Title: The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: January 14, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00592
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
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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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} ," VOL. 4-NO. 10'r, IMIAMI., DADE COUNTY, 'FLORIDA, (SSKS&) FRIDAY, JANUARY. 14,.' 1898.' PRICE 5, CENTS.

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C. M. Gueth, formerly of Cocoa'the' ; County School Superintendent Z. T. i Mark Hanna,Elected.On 'The steam dredge has commenced x

\fi{-1 p rsoijal] aijd, 5ooial baker who;was so hardly hit by thecyclone' Merritt ,was'in the city on Tuesday on Wednesday Jan. ;12th.. -Marcus working from the main channel,which

"I i ,last year, is in the city for a per- :his way to visit the, schools in the A. Hanna was elected to represent'! is completed from the!,terminal to'a .
manent stay. He will enter the employ lower part of the county namely: 'Ohio in the United States Senate for point opposite the Royal Palm,',into '"'

Ft-H. Schan of Chicago, .is'a'guest off of Mr., ,Mayer, our popular city Cocoanut Grove, Cutler, Cocoa Plum, both the long and short terms. This the old channel out of the river, now,

\ ,Hotel Miami. : baker., 4 t' and Everglades.. \ gives him seven yean and two months used by the Key West steamer. The f

< W. Lowery of Washington' ', is at 'Miss Kate Coplinger pf Madison, Manager Bemis, of ('Hotel Biscayne, of service. : feet new cue ir 70 feet wide and about 11 ..f;

Hotel Biscayne ', I. Ind., ia visiting Mrs. Clyde E. Taxon. in compau with Mr8.'J.B.Reilly,Miss Hon. Fred'k S. Morse.can supply-the deep. The old channel will be ,,
to allow Miami .
deepened, so the
1 f w:' j'.. Parsons of DeLand, was in She will spend. a greater 'part:of her McDonald, Miss ,E. P.:, Jones, Messrs.W. finest orange and other citrus fruit at come' to the as wharf as soon to
up possible. .
time with her sister Mrs A. Lowery and T. E. I.yndnpeut {
the city yesterday. Fred yesterday bottom prices. Call and see him. The.work will not-take long. The,
Thomas at Cocoonut Grove. Miss on a delightful sail to.Cape Flor- 3ldec-at' :y
*4 Sol Belsley of Roanoke 111. is .. small dredge' is just ,finishing a deep
stop- Coplinger is a well known school ida and the ocean beach.
ing at Hotel Conolly. teacher. : 4 ,. Ed L. Smith, formerly cashier at the cut at Cape' Florida, which makes'good a
I Everybody should goon one of the Windsor Hotel in' this.city for many passage :.across the bar tat that. f ,
. i J. W. Artems of .Quincy, is registered II excursions and inspect the steamship years, was, a passenger yesterday ,onboard point. -

j\ at Hotel Conolly. Miami, next Monday.By}! doing' so the_ steamship Miami and ,will :The ''beautiful new yacht "Bucca V ,

t. James Gresham of Brooklyn, N..Y., iiA1i IIIINCF MEAT.I I they will not only have an enjoyable leave today for Miami, to assume his neer,'* owned by Mr. J. M. Graham is
timebut they will contribute their duties as cashier at ,the Hotel Royal .
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t. is registered at Hotel,Miami. : now almost ready for service the placIng -- "
I ,_ ,'I 1 mite to a most worthy object. Palm which will Open next Tuesday.<< of,the sails being all that is now to
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will in
they put on a I' ?
',* registered Hotel Biscayne." Many Minor \JMisetllaneous )Miami Matters 'J. P. Paulsen, postmaster' of Modelo, *
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,' was in the city yesterday and stoppedat J. N.Chamberlain,photographer day or,two. The Buccaneer is a band-

1 E Thomas Cairn of-Buffalo, is a visitor Mentioned.POSTPONEDII Hotel Miami. He|states that the from Cottage City,Mass.,.is now pleasantly some craft and cost about $' ,000. She -t. '

\ 'to.the city," ,the, guest of Hotel Biscayne Modestly vegetables in that section are in splen- located in the handsome studioin measures 30} tons, and looks thoroughly ,

: .. did condition: no damaate'ataU, comparatively the Casino of the Royal Palm.f He sea worthy. Her fittings and cabin

11 Mr. and Mrs. S..-Graham will give ! being done by the cold. has been busy this week taking some appointments 'are elegant. She was j
I views in the vicinity, among, which built by. Capt. S. :N. Giadwin, whor
another.pleasant hop to-night at the The Hospital' Ball has been postponed Great reductions in the price,of la* is one of 'a Seminole Indian family In may well be proud of his work., 4As ..

,,i Hotel il ianii. from pext Monday night until! dies' shoes, for, the next few days, to their camp,which is the best ever;;ob soon as ready, she will be "for charter .r

",.; Warren F.Scott and J. W. Norton of ..Washington Birthday, February 22dj make room for new. ,,stock. tained. for cruising and fishing ,excursions on '' .

] Bellville, Wb., are in the city, guests See full explanation in another column. 14jan.lt_ Dl;\ ..Moa12c.Vicepresident F. W Hahn 'has' purchased the house the bay and ocean..

"l|..of Hotel Conoll>. ,t. Parrott'add Superintendent and lot'on 11th street, near Avenue'B, George H. Welter, one of the owners / I'

: T. D. Brown, the architect 'andy Hon. I'red'l'B: Morse can supply the,, Goff i of the Florida East Coast formerly owned by Dr. W..B. Booey. of;the launch Comfort, left last Sunday
.t \builder left Monday morning for finest nd other citrus trees at'; Railway, came down on,, 'Wednesday His family will Arrive here from Greenville morning for his home in Trenton, X/

to tisit to Pam! Beach. bottom prices Call and see him. .. night, and Thursday made a trip on S.C.,next month and will occupy J.! His ;brotber, Wm E. Weller, will i
the house., Mr Hahn make'nomerouslimprovements remain in command during his absence ;
will
*31d-3t the launch Ft. Dallas ;t<* the scene of ; -
-.Mrs., M.L.. Woodland. Mrs. W, F. !, j the dredging opt r u DS"''ftrthe bay: '-' on the property; and conduct pleasure parties t04points
pull of"Xew ,York pleasantly. located The"post otlle'in this city tsas'msde, raising the ,bouse,,plastering'icknd[ ort"the bay and river. ,The young men c r x-
.at Hotel Biscayne., on January 1'a'\ foreign money order The ladies .of ,the Methodist churchwill building in the front of it. .The'whole are members of the firm Hiram Weller's -

I. ':C: H. McDowell and W. W. Taber-- office \! hold a mid-winter fair about January lot will be raised considerably, .: Sons, Trenton,who own a shipyard -
25 iu the vacant 'storeroom next and'arge ice in that ,
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J tier,of Chicago, are in, the city; stop- Don't forget the recital. by Miss i I to the new post office. A'conc rt will Mr. Henry M..Flaglrr has arrived' in They bought the Coipfort for a pleasure city.-, "
plug! ,at Dott"IBIIK".ayne. Dupe$ of Massachusetts. Music will Florida and is U'O\V located at the Royal I
be one of the features, andwill: be free. ; trip to Florida and are paying:expenses -.
\\r! :L.E..Barker, travelling agent'of the be furnished b* local talent. ,Refreshments, will 'be during Poiuciana at. Palm Beach. Whit tin r byjcbartering it for excursions.It .

'Ocean Steamship Co.,was registered at The champion whist ,players among I. the.evening. served| Jacksonville lie visited his new ste4 ui-' |s a very pretty and fast boat,with )
ship Miami and himself
.'Hotel Miami, yesterday' the many guests ,of the Hotel Miami The l launch Fairy owned, and run by .expressed as at. accommodations about fifty with ..(
f, are::Mr.and Mrs. J. H.Justice. Captain A. W, Russell, fs one of the being greatly pleased with the vesoel. an upper: deck and'a cabin fitted up'wi
} C. E. Mc'KeimonOf. 'DeFuniak j He! will be iu Miami in a few dtl"uD.d
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: neatest launches on the bay. Parties everything ,for the comfort: ,
Doctor. Jail 1(. Jackson Jr. of this make i
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{Springs was in Miami yesterday 'and : trip Nassau: and returnonthe ;, guests; '
that hire her for other :
fishing excur-
city, has been appointed house physician or initial .
Hotel Miami.W. i of
registered at : ::1 at the Hotel 1 ,Royal Palm. sions will find her well Kept, fast andsafe trip steamship, ; Colonel l le.| E. Creecy ,and wife;-of

"'an"Sielen and J. .CalIIster.ofj and her captain a" genial and ex" .Mrs, Curry a professional musician', Washington, D. C., and Mr. Richard
'1ew.York, ,were registered at .Hotel v Quite a number' of' people took the perienced, guide. will shortly solicit the patronage( two daughters and son;of Lemon
Biscayne the first of the week: yacht Comfort'yesterday on an excursion Miami and vicinityPianoorganand City returned recently from a sir
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UP.the,bay \io.<< Arch Creek. The finest lithogravure printing in violin taught; :also voice culture and days cruise!. among the keys and!reefs,'
\ John H. of Jacksonville was the State iii i executed at this i
office/
( ,Yancy, ; ; '
.. Low prices onupnens' pants. Special solfege. 11Jan-tf in the ,schooner Privateer. Althoughboth
here the first of the week business.
on /
.:lIe was located at'Hotel Mla il selling' lor next few days, to make 'W. M. Featherly has had hfs trim 'Rev. C. F. Blackburn,of the Southern gentlemen are old hands with the'

il: room for new.goods, ,at D. W. Moran'a. yacht Ethel Pearl thpronghly renovated Methodist church, arrived in,the rod;and reel, 'they were greatly- surprised '
t )DeRoy Austin and wife of Denver, and painted and a neat cabin put In.' city last Friday and enters at once upon ) at the abundance and variety of
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are among the delighted visitors to- Jos. A.-'I.an'K-atrivt'd in the city from He has secured the.. services of Will his duties as pastor in charge the gamey fish within' easy reach of Miami.;
Tallahassee Tuesday to take Hayes as captain and the yacht is now work i I On thOJast day of the cruise less .
.Miami, registered at Hotel Biscayne.. ,, a position on Biscayne Bay, which includes in
-<0'J j. in the drug store of Town ley open', for fishing, cruising'. ; and other! Lemon City, Miami, Cocoanut Grove than, two hours they caught.47,large,
-f' Harrington ,of Chicago, manufacture Bros. He 18l;located- at Hotel Conolly. pleasure excursions. t i / and Cutler. Mr.Blackburn was at Onetime ,Kingfisb weighing pounds, making

', of school supplies, was in,the I :Senator J. N. Camden anJJudgeJohn 'pastor of the churches Cocoa thq,average weight a little over, 16
city yesterday, registered at :Hotel Messrs. Richard Smith, H. E. Bemis, and Bockiedge. He preached at Lemon pounds peri fish. .. Colonel Creecy ,
Conolly., ', C..H. Garthside,and T. E. Lj.nds en-' Braunon'of West Virginia, are City last Saturday.The threatens tq bring to' Miami some of
jojed two hours of\sport last Saturday, among the prominent arrivals Hotel the! statesmen from to introiiilce 3
James A.,Walsh, rf. 'J. Merritt" and bringing ::1n'1as trophies 650 pounds of Royal Palm. Senator Camden! is president launch Xeola, aa usual, is enjoy :Washington ,
them to the
.8.W.| Stanton'of Boston,' are here',,for kingfish.; ::1| of the West Virginia ,and Pitts- ing a splendid run of business. Every unparalleled sport
found in this1 section for both rod and
;pleasant visit.. They:are. at: Hotel redaction burg Railroad, and the party came.. in day it' is in demand ,by someone: for "
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:Biscayne,, Price at Moran's, for the on,his private car Gaule ., il trips to fishing grounds or'points'of S"T ,,1: ,.
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+ next few.days to make, room for interest : ; < ..-J
, new on the bay or river. Captain '
itr:and :Mrs. Paul Morsmanof Ft.' stock. ,\l 14jan-lt Letters patent have been issued for Charles Thompson Is so well and favorably AeNeat New Cottage v

"Wayne, Ind., .arrived in the ('lty'last ' ': Been the Florida East Coast Hotel Company: known ,as one who knows all,the : The many friends of ,our popular '
'!1'n8dar.night.. They are:!stopping' .,at .. A telegram,has received stating at St. Augustine, with a capital of good fishing places and the points of i dentist, Dr.: \R. E. Chafer, give him a. t
'Hotel Biscayne. that the steainsbip Miami will arrive 8500,000. The corporators are J. R. interest that everyone.who hears of him I knowing wink ,as they pass him odd:!\ '
E here on Sunday morning. John Frow Parrott,it Beckwitb, A.GJHamlin i the! street, especially when they ,se t, '..
his
S. Waidron and wife of White wants service and the Neola. ; .
: went. up to Jacksonville this ,
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morning H.S. Jenson and A. V. S. mith--: him strolling about the corner of Ave-|
,Springs arrived. in 'Miami last Sunday. to pilot her down. I, f I Florida'Times-Union and Citizen.S ""The finest post office in the State, nutiD and 9th'street with a serious and;

'at night.,Hotel, They Miami are pleasantly* '-domiciled. Paul G. Phillips, hief of police of ,"W. Rowley, who has in charge the! and well conducted," was the verdict yet happy expression of countenance.The .
bees I' giten Post office Baird this
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Inspector The genial'dentist
Jacksonville, has relieving;his ot the tobacco industry' by explanation :
development
Wi J. Shone of Cocoanut.Grove-'was brother ,as, engineer f the City of ; along the east coast, for the "railway on his-recent visit to Postmaster ,War; -closed, a contract'with Elmer'I II '

in the city on'Monday, on.his way'to' Key West while thi latter, was taking, was in the city this week ner; regarding our: post office. The Shuitz, Whereby the latter is to erect t. a

tbei meeting, of the",County;Commisaionera a needed vacation. f fI I ': company and madejtrl'ps.to, all the nearby locali- Government and the public Can well,be I a'neat 3-room :cottage, and 'also a dln"j s r
'. at Juno. ' proud of such elegant, spacious quarters ing-room and kitchen,on the lot which .
ties of tobacco
I \v-'L. in the interest planting.
Joyner;; tlje liveryman who
# have here. The volume Dr. Chafer recently thenorthwestcomer'of
as we of purchased on
B. ,0. 'Scinton and J. H Buhner' of. owns and drives a very; handsome team ,' Mr Rowley' while here, was''located? business,done by .this office is something I : ':Avenue D and 8th
Boston and Geo. B. Lake of Xew at Hotel Miami. It
and carriage for tbb; use of the"publicl \
immense and Justifies even larger street. The plans were: prepared by
York, were among the many arrivalsat went up to Melrose ;his old home, on a FOB SALE.: -Buildjng known as Cap- quarters. .A hundred more boxesis W. H. Edwards,,architect. We have

Hotel Miami on Wednesday. few days.visit this week. v r t tain Jack's Place, opposite )tI| Hotel needed at once. examined them, and it will be a very \ ,

L.lE.\ : Oliver and wife and Edward A.Walsonand calcimined and painted and fitted with premises. 14jan-4t*. ; received a telegram Sunday ;had some of the >material put on the

wife of Daquesne, Pa., are.,among new floors furnishings, etc. This J Bev. James', A. Archer: and. wife'i of night/calling'' him to Washington at ;ground and begun work.. Construction '
:,the many guests of;Hotel Biscayne. popular hotel isi, getting' a,good.share Key 'West arrived on the steanjer once on professional busine 8.: ,He left I i;will be pushed, and this cosy little bird '; ,}
of the patronage this season. : [cage Will soon be ready for occupancy ,'.
Jno ; : Wednesday morning Mr. Archer on Monday morning's trail '}(r. Mc '
M.Taylor'a well-known bard- :: and then well ,
Gnnesswas congratulations -
Lodge is on' his to attend the annual not permitted to enjoy a ,
ware! commercial{ man was in the city Bay Bscayne[ Xo.; SI, Knights synod- of thejWvsleyan way church which tery long visit this time, having only will,be in order later on. :
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this week, interviewing',some of our of Pythias will hold Its regular convocation : I t
convenes at 1 lauN. P.,on the 18tb arrivedlast Thursday, but it Is ;safe to ,
,merchants.. Re stopped.'';at, Hotel in the new: lodge room at 7.30 They 'will take passage! on rv say that at the first opportunity will Bay Fronts,at Qocoannt'Grove '

,:Miami.Mr., .' o'clock- harpjWork' in' the, rank of"Charity" steamship Miami. theJZ' return to indulge in the' fine sport, Will ,soonbe\; all' 'gone. We ''have a _

:'and Mr*. Claude Sneromake of is on the program. W F. Babbitt proprietor' afforded. by the fishing, sailing, ,and tract of,21 acres left.. Price $',000. Or 'f - f '
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W&nted-To rent .j{cottage' of from hunting ofj this vicinity. | We will cut) it in half po! as to make two
Atlanta,' stopped at Hotel
; Biscayne tionery and stands of the East \
last four to'seven"'rooms,by ,a'responsible; news } A great improvement, to'the city i lots of ten and one-half acres each and. ...:11 4
: Sunday. their
They are on bridal Coast in the this week '
city
was
System,
tenant.,Address G.S-- W. ;;.METBOPO will sell'either lot lor' $2,500 Cash i
.tour and on Monday left-for,Key Weston |\ arrangingthedepartmentattbeBoyalPalm. the ,paving of Avenue D. to 'second
U8 offices ,\ j decSltf preferred, but if desired half cash and tt
( the steamer. lIr. L. E. Edwards; street,and the grading of 2d street to ;
whop was "
iBallj: '' the boulevard.,/The work ia nearing t remainder in one year at,8 per cent, to -
The has been
Hospital postponed at.'Palm Beaclt last pear(is here and I
Juljas Moulton and wife and their two from next':':Monday' night untilWashington's will have charge of the stand .at the completion and ,makes an:admirable right partY This property is Bay,
,nieces.Misses Lizzie Powell and Susie Blrtbda'l'his; Palm season' extension .ofx'the fine drives in and 'Front* and lies between the places of 3i
: gives Royal this .J I tA.\ R. Simmons and A. A. Bet; '
Hilery of St. Louis, arrived on Wednesday more than a month longer-to dispose around Miami. The ,paving'ofthese. Boggs.;

night,for a short stay, They, you of tickets to your'friends.Mr. ,The revenue cutter.Winona steamed two streetS"/gives a continuous smooth 'ter,secure a bay front while you can.,
great Hotel. Biscayne.] .. into the harbor-Jaat! Saturday ands; re-' rock pavement' and 'drive to the out: They will all be gone< a year hence.

.and Mrs.. IrelandtlIn..Marshall, mained .. Captain GeorgeH. skirts oft be city down to the:bay and lnofUROBBIlS'", '\ I &'GRAHAM.t ' ,,
<..J,'tCono1JybfBoche8ter. YO", Mr.'Fisher .and Mrs. ;Jackson; guestsof .,Gooding; commander Chief :Engineer alongthemagnificentboulevard'b the -" ,
nephew, of" Mr. and, Mrs, Conolly, of Hotel Miami, left yesterday for a. W. J.Phillipsani, Lieutenant side xof the bay to tb s: Hotel: Royal- / ,, Cook' -.Wanted. :
Motel Conolly ia in the city with his fishing trip Elliott Keys and ,vicin Bhuner' paid the MITBOPOLIS office a Palm.JThe drive will be very popular I! Wanted la good asslstant'cook i\ .:Address

wife and:child.to-spend, the;:winter- ,, ity. They are expected, 'rsturn to- visit and left their,best wishes. for,!the with the .visitors at ,the ,hotels this Chas Cocoanut Grovel .

