Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: January 21, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00593
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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QOL.4---N0: '.11. 'r--; MIAMI, DADE COUNTY\ FLORIDA, (SBSSS:), FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 'f89S. I\ (. ;PRICE. '5 CENTS \

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S. A.: rkeriS-E' it g ,oysters in .*I Wadted-To rent a cottage, of from AU- Kinds ,of sewing m cb'ine'* DPIlfGSAT' HOTEL: BOYAR PALM. "1>

:AIIMII MINCE IIEAT all;'styles and at all hours at his restaurant four:to seven rooms byi? a responsible needles, oil and attachments, at J. -.,., #
c ,, Aveniie D opposite Hotel tenant. Address G. 'W., MKTBOPO- V. Erickson's, between. 10th ana 11th -- \
e, ;!r Miam%,. ,21Jan-lmohs and fRegular Lis office S'\\H r decSltf .St., on ';Avenue D., .t '21 JanItTlie d : : Hugh Ryan'and wife;,Mrs. A. Smith ;,
I \ \ I and son and Mrs. P.Green of Toronto F
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-\ : neoMial1 : 4ervices' at toe Methodist Perez S. Huff Stat!! agent of;the 0. -
Many Minor Jnseel1 Matters young man, Henry Friteher, "tapada;are here for.the season.| ,
church/ In] the! absence jof a regular,,I Equitable Life Assurance Society, of alias J.\D. Colder, alias' F. J. Card,'of Mr.land Mrs.Nr C. Camins {arrived ,
,f, Modestly 'Mentioned.J.d : pastor; S. \ IS., Burlingaffie will give Sew'York, and F. A. Lejlwith, United Loa Angeles Cal., who was apprehend- from : ,- 't
: ,, : ,. sbo States ;Commissioner 'arrived -in the Orange Citylast,ilondayL
>;- i ital s ijoth \'morningjind.evening.I i i ed for obtaining money under \false .
' -;: I city from Jacksonville fart. and ILG.' Brokings and wife,! of St..
Jas. of was in! I "The regular 'of: the .. Sunday pretenses from some of ''our businessmen !
M. Paine, Cocoa, the which Meeting City pentl a few days in the city. They and also some. in KeT\Vest\, JAub,| were" among.- the: arrivals'on, .
Council should have occurred '
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i city last-Wednesday. t { located at Hotel Bifecayne. ay. -'
were
Jut night,was adjourned until tomorrow i roughtl( before Justice Ashton ye ter- Moil t theref
. 4 George B. Foster' :ot: 'Jacksonville. night. 1 How about street lights? Harrison G. Dyar,,oil. Washington, day,-morning, and pleaded guilty of D. M. Camroan, of"New' Vork, U
this week. was ; r a short visit. I '
city ; misdemeanor. He *
in the remanded to
t Was :
D. C.., is in the: city ,and, located atlotellMiami.
The United:States steamship, Cherts stand
f Hon.Daniel Cosgrove has'returned : Mr. here last the County Court for sentence.' Hewas The stationery and news bas;::-i i
was
Dyarj
t :Ami of Xewj York, was in this '
port, taken Juno
to this
morning. received and is
now displaying an elegant : '
,from a shorten p to Key West.. week. Lieutenant AlstaUer and Euslgn' easori, but was at that. time in: a stateof line 4
: ''single misery';'? this1 time he is accompanied W. D. Crobieof Key inin [ of souvenirs;among which ,
Hays Were of Hotel West, was '
1.H. Daim of Yitlne.polfs"Mf: guests i
are handsome souvenir
qome
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spoons.
.Miami by his estimable wife; They the city this week. lie was one"of 'I' ;
,registered' at Hotel Biscayne.' '. '"." 1 will continue their tripr to'.Nassau on the pioneers tq! Miami, being associated Mr.!,. dMrs, : Harry Bishop.and son;' f er

Josj Mora'teaches piano,by: Batting- Captain Samuel'' Filer has returned the next steamer.: *: || ,.with (Harrington &; 'Tyler in the i of Louisville, are. :pleasantly located '. *

system, '.F *; ,,2Uan-tf from Key West! with his' son, apd Dr.S. Mills, Fowler has arranged, to building' Of Hotel,Miami. Mr. Croabie, for the season. ,F 1

George Lake, of New York City; is daughter it his beautiful and will spend the(he winter have office hours at Hotel!Royal ,Palm is now employed, on tbe/, vernment I MrJi Mrs.E.S. Boyle,of. :Memphis,
on bay near
grove works
among tbe arrivals atHotel: !,,'Biscayne. Buena Vista. from 9 toll a. m. daily.!") Office hours at Key 'West. He .was surprised arrived; ast Monday. ) /r
ai'his residence on 13th street, from ,Ito and. delighted,at the great improvements -: : Mr. and Mrs. A.: P. Good hen- of '"- ,
Samuel C. Haleyt)>f .Ifew York,' is Colonel 1 Wm!. Scott;of thq Jaw. firm 5 p. m. For the benefit of strangers in Miami since be,was herd 'Akron,)6.,; are enjoying the delightful r

tamong;the visitors at,Hotel, Biscayne.Board of Scott & Broome;madea'professionaltrip to the city, we statethaC Dr. Fowleris last, and expects to' locate several parties I breezes of the ocean and! bay. : -

.' : by the day, week' 'or, month. to ElliottKf'Y'\' this: week, leavingon a horaeopathist and was,'until recent- lands from in this Chicago on .some of the' fine Miss Florence Tom Ii n'son, of Orange, :

i'Bakers"irestaurant.-21Jan: -.1mo-hs and,f'O. Monday:SChooner. and ;(returniug ly, located in Chicago.; 4, vicinity.LostBetween I !iJ., arrived last Wednesday night., ;

:Hfn-gof;: Marietta, Ga, is regtstered'for ,Wednesday y! ; ,R. Wi Latimer the''extensive' ,vegetable Sam Filer' grove !>eF. CJrltten,. of New, York;'was 4 ,
L. Wo1Ce'merchant! tailor and Miami( child wb tecloak .
has with
imong'the
',a short stay at Hotel Bis- on grower of ,Lemon :City .was"l in prominent I arrivals on ,.i'tVedn
' exhibition: : al handsome ,line of spridg white hair; trimmings. Pleas return' s al.
: MIAmi .
ane.; ... on Monday and registered at ,, %
: ample in 8 suitings and pants pat- llotelCpnolly-Mr. Latimer, is 'lookng ,- o Miami Transfer Co. 21jan-lt* Cbas.dojrg'jwell;of East Orange, X. I

Tbe Miami Transfer, Coidpatip"hasreceived .terns.The' T goods are arriving A-t rMf daily for his father,,:motive,. andjVister Mend, airs Ireland of PbiladeU ']., and \ 'V"', U.. Gregg of SL. Louis v.. .'
a'carload' "' of,very. fine" "carriage"* ,"" # ,? 4...,4. front New London,'OoOfilT speffd the Have:Been so agreeably! dotiiictied'atlfoteln started on a' ,ten: days: cruise: in the '. '
:horees.D.W.' .- ))r.1. W..Plummer,'of KeytWeat, I season. 'They wilFarrive (next ,Monday Miami, for several rlvsteer: yesterday.| They will': go,asar ,

: ;SbeUHne of' Philadelphia wain .. was lathe. city khisi week. .He l'registered ', night and will be accompanied by weeks,.left for1,home on Wednesday ;a*Key.West." r 'r1.j! .' ,
the city this week interviewing. ..our, at Hotel Qonoily and took> a trip Dr. and Mrs, Burchard 0 the f leame morning. 'Tbe)' ;carried ".with them 4 i|''The ''Orchestra, 'under the direction ''
,n rcbants. ;. up to Lemon.City to look.after ls,8ne'ropert1 place. 1 J" S many souvenirs of this delightful ,bf! Signer' Mighonico i is makingdelightul -, '

The'HoteiMiaml will give its usual; there.' ';: ,fr v ,- FOE RENT A four\ room ottage'on;I country and several trophies their musicJ.' The first'concert of the day r '" ,
'John M.'Mervlin: \ wife and Mrs. fishing and beach i 3 the '
and ; 11th E'xcurliolls'.in at, jcasino in- the morning from
in the'casino hotel street near Avenue Dr' Address
weekly tbeJ
hop, of
'* ? Fi Monday of ockledge. came .down A this Ing a large;'number,of snap-sbot views, 11,td.12.301 At the hotel, in the eveninsr -,*... ,
evening
Ibis ; on' ] lot .a short?vioit to, the ; 'jKannepresenttng ? birds'wings, fish scales, marine-curjosi-; freirs4-8'to 10, an elaborate pro-" rt
;'There'is some,' talk" of-an elaborate city; while herethey, were the"guests : Fred A.. B. ties, and tropical plants., groin oficboice music is given. *1,, r
,'!german" to be.,given at Hotel Miami o if Hotel Biscayne.. Campbell, music dealer( Jackson : : '
-, .. -Mrs. Curry, a professional 'musician. The darjcing,-after 10 p. ,m., to the.. ,. ,
in : future. \ 1 ville, was in the city this week : ) '
tbe'near : a guestof
: J, WJi Watson, our.hardwaretoer: Hotel Miami. Mr/Kann'ia' elicits ; the patronage of Miamland exquisite band' music,-is much enjoyed,.

)0E.Hambleton.; who has'been visiting chant, who)resides at.Kissimmee, is in cleat: pianist, and,jn with profl-W. vicinity. Piano, organ, and by. ; the guePta.' J' '
,_ bis.;brother, in this city;'left on, the c cityjfor\ brief( visit. ,MrrWatsons Grossman St. Augustine company; is}'at violin taught;'!also voice: culture and Mr. and Mrs. W. B.Brookso Waihngton '
Thursday for the North. ,-. '' a member' of the State Legislature who olfege. 14Jan-tf i D C. here for .
4 J I tbe hotel with)1im.and who:; plays.the '. ,; | :, are ; a pleasant, .
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from Osceola visit.
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Mrs. A. P. Curry of Manatee, a sue,?w cou,nty4 I autoharp; with great skill, hive, been ','A, cablegram ,from Nassau-1 =was, revived 'E-'C. Me one :of Atlanta.Ga." cehier '
e cessful music'teacher;is in the city and I .ltev. d.-Or, Huntington, father superior [ making delightful} music forthe guestsof Monday'night after the '. ,.
shortly; .iD on Tuesday's' train. fr ..
hopping at Hotel Conolly. of the order bf the Holy Cross,left the bouse. *. f t ,
this.week for Krty West; to conduct departure the Miami {or that port,: ,John:.,Stevens and wife,.of Wiscon i , .
George H.Foote and J.:T.Baker;o f series of: services; Sty Paul's :Episcopal : 'The/steamer .City'of' Key|West'on, announcing the birth of a son :to. Mr.'' sin'', were,among ;the many arrivals- on gG

Cleveland,'0.,are here for a short time in, that cit r. I her)rip last Sunday;brought':over a and" Mrs. Charles ,Conrad Saunders. Friday, <| : j t.
.and are,stopping at lBisc yne.: 4', : large number of passengers from ''thetsland !lr".; Saunders: was; widely known, in ,A.jU.[ Me sod and C.S.Walkerof ,
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FOR/SALE."" Bu (ding known *s Cap-: ';City.:, Fifteen excursionists' this city and vicinity as Miss -Fannie Cincinnati; 0.1 prominent officials of 'a -.
,J.T. Rutherford, of New York, at ain Jack's' Place *Hotel ,' Tuttle. If, this ,Interesting !
'opposite r came over/to visit the new steamship news had tnelC.. II. & D. RR.,wbo have. been
rived in the city last Tuesday, ,He- is Miami.' Enquire 0(,A.."Good win J:onS Miami, among whom Were tbe' following .been'received a few hours earlier, Mrs. cruising on tthe east coast for several t
'pleasantly located. at Hotel Biscayne premises.FredlW., f > 14jan4t's i prominent citizens.Mr'and Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle would nO..doubt have weeks came'!in 'onPednesday- for a '. w :

When'you'want a good: dish o(Oy K"ettlei St.t JAugustlne correspondent J. M, Navarro, Mr. ,and _Mik J.. 'W. taken passage. !i on the1,first trip of tbe taY.;'J. KL 1\\u ,
tens call 'at J.W Erickson'a,-between of the'ITimr'Ubivas; in' I Johnson, Dr.;;J. PlummerJ, and ,W.D.Crosbie .- Miami. We understand that she is de- CJ audiMr'J.| Geo. ,M.t3rown! and,, I'Mr. .

,10th; 'and nth St., on Avenue.. D. 21janlt 'tfie city last4weeK: at the Hotel Royal ,, .;- , lighted to learn that, she ,has.a.grand, .' 'S.'Daine, of Boston, I t t
I son. We are 'also informed that the *;
Palm. He left the Miami fort Nassau Bliindyot. wefe amongltbe prominent. guests reg- r
on .
lint ; 1 Mr.'Stephen: Cleveland, 4
Joseph A. McDonald: and'Mrs.: 1ounggentleman'is'named De Forest '
'istering'Wednesday.
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and ,Miss"'Jones, guests of Hotel Biscayne and:will, "pvriteuptpe"trap} for >'Jbat : Ohio, who brought from Ohio (the fine vhicb fs the family name on the Sturte- ;.I i iHoistein
; : i iMrs. / " bunch of for .MrS. ID and ,El wood Haney l1 i
paper. cattle Julia ; Tut-
have returned from a visit to l vant side. ;iMrs.Jluttle's' maiden name I I Ao
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:Iiey' West.. \ ' .... : .. Mari iTayloiMWallace.:of Jr- I' fle,.was: here: three lfs ago1]:,and the was Sturt Vftnt. We trust that a long Jesse! Simmons; of ,Wilmington, Del, I :t ;
'and'around here" for! short visit
improvements in '. Miami are a and enjoy-r :1 4
>ana,Ohio, has been .visiting' :Mr.. and ; career,of usefulness may be in store for
Harry Watts, "of 'Philadelphia- arrived :Mrs. Joseph' PJ Smith at Hotel ,Miami. !.was quite a revelation to him.",\jiHe will this hew. arrival., '., .men t ,of the {i8shin ;etc.,:of this' ,
in ,the city on".Tuesday.' He: i is She left on Monday for Lin ton, where, : rem'an here for a: short visit., :Bia ,locality. Q 'i ;, ,, '\ ''j ai
Baking a-:tour, or.+the A east 'coast. ',. she spend apart of the winter with t daughter, Miss Ada 'Blundy,';'will ,arrive FOB Raivr-Two'rooms, furnished or \ .Shy jHotel Royal" Palm as, is all the
'on pleasure bent. ber sister / | '. ,from..Cleveland tonight,fora brief unfurnished, .with sewer and water hotels of the East* Coast System, is a: '
f' i. _.. visit" Mr Tuttle. ' connections Address box 280 ''
Mr. and, .Mrs.' S.:II. Richmond, and' ik + I with rjlAt city ocular that ommands in every par
:WrairFuzzard and family: were, in. the Mr. duet cej! who\is located zfor-' the' .: a meeting' of thetdireetors'ot tl 21Jantie' the satisfaction and admiration '

city this week 'and visited the. new season afliotel3iia'mitookouta.mer I Bank,of,.Bay Bi.C&yne.JJeld uuari '''There will,be'Ii literary and musicale of the, fashionable tourist public.\
ry party of fellow 'guests in::hiS.fine Nothing is for the comfort
entertainment/at unprovided ,\
Miami. the Seminole
steamship 17tb, a dividend of 6 pr ct.was :Opera
racht/Ermayn this\,week, cruising on II of the of the bank! House Friday evening"'next convenience i and elegant} luxury of, its' .' It
out for January
earnings the !
(r. and :Mrs. ndenof \ -
) Chitt*> Tails- the bay The Ermalyn has been beating past eight months'and, 2 prct. carried 28, in aid of the building',fund, of'the guests. The affable and courteous gentlemen .... '
'bassee*are making short stay in this the records :for. speed id, these waters' ,to surplus.account.Theregularan: Presbyterian Chiirch.15 Tbe literary in the office bave the happy faculty t

'vicinity.'They are at,present located' Jately.J 1 AJf nual meeting. of stockholders of features will cons st of seven numbers, of making''you feel perfectly at > :[ '

at Rotel.Biscayner.: : ;, 'Mrs. Reach,. And' Bedford, Reacbfher : the bank for the' election of directors readings;,by,Miss Jane ;:Maude: Dupe, at: home and,, in good com anr. The '
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George L.'.Behl '3tate son' -from England in the and a graduate of the Neil,College of Oratory toothsome[ delicacies and substantial
agent of the Ire city tbe the transaction of any other business ""
; ,Penn; Mutual Life Insurance Company, guests of Hotel \iConolly.- = They" will I will! beheld: e rua y'rd".as;: Philadelphia.! The Concord. character of the menu' of the dining-: r
Is in the city on business. He'iS*toping p.. leave for Nassau'on ,'the 'next,steamer per notice elsewhere. I. (N. H.) .Monitor::says' of her:: 'Miss room: have the effect of ,making you \

at Hotel Miami. xf., and will probably.return oon to spend ,Advertise''inthe Dupe has real talent, and gave her conscipus'!>> of'bf.inlf' well' kept; \he rich ,.
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'- i. METROPOLIS., Wecan and ,comfortablej furnishings of the
tbe season at Miami.! J' ,, tIf readings with spirit and power." The \ ?
Bicycles: for sale:or rent a /Bakersopposite' < want, ''machine J bring you itr de. ,Our friend t,read. Manayunk (Pa.) Chronicle; ".Hers sleeping apartments ,invite, peaceful .
Hotel' Miami. you a sewing for ,
,21Jan-lmo-bg. : rest; tbqwell-trained and systematic "
'aodff'; v. *' ./ cash or on' instalments call ;on 'JJWiErlckson The Ladies; Aid Society of the MethOdist was a: soft, silken hear ,but dream voice,such as army of bellmen, who stand ready to -
you rarely beard it
> having
between 10th, ind 11th, St.on church have decided to bold| their do your,elightestbidding,convince one '.
Ref.Wm. U. :StantonVillfcundnctBaptist Avenue D. i I 41Jan- t,{\ grand bazaar 'onFeb.' 2nd, instead o f you "would be glad to hear it again ,
services' r\ \ : } Miss Dupee) Imi that the geniuk of Aladdin is at hfs' .
; in ;
tbe, Presbyterian ti r Jan. 25th, 'kS' 'announced'\ : in: > last i ht'appear' anywhereand '
Doctor Franklin F.Marsha"note4: our' be of command. AH obese briefly mentioned,
pavilion ,next. Sunday morning and sure a warm rl'eeption."IThemusical
issue.. The location has not: yetfbeen
and features are self-evident demonstrations [
evening = / surgeon celebrated homeopathic interludes will consist of vocal 4
; B stonlwasin :' .determined. The event, ;will consist t of 'fact that tbe Florida East
of !
the
if specialist: | { cit y solos by Mrs. Gardner Dr.. Ora- .
F. yerbeioi' o{ beOrm, :of .KohnFurchgott ',' Tuesday, the guest of Hotel Biscayne of a fine concert; by superior talent, delicious bam, 'Mrs.,, Hunter, and 'Mr. LoanWolfea Coast Hotel System is the finest in the .
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sir ,Co/ of Jacksonville, wa He left on Wednesday night for Key refreshments tbe usual;va violin ,and guitar duel I world, that 1 thd Hotel. Royal Palm is' \. ,
in tbe city yesterday.onbuslness.11 riety:of fancy:\.articles, marine curios- excellence and :that ,Merrill (
:, e West, whither he goes. by appointment\ by,Messrs. Wolfe,,and ,Barnes vocal 1 par Manager: -
, stopped at Miami.' and tropical views,'on sale. _-The ,ad is the' '-
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to see a patient.; i, t\ quartet by Messrs. McCord and Star- right man in the right place. a.Bay .

l\ W. S.' McGlnness;United'States poe t' Tbe":Odd Fellows ,l of. this" it.j ail I II '', mission, .will be free. ,: H bird, :Mrs. :March and Miss Faris,'two n : \ .. -. : f',1', :

\,office inspector, is expected back from hold a meeting.next Monday.night i o',I Mrs.J:O. Moffatt, of this city/died choruses :by the Presbyterian Choir, ' ;.;, ': J'! 'f ..
i .\ uh Qgton' tonigbt-tocOUttnue his the ;new, lodge room in toe' post office' last Saturday morning at 5.80 ,o'clock and three numbers by the Miami Cornet , ; Fronts'at Cocoanut Oroye ""I, ,

visit of pleasure among ns..:' building. It is expected that the 'paraphernalia The funeral service was held at 4 p. m. Band. Admission!;;,.25 and 35 eta. Will: soon'be: all' gone. We 'have a 'i f

John; S. .Strieker,' and 'Wm. -D. will arrivein! in time to have Saturday at her late residence,:RevWm. 1 - i r tract 6f2tacres left. Price f4WO-: Or l I ,
'"Bishop> ;Baltimore. are,:here for atwo toe institution of,the new lodge. on ,tb29thof e of the. E PresbyterianChurch"condithe : Stanton officiating The cboi r : Notice- > ,c'r, we will cut it''in half spas to make two : 1| ;\i
three weeks' [ this mont_ j : fed lots often; and one-half acres'each'and ':- j
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or pleasurc and 4' < I
'are registered at Hotel Miami stay, Mrs. t singing* Mrs: Moffatt was the si sThe regular, annual' meeting'of the will sell ''either: '''ot\for ;;$> ., OO'< .,'. Cash .
: A. L. Weihe' ', an' artisUc'dressmaker ter of therurna'ge. brothers and Mrs. stockholders of the Bank of Bay Bid- preferred; but If desired, half'cash,and \:
WOK.CM-Brown; ,- president of Bank from West Palm Beach;has arrived ._! Bateaesteemed: citizens' of ,this city. cayne, for the election of directors d i remainder in one year at 8 per cent to
of Bay Biscayne and E::.L. Brady, the Miami for l 'the season and 06. She was; a wdow'and leaves behind tbe transaction of any other bnsfness; I right., part). This !property'is Bay '
I}; leading merchant. of Titnsvillespent a cuple *the little cottage .west.of the ; two little children Good homes have will beheld at the banking hOQS "o f I Front', and |'i ies between? the*paca.{ of .\' ,
few'day. in the city this week.. Hotel Conolly. She is accompanied' been provided for them. ,Mrs Moffat said bank on February twentr-tb}rei'. A'. R. Simmons and A. A. Boggsjx Bet- It,
The'fiaest- >' by her son John..; Mrs;Weihe will en:= was well' known and respected .In 'thi, s eighteen- hundred and ninety-eightc "' I ter secure a:bay front while you'un ,, :
lithogravure printing in gags In her occupation. at Miami. ., fo r city Her stricken:relatives have ou r 41Ja It Charles -- .4
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. GartBaide.M\ : ,J They will all be g ne a year hence. f
the SUM this .
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pay' strict;!attention to the seed bed. OmcK STATiojtKBT'. -llet: Jour) orI I

HOW TOi GIIO\VTOCCU\ Men who; 'I have had long years of experience respondence a credit to you*. \This F. C & \P R iR.

