Title: The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: January 28, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00594
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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.P4 SECRET SOCIETIES. -S. Ai 'Baker 'is serving oysters 'iu FOB SALE.:Building known a* Captain Advertise in the METROPOLIS., Wean The Presbyterian's hav*' been canvas '- ,

:( I all styles and at all hours at his restauraut' Jack's Place; opposite Hotel c bring you trade. Our friends read. !,jog for funds for the erection of a f"

', (Avenue D | opposite Hotel Miami.' Eifquire Of A. Goodwin! on I. church building ,in Miami, and now ....
Lodes Everglades
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\ free and Accepted! Mason bold Miami. 21J -lmb.nJ and f premises., ,1\ 14jau-4t: Charley ) of the have pledges for something like $2,:>00 "I -
regular meetlnn on the first 'and has been: a prominent visitor in'''the in sight, with some reports not yet tn.'r
,, third Mondaya each month in the Over one hundred barrels of fib were MrSherlDan'l\ of\Connecticut, is In city this week,,. ,. His, 'autograph ;i appears I Mr. Flagler'has ,donated to the church.hree ... "I
f fiDe| lodge room over the poitotBce. shipped] by theerent fish companies the vicinity for the purpose of selecting upon the regfswr of Hotel :
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i lots the :of
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Work usually occurs every meetlug night. tractU land whi--u.be -
from tiiis point by rail yesterday a large >ff oil )
1 Visiting brethren In good standing are.,cordially 'onolly., We noticed, him one day j! Avenue B, on which the congregation
to IOC t&rlarg from '
invited, to attend. ', T ,. and today.\) expects colony getting more thoroughly initiated 'I in0 ;- expects to erect a suitable house
JAC M..T4CIIOW,)v'.D..,W. : has the Nutmeg:Stat. i tile is after about a the waysjof civilization by'attenipt' _
The City Council ordered the of this These iota .
worship
> year.
i C. C.CCTTKCLL: Secretary i ,thousand acres, and: in all probabilitywill :
to master the intricacies of bike
marshal all Ing a
enforce ordinances
to sanitary ire,now being cleared up. The Sunday ,
} KNIGHTS OP r YTHIA8.-Bay) BI8- ,!\ strictly. It is probable that select a valuable tract just: south -verily, the red man is advancing; in evening audiences at the Pavilion, oft
of Cocoanut Grove.
. carne Lodge No.' al. meets everyi some arrests be made. | the: ways of.Ahe pale face. 4th street which the
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f | Friday CTeuln in its bright,: newt may :.. < congregation ?
t the *. Orders have been issued to the own: erected last and has since
: lodge room over postomc { spring been
nn Hon. J. V. Register, of Jasper, arrived George F. Paddison who does a
Flrot, Second and Third tUnks < ers of all the small trouser' and shacks large sing overtax the '
seating
,, capacity
conferred on the fln-k second anthird < in the city Tuesday.;, He is lumber and hardware; business at Eau +
\ meeting nights of the inomnl interested which occupy rented land on the < about eighty), and during; the ser1 -
+. quite in this section and Gallie on Indian River arrived in the
:north Side of 12th street from Avenue ices
"' - fAKMIB.C. C. a number-stand outside,the doors E
T.J. Joss, K. of B, & S. T will probably\ invest Inl\ land near Mi. L) to the Boulevard :to have same removed 'city OH Wednesday night and regis-j: for...nntof room within. Oflateeventhe ,

ami.sr. 1 \ 1 on or before,the 20tb of February tered at the Hotel Miami to spend Sunday morning audiences usually! i
Everett of West Palm Beach it being decided to-rent no more, several days in this city and vicinity. fill nearly all the seats.: *
; ; MIAMI 'MINCE MEATS i proprietor of the East'Coast' Fish Co., land ou that th roug fare. lejs handling immense quanties of .

with offices here. and at West Palm 'office: vegetable crates, wrapping paper, ('te'l i An imposing fleet. 'of three fine new
. to / Beach, was In the city : last Wednes Talk about a land business, our 3e was visiting the; vegetable growersIn iraptha launches arrived in Miami '
day. : | veteran Morse will have employ several , the Cocoanut Grove neighborhood from Key West last Sunday night