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/ 2 / z1 THE . OLIB, JAN. 14. 1898. E

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i:'{ 1. ,THE :FAVORITE PAPER. against him! ;f he baffled them all on something that i is sure and,can be relied - I I

t e '\. the field of;battle. Of| the chief him- with another. F C &P. R R '
upon one year "
' sit .
1 ftfiwa MLJiie here's' a little country paper that.lore to self Sprague*writes t . ,,. ,
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/ and read have no means of knowing the price _

r / professions jV ,A paper' poorly printed and behind the times "In Osceola, or Powell, was combined of machinery, for a small 'plant of, the Line
Shortest teen Florida ui ill
; 4ndced, a nerve,activity and intelligence i ,
kind but it would not
/ certainly co 8t agreat
With Its pages small and narrow, and Ink In which seemed to diffuse itself amongall 1 1I. for ]iern Points. '
; l dined to spread, classes.! !>The women' gave a'most deaf j
: : And here and there a letter fcrarely standing unIts hearty co-operation, and, though I.. ... .. \ : Everett Savannah Augusta, C*:', Co-. :' ..

_. ; head: : obliged to abandon their homes, they OrriClt STATION zY-Let your e Jrrespondenct Inmbia, .Washington, Baltimore' *
\ .' I IX" cheerfully encountered fatigue and be a cf't'dit to'you.'' This PhiladelphiaNew j York, '- !'-
.: \ G EO. _. BOBBINS. WALTER' GRAHAM. Or caps' a 'big erratic, boldly. popping Into congregated ,in places of kafety, where Is n t possible with poor tation.r). Boston and 'the "

\ \ TlewIn : / they provisions indiscrimi- That executed ,at the .M TIU\POLIS.o\ East
l'I '-., ROBBINS &: GRAM CO unexpected, places and knocking. things nately to the,\ warriors l as they went to .0 -K. and up tro date.. f! Everett Lonil'fllleCtueiouaU Macon Atlanta Chattanooga.,
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Nashrille. and
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askew / I and from the field of battle. Boys, : II 8 Chicago.
Birmingham Holly rln'lIemphis. -
t\ AttorneYS-a.t-a*. \ Aj real old-fashioned piper from my own natiTO hardly,able 'tn: shoulder a rifle, were ': E.reUr.Little Rock, Kansas CUr St.Louis, Chlca.o .
: little town' / daily practiced in the use of that arm." Order Pnblicatiou. : 8loux City 1
;. \ I I Each, week ,I hail its coming,and I never put tar R1verjunctlonPenaaeola. Mobile, New-Or CA a
;' \ MIAMI, pAD 'COUro. Stated I it down / In his official report on his opera- CIRCUIT COURT ,ort!' Fi.OarDA\ FOR ,Dire tic eani Coast,,Texas.Mexico' ,California' and the,,Pad' '

-TV111 practice In all courts.. Federal Till, I've read Its every column all the local' tions in Florida, General Winfield COUNTY, Slptf-! : Ja.uICI"LICIB-- j EFFECTIVE MAY 10, 1897.: '

i, Special facilities for examining and perfecting newel you know, Scott, 'the, hero of the Mexican war, CV J'I'IK.jCHAN a: r. i Naw YORK Exraaas No. 38, Leave Jacksoa--
Laud Titles We hare the only complete folk lived with .' ' yUle 1t:1la. m.. with Through Pullman Sleep
About the dear old long
says : Albert P. Sawyer.i'rr lltee r '
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Dade
abr t't' and receive dailyreports from the Clerk of ; ago. I/ I the Lake Worth d l ; New York all
Imore and
"I that Eastern
Philadelphia
than
persuaded
am more: ever
I Dote whose barn Is whose cattle r1' I
all land painted Complainant '
.1\ the Circuit, Court at Juno showing 'al 1 points. Connects for Fernandina. Retain
:r tranifersVAll the certified Abstracts Title : took the prize the whole force of the enemy, including ,s. ; I Train No reached Jacksonville ,5.30 p.m,. .:
for South Dade county are made, at our Miami the does not exceed 1,200 William S, d Ida : :
And bow; Urlaotta has raised a squash,of negroes I Naw YOBK FAIT MAIL No. 86Leave Jack.*
\ Dtfiendauts. J
ti-: ,: office \ 1 tf-hiGEOXA.WORLEY. i fighting mem, It is probably something Lin\ou aonvlU@'JOO: >.m t dally for.ame'points aorta.
wondrous tUe. W.Dewbnrst "
frord .
It, the affldavtt .1V.;
"; \ : I [ appearing Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New
j less. Of that force I am equally
l' ,the and ;of the'comrplaigantSled York. Return No. sSarivea Jacksonville 9:19a. ..
ageni attorney ...
takes
.1./ theschool
How,1{Farmer artln'adaughter\ confident that not 500 have at any m. t.CINCISSATJ :
,, another her eland i,that William 8. Union
t' year time 8Inct"'theJcommen'cement of hostilities AMD JACKSOMTILU, No. 38 Leave
,-t 1 .A.t1oney--a.t-J.a. At this! 1;pause and smile a bit and feel a trifle been brought within the same Ida M. Llnton, he defendants named lath Jacksonville 7-tiu 'p. m.. vi* Everett Macon
the,.bOY. Atlanta,Chattanooga Connects for
Bill of Coiuptia nt In eutltbd: Louisville
:t- 'General practice;in state and Federal Courts y/qneer. ten miles square. In all our operations I Nashville.: Louis Chicago..< :'f, AU business! ...utrn.'Jtfod111 receive prompt, aW" Remembering host In bygone days, when I life within the last thirty days suit pending In''tbs Court?:are tesldenls'of and wesurn'points. Returning train arrives
tendon. Agent fork \ } /; seemed made formirth, known found State other -thai n the,Statel bf Florida; Jacksonville 8:to a, m. : ,
( to me) we have not a "
OKHUANIA LIFE tNSUBAXCE, : COMPANYof thought this schoolma ara's mother the and that in the bf lei Of Ithe, affiant'ilt:saidaffidavit 'ASHEVIU.G ROOTS Through Pellman91eeping -'-"
I was of than 130 but
party probably more ; the Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah.
F: pole / ; sweetest girl,on earth parties of front 10 to 30 have been encountered they are residents of city and Columbia.Ashevllle, Hot Springs, KaoxviUe
AU kinds of life written Offlee'over'podofilce. 1 county of Saglnaw' state of Mtohlgsn.. and thrush the celebrated Mountain Country of
>. Xo
: .'- 15oct.bT An4 cow and then perchance: I read that one! I everywhere. Indian that said defendants' are over J Iwemtyone yean North Carolina.I Leaves Jacksonville 7-00 pn.
'... woman, child: or negro nor the trace : Arrives Cincinnati 740 a.m. Returning'Ar-', ,
( dead .
k'oo\lE i knew]!! \ of age,it Is therefore.,ordered!tb.t'the laid<< defendant '
: WILLIAM 8COrif 'OORPOX R. a : of one, baa been seen In that time. rhea Jacksonville 1:10. m. '
Or Dud again some boyhood chum the second Those non-combatants it has been evident *. William Sr'UntoD and. Ida M.Ltntou, Only line through tbe beautiful hill countryof
SCOTT & BRQO E, : time has wed. 1 : appear Jo the Bin of Complaint filed 'hereinagalust'them' Middle Florida Penhaoola. and Eacambta.:
to been removed beyond
all have
;1
us
And so:t goes and none can know what memorles upon the Rule llsy in Febinarynext Barile..e Jaekaonville9:18a.m.byNo.2daily
: Live Oak, Madison Mootlcello.
'r .d.tt0IZ1tST9-at- the theatre of our operations. '
sweet '
L'io i sad and \ ,being the Tallahassee, litter Jenidion'Penaacola, Mobile -
1 NOTARY IN OFFICE Come back to me,whene',er read this homely General Scott here gives ,anldea! 7th Day of Febroary.lA .D. !11893, ,New Orleans, and the south west.Mexico.
1 :Win practice Iri all StateXl Federal Courts. California and the Pacific Coast Carries Sleep "-
I little,sheet. [The Fireside. of the tactics of Osceola. He foughtus a{ |he office of the Clerk of said above named
Collection attexued tor
*promptly \ Return arrives
... . ers. No. 1 at Jacksonville 75t; ;
'OFFICE OVKRi' BA\JK OF P,\* Bl"CA VUJune97tf c. \ J \ as Marion'' fought the. British in court at Juno Dade COI lt1. State,of Florida. a. m. v i

r f Rt\:; S \\\S \ \ S 1\LosbEoLA.\ i\, ... .\I, South Carolina' -he directed a thou It Is ordered once a"week further for four that consecutive this orier'be weeks published ,' Cedar Hawthorne Leaves Jacksonville, Silver' Spring.':15 Ocala a. m., Qalnesville for TaTares.ApopkaOrlando 'SUrke,.,. ti
Key. Wildwood. Leesbnrg.
; \ I" sand attacks dyer wide extent of, '
ATtUksoic 'I \ a forthwith the MIAMI,MrraorousT a pewspa.pet Lacoocbce Dade CUr,PlaD'
: .T.BAND S n j r. \I BY WABDN.I country he his enemies in City Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:13 m. '
4 kept always publisbe 1 at Miami,In Dade County,Flonda. p.

i SANifERS &: ATKiNSpH\ t.I expectation of [this presence, he' fell .\ 1 isuiflle 'Route-Throng Pullman ,Sleepers'
v ; From the Florida Citfiea 1 '*
\ Moa Bmome
D Jn
"* upon every weak ,detachment, and he Witnesa the John acid Counseled at Law EXOWNED OH- : ant the seal ojr said Circuit ,Con it.; this Leave Jacksonville 7:00 p. m., arrive Nashville - -
.Attorneys \ ,, ,was always ready to concentrate. ,the December; 7-OP !
of
\ yerCromwell was i [SEAL orj 29th day; ; : Leave :: tYY.lioo. .,m.} arrive-lacbe;'
;Office In Rooms 1 and S, whole for thilefence: of his "base of CIRCUIT: COURT.l A. D. 1897., ville tt:10 next an m. t r
f' i 5/- BrO\\n's Brick Building, \, 't I '8( myth and his supplies"! in the; cornflelds, where tbe I A.F. QUIAlBY* 8:15 a. m.-Leaves I Jacksonville for Brunt-
,
r. U-tf-hf \1' 'MIAMI,FLA.' : deeds* a mystery labored and the to Clerk of the Circuit Court of Florida, wick-by tbe Cumberland touts Steamer. -and' ..''t.
,' \ I u' women, taught boys Cumberland Sound.
."" I I until Carlyle's shoot and bate 'the invaders. Osceola 7jan 4feb for Dade County., 4:00: p. m-Local for Everett. ;Close connection -
.
: Brunswick. Shortest and
or
?.r; ,Robert\R.;Taylor, \, I"t'genius,resurrectLed : -' i was present' in spirit with,all his lieu- I ',Notice for, Publication) route.500p. 'm.-Local' for Tallahassee- end quickest_ later- ".

Attorney-a; t-t..a r him from his tenanti1) he moved continually from I. LAND OFFICE AT OAiHEariLU.FtA.j'I ,mediate points. 'Arrive JaeboD Ul.4:15 pp. m.
i Y' '3letterr5and his vyhile his struckin I November 29, 1*7. { \ 9:-U) p. m.-fat,Tampa and Intermediate,, I
to
,< FLORIPA. camp camp; [hand 1 points. Pullman sleepers. Arrive Jackson
.n given the
No teeiIs hereby that ; following-
IIAUIj
4 hints( of his con- .< 'I
\ 2 Georgfa' his,care was the women I Fille7:35am ,
f! Office on 14th street next c named settler baa filed notice of his intention Through Sleepers 1 r Cincinnati via;Albevllle -'
Wataon'e Hardware store .."- :,* temporaries and and children south of Pease creek and to make final proof in support of his claim,am leave Jacksonville at 7.0up. m arrive
'
!;)> 1-8-tf, I \ :. I ;Jj .?. .. (set him breathing I in* the' islands: of)!the' Everglades. He that \1&111proof j\ will be made before 1 W.: AI.Feathertr Asbevlllel, For)Macon Atlanta p.,m.,arrivesCinelnnatftl:40a.m.two trains dally. ,Leave '.,

J ,: \ and thinking i before' ns. In the case of was the spirit of tbe whole, and the V. S.Commissioner at Miami' Fla.. Jacksonville 8:15..111.and 7:W p. m. ; '
:: "" January tb'. .4. Summer rates to excursion In effect
on l 12. Clarence Philips point
::., ;. '' I A R.' Simmonsi.A.ttonxe3r an Indian I no such records exist, but other chiefs., were to him arms and ,of Lemon 18Jtt1'. Homestead l Jane 1st. 1. v A '
City
':' v 1 \ for Osceola the same method must be 2tfOiJ\ Pullman Sleepers on all nifbt tialn4.. .,
:. at -_ .. hands. t \ the southeast quarter pectlon IT.Township 5'l [4'Send for Beat Indexed Township Map 0(:
'f', ,' \t. t" pursued! with' what jDiaterials: we have. And Osceola lives yet in the heartsof S, Range 4$E. 1 1' J'lorldaeo, A. O. MCDONNELL :,

i.i f COCOAN QROVK,,:FLA. In the: old ""Greek fablka man seeks,to the Seminoles<: in'Florida. His descendants He flames the following witnesses to'pror General.Passenger' Agent.t .' ,

's ; Offlee at Residence.! ,\t, liyhs proVe jthe |superiority 4 his race by !\ are accorded special privileges !- of his said.Continuous land,,IJ relldenT'I and" cnltlvatloa N. S. PENN:y,,'NTON, :.; "

_
J reading tola\ lion'accoun of various ids! d
I ; to all he i \ what Hercules' was WJH. Belford of Lemon City, FU.J \\1

4 't Geo.\V.'Allen,., battles ween- men: and beasts. ,to the Greeks, what! Washington is to George Russell,of Lemon City,*Flu' I D., W. MERRITT

.c 'J" "Ab/Vsaidjthe\ lion, "had ,we 'wr tten us. And 7 the account of, the, death ofdais John Albnrj, of Lemon City,Fla. \fl\ ,' ,Fa
ett I-a-w, j Charles 'ttorney the book, other tales would have been noble''son Of the woods'and' watersof
1 ; : :74ecl3ian ,J U. Buc .Re "ter" Contractor .,
,_ Xu 'f +TFf\ a ,: 'l' t lci.tt'y| e \even fronithetesta 'ony Florida; is especially painful, because ; ; > 1

',_ fWU1" practice tn all the Gouts,_State ant of his enemies we must know Oscebla.Was. in the/langMage of 'our own solders 'I I i' -1 AID'1 1 '

., \ n ;Federal '," ,ll-9-tf., .:| Washington :'great? Yet W is recorded ajjdisgraceful! chapter T A N' i, ;\\i iA' \ 1 "
Builder.
faced no such; overwhelming ,numbersas & 4
|
r- : I' .' : In; our annals: __ = _", i i2ASTOR ; 'We Manufacture ill 1. .
did Osceola England - '.
'S. 'MillsFowler. M. Duo and was 3,000 kinds and size*.of' 1\1 "
.
j,, ., ; I miles ;'away., t'ls Gomez doing a man'spart .BEA i isFOR'; PROFIT. r : :, f' Give us a chance'
"
"
t .' :'.' \ IEOPATlIST. in Guba Iwith'!\ Yet Osceola If did as'good "tOrl, Boll" ''produces' -I'Thrice- the' Yield' off to' figure onj:your' .1',

seryicje: fewer resources..a'galnBtgreater'odds.1 \ f J\ 'OLbera. :* Cypress ; i building. f -
.
v.r \ 13th street, near'AeaneB \ t-trta.
|
: j, \ T.: D. Shepherd, of t Apopka, in a recent t / '
*' 5 ipeciaUjr.. 'I1" I 'Was A sceola' a ? It' ia not denied Refer toMrs.Julia '
Chronio'Diaeaeee savage communication' to the Orlando Ljr Tanks I . D.rTuttletF.T.-, ;

c ;.-, \r-.: 27ane-tf 1- that he: protected women\ and. Reporter,"advocate's' the cultivation' of ,; ,. Budge! ,nd Bank of: Biscayne.. 7Yong. '
: \ children it is not deniedtbit \ .
'wJ.1er"e could;; follows \ ,'
castor bean .
as
DrvJas. M>, Jackson, Jr./ the : '
The + j '
soldiera #
\ ,, ttbe" United Since the:{freeze[the people' in our G. H. DAVIS A;SON CoRRZSPONDgNCE-Vee Well-
reasonablei
'', I MIAMI I \ States shot down women and children, been printed Stationery' Get it
of '
the
r' \ and fruit part State: rave: casting 'I Palatka?Fla.. but get it good. petit at the!MKTBOPoLi9 -
,
\\4 FLORIDA' destroyed dwellings/cropa ''
' about for somethings} grow as a p-wri4 for Catalogue. : .-2t8bt pd office. It. I tf/ .'
Office at Present1OWNLKY \, -+ ) trees tbey'could re c't:.j{ : : money crop;;:;-something that1does( Hot -' ; \ I ,7. "

' '. : BROS' DRCG:: STORE.DR. .. Was: \! ,treacherous, ? It is''not I
,_ require experimenting.We .
too much '
t
claimed United ,observed \ ..-
States
\j .I the f \
' tried j rice, which, is all ,right \
R. 'E. CHAFER; 'l ,even one, important article of v C l
when you ,hit .it, which, as:one.of the i Ii
\ i the three treaties made with the Seminoles
-
best farmers ,in the. county :has' remarked -
,
,"DENTIST'k .- po er.' ,It..i is not .
as,a sovereign j ,
in five, ,
-
u once
i years.! \
:Otfiee in' Banleraon Block, n6rtheaat claimed that even tbe money promisedto Then them tame great''tobacco ctr: \ : .. t--- .
the, Indians"under \\tbe ''
,corner Arenne D and 13th atreet t.-J-| a t rolemn treaty furore, which;; is ,. ;' as' ls.a. 80
'
'W' 1.9.tt. was paid to them Here is the Judgment =;
!; somethe tobacco 'some; of ushaveeagerlyraisedonbind. 11
I '' ""of 'icaptain .J. .i Sprague, of -f'But tobacco '
John S.'Frederick' the ) 'afterwards'General ..
i: regular army, I is all right, and! we hope] that'ail

'Civil!: Engineer and Surveyor, Sprague,'who .served: during: : the'war: I those who can make, *success of it_ will ,
knew of the Seminole chiefs
and most[ stick to it-t/here: ?Js bothing like diversity TTTTTi2ItTHIS
,
Notary Public for State ajt I>arffe. ; personallywho of what be 'It
was a
t. part ,
t_ of crops. ;.has"been_ saidand : .
}?'artietllarAttention'giventoaub-Dividt' described 1 '' t ......Minh. : ,
i t.
.ing large tract , ,' ; ," [written 1 bout thejcanafgrei>lanta,
I"To'uontrol
( Office 20th 8L,, near. Av. D, south side.13UL or to'effectually crash bntf the small l price,to obtained, for
the spirit,which' nerved the Seminoles
K L01UDA."OHI1ROIOiITTS1i .
:MIAMI '
p ,! : it after growing killed that l tIn I
indefenseyof their homes required a ; :j; : SPACE f

:' force of whichthe] 'country.could not .ourJ extremity ''1 by.;not tturn.to rt ,

tl >l;. ,boast.: Tbe display of arms they ridiculed the plant; that produces! t he castor.. oil -

tt life' consequences were disregarded Moralforce of commerce 1 j : ; Reser< ed for '
'I'AILOR-:: :: and itself was uncared.: for i / :
could;at one..time ;have been ap- We -can, grow it, in, any quantity '

I t Orer- yean-" :'experience. 1 plied witb'\'success\ But repeated aggressions ... Thebeansa'r:, grown]'for the;,oil, of? I NEW TIME' TABLE : .o S '\ j :

;; Metropolis Bnlldlnr.Miami. false) promises, neglect and which they'contain,from fifty to sixty ... ; S ,
Full Stock Dt of all Latest Weares.1iyU ..
t Samples. abuse bad made them'reckless;and the '
1'-; assurances fc>f the whites;however sincere per cent. Tbe oil is used lor medicine, : ,

.Ix l' or well intended;were' consideredas soaps af 9 lubricant,: nd-forliltb ng :

Wm._:Varnadte.i [: false.\ Tie' contest''was evltacle; purposes. In India"'castor,oilliscon-; : .

