Torlta.CODDect1 ., .', ;\' ; 1 fci canal On these lands sugarcane,to a of country' are varied and capable o f 'We are confident the time has arrived' -

r limited extent, ,has been pJa ted.,- In! growing cereals in almost( unlimited v:halt kIt will pay you handsomely to

'.. L.'J.'SutP1ut.. ;:FloridA, Pao..' Agt.213.West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla conversation' with '}{r. J. P. Paulsen, quantities_ supplying our own and the e use. our advertising columns, liberally;

r., }(.,OULP: , ',w.''A. TUBS, ,c S '. ? tt' Gtm.Paaa Agt.J.. .\ i AW.Gen. Pass..'A, .. :- r Iale.'and: give price. ."All goods x :>
-' S 7SS a. W ngtoa, .,u.a.. )I 'I.1 'lAUaDu.Qa.;; 'asked him" in regard- to the'cane.. lie aation can:compare with I us. 'Piths,I' marked '.in',plain .figures" is, the 'best '
-.} '.\. MUD, ;8 ( '1'1't.t. said : "The cane is doing'exceptionally our borders the te de tropical fruit:, s policy. .

: :well, and Jar better]than). expected and the more: hardy are produced i_I Prepare a price:..list,of everything
.J. you have for 'ale and hate' us printyou '
: | It was late when ;I, planted, the seed, perfection and in immense'quantities,.
? a few hundred copies in attractive 4
.. T- ,:zEiI.Distilled : < beside the,culture has not been as thorough t .In the maanfacturigJWOrld! ", Hope: form. Send them to your correspond ,
. as it should have"been, .tohave ion on the'globe can t keep pace with ents. They'will save you,three times,, 4'M

reached the best res tts. ,Lam\ satisfied a .us. American .tnanul'actnred'aftiets ' their cost: in time and postage alone.
I Orders
Vater.-- -< : Promptly filled.JMiami 1. I win : You peed. not write a long ;letter, just
that.,cane be a great success are sold in, every market of the world. .
a short; note,and .enclose a price list
.' .., :; < ilce) Co.,"S.! ''N. 9 adw./N. { ri .. T here and we shall plait,all the'seed w e \In all! theseindnstriefl. we have. *faithfully and they will make sales for you. -

1'la OT-f-W.t ''', -J i I ,1 i :. ,,-., can' get during the. fall and winter." t'occapieti the ground" until ou r aug27-ttr .. r
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"1p o:! delegates from the different pre- I garden would not be responsible; and '

f The liallli M olis. Cinc s "was restored." the;owner of the animal has no right
ro Among the members of, the Demo- to threaten .to kill another in case.his Bank of ;

\ rat i ; executive committee of Brevard animal should die fromteating plants! : Bay Biscayne
,Entered In the Foitoffice at Miami, Florida
;:t second-class matter are s moot the warmest friends of the or,vegetable treated with Paris green.

'> writ r. We regret to be compelled On the:other hand.it must be understood -
.sOriT&N .
:> THE MOST NEWSPAPER' PUBIJSHKD to di fer, from them in their opinion that itis? a criminal 'act for the I "

THE OK UNITED TH MAIN STATES.LAND OF that fthe primary system is "faulty,," owner, of:any garden, who might have' \ MIAMI,} FLORIDA., I k

:::7 : and we believe there are few if any taxmyere spite against: neighber,'the owner of \I. INCOBPOBATBD, UHDBB THE LAWS. or FLOBIDJL ..
J'nbllihed by the East Coast Publishing Company -
.. ,a Corporation p who will, complain of the slight wandering domestic animals, to ,put' I r s ,

- '. -s *. W. >**-** "exp n8e" of holding primaries. The poison,on his,plants with'',themalicious. !\ V -< Conducts a' General Banking

{' /WALTER, r,S, .GRAHAM, -, 'Editor.' prima y system: ,may snot be without intention! and object that the animalsof WM I.,M.BROWN.PRESIDENT.;' \ Business. I', "D'f' on All v_ ,

Subscription Rates. ts faults,but in our bumble opinion it, such neighbors. will,poisoned. as a '
1 One year... ..;....,...... .........,S00- i3, ar less faulty than the convention : r(5 lt.. Proof of such malicious intent R., R. McCORMICK.Aj:1. Parts of the' World., "Accounts
... ..... '
81i montbl.O..h.: :; 1 TO %
.; felngle cO ie...,............I.......}.. 05 nethou., would convict and result in severe pun- .. VcE-P5Erni Solicited\ and Every Favor Con,

Foreign" subscriptions postage.50 ('entl'1xtra, to com trhe rimary system secures a direct hrnent. CHARLES H. GARTHSIDE. sistent'With. Conservative, Banking ..

1; ehpres ion, of the wilt' of, the peopleIi4a CASHIER.. i E x t en d c d" "
I 4. m t :
The ICetropolU U for .. .at .the Following .
a county convention; the wishes of .. '
r'; A.T.Carter Cocoanut Grove,Fla: thr pe plenay' be entirely ignored by remarks above beading C, :a.a.: FONJE.: : ,.rs, : ,
Anthony Broe.WeetPalm Beach,Fla. \ Our under the: \
;i' coinbi nations and tides done \
';,4\, \ Store.Alfred Miami Kegers. ,'at Wolle's Conte'' Furnishing ache.last county convention, as was in Dade. have called' forth a good deal of .Seaboard. National Bank, "' \ New York.Jacksonville.: .. >

,Be-lcber.ln.ml..la.. *, favorable comment: from of our .
t; ;;t O.M. (;reer.,}haml.Fu.' ,"J If Hie de egatesof a\ countyconven- valued ribersAlt.marry West tiers Co.. Key West,Fla most t8u\g seems, i
l' '. ..I ion con Id be relied) upon to nominate '., iOREIGN.CORRESPd DENT '
have-rubbelt : r. "
\ however, to the fur of I .
s All communications should be addressed<< and he; bes men they could find in' the \
..- all checks drafts money orders and.other remittances \ \ both of our''esteemed West Palm Beachcontl'mporarles , Knauth,. Nachod find Kuhne,* New York I
'), ( : made payable to ranks of their ;party, it would bean > V ,
THE EAST CQAST PUBLISHING CO. 'ht. -lrerafd the wrong way. \ ,, '
rt rig does this it be
;if.c::" ,1 -' ,' Miami. Fla. all Tilth t.but! if the list of nominees may is 'l'heLake;Worth News in its issue of Elegant t Iron Vault and BDrglar-Proof Safe Triple' .Concussion Time Locks -

it i ;MIAMI,, FLORIDA' FRIDAY DEC.., 3,' 1897.N not mad up of men of high character November 2atli{referring to our 'article i-, 1-lyos.. ' of the ,Host ImDroied Hake. '.V V
) article is ,
: a good one,
... .. it's' saja "Thej .
abi that
aim ity, very probable ,
the ,
\erybest the Doctor has written -
t 'FATHER: HTSTIAGTON and his ajoci son eof, he nominees. the convention. io' many, a day1." ':This admission is, \ -
( wilt left, CHASE & HARNEY
atesTare doing a noble work: among the. get all it would be; necessary to quote for tT
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The iiisclosures in regard to the
colored people of Miami lie believes., If the artf.de'\ one, it is
\; a good T 13..
county\ i r ensure tj,in Brevard have put A zm* .
,f their souls are white and worth sating -'"'
good and the two and a half columnsof 'C -
. -- . .... j. .liepeope ,in a teinperl'not J to be juggled explanation INSURANCE.
i1 land criticism which FERTILIZERS.We .
fit ,aitd! the Republicans! and Independents ,
'" BEFORE this. paragraph reaches the follow are superfluous. We give one

{, .' public ',eye, the, steamship. Miami will siltuattOn.will be quick"*. to.take adVantage paragraph,td show the style of.its'critcisnn We represent Thirty-six million are Keeident Agents'for"Swift- -
oft dollars of Fire Insurance, I '
e and
have 'probably, made its trial\trip on ; this ,istnough"to demonstrate Capital, ; .1111; re" and"Ideal"brands of Fertilizer..
The ,last county convention. ,in Dade bava paid over 85,000 fire lossesin;
and II" ,
:a f the blue! waters,of Delaware Bay, 'how little iU l lengthy comments did a gooa thing when it'dirl'ctt'tfthat .. Miami 1897 Will .write In Dads
our "correspondent, who is on the \ tIt-l'ie'rvingof n tJce. Itsajs: Goods. suit.your soiL, .I
ground-<< says that there id a surprise in all nominations' In future' ,should be The HI)<>ttor"V>niH unc-oti'wlou'i'of the fact, or Brevard County. ,. I V A'

_ store for her owner in the way of toads by the primary:method. Once glaring; though i It be to the V public,that in'says \
the;! primary i method i is put, ,in o era- hIlt there Is! wrong-doing g and crime IngMiami. ' '
;,i'i speed. It is predicted'Jhai' the log tioit,\[in our humble opinion it should which he sees! daily he U admitting Miami to bea Don ,t come to us unless yon want? your money, s worth,
; : will, dance to the tuaH>f 17 miles' an ;Its very bad |-.lace.should think so broad .;
hot be"abandoned" until merits : V "
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r hour, instead 0(, 15.is provided in,the and(lara are passed upon, by .the. Democratic '
by even the good citizens.Good
.. contract. '
. i i .. .. i x., ',_ voters at a primary election.i Thai Lord! 'flunk\ of it! The News: [
;''''' which! has been adopted in response, to suggests that, good citizens should .
THE case of the State of ,Florida vs
the will of the Democratic voters at resent the statement that "there is .

: Chas.' O.Blythe was tried at Titusville .,J : d only, ,be"abandoned". when wrong-doing 'and crime, at Miami." H. J. E & Co.SocresMira

last, Friday; and ,a verdict of,' acquittals the sine power expresses a desire to Surely West Palni Beach! ,is not, entire- ger 'V
s rendered. The offense occurred at _
"West Palm Beach over two and'a'hal have it i". "atandoned." Lr'free of':"wrongdoing and crime," i.l V to E.L.BRADY QO. ,

r ago(a change of venue was obtained we. are: to believt' the news And editorial
years : Groceries Grain and Garden Seed
columns of th? Lake Worth News Hay '
-.. .' and the case transferred' to Bre- BEEF THE _CHILDREN; OFF THE In our, article we referred to the :
yard county for:trial it was then continued J
.r ; i! 1 STREETS. l''Sun and'in '
Tropical Incidentally nentirely' .
at four Biiccessive terms of the MIAMI AOENT FQR, JAPElrFElTltI.Z. ,
J ,
that .
Parents should see to it, their respectful manner stati'ngthat. .
attorney '
; circuit'couri. The prosecuting "
x younglcbii ten 'do not make ,a playground ; .the editor of.that journal had once, .V ,We call tbe attention of'the 4>eopl of Bar Biwayne to our ttork of Stapl>l.- .
finally succeeded! in' forcing a trial. aDd Fancy Groreriif Fruit aDd Font Products of all kind' also our Mock.
of our pavedstreets. Usually been, one of the blast''out poken of .'
last.week, with the result as stated., : of Grain. Hay, Bran Cotton Seed Meal Ground Food and \V beat. 'f.
12th steet" between Avenue B and the Florida editors;bul that he had learned We .re the only bonne on''lay Bmcsyne dealloc exclnnlTely in the above
: I . ,.' ,,. .'_, Hth line o((rood, We bur close aud will xell close We invite your correspond-' ,
and the Drive between
'- Bay Bay have much discretion in
p': : ', t" 10- to more:! the cnce and solicit jour'patronage. Very truly V H. J. EGCER & CO. ,
it- \ -:- :MR. FOOLER will'arrive'at Mia'mi !and 12th streets, and particularly the hard school of .experience. This has 11tif.V

), within a very few days )inspect the roadway in the vicinity, of 12th street nettled the Tropical Sun editor and' .I..I.I..I.S..I.S, S. $ "'
.' .- .;'
.: improvements :which, have been'made and the .Bay' :Drive, >are dotted. with he claims he is just' as outspoken, as ;. ;)

" t I: in the city.and out:,in.the1Bay. .since' he groups bf children betweQfl the ages of, ever. He isniistaken; however,he may- ; ,

'was ;here Mast winter. We, have no two and ten(years. day,wefear. not be'aware of 'the fact;'perhaps he "

A' .'donbt ,be will be- pleased',with the appearance due: of t rem jwll be run':over and crip- has' change', unconscidnsly; ,but 'we MI: lA'Ml I IA. "

tof the hotel grounds the new pled' fo lure, perhaps killed. It will stated a:fact., He Is far more discree 1

i'terminal.and,the cotta ges,'and.>,we sincerely be'too late then- Ito[ bitterly ___get.ur than/when, he was'tthe defendant in' a

r* trust that the work of dredging ;negligence. More than one the writer libel suit and when he, was fighting

will, ,be., aV far,advanced as ,he anticipates has" witnessed the great danger these the blind tigers of bade in .189*,when i

-in ;,short, ,that,hewill, .,be more children! are subjected to and' the,dial the parties be was attacking':in a mos -

f .'pleased wilh:7'Miami f" and. have more culty with' which drivers" have avoided creditable, yes, admirable, ,manner, :BUsin s nd R idence Lo

'.confidence. 'in its future. than. ev, r... running! thein do vn.; Whena! team' threatened to;'burn "down'bi'prjnting' I
't".O' ,
\ ,
. comes on a trot the getbewilder office ] 11 '
I .. along ; children'ge at Juno and threatened ,him t