; y :I !1I ij' Minor Miscellaneous Miami! i i Matters The park {In front of'\t Hotel_ Miami is more assistants if :the rush it, has keeps yesterday Lemon and today, will probably goo The Florida owned. by Col. J,. Vining
ou inert'asing'wit.h him as for, ; City Harris '
for the1 criminal
being cleared up and ,beautified, under \ attorney court 1
/ Mention the past week or.so, |'lie waited some 'Fontain of 'record at Key- 'West is said to be ...
S Modestly \ i the direction. of John Sewell, the Father the' beloved priest a.ry
if deserves the harvest .
anybody
years; \* _fast boat. :Mr. Harris was
oft onboard
able foreman; of Supt. Joseph A. Mc e Catholic church of this city will *
i if is our popular littl veteran real en- .
7 Donald.r I ,I '' soon leave for Palm \Beach, .to cOdt.iniJtht'l in company with Messrs. Chas. '
Jose Mora teaches piano 'byj Bertini( tate man,and he is getting it. 1
and
Edward Roberts of '
I Min Jessie Barco, daughter .of Hon. Work. of the church there. We,understand ," :'Curry L theisland
system.- 21Jan-tf J. M. Barno] ex-1L S.'Register of land The yacht Hazel, Capt. ,A. F. D1iU&', that Father Moore of Tampa : city. The other' boats were ':

r' How many tickets have you* sold for office at'Gainesville,,is.visiting her sister for charter by day or week for fishing Willjofficiate in this city during the.win- .'thje Xicco, owned by sir Schneider

' the HospitalBall.a 'j| ; Mrs. Dr. J. M. Jackson, Jrl, of excursions.. At CiUJock, address ter. ( Father Fontain will be missed in and the Miami owned by Captain De-
this city t I. P. O. Box 800. j 28jan-tf Miami. Loved and revered by all the Ventry. Capt. DeVentry is famous

" V Advertise in the METROPOLIS; its :L1. I iailor !!The ladies or the.}Methodist church members of his church, be, ,is also respected i as s launch builder and 4ias' turned out
circulation the east coast is'large; Wolfe, merchant has on some fine three
.: 1 on .1 exhibition g \handsome line of spring ,willjholda grandduidwiuterfaIr in anti admired by all our citizens' boats These beau'tifu t
! Supt. Joseph A. McDonald [made at' in the opera house,un'next"Wednesdaynight : both o..hill courteous manner'and his I launches are t specimens of bit
samples fine suitings and pants pat. work.; Mr. Schneider from ,...
trip to Palm Beach this week ] terns.. The goods are arriving daily. ,Oysters, light: lunches, ice Intellectual ability and his: departure proceeded'
to Uobe Sound
hej-e r and the other
.is much rl gentlemen
regretted. '
1 cream and cake will, \.be. served. A
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The Hotel Miami wilt hold its regular .J : ti -will' enjoy the pleasures
weekly reception and bop this,' eve The coma i tee on Hospital Ball expect musical aud literary program will be This week we had! the pleasure of I; +ingoupur beautiful Gad.I .. : '
S ... ning. | to hustle for all they are worth given. Fancy articles, curios etc., razing on some of tin! finest un"'I"rg.. t'.j Crl\\
will be ou .sale. Admission I* free. 11 George
Strawberries that wei hate '. I I I
,.. between not nd Washington's Birthday ever st'pn"t1t C. Friar, returned from
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The train the East Coast
pay on and they want you to help them Vasco Bennett whili playing with \\'ereraised hy Ijt. .\.Cald\\ell \\liaf\ Jacksonville last Saturday night where
Railway arrived in the city oh Wed.uesday'night. Is interested wtfh j )Major Lovett in berry :f
all you can. some children yesterday afternoon on i he jl iadlbeen for a week attending the
., {II Win 12th street, and the Boulevard, fell culture on their plaeelalioiit\ live miles i} J rand \Lodge of' Masons as representingjUittcayiif a
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Crane Gray of the Epiccopal (
. .FOR'RENT-A.four room'cottage, on Bishop Diocese aud struck the back of his bead ou the West .of Miami JCteahlWt'1l11\ 1d trlarge (l : Lodge; this city. He
j of Florida will in
11th street Avenue D. Address arriVe hard blow'' 'was crate of them containing several l,, '
near pavement. Tlwj i a reports a very interesting meeting a
i ;,.A, this office.Washington's? . I the city from Key West on the steamer severe one causing unconsciousness for baskets! and had brought t'l1..1O in, to deliver charter was granted to B. B. Lodge
Sunday mo: ningand will; preach in '
' \ six1\ hours; Dr.. Fowler (was-called in at soin of the hotels. They' wkirh has been working 'under a did-
Birthday:ia only three the Episcopal'church.W. and attended his injuries. He is now were a rich red color and each of them i 'pen aUon for nearly a year. Charters
,weeks hence what have you done for has at least an i ibch in diameter. They ';
D. ill
the Deperry' purchased the getting along right : are lesned'nnly-at the annual if.meeting
Hospital Ball. \ fruit and confectionery ';business On Mr.and Mrs. West' of! Fredonla N. sold at 50 cents a basket, of the-grand lodge. C. II. Stewart of