; A war, of seven years ensued;and many sidered the c best lamp- oil, giving 'a I FLORIDA EAST, COAST '': - aRAILWAY. 1 j
of those who and
CONTRACTOR. instigated participated .
/ :
white, !light !vying in brilliancy. with : ,
in it4! have. to lament the day of ,
s QT Bock!Work and ;Blasting,a Specialty.: Its commen ement.",-S raKDe" Florida electricity, burning. .11 t'f and without : ...J 1
'
t 'MIAMI, FLORIDA.8atlmatesPurniahedonAppUeaUoa.. , War, paf g f 96r' I \ 'l danger, and giving/scarcely any 1 \ / ,-

H-23-IU A,volume,\.could not tell' nore.\And. soot. In that countryilso. the. railway : t

t. then the United Stated of: America, trains.are)lighted, almost entirely with

;4 ." " I finding it .Impossible; conquer a-bandof4patriots castor oil. i M / I\ ,
:, '
RUTTER.i
FRED : Is
,, ", I }n, War,, ruined} them.bytreachery1 The potnacof: the pressed seed o' ;

;; Contractor and, Builder l j ' ,l X'Was . makes an excellent, f rti 1zer. ,In Kant : : '\ I : :- : I:
"
:AU kinds ot Stone Work. \I : the. country, onra,under treaty sas, vihich'grows nelrlyallthecastoroil ; : \ : .

.,- w Plana and estimatea, fnrniahed -' !\ with Spain?!:' We' did' not{even: ',claim raised /n:, 'this' country, about 15 0 000000 000000000'e 'J.

_' free ; this title Osceola'' thwarted bushels I, per acre is produced. Here we ? '

ulu :U'.MIAML FLORIDA the scheme; o.divide.' the Iandiof, his can,grow' ,.from'3Oto4011iusbels'owingtoou I

people and secure a deed from, each to ; long\ seasons. .Th .beans sell at ; .

SPLENDID : t\ the lands of tbe other, and forced us to about, r 1.35ierhnshel. how itseemato -

tre with. 'them' t fas a whole1,'exactly as ,meif js castorjoil, mill, could be.located ';\,- :.

PriQtirj: : taY we would have done with'any'European ,at Apopka or Orlando
Job
r \1 nation. be l regolar army! the navythemtllta | focinstaneeIor! decorticating and .:
'
," 4TlSit. f. \ : olj Louisiana, Georgia'and pressing( '.the beans'andl disposing of ,.
1" : I '
j : Florida, renegade :Creeks, d'9 eroo- the oil, we could.build Ian. industrythat

; t .-t ; :/Hetrppolis. I, Office kee*.';: 'and :Cboctawi. .' ., Were' : b fight._' would ,benefit''our:_ .i
I w \ t:
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I \ / \\i, I\ THE 'MIAMI( METROPOLIS/JAN. 44,' 1898. ,0. ,' J a .3EIoEL .. ..

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// \ \ Pt 1t'th\ A. EAST COAST : "> ', (, .


r fJiUi1PfiSYSTEM.1 ). : '/ I
I '
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I 1 ,J" REACHED, ONLY VIA ;u '. {' '

The Florida East! Coast KailwaV from Jacksonville to Miami. The Miami and Key West Steamship Line from Miami '
to Key West. Parlor.car buffey _service now running. For'railroad schedule see page 2. ',. !
)
'
,.t. \ NOW: 1 ,OPEN: i \\ 'f .

> \ HotetxKeyKVest\4 'ft bud upward, aim'ial weekly and commercial j i h
KEY'YEST: II, rate : LEON B CILLY, Manner. '
L.
$3 and upw ards; !I elalwl'eklyallll commercial< ", \ ,
MIAMIST. G' Hotel j Bi S ciiTne; rates H F. BFM1S, AUXAGEB.JOSFPH ,

( AUGUSTINE -Hotel 1 AlcNCasino < nr. . \.". < 1t'AVER, Manager.I \\. r ''; \ ,' > '' }:
I /
: SWI..l1ng Ifool, ; *. M. TAYI.OK,\Manager:, : ', ;: .f: '-:, } : "

'I PALM 3EACIHPalm, Beacl\,\\\Il ', I .!>.K Fi>. s'f't, UK\, Manager, .: ::1'C \< :| [

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:. MIAMI-Royal I ,?aIm, Open, January" J l' ::1 \" / \ ,;\, \\\1.i\ :; : '. !! :'' .,'

(: PALM 3EAGH, -: Royal Poi ciana 0>en 'Januaryl 15', I \" '. <:; "' .: :' ', !

( . ORMO. D-The Ormorid, Open January 151 l ', \ '. !; '

\ ST.\ AUGUSTINEf-Ponc de Ebon 19 ] '
., . Open January '\ '. / '

;.\ ., '; \ NASSAU -F.1 ]|-Bnhamas Steamship Line', beginning p Jan. 17.Miami . :

j to Nassau/New Steamship Mia i. ; ; "
.
:
\ Send to the General Offices", St. Augustine' for Souvenir Folders\ of the East Coast. !1 1Cl \ \
It \ E ENOTTyI! I ,I
3. t General Superintendent., Florida East Coast Hotel System. !
1 24dec-tf-h".'i-mo I S ___"--- __ ____ l__ [ -

1 \ *', 150 Rnoms., '800 'feet of broad ho Board\ Proceedings! ; ,
{
) ,
flUIU.i chin iD oprtd. ---- ,"
: ; \ 1 Large,lighli airy ainlng F room WES\PALM BEACH Jan. 4,1898. ,v :
T : :
'
hotel1 I M larm 11;! !I'i7A6LEUNSURPASSEO.Itetes I Regular Meeting ofj the School Board
.
$t : ward S3', 50[Ta. per des and UD" Meld today.PresentJ.W.Jackson. ,- \ I .

\ N.
s\ f GR1HAM, Prop'r, | J. Com-
r T'r { j' Miami. FUHjunttgmo stock,'VT. L. >Vidmeyer and Z.T. Mer- | n
: i ,
; I i
.. -r \ ritt. 4Minutel .1 -
I : of Jast f meeting read and ap- '
HIJ
;
:
proved. I ( !
C'ertiizr The Superintendent .submitted the
Is the 'm t important items at following report:: ;

gros'er ; it should be "In accordance with Orders of the : ::! ; \ -
,i r Board at its last meeting, insured '
d Reliable 8.m'e the colored school house at Miami lor d ;,
the' term of three years, at the same l li I
: I- !
I .f .OtlYlg rate paid for the white school house. _
QU.1p3 'I
I
1 : I ;
Amount of insurance, ibcluding furniture :

))1\' THE SEASON'' RESULT II The, $575.policy'* on furniture in white \, ; \ : F
I school bou e at\Miami having expired, : ;
\\1 I1 DEPENDS UPON IT. Ebur I 1\ '' I renewed the same for the same lengthof '\ rI
that '
time the building is insured \
/ IDEAL brands:will quit.y oul U for., 1900.Policy on\' each expires i' October: I j

The price is right and so are the goods. I "John B. Beilly I yand Chase& Harney i

1 Full stock of Potash, Kainit, Bohe1, Acid, Phosphate, offer the same rate in good companiesto !! : !
insure all the| schoolbooses'\ in the \ ;
t Nitrate of Soda, C. 'S. Meal, and' all Agricultural county, viz,, lj per cent(* per ,annum; 1: : : ;
.j Chemicals and Materials a; Lowest Prices. 3[ per cent.-- 3 years, and 4) per cent. for Y.

1 Write, for:prices and ask for ourjbpok; 6 insurance years. would be divided recommend between the that above the : ! :

11 "Why We Make:the IDEAL. Fertilizers named' gentlemen i a! i.; f
herewith, band yon lease of Castle '
Hall to be signed':by School Board and ;

Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Co. : the 1898.Knights I .,of Pythias. for'[ the year !; /\, ; =x

"1 'notified Miss Susan Sanders, :
5t 1.18-tf-if. Tadcsosv-vllle, norlcLa. teacher at:No.24,'and Mrs,S.$.Hobbs,: -t'I !

; ?Jgs' Foot Brand Blood and Bone' +$17, per Ton. ", by tt'acber.at the Board No.at 5;the of the last than meeting.ordered On ,., [: s

Sunday, January' 2d, 1898,11 received a ; :
\ : : communication from Mrs:H.S.Hobbs,
t : saying, she had referred the matter to I ; ;
the State Board of Education and would [
S e remain at Jupiter until she, heard from : !
them. I wired Capt. Armour, the supervisor :
o meet Miss Saunders at Jupiter I {
\ 'as she would open! the school )
ed
tkInteres i there on Monday. ,I submit all letters \:
and papers bearing' upon the subject, 'J
I among,,which is a '''petition signed by jf
t { s Chas.R. Carlin and others,*askingthat =
1
1 the Board reconsider their;action, and
East Coast of ? letters; from captArmour', and others !
Iflpida that the change remain in force. )) ] | ;
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Warrant were issued to the amounto
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$1,237.05. \ |
want to learn 'IOn motion the :Superintendent's: ' report ; I 1:'
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'I : More about its wad( accepted., : l.| \) i 1,
On motion,,the Superintendent was
Cliniate, i if ordered 'to 'make an equal division of ; \ t

;Resources, the i insurance, of the schoolhouses o f : ji,
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r Developmental\ and the county! "between John,|\lB., Reilly !
Possibilities and Chase&xllarney.. t' "I
P rnot.ionJ.V..
On
: Comstock was. authorized j "
{ /' Then.write to the undersigned,for a loopy of tt I It to expend the money received ' ,
for rent'of ball to the, Knigb' s of Py < :
.i1[* "Florida Eat Coast Homester,9'' thias for the_improvement the school l .:
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: : ? .yard. 'U jj : : ,
Mailed free to 1 The Superintendent was ordered to \1
: 1 S j J.'E.;INGRAHAM, |\, communicate.witl>, Mrs.< H. .Iobba to : i 1 fi.1;

Land CornmUonerFlorida] East Coast Railway, 4 learn if she. will go to: Leesf ille. and :
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''26noT-tf * 1> .ST. AK Twos, Fu: open school at pnce. If not';ie is ordered 1 ' J
to
another
employ teacher. ;
\ The contract} for painting the Lemon : i..
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of City:! bQO) house was awarded!to Clinton .'

1 Gnnbyjat\ $69. I | ;
1 "t The Everglade school house having :: 1 : ) i a

;' been:completed and r'eceivedl! '} by the : ''
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chairman, a warrant for $250 issued
was :
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( THE, POMONA NURSERIES, for payment of same.. ; : -
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NEW CATAooueFo : ': Warrants issued January 4th,1898, (
VIWIU. 1898i "
1899.32. 4_ | I \ :! '
i i BE.READY TO HAIL IN OCTOBER.., Ordered that' Superiiptendet''Mer- : i ;
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rite go to Jupiter and, if need be take [
One
follow esia
party write *a of our 189
cf ,loruc:. "will you please tead acacopy of ynur possession of the school house land ; \' 1
Valuable 14arsery CaialofBe.i I bad a copy,but I i ;
e1 lave loaned it. t fiad ao many tnl UOofa to U Ual I do act wi k to be wither a .. . 1 4
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f Iw A.Our mew sage Catal n wilt contain 'aitaAcI Lightning H.06. : !
food leatam of the i89calaloyob ide many }
new Once.. Fully Illattrated wi'h many new C. M. Brown' ,of Ocala' was tin! ,the !\
Photographic Viewa. We ofltr t foil line of i
Frail and Ornamental Trees a*d Shrnh>amp eJ city this week a guest ({of the;Hotel :
t0tioathetoplautia.lGtaloaesprepAddreaetP' \ / Miami. He is a 60-yeara' resident of I : : !
BROSl r Ocala and has been a valuable factor,in '
THE GRIFFING CO
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the development of the: orange and ;
1 i 'Vista.. -for. +SsctLern M !M ma.tleg.N.-.r.4. P01t0UA. .Jfl._ .ZVlls..-.;(1. JtACCI f.M.ZUT,PLA.. ; 1' vegetable industries of IMarloq'I t' and 1 : $
Sumpter counties. He
planted
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body T.'llli'nt\; Ido their share. All ads; H is a railroad terminus; it cannot -1

;T The Miami w need is a Board\ of Trade to'control,. be attacked, from the rear, and the
: Metroolis.i
; directand' '\, givejprpmincnce\ toour t!- torpedo fleet can take care of the harbor :- Bank !

forts. Why dO 't\we\ have one? We, haVe a fresh water 'river, qf B\ayisG.ayn\\
Jn the Postoffice at Mltmt, Florida I .
'i:! ..... *-.wcond-cUsi, matter. . -rWi \- '' here where thish, bottoms of the fleet,; can \ \:

\,. TH MOST SotrtHEBH: NKWSPAPEB PUB : would not be surprised to hear Covered;

!' LISTED ON TUX MAIN LAND orTHI any day that tje Florida East Coast \\1 I
' UwntD STATES.. Railway Company were going to build stores and, other supplies! can be rushed \ : : .
- io by train in response to telegraphic 4J, INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS or-FLOarD4: \ .
Published, bi the East Gout{Publishing Com eziensive railroad< hops at Miami. We orders'and' ;
Y in ,of and damage \ "r
paar a Corpotatlon.f' do;n know that t tie officials have ever jtase war i''
to the boats or their crews, repairs ; Conducts a General Banking \
,. WALTER s., GRAHAM, Editor: contemplated stlc a thing, but'we WM. M. BROWN .
could be \ wdunded cared
madethe
..JS'ubscription say, this because n our 'humble opinion' for PftCSIOCMTR. I Business. Issues D, ra f.All_

r On-rear;.... .,,+...,..Rates........,. ', it |would b aI!I\ very wise thing todo.jand and fresh menlbbtained.Everything i is\ coming.our way. R. 'MoCOR1llCK, Parts .of the World. Accounts.. :
Six months..::"., .4.M. t100tnz1e they are i men noted for their olicited and'' ''
\ : Favor Con _
'1VICt-PRt4lDrN Every
copies...:,.L.::: :::::::. fQj The operations of 'Mr Flagler are : jr
' Foreign subscriptions'. 10 cent' _to, cover sagacity and wisdom.' There are 'no the most important, factors in ourdevelopment CHARLES H.jGARTHSIDE.I . stent With Conservative Bank :.. '
'St.
postage... shops nearer, than Augustine. If \ AU4ttA.: \ I'
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out of repair on the engines ,
Sa.1e anything get ,
The Metropolis Is for at tha FollowlnfAgeacie .
natural advantages in the, way'of location I ,
*: i i i while here or the machinery of \ .
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4 ,A.T.CarterCocoanotGroveFla.Anthon7 the boa mechanic from the Ancient, ;, harbor er., even he could pot \ \ con :E: I : ;
Broil.Vetlt Palm Bvrh.Fla. \
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Alfred KsKern, at Wolle't G"nu'I Furnlshhif Citjf most be sent \down here, or the make! Miami-go' tj But the combination Seaboard, : National I Bank I ] ' r' New I Y o k'.'- it" t t
4 ._ Store, Miami. \ is invincible! Wat+;h Miami t Watch '
3 bamnel Belcher. Miami, f'U.i work sent there \before it can be r |t Nat'l' Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville.FOREIGN .
C.M. Gre r.ilUral,FU. marly ,the whole. Bay country I \
{ i Not a pieceof
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Key Wel ev_ Co., Key West,Flu ,.. paired. reeks ago :'"I- W : i '\ CORRESPONDENT; .. \
machinery on the Key West, boat : ,
$ all All check commnn,drafts>catlon,money should order be addressed and other and remltt was'l broken; the steamer was com' NEW,YEAR' lFTER1'IoUGHTS.I' s Knauth,\ Nachod)and Kuline, New York.' ,
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m'EAST made payable COAST PUBLlSniNQ to COy pel led to lay up lere and mile a trip "All the' world's: a stage, and all the

+' t Miami.Fla, while itjwas\ sen. to ,St. Augustine.' men and Wonien'jn\' it aTe merely players Elegant-Iron Vault: and Burglar-Proof 1 Sale With Triple Concussion Time Locks -1

I .14 '1898. sowt that the M ami arrives this ; they'.:hue heir exits- and their : ;. : ,!, ot:;the !Most t I ImDwei Make. 1.:1: :-I., j
t; !flail, FLORIDA,' FRIDAY, M. port! it would, seem that shops were, all entrances',, and ijne ,man in his time' -1.11-0 I \
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'-- ,--- the more( '\.necessary\ here.I This is! only plays many parts," etc., etc. So said' ; ': : 'I '. .jt,

th WK have no doubt that' All parties at it. Perhaps there is -U"t\! Shakespeare,'and:' It is just as true today CHASE &\ HARNEY

p. residing a +distance, whojexpected! to selfshuesp in our nUnds as we think. '" of as when then immortal, bard first ;- < . .. ":' 1j 1-

visit Miami and ,attend (he'hospital it. It, w uld be al go'od' thing',for theritylitwouid observed and noted the fact. , ML c FLA.. j .
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ball would -much.prefer to,come down be another advance In i Every community' I i3 a stage! and. all 1 '

1 when the ,hotels are full of Clients than our' progress\ and bring many-workmen! ,the.mad and women areplayers. Each. INSURANCE, .. FERTILIZERS. .

i at.a'time"wbE'n the season: could not be hereto 1 Itvt". Bui it does seem as speaks his little speech, takes: a post .

.. considered. as.fairly opened.. ,, though a fully equipped railroad: shop I tiori on the fron\;, holds it for a start: We nPl'NeDtXb! rty.&ix :million :'?!ft We;: are .ULr............... .i.;sea-. f....p..Q. ........,t._ r !