I bavej decided that the best placeto is not possible with \ipoor, ;;tatio ery. ,
: That executed at the MKTBOPOLIS office (
; The proFessions 111' I 1- I I plant a deed bed icon new hammock 0:K.'and up-to-date.. '' }! '
Shortest Line Between ill
Florlda.lod
land, and j think they are right, because I\ ,
J. Medero. an Expert Gives Our "
,
: the hammock land being fresh, T ; -] lortben Points. .

.'" ., \ Farmers\ Some r Sound Teaching.. you'are not troubled with weed seeds, Notice pf Sheriff's' Sale. Everett, Saraainalu- Augusta Ga., CoInmbia -

'-, ,-' and it doe i o.t.1'equire. the attention Under and by'Virtue of an execution!\I iLued Washington, Baltimore.
.,-- ; 1 V out} of the,County\Court, i >
County FlorIda
that an old field does.. You 'should, Dade bhi/adelphia'New| York,.
', GIO.IIL. BOBBIX8rYA : Hints Cover All. Stages of Growth and ,, m a certain, cause] therein ten Itng, Boston and the .
Curing from the Seed on to the Cigar. prepare the .land two months, in:advance wherein L.G. Lyman and M. B. Lyraan ajWl-' East % !"

i:HE ROBBINS &: \ and [When I say clear the hammock ated under,' the firm name and "style of Lmlu & il tt't'rt'tt. Macon Atlanta Chattanooga.
V "mean to take out the large Co., were plaintiff', and O. &C Head WM defendaotou Na nville. LonIsVlileCtnC'lunaU and Chicago
Everett. Birmingham' Holly Springs Memphis -
judgment the reiu"entered o'tbe
.A. :n i \ \the FUSrlda Citizen. \ trees that will shade the plants, After a Little Kock,Kansas city. 81.Louis, Chica.
\ 5th day of January,A. D. 1B\ln'' favor of j tHe go. Sioux City. ', '
I AKMKR3 of" Florida fifteen days tburn off,the trash. Then said pUJiitlff and against ,the.said, defendant, I River Junction,Pensacole Mobile, New Or- 4t,:. '
MIAMI ,DADE COUNTY ] need rain. Now ilig selll leans, Texas Mexico,California. and the Pact
contemplat-. you to wait for up I have levied upon and shall proceed to as : cCoAst- ,
Will practice In all courts, Ii \ ..In:1 the roots, aver which rake the spot off the property of'\;the said defendant, at public EFFECTIVE MAY? 10, 1897 J
'ng
gag
Special Laud Titles.Uptime We for have the wIg e smooth. When "it is smooth and in a ,outcry-,to the highest and best Wd'dieT.for eish, NEW YORK Exrtua No. 38, Leave Jacksonville ..
the cultivationofbaeco before the dooiij l of the court house, "at Jiino, 8:15 a. m., with Through Pullman Sleep-
abstract books covering' Of \: condition,soothe\; plants can find no obstruction ere for savannah.Colombia, Washington, Blimore -.
and receive dally reports t will \find Dade. County Florida,on ,Philadelphia,New York and all Easterntolnts.
the Circuit Court at Juno to the small roots, the ground -
.
manyusefulhiuts Monday February 7th A: D. 1898' Connects for Fernandine.I Return
transfers. All the certified
i is \1'1 this' Train No.37 reaches Jacksonville 930 .m.
p
for South Dade county are in ready. :' must be carefully the following described real estate,to-v\1t YORK
k the;following : NEW : FAST Abu.IIo. 36, Leave Jack-
offices I done. Whe you have the ground in AH the interest of the above named II tlefe ad-, souTilleOi p.m.dally,for tame point north.
lecture, deliveredrecently this condition! ant,O. M. Head, In and to Lot S,of Block Carries Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New ,
Fis.. at Ocala divide it into sections 76.according ,York. Return No, .35 rives Jack uTW84''=lOa.m. a
GEO. A. fifteen to twenty feet long four or to a plat of the town of Lin ton on 11 /In ,i
V by L. J. Medero, by the office of the')' Clerk ot thet Circuit' Cot CINCINNATI AMD JACKSOMTIUJC, No. 35.Leave! .
.t .A.ttorney'; \ ; .an expert thoroughly five feet in width: If you have dry Dade County Florida; alto all the defendant's rte Jacksonville.Chattanooga-7:00: p.. m Connect.. via Everett for Macon
Atlanta
General practice In State and familiar with tobacco from!the weather,. y<>4 i; must water the plants interest,In and to Lot'li,of Section 8,containIng \ + Nashvll1t"ts&buts Cblca&o.8nd all Louisville Northern'
All business entrusted will- In country twenty acres; Lot 13 of Section\ 9; and,, western points Re urnl r&raIA arrive .
two hree
-
tention. for every or; days. my \
Agent :
sked+ the finished cigar.. Jaeksonvtlk8taa.m: ; u' .
to )
e4t4
,
' .GEBHANIA LIFE ; \ where the land la ve'ry'fertilej, seed v>\ acres,of Township 46,south of Range 43 AiHEVU.LE: KOCTB. .
, of New York- '|Mr. tledero said : .' according to a i map entitled "A Map Showing! ne Car service for ThrouKb'PuUmau'Sleet
little} '
rr, All kind's of llferpolicles ''Tobacco IsV indigenous to Amer ca. beds receive attention; but here, Subdivisions of Townships -t.J and,-IC1 South I jot TolnmbiaAthevllle. Hot !8ptlngs. KnoxvifliBk:
". : where 'the Sort is so hot we must be 'Range 43 Dade Florida." hrough the celebrated Mountain Country of
postotttau. According to authentic histories, the fast 'County in and North Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 7:Or> n..m'
.
+t I it hi the island!', of more careful, and sometimes 'cover for.,said county,mi file la the office of the Clerk' Arrives Cincinnati 7:40 a, m., Beturning.. .1-
: aniards found .
OOll riveaJack.onv111e9:10a.m.
; WILLIAM: 8COTT of the Circuit Court. \i
:' Ciiba when they]landed.- It is a plant the plants from the.sun. And 1 have Only line through the beautiful hill country .
UIY.ll'and
farther Icvlea .
& pro-
'SCOTT i weave .shall -
of>Middle Florida '
TM . is good to them. Now Peusacola. and Eseambta
: I thei i family. .called 'Selenio Jutsieu. seed to sell,as the property'"or said'defendarit, Bay leave Jacksonville>:1S a.01. by )110.2dally
/' ttQrn s-at-Iwa" \ that when John Niccot the seedbed. shady| and are ready tb set at the time and'place and under the'terms: aforesaid for Lake City, Live Oak. Madison Itonticello,
) History says a I Tallahassee, River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile -
-r;. NOTARY out our plants. Before planting your the- following described personal property,. : New Orleans and the south west,Mexico._
F
", Will[ practice In all state ar' enchAmbassadortoPortugalsenttoQueen tobacco land thor- t-wlt1;combined WI'nchpster'rl 11\trunk I California and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleep>>'
f. Collections promptly attended Catherinel of Medeci seeds of a prepare your very and contents,1 box books 1 oil stove and spider,, ers. 'Return No. 1 arrives at Jacksonville 1-JA Ia

'. .k -U-june-97-tf'OFFICE OVER BANK OF curious\plant which he found growing; oughly.; You[cannot grow tobacco on a cots l globe lantern, 8 chairs,lj rocking' dial *Leaves mv Jacksonville 9:15' v a>m., for' /I'

'!the eninSUla,1,)he'had no thought'of black .or swampy land, but should 2 tables' SlanS'frnlt.,2 fishing rods :and teel. Hawthorne,Silver Spring. Ocala
DEng on\\ choose'a rich''', well-drained. sandy soil. 8 bens, 1 cock,2 sacks fertilizer, t cultivator an Cedar Key t'l
JAS.T,' its grea future, nor; of the place it was i fixtures seed drill and fixture hoe Sgrul Apopka,Orlando. 8tarte.v'
When the land C1tyTampa. Arrive Jacksonville
chosen tU
plow ;
you '
destined to fill in'1the: commerce of ,the hate hoesJspadetl shovel,1 rake.'l fork* J scythe .
.-i :SANDERS &::.AT world. i it.and in fifteen days plow again ; wait 1 powder blower, 1 table, bed and mattress. '. Nashville Route. :-Through Pnllmia'> .
I I five or six days1 again and Vie Everett Macon, Atlanta,
and plow soon
; R.J. C ILLI GwqKTR.
In ,order to give 'you! an idea,of the Leave Jacksonville 7:00 m., arrive Nashville ;
,
t I p
d
-Attorneys and unSeJ until 1 you $ore convinced that, i'is Sheriff, DCountY., Fla.. 140 nextpm. "
business will
of Ihejtobacco
valpe say i this Bobbins&Graham and H,B. Saniiders'ir.. Leave Nashville 8:00 a.m.; arrive JackeeavBle -
Office (n Rooms I to '\'you that, according to the United in good order Having done you Attorneys for plaintiff.. 7Jan-feb4 8:]0 next ..m. / -
Brown's. Brick \ must_wait for the season, for you can- 8:15 .. .-Leaves Jacksonville for Brans
,2-u-tf-hs States census 'lot !J18SO, the capital invested , wick by the Cumberland Route Steamer and'
: not'plant tobac everyday.. If you do Cumberland Sound. 1- ,
-
-
in the 1 man acture of cigars Order for Publication
\ ; ,
; .4:00
m.-Local for Everett. Close7
'F I connec- ,
not do this. there are 99 chances out,of .l r
was as follows: CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA Hon Brunswick. Shortest and quickest ,,
A. R. ., i : your or FOR DADK. ronte. '. ', _
100 of losing Plants transplanted 't /
I Cap tai...l... ...................;.58,517.877 crop. COUNTY, SBVRNTH JUDICIALitiR-\ ; 6:00: p. m.-Local for Tallahassee rnd-intermediate "
:i ttQT.no/ : Material u .f .r......... So, +1,ooa) dry''' spell will dot : 'cr/rr=Is CHANCERY.Albert point Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. mi \

Wag e'pat4.J.i _' ..... ...:*. 44.787.>rJ\$ grow. durin1a plants for three'or P. Sawyer,Trustee {I' i'I points.Pullman.9:40 p.. nix tor.sleeper Tampa*..and"jArrrve Intermediate Jackson.vilte7:35a.nu .), i

: COCOANUT MiscrllaneQosexpeneec. .....' ..... 11,6'140 four days, them in good condition the-Lake Worth'Land' or1 I i| 'if. . ....
I ,
Complainant i Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Asbeville.
> -
....
Buildings.machinery.too II, etc. 10,193.'Ia
Office at Residence. i : ;' so they tan grow off. Plants. S.Linton leave Jackson vllle at 7J>>p* m., arrives ._
} I I -Making total .3..: 182.4 2,1" William_ and Ida 'J' +I Ashevllle l:4Sp. m..arrives Cincinnati 7:4 LJD- ,
,a of. ) $ should be pet in bundles of about 1,000 Llntou, Defendants. \\ \ For Macon Atlanta two trains dally' Leave
-r-.n: : 1 'Ueo.W* I \ Total,value of yearly product..:'I ,6'J3.Z75 each, and kept/ih the shade until want-, "it appearing from the affidavit' of W.. W, 'Jacksonville- 8l5a. m.and 7:00 p. m.' .
!. : This in operation 14,070 Dewbnrst,the agent'and attorney of'the' com 1 Summers t\rates to excursion points. In effect.
facto-i- nl.
; kept for '
\.. ed for plan The furrows! June 1st. ,- ./ ,
.A.tto atHi : plalnant filed herein,(hat William Linton ""
ij' 'riesj which 'to' I Pullman S1 on all n trains..
employment -an '
I. gave should be made from north to
1. '. ,0 \ planting. and Ida M. Linton, the defendants pamed lathe tom'Send for Beat Indexed Township Map of
. '1 f KEY; WF army of 78,217 men. We paid for the' south,BO thai the may receive the ,ben- Bill of Complaint In the abovd "entitled ''JlorfdatoA.[ O. M- .MCDONNELL.

. ; F Will practice tn all the" material used in the .manufacture of, efit of the:sun' ; bit: in the noonday the suit pending In this: Court', are resident 01. L.I -'> I' Qenerai L
_* Federal. f jsigaw $30,298,960.; JTtis large amounts needs be a State other than the $ f' )'Iorlda.and ;. S. PEN NGTON .
to '
L I : plant protected, so as not l ';
: } that in ..the belief of (the af6anttnaidaffidavit ; I -I ;
pa'd and
for the to Cuba
t IfaH, most-part to receiv/more, :sun'than it needs. 'I 'I
\ they are resMental'or'the city and
. : S. Mills '. 1 Sumatra, with very!little for domestic forgot to say tha| the. furrows need to county.of Saginaw State 1 Ulcblr+n\.and\ J.:' H.BAH REN BURG BRO. & CO-'

" 'I' iOba4o. Jntil'no' Cuba has been 'supreme . be two to three feet a according to that Bald defendants are over'twentr-ou' yean WHOLESALE:_ COMMISSION....MERCHANT8.i .

V J:1 HO (EOP inher\ '"product. 'This supremacy the strength of the soil; if poor, three of'.ge.It Is' therefore'ordered that the said defendants i Mnrray Street.. NiwYORK Clr:;.

tti :, has been'secured by? ,excellence inualiiy ''Plants William 8.Llnton and Ida M.Llnton, Established S8 years. Special attentionpaidtdSoutherh'.Frnts
feet. should be sixteen inchesin '.
Bill ,' i and Yezetables. Steoclls.
appear to the of Complaint filed herein
;.. ;. 13th attest, arid no doubt the soil ,and cli and cards on application to' VV
the row. Som may think- this too against them upon. the Rale }bay In February y V :
Chronic Diseaaes a IJp matelbavei contributed; but, in.m. close, but I speak. |rrom experience,and next,being (he. 1at iIJan, H.PRICE WILLIAMS: ;
h- .
: V : 4ma- S no.. Miami Resident Agent.II
t : bas been the 7th Day of February A. D. 1898 ,
: factor
opityon, the great -, tbe'most experienced men in my country ;

I' }: "'Dr. Jas. Mi J proper. cultivation.\ |II ;base my. opinion ' I 1 agree with roe II' in saying\ this distance -\,J the once of the Clerk of'lIa dibove'nah. d \\ .BERRY &SPROSON: "

<< on the fact that in the: island of is correct; ''for if the plants are conrt at Juno, Dade Con ts\ ..., of.) rl1 a; WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. '
It it ordered further, that this order be ;
: -1 I' !MIAMI,y&L.| Cubain\ the same soil and in the same far apart the.leaves: are thick., In fished Once a week for four consecutive Weeks:psb-, |h f H2 Dock Street,. :PHILAPILPHIA.-
climate those. four Southern Fruits and Vegetables a spe l ItJ.t
i
.
exPerts. d while
'ii- t ; 8uc e or five days a portion'of the. plants, forthwith;in the MIAMI METROPOLIS., newspaper 'References:' IB visa" NATIONAL BANK, PlilU-j
\ 3- Office at Present: w'ho are noi experts,Iprl:who are negli-i will, have died, will be necessaryto published at'Miami,In Dade County,Flor; delphla.. Dux's &;; BBADSTBIETS. Agency)
TOWNLKY BROS' DRUG nt in the cultivation fail-in the maj at'llt I da. ". '/ Cards and stencils on application taHi
g ;, : replant. If fail to,do this you '
; Witness the lion:. John D.$Broome Judge .it : PRICE WILLIAMS, "*
2r'\ V Jority of ca es. Consequently the correct lose the use of la -
and the'seal of s.Id'Circuit Court, this mo-h-a.-mo. Miami Resident Agent
,
: DR.' R; E. ; produce 'of : I '
: : cultivation; to tobacc 1: Having, our field'planted,we come to (SEAL f. or} 29th day' of December, '
: a superior quality is the most important i in [CIRCUIT': COURT.] A.D/ 897.) 'TOTJB 'Cdaassro XDEwCZ'Ulle welt, 4
the of
question fertilizers,' though
t : EN: \ : ,
,
factor, ioiuccessi. I often bear it c fA:F.QtIMBY. printed Stationery. Get IC'rea80nabfei
' I 4lpca'n: what opinion, we "| grpw.tobacco here (Clerk of the Circuit Court of Florida,i i7jaiHftbj but get it good.. Get it at the MITKOP-
y
:.L. Office in Banteraoti said: grow tobacco; ...
without fertilizers /
four
for ,orfive, years : for Dade County OUR office I" 'f tf.
; corner'Arenae. D.and ,wanj,to know Is, how to; get. it cured." ,, because Florida lands are new. I _' .;
i There's the mistake because have , 'J
; you !
Of course fertilization is a benefit to '
; ..
I experts: hereinow' ''can all.the '.
John 'Fr \ who cure: the crop and it jwill-increase ypur '( -.1
S. tiobacco ; .Florida can produce But if order
yield. But in to make no mistake -

'Ciifl i :Engineer. aid 1< o ,:dokt! ,improve! make he .cultivation good tobacdo , it' is necessary- ]1 lthat! you.be mostcareful : 1
.these' cannot -
n experts '
in the use fertilizers. Likemediclne9
oft 'i
Public for State .iV P V.V.
Notary .by the process of curing alone. It t (
"j Particular Attention some fertilizers are good for, V '1

ing large trftcta. is my object [now to J natruct you in one thing>and sonic} for another. _; so '

Office 20th St., near AT. : the|art.of.cultivation bai first let me f r ersand planters should be careful

R rr .:4-21-tt ; show.you i the progress he[ have made, what' kind 'their: nsei.1, Each'.manufacturer e. e. a
,, -
in the tobacco business! in p
one
year. claims his brand the bestand the > f .