I "*BEAU the article i 'about 'the emiho e' l, and as the driver: attempts with personal vlol nce., ,Perhaps1 thes!! ,
r to turn oujLthey are,taken with an im.pulse''to threats 'and, 'the !libel suit-had nothingto '
Indiana and' winch
their lands
;, appearson \I'"run 'in' .the same 'direction E.;: KINGSLEY I
". page 2. Something ought to 'be do with makinghiin; more' discreet; ; ,
These 'ndt I iule I : ,
are wordEveryone
, we will they had perhapshe '
r done to;protect the, small' remnant. of ; General for Mrs. Julia B. :
would seeing of Agent : Tuttle
3 ;that noble tribe,which was once mater bitterly regret one is simply:=cooling i off with ages o r !
: these irlu bc.en s crushed. -JndtD; n led, arriving at"years'oftlecretion. The ? ___' "
of' this peninsula--6omething
t+ ,,than talk, ,, we mean! ; there has, been an but sytll\ath! \ :will notTmed. broken Sun man does not approve' 6f OUr course Prices From $6,0'tQ $1,000'Per lot According to location
;talk the lew' bones, pr, ure cripple. f .c in gidng'credit' to the News for being ,
abundance of, during past: ..
", 'years. 'We'hear a'good deal ab u'twh&t Keep .t em off hhe# street (la the appropriate outspoken, because"the' :News was so :RAILROAD" FARE- to'Miami river the' }'JaridaEast Coast Railway will be refunded .;

;k, Drl recbt'has',done for them.,but gentlemen 'wo d of warningl and. tie manifestedly unfair in its treatment of' to each purchaser of 'a Io%'provided pnrehaser will\ produce receipt for vocli

f ;n.t of:veracity,'who) are on familiar trust itw. ,11 n t.fal:} ,unhe, de ,. our paragraphs in regard. to politics.in fare,,which receipt trill be.received as cash in part payment for lot.VV4c'.1.17. ,

;' ,> terms with the,red men: ;assert that,the* ,. I>ad He ,says we"are like ,the dog ' :ffC8', :: ,
who licks the hand of:Aim who smite !
i ,Jndians air'retire precipitately to the YOUR HORSE: : BE '
1r heart,of the; Everglades when they r subscriber him." We repe&tsv,admire the outspoken > '
: Weha4 a.'lett r froma va ued H'TE'L.MIAMwl'l

learn"that; :pr.,- ..,' Brecbt', : 'is 'looking. .for . re fdit g;;ln this vicinity, who course ,the N ores has adopted'dv ', < ,_ , I, ._ '
4 tb m.<,v ''desifes.us: 0 giv i epublicity: :to'an: Ipei- in publicity to certain, ou'trage. try-fi; '' -
'- \Thich'b s' occurred 'oil ", ., .. PIa. .
t I dent few days our'coi du : : ..
( ,
or , ; 'wbi a' ago) -
it wbich'h } fn i which oth- .Lake .Worth: We's,i'njerely,trust.that. "
: : ,
the Stale Florida
THE of of
ease ,verusfhe -
it will pueue'that ourse to etod

; t ,:charged, -, ,Treasurer witti' embezzlements.of Brevard County which !!I' r:lle vege 11as'a le b'ffiurred: ay, :garden In er t and d. and that-it,will receive'the f,: :! hearty the, support ':; NEW. YORK BAKERY .

it from in itchosen
'f. deserves \us patrons .
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aroundtV: fence; however + -
was.on.. the :criminal docket, :atTitusville i ; 'is refreshing to'find "' 4 V
field. It
lent a N 12th Street, west ot Passenger Depot. V
uffi ou4 horses.In 'I.
' t : ; f to keep ,
,last week, has been continued,until : In. Florida particularly o-n the
/ .fact, we bel eve! it lS a .8t.I! : ecalJ. paper: : ..Bye,
the '
the spring term,on: ground that
East, Coast,which has)hat admtrabl :,
which''tlie caii
the defendant could not obtain' a fair Jump"ofer f ; Recentlyinsects j quality.. If theXewslyillfully.pr ignorantly a, ,
trial ; lie a'd_ voUred, : agme,: of ,his .
I daring ttie excitement.and indig misconstrueahe meaning 10" Made, '
;1 plants, and\ ioparticularly rder)to protects h.emt r ,
nationwhich he :"alleges prevails in ] :
: our editorial, paragraph: attempt : ,
] hi cucumbers,', he hantsr t light
regard tothe! matter:'in_Brevard county to place us. in 'a false before(its
> 4s sprinkled hrs pi : : with'Paris:! green : Baked daily,,and Delivered Free to any part oftown.
at-present. far"aa '
:we .were'able..to it has in the .
readers in the future,}
as :Bolls Buns Everything' Specialty fresh
there which; his'friend t advised him would be ; CakeePiea. first-class, Of confection
I >observe, was mpre"indignation"after the:niot. ; :eff cti e insecticide: i ,:; : past, we;shall meet. it j>n that issue, and nuts,I have one of the most modern and first-class ovens .Picnic'and excursion'
thetrontinuancewasgranted.thanbefore : '
'can admire in I ,
,i If anything we appears .parties furnished on short notice.
; and one representative citizen ,A' dayor t.wol after"he applied the endeavor ;. V V4 .
shall to Proprietor
s said'in' presence: .,Paris green th* ,bri ''ot'oneofhisneighbors columns_ ; we: ', give ,
our thatif:, some poor : >t,,j tol[the .garden, butfortunately' Its due, credit. Is the J ,uu not aware [ ty Remember I deliver everything(free of charge Remember. the place 12th'Street,lust went
.. ;devil ,had been indicted'at the'ame g that iff::everypaper; ,just ,as in every of paiaeoKfr,deopt., f td.f-mo! ,
t; id"n\q.t eat any .of}his '
:; o rftor.beingtshort"in his accounts : '
\ man,there are usual/some! good qualities : "
cucumbers Dur l'riend'menUon'ed thefact
_ten dollars<< f.instead often thousand, he :' +_s* the' 0,1nej\ of and'some not;good? I Shall we', be ;
in a civi manner to" Fredfc.- S.- More
': 'would, already be on his way. to the pen the"not -
by good
the'horse;saying that:he:had'pui-same so blindly prejudiced ; itentiary.: : Paris' r'b an to fail to recognize"the, JoodP" Or,
.. .'. '. green,pti scieCmbers'andawas iT 'do recognize it,'shall we shut our
.f, we
,afraid that. the.'ors t:might get" posonedr i. REAL :
,THE PRIMAEY SYSTEM. !, V The.fiwner of the aniuiaj# then eyes to it and ignore if? f Is,i it, not! bet ESTATE
*' The'Democratic executive committee told "our ,friend ,L I hats\ it, he killed, hishorse t.er"to :notice-"the goO< than the .. \ ,
; ( !." Sun : dit 'rls'much "
|of Brevard ,county ,,held a meeting, at with poison the'would kill him. "notgood? 'The Miami Dade''' Co. Florida
'' Nov'tmber,23d is more discreet than het was five years ,> .;
There '
Tuesday the .
r Titusville on no question. as to right "
tQ ;and, by a: ,unanimous cote decided toabolish'the in ,tbts'matt rt Any farmer has a per! ago. The next process oft i\evolution fet i '
primary-'system of nomi- feet, right''to\pr ect; )Iii 'vegetable V broadenouL.;; Come1up to a higher' AGENT FORELANDS "Ol= T / .\
l lei kel: brother where the sky.is clearer ,
' ;
l hating candidates' for county oleesxr against :: putting! poisonoo '; .

;anFfar' Representative. ; because' the. the. ,plantsaod! if anyof, ; the,domestic where' ,'you; :can' .see good In.all..; You V. Florida East Qoast Railway (Co., '
; ''primary'system I.is"expensive,cumbersome animals of"-a should get'int' may spurn our invitation, but you will *
':: nigh'' !l[ broaden oat just the same and come uphigher..as ,, for'idaCoast ;tine Canal and Trans. Co.,:
and faulty .Thesystem'of nom a garden and plants :so treated
Y the of discretion roll '
-jI. -
} ; years -ly- ,
; V inatingbyAjcoanty''convention,nude, and die as'a.result, the 'owner of, the. away. !; ? ., ,Boston. and. Florida, Atlantic Coast; Land Co.' :
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; ; 'I The Canning of ,Pineapples as an InI 'fcoANUT, OrE ITEM ,.I, it sterna to me:'ILe st m mentioned. for a 1887 10 YEARS, ESTABLISHED 18'. ? '
y.. I d \ 'i ticket \' z.: $:-J, la far t xj'emalL I should '

-. trY.: Irisist on four i .rover sellin'1 yon say 810 at least, ani foe may put me The Magnolia Grove and-- Nursery Company
'": \':' only; 1)1iIASKELLfb Fancy (grown down for a' ticket fit hat price; !1lincan ;
\ One of our new townsmen, 4. Creamery Butter! It *h the BE T.Mr. 'bo of service iu any manner, command "

i' ,\ Key ;Vest; about 27_ yearej ago !I ind Mr*. Ethel' Fuller, father ; me. ,,\r\|\ l HEL \" MARION COUNTY," FLORIDA, L. .,.,

i\ pineapple, canning industry was. 'on1 trial and, mother of Captain "'Du k." Carney, 'Mr. Flager is surely a prince of the "We have a choice selection of, ,<' *"

.' will) arrive,at:the,, I Grove this,. Friday, :highest order; bjia thoughts and acts all "
\r. \'at that place, gives!us.his opinion from'his : evefaitm. ( eem to be inspired j or the good of humanity Budded Oranges,Lemons and, Grapefruit.Trees ,

; point..trf, view and not as an expert, \.OI1'S ndyIDe! em'be;; 5, Public'. services [1\\i Yours truly. i' .

... why it wasjnot continued.1 .". He' eaysi t in the Union chapel at 11 a. ,in. * I 75,000! Trees. ,m Nursery',Form,, :.
choice Ime leaf and IT p. m., conducted ;b},Itev. James "
: The'crops of pines, TbiS'Jlec'tlon been infested '
; 1f' .. has never with the WHITK FLY" the stock 1a'elean'and y,
All ; and the -T
'" friends,
Were being gathered from'the''J1e h Boltpn. public The healthy"and equal to any in,the State. Great care baa been; exerclied la procuring
;1. .mJ1 generally, are cordially Invited, to attend City Council an/.lelertIiJIt bud wood,that each variety would prove tone to n.me, VARIETIES
,i' ing? Keys. were brought) to the..... r! fx I arty :Stutwon arrived at '..theGrovlla elSt.MttchelBIuoI.Bart'siardirorlalenelaLate.kinrTaoeerhae,andgatsuma i_
house, RbiFh'waa 'a rudely light; member resent : Messrs. Orange, Jocselyn. Walters and Seedless 1'otnelo. Villa Franra, Lisbon and earner

1' shed. The plant for panting! nEi WfdnegdHy, fob the winter Morse, McDonald, pudge, Cosgrove, "Sicily"Lemon. Can also fnruixh prices on full,line"of. Deciduous' stock Tress 'delivered '
''it season. Mr. union is looking in thebestffhialth and Graham. \ at all pol!au on the East Coast.', ,' -- fig
-eeveral .ordio kry wood, turning '
cheap i !
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.\-.'. lathes, with wooden wears.' :The ends of KeVpJ A. .Irow and grill hpld\ service i7.t't1.to purchase 1,000 feet of fire hose t'will give my personal asstetance.If i'egafredrn superintending the nCiJ1l-ou&Of j
'' ,the pines,being removed they, were centered 00 punday,'December 5, at Cutler ahd two hose carriages at once. The stock sold from our nursery.\ ; H '*' : = : :,. ".
i t\; in the lathe and the outside rough skin in the morniisrj\ iiid .'!at CocoanutGrov4 'committee for.rejbcption of the steamship We invite*H to Inspect lOur stock" and ret prices! before, purchasing. Uewhere.. Catalogue '- '

.'r:., urneddffwithanorninaiyjwoaittu'uiog ..iu the evening:,. Jn the M.'K. Miami and hospital fund was ordered 'after- October\ ', 15thV ADUUESS' '. 1
chapel. ''rhee are1\his last services<< bvifore increased from fi teen to twent .- F. D.. ,WAITE -
:,j. tool., They" 'Were'tbeb'alic. I": 'd in a ;,sheer. be iieaves for1\\ his annual conference { one. The names iftlui committee will> \ -. if sHOW

,t .similar to'a .housel potato slicer, the kndtall appointments by him are be :Announced in pur ntxt issue.' octt mo-ho. ' 'I': \ Manager.: I
,i'- slices.placed 'in cans] ',with''syrup, tope ,Buspendeu The until terianl further notice., has\\ 'The matterof: [ illuminating the I't' 4 x e

L soldered'''on; then placed" in a "steam located Presbj Its services, congregation by streets WAS discussed and referred to TO PLAY LIFE'S GAME.' \ Maste '. SaI .
:' -'fight square' wooden\ ctiest' on :racks 'accept inprpu"' generous olfer of the use1 I,, : the committee on streets and improve- v 1 I), \ tnderaoo: bY'virtue( of a decree! of foreclosure

I\, When sufficiently cooked}by the .heal of the! Method, ist Episeopai i house\of nents. It was the senraof' the council '.A man: may growl, i, i'Anil ind gale made and entered in the Circuit Court n
i that the cjty would oflfenthe
;, followingndueements a.man bow,' 1 Vi the Seventh Judicial
: of the eteam'the pinhole m the top,was worship.JDr.: \ :Fari conducted the services mad of Circuit ot Florida in and ;#
tliereL for the first time, last'Sat) to "any responsible elecrlo i And say that;Fat 's to b'ame.\. ]\ '\, fur Dade County,on the'IA day of December. "A.,
I closed by a trop'of:solder!\.from a ,hot bath morn and evening, with good f. light compan whichnvould pstab- But that isn't the way D. lID7, In 'a certain'cause therein pending, t

'fi soldering: iron. When (labeled, they were congregation. There will be Presbyterian I city a suitable pi ant at Miami : The Tq .succeisfully play. 'r j \: I- herein.Koswell .Iw Brown Is; complainant and ,- .,,

.' boxed and Bent,to the dock for shipment 'services'there Gh the second and will patronize the> C ncerntothe Life's stubborn little game.; r' \ George A.Oale et aL are defendants,'the nnder: '

b northbyEtesmer. Tbesafinefrnitwereex- fourth Sabbaths oC each month at 10.80 exte freedom tofIOOOye:1r and would grant The man .who knowsflow 'I; \ \ sIgned,as 81'ecJaUIaJte in Chancery will offer-
\ from municipal axation fort
./m. nd|I0.30\ p. m.,\standard time. tot!vale and sell,in front of the court house door
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j .;. 'cellent in;flavor,but not entirely ripe;as is COmmo io Sabbath morning, December n' year ;Mr. Budge, agreed to can- _not. to expose, I' \ : ... In Juno,Dade County;Florida,on ,

t!' ythe California fruits for instance' which 26, wlt\h'\ preparatory !service the vass the,city and sep ,what private patronage < The poor little cardsthat: 'be' grips' Monday the 3rd Day of January. .A. D. 1898..I ;
could be and Who doesn't squeal i ,, j L
i x is the finest in the world:, I believe this day ,before (Christmas; _. day, at 3. p. m. pond with the president secured( of the to,electric,corres- 'Over every deal- . \' the sauievbeinx" the first Monday in the month ,
-: during the legal hours of sale,to the highest and '
: ,l industry was'not a continued success. t light company at Titusville on the sub- Is the[fellow that lets the,chips. ,

1.. Suppose_tha \ia !e8d .of':halo'(\ iva r JJNTPN LOGIC ect. \ l I t -[Exchange.wpru '\ beat real estate bidder! tot for cash, ,;"tne\foUowlng'deKr. "-, bed' :, ,"' .