,> .' ,, at Mi.mll,1I a necessary institution ,torcompa1Y. awhile,' then', ret ires to the rear, and dollars ot Fire Insurance Capital, and ; sare''.and"IdeaT:brand of Fertihzwv _. :

:Kr the hospital ball has the railroad i finally ;exits. 'l'hinkof the plajerswho have paid over 85,000 fire looses in 't: Our PI.'li1. your Pocket and our
BKVEJIBER that
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Miami in 1897. Will write in Jade
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.been. postponed from, lIe 't Monday I ., .,.. J are playing i ,their parb'lnd of' or Brevard County.) ;/ U .. your'
1 those wbol have their
already played "
,night until Wasbingto Birtbday, ',
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'February 22nd.. Be sore and notify all BEFORE: another .taste\ of this paper ,,parts.in Miami. We can recall several I /
I meets 'the [public' eyej' the steamship ,faces who had prominent roles during Don't \to unless want
parties -at, a distance, to,whom youhayepold i 1 come os .,yo your ,IDouey's.worth.i
+ Miami willthave\ been greeted and inspected the of our: existence. They,
tickets of the,postponement, held leading, tbe front of t-iy If. / .: .
'' by fhe people! of this, home:,, positions on '
or wreU.necessary.f port and. will have! wWo*the, first the stage', They have made' their exits r c' i:
lou can recall,them! too, if you
"t! I'I. Committee strand \It bat' Will hind us, to the "Isles' stop and think.' They,Are gone. Others .. --
4 WE believe the Hospital of June." The nobl vessel, has been have.not gone, but have droppedfrom

acted wbely in, postponing the grand in, the mind and hearts\of the peopleof leading'r.ile tosubordinate parts 'f

,. receptipo'ball from.netMonday night Miami i, and of the' lrole"Statr for -they have) gone to the rear Others .Egger&Co. ..
BlrthdayL February who simply stood n the back row of
until Washington' 1 that matter from ttutime: \ the keel the chorus have come to ,the front; ina 4 :.' \
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22nd. This puts the 1Ot..CU rfancet- of bi Successor*to B. U BRADY A CO.
: was laid | the builders. Every. detail little while the>,too, will make their
+ the event at av:(date whtn.'the'touri't: of iier +onstructioti! her beauty' exit or step,back again-and all in one KS
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U< eeason;will :be : (:nearly; high watermark and hei speed; has been watched for year. Every town} is like a kaleidoscope : Groceries Grain Hay and Garden Seed, a 'oi
a What \
especially new town. a
,: ,and in o'uf.opl.ni at least one andl_,learnedj\ with'rapt rrte t'St. And field ,fora Dickens' But enough we .

thousand dollars moremoneywill.be: now,that, she, appears before, us complete are thinking\ and one must not think J//J4JH7 AQE TFOR MAPE& FERTILIZERS.tiy '

fr ', e.ured' for the hospital. ( fund than;if in_every anticipated'requirement'\ too loud. A':few of!the old faces who ,,
the ball',took'place next,}.f Monday,.as at for and uj on''the work were in the front In, April,'1890, are We roll the| attention of the people of bar Biacrne to stock of Staple', '
,' I ready entering, still there. Perhaps they ought'to be, and Fancy GrorerU,, Fruit suit cot Podutnf all kln l"also oar stock
flat intended.. :This, postponement of for which she was designed;'we maywell'stc4 for whenever,you sea;:a'man on top who +-- of Grain, Hay. 4rao.Cotton Seed Meal,Ground Food and Wheat i .' (

over_a,monlh will..give pur people that ,and consider: ,, how much,the stays there, there, ,is. usually! something line We tire oKOod thee much .longer to work andinake!it more, establishment ot the. \@rfice'upon In him. In the general shuffle of life .n4 Hollcltyour patronige. Very trnly H. J. EGCER & CO, A

of a suecesa' ,even locally,than it would'x which she brie entered,.'means. The unworthyindividual]( maj find' liim If '

'"bef"liha'd'occli !ed :next Monday- wtiote'country'will,feel l its benefits by i self even on though tap he-does but hi-cannot'foe his: stay betters there a!, .e : .. .$ .; e.. ..

'night. ;,, i ',\ I j, J "the establishment of' alqulck' mail and crutches to prop bmiself-up.) As Em-; t. ,

,:: i ', '" a. ,_ f t [ .I ISPXIKIXO I Ii I passenger.s'ervice between! the United er on sa)'.,hMen, like; water,find their .>

of"",the: opposition{: to Sf-nl. States'and lBIba.maf[ .To. our'own; nature proper..is level.f very rasci The i lating.study of Ob buman, me!! r MIAMI\ : ri: :. .:

j. tor'Hanna, an associated press dispatch State,.it'means'more. because 'it. wiltbring" : 0bimyl! J, ,, .L------| ,
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' i' him is t rough our J|portals' more {
:says,: "The ,opposition_ ,against! j -. 1 V ap % f> ,
the, most" compact and complete" ever ,travelers I and,, an Irainense' ."freight : UNTONLbOIC.Mir. \! .. .f
''); i o:": 'fhismaybetrue, | traffic..' 'To ""Miami \" vent is' ;of '\
gieinOhi
but! in our humble opinion \,the organization vitili! : Importance. not,\on1T: because ., Hobbs'[took.:advantage of ..theSun'day \' : e

,r : 'iD: his favor'is mor.t..compact 'of { the present advantages, but' of his wife'train and son and at paid Jupiter a,short, visit. to.: Blsinau! \ ;' \RP idence' 'Lots ':

v 'and complete! .than anytblpg'eleror-; the .wonderful}i possibilities' to come. Allen' Tasker, of Nest Bay City, \ ;

:p lied' in.the State, of:Ohio"or anywhere As we: revel;\ in thepresent,- :our passed were-be-sill ek en route

.else- an organization.. which, eyes peer into the' future-pal future not for Miami, >spend.r sometimewlth'his ,. .
:: : : brother'.\|' .r ''t t '
; stands ready; to::make itself! felt I and .very',dlra, norfar 'twayi 'We can see ,George; Brown'apleasant face was \ i 11: 'of

does:make itself efeltWbenevelts[ .Interests our:marvelous" magic city, as the gate ,seen'on our :streets :it an early hoar, \ A, EL : KINGSLEY I '.;

,:dare :At'stake; organization! way of'commerce. for the wholetouth'country. Sunday morning, 'coming in on tbe \ ,
;- 'tbe borders of .' We can see her\ with"a deep evening .train and returning Sunday General Mrs1"1 Julia ''c
confined to '
a which.I is not : Agent 'for D.: Tuttle.
morning t.lmetoc tcb bis,boat,on ( ., ,
anyobe'Statepd;: will put.. down,the harbor?;notonlyHhfe resting-place of I: the outward trip., ji ( :. I" \. '1'1 ,.
opposition;to Senator. Hanna whenever merchant vessels of thevo rld, but' JdlplIlna.Blackmer.and Miss Rachel

J 'It gets. ready, if it, 'sees fit to do,so.\S Bets; an, iinportaatnaval station rend harbor Taylor have' reorganized" the will Sunday] Prices, From $50 ;t to $1,000 t Per Lot t, According to Location. 'i
school"and that ,
for Unclemt t : +! .We can will ,see it.; not ,
in of
in five"'fayorof thousand:. Hanna dollars'are: lump'sums being.off! red. flee<'an intmense\. populatto.p of,happy, again should come have to the an support untimely of,end.the:older They RAILROAD, FABE io Miami over: the 'Florida-East Coaat:Railway. will be refunded - :
to each <,f a lot, provided purchaser will product receipt for
pnrchawr such ,
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what, prosperous people living the sunlight A town without church
Do you know that means? It..look people. or IK '
fare, receiptwill, rcceived"aa cash i in part payment tor lot..
-; ,'r.i though'the friends ,of"Marcus i of'our,: tropical'clime,\\I\busy and Sunday school mar expect to be frost-. "bfh. _:
I IMyK
Ahrelini'Eanna' had .purchased all,:the contented. I'No'joue. -who'! bears the, bitten.We received' 1 rj'! :package| of string ::1Mt Cf.P-ce-? : ," '

votes: tbatj are _necessary.. ;Probablyn : opinions :of. ,'some of our jnava\ | )\commanders -, beans, Monday morning from Mr. t__ ;

before tbisjreaches'your eye-the;one 01 other United States 'officials > Chard, of lemonCity, gatbered',after HOtEL IV/1IAMI/ I "
who competent and ofknowing the frost;''f resbj j and altogether, 1\ 1: :
,sided.contest_ ..will be over.- *- iTma ar K capable ; crisp: \ .
.. :' or 'of !esin'the delicious, for which he has our sincere ; "
." -.,.. .. J'-, ', ., .halls 'of representatives from', thanks.. Frost; like'.the;rain, falls ot ; i V. ar -ila,_- :
othe States
'" Congress : shall
the Just and unjust and who ,
(city needs a Board. \of,:Trade. can: 'believe| our t,visions;'"*Ito: be.-but draw the(dividing liner i \\ : :

It should have one,]What Is everybody's' dIeamsof;\, the, nigbtV They Millall: Bev.;Williams, formeripastor of tbe, NEW( ' :,

B buainese.! 1s nobody's :business; and grow into substantial reitit H.'. The ,colored Baptist, church aud"beret" came' tip] YORK BAKERY. f .
from Miami held
Saturday services -
there a any'.number: _of important, steamship:Miami! is /.beaatifuf:herald : in their church here He preaches 1 ... .
SSSr 1hlnrs- that could1\ be done to benefit of the good fortune this i;> comingto here one, 'Sabbath,;;in each month; .1 t24StreetWeetofl'aaee4erDepot| : << ,'.

and'.bnild up 'our;city,:which.are,not our doors.k", r \" : ,.j the rest. of'. tbe, time jl\air Hanna Bye 'i'
done because' there is ria .J..i v. ,v! .- (not Mark H.) m.'ftl the: pulpit. ;
!',now, onto, 1 Mr. :Williamsismucb'peared) ,with'his Pre 5!?!i Vienna, t a4t .
take the lead. :It. is not necessary to : 1 t.B.r ,
't uIAYTea.TORPEDO- STATION. charge in Miami;he' baa a congregation I Home Made t ..
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of these merchants '
speak, things Our ,' ot about H15t i! and says .tbe;.are I' ,. t 1. '
r and_ .business':men'.can,think of many The, officer tof' the torpedo: :.flotilla preparing to build a Dew' burcb. !I' Graham, 1 }

I channels, ,effort] which. ought:tobe! had }n tructidn!'.to' 'keep their., eyes ;Public opinion: 'somewhat dividedin ;" 'Baked daily'and> Delivered Fred to any part_of_towu.7! . j

;i- 1 opened!np:..iitd.'woirked.Mr.. (jFlag er open and report: as;to them ti favor.- in regard regard to to the pineapples best-cour'e,.some to'claimingthat pursue Rolls,Bans, Oakeaj!?ies}{ Everything first-olaes, Specialty of fresh confection ..;.

i.has done! and' willdoubtless, continue! ble potntforuarlnde1yoma; [ and'.asabase' ; : ,they should be treated to a thorough and not*. I;have one of the most modern and flr t-clasa ovena .Picnio and' excursion
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; Ito do a great deal fOJrlllaml.: but that of supplies..- ["Qood.;w ne\ /needs fertilizing'","now, others that i ii parties furnished-'on.short- notice. N i i .r ;

!\i. all) the m ; ].shoiild ',no: ''b1''b.! It:was: so,-.wi.l1l. \ ml, Would be better,tb wait an'd'se 'if next ; .' *:: \ A AM"MAYER.Proprietor: : '1pr'Eewember

'' Inotsit; .back'shiyertngtrithan. ! :: sty be- They came'an4.inspected. our Bay;;our month will bring another 1r d,4s'tbe I deUvet everything he of ohtrge Eewe her tbe place,12th'f+treet.Just wen'j H
hardest jin the ,last two has occurred "
: years nf pessenaer deopt' L j- .. ., -1.fs rf-nio : 'y\
aiw'thatiherewaerailrpad4wmunica .
and river '
sure wefear he may'quit and remain harbor, !!'r'Vater in, February If some experienced "
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Idle,ouraelvrs*, :.In our opinion! :all that with grower_will give his views on the 1 "
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|needed is astronVrepresentative ly In- the outside_ \world,etc, etc.r and 1 ',were eubject.be.'will"'confer a favor'astb { Fredk.I S. IV ;orse jy j--
settlers here have bad long, : '
not
a very : .
titation ,
plainly outlined'plans satisfied that lftam< is the most
r | of. i ] : available thOugh\ oD what i trying,experience. -t ,, .
work", and. men officially authorized. by point :on the\.southern' portion.of .The latest .fish story is, that during \ ':
the community go'ahead., We .have the At"nticcs, !,'and were: unanimous the 'recent cold' snap ,flab\..were)!lyin, REA'EIgrrA'TE'

plenty,of. wise,'shrewd\bard; "worker in expressing their ophlon'>tq that:ef around' luose'on the beach'at Lake ; :
here that could, do,wonders Jn. _.deyeloplv feet.Jaehonvllle.. i\ j Worth so stiffened by-cold' that they '
: fell 7j
t' were'unable to tonikand an fUr.; ;
tug this clt'U.tb"' ,' ;went about Jtl - i's .too Gr. sea :
| prey* 'M!. Caton brought \'eralftne Miami Dade Co.j Florida : "
Everything' .on our aide: We have: and too far!,north;1st.: August ne;'tonot specimens down.'here-Spanjsh mackerel ,j ., ,

the advantages to offer' l industries anq far enough south]', Key W st'could ),'pompano and red snapper-which '

e, settlers.We: have: the energetic. citi4 be blockaded,and cutoff .tromp' opn he!ticked is'\!up that on they the were beach.driven i|The.,!supposition Into AGENT .F R'tANDs ' JT14 : \l :'

i n. 'who, believe,in'Miami-and 'wiii tion with the, mainland;and 'lit'lias no shallow ter.; by larger fish!or proba' \ l t .

,work, tor her 'interest, Mr.. 'Flagler, railroad .CflD; ttb D.! Jli mi fmt'ihp: blyisharkjand owing, to 'the unusual !\ Florida East ;'d(' l.kaitV Co. i; :
'believes: duplicating the results of bill It lithe most_southern Vail!way temperature of the waterwere';]! benumbed J 7 '
,as we.learn 'from good authority Florida ( oas .Line 1 Canal and. Trans.,Co., .. Ji;
oar energies.<< ...,He will do itln. thil.JD, terminus on jh, m&Jllarfd,;; it has an t'o'il. ,
i that neither Lake Worth nor the '
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R9rkntrespect.,, ,We believe eyeryII -,, excellent hubolfor}: light'drif ',tes1 ,. .Boston arid.'FIorida'tlantic,. \: Coast Land Co4 -

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:-."' -\,.. TO OUR STEAMSHIP 1_ "MIAMI.1 ". POSTPO'De! ,iW with, motber Mrs!: Carney'.and father and ,,the Mrs.baby Harland, also Williams]\! and Clark I \Eeriilizor i CO. <, t

Hashed were the ocean'i water, i i \Trapp and<< Mr- and Mrs. Brondgeestj; i\

The wind sat down benign, '| 1 went Kingfisbing yesterday. in the
The sea glaoced 'lip to the '',.sunlight Statementof\ Reasons I forthe Postponmeitl Daimler. I, \ NEW, YORK. ',. \'" '

With a smile, serene, sublime, I.j i i! | ;.i ; The Library, Association of Cocoanut -: I '. t ,-
": Grove will bold its annual
.j And whispered to rock and mountain-; ' meet- '.. '- t
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g\ At whose feet it had lovedXti play: The I Hospl\ii :Ban' Will W held* 'on Washinji .- log for the! election\''of officers on the High Grade Bone : :lr ,

;\-' "List to the gladsome tidings. N i i ton's Birthday, Instead of Next lion evening Saturdayjtbe 16th at 7.30 p. "
Tbe"Mlamr'aafsto-dq, \ m, in tbe fibrary ball. All-members \ \
} day night.
\ \ are earnestly requested to be .
present. '
'il "She will float across mil', bosom :A''' The committee\ of twenty-one which I Rev. ,C. Fred Blackburn, the new Fe t IzeJS J \

'\\1'f To ber home ber'Death Southern skies. i has in hand the, matter of making ,the pastor of the M.; E. church :South: will i ,
And I must her'safely Hospital Pall a success,;! held a meet- preach at Cocoanut Grove on Sunday I ,4
And swift as the sparrow mn.,11] ig' at the council chamber last Moti- 16th inst., at 1 ).80 a.'m' and 6.90 p. m. I '
. I" :A.nd for ar. I shall do her bidding; day, nights for tbe purpose of cousider-; Mr. Blackhurn ill'|;make ,his head. ", ", t ; ..... 1 \ i ,', ::: {' .}
The wind'shall obey her; will !\ log the advisability of postponing tbe quarters atj Cocoanut Grove for tbe B I') .; -'-''I<'' ,!
At of old, when the Prince of Heaven event from next Mo day night, the present. ',' "; < i <
Commanded"Peace, be still 1" ] [ Schools Merritt.- drap.efruir' Strawberries:,\ ?l.
Ttb insti the date ..which' had beeu \Superintendent [' . j Oranges; ;
Neptune has known,and loved her) fixed, to,,Washington" (Birthday: February In .com pan with. Dry ackion, visitedthe '
'22nd 1S9S. Several'" members, of schools] at Cutler and tbei! Everglades '' r
Waiting herTomlng so long, i\ 4Lemons' I ITotaccoJ ;Tt :
'Till like.Venus she rose from the waters the committee| -discussed" the' subject on Wednesday,$!and the:school, : ,' PineapplesVegetables, I
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yesterday.
here found
They "
and tbe almost unanimous
meeting was\ every
On the breast ot.Nereides'song; I : I ;:... ,1,
j i He has called her his pride.;""Ulami" in 'favor,of the/poatpooment. thing in, excellent condition at All the ...l'\ i : -;:.1' f
'; :And ,happy the-day shall be. ,4 The principal. reasons for considering :- schools. land > -,; I
the wisdom! of/this' that Mr. Kirk \IMunroe: lis now reading .beentried \ R :
I Al he watches the child of hi*bosom, ; step were MHave proven- Jby the" : : !
: of his book "The
believed
proof
it if the event red new Copper
,Float out as Queen of the sea; \ was !; QCc \ '
:' His trident'be holds above her., !i during the! beJghtb' of the tourist season Princess" which,, will Soon begin as a lo'riG'rower for1.5 consecutive 'l, I' : '
Commanding 'sea'and ky,' \ Instead, ext Monday night tbe serial in Harpers Round Table. He is II :
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,That! she may sail through waters ram, financial resul 'would be' far more satisfactory also writing to order a long story, the years. 'I\ ,t-. L '...>' 1 I -" _
I Though a storm be raging nigh. 'i|I : jThere will be very few scene, of which is laid in South Florida, : ', ' 1 ..
: guest! aat.'ihe\Royal| Poinciana 'and IorlLou\ mans &: Greeriof London. '
""'bed'\bII'Venu! aro+e from the' billows.' Palm Beach by next Monday J.'J. McAllister has';8ome of tbe fin- W.i\ -J.. SHONE, Agt., ,Cocoanut; Grove, :Fla.I .<
t' r As tbe anClent'r et. would II&J. | probably no't more than- two orthree, est I glade lands in South Dade, Just I '
i Shewas caught by the master-builders.; bundred-tw'' er as by [Washington's'' back of the Grove. He and Dr. Jack. ; Flai ' '

And though brief in their port her stay, Birthday it ia believed that these two son have about one hundred acres' that \,. N. GAUTIER,' .lAg ., Miami, i, \: I :,
Now. ut from their aktUllIl1iDgen'I; arge'hotels!\Iwill be filled with tourists.A . different parties have set out with to=: I t '
'Comes a perfect,ship they say. low' excursion rate will' be announced matoes, ,etc., and Cher'' ';,will. be more' J r \I :'j'- I' -
between Palm Beach tomatoes shipped fromithere| this Florida Warehouse PalatKa. :
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scattered', <
Fast palm-derted islands, ( :Miami and J instead of only twenty-five son than.from any other,section.Gi '

.Llb-Ole gardens sug-ktuedepleal ofa god.;dor \f' or fifty people attending tbe Ball from S. Hardee is a very experiencedand W. J. 'POL L RD'IMgrl, Southern Department 'j t
She-floats in the Palm Be ch'Ihotels; 8\itiwu\ feared, successful orange planter. He has ; ,
?.. To'where dusky does have trod; Would, be thecase, | next ,Monday, night,\ just| [ set out! 3 acres 'for Mr. Wing- 24deo-Sm68.bIJ9: j I :AUOU3TA GA- '
,To a land of life and romancer| l' it is believed! that on Washington's land, 3 acres for MTV..Broncas, and 1M :

To the land of.son and flowers., \ tirtbday,several, hundred guests from\ acres i for J. D.jGrabam'\ ,of Orange City. I' t . .. ,
sheen I
Where moonlight;>> :, tills In phosphorous" hose! hotels jwould" attend the event. The trees which are fine orange and '
\ \ To gild the'forest bowers. / The guests jtvho are alm Beach grapefruit varieties are looking in General, Contractor'I ,

,t All'hal to this Queen of the Ocean '*. next Mondayjwijl! '.have only {arrived a splendid condition, and hot a tree was .Ruttter : -,
'p', i .. Goddess of beauty and light- "'* ewdays, ,before 'and will1: probablywant lost in the setting. This'speaks well 'Fre'd Blasting.' Dynamite..
j; Wrought of most cunning"workmenSwift -/ to rest;I whereas# month hence for Mr.. Hardee's ability.lt\ -
\ '* as the dote In her fllabt," /,i the hotels will have filled kip, and U ia The BiBcayneBaji Yacht Club held : r 1 i Fuse and Capst.. y .'