,. ,i : ,,1 HIIROI ,W ieni 1 I arrived. herd last year and careless farmer may|uin bja} crop ,The ', '. J

( i suggested t.he1 idea of plantingtobaccor best fertilizers are those which contain I -

I there were bat_ few/wt( o entered"into l 'en ithe 'tobacco plant J 1' S A
;
-- growing
.r ( i, \iOver 23.years- .experience." the business.But\ ;.\ five persons planted takes_up in | .. /" \ 'f

r ;.MetropolU. .experimental Crop*, which yielded,239 The tobacco plants1']v on one acre,take ; 6'j
Stock of
Full o(Samples '.
. )
V .1 ly-U / poles of j rreenL! tobacco. ':This: year seethe i from the ground every year I03 poundsof i
r..-- 1 r i-. /' dlference4I of bur THIS SPACE '
am proud people "potash. ,. 23: pounds<< : phosphoric! J> _,;:
t :.Wm': 'V, r. and 'it is' )remarkable the 'courage acid' and SO pounds of;'nitrogen. You, : '

". ,-,' and interMst they have shown. Forty- cant:]\ use :in. orderto|replace, these to : -' t i, Reel or h '
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"CONT
: ., ', three\ planters' f have' :produced> 4,315 avoid' exhaustion! 'oftcomposed e land anare8, : 0;

\. : 'Cf"Bock" Work and Bla poles for tbeirspring crop, and the fall : of phosphOric acid_ ,..7 perCent S NE V TIME ABLE .

". ;MIAMI, : crop: not \yet; barvestedj. All -of, thistobacco ; potash, ", 9t er\!\ cent; nitrogen I ; : I'

_., 'REstlmteth Furnished on wis broughtlo y warehouse 81 per cent., Use COO pounds per cre.

... .'. .: in a green'state' '[ and 'I took care of it. All :fforms, Cf potash' ,Containing chlorine 1oFLORIDA \ :
.
;< :; 'FRED R Those'at, a distance, can barn cure it. ,such aslcainit or niuriite, mudt be { ,

:.- .' _' ,, From l'Ithis'-you' pan:see,the business is ,.oidSis'/ hundred "pounds of 'ratable E& 5T COA T

< / Contractor ,now" steadily growing, to_ Ocala we" manure, with:200 rounds'of Peru:

I All, kind of : ,have.three'houses' 'curing j tobacco,.and ,vian" \guano. /:makes and e ? ) manu '1RAILWAY. .i -

M t-f ,Plans and 1 J some growers: are'curing; ( ,,their product'" rf/' "this crop. I, believe the plan- ; ,
i' ,
Dished free. for/themselves.- tef wbo uses this will ave..naught to II C

'l1JUD t7-U .. Nowlet..jus talk' about the growingand regret, :fpr ,it will i lm rove the yield

., For convenience, I. Very mooch.' % \\1 ,
:
-T .A N: : have divided' 'different ;steps 1Q'y One oftbe most v iinpoc tent thing3inthe / 1 r

ten section Met. 'seed beds; 2d, land; cultivation of. toba, co.is ,topping.If . i V V -
.
r4 .We 3d, preparation, of: the land; 4tb'fur- it4( not done the plant'-grows wild, i YI r' ,;

rows. 'and. !replantinAetti9fertilhers t ;;of'; { 5th, and 'iou'' lose .all' the 'prtofitcyou would k j't t

I planting! ,an.d.. make if you topped. at the .. ..,
; 7tb, topping 8th, ;suckers 'and proper .time. ,I::cannot tell you' when j t'1. 1 P
:
'"
sons-dlatinution'l : between'same;- 9th, of to- ....
to top;. You need this,]a,judge,.

V worms;\ lOth'cuttiog.,; ,'. bacco \jtidetermine! The time to
The seed bed '\lid one)of the principal top a plant is when it his sir-or seven

; things in;the;.cultivation} : tobacco.' : pairs of leaves. To top jibe plant, take

am told''y u have two seasons here, but hold of,the, .bud'and"pinch it 04'r

J'G. r.: in my opinioo yod have only.one,'and An acre of tobaccoslfoiildyfeld60,000paira .

V ;, ..,; ,.' if you have lost'your seed bed;you have I of leaves;'10,000 pairs 1'-are,coronas : ';

f .wrtte.for catal. lost; Joar'clcfJ' -'.So"'it :1."aeceuarl to ]Continued on page 8J -'" .rNfe- .'
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Tip! MIAMI METROPOLIS, JAN. 21{ 1898, ., 3I ... .-
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,.. ;
1 '" t 1> -
'
'; rt' ': purchase unless the leaves are ,cut in

., pairsand I know of men in'Tampa and '.

oF/ ", i 7 \ / \\ :.: 'New York who object to ?tobacco unless PERSONAL POINTS. ,

F 'J'HJ: a 1\\\ :, it is thus' handled. If;we'grow to- ), The sultan of Turkey is declared to ti!

bacco with ,the intention of ,making: a be a domestic man, intensely fond of
EAST COAST 1/ profit, we should 'grow in" such a his children for whom-he has a tiny '

manner that buyers can find no objection theater,! wherein they play small parts, :f
A for the delectation of their "j
papa.
to' it. To accomplish! this'you ;

/YSTL/ must cut pair by pair or; i leaves) Inplacing haa Queen Victoria's sciatic: rheumatlua' ,
becom.e.80"tnuch worse that, with r
; tobacco the poie for
on curing
"
I Support, she can walk only slew feet, *
'REACHED' ONLY/VIA i :\ /1' each pair o{leaves should beh'ung; so and'that with difficulty.' She has to be
"
; that the stems counterbalance each carried up and 'downstairs 'and into

,e'w The FloridaiEast. CoaSt Railway from Jacksonville' to Miami. The Miami and Key West Steamship ,Line ,from-Miami, other. In other jwordij the stems her carriage and wheeled,from'room to ..

to Key West. Parlor carburet service now runnir For rail road schedule seepage 2. y "' should, not be all on one, side of\! the room:. i 4Geor'jfel '

: Garrick. brother of the celebrated Jo
otherwise -
pole the pole may turn [and
I i ,!crw C>; ENS\ ,; : '- ', lose the tobacco. 1'notice'much, of(! the David, waa the tatter's most devoted -
slave
and laborious
= 84 and upward: !special weekly ind'commercial tobacco brought from the countryhas! packhorse.
IveyjWest
KEY'VEST Hotel l.! rate*. i LEON C1LLV, Manager. | distance " On comid-?behind,the acacias he usually. '
this fault. Farmers at who
I $3 and upwards; suerlal wrefdy and'conimercial a inquired "Ha David wanted me?" It
11tIt1JIHotel] Biscayne I 'rate*. , 1L E. BEMW, USAJES.\ iJ -- barn-cura their tobacco should observe, being asked once how George came to $

ST. AUGUSTIIITE-hotel Alcazar, j ()!$EPII P. GUKAVES, Manager.\ ,. t. '" this; after-which they can! send i ty,to die'so soon> after the demise of his famous

curing-houses. where men!;of experience brother, a wag replied: '"Ia.idI kfl
Casino Swimming Fool,'.. A. M, TAYLOR, Manager.PALM '.' :' _' : ' can finish curing it." I\ I wanted'htm." f'

t. BEAcHPaInt: Beard Inn, FRED. STERKV, Manager. ; "' '' It has been my Intention:to tell you King Menellk of Abyssinia will soon rbase

t IA [AM I- I aln1 U. W. MERRILL, Maiiager. E\ ; ":':L how to ,grow tobacco in the proper : a.reputation as a patron. of art.
Royal .
; .. You ;A, few weeks ago he was reported to
manner. can grow tobacco,but
PALM i FRED .h. ,have ordered from a Russian painter"a" ,
BEACH Royal STERBY Manager. '
ffoiriciaty J can iou grow such tobacco as will make ;battle picture, representing the defeat{
ORMNDThe'( Or not d. '. fine cigars? Tbat is the' thing. A '
1., ; I t. : of the Italians. Now he i haa commissioned -
They can grow cheap tobacco in other the artist Schleiaing, of Meinin-
1 t .ST. AUGUSTINE-Ponce de Le: JOSEPH P. Mtuager. ( ;
nr, GrEAVES States., We do not want ,to grow such ge-n.topaint a great panorama to beputtn'a
: : ; tobacco here. If we do we will Jose our building. to erected, for the pure -
orida-Bahamas s Steamship Line beginning> Jan. 17 \ \J.. .
N.t\SSAUt. I \ ; reputation, our quality, and1 conse > \ \ j.

1 I .iami ;to ;Nassau, New Steamship Mi ini. i quent' high prices and ,profits. >We FF/OM MANY STATES. '

need to,grow,tobac o'similart to,that'of
: Send to the General Offices, f LAuguaUne'! ./ or feouvenir: Folders of the East* Coast." -i\t ti Cuba, and if we can do'this the future: In a South Dakota divorce' case the .*, =
jury was composed of six men and'six ,
C. B. KNOTT GeneralSuperintendetit Florida, East Boast Hotel System. of the State is assured. "<
.
t women '
.
2-'dec-tf-h'.1t-MO! j ,. / ; r . ,_ ., 8greement.i, and of course there 'was a dis- ,
;! .
.. ICO 'Rooms. 800 feet of broad i HOW TO 'GRCW t t'I | TOBACCO.. The Coming Woman Charles Dorr, of San Francisco,has a
.
'1 4ptazz> Hotel office The In most South complete'Florida. 'I I (Continued from 2d )' Who goes to the club while! her ,hus- wonderful memory; lie can recite veratiin -, .... f
Large,light, airy oinlog-room. I page.' band tends the baby,as well as 'the > almost any play'after witnesa-' ..
Hotel TABLEUNSURPASSED.. (or top leaves), 30,000 pairs,second and good old'fashioned woman who looks n# V, eAt .

( ; thirds, and 20,000 j fillers. Two after her home,-will both at times get Jasper, Fla, a dog chased a rabbit, 4whichdaalied
r'1 (Rate $150 pot day and -ap- paced
hundred run down in health. They1\), will be
each
Itrard. pairs are on pole, into a gopher,.hole. The \
GRAHAM troubled with loss of appetite headaches
S. Prop, giving 300 poles per acre: As an illus: log followed, and a: rattlesnake killed, ,#
: Miami, Fit sleeplessness, fainting or dizzy '
14jan tf-g mft tration, one acre jpf tobacco, with spells "The most wonderu.remedy, them'both.], +**
plants', of this quality, Xo. lrshould for these women is. Electric Bitters. ''A New York barber adv rtiaea. to '

',. ,/ .. : yield I as follows: ji jiCO Thousands of sufferers from lame back each the tonsorial art-infive: weeks; }
I I.. l\\ and 'weak kidneys rise up and 'ball it )le permits the novices to practice"on his ',
\
., te..te. I I poles ot tobacco (coronas) at II per , blessed. It is the medicine for : .
I )f'Is i\ jl I ' i' I pole ...... ............jj..' .'... ......15000 Female complaints and nervous women'; [own face,and is frequently 1a.theredand, : ',
\ the most important item af ; ; ;troo- ;shaved 20 times a day. !fi-
ISO poles of tobacco(wrappers)at centsperpole. bles of all kinds are soon relieved .
,f.er grower,buy's* it should be l'[ ...?"""."..!4|................. oou1CK by the use of Electric Bitters Delicate A handsome man in Vancebnrg,Ky.,,
: ) poles of tobacco '((fillers} at scents (women should keep this remedyon 5 years of age has four 'wives >knd '

t -* /euab1e I '{ 1 Sure.QULc.k. ""Jper pole......,.... ...at.:.......;.. .. 25 CO hand to build up'the system. ;Only three families He was lately divorced* .

; 1. |\ Total.............. .J..,.......:-...$165 oo 50 cents per bottle. For sale by,Town- from his third spouse- the next'
.- : : : \ A i Un.g ley Bros., 10dec-is-eo6w-ly !morning was married to the fourth.
'In regard to suckers, which come out .
A hustling- lawyer in Helena, Mcnt.,
; between the leaves, people, do not un Advertise in the METROPOLIS its '
t. : ; needed the sworn verification of a legal
f THE;:SEASON'S RESULT, .' demand them. You""destroy the quality circulation.on the east. coast is large. paper, so through the telephone j he;

\'of your tobacco if you leave them called up the required person,who wa
\ DEPENDS' UPON IT.|\ \ and hence should break them off. Iyoti t The Royal Go..e'R.a .. then at Butte; and administered the
/ Our -v \ "I' *' I \., field of The young captive took from his path.: !
( ;. f IDEAL brands will 4uit 'youi / see a ; tobacco full of suckers: pocket a small oblong pasteboard box; : ,

: .'. ,/ T.hepriceis: right and so are the goods. ,1 .! y'ou,, can feel sure the owner does not extracted from it a coffin nail, lightedit THE CZAR'S''ARMY. ', 1 r
know his business. "
:. '; Full'stock.of Potash;Kamit.BQnd, Acid,}Phosphate, ; in tobacco ) [p'hls i is very:important and began smoking. Russia. '. Can Place a.M.ahtTKnltal'1'."
r and should The of the ,Cannibal islands
growing \
king ., Foree tm the, Field. I "
'
'
of'Soda i'
.
,Nitrate C S/-Meal'and (
: ; ; Agricultural be | '
constantly kept In mind. Don'tconfuse caught a whiff of the smoke and turned The army of the czar is composedof; ,

J: ,r Chemicals, "and3Iaterialslalt" Lbwest.Prices.' ,the: suckers with the sons, and pale '- 1 21, corps d'arme divided up into 14 cdn-

:-.( 'VXite'foIpri.ces3J1d:: : 'ask :for our- book: break: off the sons, and thus destrdy:.a ""Take him away" !" he exclaimed!. "Idon't scriptions. The strength of each corps

Make second crop ''The' eons take-the place want him! ,is about-45,000 men. The infantry com:
'lWhy'Ve. : the.IDEAL. \Fertilizers.: of and spring from' he root of the "Shall we let him'go,your majesty: irises'about IG$ regiments of the line _
"No! Feed him to the serlant tr'- lOi-egiments( of chasseurs,'16 regimenjtsof
mother plant, ,and form the second '
Wilson & :toomer' :.Fertilizer Co I Chicago Tribune. grenadiers' 12 regimenta of the :
crop,,which-Is too valuable'' to sacra_ ,:, .1 lrd. This will
.. g : : is a very fine'army,
At
-" .second II Boarding Hona
.5,1' \ fleet The '
." does not make '
.1.18-U-if. J ": 7ackaoa illet' :Florida.' '' crop Scientific Boarder-There are no organized,of great resisting-power d
; wrappers,. but are vpry good"fillers. prodigious tenuclty"says the ,Detroit J
'
{ : nerves of taste in the roof of the'mouth.
., ', 'Tigs' Foot,Brand: ..Blood, and; BoneKSi.'tper: ? Ton. Wheov'the_ land.;Js'veep'rich,.thre'\or If we-wish to get the fulI'ta&t 'of--:of \Free Press. .It is armed with a repeatilin& '
'
more sons may appear,according to the, bread and sirup for instance we must ,rifle very much like the French; Ler'bel

f ,'- condition of the plant!' Leave,at leasttwo put It in the.mouth with the sweet side : ,!and which is highly esteemed by th&Bussian'generals. +

\ .:. and this! will form 'your ,second down. The artillery Is composed -
- of,.96 siege, t.tuie8.-,,194 field
crop. Often Practical Boarder hi! T suppose : ;
more son* i
U
: come, which
} ,
43 *
batteries, 15 mountain batteries, .ba -.'
that iswhy all
this
the ;third Farmers' lose 'tbe'irsecond we eat bread and
crop.:
a cheraLand thr mort r.re&1-|
;
series
butter with"the buttered side tip-JJ.
Fr crop by destriying'soosanthus d inents
-altogether nearly 5,000 'light
Y. Weekly' i ,
lose 40( per, cent of their crop.The pieces and l,50d siege guns, ' '|'.
Interested : 4- The Dlaereaee.e .
R U : worm is the great.eneml' th When the othersellow rich Besides thisthere arebrigades.of
get. tt'sluck.>1 .
** t tobacco planter.If you neglect to ,Just blundering 'luck. that' brines him engineers military train, railroad.eleotricians _
IN THE worm gains. torpedoists, velocipedists, po'lice
S tobacco every'dayI:.your tobaccowillbe But when tte'RIn It'."'a ta6 of pluck. ,rte..ls to the imperial cavalry,it Is>
lost. ,If, the I leaf has 'one':small With Intelligent effort and lots of brains. Well k'nown.tb be.one of the finest'and.

East Coast of bride=? worm, hole io-t' it has. lost 60 percent, -L. A..,W. Bulletin. by far the most considerable, in Europe. z'

ot its value;for if the leaves have worm .MALL DOSE*,' I It It is|composed '_
.( : --I--i--i i boles they go into, fillers, -worth 25 like Cossacks, for example who ,'

Do you want to learn /-J, cents per vo 'nd. Look! carefully for # lis enjoy a certain degree_ of independence *
all ''the and some privileges and;who yet,submit w
,worms over leaves. Some;people
More about itsResources == J : to the usual discipline..Thi! cavalry"isdivided ,
look for tobacco
worms as tbough
:
.
into 671 squadrons,of which 352
e: 4 C1lmate, ..e looking' for elephants, when [they .are regular/ cavalry cuirassiers,

r Should, -- look very ;carefully for:worms ,dragoons,. uhlans. and hussars and 319'
e
and eggs, in,destroying hich you destroy Cossacks. ""fIK '
Developments '
:. the embryo Worm. c- :

"". Possibilities P, ; Now as.t. cutting: Just p- as.'.soon as GEAR. LICPLANT'" DOES NOT" ,SMELL )

Then- write'to nndersigned for a copy-of the the plant has reached itlye proper con O.IJ"iBulb'A! ; Droken la the

.9 tiOD'',it needs to be,cut! "Much tobacco i JXtronff Odor, Perceptible- :
'
; 'Florida East Coast flomeseeker About; three-quarters :of the garlioused
in Florida'has lost th
; greater: partof in this country* is imported from
I Mailed,free to any'addressLE.IVGRAHAM its lvalue'by being left' too long in Itil). \|lt domes in hampers containing'


: eLandCommiaioner year which 'had remained from 15 c Y' few Vcrk-Snn is raised in this country" ,s' '

Florida East Coast Railway, days to .a month longer'in the field in Connecticut, in'Louisiana, in Texas

.. ,26novtf / > Brt AKOTSTINV, FLA. S than it ought. The sellers lost by 'not ,' and in.ew Mexico. All garlicbothiniAnierickn ; -
porfed i and js' ink ,
- cutting in time. t cannot tell you ex- put.1rp
rtripgs'orti.unche, somethinglike the m 1
actly when to cut but when
the leave
"So doctor has prescribed : bunches in r which onions were once t
-, e your ; abi1
dart
take on-a color '
\ ? ... ; green and do not cycle for you, has her / soldinthis;, [ coun trYnnt much longer'
'break* easily, they are ready for- cut- "Yes.", American' garlic is shipped' crates 'r

- fng. But it is equally as:bad: to'cut "Did he give you any directionsbest regarding and i\barrels; some from the.far:south' "y

( I .1"I t: before lit is .ripe. I;'believe, the its use?" ,I Vest-coines\ in'long cylindrical baskets.
: r\-\
'; way for the planter is, aft sixty days '"Yes; 'he told! me not to take mor, 'Garlid is sold bythe pou d.or bj the, .,

;\ $ THE :.POMONAURSERIES.1LO ,1' to go to some curing house and get an than i six drops after.each meal."-"-- single bulb, which sold for a penny:
ito-Date I, 'I' In its icommercfal-form, whole and'dry_? .,,
... his and ;, -
NEW CAT AIOOO[ expert to go to field tell him if -

' .. fORJ |Ov7O ; it i is .in! condition' to put.lWe I baveOcala r1 Too 'Tmey for garlic which|does it not is famous.yield* the In strong a wholesale smell >

,,WILL BE k .ADT'jo MAIL,LI OCTOBER.One .. curing houses,'wbien buy tobacco Lives. of 'great men all remind us. produce-establishment .'where, ,garlics'
; .,' A* their page. oer/we turn :
:' P rtT writes* u follow\ o< oar 1897 CIlia ,in f. green state, or: barn tired, withmen i ' That we're apt to leave behind nt' was stacked up in quantities there was, .
': lorner 'WUlyoti please cad me a copy of ytmr 'in\|,chagewb can tell! 'you just Letters valuable Narery CJalof I toad a copy,but '">- --N. T. Journal. i
" At: ha-vc ioaavd it. J.find to many t.tcreati.r ;When'your' tobacco is.r .ady: to cut. ... of the several; smaller bulbs of which, ....
>
i A'. thing ia U'tint I acn;: pair of sLoad. JI IDOIT. .. each root are composed and which are
* '
;;'!t. t : Oar py"sew IlIgS'btalol1l! will-contain f= Jl'al1.tJte! !leaves by itself. ,Somercui the whole What'*' '''the /matter: asked the called cloves of garlic be;.broken off and '
{; '!good feature of the 1X97 catalogue:beside*many, f stock but this fs .penurious landlord. broken \jn| two,the powerful odor-be;
,J \new: one. Fully,Illitt-tratfd wi.h practice bad I U o' "
many new'PltotOKTiphic : \ "Tb plaster B f aileron! the ceiling comes perceptible. ..; .
w Tiewa.>We! offer r-fali line of for where this! is done, all qf the leaves '
.. p Frait and OrnataeaUl: Trcea and ShrnUa a'iap cd \ ; :aid the tenant's.son; % ,< The aggregate consumption of garlioto. ;
'I f ,U Soathern plaatiac.! .Calalooae Free.: Addrea are of the same quality. :Men of the "Well, I hope you're ,satisfied The this opuotry': is'Iarge'and- ex '.