\ boxes'and'tin which be \ 'Council then adjourned until Thursday "
cans, carried '' All those lots tracts or parcels of land,lying y

'.t,> "*. there' : from,::the North Warners: 'C, W/M Cord and, wife t 'now of ., the 16th iust. L', AND RELIGlQtJS 'OTF. and, JMing'situate in Dade\County,, Florida, ,
des Miami, ftpent Thanksgiving here, the known and deserbedasLotst numbers ase(5sls,

: :'' taking\up much cargo room' ,the had guests oi M W. ,Blackmer. \ The_Launch\I Collision.rs.S. (6), seven-(7), eight(8>,"nine(9)\ten (10),eleven s

:! \; been made on the ground,with cheap labor "'",Tomatoes and eggplants were IOOK- t iVdill EDITED!: BT X. V. BLACKUAX.: (11), twelve(12),thirteen (13). fonrteen\,(11)4 tit

',4 \\ and cheap Hoel for'wrking': the', boxmaking lug rather dilapidated after;the Se\ere M. Wiggmton'! i suffering Pastor of,Methodist Episcopal:Chttrcb,|MtamLi teen (J5Y;sixteen (17),'seventeen (tit),and eighteen -
from the! shock're
\ *, machinery and": also: the 'cans, blow, but are straightening" up somewhat everenervou i I lS)}(being lots five (5)to eighteen (18) inclu- "
;". 'rt P,I' ceived,from the painful cut: mused by services'' church sive)of Gate's plat of Lake Worth,recorded in -
which \were this casemade in the Regular at the M.?E.
(; :
1, ; ,Mr. Stepbelns has packed up and left t14' bomn'or the sailing' vessel.which
flat Book:A, at,Page.9 of Da County Land
t "J considerable into the launch Daimler on the next, Sunday morning and evening1. '
r North, \Costing( in bulky tot sotnel pofftt farther south, Cutler erashpd Becords. : H. B. SAUNDS; S.
bteamer @xpensiYeI believe being. the objective' point, we under bay "Thanksgiving night. Something ** PBESnTTRa4N' E8. : 6'
q .freight on ;'more : 8.nVI : Special Master in Chancery.Solicitors .,
stand. i sf:, :car *" *, -..* *' certain1)'should, be done to t earn the l -
because thelioht weight} 'RoB8L'rS"Guu.U, "
\ :, of ; + Sappose \ Presbyterian services next ,Sabb th'
.. Jo Gun ll,who bas,exent the summer men of the ta.iling'ves..cel: a lesson, N '. '
>: they had I,,been made from cheap io {Washington,.has ?:returned to Lin- also toward pre; at, the pavilion, at 11 o'clock'a. rm and ) for Complainant 3dec-31 dec' x

I :American tin plate, with'.tha :most' improved ton, where, shivering,and s ki,1'g.are! venting- in" future an' accideht of the 7' 'clock.p.:, :m., by Rev. VK. W.:Paris, .. "
) '' D. Four' benches have-been *
lSam'etharn ler.* We new Notice *
'' } il understand that of Sale.
made the \
\t' tin can machinery; OQ. : F'Will
dtin: and still the .eapaci"tib
tl'nton the 1>oat: which collided with the Daim- > seating '
: 'S ngcame ,up to to Notice jJ'hereby under and
given that rlr-
.1 i by
ground; with tbe'packing'boxeensing" '' for
'' had ,no.'light This is' inadequate .the'evening Congregations. '
eat turke- and,,greet ,old> friends. He er exposed. tutor decree
a of foreclosure and Tale Issued out' (
1 ** .the ,,same: cheap- wood, fuel that strictly i in violation of the :'\.4(
,. wears the\ ame, |smile :he usedto when government of the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Cirui -
ti'({ .the* box; saw :mill:: used ,and the Be was onl'v a truck farmer., regulations, and;if true,' the parties' :<)CATHOLIC; SERVICES. ; of,Florida in':and for Dade County on the. \

Mme', engine' to ;work its machines, ,A ,book j agent, baa,, been canvassing" can"' be summarily)dealt. with- and a Catholic' chnrch, December 6,SecondSunday second day of December, 18<*7,In j certain cause ,

1 t how j:very'much lower the cans of pineapplee'couldhave here for',a few, days;,when The; asked arge// fine imposed for' such carelessness , of Advent :=:: Holy Mass at 9 therein pending wherein' 1rs.B. B.Wilson et aLl '

] been' : !'!;,ducet'' 'Tis how .many inhabitants.there,were, be : Small ves flg.under.20 tons' are o'clock ',a,::nl.;Sunday-',ischov)? at 3.30;' ; are (cvmpUlnants" and It.J.-Chilllngworth;.. '\
California"eahDere was told to inquire at;Miami." required. to hare lantern,with:a combination Rosaryand[ .Benediction of the Blessed ex offlcio admlnlittator of the estate,of Edward
saint that the( have no :Thanksgiving\ passed off veryquiet: night, half green and half red, '
Wednesday 8. Mion;
Sacrament 7 o'clock p. m. : deceased.Is respondent,shafl on the
labor' .on tin cans 'and: boxes,"except' nailIng ly,'the young people having concludedto ( on board; for exhibition on:dark'nightsespecially is the Feast ot* the' Immaculate 3d Diy of .January.. A.D,1898,'

? the packing"boxes together; ,all 'is postpone tie usual feminities! tillChrlstmas'l going,before the wind, as'a Conception "of the Blessed V Virgin; between the hours of 1I o'clock In' the forenoon;

done by: machinery Then, again. ,inthie'oase and make, a job lot of it. 'u warning to other vessels'' and it should MaryAftir,next,Monday there will, and t o'clock: in 'the siterhoon. ,the sane being ; '
The old ca vas:hotel,"- on,Atlantic, also'1be I displayed on any other necessary 'service until'December 23. sale the "'
.. the high. No be no, : be legal Hours of sale,offer for before ,
freight was com- aveuuefam occasion such for instance -
rly' occupiedby, Mrs u a hohdar
,' door'of' tbe Court house of Dade County,-Flor.da s
jx>tiog ,railroad freight.. to market the Givens,' U being' .torn down and wilj likeThanksgiyhig day, or when 4. EPISCOfAI, SERVICES., : ) t r ,to the highest and,best bidder,for cash, the, .v

,.. ,cases of.'fruin when; packed, ails ilz; she probably go the way of,all the,earth- any event is 'oocurringJaml ,the bayis ., .ACTrinitycburchcornerofdvende> following described real estate,t -wtt;" ..

t' oese'ot 'California canned ,fruit, ,which, to Miami.N.ts. } i. t full of.boats.. In fact,a;lantern is necessary B and 10th street, therewill be on Sunday Lot I one Iii, three 13],five [5], and eight f8J.
; oyutonofMichigan ;, night,' whether (dark, ,
: .
Major ; ; any .pr ,. December 6, Celebration of thHoly according to the plat recorded in Flat-Book."A" 4
bare,four lines ,ofrailreads: x> carry the paid a'. iflyit: isit.to )Boynton last tight, on iScafnt'nayiwhereth: ? 1:1 '
f Eucharist at;7:3tta. m.i Sunday age'M..the same. being one of the public-ree-
products,to eastern and central markets. week, Utokiqg after his interest' r so ranch travel.' The pjroper' authori- School a1i'1J"o'doclq'( Holy,Eucharist ords of Dade County,Florida( and the said Jandbelug

:Suppose in,'placea like'Eden, ,Jensen or He will, returul' in\January:.to spend ties should' see to it that:the law on this aud'Sermon at 11 o'clock; Catechism at ; a part of. Lots one [1JV two [2),'and thiee31 -

;;Miami'the centers of, the pineapple culture some time, J\avi\ c'gleased'tbeJJouseof" : subject it is fully enforced accident, ass ranch violationof 2:ro'o: 'd.'I V.Litany! and :Sermon,,atT:45oVlock. { ,of Section ten'[10]'in Township Forty-four

Refugee; \ J ,.i t may"'resultJu more .' -* tail,south of Mange..Forty-three [43]' East,in
of Florida, sach;a box mill, and tin The parents ar dl,friends were invitedto 'disastrous!.than the,last'ne proved.TheOdd . rv '
: ,:At St.; Agnes.. Avenue F and 'lit >ade County, ,Florida. ,,
can factory were, loCi-ted. How many visit the school';Friday;:afternoon, t '
be December
street there"wiJt : on Sunday, -
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ripe luscious"pioea could be'preeerveJjia. and' were ,greatly\ pleased wJth the I.:o.,6p] '.,5 :.'Celebration of the,, Holy\ f 'f ,. Special' Master.' '

.A 'Florida syrup[perhaps, ,and, ;utilize'\BOt ''work. 'Thertwerertadi,by4the[ [\ ." gs,Mr.and Uobbs dec fellows.will meetneatMonday Eucharist and Sermon at 0 200, o'clock' ;' ,C. C..CnniJsooBtH, ,.'

much.:wasted, unmarketable, ripe fruit; also recited a.po; < mTherewerequitea \ nit lt"I at-7 o'clock; standard tjme: Evening Prayer: and sermon. at 7.0C Complainant's Solicitor. ;

'ft,, giving a better Banned'pineapple.' .. For.itt number of pestgnsjiu cards, made of- to Knights of Pythias hall for the pur- o'clock.;, :

ia reasonable toiattpposa\ that if the ripeapricots colored, paper h'were quite artistic poseofirt'Ceivlngnll applications for At Cocoanut Grove; kt,' St. Lawrence :Notice of Sale._ 4r;
showing that the\] teacher,was quite membership for, tlje new lodge which Mission Room, there :will 'be'on Sun-' : '
California are given that under and ,vlr-
: of superior to' Notice }s hereby by >
ripe interested in ;his iwork.t,'. i . will shortly be ''iustitute"here' This day,December 5, Evening'Prayer and tuned,
unripe fruit, so sbould it be, with, Mr. J. W. French hasbeenappointed, is the last opportunity' to;:get-inasa' sermon : t"JI: J30 for,whites. Morning ,tore: of a decree of foreclosure they and Seveutrt sale ,
;being best in.mellowness* and '"' Prayer Sermon at-10.80 o'ploekfor I out of the CirculI'Court of Jadi-
1 pineapples ; : postmaster, and will erect building: charter member as thepetition''fordispensation ] "" 'vial Circuit of l1 da.l and for Dad*county
I the flavor which:onlyf belongs to matured ',east'of.! the"'railroadand'remove the ; will be ,forwarded to the : the(';colored pe pJe. : "r' ; the second day of December, A.D. 197. In

'\'fruit. :I'think At such; central localities office,;from Mr. S erligg's store;where grand; lodge"at once;' All applicants .At Buena Vi"ta, at'the'residenee. of: 'on certain Came,therein pending wherein A. F. Fkalmbyls'complilnantaadLl.Chllltngworth
:; it is nOw'.Jdc4tt'd!, as'sobn'as his commission : 1 for; initiation. must come1.prepared to Mr. Fickle ere: will be/on Sunday p :

as I hate mentioned, theoo of canning, arrivt s. We, learn that there 1 make a"deposit.the'"meeting last December *;! .veningPmyerand'Ser-; : as mClo administrator 01 the estate 'oi Ed,

unmarketable ripe. pineapples 'could.lJ were several bth rs ,who '-could \'hale; I week several card_ were:received d.and 'a mon at 3 o'clock'; > ... ward tex 8/20x00:deceased,et at are rcspoodenta .

: minimized;. giving the; country 'much been induced I(to: accept the' position' list:,of supplies, _were ordered _At Lemon City, Bev.'FatherE'llunthngton,0. 1,shall'on the third day'ot January,"&. D. ISM; <

,better gride ot 'canned goods than heretofore . and, would suggest that it be put: on i .. ,', . .' II. C., bas rented the:,pub-, between'the hour of eleven'o'clock in .
'. shedfactory and :the' automatic wheels and pasaed'round, like a noun-, 'f lie .School ',building for servici-*.1 lie forenoon_and' two o'clock'in' the ; !
; ; the ; Notice.I !? .rlr
; week in a place.: : thev
try'schoolnrua'm there Sunday1
. .. preach ,on evening, thei am& being thelegl hoora of sale,
;improved,:machinery for, dealing : ,The ladies of the Baptist church ,of December 5, at 7.30 o'clock.* 'I\: for :sale before the door of the Court .