'Beitful and dainty her: fittings believed that and\ excursion' to :Miami" ', its first regular monthly meeting 'of .; 'Ii. \ r, V i Always ,.on hand., >} ,
Supplied from the world's best sore.i will be,very popular. 'the s@u n.last'. Saturday Evening.Mr. Sldec-tf -. : ;
c i.: :Rich trophies from Wery,country' ,Aside from! this, manyl prominent A. A. Boggs was elected ta active .
\' people have ,written expressing .thelr membership and Lieutenant. Hugh II' I - -
4 .Have passed within her door/
1 ; JV **C /!"!":' !?*, S*>|VifH..claimer" 4"Hovf -. egret at not being able to'attend' tbe Willoughby tb season_ membership.{ -VV,. 3 l$ ONE
proudly ve greet'and' IC Ball next Monday,night', and: saying Ihe club.'will hold..it annual regatta > .
1 .,.Aiabl: s lngsent from heaven,' 4.i hat they would be able to'do': "so. if it as usual on.February-22nd, Washing- '" "!: '1 '
i ,Juit one among many others ti ,|: occured a few weeks' later. i i .ton'8'1Blttl| :da |. and will give a recep- : l' ,'
''. From'the hand that hai'mlllloUi given?' tion Tropical .4COCOANUT "
The'above' reasons were {consideredsuftlcient with dancing refreshments in aplAgeQC aR
1 :To adorn and bless! our country.f. ,\; by"tbe mmi te'especially the evening. \I :
heard
,|,e Lone live this- knightly man ',;it'. in view I of the fact that ,it wil) be justas 'The toot of the born is In the
.1 .Who loveV not the glittering met. L't. acceptable to onrf own' people to attend 'and.[ On every side and at all.honrs is ,cR4E FLA.. t
\ 'Save.,it serves his pileotgltingtoodtofbehungryt the Ball five weeks hence as at heard strains OIl music. ,The Grove is : . ,, r : : J', ,

.. _hAnd present. It' w.s'elt that here was to nave a brass band. /The instruments ., ,. Four JnUes.south| of Ulamir onBlecayne., Bay; '_,."
.: K" work: to tbe anxious throng much to lx*';"gained by. the postpbn- have'arrived, and the boys are, practic- : '
.< And a home to tbe feeblebodied'Oh ment and-that nothing wou dbe lost. ing. There. ar 12 members: in' the ] \ .:
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eoibracefl of finest and
the
My list some pineapple vegetable, ;
Drange
; glad be live, and long band 'have : -1
motion being
may made the they
: Jpon ) that, ; a meetingroom'andare 1
lands in tropical Florida. Building lota]and elegant bay front-; :
FThen sDeedlO ship, o&thy JourneyT date for.holding theiBall\ be postponed making good progress.\Hlt\\ will not '. : .." : ""
-|' Well watch for thy coming again. i!I, frou .January17thlunlll February. 2nd be'' J long before they will, play,well together WANTED-825,000 to loan on good security, at seen per cent., ' \ ..
|:And strain our eyes to-the seaward ');' next; (Washington's Birthday,) "\it ; Mr.. Rice',is leader, and Mr. I\ 7jan-tt-Lfsmu] ,
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.8 For lot such a fleet in her troth-, was unanimouslyng '. I ried. The meet-, Robinson time.' preceptor: !l'hey'also :'-,
Ot ships from tountrlet of the general committee, then ad- expect to have stringed: :orchestra in -I + _
]| 'With many strange many flags unfurled, :. Journed' and .Ibe-executive :<< -Jtlnl1ullA: illks! ,'and ra lee..\ '.; | was called', io order by its Chairman/ for? d&nCes.r kid. other festive occasions. repast was varied .and sumptuous '. for "wintervisitors. '
the. Hon.'Fred'k\3.lMorse. { / .' 4 besides the guests of the,hotels.tbe. idly \ ,
all "
its treasures from the world. a I hbguests Best location
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.J city ,
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illurig ..
; This committee.decided that a:/e- Tbe InnJs up fast lowing residents, of and visitors In ; '
'ben we'll hs te-to our wharves" ,enraptured,, ception of some kind!' should'Ibe. ,given for;,the season; among the more prominent Miami,sat down "tithe' .royal board 2lIrl. pleasant AvIth welJ.rurnished rooms. Table, r'
|.Impatient to welcome, and greet the! Miami'on, her arrival, and;i .was registered lately.are:>Mrs. F. N, .Julia D. Tuttle. Miss Fowler, supplied tbe best the market afford "
And shout with tbe throng,'en1t&n&. : decided that the'(committee; ot twentyone Dutton, Thos.;Jefferson Cooledge, Mrs. )r.' and Mrs*. James M., Jackson* Jr., Dates given on application
MBs. W:H. IViATHratTt .
J "Miami Is leading the fleetr } .would); charted i a launch-4tnd go F.S ar( and daughter of Boston,Mr Rev: W. W. Faris D D, Mrs. Faris, Mr. \ .' ''"' :
All hall to thli gem of the'ocean, ''' down and meet the. Miami on tits, arrival and .Mrs. Newbold and .dadghter,'of and Mrs. Joseph A. McDonald Mr. South, side of 13th I st.,: f fsecond ,
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1 Beautiful;safe,and tree t: and extendja'< All bU'to our angel of fortune',. i 1 to the ship. ,itwas! also' decided to Mass.; James McIntyre and;wife Eau H. E. Tuttle, E. E. Vaill; Rev. E.' V. : : .. ;
\MlamL the.Queen. of the_Sea :; throw the* Miami!;' open 'to: public -
1 ?, .-Mu a BUSinio.yxtAbont,0ampbor. next Monday,"January 17th. Baker of Lancaster; Pa., and! HowardPainter'ofi'biladeiphia. Fred'k. S..IMorse.. Judge .Woodbury, Notice of Sheriff1' Sale.; .
t ,' \ Either the Biscayneor' the Santa' Lu / A."tDarty.of Mr LaarV, W. F. Babbst; Mrs Under an by-vtrtue. of'an execution issuedout
c cia will make twos\ trips from the rail five from Massachusetts will arrive tomorrow I and :Miss Scaife and Wm. M. Bennett. of the Coanty' Court, Dade County Fl0r-

I r Trees,: \ road wharf on the! ,,Miami river down -and sever,1 more are expected i After' supper 'a. delightful dance was Ida, 'In a, (certain cause,' therein ,pending, '.
We wish;to acknowledge thanks,.to the bay to "the Steamship Miamif The next week ,A H I r I Indulged -In, 'in which many of our wherein L. (; Lyman and M;B.Lyman, associated '
the! Hon. Secretary* of Agriculture excursions 'will leave, the wharf at 9o'clock ,.-Dt'..H.T. Deaq-and' wife left last 'young society people who came later ;under the'firm Dame and style of Lyman A
,for,three young, camphor trees which : in the mornfngland at 2 o'clock, night for''their":'borne in, New York aparticipated. 'It .was? intended that a' Co.;'e pUlntlffs, and 0.,1(.-Head wu defendant -
have arrived in good condition. .:They; i in.the afternoon.! Tickets, for] excur! City after a three[, weekst visit at the German' would )be beld; but the or-i, ,on judgment therein:entered oatha s-
: have' been planted and will:be. giver lIon will be fifty cents]which inr inn;- He has extensive dental;parlors chestra not'being,present, Mr. Miller 5th day of January: A.D. use,in.favor' of the .
proper care," ,- .. sIn -. elude inspection of> the ship.rill' the' onXexibgton avenue, New York City, presided at the;piano.and with Mr.! said plaintiff and against the said defendant. "!4 '
connection we;, would sajrgtba4 proceeds will' 'be." "applied. to"the and' business compels him1 tdretarn, Barnes and his VIolin made splendid I bare levied, upon and shall proceed to sou ail ..... ,
E. ''L. White, county commissioner tal Fund ,. !.4. t, :; Dr od.'M"'Dea: are. both ;fond offisbing music for the occasion. (, the property! of the said defendant, at public,* '.
from this district,' informs usthat We trust that our-''people, g nerally and,water excursions;and have About one.hundred guests have already outcryto; th highest.and best bidder,for cash, .
'there are a number of large ,campho will visit 'the ships j IIs alsi hoped I really exceeded= tbe'efforts of all other registered' at .the hotel; applications before the'door: of the court house at.Juno ;-
''trees growing-at Quincy Florida and that the people ofCocoannt Grove; : guests .in' their'catches'of-fish.: The are7being'received every day Dade. County Flortda,011 "n '
in /vicinity of, that place and, that, Buena Vista, Lemoc .City and: other other'.daytheycaaght; 2&kiugfish with and tbe Royal Palm will soorvbe filled. Monday, February 7U,A. D. 199S
he confident thousands of young outlying settlements, will ,also'.attend' rod and reel, and}one of,them'was a ''Professor Oehl and his orchestra the following described real estate, town: It
trees could ',be procured from that one of-the excursion and Inspect'' tbe bigifellow weighing 27: pounds. ,Dr rlvedon.'Wednesdaynight's" : train at AU the 1 interest of the above named defend-. r
neighborhood. j new ship, and thaW not")only have an Dean Bas-collected and shippedj\)North 11'p. m and the series of exquisite. ant O.MJfeesd, ,in and to Lot?,df Block 78,.according -,
,The supply,of trees of cul-I\ enjoyable: time' but contribute their two Boxes of tropical plants: ferns, sea ,concerts. will commence at once: to a pint of the town of Unton on tie lathe <<
ural Department is now entire exbaustea mite, to,this,most;:worthy.object.: ,f. curios', etcYs'.the test ever sent' ,from offlc 'of Uie, Clerk of tbe Circuit Court .
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bur the commissioner expects t..'r II ;' vsection.Among them 14:* fine :: YOU WANT A BABQAIN'* 1>ade'cou ty.1r.torlda. also all the defendant'
,to have '..nflicient'tree"'t _...suppljr,,all. ITEMS:FROM COgOAKUT. QEOVE I I collection:! ,orchids.-iThey will be DO. : '- interest_ln and to Low If of Section 8,contain"
!;demands early:next summer.-. ; : placedin: the ;Doctljr4largeconserva-' In Real Eat&te f 1If l So,'B *d,,This AdTertlsef tug twenty-acres) Lot 15 of Section 9,containing
Wee clip the following .from 'thf The HonsekeepeJ CI ,arrang. toryat.his .residence/ \ :. 'll J|;' : mant. 24! acres M Township ,south of Range east,
Washington"; c.orrespondenceln'a.f i1 ing for a' grand" fair'an ('b be sFOR'rHE Good house,'five, rooms and kitchen, according I to ,,map,entitled fA! Map Showing
adflphia daily: J1' held soon. l. .,j OPENED: ,SEABQN., ;. practically new, at Buena Vista, closeto Subdivisions Townships 45 ana 46, South"of,. ; .
Secretary.WilSon of the AgVicnltujral : Mr; and }{rs. Dean; 00 jb-iS' with ,i<. 10,1 -' ., 1\\ bay,on road between depot and bay; .Range d has |Dade County,Florida," In and k
:Mr. EWlu to-the: edge : .Everglades The, HO'1.1toJ-&l Pahn'Givw'a Delightful Eaceptton -' lot 100x200; enclosed in good rock wall. for' said count; Ale in the office of the Clerk
Department would said be madefby:today that the De arrangements on Wednesday.', I 1* T and Banquet On Wednesday Klght: Come and see Fruit trees,pineapples, of the Circuit CourCI '. : 11/:
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partmentfortbethorougfi introduct Postmaster Pine is\} some. .The opening reception"at the "Uo lRoyaJ" variety of shrubbery. Cost over 1700., I And I have farther levied upon and shall pro.
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large ripe strawberries from his patch Palm Price ceed to sell as* the of said defendant ,
ion,of the camphor tree In' Florida. ; ;; ,,vWednesday night, 1,000. property '
He added that there was 'doubt that back of the post office; )t J- '.\: though an Informal iairyetwascer- Five acres. pl ndid hammock land at the time!and:place and under the terms afore. '
:the tree .would bea, no there "" Lieutenant Willoug b1' nd wife will tainly:a.very""brilliant one ,and'\jthor- on.south side of Miami river,two miles said, the following described personal property t
it had'already passed: success the ,; as start for a trip southward I on ,Sunday, .oughly -enjoyed ,by, the :numerous west of the city .Two and one-half fa>wit; L dom)cued Winchester rifle f. trunk ':1'.'
,etage.-- The Department experimental will allpossible to be gone several dayv j. f guests 01.;;the hotel ;already here;; and acres' cleared, and grubbed;.cost $160 and contents;t'\Wx books/t oil stove and spider,
encouragement in the give of I Mrs, Harry' Munsoni, w llarrire. at the:;;prominent citizens of* our\\ city to clear. 'Price, only $100 an acre. a cots,t globe lantern,8 haks;! rocking chair, ? l
supplying seed end trees way and the Grove next weekq r Ste' willistart who participatedJtfthe event.- Manager 'Forty acres; being the south-west's t tables*; ''cans'fruit fishing rods and reefs;. ;
Mr."Wilson predicts,that young the .r .H; W." Merrill has commenced' of sooth-east% of section 23,township 8 bens,1 cock,sacks,fertilizer,I cpltlvator and i
will:soon be producing a sufficient country Mr.and3frs..Browaq Mrs.Will-.; the; season rith! .a practical ''ieri-r (3 south, range.il east, lying one' mile fixtures.1 ked drill and fixture t hoes,3 grub .
ply :of',.camphor. :fos its own -need sup. bugbby took drive. on]! Wednesday_ op dence, of, hilbuperior' ability as anentertainerfyTbe and a quarter west of,depot eat Buena hoes,1 spade.'l f shovel,l rake,t iorkI scythe o. 'it;
,He: ,also announced his to to John Ellis beautiful place on the spacious rotunda, Vista;.splendid land;,good road past 1 powder blower, 1 table,bed and mattress. i J'i
adopt a' for the encouragement purpose Miami River.! "" 'H.\ '} 'corridors and,reception rooms ofj!> the the land. Improvements going on all "*', .l.R.J'.CaiLLCtOWOKIH, t'|' '
of'the grow of walnut the i Ber.James'Archer!and F'Ire'4 Key .magnificent; hotel wa ablaze with electric around this land. ;Excellent for citrus "; I Sheriff,Dade County, Ha "
English West' are' spending' 'few dayslwith and of fruits free.rof: rock Bobbins 4 and JI.B.8aundenJr.\\
the tree' of Which. wlll he thinks do lights; a mass superb tropi- 'Comparatively I ( Graham i
we T south.of Washington, Bev.,and Mrs. Bolt d. ,Mr.. Archer cal foliage and flowers added beauty to Price,"$20 an acre;? Apply to James'A.:. Attorneys for plaintiff. 7Jan-feb4[ ",
} anywhere will preach in the .CTnionj Chapel on the scene; ,4 ':?i 1 McCrary, Bnena Vista or-his'attorneyijRobbina : .
'. I ._F Sunday, morning and'evening.' _- ,' magnificent""' menu" was preparedfor fir Graham. ;Miami.. ", .Advertise in the MXTBOPOLU; its' ... '

$ubacribeJorthe:-MiraoroLU. : ... T Captain- Richard Carney,.in com aoy .the banquet of the ''evening.The..., : .... -.lodectffJ, ..- ,circulation i '\on_the east coast, is)large.,\. -

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,,; 6 i ;- THE MIAMI METROPOLIS\ t JAN 14, 1898. .t., '\ 'J" 1 ..\ I

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t B .-: I Wanted. GATHERED IN EUROPE.A Launch for Sale Cheap. CI'NFfttOFF1C: ; A DiREtTORf\;

uena.r :Boarders at Mrs. R. W. Boyer'. dozen *onps-on President Faure'a The launch Edith R, now in charge ,
south tide.of 13th street, second door Russia of S. II. Richmond, at utlpr. In good
journey to
;: had the
appeared
put of Avenue. C. Bates reasonable.A taM boulevards on condition, very light 'draught, huge: CITY\OFFICERS., .
was
before the alliance IB.
:UnoB-John
Reilly. \
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'' carrying rapacity, good !sea boat sailboat
i :nnounoed. \ \ ALDKKHKX-Joa. A. McDonald1 lion I
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\ : model, built to order of best ma te
Offer '
I Tempting Singers at the Berlin opera are not allowed I rial. Will sell very cheap. Apply :toobbins F. S.Morse,W. M.Brown J.E.Lnmmna ,.
I Vista.Cottage H j! We offer lets 1..2 and 4 of Block E.Miami. to ride on bicycles to the theater '& Graham, Miami, or ,8. II. Frank T.BndgcJ.D. Coegrore, Walter 3. ,!t-

They are situated on the south ai Count]Hochberjr, intendant ofbe Ri.chmondCotlpr. ortl-tf Graham. ,
side of the river. These lots comprise a has CITT CMCBK-John MGranam.MABSHAL V i
tract of land having a frontage'of 114 feet .opera ', forbidden the' praoice. Robbed the Grave.. -Young F. Gray.

facing the river; also 100 feet front on A startling incident which: Mr.John CITY SCBTKTOK. L. KnOWltOK::. o
Avenue D. and 260( feet on 18th afreet Capt. Baadej with the Austro-Hun Oliver, of'Philadelpbia, was the subject, PHKSIDEST-OF' Cocsctt lion. F. 3. f
Two milem.north
of Miami, We. these Iota last and rarlan expedition to the arctic V
DeJ bought cheap May regions i B narrated by him as follows: "I wpg in Morse. r
rime: to the. offer the thive.for$1,650. Will be pleasedto has already returned| ." lie was unable a most dreadful condition.. My akin was STANDING COMMITTEES; .__
5 '
; RailrOad\ the
pot \
show them at time. to Ox FIKAJICK Badge, Brown and "Mo
any go beyond 80 degrees, minutes yellow, evesi. sunken, tongue coated, pain 1.
: hay.New Building large,'airy! 2-18-tf t BOBBINS. & GRAHAU. north latitude bn account of the ie. ron Dually in back and sides,no appetite Donald. .tON
Bedrooms. ; : : -r----r-----.. Jean de l* !3zieandivK.were ,'a'df'rbiJt gradually growing weaker 'diy by RULES AND ORDINANCES Graham. :
it
Hunting, Fishing, Boat-I! i By outside, wholesale firms your among: thjf purchase at,the day. 'Three physicians had given! me np. ..McDonald ON STREETs and AND Brown.IMPROVEMENTS-Mo
standing is often calculated by the of stud fortunately a friend advised tr>ing'Eleo '
ap- yearlings the Jo enval
frpm > Donald, and Lnmmnse.
Coegroye
ing.F' / trio Bitters, and to my great joy e A-
h Cuisine., f pearance of the Stationery that land
you The tenors bought '
t'he c6lt Ormeson f Ox SAN11'ATIOW-Lummu1
/ r1.010 Badge, and
tbe first
', surprise bottle made decided
a
use\ That turned out at the MKTROF- .
'' while V
Ontario
for$3,100 and Oasis! improvement. I continued their! Cosgrove.
Chas. Courly, Prop. otis;office i U of a quality you may be use for '
for $-1.000'ent.. ONiWATER AND FIBE PKOTECTIOK= *
MrVanderbilt.Naples'
of. tf tf : three weeks and am now a well man. I I '
N-N tt is. proud Cosgrove Graham\ ;
I t'amorTA' ets in its best work\ know they saved my life add robbed the and Bodge.
on the card dli e[ The system Sl"ems'' grave of another victim. No 'cue should ON POLICE AND CB.\RtTtu-BroWDp :" :
: to have obtaineit a foothold in London. fail to try them. Only I 50( cents per bottle Lammas, and Graham.' ;t:

where .pangu pt t| roughs, according to 1 at 14jan-eoOw Townley Bros.' drug store. POST I frrEK AT-MIAMI--J.8. Warner i"_