'. fIIewMt....-M-.t p..o..... :THE GRIFFING BROS. CO ,, .' 1. greatest'jexperience in my native cow nfirst'thinglYou did when you moved ,ports, of*it_to South American tuna {

\ cedl-f. 3.s!)tcnl'bw.lftz;, rovcvA nxszuzs.,I 1IJ.CClEDT.n41 J| try say'cutting,the,whole 'Italk .nev'given er .-was to_conplafn that'the ceilings were ''tries which Include American ''garlio

;.,,;-- ... .,...;._j v the best resulta. Buyfers! will not ,tw low/V-WaiWnjrton, -Star :land, impoirted-garlic reshipped amount
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t.:" ,4 / I THE MIAMI'i\| MET OPOLIS, JAIL '21, 189,8. \ i": ; :


I .. ,
I 1 I t1
: P'rrott'Ic@-resident and gener- hey would Dingles thesis '

r The ami almanager; of the railway,'and Super.-: itoutly.! And'yet i deny' we cannot say that '

1etropolis. intendent R, TJ Goff went along; also\ Dingley ha* done anything/to cause Bank '
this cut of f
in wakes but merely that he
J.A. McDonald!\ who, with his partner has done ; : Bay Biscayne'
,Entered In the Pottoffice at Miami, Florida nothing'! to prevent it, and
;;: as-teeol1d-claSlll1t.t r. 0 Mr. Magu has charge of hotel they will, get 'punched: ; atr the polls in ,

t.. construction; C: Knott, who is general due time for holding ouV the hope and ,
THE MOST SOUTHERN NKVSPAPXB
PUBUSHKD 1
1:: manager of 1"[he hotel system,' and expectation 'that they/would! prevent ,
ON Talc MAINLAND OFTHK '
it. One lesson this event : (
tanff-'wjse;
. J. P. Beckwitb aftlc With MIAMI FLORiD \ \ .
, r UNTTZD STATES. manager. does teach, and that i'* that protectionwas \i\ \ \
l ,< the chief to e, and all these ab t" not needed TENDER I .
build the
rPnbtlrhed by the East Coast Publishing Com. ,to up cotton IHCORPORATZD THE'LAWS OF FLORIDA\) \i
f... ..... paur, a,Corporation, lieutenants on hod to put their heads industry of theilio; tho it came to life i. ., '.
In i )
spite of the Competition of New \ "
together the to Nassau and '
plans
'BLLTFR S, GRLHAI, i IEditor.. ; as England No tariff ever helped it to ; Conducts a General Banking "-
the' contemplated improvements at: the WM, M. BROWN,
extentofo,1( farthln'g.orwould '
t. Subscription Rates Miami and, other"joints along the East it be less prosperous? =, if all tariffs were PRESIDENT Business. Issues Drafts on All ......

L. +' One Six,monttis4.Tear ;:............j..I'..;.$3 1 (00 O Coast 0 will be welljconsidered I I and matured removed to-day J; It stands on bed-rock R. R. McCORMICK.. Parts of th World.. Accounts t

o; Single ('ople..1..l. 05 and we may be ,able to have and will( outlast all the protective. tar- I'V, . '. Solicited and EeVy'Favor Con"I'' ) 'r
'. Foreign,subscription V) cents pxtrs to cover iffs imagh&TWO t '
t\ J... i XK>stace, 1 something interesting to announce jri :\ CHARLES. H. GARTHSIDE.." sistent With1 Conservative,Banking -
-- - - - - --- - - - - I "
our beat issue. : i 1 CASHIER "'
..' .The Metropolis U for Sete at the Following i Extended.. i .
\l ,
:
\ 'Apncies: 1b I r . I \ DAILIES AT PALM BEACH. '
t,t A.T.Carter,Cocoannt Grove,Fla. ,' '{Dean of the lake \ \ .
Brp Worth News
i" CORRESPONDENTS
Anthony Bros, West Palm Beach.Fla. ; >| our I second'page(\ we present a' ', : : : t-
\ Alfred .!teteri. at Wollea Gents' FurnishingStore ,valuable article on "ilow to Grow Tobacco ! who7 had a nice!,little daily at Palm, ; : :

J. Samuel, Belcher)Miami .t'la.f ," which contains' some valuable Beach last, year- f'Kan'its issue againlast I Seaboard National; ; T3ank, :- .' : 'I New;:York.Nat'l .' .

,:" C.-M Key West Greer News Miami.Co... ,,Fla.Key West FIa.t .... .. h hints from, an I experienced Cuban, Monday.,. (is much i improved in Bank of Jacksonville, Jacksonville. '. '

t'i t-- All' communications' should addressed and"" grower on! the subject. We publish i t appearance, very.newsy\ ;and It printed, FOREIGN 'CORRESPONDENTS} .

a t, all rbecka,draft,coney orders I and. other re- becadseot (the 'many inquiries we hav, on very fin /and ptol1sivepaper-. : Bro. Knauth, Nachod and: Kuhne I New'" York.
mlttanres made payable-to ,
THE EAST COAST PUBLISHING CO had lately! for information about to- Metcalf, X>f the pun, proposes to keepin .

.' 1 Miami Flip baceoll, growing :from, farmers in ,this i the front, and::1;. has also. launched a Elegant" Iron Vault and Bargiar-Prooi Safe With Triple Concussion Time Locks 'I
,/known .
vicinity who are prosecuting the industry daily aa: the "Palm Beach I.

,' MIAMI, 'FLORNIi_ ; FRIDAY, ,\JAM. ,21, 1898. on ,an extensive scale. /A fine Breeze,' 'and a nice little Breeze it ,is. urH. j; of the }Most Imuroied Make., \, i: ,

--- -, ----- exhibit, of Florida grown tobacco in all The tjp6grap"hy i ,good,and the paper "

WHAT airs, they are, putting, on at stages\; of'':, development. was giventhis of splendid' quality, but the strongest '

Ute new terminal!l' You must enter at week"; 'at the Clay.County I'Fair at. \featuie
:\ < _this gale and edit by' that o .e\ What Green; Cove Springs, under the direction graphic, service,jcontaming a 'condensed ' / ,' '

4 .' an array busses and carriages!; If of the\ Fair Association and the but, full report of the financial \\ :

,it were not. for; the tropical,. balmy Florida State, Tobacco rowers' Assc- arkets f if the day\before, including "a INSURANCE. 'FERTILIZERS.We "

5:a ,' breezes"which fan the brows' of the.trav elation 'The exhibit/ as a'very convincing list of the,closing (quotations'o! all the i-

':'. ellers as' they,alight, aud the absence one and called J for' exclamations principal i ,stocks JThis\ feature' aloneought We represent T rs.ix.milJion\ i : Bdfiideat for :

71\ ... of sputtering f Incandescent. )] electric of surprise and delight: from'the toj\ be wo'rt.a' dollar for everycjppy dollars of Fire Insurance O Capital;ands\ sar ''and"Ideal"branda Agents of Fertilizer."Swift*,

r I' lights,they might' think, they, had arrived : many visitors to the'"State who attended of I I th paper to any of the have paid over $3,000 fire losses inMiami Our,Prices,suit Pocket; and

(: in. one .of ;the great depots of the ,fair,and was,'a means of affording '' sopping capitalists\,,who, happen to be in 1897. Will write in Dade\ I Goods salt'your your. oar -
'
sDon't
Xew,York or Chicago. .''much practical, ?knowledge to the \at the Palm Beach' hotels or Brevard Con ty. .\ \ "
Me'tcalf's little| sheen*\ they can '
i . i -I" growers' pf the State/ Judging fromthe learn .\
u number experiments' in as they eat their breakfast 'I \
.. tobaccoplanting '
;i 1"'i .esteemed"WE acknowledge representatives with thanks at Washington to our fn Dade:Bounty, and the just what\) was bid'itor I\ leading! stocks collie tb us unless yon want. your mooey'siortb.. : <

:. .
splendid success of those experiments, when the\pew York Exchange closed i IT-if. \ '
1 A ,Hon. B. :W. ,Davis ,and !lion. S. 1 L' ":
.this means the day before, and }ban place their or .
industry will'l no unimportant ,
Pasco, then receipt ,of some packages,of wire \ \ '" ,

garden seeds -from' the Agricultural I one k to 'this"'t"ct'lon.- ... des EXch by nirp burns in'Se'w:on tho York same before 1nv. the . . . . ." . : .'l'. '. . ..

Department.'hey are of {famous -.- :
: these ; .
I Both of little dailies i will be of '
varieties>s of tomatoes lettuce and I THE: TARIFF derided '
QUESTION.
; benefit to Palm Beach
other vegetables, and are ;intended for 1 and H.J.Eggeri&Go.: : '
'
{ )us .ai f present when general! and Lags Worth, but'we believe the rewardof r .
experimental planting. We shall! en- heavy;reduction in, wages .
among the the editors and proprietors be
\ ,deayor to place them where they can employes gaccessors! to,E. L. BRAD{ & CO. H* .
of is the
New
England being put I mote in shape F honor than Fn '

be thoroughly tested. I\ / I IDto effect' ,the tariff question looms up money. It (\costs 'mO t J arid' it tabs : Groceries' Grain ,Hay and Garden Seed. :

'.' 'r.- I" . I 'I \\ with new Interest.. Wage earners were ots"'of work'to make creditable'I daily, ," .

tf. .,FRATERNAL. KECORD'/, is toil that;When the JiDK1e1.tari1}' bill even a small one, and :both of,those we -. afAPES' .: .
MIAMI GENT 1
: $i jMe" name,of a new, clean: bright.and'reliable was passed; ,,that wages w uld .be Increased mention are,creditable, e .;.., FOR, FERTILIZERS.. e" .

"r 20-page' journal published in! that: the country) would) be, t t .IF r \Ve call the tteniion of the people of Bar Biscayne' to our stork of Staple .e.
Jacksonville prosperous, that everybody: would' have and Fancy Grneerirr, fruit and Food Prodw't'of all kinds: also our stock '.
by.J., t1''bite.'Itis: replete j\| THE FREEZE'i'fPF 1893. of Grain* Hay Brau,Cotton Seed Meal, round Food.and U beat, .
plenty:of work;because the tariff '
with lodge news and wbdom, and new\ We are the outs 'house' on Bar Btacayne dealing exeluMrely in the above
editorially".s ysv"Our constant',aim would protect American labor against The freeze of January 1st, 2d andnow 3d, line of good \\e boy{-lose and will lieU rlo e. We, invite your oorwrpond- 1
that the haze sues And solicit your patronage,* ,\errtrnlrr 1- H. J, EGGER &COMIAMI '"
will be to elevate,and encourage all,organizations the competition- of''the' ,;'poo ly-pah Labor has passed away, I-If-if .\. . : , .

e ... . that teach a lovof the, Europe., : I does not appear to have been nearlyas . . . . . . : . . . . . . . "
destructive to ;
'good and the'beautiful .i in,.life, and,:especially Dingley says; himself that the nation \ Sate "gro\es
throughout the as'was at first
those institution j that care for is prosperous to-day. lie carrot deny an-
,their dead'and that his bill' ,has become a l law, but : ticJpateoV. As we said in a former i issue
the sick and dying,bury ; \
'- comfort tbe'widow and orphan.. | Mr. wages are going i down worse.,than ever!I the worst feature|aboat ,the; 'last I'
freeze was not so much the actual dam .I I' "
:>Wbiteis.an, enthusiastic member,of be.it throughout; Xew England as a result done ,
i of dotnestic'competition.. age as the demonstration of ;
Odd Fellows, Masons and Knights : '
'is
what possible in. the wayof cold
The Dingley\ :
: <<{ Pythias, an able writer and a good citizen ;,bill: cannot\ prevent : e '
;; who is 'for Florida; first, last and competition,from the Southland"where. weather at any time. People bad be ,

all the time,. and'the above organizations the, cotton. 'grows',. where, the sun' .is gun td\ forget about the !freeze of 18V5, t" :
.1 \', where more' be and in a few months, people in general Businoos' and ,
will, no doubt lend him a.hearty warmer comfort can. Riden'c Lots '
,support.. I. _i had for ess money, than i in bleak, New 'will' have forgotten: the'freeze: of this .

'_ i.. *", England. 1 1.The I montbbut: prudent investors will not j' '

i i ; New 'South ,has shaken, off,Us forget \Ito' soon! and many .a man who t ::
'WALTKR Q. HOBI&SON, :of Gainesville would have bought '
fetters apd "or planted an orange
/ successfully competes with
: :has been ,appointed,'Register1 of this wii' be :
1 that section' of the country which has :grove year deterrfromdoing -A. E. KING'SLEY .
'the Land Office,to succeed J.M. Barco, held supremacy in''textile manufacturing ;, so by memories? .of January, !
and ,Henry S. Chubb will, succeed\ ; 1st 2d ,And 3d of this 'year and the '
for al li n \ .. ,It has done ; ; General Agent for Mrs. Julia B. ,Tuttle: "
D. Wainwright Receiver>: The.out- more. It.has conquered competition... same,,is 'true of, pineapple4 plantations ,

goingofilcialsbavebeencompeteatao; i : north of Biscayne_ Bay.j\\|\It; is always -

faithful[: 'and have In the earned discharge the commendation of;their' duties i -. 'admit. Republican)openlythatNeV! journals! '\)' are England compelled'can to best'is very to discouraging|hook on' the to bright those' side pineapple, but it Prices From $50 to,, $1,000 Per Lot,, According' to Location. ,;;

_4 (of the citizens of Florida. Of the new no longer compete with the South in growera'iwho'\ ,had,'just fully recoveredfrom RAILIttUl} FARE to'Miami over,the''FloridajEast.; Coast Railway will .be; re- "'r :,y


:officers much good can be said. Wal ,the, manufacture, of cotton,except by 'the freeze of 1895, and brought funded to each purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for inch .
reducing to the of fare which receipt will be received as cash input for lot. _
waged point starvation. payment
"ter,G.:Robinson is an old'and.reapec. tecj their plantations: up io'the old standard

citizen ,of Gainesville with' excellent factories. This like means farms that New' England's. realize that they :will only haveh :tMtain. O{ 7.CQ :
its beaban-
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business reputation and qualifications must ) ,
lf a crop or, less this year| .1 :
,His'ability to perform the'duties of theoffice dosed It could no 'longer ,compete Some'of the reports as to the destructive '

"+ ; register, : cannot'be.'disputed with tbe.West in agriculture. It can effects of the'freeze of\' his month... HOTEL MIAMI I .> '
longetr\ceitn\ with .
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lienry,3.:Chubb the receiver in '
new which appeared in the great Journals of !.If'';, .
gentleman of unquestioned,integrity y \cotton,manufacturing.- I,. Northern Icities w re1grosilJr. exaggerated : t !Ml a h, F1a.t0 ". ")
and business ability.. Both gentlemen Thus they\ advocates of a high tariffire \I '
; : ; but I the truth is, the,damage : -.' r / ;
have been 'active workers in the Republican confronted. ith Ja problem which the State Was by.n'o means trifling,and I .
: the .: demands .a prompt answer,and which NEW YORKPre5i7 ;BAKERY.1
< .'ranks, of State. *-- unanswerable'; I was a forcible reminder&;what happened .
r . IF I 'In 11895 .
-\ [ and! what inly happen '
x;'n: PABBOTT, vice-presidentof,of|'the .When'' the votipg.factory operativesof I, again.I ,, I I: 12tt Street, west of Passenger Depot. ,
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Flo rkA\East Coast: R']',/is Very,proud New England; 'find that a protective ft Rye, j

the 'exsive; depot ground<< at, the tariff cannot I protect"' when they find Some Fine Holstein Vienna ii Bread
that its exaction l will in ,
'. terinffikf We future bearinurbeavll'Upon .
new understand, be ex-. -
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Mrs.Julia D. Tuttlehas ] received Home Made '
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peots titakrtbem : ,
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: to from Wellington. O., ten head of fine t r .. .
lout of Wa & gton. ills ezpeo-, their Southern' brethren, as it always Holstein cattle. They came Ythrough Graham, :- / ,:;

tations" wilt nodouut erealized.: ,They ,hai done, Inv| the|past then.the scales 'on a* carl in, charge u- [ Mr.;SStephen Baked''daily and Delivered;Free:to i, any.part of towns'Rolle ; : )i1

'are,'\to: be. embel1i h' 'itb' will all r rom: -theif eyes, and tbef will lundy, of Cleveland. They ,left, Wellington ,Bans, Oakes Pies., Everything first-class. Specialty of fresh confection '
IropicaI
trees, 'shrubbery" and Bs.- experience pLange.q: .:heart. In this here tMonday! | ,, week and arrived aDd nnta. I have one of the most modem. and firat-claea ovens .Picnic, and.excursion
connection toe Wednesday, beingnine\ dayson parties famished on short notice, 1 ''
are attractive rounds New_ |York Evening I. -
)cry few depo iII I the road but many stops re made ; '
!' tile. South; certainly not% the .Post says very pointedly?< on the road,as the cows" are of tllperiolbreed ADAM. MAYER, Proprietor, .

route ,between here and New "Is there anything tri be said bout and great care was taken by M r. ol-Bemember I deliver' everything free-of charge. Remember the plies.12&h'Street.'lut. vet .
Blundy in bringing them here. The paafttnger deort. : / '
Jacksonville the Din le1 tariff In connection with : !-*- fmoFfedk.
Savannah,' ; ColnmbiaMCharlotte bunch is the finest that could be obtained ,
|&his cut in wages at Fall River .NoMuch "
:Danville'and., ; Lynchburgj =the ,less, the better, we think; in \Ohio,-and everronelknoW3how \[ '
_hat nothing'attractive In" the way,of folP&he papers,'we pbserve, have very, much that mean*. One fine creature S. Mo'rse
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.'.depot grounds. EyenAtlanta, has few commentsto; make;and they allude Daisy;l Sudean. weighs 1,700 ,
bjectas'Fall' pounds, and i I is said to have been the t
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s ; River' New
nothing .ereditable..Asheville. : Nl C., Wage-Scale,', f Instead of 'Fall 'River's second brat cow in the State of Ohio.
is the only place.-wlth any pretension 'Wage Reduction.' : #According! to, the She gives 35 quarts of milk ..day. ,The REALf '

to attractive depot grounds, and then Dingley theoor,this ought to be a period ' rest will'' milk' \'all the way from 20 to 80 I i
quarts a day. Daisy Nudean bat.taken .
w.erni' ( lnal, ,at Miami ,will, be' faahead r of-advancrer wages.|Dingley him ; '
self the country is the prize everj year at the Ohio:I!State '
says and f
.' of.the last named point' that that the ,prosperous: due prosperous,to the pro Fair for best butter" and genera milk ;/M iami Dade cp'. FJorida.AGtlMT .
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respect a few months hence. tective, tariff that K ars: his mpres&.. ing qualities. -: :. \\I|, .
,:Though starting with'ten .head, the ,
. Whether the country tfc
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not, Is. hardly I worth I disputing about'because' bunch was increased two more on the FOR L4.\IDSfOF'. : dl. "'.
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HEKBT MOBBISOX FUG;K was ac it is a question;th&each man road by the addition of two'fine young T if ,
companied ,to Nassau. on:the* initial anarrenforhimselt.'tEacho| whetb- calves. They will all'be taken out to \ I (1-'

:K trip of''the' ,Miami by his staff,'composed employer-or employee;know Jiwbetb-: Mrs. Tuttle's' @ dairy farm today' ,F.lo'ida East (Coajt: : :Eailway Co., \, '

!fof tbe, headaof the .'departments er biscapital or his.labor brings' 1m a : i '(1\.4.I -I . '.'ft llj" ''i;;' Florida Coast lime, Canal aid Trans. Col, I I .
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fairly good return :or.no .It is >
ery Bring yonradvertieingaad work
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5 of his vast enterprises.. :Mr. certain that if the men,could' be polled. to the. METROPOLIS office.' i7-l. -. .V 1 Bost n'nq Florida Atlantic coastL nd' Co.t' .; .?
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teani is supplied by -four single; 'and / The Miami Arrives.ThesteamshipMiami .