..with)the planet at the factory;:,ortthe automatio The Hospital Fund.c *'. Lemon'city will! hold,a Bazaaron' the Dade county, Florida to the highest and beat' :

_machinery: for both cans and'boxes. otthia evenings of,the 8tli and 9th of Decem Master's'Sale. .t bidder for cash,the following described :t & -: .
4 As evidence4r how the people ;: Sale will Consist
Then skilled hands could be jeducated ber. The pf fancy'srtkes Ctate,uvwltAU of lot four{J)and the/welt t
: section, feel in regard to;the program, !._for ) suitable for.Christmas, presents, Under acid by virtue of a decree'of foreclosure' half of the'south-east qqarter Of section thirty:: ;,
from the' surrounding' work, .people ae'it according the Steamship'Miami! i ;,a\.fitting' ch.oicecandies, exquisit.flowers! a lem-, and sale ma4e and entered Itvthe CIrcUit' Court three C3: ,)jn: township forty.tw (42) '*- nth'o '
in .., stand and refreshments. Excel- : of the Seventh JudlcUl Circuit of Florida in .
WM Kt7.West. ', ; onade and '
'at this range:forty-three (1-11. eait, eiceprtn acres
on ,
11 '. -. \ folloiiin we lent music'will be rendered':; or. the occasion for Dade County,on the 3d day of DeeemWr A! old by Edward 8. NHon to Thorjaa M.. Taylor
present the letter from a prominent ;, The bazaar will be" held,at D.1'5'f..Inra'certalncaase, therein pending; tho. ""
Bay Fronts'at Coeoannt" "Grove gentleman twit resides (CocoanutGrove Pierce's store near the'depot.: A cor-. Roswett LBrown'ls''eomplainant aDd Edwin described Lake as follows on the : UUa1 Bounded the laud of Josiah by ,
worth; I
Will soon; be all gone. We j have 'a ,. We thin iii t idea as'to price:of dial invitation is' extended to" all.Nice K. Bradley:et'al,'are,defendants the under Sherman oaths west Tit'*aaw-graM lake and '. ,
tract of 21 acres hirt. Price f4,OOO.: Or -: / ,as" Master,in Chancery',will offer ;
signed special ,
tickets ;such, : -4' *, S- the north land of Jhe laid E. 3 Nh- ,
J'tohtph for a figure on: by the ; ,
ire will cut it in half so as to.make two: < : for:sale before the court house door at Juno,, .
IdU of ten and dl -balf 'acres each and ;might prevent,,amcy worthy ,and charitably , Six Acre'Lot Dade County; FlorldaTon' t )' I on, the deed for'tald eed acre Dade* being recorded. rct

'.will sell'either. lot ,forTi,500.j; Cash inclined people from. purchasing Fronting on county road'and running Monday;.1838; .in freed' Book"11;*ii!page o7 2J''). interest county in Koordt the-
but if desired half cash and east toward the hay. Only half;a mile la the month ;and except pne-halJ J
preferred, at $3., The great ,majQtiLy'wll.. bs the same_being'the lif Monday ,
/Joandcd on
ten acres:
remainder in one year at 8 per cent tow north of.the city. Splendid for a poultry during the legal hours of sale,to the highest and following
right party." Thus property fs' BayFront 1 able at least to buy one: ticket;; and thoselike vegetable farm. 'Y oul can makea best bid er'"' for,' cash, .;] the following described east: by Lake Worth,on the south by the township -

,and lies between ,the places of our esteemed friend \jut"tbeGrove, living on this lot. Price \s''' .
A; R. Simmons and A.A. .nog $. Better who can afford ,to spend aa much as $10 (rash;:but:"half"cash' will, be\; accepted wit:'AH.that lot, tract 'or' parcel oi land,: lying the north,by the land of Thomas U.Taylor. ;

secure ft'bay front while yon can tickets from"'"" arty who, :will, improve. ,Jfo and bfIng..I uate' in ,Dade County Florida, acres oifthe.lOutb'end'of lot t and
\iThey, will all be'gone a year hence.., or.more!.can take enough ,to makeup trouble to show it.'BOBBINS. known and described as foUowsf'. beIDIti'\ 'of the,s.E.,M of see:33,TV42 3.B,, '

1-2n vtf.Ro. n 8;& QBA&AIC _any sum they j !blaaee. ,4 A: GBIIIAU, The north half of the south half of Lot four(4) of said land' Ibeinfln' Dade eoonty' ,

CocoAxtrc GBovb Ft .,Nov..12tn'1897. Xovl2-tf.' -, Miami*. Fla. of Section Thirty-tow 134),Township rty-four< ., ., '. .
,... "- .Wanted. \I ; My dear Graham-Since: 'yon.mentioned >11'- (44),South Of Range forty- bree(43)East containing -' 0'-1-1 .
r Boarders at Mrs.: 'R. W. Beyer's,: the matter Of honoring the Steam- :;T;'X. Gantier,;II. 'J.. Egger d. Co.; ,eleven(U.;acres,more. or kss. I k .i _, Special' Maater.
CJ C mvOma t
15th door ship Miami with the gathering together and J.E.' .Lamm us, sell' JIASKELI/S )B.B.SAUYDW.\\ Ca.ILLL "
side of street second .
fcoutb ,\ Solicitor.., Dee-3lDecv;:
east-f Avenue O. \iBates'reasonable of the people of this section at a ball.and Fancy ,Crown ,Creamery Butter. Be "*. SpecM Master,In ChaneetyV'EosetxsaGRAIA1I ,
Banquet,and the 1mOD\Y .raised:at the particular to get this brand. ;jilt' is the ,., / I c T

i K ddyertiae bi the Miami 3iilio'-oLls' same to be'devoted to building a hospital, BEST; : that comes to this market., :tf :: m Solicitors for eomi j.>i IDaI t.,. '3dec-31deo. 61pscribeforthellian ilrrKOPOWa. r .
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6 .. : THE MIAMI METBOPOLIS, DEC.". i; 1897. 1. { J

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.fi r ATloizRYLet your ,cotreepondence I. A I >- : '


not possible with poor Stationery.That 1-- '
i executed at the METROPOLIS officeis RegrettedSby 9om -Mea Whoae Para| ,Million, of Pere. of Chinese M oner ;" 'r
OJ K. and': up-to-date. eat. Once f.ed It. 'WoBhcd Out br, Halm. CITY OFFICERS;

Vista I. : i "It takes aK kind of people"saic-the j I| A large find;oi old coins, which have MATOB-JohnB., Beflly.ALDKBUEN .. : , ; -

: i r' AI/Tempting Offer.' oldest man:of the company of Old Boys, l ain hidden underground for over 1,550 -Jos,A. McDonald, I1 D. -

who ,were ;,having ,a reunion reportsthe y ears-since; .the time;of he' three king- F. 8. horse, W. M. Brown,E. L.'Brady, -,
We offer1 'iota 1. 2 and 4 of Block E ams--was -ficciden brought FrankTY Budge.>. CosgroTe Walter B.Graham .
Chicago Times-Herald, "to.ma e a >tully >! to r'
: Miami. |They are situated on the south world ." light'last May in the Chushan -' ','
Cott -I am glad I aia't one of of'em! district
agTwo side of the river.' These Iota comprise a '' CITY Cuts*-John Graham., '
is\'it\ 'imrth\W'.St'Uupe'h., durhjg '
'tract.of land having a frontage of 114 feet "What | now? asked the next ft: ,heavy llABSHAii-r Young F. !
1. facing the, 'river; also 100 feet fronton oldest with! 'a quaver in his voice. do\vDlpoui of rain, says a Shanghaicoo- CITT. uRvnoB-A. L.Knowlton.

1- miles north of "Miami, I Avenue D,'and 260 feet on '18th street. I! "Charity--not the! kind that vaunteth eropcTary. May 4 a considerable* tract PRESIDENT. OF Cocucrir Hon. F. S. .

close to the |r Railroad,Depot We bought these lots cheap last May and not itself, but the other'sort., It wentto o f land washed-of! from"a hill,and the Morse., '" *8< '

;' &" minutes 'fn m 4. the offer the three for$1,850. Will be pleasedto ', visit a poor woman and oU1dri't bestow , landslip ,exposed the hidden treasure STANDING COMMITTEES

bay. \+ i show them at any time. an" aim because, forsooth she took The: villagers in the :neighborhood Off FInN-Browo, Badge and Mo _
New': Building. ,,larqeVairy''" 2-18-tf BOBBINS &; GRAHAM. snuff! Why,I would have plunked down Hacked to th'e.spof'tri' he3p,themselves Donald. ..' '" SOx /
t >: "Bedrooms. j t it, and the of RULES ORJJWAJICES=Graham
3 las{ quarter to have her o news the strange dis- AND ,
{ my ; bought
Hunting, Fishing, Boat- ,By] outside :wholesale firms ,your emery was at once telegraphed his McDonald and Brown.
me ex-
standing is often calculated the snuff. It,,took right back to the time ,
ing" \ by appearance ellency Chang Chintun who' 'ordered On STEWS AND IMPBoTZ: UTS-Me
when I used to \take dozen eggs "
at, r'renchCeine. ,' ,of the Stationery that ,you eight the local Donald. Cosgrove And Budget
t : I use. +That turned out at the 'M TBop to go to the village general store to exchange ftiCeTtJ'.to gather' the coins ON 8.urrTATIOli-Budge, ,Brady and

Cias..Courly'Prop.) OLIS pfflce'ia of a ,quality you may be them for"snuff to fill my mother** with all. dispatch. C oegrove.: '* ." ,
1" '"S-Utlls. "' ,1 proud oe.r'[ tf snuff-box and buy a paper of pins."* It Is said that the quantity gathered TONWATEB ASD Flu FBOTKCTION3o8grove : -

1 "Where'might that! have been pard- represents as many as 1,7,009.000 strings, McDonald and Brown. ,' .

ier?" ,asked ,the!'old boy with an,ear- and the- coins are unmuilj large resemblicg - O \ ,POLICE AKO CHABima y,, I;'
',' in elae'thoseof thellaieJlfung, and Graham. .
qo '
l grove
rum pet 11"That ,
a f : ' .reign: (about 45 years+;ag )'of the present : '
\ was fn JIuron county, 0., in :
I' the year 'dynasty* The viceroy is sending POSTMABTEB AT[1lt.unJs.&mer.. :
M.t" I A 1836, or.thereabouts.i And'I : ,
| Oo string to Peking under charge of a' Pttroa : I :
: anL remember, y hen I ever failed to ;; '
1. : gel'my mother.hgr.au8""Eyther Uotai for' the perusal of';thelenaperor. STATEOFFICER,! f '-, :
: The coins bear on oneside the characters -
I eggs was mighty cheap then (Offices a&TalUnatneey'Fla.) :-
+ .. ; : BUSINESS and RESIDENCE or snuff was dear'. Why, you could get of the reign of themcnarch, and on 'GoviBHOB-Wm. D. Bioihsra., ','
) i a' hundred papers of pins with eight he other (;Szech Jeon) they,:seat of the SECBZTABT, STATE L., Craw- .
government that issued. thenut ford. tno.
dozen eggs todayjI'm not up to snuff, CAMPTBoLLIB-Wm' t 4y-

rat - / but if an j'body wants to tickle theirnose 9palah Railroad Trmlna.. TBEASUBEB-J. B: 1t6old. "
I" ,
\ 1LOT5L with the compound they have my Spanish trains so seldom; leave sta- ArroBXEY-GiarEBjcb! Wm. B.'Lamar.' a..

permission," remarked, another "boy"of ions]''on time that the' time tables in StrpzBijrTENDEST/oT PUBLIC IHSTBUOno3c. .. ,

.. r. ', fourscore. :" many caseS merely indicate the hour of .-Wm. ,Y. Shfeats.CoincississioxEB ., :-5 'J'
Now For Sale_ : "The old folk of to-day are missing departure eight and "minutes" or Aoiucux.Tru=L.' ,
t-it say B.,Wombwell. /, '
gives to the
1 employment
; that is, an indefinite number of min
r I thoughts," raid the firrt speaker, ,and utes after eight. ADml' lIT. sNEBA1-Patrickonatgn.: t:

Prices Frdm$100t/l000(/ Per Lot aged a reminiscent group. silence settled upon the SUPREME'COURT JUDGES .