MIAMI- the KailuaJ'Tlmet.waylay the omnibus ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-Frank.Pierce. "
ra
conductors,aiid ixact a tax fr.m. them To'Real Estate Agents.
STATE if;
ou their$1lyreeeipts.; Business was 80 dull in jour I line OFFICERS. / .
A ha.a tv/Pans: undertaker came near during the first year of our.existencethat Ofllees at TalUtiagsee.Fla.) f.GoVUN '
i-Wra. D. Bloxham. f;
buryiuV/B. man alive recently. A man we did not feel like urging you';,.to
BUSINESS and RESIDENCE SECRETARY OF STATE-Jno, L. Craw,
died /in/a{ 'room in,which his paralytic use printer' ink very lavishly ford. "

j broth r also slept. ,and was measured' for We feared we'could, not i gaY'.'' you COIIPTKOLLD-Wtn. If. Reynolds.TRKASCBKB :' !,
hi'c 1Hn. For convenience' the family valu'e.recfivPd for your money -J. B. Whitfield.ATTomyGaxgwWm. .
==LOTSNow r cbanjfed, the beds About,and ,the under- When sell real there estate.were no buyer$. you( could'not ; B. Isamu. .\I

.. a er'* men |the [ in the SuriBISTKNDKNf, OF PtJBUCJ IjCSTBUOTIOX. -
: put paralytic Lots of: money is squandered in ad .......Wm..X. Sheets:, .' of
/coffin Intended
his brother. When
", for ertising which brings no returns. .CoMlIISSISSIOYER' t
For. \' .' / I the time for thS funeral clime thisluckily Judicious advertising pay ,better B. Womb well. aADJOTAisTd3gNEHArPatrdk AaafcuLtaEE-L.' .. "
'
,discovered' the:real corpse. than any other investment you. can Houston
London. has followed the example of make. .'1
f Paris }In 'pajingr' Matters of l.r In tips.A If you have something ''to' sell andhere SUPREME COURT- JUDGES 7' J'

Prices From $100 to $1,000 Per L ; man. employed a first-class hotel, are.fieop'le who want what youhave R F.'Taylor,Chief-J notice, .
it will))
i / who was arrested recently' for overcharging make the fact known.pay you handsomely to F. B.Carter;Associate'Justice. <,

/ guests, excuse' that lI.Mabry.; AeegciatuJnstiee. ;"J f
ga\e as an
We believe from extensive otwerva-
.1 : / According to L ol ation. 'lie way provided in 'the morning with don that printer's ink pays' the real Officials Communications Supreme to ,any Judges of the should Stat. .,

/ $?0 In cheeks' and bad to make the sum estate dealer better than any other be addressed to Tallahassee, Florid ::1
good business providing there i is: demand :
received maul
,by evening. lie no wages | a -
\.'i, T" // and was charged for breakage. ,His for land in the locaJitY'wl.aere'. he U.S.SE'NATORS'FROM' FLORIDA' r .l
r Railroad fare to Miami over the Florida EaslJ Coast Bailway will bed refunded to character was.good 'the truth of his is located.: Hon. Samuel Pasco, Montieello, Fla. /'

I'i"" each purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for such fare which statements, was not;Denied. There j'a a good demand for lands in Hon. Stephen Mallory.;.Tnllnhnrooo, ...
.: receipt will,be received ea c88hiupartpa1mf'ntfor\10t.: 1/' : this vicinity. It constantly increas-: ?la. ..*- __ }1
\ \ THE WHIRRING WHEEL ing.Land buyers are arriving',in this.
; / Call l'on JOHN B. REILLY section every day. 1 x
; \ Agent, j. UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN
It is "said ne the If you can make one sale of a thou- FIRST DISTRICT "
year guarantee Embracing the East ;
..it /1 Fort; Dallas Land Company, Miami, will cover a\] period of three sand-dollar property with the help of 'oast-Hon. B. W Davis, Patatka. ':

Or J. E. INGRAHAM: Yice-Pres't 7 months only. ] the METBOPOLIS and gets ,commissionof SECOND DISTRlcr-Hon. 8. M. SparkmanTampL .,
.flY temper cent., you will make enough .a
F rtDailasLand St. AiigustineFla.Little \\iMousln) cjcli-tj) must still pay for money out of the one transaction .opay ,. -
r' i-io-iMs ; Co., their heels! on raih dad journej They for a lot of advertising.We \
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSt
r\\ : are saying: "Wait uKtil nest part'-! are confident the time has arrived ,, '''.
R. Davidson
: The estimatedeostot. the bicyCle path When it will pay you,, handsomely to Bill Quincy, Fla Ch'nH. ;

which is to be; built. from Buffalo to ue'our advertising columns 'liberally.;. E. Da* Gamsville. I .'..
it. Bros. Fertilizer IHD Phos at6 Co Describe the J.M. Bryan, Kismmmee. ,: t
best bargains bare T
you y:
; sp ; Niagara Falls is $500 a mile. for sale and give price. "All goods John .Neeley,Jr., Clerk, Arc dia.. ".\
bJcl[ two .
: Montana taxes dollars a marked in plain figures" is, the best Headquarters and offices of the Board ; '
t year/and gives, nothing in return, as policy. at Tallahassee. f"
JACKSONVILLE .FLORIDA ,
1
j there are not 100 miles of good roads in ,
Prepare a price list of everything
; the state. you have for sale ''and have us print .UNITED. STATES COMMISSIONERS1:

Lenolibrary, New York city, will) you a few hundred copies in:attractive John B. Reilly and WesleyM.Faatherly )

j ; iuafacturcrs of rl have a room fitted up\\'lth bicycle racks form. Send them to your correspond Miami. ';,
1t Higli-Grae r : !{
so that cyclers can check their wheelsin ents. They will save you three times : -- .r
will their cost in time and postage alone. SENATOR FROM I3TH DISTRICT
safety, as an attendant 'putenrt'pne .You need not write
a long letter just
** under 4nd (Embracing Breyard and Dade Countlea.) 1
t. lock key., a short note, and enclose ;a price list Hon.E. NvDimick, ;Palm Beach.
., *1 ,Tomato Growers should; use the.;Best, Fertilizer_ because the best is By a new']aw,: Connecticut riders of and they will make sales fort you.allJ27.tf :

'I.'l' $ the cheapest. : bicrcles.wb'o neglect t\! to.use bells on DADE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE, ..
'
their<< wheels will be'subject to & fine of Dr. B. BPotter, of Went Palm Beach. (

.if.'J'J i Xittle Bros. Vegetable .No.1. ;/and itt1e. Brbs, Tomato .$20,1 or less, in each, case, and 'may be MiamiandJIassanSj.Co.Operated .
"
: held for any damage or injury caused COUNTY OFFICERS. :
t''; V I '_ Special are 'the, Bpt;Brands on the by their neglect. II'j Counti3ndge--AlJl"u E. Heyaer,Juno.

J t market/for tomatoes.JOHNELLIS. j by the Florida East. Coast County Attorney-R.R.Taylor,Miami. .
.t. I d : , A Long Island- judge_has ruled.that a Railway Co. Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder of ,. ;,

\ ... \ bicycle suit is not respectable. The decision Deeds-A. F. Qainby,Juno.s.
i.. i\ :: \ Agent I was given in a case where.a man Proposed. Sailing Dates of.the Steamship Sheriff-E. J.. ,Chilling nh, Weat ... ";
Palm Beach.
tf-K in regulation-;;wheeling costume made UTAHI. t tl
i' : l Collector Taxes- TJ.. Bardee, Cocoanut
his appearance in,court; for jury duty. Grove.V'
Leave Miami. f Leave Nassau} "
,
- -- ':
-;-'--'-- -----r- -t. The judge dismissed the man from the :1.
,,' 1-- J,n. ; Jan Assessor of Taxes-G.C.Haight, West. ;,:
jury?: and',cautioned him to never ap- Monday.-. . .. .: ,!? '. Tbnr day...,..?.>.!Z(j Palm Beach. ''1
pear:in court again unless attired ht Friday .... .. .. .21 .Saturday...; ...t Treasurer--J. F. Lamond, West Palm --t;;.:
f.' North MiamiNew \ coat, vest and "othpr pared _that will TO (i.IHY..io . ...5:5 Wednesday.j..t6 Beach ':,

: conform to the dignity,of this court'* Friday.. ..... ...:i8i'I Saturday',.. ... ;29 Beach.flnrreyor-.Franklin_ Sheen,,West Palm rA:,",.

: --: ,I IIt BY THE 'JOKERS, Tuesla>.........Frb... 1 WeJnf- day..2, Feb! County Superintendent of Public In- . )
J t' _i'' .. ., sirnction-Z. T. Merritt, Buena.VUta. .
: "if I Friday.. .. -I' 8atnrl ay'. .. ',',' 'i 5 '
The Reason.-She-"Woman's mind TuH-duy..H.. 8 Wednesday. 9 \BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS t

is clearer than that oft' ''man's.' fi Friday.. .... ..11 Saturday.. ."r-.....Ij 1 ,N. W. Pitta, Lake Worth Chairman. ;*

Th e Will to "Certainly. 'SI.... changes it often r."- Monday.... :...14 Tnewlay..l u G. W. Lamehart, Palm B ecb. .
f Operate Indianapolis Journal. ] Wetlne day.....,16. fhllrc1day.,.. ..17Fndi W.J. Shone, Cocoannt Grove _

Friend "Does town 4' boast ofa j" ...... ...18. Hatunlay. ... .. .19Mondat Eo L. White,Lemon City. .a
1k DevetopNORTHERNPORTION the. "your'Suburbanite" ....... ..:!)': TneBtlay: : .. .. ..j. ..22 ,We B.Tancre, Hobe SouDd.:1, ..
.'i Terminal ; ... baseball team? O. Wednesday..23 .i l'humlaHFliltllY. Clt'rk'and Auditor of Board-A.. F. ..:,

; We used to boastof one, but we have to .."." .,...i5 '. Hatnnlay .. ..,.,26 Qninby,Jnno.; .,
,' I .. apologize for it now."Puck. Monday, ...: .....VH1M .
t "Didn't: I tell you thai if you'went r. Mar. :CIRCUIT. COURT OF SEVENTH JU

', .. lr' OF THE. CITY. swimming again I uldiUnish you" Weilneaduy ..... 2 'fl1e dlly..... . ... 1 i, DICIAL CIRCUIT. j

+ : asked the stern ,father. ;'1 didn't forget Fri(1 V'1 Thnrwluy .. . ...3 (EmbrtclDjr, Bade and'other Coatotlea.) '1
/ .4 ," replied Johnnie, whose hair was &londil ". .. ',.... ,7 ainrlluyr.( .. .+, I 5 Circuit Judge-John D. Broome,
0.'i
North Uiami Lots, 8r ;only half a mile from the New dripping, ut.1[can't swim| a stroke.'" 'Vedne da.y.*. ... 9 1 Tuesday.. .h .,.. 8 lando.
.. .... !
: Friday ; : 11 Thursday... .i..l, 0 : Prosecuting Attorney-J. D. Beffga, ";
'. ', Terminal i., or a few,minutes' walk. Size 60x100.. -Detroit Free Press." : Monday ..; .....14 i Saturday. .,4... ,12! Orlando.. : -
i f Able \Mark 'You sa r ,you'have Wednesday. .. . .16 Tuesday.. . 0\.1.\ ,1 5 Clerk of .Court-. F.Qninby, Juno. '.
l\t.\ Alley in rear ofev ry' !?t.. Cool ;Sand breezy 'grown rich on hens?" Fuller Water Friday. .,.. . ..18 ; Thursday." """. .,17 Fall"'Term of Circuit Court.convenes !1g

i "Yes, sir." Abel Mark- '1low mi\DY Monday .. .....21 Saturday. .r.l' 9 op First Monday after. Fourth Monday "'
locations.
":
. Wednesday..23'Tuesday. .. , .
do .22
,4\\ you keep? Fuller Water- Keep November.' .
d'' \\ hens? What ',do you tak4;',me for? I Friday ........ ..25 Thursday.. ..24 Spriiiff Term on First Monday after '
'j' PRICE $S .OO TO S75.0 run a poultry paper."-World, Tuesday..29 : Saturday. .,,.....26 Fourth Monday in ApriL ? ti
: Wednesday.. .',L 30
:Miss Oldgirl "You naughty manDo 1 .

:: "t Buy one while they maybe badc4 ap. They will ,first jou tinie;:mean td tell me that inSlove this?"i,Mr the:S. Friday. ...,...,.April..1'Satarday.i :,.... .Apr. ,2!! "' County DADE Judge COUNTY-Allen E.COUNT Heymr;.Juno. i:
were e .
i you '
rheumatic Tuesday........5 Wednesday. . .,.. .6Fiiday. Prosecuting Attorney-B. -Taylor,..
-';. '- ,be, worth double a ..few, :'months ,hence, when the Newerininal i Oldboy-t-"I did have a : affection ...;... ..: 81 r Saturday. ... .HIlL( 9 Mi mi. ' |r '-or ::5
: once; but, of course! that does not l Tuesday..:... ,..121 I {1'ednAeday..a.14 Winter Term-First Monday in Janu
'I. is. completed..; :Easy'' 'TermsaRobbins ; '.count."- -Boston Transcript I 1 }

s. :.. \ .,; First Reformer-"I'm trying to writ v TV' Although Sailing'.Datee Spring Term-F. t'A,- p riJ. .yz
'& Graham essay; as above shown have been Summer Term First in ,
l. / : an on the emancipation of my Monday July. ,J
ser Roillld arranged to extend only Fall Term-First' Monday in >
f **, ,and I. find it very bar4't f,, !July9-. f-fi.,. .. ,OVER POST" OFFICE., ,, Second Reformer-"Oh,, I think. that the over tbe Winter,. touristseason A .
service will be the
continued
U: 8. LAND OFFICE,OAINStfI1.t.E, FLA
.t ,:: , e V :: would be EO.easy "Why.' you might begin year around. 31dec-tf U;ll. Wainwright Be eh"t., t-i'

,. Imported VnelU Abtjo, Jl per oz, *1Q per pound by sharpening your p ncil withypur J. ;M. Barco. Register.. ;.'.

;r ; >- : 'Samatr Florid tte one oz.year to tfpr 50c "Ib. aanuftetatln 5' " : husband's razor] ;'you' ."- OYSTERS ,OYSTERS OYSTERS ', ,

I T I I 1 d I eat.Totwreo 40c pr of.. M t>r lb. HELD AND: Detroit, Tribune.. J Served in aos style, at anY' hour In the CheapWild: ads.. "
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1
'", : O. )'a' C'C.C. 0' ee' GARDEN SEEDS-Corn .1eld.Var1.-tl.-s,20e perq Field Glum Range Finder. day. from s a.m.to II p in. Best in the ,
; post paid.It.(SO per bu. freight not Mid. 8ug r. finder market A cents Careful attention to [We,offer 50 acres with good front on the to
An for Qetglasseshasafiatdiatptate'subdivided d
,, ** Vtrleties,25c pr qt.pot Cacnmber Auld,,60e rb75 freight or eArea :. improved range { alL Also nice room on board loatlujf Bay, situated oa Key Largo, near Pump
palls
not prepaid. pctnah
" to Hotel, Bockledge, reasonable rates. '
:;, ;IiOt prrlb poet'Laid. Pearl ajllet,the belt fodder crop tfeper Ib post Fald; Anal ote 01 Give me a call. kin Key, being lot 3 of section 12,'and ;
.I lb.or over, not prep a . pr Ib"1AII other Jle'edl''C, ua1lJ reduced ratu. :lottrn.UoD.y correspond with the focus oft, glasses" lot 1 of section 13.Township 69, South 2
.:c' toct..Food.ale per.ptt. lutenutlonal POlllur- Food. ,ZGcper 5V fke.. L.CAMERON, Ii rigidly attached1 near the rear end of J. I. Turnage's Restaurant Ranee 40 East, Price $18 per acre. -
i :, t.J.n9J t-b.f. : .. I'lL ,
} -- 5 . l. 'IeekeonvIi1 Foot of Avenue D, near Chinese Lann- \ -
V the adjusting screw; a fixed point r.secured dry SHOT.tf- -tnN Also lot 4 of section 31, and lots 1 and .
neat.the.screw to'',[thejfcame d.f 2"'of section _32,{ 'rownebip 60.. South, .
if. \: ECEI. the glasses indicating'ao ltmen t To,The'Vegetable Growers,:' Range 37 East-111.''acres. This is s I

: 'upon a dial. A email'wll.eelupon\ the U: PRICE,\VILUAMS will repreientitie old peninsula near Madeira Hammock, on
adjusting,screw turns it so that it vii U- established Comint ston Meerrbant;, t the mainland. It'.nas a mile of qice shell
focus '. for 3. H. BAHUKNBUBQ. BRO. ft COn, beach and madeira timber.. ; Price $3 per "
Distilled Water.Ordera'.Pz- mptly Filled readily the glasses' variou And also NEW YOBK. acre.. '. ,

V .. distances and enabling the user to also HUT 3PR030N, Philadelphia. '\, 218.ttoUBDiS, & GRAHAU .
Miami Ice Co. :S. N. estimate" correctly the speed of advancing ,
',
k. t. I and
ladW.iIjanrr; anln this tenon. C rdi Stencils no tppUcmtlon. -
... or withdrawing objects. .' Market reports by. telerrapl1. 1 j.U4ecU Subscribe for.the. Miami Mrntopoui.rf' .
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p. : ; 1I EMAMI: METROPOLIS- JAN. 14; lsyl' .. ; . ,,)

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" North fflilmi Town lots \ \, / CURIOUS i -' TEM MIAMI I : PAINT. SHOP THE PEACOCK. INN' ,,

.
i LOCATED ONVBISCAYN
\ There are abut 13,000, cabsHn! Paris, I T. J. WEAVER, PRQPR.; .' .