MAGNIFICENT MIA9I( return tube boilers. Thecolleetive in- / I arrived from Williams and Clark :F'! ; :
4 icatel horse-power is about ltiOO, and Nassau this morning and anchored in

on thr trial trip between 17 and 18 the/Bay in sight] of the Royal Palm. : : '\ ' .
-I : knots l\w! r4 developed; about 'Mr> ;
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ITlie', passengers and baggage were \'j: : ;
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She Was Greeted by Hundreds of Enthusiastic i miles in lion/ r.* It fe lighted tlirougli- transferred, to the\,wharf by the City of YORK., t [. tv .- .
1 out byjelectricity l complete generating West. I " '4 ; .t.i: '
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Citizens Monday.. I plants being installed. 1 II High Grade Bone l :::> .
? S i: Mr. Henry M.Fagler and party wereon . ; -
;, has two decks and three/ :11':
The-'tVessel !
/ \ I. board'-as were:also the East Coast _
tiers of stat rooms, with a capacity for Officials ,and several other passengers. .4 '
I THE HANDSOME STEAMER/4\RRIVES AND i 120 flr t-clas passenger*. '1'he/!tote- The MiamX, matte/ a very successful t

E IS INSPECTED AND ADJURED.8ub 1 rooms areentirely difl'erpht from*thoseseen trip,and was accorded a grand recep 'F' rtiliz'ers'
\ on any other vessel' arid are tion by the citizens of Nassau. : '

I unique! in themselves. Some of the i' .'>.*.. ;
f coins are parlors nine feet square, andre ,
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t ntUl Nucleus fo the Bo.plta1';'Fnnd '
Steamer Makes Initial Trip to MMUUXArge more like an elegant; furnished ,ITEMS FROM COCOANUT GROVE ;.,
LUt of Pa Ilr. I. oomirt a.flrstrClasshote,/rather, thanhe : I I FQROranges :. ': '
lenren- Flagler A' 7Grapefrui
/ i'rayer'meeting (twill be held y '
and.Bait'' Coast"J)1IJ.c1&1l narrow cramped roomys usually seen every I
on steamships. The rooms have double Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock! iD.the \j : .
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/Aboard. II I beds,-ofj .white ,mahogany/and plenty .Methodist church \ f.Lemons"
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1-. of roomto!, move about., 111anyof the ,Presbyterian services next\unday, *
I \ rooms. have (connecting doors, so that at the :M. E. cburcu, conducted by, tbe \| Pineapples Vegetables,i, :3r

HEn'ew_ atnsbip hey may bemused pn suite;' if desired Rey. Dr. Faris, of ''Miami. -\ \, : f
V .L Miaml'scbedule.d ID the other,staterooms,]the arrangements ''Fishingon the} bay and ocean was TobaccoJ ?1N '
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': l J by the FJlorida of the berths are very similar to never better, tbairitj' i is this season. Every " \ :'-
hose,, of a Pull 8n/"ar. The upper day large catches of Kingfish are .
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1 1 East1\, Goait S. S. berth closes Up' and out of the way, brought in, caught {with' no tiresome .. HaveFlorida been tried /and proven by; the X .

t -c- Co. to make ,regular while 4he lower berth is pushed back, orlong. waiting. ; i ., .
Growers
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trips be- jeing'' cdvl"re4' in the daytime 'with a The large tract 6f' vegetablesplantedby 15 consecutive ;

tween Miami and cushion,[aud/giving the appearance of Mr. Jennings are, looking finely. years '
He will.have an imnence''crop of I / .
r a parlors o1jsitt ngroom.rather]\ than tomatoes. .
'Naseaanrrived Ii bedroom 1 Mr. Jennings has also:: planted
1' r j at 'this port last On1' th !upper deck is the, pilot house 23 barrels of Irish potatoes and expects W. .J. SHONE, i,ogre, Cocoanut Grove :Fla. ,

Sunday. About 12 aDd captain's room adjoining, with the' to do exceedingly well with ''\, ,' '''' ''1 $
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private /room of Mr. Flagjer just backof \, :1
o'clock; '
noon,the this Both of these rooms' ate very R. Ri: McCormick will not arriveat t. N GAUlilERjAgt. Miami Fla. :: ,
steamer was sighted passing Bears Cut landsomely furnished, 'and .are large the Grove 'until j some time next : '' {

'' and though she had been -expected, and only. They are supplied with month. He is tiow.iii; New York being ..J. .. .'',. ,

'5 about that time, the city was wild. with e asy 'chairs,:and fevery convenience. detained there on bu inesa. Will McCormick Florida Warehouse Palatka. ;', .
> A large'stairway! leads from the first has been quite jll with pneumonia > ( $
excitement. The craft along the.Bay the secbnd deck this ,.but we are glad-to note that be t '
o being finished:: .
'1 and river were decorated with flags of in white Illahogany,-with Ii large beveld is recovering. ; W. J. :PQ L'AR'DMgr! Southern Dep rtmen.tt' eAdensmoshr.se

all kinds, steam whistles tooted<
the,large crowda'promenadiug the!I boulevard the stairway. It is noticeable that the modore Munroe are Widening the road -, 1 AUGUSTA, (I-, '
f I stratriedi { stairway does not lead directly to thediningr from the store to, the public 'dock.
. along! the .Bay '\their
<}m, as in most vessels bat The roadnll be considerable wider ; '
eyes ;with"eager expectancy,to seethe rather into what is a social ball, fitted and made hard and i; the dock will be General Contractor ':
steamship! rounding Cape Florida j'/Mr/(; ; nth' all )Arrangements for comfort.' placed in 'general 1 good repair for the

1 H. M. Flagler, the committee; ,of 21 appointed Back of this is the dining-room, with use of' the public.., |< F- l1el'.R' 'tfrer'
for the ,' and" ereral capacity!! to neat 120 persons at one* Harry 1lunson and lUoward Painterare :U Blasting., Dynamite, ,
purpose '
iraproyed
time. In'the enter of the diningroom'is being much in health by usa and'.Caps .
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other citizens immediately repaired i tothelargesteamboatSantaLucia lCf \
4 -.j n I a j vaulted dome, in stained dt-lightful breezes Bay Biscayne. I 'J '
,which glass, admItting' light during the day Mr. lM.uneon''' enjoyptheadvantages! of \\A\ways\ on! hand. ,.-

'wax 'in readiness: at .the,river/wharf.; The dining-room is amidships/and the his beautiful, yacht, o'the fullest extent. bldee-tt S I ,
and she steamed out'and down the Bay floor covered with rubber intenhxjk-$ lie isa, very successful* fisherman! and "'
: ing tiling to correspond with the fur- enjoy the ocean hu ely..'.'}lr. Painter W. '' T :H0 :
". .. to give.the first welcomevto the.proud nishing. The: located .,mess'' rooms is also an enthusiastic sportsman. : '< .
',; :steamship-the large'st-thatkhadEever; ;: ; of> the crew are well in the Distress signals consisting of red ;' - } *: -\S I'

entered our ,barbers, .an /tbe gallant stern of the vessel, and I and fires, etc., were noticed.froiri: the light- '
vessel that was to connect the Magic commodiou", and are so'arranged; "that bouse'ou! Sunday nigb Fires were Tropical LanAgency .
City with the .Q bama Owing td the the fumes cannot'') permeate any other built on shore to notifyjthem that they ,
part,of the hip.About"75gueat1. I H were ''seen and Captain Archer and I,
fact that the deep-cut Into the large ,! ; I .
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of the Palm Mr. out to them'in \
.channel was not/qnite/conpletedjthe' : Royal Thompson'started a' '
"Miami" dropped anchor just off Cape took t passage on the steamer t to, Nassau boat, but ran aground 'and was notable COCOANUT ,GROVE, ',FLA.. :

Florida. The Santa,Lucia,containing' ;at least 50 passengers were alreadyon ,tuj get away until':4 o'clock, Mon S \ Four nffllloothOI Miami, on Biscayne Bay.' .)
-the committee.'steamed alongside, and' board,'rTbesteamship has accom day;'morning. ]1. / ' J *
the gentlemen Stepped on board and lotions for:liO: passengers was on her, Mrs.] Waiter Pickford, pupil of. tbe ,,' My list embraces some of the fiQ.et oran'ze4'pirieapple' and vegetable/ "
I : grasp dthebandbfCapt.F.C.Miller'MayorJno. : initial trip, very tateroom. taken. ''Guildhall School Music"" London, lands in tropical_Florida. Building lute! ':and elegant bay fronts,j ,0 < '

B. Reilly, chairman of:the Henry .M; Flagler was one of \the passengers England; has been persuaded by her | Notary :'Public. j\ 1 i :
committee, in'4herbarne'of-the"city; as was also Messrs. JJ R. liar friends! to, give lessors, and already .. y
f r| welcomed ,the/steamship to her home rott. O. Hi Knottj\ R. T. Got, J. P. she has several pdpils. Among WANTED-82-5,000-: to Joanlon good security, at' seven per cent. I, I i .

;,. ; port."'After,)ooking::over:' the .vessel B ekwith,'J.' A. McDonald and R. 'W. them are Mrs. A. Ai |Boggs, Miss t I 1 I 77an-tf-tfemo I 4

(;' ;and'' admiring handsome. appointments Parsons of: the East Qoast System: Converge and the MissesjObencbain of .'.';; ..
The 'complement 1 of 'otticers] of the the Grove. Any ladies of Miami tuber ;
the committee returned. I } I
( "On Monday the city Vfas In'gala at Miami, is asi\ follows : .F. C. Miller, wishing to take lesson! *, can obtain all ef Refuge has had to refuse_a : :1 4 1 'LINTON LOGIC. t -

:tire. .'Flags and bunting floated from Captain; .0. ,-lV. Delano, first (officer; information by,writing.fto her at the of applications' for board for the wIn. Sctioollwni: closed v
ter\as his house is/already;full. Tbe be Wednesday iV 'f
:hotels business.bouses'and, from the Thomas P. Dallas;second officer,; DaVid Grove ,; | ,
'l masts and rigging.:the hundreds'; "hjsholm,;\chief engineer; William Captain I'' Richard .Carney took out Jolly ,captain and-his estimable' wife being' holiday. in honor,, of. General v '"1
;" "vessels/on': >bay and 'river;. 'At 3 hi3h6lm; !sepoud \engineer[ ; \Austin Mrs. Carney'/his father 'and- mother, make things so pleasant I for their Le s birthday; j,_
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l lt.o'clock, the time appointed for.the Paul, third\ engineer; John Y ?loin, Mrs. Harland Trapp and' '.Mr.and Mrs. guests that they'\are, always\anxious. ), ? Mrl-Kidder' PompanotTspent Sunday i -

'public inspection.of the vessel, crowd; chief '.steward; and J. A. 'L velace- Brondgeest, in.the launct-Daimler fora .return.: \ f" in town, the guest,of .and Mrs.s' .
of people passed .down,Avenue D and )urser." 'Captain Miller was until recently days ''sport<< at Kin / fiabing last Mr. R. S. Pendleton; a friend. ,of E. Uarrjy Sterling., '- "'{

boarded the steamer City of.Key'West,' in couhnand: : the yacht Josephine week. The party had a splendid. days F. Moffatt, arrived last pleased ,Mf.; F. S. Dewey was in'town: Wed ./1"1;
which :was''to carry' the people to in. ;' owned by P., A., Widener, a sport.. ''The fishing; was.)better than New Orleans: lie is very much desday, looking after the interests. 'of \,
spec t .the""MiamiThe tickets. had "wealthy! Philadelphian, leaving his their;.most sanguine expectations.: The with this section and is 'showin his the land company, ?
been placed at roc.,. which included employ to go on the iami. Ills wife fisb jumped out of the Water"around faith by his works," as he and Mr. Wej have been 'promised!, a. canning {'
lithe trip down and inspection of vessel; and daughter\accompanied him bn the them; seemingly' in schools,.. so eager Moffatt are now\\quite busy [{preparing factory. Now we would like t
,- the gross proceeds to be devoted, the initial trip and,will in the future make. were they to catch the bait.' Every- !to plant twenty.acres of Little. River ise of something to'can a"prom-' :1.
h.o.sPital.fund.. Nearly 400 people were either, Miami or Nassau their home. body hauled in fish until they were exhausted prairie: land* in, tomatoes Ind! pot-. ; ;:
the Key West when Captain This, new.,line!:.to the Bahamas, in- and the party returned home toes.! Sweet potatoes are vanishing. like the j
40nboa.rd;)Stepheu Bravo; gave the 'command to lures.a' semi-weekly, service, between bringing{with them over'600 pounds Messrs. S. K. frown.andson are morning dew and only No. "12* footprints ..;

I. ':cast off and she'steamed down the bayl Miami and Ica sau the'entire year;and -- I"t- .-7.::. making practical demonstrtion".of j are eft jn evidence! :. f;.
:When in sight of. the Miami exdamaf a tri-weekly,; service:,during Februaryand ;LEMON CITY LISPINGS.Mr wbatour' common pine land will .yield I A ,;few have begun planting their '
:lions of delight went up from hundred, March. The schedule when properly cultivated' and irtiga vegetable' gardens, but, the .maJority 'il
"- of throats the beauty of her appearance mail contract j and other concessionsthat . S. C? Littlefield visited Linton ted. They now use a wind mill to will wait a,bit, as another visitation is

... and the graceful manner in which will assist' 'financially'service r* op- Tuesday.'". |iMr. raise 'water and expect-soon to place; predicted.
She rode the waves. the was indeed ia aerations of the excellent C. T. McCrimmon and, CaptainS. gasoline, engine '.for this ,i ate.- Thornton has moved on'the
(hingf of beauty. ...Arriving ..the Nassau thlscity-1 about lie 'milesThe N:.Gladwin of Miami were in town Their!, vegetables are very |!fine and twentyacrearm he recently purchased -".
steamship, Capt; Bravo with great due east'of : trip is made Tuesday. ': ' |! -w. ,their-fruit trees and pines are making from the )land company, and is ,i
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akin brought the Key Wes alongside' hi* ten hour;! bringing New York H a s k ell'y best butter n a rapid growth. > moving his stock t -day. ;

'of her, the' gang plan was''plaqed'bv-r]i within sixty hors and Chicago wf thin this market. For sale by.E. C. Scott, The, Lemon City' Hotel under the The red Spanish,.which has always
tween -the two vessels, and all hands sixty-four hours C of Nassau. Leaving and Jordan & Spivey.. \|:l '. managment of Mrs. J. T. Carey, is'''an beenj thought>the hardiest plant, bias
went aboard and commenced a tour of New York ,at l2 o'clock, midnight, The young'people spent ,Mast Frid admirable and pleasant location' for, suffered far more from the frost than .

,inspection;, of the. ;steamship. The Jacksonville' i ifreached i, .at 9, -o' lock evening very pleasantly dancing at.t, winter visitors. The broad verandas' the Abakka',and.other fancy \varieties. '
crowd passedi'aloDII! : the: port side into the second morning4.-Connectiot it ,residence'Jpf Mr. Wm. Freeman. overlooking the bay are pleasant for The I
< damage caused the frost Will
the'cosy saloon at the foot of the stair made withtlie Floripa East Coast, Captain jUenry Filer .owner of the promenade and the large and commodious by
way ,thence:-into the dining-room, Railway and Miami jis',reached 'that comfortable yacht, Myrtle,}s at: bome'again sleeping rooms are nicely furnished ; not be as' field great' as was at'first feared,
as some to fruitbeyond
kitchen; etc., around-to the.other side, evening. :The steamship leaves Miami} after week's crliseidowu,, ,,the The table is furnished with. ,'\what*; are beginping
fi ; wasat first .
on the arrival of/this; through, train, ,. expected.
and upstairs to the spacious and elegant ; : bay. ; ,1.1'Rev. the ,best in tbe land; plenty of fish
,saloon, on the! upper deck, and and reaches- ; Nassau before1 noon the .,C. Fred; la'kburn\'till preach and vegetables are always placed. before That injured owned but by the Bay-City little. Companywas }
thence down 'again' and, over to the next day. .- 'Tourists (from' the Weal at'Lemon, City on Sunday next, (23rd the delighted guests !\ very ,
... other- vessel. On alludes were heard leave Chicago'at 5 o'clock in the eveiDing4rrive' in the morning at10.30, atad' in the Judge P. W. White of'Quincfy, Fla., ,;A. flre'was' started Saturday .on the ,
of admiration nth splen- att Jacksonville on ,the to'clocki, hammock justnorth of Lint n, which'
expressions: } I evening | and the most active man for his age'in '
.. did arrangement and elegant, ornamentation morning of the second]day; Miamijthe Dr, J't,. V. R.. Plummer, a'very the State, passed, through; tow' i early I spread rapidly; sweeping across the v t
d '.inside the steamer. 'Electric name ..eveningand;;; Nassau tbe next' pleasantgentleman; of Key :West, ,arrived Monday morning en route .to Snake i muck; where it received fresh: impetusfrom'the'dry
'.lights ,sparkled'from:every nook morning, only:,,two, and one-half; days. last ::$Sundav morning for a. short Creek to snpefintend.tbe'watering'of I ' ]grass, and was.only'kept .
and corner. A handsome silk flag]',the The only*,service ito; Nassau t heretofore stay,at Lemon City, I. |\l(l his Tahiti limes '>bicb were recently I in check by the efforts 6f the citizens;.
gift of Mist Parsonsof, New York,',the has been A. bi-weekly'sea! run from 1 "Mr. Black'well and little'son wenttoley planted. -. Judge believes,that ,Mr. Lyman and several others working
young lady who christened the vessel; New York, occupying, bout four 'ls i West ([last week.. .Thelittle; boy a'thing: is worth doing at all it (itl isl''nearly'aU day;Sunday to protect the r
t '
for the journey.,T H:: j I' packing .houses of Messrs. and
was arranged in artistic .folds at the has been quite sick recently:]! and was worth doing well, so bad the trees Brown
:TThesteamsbip Miamii was scheduled Head; It would have been much morn
head'of :the grand,,, stairway. White I j carried to Key West with hope. that a planted under his personal supervision.
to leave Nassau yesterday and will sensible if it had in with
:and gold trimming constitute the deco jar-1 beneficial come company
." cbangewould #j i" and then came more than 900( miles to
rive here again this morning .- [.- tbe frost. It should be a ,warning "aagainst
.6ntions ;
white
throughout with mahog ? ( The' sawmill; of Mr..:Billings is running water them, r
any for the woodwork. Nothing could regularly now getting out quite a ., setting fires this dry weather.. .
be' mOre .dainty' in 'simple:elegance 4. Bucklen's'.Arnica Salve. number of;large orders for Uhe.new j' ;. .f .-. [
The floors'are heavily carpeted, and the } The best salve id tbe world for cqts settlers on the prairie The,'..umber..iSJ :' ::'* Jersey Cows"j jI i
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furnishings',throughout. :the very bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feyer of an-excellent and durable quality. ti eucv's Suppository, I \ 4:
',finest..; sores;tetter,chapped bands,chilblaips, ; W 1.Filer has gone to Elliots Key I.: PILE' Si fries :For sat. !. (Florida raised.. |s i.
,The vessel. is 240 feet long between :corns and all skin .erupt'one, and.M5iI for a few ,'days to7- superintend and l 19 Guaranteed,Constipation to cure or money "! Fal l'E CURJ80W ;
'Fla. "
-\** perpendiculars; and,260 feet over all. tively cures pilesr no I .pay required.It gathering and shipping;of ;ibis 'vege- funded.: 50 cents 'per box. Send for 2deq41wtt.; ; JacksonilIer' -ei
She' has 40_ feet ,beam ,and is 26 feet is guaranteed to give perfect satis- tables. Last-week he shipped over list of testimonials' Free"mple to \' C
.. deep The machinery includes two I faction or money :tefun ed.' Price!25 100 crates ,of tomatoes and ,this i time Lancaster.VABTIN:KUDY.Eegistered Pa. For sale by leading Pharmacist dni(,- i--largest and finest line
vertical ,inverted three-cylinder ex cents per'box For sale;bt Townley will ship at least 160 crates more. ulsts,and In Miami,Fla.by W.B.BON EY.r .' of scripts and lithogravure,selected for 4
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jjanilon. engines;driving twin.screw*.; ros.. 1 lOdecif t Captain Wj H: Fulford the House: job printing: on the"east coast. Trl os ;

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I'j F' : t.T\ \"Tr-\; I \, x THE\ MIAMI METROPOLIS t1\r.\7 I 'JAN. ;1",' 89"1< : \1 1r




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F Buena-L> T 1{ Wanted." |1 D.-.t. aaggeattoa. Launch for Sale ';,Cheap, 1
Boarders at Mrs. GENERAL OFFICIAL DIRELTairi{
r: outh aide R. W. Boyer's, Scene: Ne\vly-marriedpairon.bench The lunch''Edith R, npw in charge i\ .
of '
I of 13th,:street, second ,door in park; oljl gentleman supposed to be of S. II. Richmond, at Cttlc| >r., In good -
Avenue O.
Rates
1 \ cast|\ 'L reasonable: bleep. ,' I ondition, very light ,draught, largp'arryingoapacityrgood CITY OFFICERS. *, :
t. Vista \| She-Afy darling! sea boat sail MjYOB-Jobn B. Reill,. ,t'1
1- A-Tempting Offer. He-My dove!' boat model built to order of bt mate- ALDBBMES.-Joa. McDonald, lion.FS.3loreeW.M.BrownJ.E.Lommtu. V "
1\ W 8. offer loll I,2 and 4 of Block' E She-My doggie! } via}. Will, sell' very cheap. Apply to ".