(l' Order tor P Publication. B. F.,Tailor, Chief Justice .t
? DIVORCES IN ENGLAND. F. B.Carter, Associate Justice -*-_ ."
... IN CIRCUIT COUKT,.or SxvnrrH JCDI- "
--, Tin M.lI/Habry. Associate Justice.,.. t
t to'liocation. According to 8tat&taUe.'Ma. I* Generally CU .CUICUIT op FLORIDA,ix AM: > FOB (Communications\ ,any of the State :
: .I According "'the Aggrieved Party. ; DADE' COVJTTT-Ix CHAXCIBT. Officials or Supreme Court Judges! should, :

t ,. ,f I !Publication of the divorce court statistics I Albert Qul'mby '-t. be addressed to Tallahassee, Florida. ,7B.S. T" j 3
) ,1"IllIam' ,
a \ .' : i: of England reveals) o'u anomaly '\ 8. Unton VII. Ida M..Llnton Foreclosure olortgae. f ''#
and ,
''I' ; + } .SENATORS ,:
.) ,Railroad fare' to Miami over the Florida'East Coast Railway will be refunded[ to of. interest to, those familiar with divorce '. ; his wife, and Henry ) ,, FROM FLORIDA
Miller, Hon. Samuel Pasco, Monticello Fla. ;-
proemlings In this Tlieto e& aL ,
each purchaser of a lot! provided purchaser.will pmdaoe'receipt for such fare,which. country. Hon. ',
receipt will be received; ;as cash in part payment for.lot ; : t surpnslngfet tor surprising FtomplalnantIn the above entitled ,and U !
: ind..I'd;|tUlat were not thefigures ca 'Ie .
1 .. 1. Call on JOHN, B.. REILtY 'Agent* absolutely) beyond reproach,the apPearing from,the afQdayit of said complam- UNITED-l STATES-CONGRESSMEN. ... '
but .;
Uut,, the ,
defendants William S. Unton.And
: : ;' I .Fort;:Dallas Uanii Company, Miarpii idjtanced' woman would probably loud Ida iL Union,his wife, Henrjf Miller andWrs, }' 1 tS'1' Diarsicr, Embracing.the'East '
; : ly'protest against their; fidelity-is tfiat Coast Hon. R. W. Paris ,
\ Henry Miller his wife,'0. )[. Head, R. Falatka. .
; -
: Or J. :E. HAM Vice-Pres.'t yC.Tasker
the aggrieved in tbetee '
j; i part matrimonial and Sarah Tasker,his wife. Pe /.naggs Sscoxn'Dlrralcr--Hon.' 8..M. Spark- .. j

); i Fort :Dallas' ;Land Co. St. Augustine. suits prove'Sj on about three occasions and Mrs. Perry Knaggs, his wife, R./O,Crump man, Tampa. ,..
: to-uia. .
out of five'to ,
; have been the hus and ][n. It. O.Crump, hH! wife Emil Anhard RAILROAD
hand. Only 220 wives found occasion to and Mrs Emil Archardhls wife,(Varies E. Liu- COMMISSIONEOS.
petition the court for release+) from the too and Mrs. Charles E. IJnt n, Lj' wife,N.IJ.: .R. H. )(. Davidson, Quincy, Fla Ch'n :
r bonds of matrimony the Boyntoh1 and Mrs. N. S. Boynton hh'wife,and H.'E. Day Gainfiville. r4
same application ,
Little Brosi Fertilizer Co "J. M. Bryan, Kiseimmee. ,. '
{] Phosphate hatingbeen made'by husbands*. D. R.Nichols,are non-resldtWs! of the State of ,'
'John Ii.Neeley, Jr.;Clerk, Arcadia. .
The occupations .ofjtthoae' ,who passed Florida,but are'mldenb of/he United States, ,. -
Headquarters and offices
of the
the and that Mrs.V..A.Chard.&ate of w.A"Cho ,
FLORIDA through' divorce court seem also has been! ;absent.Iron*,th/state of FlorkU for at Tallahassee. S
worthy of ndte. Clerks, curiously 'I .. 5
+ jj
( than- sixty' days nail preceding the application
enough, head the list of suitors UNITED' STATESCOMMISSIONERS' ;
ID thesecauses
y for this order is
: ,
d, \ though builders and of/publication/ but a resIdent ,John B.'Beilly.and Wesley H.Feather-:
% : carpenters of the State 0 Florida,and that there h :
4 Manufacturers ifullGr rl bracketed as equal run'a>very good Second no perSon In the! State of Florida the service of ly,,Miami." ; ., ,.'
'' k rt Theme were 3 of the clerks on subpoena upon, hiHii noiikl< bind-such defend ---'-- .', < .....

the, cause lit during; the. year in question antSiOT either' of tnem,and that sakl defendant SENATOR FROM I3TH DISTRICT \
t t and 30 each of he'two latter calls are each over t/'entY-4.1I.yean of geitis ] (Embracing retard and Dade Counties. )
7"'" f i I .- ,Hon. E.: N.,Dimick.. Palm Beach.
I :
ings. Painttera and 'merchant therefor* ordered,That the /said defend-
: seamenaitl ,
I: Tomato, Growers should. ,use' the Best FJliluer" because 'the best ::1 officers follow ( 21.01 ants do appear to answer the Bill COmplaint -,
extvrith DADE
t' t \: J.t i the cheapest ,: diers and naval seamen, with 18 farmersi lathe shoe entitled cause upon the first Monda! Dr. 'REPRESENTATIVE
l. ; R. B. Potter, of Palm Beach.,
.... with 16 In January,A.D. 1898,the same being the.3d day West
Bro No '1 and Bros TomatoSpeciaLare ; coachmen, 'ea1:men and of said joouth, ,at the oNce of the Clerk of salt
L.. 'f' ,Little Vegetable1\ . Little: [ ; carters wIth' 15, and commercial traveler Court,tii Juno,Dade County Florida. COUNTY OFFICERS..

:1. : the" Best -Brands; :, 9nth *' with 12. The pnxfesS'kns"It'ia) a And/It Is further ordered.That'order o:t i Connty Judge-Allen E. Heyser.'Juno.' '

: r -t , LlA '.' : rather surprising!, to;find, came far.behind publication 'be published in the ")lI 1I1:MTRirous L County Attorney-B. B.Taylor,Miami.
fi t ; 'I: 'I -market ,for torima oes.:; I L the trade' There are only ,'teu ,"';a' newspaper published In Miami Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder.of

}t- t .. ' < i -; ; ; .1 1 physicians and surgeon*, five solicit od e County,Florida,once a week for four'utir4 'con: Deeda-A. F. Q!\'tabyrJnoo, ,
..:. ELLISAgent 1 1f'4 = Sheriff B. 'Ji Chillingworth West *
U: ,'. \ : JOI-IN, andmiraSbile dictu two journalists S weeks., ,
: ,. '. I The' rear of:the list is brought. p'by..a'' Done.and ordered at Juno,,Dade ,CountyanALorl PalllJ Beach. '
: tf-RP. '"1' 't I 1'' A ""'a. 3rXA..t, solitary" b teT..l J [ : Florida, this 'JOlla day' of Collector of Taxee:-T..J. Hardee, Cocoanut -_ r

_n' : ,' : : tciBccrrcouKT.J, 'NovemberA.'Ji--1897 '. Grove,, *
' JOHN,D. ''Assessor of Taxes-G. C. Haight, WestPalm
F' HIS, :,, '- ''1- '.
Beach. ,
: ok
: "dge said Court
;e A Btt of WI.. Advice ,Which/Mr; 'BOBBINS & GRAHAM, Treasurer J" F. L8moudl Wi \ Palm '

North: 1" Gratebar ,Tmke."Hot ,tJokl. )". SdecSldec' ;Solicitors for Complainant.. Beach.-555 ,

)! "As 'a general thjngl"\ said M /Brat Surveyor:-Franklin, Sheen,,'West' 1dmConnty '
Mimi bar as reported,by'the Xew'York: Sun,, Sheriffs: Sale. Bench. Superintendent '
; of Public In ,
1 "I take cheerful view, of things,'em I Under,and by virtue of a writ of ;,execntioiIssuing '-
H s 1lrt -z.T.lIeniU, Buena Yista.
: : \ 4 with all Usrex'and 'tro/tiles I like out'of and under seal of the CircnCourt ;
1: life 'well / of the Seventh Judicial Circuit Florida, BOARD OF COUNTY COMMlASIONERft 1 .
: / l eo I,should glad to have Of .
\1 N. 4P.Pitta, Lake W onti,Chairman.
In and for Dade In
a pertain
1 \ it prolonged'iadeflnI But occsionallysomelhing : cause pending l'
i ; I'i < I .Itef a' ,
G. W. Lainehart, Palm Beach.
i therein, .M.B. Lyman aud'decree
; \. '} : 1+ .' happens that, whale W.J. Shone, Cocoanut Grove
plaintiffs and Olai Gudmundsei .
: ' The NeW| .WdltOp! rat to it does not make me despondent-I am Is defendant I' have levied on and will sell for 'E. L White;Lesion City. 'i-

never that disturbs/me greatly.; And cab,to the highest, andbest bidder, at public W. 8.Tamers, Hobe,Sound. oT
: !1 them as likely as not,!'grieve to say, I auction,before the door of' the county court 'Clerk and Auditor of :Board A.>F.;

I Terminal: ;Develop :tne.../ go home to drone/, an sit,down at the house! at Juno,.Florida' between the legal hours Qoinby J,ono., c, '
,table-with gloona written ,on" my,fac e of sale,on CIRC
in letters so I big there's hardly JloJJ.b.7i the and Day of January, A.D. 189 s, DICIAL CIRCUIT. ,
room) to get' itjall f the same' being a legal Sale day all those certain '
(Embracing Dade and other Counties..l
_NORTHERN PORTION ,OF THE CITY. "Finally; aftera period of,:silence, lots, tracts or parcels of land lying and I,being 1.1 Circuit,Judge-John. D. Broome, Or.;.
Philip speak4 up,,wtthjthe] irreverenceof Dade county;State of Florida,and. described as lando.' --

youth,but with, }ontb'a blessed buoy follows, town:'. '. 'I Prosecuting. "A.tArney-J..D.: Beggs,
Lots I 4 i ancyi / | The northwest quarter,of the southwest qua; ; Orlando., _.
:j ;North, Hiami: .,are {:only ;half ajmile,from -the' New 'Take a brace, 'Old man;: take a ter and the north'half of 'southwest. quarter of Clerk of Court
Terminal1 a' brace' southwest quarter of,Section twentyeveu"il" )): Fall (Term. of_Circuit Court
size 60xlOOj
few niinutes walk convenes
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: I.try:to explai4 1'M to Philip that Township forty-four(44), South of Rangt, rtr- on First Monday after, Fourth:Monday
,Alley'in:rear of lot! fCooland.breezy have three (43)East containing slit)'(60)acres. 'Par in NoTember. ,'f.
( every! .... 'things not, gone m'fv.'aY'that day+ chaser to pay for titles.i . : t i ft! Spring Term on First Monday after
and that I don ,feel Well. I ,
locations. '
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!-- \ j .1; j Monday in April. toADEacouNTY
t \ '-. ,. 1 ' 6 1 1" ..JL ;- -" , /'Andhi1lp says:: ""Well,)ouoqh- : /I _, Sheriff,Dade County, Plod ;; .0.-,

: <: .., : ,. PRICE$50':00: TO>. $75:00'[ ': to throw' s bluff that ton are' leeling I BOBBINS: : "& GpA Bur. couRT:
Veil, whether for'PJalntia. -
:; r you door not/ I Attorneys 8dec-3ldw ea Comity Judge' Allen E.13e -Juno.

: \ 7 3 ,"And I'feel.that what Philip saye fa Prosecuting.. Attorney-B... #. .Taylor,,
: .. . Buy., ril! while{ | they |maybe had'cheap. They jn']1 true. '\fl have from timto< time,,tried I ,Master's Sale.UnJ Miami.' I .* '
ito give him,'out of my experience, wis r and by virtue of a decree'or foreclosu Winter Term-Firtt Monday in Janu

a J 'r ,beworth 1 i 'donble'' a few :months ':hence,- when, the'New counsel., I"feel,. that there are time= and sale made ana entered in the;Circuit Court ary.Spring'" : : ''" '

", Terminal: I\competed:. .Easy Terms. <,3 / < when hi1ip.r, 1 ;may: ". profit byJ1tbe! : counsel, ,of .i of for the Dade,Seventh'County: Judicial on the Circuit'30th day of of Florida NorembeiA.D. hi and' t: Summer Term Term-First First, Monday Monday in in ApriL July.:

Fall Firat
I Term
1 "/ ;l 97,In a, certain cause therein pendm Monday. in October.

'f;' ,j ![ : '4. Robbins & Graham FASHIONS: $IN THE SHOPS.. wherein Robblos Graham and CuiDIus worth mg,;a 'i '
I " . corporation, is complainant,and Isaiah.Ark i U.8.LAND OFFICE,o INavILU';FLA.
. f- I Cushion covers and , nand Martha Aiken are defendants, the und
: ::1( .; :j! Ii.W-ttt .' \ ;, :1 OVER POST/OFFICE. aissance:lace., If I It ' I signed as*Special Master Chancery,win off er i -,\ J. M.Barco'Regiat- r.' ,

.. 1 \ Shaded' wings in blue, green,;brown for sale in front of the court- house door In Jun; I I -I .{
Ii" I .' : 'IJ' Dade
.r and CountyFloridaoa' .. Cheap rWUd Lands.
\ ,
: Imported Vuelta Aba jo, $1 , "
!J' : ; : \ grown,one BOp pef/*:J.flOperpotlniFlorida 5 ;I ::1;Long ostrich feathers having&much Hondas, u....3rd'Day January, A. D. 188J :J 1 We offer SO acreoftith good front on the ,

f 'G"S'" ', t'To''ac'J -Se\e Leaf Snmatra Tobacco V5c per 40c1pr oi..totl5o 01.IIr$\ pt Ib.annfactnrin FIELD.AND cirled tip., j j' : the same being'the first'Monday ID't e moot Bay; situated on Key: :Largo, near Pump

.J: -. I ; : ; c. 0 GARDEN SEED porn Field Varieties,soc per it. :Steel( ornaments imitating' a stand tap during the legal hour of sale.to the highest ncl 4 kin'.Keol' being lot 3 of section 12. and
? pott paid,$160 per bn. tthi lgb& not- pail. Sugar buckle. lot section 13,Township 59,South
'" T 'f VarietleS5eprot.Lposttaid, S2.V5 Itelghl'ore l J best bidder:! for cash, the following desert '
e Range 40 East. Price ..,
.. $18 re.k
01 ; per
( |>>>ret not prepaid. Cocnmber,We per Ib post paid Outdoor/wraps'Iike( cloth" realestatetawita "
blouse I
,:'. Squash,Wo per lh port paid., Pearl Millet,the best fodder crop gac per Ib. pout raid. In lotto' a] AU that lot,tract trcelof land: ., ''Also lot 4 of section 31,:and Iota 1 and
;"." ": ,, '" s Ibs or over,net p"paldl5e jr lb.. All other,i>eed. at equally red need ratei: International I I braid trimmed. | .S or p lying and 1 :' 2. of, section 32, Township 60 South

1/, ) fitock rood- 60 it!!-per ptXi Internatlpnal 1 PonUrr Food,Sac per pkt tJacksoavine./ 4 CAMEEON, .Fla.A ' I I.t4Pr I I 'Brilliant bead and:, l. lembr d'and being described situate-In as Dade,Lot number County, Florida five(5)in know!Blocthlrty.eight ' Range 37 East-111 'acre Tmaiaa['

I ties for millinery1.! | ;(38) ,of the t )1"nof: West|'Palm' peninsula. near MadeiraHammock, on

Metallic balls of different color, ,for Bnet, jaccordingatotlre I plat or map of said the mainland. It. has a mile of,nice shell

'choice'selection : 1- ornaments., i' town on file In the office of the Clerk of the OIr. beach and' madeira.timber. Price S3,j per

n/i at'the' 'officof :! Pearl-gray feath r-trimmed felt hat cult- Court" in and for Dade County Florida... acre 2-18-tf ,ROBBEJS'd WIbr ,.
: :' ; ,. ,
] H.B. SAt ;
"s- o they i and. boas to match.' | DERS. ... '
METHOD- j Shirt waists of ladies'cloth trimme Special Master tn Chaneerj.1" 1 :t ,' <
11. ,
"., ; g .. J 01.15., with soutache braidi Dry t3t'poalist 'RoB.U., & GJUIIJ.If, I t Advertise in the METROPOLIS; its'adeestdec
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l n I .* ,8oUc4tor for Complainant.,' < circulation. 90. the. .earn coast, is large.
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. .II I. \V. !THE MIAMI: METE ii'POLIS,,, DEC. 3,' 1897.' : 7. ,.