Rahging in Price' Frorr).:$30. to $150. \ and 10.931. on in December London. 1. 1895' ; there were louse, Sign and\ Carriage; !. E BAY, ,

- A Selected List of Bay Biscaypei .roperiy.r t The' best record for a mile made\ Five miles aonth of Miami.
: : railroad i$! 32 seconds, made Mays The oldest and largest hotel
( ,.rust Tractand Cheap Lan l fot Investment. j any
< .
\1 999 of the Y. C: *. ,on the Bay. Headquarter
\ Frost-Proof, Bearing Orange Gro\es.. , 19, 1893, by engine' Nr Painting for the Bucayne Bay-.Yacht .!"
<. R. road.
r No. i Phosphate Lands. Club
: King Humbert of Italy ia the most
iof Dally Steam Launch Connection :With -Miami>
Choice Property Every Description heavily insured,i man in, Europethe i'

MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION ON BOTH THE EAST ,AND amount carried ,being over $7,5 0,000. Decorative Wall,Paper. lunging 'a speo- Rates, $2.00 Per Day'and Upward. ;,,.
The late Czar! Alexander III. waa, in- ialty. Graining; Hard-wood' Finish- Special Rates by the Week.CHAS.PLCOCK&SOXPwprietors.:
'-. : WEST COAST. I sured for/$5,000boO.A ing 'an KaJ omiDIr. i\ !All'work '
Best of refer-'
guaranteed. II
,- whale recently captured n arctic will be given. ; ,
E. Wtaaddell: eDce . :( ,
; waters was found to have embedded in '
Ave. D and 9th Si, (\MIAMI FLA.7may97lyhf. t1CQANU'GR9VE, ,FLA. a'
marltf-if. Sdiami. 1c.. its side a harpoon,belonging to a vbaling I
'
/vessel that h kd been out of service \ IfcT'Open All the Tenr. 1-1 ,

nearly half. century, It


1.. : :: \ : L. .: : H Hs ,,, introduced A the British statement in gam German that journal/railways parrots is authorityfor !,are atat.ionS.'to be DYK'a Good 1T ing:? OP COURSE YOB i'\'!:; .UiDO


+
and trained to call oat the name of the
'' place as each train climes in. Then you HAVEN'T s ra FLORIDA, orv you 'would:BI sea=: \ '..

s t tl 'fF 0 /Along the coast of Florida and Georgia Are yon OBOWIN0OLD!) \ OC course ; BO ABB tnc, \:
: ? the musical notes ?of what the old fish- But not so fast,'becanseVar MILD CLIMATE:, i. T, ,'
\ttJ : ; call the '"singing j : shad" are often With its' WARM, 8 1 SHIn VATS and LoNG OOOL SIGHTS, T. -" '. ; c .t|:
ermen' .- ...
: Makes LIFE WHATIIT. 0110B TO BE. ;, < i iTI. *' \
..- I heard. They differ.from the! common \ i ..;, t

I ,shad in (being/smaller, and also in the Do yon Love FLOWKKsJ frnita''and' get ble.o'ommx.Yll&: I] do was ''.

't. X804 formation oftheirmOutha.; Their:singing .. Bur A HOMB on the EAST COAST, v l' ,. ....- r .
\ , is pleasant at ;first.but, soon grows WHEBT you can. RAISE rove OYN' =', \. \ r 1
,,L l : monotonous owing to the fact that it With the LEAST LABOB'and ZIPENSK. '; ": . {'
\ \ t" .
: .'is a constant repetition' of the came. Do you DISLIKE WIXTKK ?, So do WE,' \. \: \j'\' I, .t.t- .;( .+ I :

tvS II ? , soun d 8. / \ + ':::"Then COME: f FLORIDA ; ''Ire'reBYRE. TO Y. '\ , : 1'r r .
l
We,have smur-BATHixai SWIMMING,_ and BA ALL THE: mini BOTJXP.. i
/HERE AN'P THERE. .i\ 1 ." .
J. 'r ABE interested ts ? r '
row is
,'. $ Lilr' b% Inylhe Hawaiian islands there are \ \
IF iutereated
; so, WE are nr you. .
\
:Ii : twice aa'many meq aa women. A LIKE to our ADDBESSJ 1 < Address DRAWER'' IT* tWill

.\\. Iri the Klondike, region,in midwinter DO WOSDEBS. SAINT Auatternra,'FLORIDA.augwf I #
the, sun rises from 9:30 to 10 a. m. and I L
'. $ 2to3p.n. '. i :
sets from
It., ; --- I . .

]..t.t [ / Brazil, country is now the of, principal the world.coffee In producing 1895- The Lemon City' Hotel RS. J N CAREY/: .

; 'J47) I I the crop was estimated at 7,000,000 )Jan ,
,
/ bags:' I M i \\t DADE COUNTY(] FLA.,'pN THE :ATLANTIC' COAST, .; RY
r V I 1895 the United States export
During
; A very pleasant ;location, nearUbe !'Depot: Large well-ventilated 'm. iJ. .
i ed Mexico $17,000,000 worth of goods
SAFETY!1 COMFORT'! QUICK TIMELOIY! RATES and in the succeeding. year $21,000,000" ;;1 J.j; I Grand 'I.View of, Biacayne;Bay.,! '. r

d, Finest Cuisine and Service. NoTranajerfetweeriJdekaonviileandNlwYork. worth. ? L'food Hunting and FishingAccessible tt*'Ocean'BeachGood 't
'\ The Fleet ia composed of the following Handsome}f ew Steel: Steamer.|I /: Two agencies have been established

COmanche: (new), t Algonquin, ..it: Iroqaois, :i Cherokee, i Semlnole I in the United St tra''for the promotionof Table and all.tne Comforts of Home.

immigration and! colonization' in . j j"I
.: ?. 0. ,NORTHBOUND! / Venezuela. T I 'i AT VERY MODERATE. .PRICES. .
Steamers are appointed tout) according to the tide. ./ ''deaf 1 1I
From JUk1ODt1l1e.. Fla., (calllug at Charleston).' aundayaTueedayeandThnrrdayerFrom Several hundred mutes had a .) *
A quiet, delightful place for terms,'et& to '
.SS Charleston. C., -'1. ? -, .' Mondays. Wednesday and Friday picnic the other day neat:, Newark., It I t >
For hour of sailing.see "Clyde. Line Schedule, or Jacksonville' and Charleston>dally paper. quietest ;tJ'O :
was ,one of the ; picnics ever j Tj CAREYLEMON .
SOUTH-BOUND. \
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,Steamer to sail from Pier'29, New York at 8 followsFor CITY .
appointed Fast River p. m. as aag27-td-g.ee-mo I - FL( ;/
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Charleston H.C., : r- Mondays ; ;\ needayaandFrtdaya.
.\ PoNtck.onrUleI1$,,,, _(calltorateharlestonl, . .Mondays;Wednesdays,and Fridays: REMEMBERED HER CHILDREN. '

Clyde I New England rl :? and f u: Southern. Lines\(F reigyb.t) Eloped Property Fifty Tear'to--.4 lite Xo> OffapriB Bat Willed I The Pljant! ',System r y,.

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I \ : '|/ _I Calling at Charleston's.C:, both way*.' \ During the gold excitement of '49:a ,

STEAMERS ELAW: ARE'']:, AND-''GFO; W. .CLYDE. young Irishman named Thomas'Hogan '1 l.Perfec Passenger,Ser y ce.: l\ .
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. Are appointed to sail a* .lollow.; settled In Calaveras county, Cat., with
From foot Of Bonn Street, Jacksonville. IS From Lewis's Wharf, Boston Reaching the Most Important .Points. Ina.GeorglaAlabama !"--
i 4 THURSDAYS !r f fCLYDt'S I FRIDAYS his wife. lIe .became a miner and
amassed considerable property: before 1: South Carolina, Florida! f Cuba'and' \I

4 ST.. JOHNS RIVER.: LINE.I he died. t'His y.idow: afterward married 'lNoV3Sotia/ "

(DE.BARY LINE s \ John C..Scribner; of.sn Andreas. 'He \ ; ,.,

t .Jacksonville;I' falalJa;"' Sanford, Enter prise, Fa., and Intermedia 'died a few 1f'ars'ako! says;the. New. IVTost, S3pleri.cU.c3.._ . :HotelS. : : T
I LS7. Johns\ \ York World, and left, his. property; to .. .' "
I. Landings ionthe t R/7r..er.. \ :::. .. .
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widow. The ice-widow
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/ t -The.elegant side-wheel steamer-::} \ \JI .' thus came into the p09kssion of about : .tl \ '-'I'X.t.t -
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} "CITY OF: JACKSONVILLE".CAPTAIN \ $3 ,000., She died a few months ago rrr :.t "' : a

\": W.. A. SHAW t f and left_ the bulk:?;.of .hW property,to F

Luea f aeksonytlle.i;.. .......':..:.:::........:.. nndarl.TnJJ.u and Tburedaya t $:3O pl; m her "nieces and nephews: : in Ireland, ...
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Betnrning.Leavee Sanford ."' :R MondA) Wedue9days and 'rita1. at 9.00'IL'm., naming two men and two women.

t IiOUTH.ISOUND SCHEduLE .1 \ NORTH-ItUUND: The, laugrer appointed -to1, administeron
Read dowu' Read ups the estate, wrote to] the' addresses "
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r Le..e 3 aO p. w. . :. .hJA.CKtJuN\'JLLK. .'. ,. :. Arrive 11 tlO a. m. .and learned that woof the
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I 845 : Palatks Le'e 8'00
=; aUOa.m pm; : t. ::::::::: ::: :.:.lRr...::.,Astor:.. :::: :::: :: ::::'.: :. ::> I 23op p.m.:m: ,were dead, and the remaining two bad
t ,sa .e SO .. m. ..f.. ..... ....:... ... ;;'.:.: St. Francis .... ... ..s"I! ..4 100 11. m. ot\ aunt in Californiaor "
no knowledge an
Bestvrd . .... .. ... I 11 311 a m. :
.... .. .. : : : 11tt a.m. any other place. An investigation L
A'J; a a., :: : ;: .3: .::. :; 1:Euterprise.Sanford ..+: .: . : .. _" : 970 900.a.lo.t.Genrral tr.,. ;developed! the fact\thai; the supposed; 4 a so"fa

:Mrs.Hogan ,was re lly|Mr.: Richard
!-, Passenger. and U kd.Ojflce, '(}.I'.West B 11 Street, Jackao'r :,lie. Barnes, and that'she had left herbus-
,;. --. L :; \ I band and four childre to elope witL

'", UNO--' L HOWARD.i Bart- j&CK8o&vn.uc'- ,<' rtAi F. M. IRONMONGER. J*. F..P., A- ,the young Irishman. She,had kept the ,

,. s 1 "'"T..,O. EQER. 'T. .I4, W. H. HENDERSON.Q- E. P.' A. J| JH.. WARBURTON.''Oi,T.'P,Xft skeleton in her closet hidden for nearly notd. ,-t,. : '. .
i BOWLIHa GRIkK, KtW YORK; \U I 50. years and even in death she'tried to .. on T

t x $WM.:, P..,CLYDE &; CO._,'Gen'l i'' ali t.4.. J i protect the secret Jby referring her '- .

mot'.. 'S Bowllnt Oreen. Hew',York City. It So.| Det Ave, Philadelphia.. 1-f-ttS children:as" ,herniece9:# and! nephews.. In the West Coast" ,Region of Florida. .. '


':Georgia ;Southern and \Florida( R'y 'PLACES OF INTEREST.Q .r r. THE PLANTtSTEAMSHIP: LINE. .

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To Be Been Ia' and About Miami and BUeayM. Steamers ,Plying betWeen; Port Tampa, 'Key West and '

The Suwanee: River Route. .L'\ \ ]Jq., \\ Fishing.- 10 i Havana, and between Mobile and.,Port,_Tampa..

t, and Spanish Mackerel '
L 'Time'Table-Tuzie' 618f9t7 King} Tarpon Miami .. .t-. .....:J..k......... e B.W.'WBENN, H.CT.MCFADDEN. .
: .t tapI.dSonhe '
.. _, ; ? 1' The Florida Everglades. ..'. ...... ..*...l.i..t 4 Pass.Traffic Manage ''Ass't Genl .P....i.$t. .

i' SOUTti: BOUND. STATIONSNORTH BOUND The Seminole Punch Indian Bowl and Camps Ruins. ::.,.:.4...'>, ::!:.,:::r.:: : Savaii.ah' : O-su r -r }
,-A.f Cape Florida and the Old Light.Fowey \.. ..,...}.:.,- & F. M.JOLLY:Divisiou Passenger Agent,'Jacksonville; Fla, -
'' .-NaG., No.3 Nol yNo2i No4' Nob" Rocks Light.. .......... ..>:. .4.... .(.:. 16 >'
Florida Reels......,. ..:., .< 1
The >
i!::::::::: 11 18 to r_x It 820 40,A.l1 LasTe.Atlata.Arrive:::;.t. :, .::::::..Leave '11 35 40 P. 7 415 45 x ;i::.::7:::: TheCora Deep Sea)Flsning.r Gardens..:::,: .i.-:-.::....:.4':,11..t-::::,w!:..' is 80 '

1. r x U. .I' 1116 .. x Leat'e..r......Jlacon..Arrln 4 $1' x &WI i u 00 x Bear Cut'V .............-.-,.....;' .1...';..J..., 4
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668' 145.__ _2 08 P Anlve/.;...'...Cordele,.......sLesve IO t 6 828 Norris Cut.:.................,: ..J..J.> .<: I 'MkUory Steamship
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,84O 100 100 ; : a. a Ala 12215 840 Csesar's Rock and creek... .. ..:.. .1.,,. Ili
JO 10. 440 6 M ... ....:. ..:.. .;.V.ldos ta..;. .;.....J... um A x 1052 P )t 15 00 KWott:a Kef.....,.........<..*.:.-.. .....'. : g i
:......... 540 e 86 .. -..:,.. .Juper .. ........:... 10 02 9 5t' .:;.... Key: : .....'.; ...,, :H-r.;,..;80 ,
. ... '. 45 7' LakeClt. 110 :. t t. .. ... .. .. 1- "
::t..t, : 6 900 I : .:::::::::::!: PALAT :f:'::::::::::.. 6 t0 9 445 .C t;;::::H.: Theliun Sam Filer's InqGrounds..1.Grove;. ..,_.......,.....,..1..'U..'"...,....q..?\...,15 2 (N.'Y.& f: S. .8.. CO.)

.'".. ..1 10. x 516 r x. Le.ve.... .,... .TUton.:..,.._.Arrh.e ell r x 1159 r x +.....,, i Little River. ...,.... ......F...-..U t ...... 6 '
.i : 10 r 8 W Arrive. W : 1 1 .x 940 : .r Arch Creek. ..:..... .... ... ...;..;!,........t.F 15 '
::: ::: 80 1215 :......::::j c KSONVU j;Z ;:r r..t.. : 700r .t:::::.:: ,Natural Bridge... ..u'-...-P f.......'.., t'.J,..M lest, Fla. New York:
Cocoanut Gro\e... ........i'.e e J Key Br
..-_:'-.;?........ tOO c.i-___- 4 615 00 r JII Arrtve..FITZOERALb..Leave Leave 11ftoD .Arrl' UW 1015.JI'n M a 2 ro 15 r x .Io..u.r.:.:...... Lemon City.BuenaVltta...-....,........::::::-.-,:........._. :.::...... 5 ,

11111 Ll12 63 p :::::;:: Leave"I-- ; \'aldOIt&,.:........Arrlve T- 16 8o r.t.,.. 403. xU49 Cutler.......A........ .,,.*'.-i.,.Il.. ..,F..f"J..:;| .15TheTtoyaTPalms The. magnificent steamers. of this line are appointed to leave -
126. .......I..Affi e..Q.ltmAD'< ., ....Le&Vl' . .. -. lt52 a32-- .J -- .
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'" 1100..214 ..... ....1. :.;. ;... .-;....THOKASVILLE.h' ..;. eM 2" The Giant Bamboos... .':'..-.'.."..:.1......... .I
,..,\....... U jlO A x n l01 x Le.v..........Pal.tk.-; :......Arne ",60 T ii 56 .\....:..... WUdOrange. WUdl.tmon..:...*.4..w.-. a Key West Every' Saturday q.
.. ".. 140 r y 1 ao a x Arrive.l ......Leave 1.18 60. .;:.:. ... Wild Lime Groves. . .A.. ... .-'.J ......* 2 .
\ :..j..:...'':- 160, 3M .......-.. ....?;.Orlando,:......;..:; .. 1205 r' 1915: l' Y : ..:..... Baker's llauloTer.... .t.............. ,.;. .a 15 . following .
: 0c. .t LskeLud .. : : to t x 45 .t. ':: Snake Creek.:...... ... ........:.. _.(20 arriving. in NEW. :YORK, 'Tuesday.' Service land i accommodations.
::.e;::::. : 45.. : = ::: : :? ::;E:.TAMPA1. ::::;;:::.L.: iSO Ig :I:: :: : The CrocodlleI'ond..t.: ....-. ':... ..10 '.. strictly first-class.\ .

::.. ... lU M a x ...... ... ,. ave.... '.PallLCk..+., _...Arrive ... 465 r a ......._, House of Refuge ::::::.1:...J::. :.,..:;?. 10 '
..\- .. .... ..,. ... ..... Indian Creek and Oyster Beds.......... }.10 From ''VIA
,..... 1346 r.x ; ArrlTe. $ .. .,.Le. (' 2 65 . } '
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.....:..:. .3 :... ........1... u..J.r.oredDd. ..:.......!{. ."..I.i..r.1207' '1 ."..'.. The Old Ruins on the Miami. ,.-,.. .. v Brunswick "aa to fa York
810 : .. West Palm iV'.T.. --. RoYA .
cit:: .,: itob :-,:=;;;:w ::::::::::..a.IIAIIL.Bertch..n..l....: :.}.::.: ..f : :: 600 L :::::.:{.:.. iOI..ilie'i theKey...... j;of Florida; anc.. .Among __ _;-- PASSENGER'SERVICE, it\ a

-, r The Florida Gulf Stream..s:::: {: : /.J;........ _. :. f ..J A
Operates Pullman Bnflett Sleepers the yes round between' Jacksonville' Fla.'and Kuhvillc, Eight Hour. Sail to the Bahama. Banta...-:..,? Via Fernandina (F..C. A P. By.) and Cnmberl YU.Everett and Southern Railway. .
Tennn via Tifton on Train No 8 and 4.;" 1 'f. ,1 land Hoots: \ ,
: Operates LoeaKleepen the J'unoulld. between Palatka. Fla.: and Macon Ga.., via O.S.& l' .\ Lv.Jacksonville .. ...............8 15 anLv. \ Lv. Jacksonville.' ....:....... _......_4 00 pm ,
F.:direct on:Trains oa.:3.and 4. '. '. '- ; \! '. -- Advertise in the }[XTBOPO 8. We Fernandina.... .\..?'.....,..,... 1 30 P m Lv.Everett...... _;............ _,..._!.. 10 pa {
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Direct Line to.:Fitzgerald (Soldiers; Colony) yla.Tifton, can bring you trade. ,Our.friends reid."; Ar.Brun.wleft.'" . : ecept8nadty.? rS30pmDaily Ar.BrunswickPassengers .........:.".....,........."..7 aDptr.. , ..
.allowed on board for supper ontThursdays. ; .
S ": :J1 NASHVILLE EXPOSITION, ? J b J" > tRnnnd Bay Front ,For Sa1 .l; I PROPOSED SAILINGS : -t i :

Ten Day UmlL Trip Toeld.T Tickets: now and on Tbundays..A,1.: sale at following|: ..very....:;4n low.' rates""".,..'- .::From JfllTO Palatka.,......... ..From...:11280 Jar.; Twenty-one,.acres.' with a. frontage of L.Friday.:New, Oet York 1 ',,-.pier*._:.-.21E'....v:;R...;,,".130.,!*,p....m... ..-A'(BID Standard GRANDE.Time). .. .... :... ...(.. ,. ...k. .Lv Friday Brunswick Oct 9Friday :
Twenty Day Limit "-t'1-'OT"; "",, " '<' 'S 19 ? 41760 400 feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of ..... ... .. ..... .... . OctlSy
October Slat. Limit.. "., ............71.. ..:t.{ .2.:.'...::t'.1'. ..?..:.._,,._ .,.+. 2625.t1,3400The land lying between the place of B. B.Moflimmtliae Frid..Oct.1b.6..1.f.,.,::. : :EIOGRANDB.COLORADO .r., ,( c. _: ,Oct. 2ZB. !
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8cnlc Boute, The historical Battlefields Route. obtained. '..1'' Cormick and that of A. R. Friday,Oct.22::::;;:*;*...?..::'. :::;::::.I. *COLORADO :: ,::::::,:::::::1 ::.{FridsyOct 29
orcalllBC Full. apomattion,sleeping car.retervatlons,map,etc., can be promptly. bywriting1HUGHLRICHABDSON Bonth :of ,Oocoannt Grove. The finest Friday., Oct 29!',.,yV.V_ *.; -'......,.;:.} 10.GRA.NpJ:.... .. .... .......'.t..:.:.;.Friday, NOT: S :

\,. Gen. Agt,; piece of land for sale on the Bay for the ,-" ._ .:\ .. W. SOUTH WICK, ,v ,

*\ 7flog11a8tJackwnTllle.Fla4LANE : money. Price S4, OO. Will: take' one- 14 ti ; :: <: I Agt.Mallory Line, Key West, Flz.