Miami., ,They are situated on the south He-My pussy { i 1 |' Robbins & Graham, Miami, or '3._ 11., Frank T. Budge. D.'Cosgrove, '&!ter.S. :
\lV iichmond,Cu ler. octl-tf -ITI .
CottageTwo side of the river. These Iota comprise a 'She-My durkl.! 1 ] Qrabam. f ''
; tract of land having I CUT CtE1Ut.John: 31. I
frontage of 114 feel He-My pretty biraiel \ \ Graham. "I". -- !
facing the river; also lUG( feet 'front on She--My goose! j Something to Know. | M.&B8UAL-YooDg F. Gray. tf
Avenue D. and 260 feet 18th street : CITY SCBVETOK A. rt t
miles north of Miami i, We on He-My lambkin! It may be worth something to know ,L. Knowlton. ;,:.
bought these lots cheap last May and PRESIDENT OF COVR'ClL-Jlon. F'e'S. .. '
close to the Railroad De- that the beet -
Old gentleman ,'brutal very medicine Jor restoring '
offer the three for$1,650. Will be pleased (interrupting Morse. t "'"
. pot, 5 minutes 1ft m the. to show,them'at any> time. u.I y)-Can't you (call each other,Noah'sarksand t.he tired out nervous system to a healthy STANDING COMMITTEES

bay.New Building. large:' airy j 2-1841 BOBBINS & QRARAVJ hate| done with it?-Tit-Bit. *. 'is ii purely>ri lectno vegetable| Bitters; sate! by\flbis giving medicine toneo Donald.ON FINANCE--BnJge' Brown". and Md V VV I't(

Bedrooms. {I 1 \ Degre. of FoolI.h..II..' the nerve centres in the stomach, gent- \ .
OK RULES
Hunting' Fishing, Boat-, JBy outside., wholesale firms your "That man'Barker is the biggest tool ly' Btimnlates the liver and kidneys and McDonald and AND Brown OBDIKAKCZS: -Grafcau. ,! f _J
t ' standing is'often calculated by the appearance 1 'saw. aids these organs in throwing off impnri I >t i
we.French ever !kIe'\ never: talks about anything ; OK STREETS AaD. IMPROVEMENTS !
V : Cuisine. i of the Stationery that you but himself. ties in the blood. Electric Bitters iml Donald, l
Cosgroye andLnmmnse.OK "
use' That turned out at the METROPOLIS : proves the appetite,aids digestion, and li \ ,
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know
Chas. Courly Prop.. don't that you ought to tall SANrr.\TIOl-Lumm, Budge, and :
ofllce is of those JM
a quality you maybe him the renounced by who have tried it aa1 Coegrove. :
. %,u'tf-is.; proud of, tf \ biggest'fool\ for that""Do the very best blood purifier and new I ON WATER AKD. FIBS \\1
i you sanction that sort of thing?" tonic. Try 'it gold fortwOc.{ ( or ,SI PROTECTION.
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Coegrove ,Graham r
and
3. I ".Vo, but lit rk '' jottle Budge
doesn't at
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know
much Townley; Bros. drugstore. d7 I ITo \.
\ Ox POLICB AND CHASRIKS
Brown
;. \ \ : about anything else. The biggest fools r. ; \ Lummufl, and Graham.. i"

\" \ I the one who,tries to talk about thingshe : 'Real Estate Agents., \- t

Mi: AMI I \ : Leader doesn't. understand'IIYqor !!'-Cleveland 'I Business was so dull ,in your line POSTMASTER :MIAMI-J.IASSISTANT Wafner, \
: \ i lining\ the first ''year err :our existence POSTMASTER Frank Pierce., :d

\ I MUalon. that we did not fee like urging you to
I If you cannot on the ocean use printer's ink Very lavishly, *" STATE'OFFICERS: _. ,_
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Offices at Tallaiiatsee.Fla.
BUSINESS and RESIDENCE{ I Sail among the swiftest ftee t. We feared .wecould\; not give yon. I' GovrasOB-AVm. D. Bloxham.); .
Rocking: onl.!the highest billow alue'received for your money \
I SECRETABT .
i j or BT.&n-Jno L. CrtW-
Smiling at,the storm you meet When there were no buyers yon could. *. :
ford _
tk. LOTS, .. \ :'. You If Labor youwearaharnemadecostume can(splAsh n the 'worlds among!the behalf bathe, riot' Lots sell'of real money'estate.is squandered. ,in advertising COKPTBOLLSB TKEASUBXB- -,Wm.B.' Whit: If.,Baynolda.eId.-" ".j ,

T You. can mak somebody laugh. ,Jndfciou3 which brings no returns.' .j.jj j \ Arrosazr-(iz tzaAL=Wm. B,'Lamar.
: : 1 :;t; Chicago, News j advertising pays better; SOPS INTE DENt or PUBLIC Ixvyaua.
: than any. other investment' .you. can :.
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Sale i i DEBARKED.Lizzie make. .i CoMMlSSIaSIOKKBOrAOBICCLTCBX: .
If yon have something to" sell andhere B. Wombweil. 5+
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'I t are people who want what you | ADJCTANT-OEJJZBAt '
t trickHouatoD

. Prices ,From$100: to 1t$1JOOOPtr, ) } Lot, ( '. ,make tion have| ,the believe it will fact from known.We pay'(extensive you'. handsomely_ .Qbs'erva.' to \I,,R.SUPREME F.,Taylor, Chief COURT Justice..JUDGES, .

that printers! ink pays the real I B. Carter Associate '"
Justice.; 'f
j estate'dealer better than :any other H. -
j Mabry 'A ociate Justice. :
to t Location.
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: r. 'According business man, providing( there is a demand ,to any of the StaU -
for land-in- the, locality where he or Supreme Conn Judges ahonld ;0 :._
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is located. '
.. be addressed to.al. aha ee, Florida. i
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There, is a good demand for lands i in t- >

,- Railroad fare to Miami over the,Florida East C Railway\' will be refunded to .L this vicinity. It i inconstantly increas L.S.S NATORSF oM FLORIDA 't s. ;

} 4 each purchaser,of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for such fare,which inj -. Land buyers are,. .arriving' in!this Hon. Samuel PaacOr Monticello, Fla.,- _____ :'js
'receipt will be received aa cash in part payment for lot.. \ section every day. I Hon.Stephen B.Mallory, Tailahasae ,',_ ;
; t;; It you,can, make bne sale of a thou Fla. _:' '<4

: \ QaiLon JOHN, :B.: REILLY, Agent, sand-dollar property with the help o r' V :
the
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.AlETKOP.ous and get a commissionof ''UNITED'STATESCONGRESSMEN 'N .

Port Dallas LandCOmpany\ Miami, tfn per-c..nt., you' will' make enough ," FIRST DIPTBICT,'Embracing .the ,aat, ."
: Or J. E. Ii4GRAHAI1 'Vice-Pres't ,7, IJ money out of the one transaction to Coast-Hon. B W. Davis Palatka." :1
\ 4Jr' '\\J pay;for a lot of advertising., ) .i SECOND;DISTRICT-Hon. ,8. M. parta1 .
t tFort ; We are confident the time has arrived :
1.lattle.. \ f IallasLandvCoMSt.: : AugustineFlaLittle \ r.; j she it will pay you handsomely to Tampa. ".
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..." \!'\ r"A use-our advertising columns liberal)Y. RAILROAD'COMMISSIONEoS. r :
; Describe the best bargains have '
\ ( ;'. i for sale and give "All you 'R. H. }I. Davidson, Quincy, Fla Ch'n .
f price.; goods -
\ Bros Fertilizer l Phosphate Co.It :( marked in,plain figures" is, the_ best, H. E-Day, Gainaville. '' tij.
J M. .1
, policy . Bryan, ninniLumpo. .
goiDJ\totb.\ Prepare a. price list,of everything John L .Neeley,Jn., Clerk, Arcadia.. . ,
: ;-JACKSONVILLE I FlORIPA -Art tea,Johnny,? you have for sale and havelus print Headquarters and office. of the Board. '
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p ] Johsmy No. It'ain't for men. -$t you a few hundred copies attractive':, at Tallahassee.:

Paul'1_\1I \_ form. Send them to your correspondents. J'Nt '7
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1 The Silver:,.Q.. .tlo.. \i ., They will save you three' times ; ED STATES COMMISSIONERS
t their cost in time and 1 GJohnB.Reilly and WeeIey'MFea1hM(1
HI hair postage" alone -
:Hanafactnrers ofTomato wa kilvered while her locks wen "
Bigraeer1i1izers' I ,You | Miami.
r gold. "'} .- need not write a long letterjuAt .
; Come. be my wife," aafd he: "I'm not too, a short note, and enclose a price list 4-! '
, \fold:'* jtX3old and they will make'sales for.you. SENATOR FROM'I3TH'DISTRICT" ,
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1 and sUver can't: Wed;80 don't' Inslat," .aug27.tf; \

, : Growers should, use..the Best .J ? l {;
I :I \ Uke:cheapest. \ e ,
tr'err.. R1o.rida East Cot&S.Go.: D110E.,00UNTY REPRESENTATIVE.VV .

l \ Little Bros. Vegetable ,|No. :it and!' Little Bros, Tomato O Mrs.dabb-Yea.tny:daughter' appears Drj B._B. Potter,of West Palm'Beach., t ,:. .
to ha ve married very happily, Her hus 1

:{f.. ,1., ":Special are' :the_ ;Best Brands I ion, the \ band'has not wealtb it must be admitted -' ; orttanad | :.COUNTYOFFICERS.County . ....;;: ...,:
but he has family. Miami
: ;- r\ mnrlrpf. tomatoes. < -Nansau Luis. Judge-:Alien E. Heyser,JUDO '_
. .. '\ Y. for \ ..... \ I Mrs.: Gadd-Yes, II|heard he: was a County Attorney=B.B.T.ylor,Miami.
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l ;: ; .- i widower with aix 'children-N. "Y. \j Clerk of Circuit Court and Recorder,of'
:.t = jp1V 'ELLIS 'Agent,- 'iIe Weeldy. .\ ... Deeds-A. F. Qninby,Juno.
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i Proposed Sailing D tes'o'the SteamshipMIAMI. ....
.t t 1.f.- ." \- t I > Sheriff=R.: ,.;J.' Chillingworth. ,,, Wed. 1'
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:' , .'.!l .- 1 _' t It 'C.Iector of ;TT" .J. Hardee, Co-:

i 'V Me Olda't CmtchXJa.Jennie . Leave Leave Nassau.. coannt Grove It :
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\I I -What Is the'matter between Miami.Jan' r Jari.] Assessor of Tula-a,C.Haight., West .' ,J

t NorthMiami: you and your young mob?. You seem to Friday ..... ..?.21 Saturday.Wednesday.. .....,..22 Palm Beach.FreasnrArpJ.. _, '>, .
t T / + F. Lamond .Weat I
Paha
be put out Itbhlm.: j|k Tuesday.25 ....v,26 \ \ .
Beac64. ,
.Nellie. --:Xb wonder I.jam- put out with r'}.Ja1'8 Saturday-..,29 Snrveyor-i-FranUia Sheen, Weat Palm ';.
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; '. When I tOld him he mustn't ki&s Feb{ FeJ*. Beach-i

!. .' _.' ,\. +( .t.I r me he diduH try'any more. .-Tammany Tuesday.'.,..,...1., ,Wednesday.f.jt |! County: Superintendent of. ..b': Inatrndion :.- .1-;.
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f t.) ),}- .;..;..;.._, { _ ., ,;' "I Times., tl\ 'Friday rot' davhu r.4.. _,_"._. U I Saturday.WiPdnPArlAv"Q'; ..t.,..... .. =' Z.T, Merritt, Buena Vista.Wm.Jf.8heata. .. _
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>i > Another..,:Change COB.. Friday:.. ..".."j"J.:.,..11 8atnrday.,......,.12 u, BOARD' OP COUNTY' COMMISSIONERS,

f .l'heNaw'; ; t.\\ Will' Operate to eht'"What of late,makes-Miss?" Oldy 1,, so despond_ Monday Wedneeday...:.,-.t..:..."It..16 "Tuee fhnredy..tt.ay......,,..,,T 17 15, N.G.-W.VT.'' Lainehart Pitta,: Lake, Palm Worth Beach.,Chairman.' '

ti Friday .. ... ..IS W.J. Shone, Coooannt,Grote.. -fE.Lv
"It was o.nlya of weeks : "I' Saturday..i tl9 1'0
coup. \>F
; agoshe Monday . 21 Tuea White Lemon City tp r-
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; Develop the.... discovered that we: do :not hateanother Terminal \ Wednesday: fbttmJay..;:..,.24 : .
Press: Wap year til'1904.Detroit'Free | Fr day...:.!".f.11i I tiatnrr &J'...:.... t Clerk and' Auditor,'of, Board-i" : :. F. e

'tAn it.{ )1 nday!.. '. ...28 t Qainby.Juno., ,
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f: : NORTHERN.: .PORT ON' OF 'TIE! \ CITY. Brown-I; seejthat' tltlaiatusa.V(the seal queaiioo Wwineeday.'a.. I ', ., ,2'J Tueedap" ..... ..\\1.Iar..,. 1 CIRCUIT. OFiSEVENTH' JUDICIAL -
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; has come up again.. t Frit1ar. ,; !.: ..;". ,4 hnrs'Y'' .._.\:. I 3 ;( CIRCUIT., ,1
Jones. l' Mo uJa)', ,..r..u'.1 aturJay. .......rr 5 If (EmbraeW!: Dade and OtlKr' Conntiei.) y'
't'. 4 ,North :MiamKLots are only half a mile from the New :-Ob.yes,! My ","ifotifledme WEldnetk.ltty. ...,. 9 Tnesd8y.. h..h 8 ,Circuit Judge John.D.I Broome.-Or-'' ,
\ last ,night that:'she mirat'bave'a: complete Friday...;..........11 Thursday.... .10 lando"V; ::
'< "\" 'Terminal,,,01\a few 'nun i lJt s.' walk,! Size 60x100. sealskin. :- outfit'' next. winter.-, -- MObday. ...., .: 14 Sator ay. :;., :.t.., ; Prosecuting Attorney=.T.-D." Begga, , :r ,
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r 'in lot ,. ,Puck. 1\\r :!->(\ I? W dnesday. ; .V.16 Tneeday...:.,,:..1to ,Orlando. ',
Alley r a'Of.. ,Cdol and 'c )Fric .... Cleft of Court-. .
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\ locations. : Monday ......n.21 Satard 1.:,;,,ull9 I Fait Term of Circuit'Court convene r
; \( A; :; .} :\ I A teacher' ;obsefTing'oie'boy coming' WedDesday:...,.2.1 Tn-eed"y;_...'t..22! on First Monday, after Fourth. Monday) r
!' 'I'.. ,in late, :said, to him: "tfow, then:sir, Fri ay..,..",. "..23 Thursday...., ...2" ,November..-- '

i r: ,, PRICE, $5Q OO TO,;, $75.00.: I .what' are you late:tar?" I ':: 4'aeeday..29;. Saturday. (..,..;26 Spring'_Term on First"(Monday after,t '_
M1 f< .} < School;, ,sir,"answered t eladqufetty, p 4; WedneadaYH"'I'O Fourth Monday.in,April 4 *.

1'l one' while; they had :'cheap.\ They\- : will taking i..-Tit-Bits.his seat'among'j t|t.e'remalning'b Ftidey..V.,1 r April Saturday. ......April.'.;2 DADE. COUNTY. OURT": '. i ,rr.i.

worth double 'months froeeday..i, 5 Wedoe da1. .... -16 I County Judge-Allen :E.He7eer.JnfO.. .
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:a :few hen, e, ',:when the_ New. Laura- .vot 1 U.h' e Friday.u.4 8 Saturday. ... '.: ? ntiDg Attorney-R.| R. .Taylor, "
'Terminal *is completed.; Eas -*Charlie must, be,Very devoted, Tuesday.. .;...:..12. WedoesdayV.13The .! \ Miami_i\ ;'
r :. : r Term +or \\ \ for he, always. \seems.to b e bobbing up ,t' Winter, Term-First Monday.in JI iD-J I Ir
like a cork In you vicinity? ; _Vo Although' HailiDg,Dates ary. : '"
f : Bobbins & Graham: Xonie-lYes, lruthe'f not tI e'rightsort I Oar' as above shown have been !Spring; Term-First 'Monday t in ApnL_ ;
., \J.J. of a cork or be would pop., -Pitta- Ro nd. arranged, to extend: only Summer Term-First,,Monday July. :
{,: : jufy97-U-fa., J' '\, ER'POST OFFICE. burgh News. |Ii| \' t.I over, the. Winter tourist Ii .Fall Term-First Monday :in October ;-:
,: \ < 1\ i ''j'l'I !- season, the service will be continued the f
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z (="," f ,A FmariuentijlVoBlda't II ,'Do. year. _&roOIld.I.< 3ldec-tf U.'8. L"AN'D OFFICE.QAINSVILLE.' 'FLA:
; Imported Voelta AbajoXfl J pi' oz.,f to per pound "I finpptfse you 1 broke, the,;jtewa;t to U. Wainwright, Receiver., I a*vJf -
i' Florida grows,one year,66p I" 6' wife?" M.Bareo. Register. ...
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your said ;
,Snoope $toSway- OYSTERS OYSTERS :
I 8nmatrs,75eperostoj| tOp r lb. Manufacturing r OYSTERS
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':6 w 'T 1'1'S'S' .Leaf Tnbaroo doe rr iAz.- H>r Ib. 'FIELD.AND back. .1 j -\-1]l '|. t."I t.- Served In any Style at seas hoed* in the ? I r

j .0 0 ee post GARDEN p ald.$160 SEEDS-pet('orn J-u,' Field freight Varitle not paid.,200 per Sugar qtti -tried to, buab- r insisted upon'hay.' market clan from l5 o cents a. m.to. 11 Careful p. m. Best In the Cheap' Wild Lands. "- '
attention to
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-= I, larlettea5epe &., (paid.$2.Js Height or ex- vthe whole o< it."-Deliroit .Free alL| Also nice rooms on board Floating We'offer 50 acres with good ffantOD. the "
... E9Hurt.50d per lb post paid. Pearl Millet,the Praa beat not fodder prepaid.! Cacumber 35c Ib,:;lioc per Ib j post paid Press.. V i L_'\|\\1 i \j Hotel. Rockledge, at reasonable' ] rates. Bay*situated on Key Largo;near Pump ' R
per port In lot ol' OiVP -
a cald me *
tba or over not |> *< >r lb. AU callJ. '
rft'ds1i' I otber8 tit eqnafiy ,., \ kin Key, being I lot 3 of section ,
Stock.. FoodlIOr. redoeec rat In at1ODaJ. .; 12, and y
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International tAlI|
: per of Color."Maj.Moonsh1ue .I.
Ponltry .
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ood.SSeperpkt -- Tunxage's RestaurantFoot
.=-Jan 7tthf. .. CAMERON. ; lot lot $aection} 13,TOWD8bip';b9, South .,' -(
: .Jarkaou n, a_tl : : feels blue about his of Avenue D, near Chinese!Laun Range, 40 East Price 918 per acre. .,.. !
{ " grass eroIJ.said one Kentucky farmer dry.;| snov-tf B-BIO, Also lot ,
I 4 of section 31, and lots 1:and
l .7 .. ':' "" ,; to an therJ! .' li .I .- -ToThe Vegetable Growers: 2\* of section 32, Township. 60... Son#h .

r'I" '_ , "Well. itja' bluegrasi, isn1 it?," was H.,PRICE \VILLIAM9 will represent the Range 37, .Eaat-111 acres. This to a
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the reply-, LouUville CoarfersTournaL established Commission Merchants! , peainsnla near"Madeira Hammock; on .' : I"
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"J. the mainland; It has a mile of nice shall '4
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: Distilled Water_ >- 4vLOrders i.romptly'Filled.. \* . lB 4 .'. tatialed.: .t. And aho_ SEW YORK. J CO.\ beach and_madeira timber. Price $3 per '
She How would you like to.try your BXSBT acre f '\. |- -
PROS ON', Philadelphia,' "
)z- Miami Ice; Co., S. N. Gladwfr, Mang'r. .1 luck in that JElondike? .t"| ' attain this season Card and' a'II11.ap- *18-tf RoBBtss. ,it GEIHAX Vrib ,:
11DovU.M: V ,He-Well )!: I should'' plication. Market '
: : say no We'I '. reports by telegraph. t\\
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: THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, JAN 21, 1898. .1\\ ' ; : '

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North! Miami Town NkFOREIQN I' LANDS MIAMI PAINT t > THE PEACOCK T

Lots :1! .' \ Hiram. S.\\[ [a.xl-was the first man to, SHOJ' ; INN., ;;. ,
pay: a fare\If or an electric cab when "*
; LOCATED 0N.- ?
: p T J, F
WEAVER. PROa'g.
Ranging in Price From $3O to $150. t hey began]running[ in, London a few :

days ago. t ,' House Sign and BISCAYNE BAY .
: .: A Selected List of Bay Biscayne CarriagePainting> ,
'. pro'fcrtj' x 1 In his next; book, "If I Were God,"Mrf
,: .r'ruit. Tracts and Cheap In\ estment.FrostProof J Le Callienn;, will advise the Five miles south of Miami j

: ; ;', Bearing, Orange Gro\es. | The idea seems to be conveyed Almighty. from .. I *. ijjj 'The on the oldest Bay.and Headquarters largest hotel

'r \ : No. I PHosphafe Lands. Heine's "Scnopfunga' Lieder for the .Biacayne Bay Yacht i

Kaiser Wilhelm keeps up medieval '. Clnb. '
Choice Property of
t Every' Description traditions. He has ,made Gen. Count Daily Steam Launch Connection With MUml I ;
MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION! ON BOTH THE EAST AND: Capri i, his ism.ie6ed chancellor a Decorative Wall Paper Hanging 1 a spec i {

.. WEST CQAST. .canoq'of Brandenburg cathedral! ; his ialt,. Graining, Hard-wood, Finish*t. Bates. 82.00 Per Day and Upward. .
;: i f only duty will be to draw his pay,which ing and, KaJ omiDt. All, work' .f Special Rates by the.Week .