.: // Toe, vt; \ Criminal. ( PLACES,, OF INTEREST.To I. Reliable:Seeds.I ;
:North% Miami Towri Lots 'I' \ Dr./P.;Penta ha* 's studied the fingers\ Be Seen In and,About Miami and Biscaynei am handling' A. WV; ttvingstonions' .
\and/toes'of 4,500criminals\ and find a Bay. .new crop seed and keep them In ,'
bulk Sold at; ; '. Send ,
def"Hencj in the Mze or number of,toe e'I \ : Miles.8panlsh cataJ.ogue'ricet'l. ...

Ranginglin\ Price From $30 to 150.\, ,tefrequentlylinongt tSmalhough.x Kin Kapuls!!.TarM of the>n and Miami.. .Mackerel. . .. ... .Fishing... .. .. 10 4 'for deners.Livingston's. fall JAMES catalogue A., PHn for.gar'
/ t ry y rare among rdinarj men.. He has The'Florida F.v..rJtladl's . .. ,. ..."- .. .:,".... 4 ,
. . . . ... a3-tf PostmastertticoanuL Grove.
A Selected List of iby'nisca'ync Propertylfruit Iso observed that toes millole Italian CampsTh .. .\\.r. 9
: prehensile Punch Bowl and tn. . 2 ,
; : Tractc .I and Cheap Lands for lineament. marked by a 'wlqe' space between the ('alstFlorldaandtheOldUght.-<< \ .

f,. 1 Frost.Proof, Bearing Orange Groves.: great toe and the'\ second toe, is a condition The Fowi"Florida} Rocks Reefs-----------------Light -. ,{ ..:....15. IJ: NATIONAL :.

\ r I 10. i Phosphate L.an quite,common among.criminals; Deep Stfa Fishing. . . . ... ."..... .J".. ,. .13ThcVcelL'ardena. i
i''j condition .. .. . __. .. .. .4.\ ....' 3ICaviar's / Home-Seekers- .i
; : also, a webbed of the: toes. .n .
1. Choice Pr'operty' of Every Description I nn approximitionjio\ the.toeless feet of N Bear orris Cut Cut\\ ::::', .,',:',::: .: :::::::: ::: ::t ::: ; ESTATE

, -i MOST'DES11tABI' E .LOCATION ONlBOtH, THE EAST AND some savages. 1\; \ Elliott' Rock KeyKey and Creek.r. \ 25 REAL. EXCHANGE..
1 Service Largo. :-\*. :::: : : ;::: :: : ::::1::::: :;:::: 30 .
:' \ I NEST. COASJT. : / \ Tolj Riot The Hunting Grounds. :. . :,.. ...'.. ....1'{ ..' 15 --,. .
II \ i ""A queer poly plotreligious service was Sam Filer'sGrov .. .. . ..... .. .,.. .. ,. .I. J. 2 AExbangi
,,I. E.' .:A.vv' a Lde11; i imarlU.ir held at the Seamaiijs{ Bethel Douglas ArcuCrePk Little laver::::, : :::\::::'::.i.i:::::::::::..:,:.::b. :':: 13 6 g Property (ot Property aSpecialty ;'

: a.n1.ria.. on the Isle of ratl. The Gospel was Natnral.Brblge..v.... 1 Send Description of :what' 'II-
..If, ., \ t tt __ -- read in Gaelic, a )i -mn sung in Many, Cocoanut Lemon Cit JJrove.>. : :: :\,\.:: ......t: :"rH':.{. 6 5 you have and what you want.; ' .
----- 1 prayer; offered in W fish at d.the. sermon BuenaVUtaCutle.r .. :. ::::::. :: I::.: 2 ',. ;
: TT / : delivered in IEng1i h. On a previous .. ,.. ... ... . . .. ,...............{. .. J1I MA&ABAB,INDIAN. RIVER, FLOBIDA. j

'. :, r I ry Sunda> the Tx>rd's \Prayer was said in 1 The:he: Rojral Giant BamM---------\; ::::::: :::::::'.;:::::.L.: i::: g / C. c. CARROLL.:; .. .' j"

\;;;/ y t Cornish, a language. the last, speaker U:lid Orange. Wild Lemon-.L.. \ ,2 Ocyifi-tf-K Real Estate Agent. } !
Wild Lime Groves.-- 2
j i j oft which died in the earljr years of this. llaulovec,.: : :- : : : ::: ::: j I :::::: :.i.-.i.Baker's ;. : : 15 oj"l
; century. k ; .. + :'O
\ t-nak@Crl't'It.\"L. :.. .t' . 10 iAiTiATIM', sOPT.J.WEAVER
\1' 1W yx --1'T ------ .... .,_ 10
.. ... __ . 111 f
L yF
Notice of Intention |to for Letters !
% .. .. \. ; . '
The Ol.ll.nlns on the Miami : : :i. 'l ,_PROP-B.; 1
5 Patent. Fort D-illas... . .. .. .. . . ;. 5
\" ,ps it A Cruise on the Bay oi'Florida nci' Amon i House Sign and t
liom Carriage
To all may com.;m/ ,
j theKejs .-... .- . _ _,
.It, The undersigned live Koike that they intendto Florida Gulf :Stream- ..- . ...'. i.I
f '4 ,applj to Hi* Honor| Honorable John D. Fight Hour trail to the Bahama -j. .
CISI k FF Broome, Judge of the* seventh judicial circuit: of j.The
Florida, for letters patent! { upon, the proposed Bring your adv(>; a ork Painting 5 j

(1 chatter CiKfunut: of Grove the Colon.IFioHIa, CoHKTfS.ltlonal| .church, of to thel METROI-OLIS office... ...--.1 "r IJ IJIHc

rygh .IC 1J Api'lu.ition wilt}be made upon the th day of Bay Front For Sale raUve Wall Paper Hanging a spec-

\ I \1 Dei' mtxT, A D.1t07. or is soon thereafter as Twenty-one acres with a:frontage of ialty. Graining, Hard-wood ,Finishing .-
J I\ applicants; can he'teard. .400 feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of and Kalsoming. All work' .
.. Dated :NovembeF 22nd, I land 1)sag between the place of R. R. Me guaranteed. Best ot"refer
Ralph M>i un roe.' I' Comtek and that of A': K. Simmons ences will be'g ivPa.' -..
i John J. Haden |1\;\ south of Cocoannt Grove. 'The finest AV8..D and 9th $t., MIAMI. FLA. tf

\ ql rles'1'eaeock (i\\ piece of land for sale on t the Bay for the '1mllr91.t .bI. r :
A. A Bogus money. Price- $4,">00. jVVill take one- 1

,\I. James Rolton \I, 1 II"1\\ IKIIO\-2-ldec. half cash, or only one-third' : cash if neces- "

sary. ,.
i Notice. ',fur Publication., 218tfBOBBINS,. &: GEAHAM. THE PEACOCK INN,
f i LAND OFFirtr: JIT GM *\'ILLT, Fi-4., I OOATE'D '
: 1 November 4 IWfl: .( ON- .' 1
t Notice II" berebt given ithat the lo'.lowing- T 4.1'WK: :6p: 51 'I BAY ,

named t-ettlcr lies filed no tee of,his intention. ,BISCAYNE ,
tc make final proo ln supu>rrof his'claim,and We Manufacture all. -.I-,
4L b at said proof trill be made before Jno. C.lij kind and sizes of Five mUes.south', MiamL "
SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES t: Il+ United Mates Commissioner. at Miami. The oldest ann. largest hotel 'j..

Finest Cutsine and ServtceA'o\ Transfer Between Jackgonttlle and New York. F or 1a, on Deceiver 18Vi7\ vii.'Preston JMlll igji on the Bay. Headquarters ., l'
The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamer*., of Cocoanuttirove.II\ '.Florida. homestead l I U I Cypress . for the Biscayne Bay Yacht"Clnb. ,, _

I Cominchft'(new), t Algonquin', t Iroquois, s Cherokee Seminole. t-W for the .northeast qujirter! of section IV, : '=
township M fouth, range 41east{, Daily Steam Launch Connection Witt Miami
I.i' NORTH-BOUND i 'tel names the ,foIlOwolCj\!\ oesles to prove Tanks
Rates, $100 Per Day and Upward.
Steamers his continuous residence upon and cultivationof
are appointed to sail according to the tide.
+ From Jacksonville, Fla., (calling at Charleston). SundayTuesdays!; and Thursdays. said laud, viz- 1\L. Special Bates by the Week.ClIAS.PLCOCK&SONrPfoprfetors}
From Charleston,S. C., \ -\ Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays \ of'" ; .
] \ ,Jackson (Toooannt Grove Fla.J.
I"I I For houn Ot tailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers : << '
( J. McAllister, n( Cocoaiiut (trove, Fla. .G. H. DAVIS &: SON, ', .
SOUTH-BOUND. sJ., Ke'l r.o, [ Cocoannt drove, FlaC 'Palatka Fla, COCOANUT, RO.FLA..
i\ Steamers |are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York! at 3 p. m. as follows: .'' .'E. of drove, Fla.32nov17clec . ..
,Davis Cottunut
For Charleston, S. U., v- -.t Mondays, \\eduesdays and Friday; ar-'Y"rit for., Catalogue124C24pd: All the year...
tOpen 1-1
Si' F oJactODVlUe.Fla.; .(calling at Charleston, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridaye.Si | J.M.pARco;( ReRiste . 4

Clyde New England,anther .Lines .\ Notice for Publication.LAND . '
I' ( ) . The Plarit
\ \ OFFI I AT CA'INSVILLE, FH.,)' System
IS\ J Calling at Charleston;S. C., both' w ys" 1 ::1 J "ember 1, 18n.; } .

STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND GEp. W. 'CLYDE./' JSotioe is hereby given that the '''J1owlni'DaJue '. / Perfect Passenger:"Service.. t'.. "
follows notice ,
Are kppointed to Ball & !: settler has Bud of her intentionto
\ From foot of Hogan THURSDAYS Street, Jacksonville From Lewis's Wharf?Boston 'final proof 1 in support of her claim and Reaching the Most Important Points in :Georgia, Ala- ,

f j FRIDAYSI, that siii| proof 'will :be made before W.. M.

CLYDE'S' '' rSTalJOHNS- RIVER LINE.lr 1;: Featherlv, U. S. Coliimtsslouer\ at Miami.Florid .-f ,bamaf, South Carolina,JloridatCuba. and ,
pn DecemberC181tItviz: Mary Niles Nova Srotia.I&Cost
1 .'
|( BARY LINE nee Moflat, ,

\, t 7acksonville, Palatka, SlJnford, Enterprise, lri la:,: hand Inlewiedrate Si.'l.W. for the east half of southwestone-fourth/ ;: ; finplem.c3Ll: : <3L :Hotels: .

., Landings v : the St.. 7ohtrs' iz'erI of'Section 21. and can half lid northwest one-
. '. fourth of Section. Tlownvhlp52; South,"Range
'--- legant aide wheel steasierS '
I i forty-oneEa\ \ ft
.' \ "CITY 'O JACKSO N1)1 LLE" i, She names the following: p,tnessea'tn prove 4L !; '
1 her continuous; residence '\and cultivation & .
S I CAPTAIN' W: A. SHAW, uponj r :1 1'1

'1 Leaves keonttlle..,, ............ .... ... .Sundays, Tueadaya aid iThnrsday! tt 3:O p. nt ,of' said laid. viz- I City I"; -i: :: 1 .,. *Mute 4iu '.
) Lemon
Mary )) uthlt. of Fla. }
Iteturalag Leave! Santo d ... ...:-: .::, .Moudays Wedncs eye and Fridays at 9.ala m.U ,. ..
\ :Senie Douthit; of .Lemon\ City!} Flu. : '- .
SCHEDULE N URTU BOUNU. James hi\ ubel, 6 f Lemon Cityi Fla.H. .' "
Read down
Leave 380 p. m: + .. .: .. ., .. .. JACKSONV1LLE. ,. . ., .Arrive iferd 2toj-'jj.up. .'A. Mi?flar. 9! l.emm City, ,1a. ? r N LsA
-/' 8 45 p. u PalatkaA. . . Leave s oo 6nov'(dec. J. U.BAJICO, Register
t t' a t a m. ? ., . 2.8J pps m. r
4 80 a m. .. . Si Francis W I j.
+ .... J Beresford'H p.m. ,. Notice, for Publication.LAVD6fFiCB '
1 1"" 600 a. m '.. .... Bln4 springs . .,. H (o a., m., I II
Arrive 830.-.w, -. . . . Sanford . . .. .. .. .. . A W a mm At GAINF.S\-tLLBMLA"1; ,, '.
9 25 a. m. .... .. .. ... ... .:...Eu erprbe, ,... cl 9 30 a te.. : I n r 1-
ift. Notice |Is hereby glttti, that the/ following- l
General Paasinpeiiand Tic et' 0 ce204 feat Sere
IBa t, JacL8ont file named settler has filed notice of her, intention to i
maKe!'final, proof InaiipWt of her claim and = .
4,40 L HOWARD, 8u i., Acasoxvtt tic. FL A.M.. IRO MONGER, Ja. F. P. A that said' rOof will be made||\1before W. ,ItFe4therh4 tIn j

4 T. G. EGERT.', M., w; H. HENDER80N, 0. E. P. A 1M: H. CLYDE A.'T. M.j U.'S. .Comrnlasfoner, at Miami, '
l b sowPxo OKa4x, acw yroii "IWM Fla.,on.December 18,!8!>7,vlz jM4plda.A. Moffatof -+--- > PA Y6ofel.Yem ofd ; : ; t

P. JCLYDE'fic CO_ Oen'l !Agents. ''. Lemon City, (la., homestead\{23,035, for the

5 Bowling Green. Mew York City, 1-, '13 So.Del-Uve., P, hiladelphia 17tf northaat; Ane-fourth""oG! bection:27,.TownsUlp
--/" 52 South, R4nge 41 East. / j! the .West Coast Region of Florida. ,
I d She'naines the follow ing: .TV'itnessos to prove her << ,.