r t; Thomas J, Laud Brown, Mayor of Avenue D; from S. A. Belcher and will Y., '' friends of Mrs., Edwin Nelson, The, Odd Fellows of .this' city will Melbourne' was appointed district
Green Cove is be glad to" serve: anyr who call I deputy for the master f6r the
Springs registered at may have sent to that lady a check for; $25, Meet next Monday night in the new grand
4 l Hotel, Royal Palm. \\1 with fine candies i cool drinks, etc.. as al donation.to the ,building fund of lodge room at which time a definite' ;'14th district which, embraces the ,east

." A'neat parsonage is. being :e' tfor Henry M. Flagler armed,in'the city the Methodist church. This la a pleasIng date for tne (institution ,of the (new I',:cost lodges Couth of St. Augustine, '

the Catholic church, on the L same last night for! the purpose \of meeting evidence of the kindheartedness'of lodge will be Decided upon. The* bill including Miami. Just before leaving
Miami
1 lot with the church. flV his friend, S14, William Haynes-Smith, Mr. and Mrs West and Also of the energetic for their fine 'new paraphernalia} has Mr Friar received the sad intelligence '
i ex-Governor the Bahamas, who wilt efforts of Mrs, Nelson for; the arrived and the goods will be here in of the death of his sister at
; ,Reverend' Fathers James A. McFaul arrive in the steamship Miami today: church of her choice. i a few days. It is pretty certain that : Jennings, Florida, and went to that,
and J. H: Fox of Trenton;. N.-J., ar-; \ <* the lodge will be established on Satur point!, t<> attend the funeral, and was
ire
r I j rived in the city last evening. 'f The hotels} filling :up: rapidly Oysters in every style. Ice cream, ice day February, at which time:there prevented from being present at the

' .' ,, Olaf Zeterland. immigralion'agent with tourists fOr the 'season. At the Cream soda, cool drinks;!floe candies; will be present the grand master, opening session of the grand lodge;
; Jln' Royal \ Palm 86 \ camp in this week, lunches served or put up for excursion district deputy, some past grands and and the loss of his sister cast a gloom rover
New York
: i.Miami City, for the this,East CoAst the Biscayne received 85, the Conolly parties' 'at DeBerry's,. formerly Belcher's. several ,other, State officials., A-banquet his'.tisit to the'temple.

;'Railway, was: week. c 82'and i the Hotel. Miami 101 guests. | will be given .ter\the> ceremonies. -

,1\ ?:Bicycles for sale or 'rent'at ;Bakers, Mrs.'Curry.ii'\ professional musiciansolicits John W. Ingle of th'e48rm of Ingle \, oft Indian erins River, who for formerly many years resided but

,.,.opposite, Hotel Miami. 21Jan-lmo-hs' the patronage of Miami & Aliuirall, architects of-New York Bishob E.'G. AndreVsJ of the Methodist now'of New York his been spendinga

,and f. and vicinity} Piano, organ, and City,\is visiting his 'old friend JosephA. church, arrived in! the city 'on few days in the city this week. lie

y 1t)! George ,M. Robbins, Esq;, or', the violin taught; also voice culture and' McDonald at Hotel Biscayne Mr. Wednesday night. Ha is a resident of 'is soliciting for a fruit and vegetable

.; {firm of Robbins'& Graham, Titusville, solfege, .14Jan-tf Ingle;, has been appointed consulting' New York city and has been presiding commission house of Gotham. We

;was in the city Monday on legal business. -' Ernest O.< Williams) who, has purchased engineer to Supt. Joseph'A. McDonald over the St. Johns River Conference wish to* say that Mr. Nevins is an entirely or

. !the !8tcfc | of dry goods etc., iu the hotel construction1. at' Nassau.' held at DeLand. Bishop Andrew' 'responsible and reliable mail.