?: '. :._ : ,! \" 'G.. \ i. MACDONALD' ,\ . half.cash,;,or only one-thud.eaah, {' neoestary. CHAS.DAVlEa:.. ; Agent. ;>: C. R.\ .MALIARY. ; .&. CO., 'l \ .' _

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I .. 8 THE MIAMI', METROPOLIS, JAN/. 14, -',1898, IL , '. ... ; '


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\ \ \ \ ''v u A To my friends and customers who have favored me with-iheir patronage, I'' return V't', \ -' '- -\- V" \
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And hope/witn, close prices, honest dealing and largely increased facilities, to merit ,ai\ continuance of the,\\same:, ; \\ > i\ /l \*

;' ,; ', '. 'V ':' .A-- _.., \\ '\ \\ \ .Wishing all l a prosperous' New Year, I, remain I' \11 : \ ': ,\ \\ I''I I .

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'Alligator Joe :.._ ........ : ,', : '\\i
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Is the name of a well-known character a Cigar ?l: \: \ :
,: ,on the lower\East.Coa t. He called in : y
to say "K >odtbye''' to the METROPOLIS GIVING \ 1 f

man last Sunday before starting off on i wA"'y.r: When iroa bny one' of',, cur Cigars yon get; a genuine Smoker. ":-
I v a teu ;days'trip Crocodile! Creek, an 'iHighL We handle good brands and keep them 'Jn good condition J
El estuary on the. mainland euiptyinginto A"chaneAJivt"u, -Btither too damp'nor' too drj. Try. one ;ana add to .
\A 'fine Music BOLlI' each
fifty miles south of i\ Eighty-Dollar \\ with '. .
Cards'1'ollnd\about\ your happiness after a'IlinDer.. : '
DoUar'sVor b of Gooils .
Miami. Joe expects" to return the lat I \ purchased front" us. \\ We keep" the"largest an4.best stock of \ .
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of next week with several I' \ \
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crocodiles where in the, which watersof he will the corral river' or some,bay ;I II\ \ Oar line of 01'bUdren's"\StOO8''\\ is cnmp,elb. . f. Medicines, 'Stationery{ ;, Toilet t Article's' ; Etc. '
Our line of Ladiea' Shoes fit the feet.
i in the vicinity' of the Royal Palm \I. 'r Our line of Men's Shoes can, not be ben in, the city. : t
Hotel, and make a free exhibition of \ 1\ ; > ; .
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his catch, as an evidence that he is well \ \\ \' \ \ I, I TOWN LEY BRO$ r ._
to the haunts of these monsters ;\ :
posted as ,
We the who shoe th f \1
\ are people:>> people. "I'f.
and as an advertisement,that he I'' \ \
.S of all.other men is the one foralligator \ EWELL \ ,Leading, Druggists,.: _.t" ,\ .- \. '
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crocodile hunters to hire as a guide JOHN & CO. '
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t If they want to find that Has'of; game. ;Hotel \Biscayne Block. \ AvenueD and ,2tli, street,, MIAMI I FLA.
Joe is"a good fellow and stands without I \ ect ly-It.fs - ,"

.A any rival ,in his particular.line'of Drawing will take place\ February' the loth. f -
business: He' has Just' emerged froma \ t"I'-lr,b- 1n\\
mouth's wandering in the Everglades tJ I DEALER IN !
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y lie went into that \tinysterious Walter I Mford +J ROUGH and ;

waste west of Jupiter, _,and came -4
out at the falls of the \.Miami. In the 'i a. DRES9ISD- "

winter he,spends mostof his time_act i i
Ing'as a guide for hunting parties. In !\ 'Yellow' Pine andCypress .
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the he hunt*! alligators a t "
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';a business, and also gathers their eggs; I \ ,, .M . ', : "J \ '"
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he gathered' 3,000'egg3, from which he f ,
Manager Ludden & Bates-S. MJ U.jt .' \ : I' k "
succeeded in hatching 2.89i young alligators . l \ \\ '
last 'summer, and'slnppt"d them -\ i JACKSONVILLE, FLA./ \ : -

to dealer in all, party of the Country.Only'about Pianos and Organs sheet MUSIC andLOWEST LUMB-E.R"\! '\ "

'- ten day ago he shipped ,'I, I I ..
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his entire summer's accumulation of 'tmcEs. Musical Merchandise
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alligator skins! ; he shad 600/and mindi EASY heater: Special i sizeseawetl to order:' Also 1''rutt'. anJ Vegetable J Crate. Let me r we'will treat you and given) better n tu* lot your
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i 'you, none of them were flat skins; that II' money than any other bonno lu the lj(. H. Scud Catalogue i ': I S .- :' prices ,Before yon buy. A trial order solicited. \ -! ;
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.is, they were what arq called round ; and Price M.flll. ) 17srnt.i1r..s, ingIafIf. "
_. skins-taken off the animal without I [, V COCOANOTi .GROVE FLA. | :

\!.. being. split, so that they fan'be stuffed.'' Another. Sample Letter. 1 II 111{ II AND!, RLIGIOCS.; ) xO'r fI 'It
We trust he may have good'lui-k\, ,
The following is\ a specimen letter ,: V I 1 'I
and succeed in capturing a few crocodiles GEORGE 3. 'BAIII\ER.: 1
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If so, they will prove very interesting ,received by they }f TRjPOI.18t' similar i iletteri \ 'ib. ;
.... toy.the\ hotel.guests as well \ \: I' ;At I yLenibn\ City, hi ( old schoolhou and
} ; being.received: almost dally : e4 Watchmaker Jewelers i
'.. as to'our own people. \ | ,on Sunday, Jfanuary 18, there 4 :
{ , ; -uaanuary;5,7696 ll will w a service and sermon at o'clock "
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It is claimed! that the true crocodile '. I BI7ITLio
t cannot' be found anywhere" In., the 'Mr.Walter' $.Graha ,'Miami. Flu : i in tl.u. ,venihg. j, : .lr\sTOtFIC02: h.un,.FL4.'.f ,

.7 4 United States outside, of Biscayne, Bay DEXB 8 IK : Cant\\ you put me in the !' The!'usual services of Ithe Methodist Repairing::" promptly and eart-fnily1 attended to.;. All work guaranteed- ;. .
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I.*: and vlcrtn y.| 1 1 way of obtalninglsonie, information Florida--o--I i church', at the boolh411Jt; next Sunday NOT -tf.hr. ; I A r,1I11OII spectacles,and eys glaaaea always: on hand I! ;-
the rtsquf.Ct"8O' South \ i
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-- morning evening; Rev. E V. -
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and Other fruit culture there, the | :
i ,Freight and Passenger> Steamer.' ange cost' of, land, production, ;. etc. and Blackmail will preaclri| 'SPEJCIAL.TO ORANG' -GROW RS; :, .. -l. :

The twin screw lake whet I hand" is in'dangerof I At St. Lawrence' Minion I i Kooni Cocoanut s
steamer r.1 a;"green; ; I wish to halt you uttrnlioii l.t the\ HUM! ( "SHiiplfie'Uue'of one and two-year-
; : 'Worth," owned: by Capt.'.U. D. Hen-; -. being'swampeti i, in experiment" I \Grove there'w 1II be on Sunday, old buds mi Sour Oranice stet "Iltla Ciuoii stalk lu the stale.! A flue assort-! '
r t +:dril'kSon will be here in slew days to '- January 16, a celebration of the Holy went of txu-year-alit bud*from s lo 8 bt high, Hi to H, Inenes in diameter. 1
twenty the fourteen' year of expeririiee'huts placed me in a position to give perfect
Eucharist at 8.80 in for
commence between | morning
a, J't ular.run : satisfaction la sah ctlonsofvarjettes. ot (mils and stalks united to ull eon
,, Miami, Cutler,Elliott: Keys and Cocoa- tired out and not m uch better off financially colored personsandati. O-.30 for whites. ditioas$4 ll and climate. ',tilc ialatiebiMtrgkeutoplanting and caring'r
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** nut.Grove.. Richard Campn .of the than\\when I first took an assign)!* '1- {1\\ for xruve Will accept; dfslrulii intnitlna at mnnagerof large !! .
At the Catholic Chiirch on Sunday, letters' iif; Indorsi'iiieiit tram the leading oringe-erower ID the orange !' ..jbelt.
launch Daimler, will be the captain. went as |\a1) city t portt-r. Reading January: 10;there will beEarly\, Mass at . Reterence hy: wrmission--FREDC.i >*. Mon.se Miami' ,Fla.. ,'.
,lie creditable 1'examina ( thpJlckso'YilJeTim; .lfnioft'.4 I \ ? -
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\ tion before CaptainsiVogel/and Spencer Christmas edition, lias aroused my In{ 6 a. m.;,lIigh Mass'at4't\; sermon at 10 0., W. CONNOB, Tangerine Nurseries,. MIAMI. FLAT, !
&. tn.;Sunday School Htl\ 3 in., and 290ct timo -
._:.... last ,Friday ilr.:-Clias. Peacock _trest; andj,; take the, liberty. writ-f \ p. -
.!:'will,occopy thje position of purser ,and ing to yon for Info maUon.I' 1 1i vVesperi\servioe\\ at' 7 \m.-standard\, . :-- : : -
i' attend to the,business'ofl/the boat It i IVery trtily yours, time.. | .Ii.|i ..
'is expected a large business will bedone i I, . 'WALTER, BURTOX. At.'fnnity church (corner of Avenue .. LOQK I !,
B and .J..nth.8tr..t, will be. ,
thHre, on .
In. carrying Vegetable! besides other \ rf ** '- !
freight -'fromMiami. /It Is also'expected i I,. ' Onr'Public' School. . Sunday January16aGe. e-hraUon of the ...,.---,,-.- ,
Holy Encharist: at 7:3(1o'clock( in the '
that many visitors to the city ;
\ I
will!.avail therhselvM Jot theexcellent'accommodation's I From latest. reports \we 'learn that ,morningSunday; school'at: : ;Morning
t' :.of-the.boai for making there are'now'137 scholars enrolled in I \Prayer and Sermon at\|11, and Cate- This Rocker' ,
a trip dowitlt\ he,bay,and among the our' public school., |They,are 'divided ''chi.sm, 'at\'3:30'p. tnj There Is a' Celebration \

keys, ,.to'see', the extensive:pineapple as follows:, I iPrinlarjr room; (Miss Mer- \ of the Holy Eucharist./ everyday --r:
plantations! etcix/The; :1 steamer, U 75 ritts, 51; ,Miss Manns. room. 4'I; ':Mrs. at 7 clock in the morning.- L

feet long and 20 feet wide, and is elegantly Hunters room 44.. |\ \1 At St. A\' 'nes chapel,corner of..Avenue $ 1 7'5'f .

: ; fitted up and adapted for passen\ Superintendent Merritt.whobaajustvisited F and Eleventh streetjtherenvill; be : : t \
,, 1 gets all well as freight traffic. ", I the' school' is\.well pleased with on Sunday t\Jan.IB.'a Celebration of the '/ "
,She'will leave Miami at' 9 'in'the the waj the attendance is being kept t
4 \ H{ly Eucharist at9 i30 aJ'1.[ 1.\|and evensong aril' other bargains
I'morning for Elliott,Keys and Cutler' up and the tf'restake' by the par- .
i and sermon at 7 \the evening.On
I V returning at//4 p. m., stopping at Cocoanut cuts of,the scholars. '|4 i, ,, ,Friday: Jann3fl''2lithe inj\| Fea
l Grove,both ways.i\:She,will return Miami has excellent racilitle.Jthe s. Agnes,)r virgin'and martyr, there S r Edwin Nelson's Furnitore. \;Store,
the, Grove.. rooms are large knd pleasant,the S .. 4"
to at 'night, leaving will be a Celebration; of |the Holy Eucharist t \ ;
there eyl)'every'morningj This',will studies' are Well arranged and the. 1.hs-mo f< I '
in and
.. ;;at 4:30| the 'morning, I k IAM.. :,
make-ffcyery convenient teachersverlproftclent.: : ,"
x :, foripassen- evensong and;'sermon a 7:30 in' the
... gers both to and fromJIiami J and-the Miami Is growing,'\ o fast that the evening. .. 'T--. r'-;_''''
Orove.f"It, is very\ ) ,thatyrben schoolhonsewill, have-to. be enlarged. '
t the new/steamer s starts Henry Peacock The school commenced with two.rooms!' Presbyterian pavilion:\14th street, C'O ILLJsJ7....:... it, ..;
4 nil continue the \rI.Pgeor the, Daimler;. another'room}had to ,be fitted up and nt"lrvenue! : D.' Services unday, Jan- \ ..
t.I ..\. .. used very soon and the t scholars are increasing uary 16 at 11 a. m. and 7 p, m conducted
.: \ in number all*the\,time. b ,Rev.\V. W. Farii, I>. D. These
A A Worthy \ISuggestioii.\1 j ..>. will be the last :
t ; (r. i- PrcsbyterianLservices.
; ., . Miami,Jan.l2tbjl898., !; 'Delightful Excursion. in Miamijon' ; : the Lord's Dayuntil February ILivery ndSale'8table! :
'Edltor.1lamUlrraoPOus: \ 6; on January 23. Dr. Fflfis will
.t SIR:-In view,of the. founding of an ,The ladies |' of. the Presbyterian,, preach in Cocoanut Grovejaud on Jan '
hospital in the',city;! make the following church, with several friends and visitors in Cutlerl On. these days the \
proposition. Asia l working to the"city;to .the\\ of ,27, pavilion ,
number will be occupied by'other de 11th street _near Avenue: D,,, Miami. ' J
man'and a citizen am willing lobe- took a leaaan1rtri to on nominations. Prayerm't'ttinK' every "**

: ?*"B o.me-one'of a'society 'to be formed, the Comfort' last, Saturday': The Wednesday at.'7 p. m. Pastor's residence I' Horsea i and Mniee to let and for sale.f :
[each member of which,shall contribute day was.. grand and th! party, had a ,'14th stree.t'near,A enue C. > =--- 1 :
-'t' 'the sum of 60 cent a,per month, toward very enjoyable time. Ldnch was eaten I' -. 'Fine Bred Horses. ''a syecjalty. .. ', ,-._,
i :
[the support and .maintainence of, the at the Cape, and' one took a \ I j
!|,llopital when built and in'' working stroll along the beach1iii] i\|\search of ESTABLISHED' '1806 Carriage Teams Buggy Teams Work'TeanisnoTrQ7.1r.rro '

ord r. There may >poesibly'ibe,( ft e "or shells' and other marine curiosities. ,
.. sii'handred: .workmen! 'who, hope, to Several basketifl'were'gathered' and S. L. tcCo: make Miami: their home; and '\who will be decorated and beheld sale Storerfo, : .. Y" .
Areuld become members of this society.) at the bazaar, which\will for CHIPIIL {-' L to" .f.
'It ikb ,the interest of every''merc' ant the benefit of the churchThe. party vi'holelele Comm s810D t:.peal STom rs|kQd Sb G ri'pe .\.Fruit; P"r shan'and';,

a and' 'very resident, every citizen intact returned,,to the pity' : at 6.30, pi 1 m,; of all kinds of [ Fruit\ Trees Tabti iLimes Genoa :andIjiston .

,- that this hospital. ahoaldl be .. ". '". : : }.
"T i-\ FIST
i | FRESH
erected and maintained; '
: "' 1 '. Ho For Oocoanut AT r 4> i Lemons, .. Dancy '
,
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are
)1How few,of the workers (\who] .
subject to the illforttMie' of.their kind, 'The fut"" and \ trove.launch ,,;t Lobster and Turtle ; V'' ,- ; qe, Hart's: Tardiff, S .l
bat'would willingly, become contributors "Daimler",leaves Peacock\Wharf at Co., ConFigDinti 9nIteited.' / I : :'j." OUTn"1ange.r ; .

;'S ,-and .thereby: insure, themselves coanut Grove' every morning\\ -except .lMedrr'1:' Fulton- .rUh Market. N. T: .1.lnUr !\, Navel,Jaffa, ,\. .;,
against::the' eviloi being without a Sunday at 8 o'clock for Miami,arriv- Jaffa Blood Blood ,
S. ,home when the day comes when disease ing at foot "Avenue, D' at 9"\0'\ 'clo k, J. t-fJBAHREH U G BRd.. & co.. ', ,Ruby ., ,
.lay its bands u on'tbem.Please' .-:- - 4* leaving Miami for',Cocoantit Grove at WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.! ."n.QQr .and 1 arson'BrownOran-' !
lay this :smatter before 'Lh@'re'det1J.'ofiour 10:80a.m. Fare.25' cents . I :
] e&C'p'way. _
-, tae Murray Street2f YORK CITY\ .
tw .
: .Yaluable'1pit'r, and Will make 8peclar rip8;, returning<< to 'E+ abliah l 2$years.' Speclalalfentlou. | 1 my crude suggestion may.b*elaborated Miami in the evening for accommodation to Southern Fruit/and:VegetabUis.' Stencils. : : .r
i into pernrauenti'desigo, working; of parties,at jrery reasonable rates. and cards. on, application to '\. "- Persimmons; grapes\ Texas;. 'Umb lla, L.iistralian Silk :
good for our people: and the. general Go down and-spend a day or two at i .M.PRiCE, WIL AMs; Pat shrubs .
and
nfal'qwer "
r :good of all,. Aonrs&c, i Cocoanut Grove, the prettiest place on J4jan-4nu h-3vino...' Miami. ,Resident Agent. a quanHty\of\\ oruatnt and ,to -

../ e.'...J.duS. W.Ciiu>T.i the Bar. Speno. day at the homelike suit this'climate and soil. [JOHIV.ELL IS -
s \' AGENT :
'1' < Peacock Inn.and'il"t"1tbean ueM roy ERRY &SPROSOr| 6, # "
: al of' boos and '.fWlpt tITIo-N-: t \ I ?a2L'S'TCjJft.' .t
M:1 i x :Jersey cows palms otber, clumps inter tfngSig ts in 'the WHOL- ALE, COMMISSION MERCHANT).. w f

For sale. .Florida raised; '. many vicinity,. '_ _' Tl '-f \\.t( :Sonthern.' 4 f>,,I'k fruits'and Street; PUlL%PKUHU.'a : A choice selection ( k
4; Vegetable' aye?Ulty '#

:.Qtdec-ews. 1 Jacksonville Fsisc CLiU805,'Fla. .,. ,.Tor, Bile." a I II Bef oreDctS.. Dr:'; IRVIXO e'. & NATIONAL BRADSTKEITS BA: ; K::1 A-Philadeipbla. enty.Girds -..pr ffr Infl tl at the .office. /. :,;',

: I Boiler,;engines and other machinery.' ,and stencils oa application tor_ ' nnm of the MiLTROpn

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