: Georgia.Southriand;. ForidaRy.'The' continuous residence :upon and J cultivation. of THE:. PLANT'' STEAMSHIP CP LiNE'. ;
\ \ said land, v1zt ; l s 1 l'
./ Mary D tltbit. of Lemon City,Fla.. Steamers Plying between Port Tampa, Key' West and
Senie of Lemon City Fla. .
Douthit .
f \ : Suwp.nee River oute. l i, / James llubel, of Lemon/ City, Fla. .. Havana, and between Mobile and Port Tampa., i! : G
l'' J' t. J \ \' ;' ,, 1'oIafXlles; Of Lemon City, FlajKnovlTdeci i '. I"
'" '11- 1' Time Tab-Mae: ':151697 Y. ; \ 1 J. )tit..BARCQ. Rejrfster. B. W.'WRENN, r i : n.P. C:MoFADDEN:. j i: .

1" : .. Pflas.Traffic Manager. ;' ,Aea't Gen'l: Pass. Agt., .

-.% 1', SOUTHBOUND : STAT'ONS' ', NORTHBOUND" : f Sheriff's Sale. ,'i i Sa.va.nn!'y ,Ga.. ,.tJ.

.. -N 6_ No L Not i .f : I' .. "No 2 Not Nob Under: IIJ'by virtue of'a writ of execution M.JOLLY, Division Paswngw: 'Agent: Jacksonville, FJa. "-

-.k...... 7 50 P. 8.201 II LeaYe.;_'.. r.Atlanta'.Anive '. 35 p zi -7 ," A II I.. ,. .. ,Issuing: !oflt of and under,seal of{ the County
::J. .;.. .. 1118 1140 - Arrive.... .. .:...con..Le.n 440 I 415 .. ...t',. Court of Dade County ,State of Florida, m a
4.a l 1l lh' r t1 e.A M Leave.t.... ....Maeon-.Arrivt' yl1 it 4 05 a r[ 11 00 A\II\ certah cause1dependingt4reinwherein! Frank : "
.'IJi6. 1'45 AJi 2 08 Y y Arrive...... ::Cordele.Le.ve:; o 20 145" 828', Ma1oSia1Ils1ii-uni!
x\' 8'10' a 00, 150 ...-........;.. ..: TlIr.01lu..H.,.. 105; 12 2It'., 64U T.Budge Is plaintiff, and George 1\\Ble I\ ins and l ;
.10 JO .40 '635 ...:: :". ....i..Valdosta.t......,...;... 1105; A y 10 GZ: F JI 500 If: L. Ila)'nle; composing the firm Of Blevlns & ..t
...t,-:..., J 40 4 88 ..........::: ..JIsper'_=r. .........1.;. 1002 9 5', .._.. .I Ilayntejare d It'lulalJts.1 have:'levied on and
; ......... 6..r. 28, .. .,, '...,. LakeCity-.p! 9:10: 9o0, ... .... ., :
f !.' y :.". 90010 \JO ....::...:.:.. .. ........... .:. GilO, 445 .h'n.:, .'.. Hill sell for cash to the highest and best bidder, '(N.Y&T.S.S.CO.) 'f,.

.:;..u.."... 1I10...>r 615 r M Le.ve..9'\oI. ..1'Ucon.... .....Arrive 100. a 11 W f'.11 .....:.... at publicaucton; |' before th door ol the county .
!.. p.1... 510 a 00 Arrive......J. W.Ve1'MI'.... .....Leavt'; It M A. '940, . .;. court house at Juno, Florida,between the legal
.. f.-::. i...... 7 20! S 1215 .;....;....IACDONVILLE.,......;;: 8 m '7 00 ........ ..1 hours of kale,on 'i,. 1Mondayrthe listFla. New York'
= rarl..r...' ; 130 A'II tOO f',. ;e..r..a. TUIOQ. -.....Arrlve li o0 n'u '215.r. ...:... '\ 6th Day of December:;!A. D. 1897, I Key Dir I
... ...... ,4JO S 15. Arrive..TITZOEEALD..Leave t0 46 A/ir 600 .... ...li.. saiaejbflng sale day,all those certain "

<$149'1>f r- 12 t 24 63 r'a .j.4..k.}!.....;;.. Leave.,'....,Valdoata. ., ....Arrh'e IRate ...r'p( b 63 62 p.i t a 0'a2,. It lots the or tracts of a land legal Jrin and bung in Dade Tk& magnificent steamers' of this line are'appointed.to leave a

1100'A-. 214" .::.:::: ;:::THrWt':::: .f.L :::: 156 24.5 ., County. Mate,.of; Florida; and, described. as follows .

j..t....i( 11 11 r x k..:.. ..Arrive tj.iO A a 4 116 ..j.....+ t -\\'U: : Key West Every Saturday- '
h..' 110 r.Jt 12O! Air: : .:.. ;..:.Letre 181M ...,..r\ The east half of a. certain tract] beginningat
150 E M: ..ave..h.t.P.l" .... ...i.... 05 1215 f II !......."' 'iof '
't..i.- 8 05' 7 Ooi. 1 .. 9 Y the southeast corner !( the] southeast in NEW YORK following Tuesday. Service 'and accommodations
45 arriving'
10 t .a..i .
tit: ::. t! :::: : \l: : :-t rJ ..
645800 : : :: 7. 8tit : .i. ,: quarter o(northeast quarter of Section 13,Township strictly firat-elass.

1.t;.. ..... M... ..... .... .... ".... ....;. .._Arrlve ...4..... s5 r ... ....:! S3, south of Range 41 East; thence go'west :
1 .....tr.... 48 t_r "!" "-'!' Arr1Te.::...,. Ormond..1.Leave ...a( ..,.. i" 55, .'.,...,..i 1,600feet to state for place,of!beginning; thencerun Frog VIA RT ,
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:......;.. O ;_ ,"f w.cjo.;.. ..:..,.:....., MIA3 I..y"... ..+ .f..t.r.: VOO ......... ; south 6 beginning)containing ten! acres.. ,,Als<|the .west SERVICE : '
:Operate Pullman Buffett Sleepers the, year. round between' /acksou. viUe:Fla. and! Naehvf1fi half of a tract of land beginning at a hoint 1120 Via Fernandina (FO, A P. Rv.) and Comberia' Everett, and, :Southern Railway -
Tenn. via THton on Trains Nos.3 and 4. ] \ i 'corner '
r chains :west of southeast of j the north land Route : I .
Operates Local Sleepers the-year. ..round'between Palatka' Fla." and Macon'Ga, via G. 8.&?; southeast 'of Section 7l:1'o'lshlpM : Jacksonville .,. .... ...8 15 am Lvi: Jacksonville.....::..........:......4 00 pm k
F.direct on Trains OII.I and 4. \ : J J; ; J I half of quarter ... .... ....... .. '
.. Fernandina. .130ptd Everett./,...... .... .. ..... I.
.r. : ; 640pmArBrunswick.
South, Range 42'Fasthence 1 -go'\west 632 Brunswick:.... ........... .. ...._.a 30pm : \
.: Direct Line t&Fitzgerala'Soldiers! Colony) ;via Tifton'k Chainsthence north parallel to section line to Daily':except: : Sunday. ..* ....!".................7"!6' pmLr k '
> 'NASHVILLE EXPOSITION / i bank of Little Rler,tbbnce easterly" along bankof Passengers.. allowed on board for supper on,Thursdays. t'
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:Rnnn i Trip Tickets now on ale at following very low rates: rom Palatka.T From Jaz Little River toIaoUof. M Mary\BrlckeU PROPOSED SAILINGS : .
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Limit. Mrs. p.
Tuesdays and south ( BricketTa
Day L.A : thence i :>
n Thursday $12 so! i
Twenty Day limit ."., ,. f J.l ,X .. .....-,*..: 7A" :-.{ \]. .-. ., 17 eo along Friday. Oct 1' .. . . ,.. .t ................ . ..RIO GRANDE........:,..\t: ,..u"."Friday Oct. 8.
October 3UI. Limit. .. i'h"1"o;", i.. .. ;,"V .:/I: : h5.-5-----; -/in :..4 i.26Z\\!. ..v.. .,.. 2400 land 14.81chaips' 1 tar pL'\Celf beginning, ,being a ,Friday:Oct. 8. .. . ..'.. ', .'...:.... "."". : COLORADO.. ..".. .... ...'u...... .r, .Friday Oct.+ 4
j, The Saute Route. The historical Battlefields Rout' / :T subdivision'of the, n % of se *of Section 7Town Friday, Oct. W . ...,.. .:;.......&.e:....:.. .. RIO GRANDE, . ... ., .,..........::. .. Friday, Oct. 22
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F ill Information sleeping car reservations,maretc..,can be obtained promptly writing ship M }South,,Range 42 East,-containing.8* FridayOct.22. U-r : u : .Frld'J << 11:'
or>> e&111Dlupon'" ,1,. ,. / : .! ; acres. Same twng\| property of the defendant, Friday Oct. 29.. .at.. : . .. RIO ,GRANDE.'" ... .......,.........-..._J'; Friday Nov.

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;., "I J.\I. ,. \I ,: '", Low Ptices' ,'. for. :'. "" \, .' 'f[ ; ':, .. .:IPlows

'1 \AHiteHidjkory 1 ,I ,. :I ' I" Glassware

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R: L ROAD FARE RETURNED., We Stand-Alone \1> ,,

Iy 'Special offer to parties living a distance from Miami) I '

L As the Drnsrgists\,'of Miamiwho, : /" ; .y J Good until January 40th, 1898 > of Drags, Medicinee'etc. ,At our store yon,can find just what.you '
\ want, at anytime, and what. yon get here yon can rely tl UD. ,
1' To'those living miles from Miami a purchasing! $3: worth, I will return the rail road fare'both ways. '
i \ To those living lo or 15 mIles from Miami and purchasing $f).worth,. tWill return, the rail road fare one way. I ,
To those living for, 25 miles from'Mianii\ and purchasing$10 worth, ,,I will return the rail road fare one way Stationer; and Toilet Articles of Every Description.TOWNLEY -

I | |\,.'In addition there will be a special, reduction in prices. 1.1\ 0 ;I "

MAKE,I 'S C"H N E I D MANI,, Clothing l and Gents' FnrnisMngs l 1 BROS.,

/ A\enue, Dtand.l4th'street. Ladies', Gents 'and Children's'Shoes a Specialty '

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seoov Imo-f __ _. Registered; Pharmacists,
submitted initial dock trial f
Additional Miami Mince ..Meat'Dr. .+Sened in any style, at any hour in the D and
and are; being run at various speeds day?from "a.m. to 11 p m. Best in the Avenue inn | tr.eet'i MIAMI' li FLA.ibocHrlk.1t .
while the steamer.is moored fast to the market,A penis Careful attention to ..
W*. S.,Graham left kor' Titusville wharf with a dozen stout,cables. The :Jlotet: j Also nice rooms on reasonable board touting :.. '
:' last night for the purposf of, bringinghis IndicatOr cards, taken ,by the engineer Oive me fotUlcdge a calL at '
family'to,, Buena VHta for.a. visit.. in'charge, have not yet been computed.The J I. Turnage's,Restaurant : DEALER Itf

,The:health, of:Mrs. Grate m preventedtheir speed (approximate) cannot therefore Foot of Avenue I), near Chinese Lann- Walter W. Piekford 'BOUGH and "f. ,
be determined It is said, however -
;J coming down'last wetk. They dry, I| 5nov-tf-h-moA
willleave;. for Buena Visatomorrow.Dr. ': that a surprise lain, store for the -- bRE89EDYe1Iow
Graham will remain there over owners 'In the shape of an excess of 1--- ,
Sunday and will"be in,Miami on Monday speed over that called for in the con- f final decree foreclosure was entered /1
,. iujthecaseof\ Uobbin ,Graham & \ Pine, andCypress
tract. This trial trip takes'place! the \ f
inor4'1Peacock middle of next ,week off the Delaware Chillingworth_ versus Aiken. \\ ', 1-
; ".I ,Alfred ( of Coo anut Grove rapes and there is eery'hance that An'order of publication was made in *. :. .j: \ '
{. shattered the little flnge of ibis left Jie:Miami will reel off ',17 knots to the Ue case.! of Arf F. Quimby vS. W. S.. ", '"
hand, last; night, in his store at the liour. I t al. "
t' Grove,.while handling a.small dynamite Tlme.fnishing" touches are now being No indictment was found in the case LUMBER. '
,.', cartridge which exploded in, his puts) on 'in every ,Department. ,Tinsmiths of the State! 'of Florida vs. Austin Sim- ,
; ;', bauds. Hejwas immediately brought aloe. lining the: ice, box with mons, chargedk with breaking and en- .
1 i :' :. to this. ity on t.he'aullph Daimler, accompanied zinc thee'! plumbers are installing an tering in,the night time.with intent to i ,
; Special sizes sawed to order. Also Fruit and Vegetable CUtLet me quotaprices
his wife Mr. This where
1i by, rather wash stand in the directors'room was a case '
;:,.- Pickford and Mr. Carney} ,, J. M.; onyx; the painters are !hard at work! the accused was bound over from the 1 before you buy.. A trial,order solicited. :
"' Jacks, Jr., severed ,the injured fin- laying on,'brilliant coats of shellac;\ justice. ourt at Miami.In ., '
ger, and the party'returned' last','', night the joiners are giving the grand the Case of C.' JUasland vs. Ar- aug20.tf.If. COCOANUT. GROPE RUL: ? /
.''I o,to the,Grove. r' case and dining room bulkheads. a'8tair\' \ thur Jackson et al.; foreclosure of ..