; Ellis editor Titurtille from Major;). P.jLovett! will remove and,will accompany .him oVer there to- preached a powerful sermon lastlnighfIn [ Wbateyeri returns you-.get from him I.
\ Wager,' of,the the same into the corner store of the; toor o.w. |I the school house on "Faith in qua." will be,honest and he will do,the 'very

Star the with his estimable wife was ,in,' new post office'', building next Wednes. : At 'the 'recent conference of the Rev' L. L. Fisher,, of' DeLand, presid' : best Itba.} i* possible: for you in the ;

city this week, the guests.of L\\ C. day. I | I\ 'Methodist church at DeLand; ReY. J. ing elder of this district, introduced way of prices., This is ',not an advertisement -
Oliver. ;
;ti : the speaker. Bishop Andrews left this but feel it 'when "
we our doty .'
i I A.'McDonald returned 11. Martin was assigned as pastor of'th'm e : 1'
!IS i c' Captain Laneer brought up from Joseph '' fro church In this city He has been serving morning for Melbourne, where he will we know a; man is good to the core to
Nassau per,steamship Miami on Mon dedicate the church thereon Saturday let ou> know the fact. There '
Key Largo, Wednesday, in his vesseil and at Winter Park, and, his departurefrom shippers :'
Tbe; Annie,"'125 crates of tomatoes day night leaves, again on the same that city is much regretted by the and ou Sunday he'will.. dedicate the are men in his line, exceptions of ,

and eggplants. ... for good another ship foi s ort the visit Bahamas to tomorrow members there, as he, was very much new,Methodist church at Daytona. course which it ''would >be as well to f
the. capital of ,
Wanted--To rent a cottage of.from the Bahamas. esteemed; in the comlounit He will Captain WT II. Fulford, keeper of avoid! 'as Bernard carefully Able as-loU would' yellow SewI I
t jack & Co.
of
four to seven'' rooms by a responsible of.I\ arrfvein the city next week and preach the House of Refuge on the coast r ,,
The ladies the Presbyterianchurch his first sermon on Sunday Feb. Oth.' .in this York the house Mr. Nevins. represents
tenant. Address G. S.' W., METBOPO- J a fair near \Lemon City, was town handedr! all of the of '
will hold and bazaar crop oranges on
1 us office. '. decSltfMr.andMrs.J.CneoenbeckandMr. Friday, February 8,from S toll\ p.'on m. J. T. Wofford, formerly!, of Lake The week.fame on of a Mr.purchasing and .Mr,''expedition.. Fulford's: the :fine] grove of Wm. M. Brown,

1- Manager,H. W. Merrill has generously County',.who is now largelY,ioter ated president# of the Bank of Bay Biscayne,
hospitality has traveled so far and
and Mrs. G. B. Dickinson are ,back donated the.use of the music'oom of in vegetable 'farming at;Ualland;thiscountyVtasiutbecityyesterda'y. : wide that they;are constantly[ Ceiv- a:fetf weeks ago and is at present band- K

again to the Royal Palm after, a.pleasant the Royal Palm foij, the occasion. ., Mr. applications from winter touristsfor ling the large.crop of beans from Mr.
} Wofford isenthusiastic about the wonderful Browns \ Island
trip to Nassau. ; place on Merrjtt at
The accomodation No less
than 13'
Southern Express Company for the truck
are ,
prospects grower Banyan on Indian.River.
'&I h'he swimming pool in'the casino of now,using a very fine delivery; (wagon, in this section. He says thai! a score of applications came last week; of course "
:r--r' the Royal Palm is.being well patronized one of the regulation kind, used in all substantial farmers of Lake County we cannot blame them as-the island i ia is \ '

on account of the, delightful"weather large cities .where ;immense> business have their this wayjTand if their beautiful sprit: and abounds in 'good "'\'Bay Fronts at Cocoanut Grove"!,
i I.. we are having.::? < j demands it4| seen to be, keening up with the' proces here. y they are not prepared to run a hotel lao Will :soon be all gone. We have a
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'Professer '
Rowland Thaxter,- Botanist lion. li the applications must be (refused. tract of 21 acres left. Price $.j,,()(JJ Or'we
'of'_Harvard College, Cambridge, i Wm Horlick: Jr.,. Racine,! Wis., of i will C it it in half 110 as to make two

1 ,:;Mass. is again. in the city and is leg Dr. 'Robert, Abbe! the .famous surgeon Horlick's Malted Milk Company and Rev.., J. O. S. Huntington, fathersuperior Iota of ten and'one-half acres each and ,
.. istered'at, Hotel Miami. ,-' and physician New York city Dr. J. G. Meachem, the ';well"'known of the,order of the Holy Cross, will sell either lot for $2,500. Cash

'< .,Mrs.John'B.Stetson with her mother whose professional kill is kno'nand' house-surgeon the.'Poly pi!nic Hoe who with his associates have been conducting preferred| but if desired half cash and I .