EL A.- "TOTetddoll is $750 a year., guaranteed. Best ',of ,references CHA S. PEACOCK & SON "
I Lese 'maje e baa sent 'a ; will be given. J Proprietors\ A
lD&r tr-if. 2 lsuxzxi. Fla' , young engineer Ave. D and 9th St
MIAMI, FLA. COCOANUT
1 ..' ... _-_ of LJegnitz, in Silesia to jail forsix 1 7may97-lr-h!. GROVE, 'FLA.i& .
--r- 't .l months. He expressed his opinion 1, i i, 'Onan'All the Year. *' 1.1 'I.r"

of Kaiser Wilbelm at the dinner table, .I.
nnd his loyal other-in-law at once denounced
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Cinematographer him to the seem police.to be decidedly Do-0 You OIV a i i 1f 'OF : -

D01
'" l ls dangerous.J A fire (broke out in a : 'I'

Paris theater from!'' onev recently, pro- Then jon HAVEU'T ;FEES or yon.would BK' "

>. ducing a panic; as the audience. remem- Are you GRoWING OLD ? Of 'course; BO,AKK'WE, Co .
bered, that ,the machine was the cause. Bat not so fast, because onrjuitD\ ' M 1- j'
of the charity bazar tragedy. With its w.i.nu. 8DNSHINT DUB and LOXQ: .
OOOL NIGHTS, .
9 '
'NFH !
'. E Tristan d'Ac'unha, the lonely island Makes: LIFE WHAT it OUGHT UTO.>L v. . !I ', 'ail I
in. the South Atlantic, will -: _
soon containa Do YOU Lose FLOWEBS, fruits and vegetables) ? oUT & sOo.. ." '
j: framed portrait Y( we.
of :
Queen
Bur
Victoria A HOME on the EA1 COAST, i .; .
sent by her tor' the head :'man.- Peter WHKBE you can RAISE YOUR,OWN s I e .I. .. ..- "

Green "in recognition of'his efforts in With the LEAST LABOK' and E=Yars> :_ \ ... .
saving life from:Shipwreck,during the : .1 '. r : .
I cy r b'C lost 60 | Do you DISUSE>: WINTER ?\!\. So do'WE., I' j Jo..V .. '. ...
After'partakpg of Then DOME \JTO FLORIDA;,; we're HEBE TO 'STAT., 1 '
: ginger beQf .
apples We have st|t1F BAYanta, SWIHMIHO; and. SAIUNQ 1'IIB.YUB aovloD.
: nuts chocolate, three bottles o f .I
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4. ., ginger ale. and some sherbet and water ARK YOU interested is us', ". [ . '. .." Y\
at 'a picnic, and then putting away IF BO, WE are interested JJC 'Ton. I \

\I\; his regular tea a\| home, a nine-j'earold Will A USE to Our ADDRESS .' Address DRAWER "M" .;. '
DO ,WONDEBS
1 London boy complained of a pain in SAIST AcaOSTINE, FLORIDA.:
aag11 tf
1 ..... .his inside. The coroner next day called ; -
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.:' n it ga8tioenterlUy . i
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t Prince Kumar 'Shri Ranjitsinhji, the
1\\t\ :/ Hindoo cricketers| has been the subjec The Lempnl'City, HotelMRSBADE JUHIJIT. CAREY' t ..

\ of special legislation in'Australia. The .Manager: E

1 alien'labor laws t rigidly exclude China,; COUNTY FLAT, ON ,THE ATLANTIC COAST. '

l men Japanese; and Indians, and several A very pleasant location, near, the .
;;,rl SAFETY COMFORT r! QUICK TIME LOW RATES !1 colonies hadto;\ pass special act Grand Depot. ;Large,,well-ventilated rooms -

i f Finest pumne'and Service. No Transfer Between Jacksonville and New'York. to enable the prince to land with the View o[ Biscayne $ay. '1\ ._

,. The composed of fallowing Handsome New SteeJ English?)\cricketers when they 'nal Good lInn ing and Fishing, Accessible.to Ocean*:Beach

.1.'\ Gomanciifl (new), t Algonquin;, s' Iroquoisl t i Cherokee, tSe loll '\ heir tour 1\\ this fair! .. Good Table and ail the. Comforts ,of Home, .;

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'I 1 I I NORTH-BOUND MILITARY AFFAIRS ABROAD.

\ i t Steamen are'appointed'- to sail aceokding'to' the tide. I Prince!i Victor-l-- t, . AT' VERY MODERATE PRICES. \
Emmanuel
of ,
F Jacksonville Naple 1. I
.I yflft Flay (calling Charleston. ),' \ ttundaya,Tuesdays and Tbl1f11days. ; \ I t \
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from Charleston )C--, ; .J \ ins appointed to the commandohe
\ been A quiet '
.For boar of 1&1llngl.ee_ "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville 1lond.f8."ednelidlifllandFtldaf8.and Charleston daily Italian Tenth \ delightful, place: for) families., Write for terms,.etc.,; to.
paper army corps. with head :
1 SOUTH-BOUND. \ .'qoartersNap1eS.jl'\ .. ; \ i 'MRS..JOHN l '
\ . T. CAREY
Steamers appointed Ball ,
are to from Pier 29, East
New York, ,
at S
Rivet m. as follows Fame .
p. : hesitates to some '
For Charleston crown -
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-t Mondays, - -mo
l" or.lacnonvUle.. Fl*., (calling at Charleston. ,, I Mondays, {Wednesdays{Wednesdais and and Friday Frldayi.. {British. names in India. Sir Bindo g.es LEMON: CITY: ,'FLA. '
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j Blood ia fighting the, Swatis, while Gen

Clyde New, England and' Southern Lines, (j;) Yeatmair\Biggs Is about to strike"dow :. '
The
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Orakzaia.1
the
I j 'Calling at Cbarle.too. 8. C., both| ways. ./ 1 \\ System.PeVfect :
n,: STEAMERS. "DELAw RE""AND fcpEO. W. CLYDE.1" England's readiness for war is show .

1 i .! I: 'Are appointed.to, call.aa tot owak! .1\ : by the ,fact that,the British troops Inrete'hav Pas.senger: Service. 1 .
From of Street, % '
I foot .Hogan Jacksonville. : \ From Lewis'Tblrr, just been supplied with stra\ 4.
Boston Reaching the '
T1iU JAYS Mpst
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'f Imp rta'nt Points in Ala-
Georgia
t i 1 FkID.1YSf for bedding, the war'office having take a :

\f :C'LYDE.S'sT..i'J'OHNS'? RIVER LINE' only) 4 V months, to provide forit: ,* baI>aa, Spilth. Cartil,1Fl rida,. Cuba 'and .

;: 4 I' _... JDE" .BARY LINE) '1"\\ 'by\ Twelve the negus'!lyoung! Abyssinlans, selected : 1' .. ,,Noya= ,* Scotia.. ,t
are their to S
I. :!,' 7aeksonvilli, I\,*.**..**, Sanford, EnterfrisTor.; ., and 'IntermediateLandingson Petersburg be educated.on' way Four 71 :iivEost plen.did.: \. :iHiotois: : ; ;.. .Jt

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I ' I ---The eegantrdewbeel! stea9etf4 i military academy,.: T.he; Russian' gov- .. .......::. ;:;

''CIT'Y''OF'JACKSON\OLLE'' ent has' offered. ..them all free tutL. t- I -- -:-*\ r 8 .

(, .{: : / ,1 j :?'W.CAPTAIN'W..AI. SHAW.) i j i f .

Leave Jaetlu.lf Ule...I ........ .,.................Sundays' Tuesday and Thursdays i Experiments are being made' at Portsmouth -
(I" Betarninc.- Leaves Sanford, ..-'h.', .:.. Mondays Weducsdaya and Fridays at ntViOp,,9.0U a. in m.< England, with cordite as. ammunition
tiOtJ1'U.ISOU.N1I i ___ for quick-fining guns for the "
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SCHEDULEl f'' NCJRTH-UVUz.
ftea4 down. .1' , \ I D. purpose of. determining the visibility y
... ItLeaTe'. ,.. 33O p: m. .L.:.. ...,.... ..... JACKIUN\'U..LE :: . . ... . Arrive! 1C1'811 up .chef*flash at night and how far it would Tr
8 45 p. m. .. ..' ,,...' .. ;.,..::.Palatka ..,.r.\; \. .? .. ... .... . Leave" ',,800p e 00 a,m.., an
guide enemy's,fire.| Corditeis said,,
' .f I. :: '; :: :: :: :::.:: :::::::.alx..:...::.:.i.!::. at.Beresford,Astor..4.Francia.. .. ::;:.::: }f::. :: : ::: :: ,f 'Ii 00 3n p p.:mm i: forgive a much,smaller.flash'than pow' -.:-

600Lm. . ....... .... .. ,Blue Springs . .. ... .. ... .. .... .. 3< s. der. t I 1 I ....
} 1130..11", "' '.1........;j\: ..... ;::" 8anfordy. .. ... .. ... . .1tOOa.lD., Prince Louis Napoleon brother
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\ \1 1'a& ;; t 24 a. m. .. ... .......",.... :. ...Eoterprse.,.: ...'.". a:. .. . ... .'.. .r"t 9 lItJOam.80 a1r o. Prince Victor, is colonel of a Russian1 I ..

,f ;f,;. General Passenger\ and}Ticket. .Office204 j "West Bay Street, 'Jacksonville.' regiment of, uhlans of the guard, and t.t

: .. has spoiled,' his chances asp a French
1 ." or"J, UNOL. HOWARD, i iT. 8u. : .'.1.lC1IIOJlVlJ.L., : ., f.:M.. IRONMONGER,."...1 F.. P. .A. pretender according tc':the Paris Lan-

ie \ G. EQER." 'T. M. vi: Hi: HENDERSON a. E J'Ui. P. A. r'H.'WARBURTON. Qi.I.T.P.4 A. 'terne's story, by accepting a: German t

_;.. I (- : !6 BOVttxa OBBEK, NEW YOBK. | .t j *. decoration on, the occasion of:Kaiser l>. itttl t : ,

;a WM..P. CLYDE &, CO., Gen'l Agent*. Wilhelm's, recentvisittoSt.Peteraburi -" .. _
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-tl .. .'a Bowling Oreen.'Kew York City. 19 So.DeLIATe.'Phhadelphie.' ,17-tf i a \\1 :

.. In the West Coast Region of Florida.
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,0 : .Geor is Southern, and ; orida; R'y.. PLACES- OF INTEREST.' n.. : ITo THE PLANT \'STEAMSHIP.LINE.ne '\ .- .. .


i The SuWanee' , Be Seen la. and. About Bay Miami. : ,and' Btaea.,. Steamers Plying\ between: :IJtprt: : Tampa, Key West .and
River
? \ .. Havana
1 Route.s I It Miles and between Mobile and :Port Tampa. '
f \ Ktng'Tarwn-and' Spanish Mackerel \ ,
:Time'Table-Tune: .:Lei";''18JT :' 'Rapid s of the Miami'.......... {:!!.*" Fishing.,.....JA,. 10 4 B. W.WRENN,. 1' HjaiTcFADDEN
The Florida Everglades w..,...i'l ..,?,., ... 4 J "! '
SOUTH BOUND' .. Seminole Indian Camps...,.. : -."....,?... '9 T Traffic Manager. .1,' Aas't Genl Pass. Agt. i
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1'; STATIONS. : NORTH, BOUND The Punch Bowl and Ruins. ........_. 9 '4 1 Sa.9 '!"\ ,., a i. QSk.Pass. . .
Nob' No3 NoI { Cape Florida and the Old .ii.......... .. ,
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,J Not No4", NoS ?owey Bocks Light....-._..... :,. ........: ..\$ 15 l'F.. M. JOLLTJjDiriaiou\ ',Paeaen er Agent; Jacksonville;'tl Ja.
...' .8..1.;.. 1 50 Lx, 8 2A. II .....i\\A.\l.nta........-; Arrive 735 1 .. . The Florida Beets:.....___..-... -'..:..'''., 15: .
P M
..i:::.:.. n 18. 11 40' ; is'A M ;::. ... Deep Sea ,.....*;.....* .. ..., 13
', Arrivel..L1Macon..Le.n.1.-? .. 415 ..t:' ':': The Coral Garden............. \.r..... .:."" .
Jij] 23 ..... ... 30
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p.1( r. 1146 M .0.
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II M, 145 A..1I 208 PM A.lte Le.Te.r.._:.....\..Cordele.aeon.-.pave.,. ...:Leave 4.8U P Y 4 a;) 4.M 11 00 A n !Bear CUt .,,,,-. ......,..-.:;}. .........;,..1;1 4 '
840 100 .1611 k' .. .. .. .... ..... ... :a 20 1 45 .i 828 Morris Cut.- .
;6. t.; TUton.t. ; 1m 1225 540 Onsar'sRockandCreekG.: ::: : i:::':::: : in
10 10 t 40\\ .. ... G. :: 23 \
S5 ; ; V.ldOlita .. .
t........, 140, 886 ..-:.... ....,.' ..la.per. .J., ..._-.: ;.L.. .;.. 11 1002"9ln O5 A x 1052 r.x 100 Elliott's Key,....... f.:....-;"...... .1. ....u4... 25 Mallorty.t ip
.... .;. .6' '' 1 ... .. 'h..';, Key Largo.'.. : :I .:..' .. .. SO
i 1', i,'........ 800'45' .. 10.f"'t' .'. ;..t...,...P.A.LA.TXA..IAkeClty.-:..,..;.......; :.. 910 II 00 :' ."..;...._._' ,The Hunting Grounds.., ...: : it::;::,::;: :.15 iY t
810 441i .. .... .. Sam FiKr'sUroveLittle ..... . ...:,.... L
..;.;....!......'... 110 AM, lJ 15 1'JI, Leave. t..1. .1tftott ?.. .Arrive I OU r M 11 69 r.J( .......,.. River...... ....i.'f' .......... .... :.......i. a 2 .1' ( ;T. S. S. .
; : : 610 8 0\\ Arrive.Waver ea.: .._. ..,..... .
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cLearr 11 M A x It 40 ;.., .. Arch Creek: :? .1 .. \\.... ..... 13
f .t..t 'l-M 1216 :- :.. ..::.JACBSONYII.LB.i.. ...:. 82.111 100 ......w....... Natural Bridge. ............o ,.. .. 18
'.t'..a.,,' 30 a'i 00 rx LeaYe...,.... .. Ti ton ..< ',.,...Arrhe ,..... 0...._;. r..J... S =
t2 00 n'o 'I ...... Fla.
...... IS r x ; I West cT New
.1. .. .. Key
: 8 00 & 13 Arrive.L.1ITZGBRALD..Lesve 10 45J\ ( a 00 L.j ...... Buena..e..a..\ .f.-:. a....,.-tg.. ,5 ; -B; YorkThe
H I .r x 12 63 r.J( .. ....... Leave....a... \i al oats,........ArrivE' .., a r iii : \ .A.>........ .:,..{.,... 2 "
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1148 124 ....... : v. _.. .... 15
-1_ 00.. x 214 v ...i....:".'". Arrive.Qaltmsn.......'..;:.-THOIL\8VILLE L..LeL\"e.......i.;..'. t4' ...... 6 b2' .82 The.Royal Palms A\ .,*,:;.:".... ...... .' ..? 6 magnificent! steamers of this line are'appointed to leave '. 'II", ;
456 2 4i . '
Bambocm .' .. ..
The . .
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Giant .
.:t.....". II f\j) a x 1110 ".J( Le.ve.......... .latk..........ArrSve 4 M a 466 . ....... Wild Orange.Wild Lemon\u .,..'.... ..........?.,siH; .
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140 P II 880 y .... ,, \ West
A ArdTe.; ; Inford.Leave 118 ........ Wild ... '_ Key Every
1M' Lime'Groves :
..t.:;.... .J 50 35 5 .....:.:"....;.::( rlando.n,....?..... it 00>)' 1315 p.Y .. ......'.: Baker's Haulovet...:*...-f.-.-. '.-..,::". ;.u... .... 15* Saturday .
: r.: i t I :: # 430 x 10 45 0. Snake Creek........ :.......;:..... ,. .. .?
: :..... :t\'i: : \ ::: :;:.::: ::rt :: ;:::":: The CroCodilePondv. '.i...,. ,,.t _:,;: ;'20 10 arriviDg'. in NEW YORK. following Tne da.r. Service and -accommodations
_.. bb 4 M .. .. ... '---= House .....,.,.... -.: :,. ? '\, -- "
new -.Palatk& of Refuge. : __... .,. strictly firet clase.
.{.. .. ;? : --.Ardve '+' h 4 A5 r r .......... > 10 f ,
1248 ....... .. :
r ; Arrive Indian Creek: and Beds.,.._ '.
? Ormood.Leave Oyster .
r. S ...".f!. 180 :...::... ........i..r., Rockledge. ..:........;; ..r..,:..4.I207. 265 ..... ..........1 The Old Ruins on the Miami..... '...;. ;i... '10 t FrOm "

,..!. :..._.". 11 810.0& ..".'......;........................,;.......West_.. ittlAldL.b Palm Beach....;..............4.; .. 714 00 A k a ..... :_{'."...''.. A FortDalUs.4 Cruise on the.Bay.....olTheeFloflda"GnUMream.i .Flori.,.. .:..and. I.'..Among.};..?..".. ._ runsW Gk; !?. ?\! ;.to New York :

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.'l'e1t'la. ?Operates Tilton Pullman on1 Buffett rains Noe.Sleepers 1 and the t.' 'year' round. between, Jacksonville.- .' Fla.and Nai volt, ,Eight Hour SfcUl. : :Bahama. .. 'f-'U'Banks. :!:::.::'i-::::; Via Femandlh. PASSENGER SERVICE :', V. ..
f I 'j j i (1';C. A T.-Ky. :)i and cum.be.VIa. \ Everett and <0-
-- Operates Local Steepen the year round between Palatka, Fla. and 3f \\t' land Route Southern Railway:.
acp tt..Ga; vial 8. : w
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F.direct on. Trains Nov and 4. \ I. \' X.. Advertise in they MxTBOPQtia.' Wecan Lv.Lv.Jacksonville Fernandina ....... .............a..S,.... .. IS a m Lv. isekaonvine....?.....;.........7.:.4 oO pm.