*. ir TheMgrsoPoLasjobomcehasprintedforA. sandpapering; floors area being planed! mortgage J an order was made referring GEORGE B. BARKER >
.It.. Simmons'&,Co;, of Cocoanut and varniahedj'apd' the gilders are put: the; matter to 11.aunders'\) of West
i Grove} some: handsome large,show ting some'delicate:touches of gold on Palm Bea h..to take. the testimony. Watchmaker
cards, ''on which are ,advertised their the ornamentation of the grand iut.oon. ':' The same course was pursued in,re and .
\ ', c gard to the ,miiqh talked of Ilog case
I superb popular and now famous ava ;,
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marmalade and ? Their; of the steamship (\ : BUTLDIKO, Mu1crFLA.' .
jelly yrup. LATER-The trial trip In the case of Rosa Fox and husbandvs. ;: fRepairing .
-r guava products are, or will 'be on" sale Miami was a complete success, in 't l )Zapf and Charles Zapf, trespass promptly and carefully attended to. AU work guaranteed.\ + ,
'i : '' with the' principal grocery, ,firms of every); particular. The., speed by,.the , claiming) $3,000 damages the.jury Nov6-tf-hf. ,A,full line bt spectacles and eye glasses always on handSpecial ,. -: ,.
:Miami, ,and the,cards are intended<<' fur, log was: ',F rst hour, seventeen knots; brought 'iii a verdict of $1a.; ; In ,this I
x the of calling the attention qf sixteen' one-half
purpose r, and ; bse'
it claimed that the I
the public to the fact. Simmons Co third."hour" \ sixteen and 'one-quarter'\ ; was plaintiff, j ,
Rosa Fox knocked down horse
was by a .
w have built an extensive industry in fourth hour seventeen and -
: up onequarter which, Char't's'Zapf' was riding.In J to :Orange-Growers
:,. this line and their 'product arts hour fifteen and
guava ,;;; fifth threequarters theca, of,the State of Florida vs. .
10\fine thai;&wholesa1e, grocers' the ; sixth hour, sixteen and one-half; ,

l r ,world over,I|are handling themthe| measured miles ,light! to ,light, sixteen with f.illie attempt Johnson, to charged, murder,with from assault West )
;:** demand tan'hardly be met by the man- tenths knots hour.
and two per '
"A ufacturers and ,who' that has tatted With the! natural draft the boilers) Palm Beaclu The\jury disagreed,and I wlsjj to call you attention to the most complete Hoe of/ n@-and two-year-
< old buds Sour and Lemon stalk th@'Sttt One '
on being arraigned for a new,trial the on Orange Hough In A assortment
';t ,theexuisfte jllymarmaladorsyrnp steam easily!at 160 pounds. The. motive defendant; plead guilty of aggravated outqo-yt'3r-01f1 buds from 6 to 8 feet high, l'. to inches in diameter." .,")
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is entire The placed me In apposition to dye perfect
power an 'success. "
wonder assaultand(was sentenced to ten days.A .. ''satisfactkm1nseleetiou9ofvarieties. ot fruit and stalks Suited lo all conditktns -
.tbt.f 1; electric.plant.js. very satisfactory. few minutes afterwards$ we'.noticed 0 of soil and climate. : attention given to planting and caring "i i
.' 00*" H0i comniia- .'l, '-.s---. : the .Amazon assisting in the for groves Will accept desirable position,as manager '
;J.E..Ingraham Esq., Land dusky '
A Great Game. Letters of Indo f'Dleut5 from the leading orange-growers: in the orange :
i' eioner of the\F:E; C. Ry; ,, arrivediinthe -% | kitchen of Mrs.'',Kaiser, while the court belt. .Reference by permission, . ,-VBED-. MORSK:;Miami,Fla., ::
'" city last,Wednesday. night. Mr. We regret' that through lack of space and bar were taking. dinner. The accused : I -- '

,Ingraham: is "I \a general tour of in- and time, last;week, a holiday breaking in was ,represented; by'Jas. T. Sanders O. W., 'cONNER1:

1 C epection along the;,East Coast noting upon our regular work, we could not give ,. ' ... '
'' the developments of the past nix a more. extended account of the.ball game THE ,CASE OF JOSEPH' DIQNOX "
: months that he'may;',make;'a, detailed on Thanksgiving day, between the West is a matter Reserving ofspecial mep- Tangerine Nurseries: MIAMI FLA. ,I
.>: report to)Mr. Flagler next week. lien Palm Beach and Miami teams. "It was tion; in certain features reminds one <* 2soete> mo t'
.: :was particularly; pleased with the, improvements certainly the beet 'ameof',ball that his of' the days before'the magna'charta. "
::; in;Dade"county and Miami ever,,been played .m Miami;both sides On October llth last Michael McGoff !'
Yesterday!\ made a tour'of the city met] foemen worthy of their.'steel/' We charged Joseph Dignon with stealing A GENERAL !
;and vicinity,' incompauy\withJoseph! understand that the Palm' Beach boys his watch..,.On!the same day'the accused -- STOCK OF : : .
,? ,Jno.B.ReillyandFredk.S. ? came down with blood in their eyes and was arrested and bound over by Justice
.'Morse, inspecting the work going orr perfectly confident tyint they would wipe Ashton on'the"charge of grand larceny
0b here- lie|was astounded. atxtne: liner the earth with the Miami nine,but alas for in the sum of $-VK) to await the action ot; :
.character of, the improvements' here: human hopes, our boys were there, and the grand jury. 'liewas, sent to Juno -FUlR.\NITORE <
'" ;}[r.Ingraham report*the"Whit pity'-" there with both feet, BO' the tables were jail and imprisoned among a"lot of low ]:' : [

colony.on the St.:X.ucie 'river 'as every turned..home fine plays were made on negroes. About twn weeks after he \
'ous j.30 heads of families having both sides, and Miami can: feel proud was placed in jail., Jas. T. Sanders visited
located there recently., ;A meeting1 that )jit' was by superior'playing' theygained Juno and told Judge Ileyser.thai

the ,Linton\; colonists was', held last the day.,)l, '' McGoff had found his"watch in a secure at prices to suit. the k fimesl Mattings; Window 'Shades
Tuesday night at: West, Palm peach,' We understand that another game has place, where he had 'placed it for safekeeping ,

::lit.:Ingraham :being ;present, add ar- enlarranged I [between ,the nines' for and remembered((J when.;he Coffins and Caskets Jn stock.; Embalming ,
y rangeeents) were], made to ,carryout Christmas {(day, ;when the West Palm found it, thatbe had placed :it .in thespot .
the 'contracts made iby lion. "=)V. S. Beach boys expect,to get even, but in our ',where he found it. Judge Heyser attended |to. Call or ',write.. .
,Li a ton, he being: reported: ,as.'having mind it is a;.vain' delusion on ,their part, informed ,the prisoner' of what Mr ' -- tt .4
,}. become insolvent.: as' well\ have the] ball toeeers and 'heavy Sanders had told him. About' this J EDWIN
-,'- "I'I ', bitters,"what can'play ball.'' ,It is not time. Dignon received a letter from L. _ NELSON, Miami

definitely decided whether the game, on E. Tasker, friend ai :Miami, telling '. t hs-tno? ;
;About,the Steamship Miami.;: Christmas?,will be played<< here or,at West him 'that McGoff had found his watch f , !

Af few-da}s1 ago! ,we "requested; our I'alm'Btlacb,' but due- .notice..... ]i will be and had goneto'the justice and triedto '" ;
; yw Philadelphia correspondent to" procure given, of thevlocation.t ., !; 'correct the wrong he bad'done his .
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and tried to get' the justice to '
a photograph of the steamship )Miami : /The Circuif Court order:his release'.' Dignon,informs the ..

,w 0 ,.1 as.it appears floatingjti(" the Delaware I 1 Court convened at Juno.last'Monday writer. that the!;justice-refused to do !

1 J, .river at,Philadelphia at''present'and to, for regular\fall,: term. _Present; anything in tbeLmatter\: and told Mc- 7
.have a cut made inOrdtrtbat'lt might lion"' John D. Br kome,judge;]\ James Golf the only,way to Dignon.out of N .r Livery and & leStable :
'hospital : D/Beggs, prosecuting attorney;,A. F. jail was by going to';Juno and take bi { j ji
.t $,,.. be,presented in our :special. QUimbyj;:clerk; K.\J. Cbillingworth, place.\ lie says the justice refused even ,
,fund'supplement; whichwe\ expect to ,sheriff; and lthe! following members of to reduce his bond.:' Dignon ,continuedto ; 0
:,, isaueifdateotreceptlodiaflxedonthe! : : the bar! were present Messrs. Scott languish .,In;jail'nntiHast Wednes- i 'llth street, near' ,Ave ue. D, Miami. r a

,17tbl, st. We.have,the.following reply: and Broome, W.I] Metcalf! ,lI.JJ.baun- day,.when the grand, jury reached his ,
'' ders.James I. Saunders, II.R.'Taylor, case and ordered ,his, discharge. Horse and Mules to let and for sale.
which .
gives :a\;.number;'of interesting,'' 1 o..;A. Worley.and'Robbins; \& Graham. The I State of 4 Florida vs/, ''Hoi ley ,
facts in regard to the m>w ship' which ; The grand jury prganized\as soon as Swain,\; charged,, With assault with intent Fine Bred'Horsee a syecialty. ;

i 'it ,have never'before,appeared in print, court convened and .selected L. L. to' murder. lie \\wa<' convicted of
-? and-will no doubt prove'interesting; to Dodge as chairman ** ? 'V aggravated assault, The; prisoner was,l Carriage Teams BllggyTeams Work Teams' w wf30apr9T
i't ,' 1 The cage>> off, Schrebwick: versus Sin- defended by Col.\G. A. Worley..' :; ,
r our readers*' : The handed, in its \ '
ger, trespass; $10,000 damages was grand jury presentment lyas.
t "Partrai'eaii:1'oY:46, motion to service -evening and
", lJ7t called. The quash ,on Wednesday* : -
', DH.'WALTER: si GRAHAM,, !I made In': this* easel;was denied wa9dis, har.Ked. It recommended that' Fruit Persian -
t\1\ ' EDITOR MIAMI METROPOLIS, I matter"r Xhe jury to asses the court house! be,painted, and that a T7v>ni4Trj'i'iO' Grape ,.. and

.' DXAB SIB:-I made the'negatives pC'the.Miami' damages.] A.verdict| in favor of plaintiff walk be1!provided,from the wharf.to the JT .1 Ult\ JL1 Ct/O Tahiti Limes" Genoa a'ndjf '
s _today; in, the:rain. One,;a for '|4,000 'was rendered. ,During the pourt house.' A \ HF ; :
l view of the upper: deck-.is fairly good trial.a brief of the attorneys defendant i ,: I H.ll. I ; AT : Lisbon Lemons, Dancy,
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,and,will, send you a,print of it in ;la ;arrived by'maU and was.ban'dedto <
day or,two..;The other,the,view of,the the Judge; but it could not be ;con- i Colonel, "Ghipley Dead.;: \ < Tangerine, Hart's,Tardiff, ,.,.:;
ship i herself, is not so good;, but I will sjdered, a$ a default had been enteredon Colonel W. D. Chipley,of Pensacoladied I'Ol.i"f' Own Navel Jaffa >:
'redraw it in India ink and have a 'cut the'1st';Monday in November.; Rob- a .Wuhington.D. C., last Wed- Washington, ,

,made early:next: week, forwarding it bins & Graham attorneys for,Sebreb- nesday'morning.: lie was' buried yesterday r ,'0[ ; Jaffa Blood Ruby,:.Blood,
,\as 'soon as possible. The zinc plate wick'and Pope&'Campbell for Stager afternoon,at Columbus Ga.. ;

*'will be & cut nine indies'Wfde.-whleb J 1 The case of'l' State of '''Florida Versus ,\j > iV.: D 0.0 r : ..;.&. .; '; and Parson Brown, :Oranges .
'Bee just four columns'of 'yonr'pa r. Robert Harter charged with trespass, i ._ ::
allowing for the rule' n each side The which ,wa4 appealed from"the justice 75,000 Tomato Pl nts.I.ivines't ': ,, : Japan Plums and ;
boat, was really!i not in, condition to court:at 'fest] Pal Beach, was 'dismissed ', n'8 Beauty at $1.75. :pertbous 'Texas Silk ;
photograph just yet, but I know you ,on the grouqd that theoffensecomplained and, F. O., ,B. a\ Lemon:""City' 'These Persimmons, Grape's, Australian :
are'waiting for.the cut;to'print a spec* of.in theI affldavit was'not Plants are grow 'from realiunder{ Liv Oak and a:quantity,of ornameatalflowers, and sbrubsltosuit .
lal l Sue. i an'offense against the laws of Florida.' ing&toh's"True Blue" seedr Give me ,

You'may state,,editorially'or otherwise J. D.Beggs for: the/State,. Bobbins & your orders at once. TH B.J. PXTZBS; thislclimate and soil.': : JOHN ''ELLIS, AGENT/. ; {]
that- the engines have just been Graham for Barter, '. r\=Lemon CityFla : ; ,
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