.,Direct Line to Fitzgerald (Soldiers Colony:) via Tifton bring you trade. Our friends read.. Ar. Braaswict.:.,::::;? .? : ?..*,:.1.b SOP 30pm m Lv. E'e: to tt... ,.t -............. _....z6 40 pm. ..
Daily except Munday.. Ar. B .wlck.1.' .. .....:. .._.,.....:7 30 pm .
NASHVILLE EXPOSITION J,. \i/ \ .' Passengert lowed. on board for supper on Thursdays.. } : :t-:
K nnd Trip Tickets bOW Bay Front For: 8aleTweatyoneacree '. \ ... .
on sale at Tollowin very fow ratea., >roni Patatka.. FromJax.: -
Tea Bay Limit Tuesdays and Thursdays. ,. ,.Lr.. '. :. .......,, ....,,J .. ..... ,.. -- PROPOSED;; SAILINGS J I. .; 'j' .
.. 00
; : $14 '
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12 80 with
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.f. Lv. New York
,, '... : a frontage'of let 2rE R..1.00 '
Twenty Day Limit .. ,.. p.m., (Standard Time .
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,. 7:;>..c"Y--.... . -? ? .1'--.r . '.'. Ay.U, 19 5.v.,.>.. ... 60 400 feet the Friday Oct h.1 .:....... .. . ...... ) .. .... Lv Brunswick
October BIO .
., , > on Bay. A splendid < '" GRANDE : ...... ..
. piece ; ,
JL :
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8cenieLlRoute OcL
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2400 1. ....,... ..,. .
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The Fall formation,: The historical Battlefields Route. .t< \ .t;. land lying between the place ofK.: B. toHo Friday Oct. 15! .T ..:..,.. ... ...-... v.i.-, ...BIO COLORADO...............t......,.......,,..,;....,... Oct.w'
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calltninpon: sleeping, car> reservations\>> ,mars' ,etc.,can. be' obtained. 11 r' ptl7 by writing Cormick ,and that of VA. B. 'SimmonBOat.h FridayOct.2:*..1.. .-?,,..",........L.-'|,t.:: ..COLORADO GRANDE. ..,... .. .ii.- ..r.. .?..,,,...*.,Friday.Oct.
i i,0' '') f EUGH.g 1 .- *' '\ of Qocoanat/Grove..The finest Friday,.Oct. 2J.! ., ..,.;.,'It.-l...-:;..............WO GEANDE"I_ -,,*.V.y.r-Friday.Nov.N ; Friday( ,Oct. aa N.
; *- -, : RICHARDSONtlGeD. Agtj piece of,'land,,for sale OD the Bay for the :i.y;:
;- .' 7 HotanSt,Jacksonville,Fla.: money. Price 84,500.; Will take one. SOUTHW1CK, f

,J 1. (J.ANE?' ,. '. G. A. MACDONALD ., halt sash, or onlrone.thitd! each if neoeaeary. > : .... Agt(Mallory. Line, Key Wean Tbu

fiw'1 eaperlattadsar, Ii' '\t'l/ -f CEA8.. DAVTE3: Agent, C. H..MALLO&T & ,CO.,, '
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? Rear E. V. Blackman) pastor or'the TWE'VE t : : ;
i' Methodist church this city, preached \ GOT 'EMMiens' ', ' u
\' his farwell sermon last Sunday, to a If W eo.01J buy ODJ' of our- Cigars:yon gets genuine Smokers' :. t ),
\Y\ large congre tion. .He has been 'in 'It \ delight. We handle Rood brands and keep them in good condition -. "; : .;

"F charge of the church here, for,the past j isGoodsTO -neither too] damp nor too dry. Try one and.. -add to',.:..,
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:t.. 18 months and has seen some very your happiness after al good dinner .
i. beneficial results of his labors Under : We keep the largest and best stock of ", .... ;:

'\ .grown his administration' in numbers and the' in'church spiritual hast BURN Medicines ;Stationery;:fOilet i Articles-Etc.: : .
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. have there been many accessions to the -t' the 'city. w s :
-I church. Mr. Blackman has decided to ( .

"j r' '," discontinue his labors in the ministry le Largest Stock OUth Jacksonville.. TOWNLEY'aBROS.\ : : -,. {\ ()

: for a year on account of a serious: throats I I' ,
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trouble which necessitates rest from \ j t]
public speaking. The community, is Leading Druggists, l'>.;
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JOHN SE WELL & CO. L :
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( fortunate in the fact that he,will continue -
rl ;to reside in Miami. The annual Avenue; D .and isth! !ireet( ; MIAMI, FL'A;; i :
Land this week. It'is no"t learned yet| Biscayne .Block''i t.

:who w'ill be sent, to this charge.< iOdf'CJy.g.m0'I /
DEALER
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. McCarty, of 'I r It Walter W: PR ord BOUGH'and ,'s

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'i. ..Ankona'Abdill ,who accompanied is spending by Mrs.'winter Ll: B. .. PRESSED

with them arrived Miami Last Sunday ,
at. '
night. It was their intention, to L YellOW nd' .
'Piiie '
attend the Ball and A C CAMPBELL 1 . I :
i Hospital although ;\B. 5"t : : .
they knew of tbe postponement they ; t; ... tLUMBER I.
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J ,came anyway to attend the receptionofthe t .. Cypress :t! ,:. _: ...:, '
steamship'Miami*. 'Mr< McCarty ,( v(Manager,Ludden.,&,Bates S. !! I : -"
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i an attorney at law. 'lie, has resided at i c1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Pianos .... \ : :. ,
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r Ankona for about eight years.], He is Sh Music 'and ........ '
and $ '
Organs; : i .
vt' a practical and successful pineapple ; : '' .
r:;it. grower. He is also 'an authority on LOWEST Musical lerchandise1 ; ,.
\IPRICKS EASY TERMS; "
1 .the.culture of fejtrur fruits. For a portion \ 'fJ Special.sizes v sawed to! order.i' Also Fruit 4d,Vegetable. Crates 'Let me knots
'"t We will treat you better and glte yon better valne pour'money -
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of. last acted
year as- agricultural 5 then an1 other bouse in the IT. S.-*Send Catalogue prices before-yon, buy.. A trii order solicited.. "* .7 :.
z_ director for the government of and Price Llatn._;_' u 11.ept-1ytt.u I i t .
the Bahamas with headquarters .,' COCOANUT GROVE 'FLA..GEORGE w
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1'' Nassau. Abdill is resident ,
Mrs.
a ,stance of neglect existing. in this com- ADDITIONAL TRAIN SBBVICE.
1 ,Des Moines, Iowa. She has' recentlypurchased munity To all such we ,say'that'wegive'lt _. ,

41 a very desirable, piece, of publicity. in the hope that such ,The'New P&IIeDIR'Depot; Now In VIe.Com'mencing ', ,B. U ER.'J J
land at An kona and to make an :
expects
f horror may, never again be repeated the F. E.
; ideal winter homeat,: that point) ,She fbr ime and '' anothertrain Watchmaker arid
apd ;ignored so long a as C. 'R'y put between & Jeweler j
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is a highly,cultured and ,pleasant .
very evidenced tbe need of], a hospital Jacksonville.and ,Miami.This. train, ,, ' ,
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,, . ;morning lady., : They",and left stopped',Miami'over on att.Tuesday PalmBeach where such cases could be cared for at ,which, is called the ,(Nassau and Key 1Pesroirrf 1I B1rirnrNajMtifat:\ ,Fr...: . I
east temporarilyr, and as an appeal tocharitable West limited leaves!'
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t'' ' "J until Wednesday. ;- ', I, ; :hearts.; ,I, 7.40a.'m.stoppingortily Jacksonville important 1 Repairing promptly and C8l'tr .ny"attended to.,1,f All'work guaranteed. -

:.4.1"" t' "George' W. Holmes; -M..D.;and t his ;. _"'I .'1 .S t I points, and"-arrives here, at 7.20.p, m' Npv6-tf-hf., .- .,I A-foil line" of! .spectacles and. 'eye glasses alwaysonhand" I'

.family' are spending' few'daydthis Its'a Naval Station.' / .The same train leaves here at 8.25 a. m., 't'' ""
week pleasantly with -their ; !! and arrives, at' St. A' gustint:' at 7.12p. SPECIAL TO; ORANGE-GROWERS: .
CaptL Vogel and SpencefJGovermeht! :
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.h 'Rev. E. Blackman! and famllyl Dr. I m.. This train"is run daily; Sundays -
. 'Holmes resides onIndian RIver! | ",He inspectors! vessels, returned' to the excepted. The .daily \strain: stopping 1 wish to call J-ou sttentloa to the mob complete line-of one and 'two-year-
city yesterday from'a trip of a week to. old buds on Sour Orange and Rough Lemon stalk in the State. A One assort.r :'j-
c ,has"-lived/tbere, more than twenty at 'all stations,continues to start at 8 L
various the east coast roent of tiyvyear-old buds from to 8 feet blg"to 14! Inches In diameter :
'i year.VHe: Fi known far/and wide,all: points ialong' ,. a. m., and arrives' ,here at 11 p. m. Fourteen years of experience has placed me in position to give perfect. 't'
where: they1wedt on ,official ..business.Pvuringtbeir satisfaction in selections ot.varieties ot fruit?and stalk suited to mil cottdltlons -
;: "along lbe =ftst coast as a,most, courteous every day in ,the week? ., '
'. :absence ,from .the city of soil and climate;I Special attention given to planting and caring
;/ gentleman and an vible1'physician. the,steamers'' Alligatorand Passenger trains boW; run to the new for groves. Will,aceept Uerable position IKS manager of large interests.. ':j
t;" There are but few mer>in'Florida who they inspected depot "near the termipal., Miami has Letter of Indorsements llrom the leading''oraDge-gro1nr in the orange :
ss : haVe; a' wider circulation of warm Metamora at'' :Palatka' |the yacht. now one of the finest depots on the line ,belt.. lteerencebrpermisstofl-FREne.l toass Miami,FU,. 4. .. :t 4

friends.:than .Dr.,'Holmes., ,' ,Her' hasT Canaveral Club[the:'property the of the Cape Hit- The buildingiii\ handsome structure O..W. CON NOR, \\Tangerin Nurseries,.MIAMI. FLA. 1 ..:

T many' acquaintances, in this:vicinity, Canaveral tie and thel'yacbt! Bteamer Alma with' two waiting rooms; one for.white ...:r _29oct-o-mo S f.}j
].i. sand his son; Howard, has a fine, homestead at Titusvilie{ and one for coloreda;handsome office : '
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In the Cocoanut Grove settlement and the.' Lake Worth at Lake 'and a spacious baggage/dora.; 'A hallway ; :it
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the'steamers'
Worth, and. Susie B. and. ,.
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;j. The Doctor .visited Miami guns through the Center, leading : ,
Miami. also made I ,
; about eighteen months'ago and is;very Biscay' at inspection They of the I to a covered walk. out to the: passengergateway r' "i
E much surprised and pleased at the development an intermediate' en 6th.street East of the depot -
at Lake (Worth. ,,, ,
steamer
CoUrtenay -
which has r :
taken'place'since i is the '
a long wide.green lawp;(on
,: -bis last visit.: He',had; made all his ,Captl;,Vogel gathered some statistics west is 'a. broad,,,stone>; driveway for
plans to dowathU week and attend and examined as to the advantages of carriages. The grounds'around'the' 4'IIt Y' i
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get = ,iil' j4 iti: T isRocker
Miami
and of r
x. the harbor. at j Biscayne
the hospital ball, and although advised as"'a naval8tation\ and for tbe depot are more than nine hundred feet 'I
of Its decided to Bay theboulevard to
z postponement, come long and extend from ,
anywayVas he had all his plans made.; uses of commerce, ,and he expressed Avenue; C; .a handsome fence",encloses
himself, in;
Jle' lis' ;local surgeon 'of the Florida very enthusiastically re- the entire .grounds; a gateway near .'fI
East ( the gard to' these.;"'Florida,, {Tiroes-Unipn Avenue, 'and'another $ j75
Coast-Railway Company-for< '"* C admits carriages, : J
Citizen .
and ,
,Faustina and. Point : \ one b'lf .
Ave
; Sharpest, City { 6th street;opposite \ c .f
"neighborhoods., He ; will ,probably I 4 !. nue B, affords an egress-.for; : the',,vehicles ; t
'Visit Miami again and'atten' ;:the,bog- 1 l Base Ball::t .. j Along the'fence his a handsome .and"oth6r. bargains, at *

.'i Phil,bale on, Washi ngton's, irthda-> ,MiamiB, Club'Is park 'by the sideofthe'.rock carriage \ i '
The, sa Ball trying drives Three hundred feet of covered tNelson' J
Edwin Farnitnre Store ,
.,A;Distinguished:Visitor. '' to arrange fora] game bfball4witb,, !. a walk runs in front of the depot.;: 'Ad.' : - L ,
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team from Vest., : If, satisfactory .
Key i '
Dr,.;J;: W. VV., R. Plnmmer, of Key bemade the :Miami mission' to the'trains is gained through 'Lha-nao -" ..;..., "
arrangement can\\ : '" MIAMI ,
West fine gates t'wbi b''are( stationed the M.
farm
who owns, a : at Lemon team will'arrive on or about the' 17th, '
City; has' been.spendlng few dayslin\ excursion guards l. The board platform extendsthe '
Mr.
on an on Flaglers ,new
the city this week;' U<> will return to whole distance of 900 feet. A hand- ;
Miami! : should
steamship Tbe'team tower the main J ,ff .
Key', Yestvla, steamer, tonight. The Borne rising from depot eCAELi's' r
Doctor i is'quite an_authority on;y ,l1dW have nq tro! ?' leln. getting West up Herald a game adds grace' and dignity to'the building : _' -i i
with our : r
) : The1 the! river wharf <
fever, having bad extensive experience A [building near L '
q In several epidemics It has been sug- Jan 7th,,; TV.i % "' which'has recently been Used for''' passenger :

. 1 grated,by some 'of his'\friends that he This is the! first rhaY: heard of a service,will now be used:! entirely \ l >

'''givea series bf lectures 'OD "Yellow game or an, ", icursIoiih-pe aps.:fome for freight. Long.'.sheds.are being livery a de.Stable'' j

;Jack most," particularlyftreating' preventative of ,the of our,base bail, .L'.men'know.\ of;[ it.. .It built e storage oh the'west of ivegetables side of the during'track the fort ,
approved ,
measures have our':
would be a pleasure as applied :to, individuals, and -also ,Ito seasons} "it' -\ \ -> I
communities; and he may consent to go over there and wallop their:nine at It i is the intention of the company to 11th street[near Avenue: Miami

,do so 'during' the ureaent. Reason at a game. 'There''IIJ. no.doubt ,at all Ibut erect al,very;. large:'.arid t.sobstantf41freight , i V.i I >
(I'' ., iMiarnl. Dr.Plummer may also include what tiG; could be done house along the jsouth .end ;of : Horses and Mules to let and for sale.Fine J : "
"", Horses
f: 'that most prevalent and, fatal of all ,1' .' ', the" regular' freight_traffic'wil' Bred a syecialty.30apr97lvpt
;- }diseases Ho For Cocoanut. _trove,, be ,conducted,.rrpm' thereJ; At that { '
pulmonary: consumption, '
.1. and 'the' preventative; measures Tbe''fast' an.d commodious launch" ; time the' depot at,the'riveriwharf'will Carriage\ Teams Bnggy: Teams .. a ms ::1e.

l'\ !which;-in :this disease as in all} others "Daimler** leaves Peacock wharf at Cocoanut -' .be used (\entirelylfor( freight and vegetables ll. r .1
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:;. which flesh is heir to,are of more value grove every morning' except from the schooners and steamers |> I t
;: : than any; possible :methods ,of "cure. Sunday at_8'O'I| lock'.for Miami,arriving 'running\into the''river., j b; '\ , '" . ..
: > We sincerely,trust Dr. p'lummermay: at toot of Avenue D at 1,9, 'o'clock, The terminal. on the bay w now'cbmpleted I I : J
.}i; be !induced to deliveracourse, '\ of lectttres. > leaving Miami:for Cocoanut, (Trove/at and,ready! ;the filling in.betwe'en FruIt Treesl', Grape: Fruit, .Persian:'.and, '

:; -. They'would not]only .be very' 10:30 a. m. Fare':25., cents each way. 'the piles of I the rock} and and ''l'-biiLhnesGenoa;: and ; '
which will betaken from the : :
1,000-foo
interesting bat 'valuable.t\ Will make special trips,- returning to .. ,
f' ;, I. i .i' >! Li--. f, Miami in the evening for,'accommodation , basin.which will be,dug by.(he dredges AT. Elsbgn. 'Lemons,, 'Dan

A'Truly"'Pitiable Affair; f f.One. of parties,at very reasonable rates'. in tront.fthe wharf.' 'rhie. i !\work! will 0' . , .- .: y"' ; ,'. :i
Go down and ( two :at & Tangerine Hart's.Tard1 f q.
spend: a day or :hl ; -a
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} .; of 'the most pitiable,sights iin.gftsotih has You'
we Cocoanut Grove;;the:prettiest place on The large se rt >0 :
'ever-witnessed is the case of Maiviua been end of Wnl WasliingtonNavelJaffa; ; \
the Bay. Spend a day at the|homelike I' beerf placed on the nnrth ( ,
R. Y Balbrisco, a very young colored Peacock Inn and see,tbe avenue of roy the dock and the coal.'sheds have been Jaffa!BloodzRubyBlood .
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Nyoman"Who beCame'a mother about removed to the ". .it ; .r
al palms, clamp of giant bamboos and $ '1' , \
:-J ;.two months ago. She is,without rela= many otber'interesting'sightsin the : Door '.. :..&. ". and parson' Brown; Oranges , }; t:
friends and is !;from l
tiles or, ; suffering V ,
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'tf.l"For '
vicinity. \t. Advertise in the,,JMiTRopows.ESTABLISHED t:!
acute .insanity 'confined! .in' g \ Plums and'
t. & filtbjroomVwithout f I Japan [ "
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furniture attention :
't west the ailroad.' Steps,.have, bee Ten 4 ]land: Sale.'near lt with -'' I. q Persimmons, Grape Texas Umbrella, Australian. Silk /}
taken tOvhave her sent to the State In- acres of D -
:. :sane Asylum at.Chattahoochee and the I mall dwelling: bouse,4 barn:.and out;; S LlStorer & Co. Oat, arid' a quantity ornamental, flowers and shrubs to ;
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red tape will hare been fixed buildings.Three', acres cleared and 'rf
."" necessary up'' so that ehe,'will be'removed early\; some'fruit trees planted Comprisingpine .;- -T' 'iiSntweBf>rs to ,,. ., l suit this! climate and ,JOHN; !1 ELLIS ,AGIIPptUm ,
hammock arid prairie ,CHAPEIU!A STOKCK: ,"' , .
::1. next,week.\lIett'-r' late than never I: land apply -' h -bfl. J '. I MIAMI: i z4A.: _.
-:' But she should, hue been after. to FBXDK.:" S.\Moasr.' Post office Wholesale.. Commission1.Deale'rs'aad! ,shippers <
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Booked -V 1 -;. of, all kinds_of I '
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.,} two months ago\ Her: insanity which I building., w \- 2Ijanttf' I. ; choicte. selec- a 1
,,d' Is pf a Severe type;; is dQ w'UlterD FRESH FISH' .
glect and suffering during the poerpey :Tot''Bale. ;; , at the office

ral'condition.! Some readers mar say Boiler engines,and tbermachingry.: i bster.and Turtle' J1 M, Proarnfl1esll1aUous1 r I a n t; METROP- ,1

: ,tb nothing is to be gained by giving } JL11("1I0'Roz,: ConMgnment'Snite1c41: \i 1.i iIf "

; ,publicity to:such. an exceptional, .In- TJau.tf.hs: t a j. ,., .CocoanutGrove.j ... :todt :37r {: ratal Ptah,Uuktt, 111'T .

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