'Mrs. Shindler Orleans;.Ind. is demanded! all over 'the United States, pital in Chicago, have been staying at episcopal services in this city remainder in',,one'year at 8,per cent to
.1., istered at Hotel Royal Palm. ,' reg arrived bn :Monday' from a 'pleasaDttrip'tiJ Hotel Conolly the past week' These for the past three months \will ,leave right party. This property is ,Bay '

leave for Nassau tomorrow. They 4iC Nassau and [left the next day affable gentlemen are in the south for next week for his home in Westminister Front, and lies between the places of
for,other points'on iti e East Coast. visit of unalloyed pleasure) and are Md. The 'episcopal.congregation A. R. Simmons and A. A. Boggs.Bet

Filer & Son shipped 290 crates of .- : \\I 1 ; I puttingin the time in true sportsman and the, community in general baa ter secy re'la bay front 'while',you can.. i
-'ifine tomatoes from Elliot Key on Mon:. E. J., lade, of Nassau, N. i like manner. They made} severalhunting been much benefited by his presence j! They will all he gone a year hence.*. (

\ day; they, went ,to northern markets! the. city[this week topping atitUotel} and fishing trips while here, here. His sermons have been:eloquent et ', 12no :tf 1:;, HO.BjIlS8IGK\ B""J ., ,
via, the East Coast Railway, ,t : Miami. Mr. Lidefig! representing the one being up the Miami riv}r to the and bis (labors in the cause of; religion '

J.. .' "Cartba na" a select hotel in.Nassau, Seminole camps, in the Everglades, and public charity have been Valuable K
Burkheim Gainesville ant ld \t"
and. whose accomodationai aresald to be e returning with several alligat l"1J deer Father Bartlett one of his able colleagues ': . (For, Sales 'I __
popular commercial traveller, was valiant The house s-Rf; !! spoken of 1 i and game. They left on Tuesday for will also leave Ie
in the city this week. He is ( < a next,week;fur Nassau Boiler, engines and.other machinery* C '
. represent, by" those'who, have ,entertainedthere. yachting and bunting. cruls' among but Father Bassett! will remain tocontinue j K..H. MCXKOE ,. ;
ing a Jacksonville firm. ,
.., E grocery;., ,, : !, rn I j j the Bahamas. . the work in this cite 7Jar.tr-b t \h Cgeoauutt ,Gf9Te, ..,

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.rr. y THE GUY t OF IA MI. law, order' \ and prosperity seem to I rounded by a wealth of'' rare \[exotic from every tropical fruit that can be :
spring from! the foutain of a'regener-, plants. r \ I named, northern ,fruits and vegetables

professions|] ated civilization.Twenty Attracted by the highIY-C lo l"d"re- have been acclimated. with great suc,
|months, ago the first train ports<< of Miami's spontaneous' development +\ cess. Str Wberrie8,watermelo .,lTe n.
,A 'Graphic Description of the Youngest steamed Into a clearing in .the pine settlers from all parts of ;Ihe, corn and tomatoes have their place on ;

\\1 \ City in the Country woods., A 'I tb us laborers were' set ,country.flocked to the new pity. Stores the local r bill of fare at Christmas., ...,;

I \f\ 'I'- to work an J a tract, of 11,000 acres was were' occupied by merchants before the The 'Department of Agriculture is :

1 ITGEO. S ,PHENOMENAL> OKOWTH AND PROGRESS surveyed ahd, gridironed, into streets.'fhe' plastering 'had become; dry. Manufacturing contemplating the erection of an experimental r
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: .MRORRil s, \WALTER'$. GRAHAM\ i! I > ,. street'Were? cut right: through establishments) were erected almost station for the purpose,qf .;

\ 1 ,, Held and fo Best, right through the very ', in tliewidstof, : the \woods!\ that testing the growth"o'camphor trees,
ROBBINS &, GRAHAM CO., bat J Two Tears Old and Has Miles of Fared haunt of tl lie wild animals themselves, had not as'yet'. beeh cleared for building in the interests' smokeless gunpowder :.

i 1\.Strata, Waterworks, Magnificent Hotel.. and when, twenty miles or so had sites. 'An ice factory, two planing and eucalyptus plants for the manufacture *, ,;
AttorneysatLaw.MIAMI .l .\i | Dwellings Numerous Brick Stores and Fine been: laid out|, they were graded', in nu'' mills and two machine shops went into of India rubber. Biscayne :

DADE\ ,COU 'TY, FLORIDA.tFlll \ tel Still Improvements Going on. Are direction toward the beautiful, slope operation. 'Two drugstores, two hardware ; Bay is to be ,the; :winter., cruising mta- Iii:
\ of the Miami river, and, in another toward stores two dry 'stores -
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practice In 11 courts State and Federal goods 4: and. tion of the torpedo-boat flotilla; and t
Spei Laud<'laf Titlex acuities We for bare uaroinlnrandeffecting tbe Only complete : 1 l" "" ((Copyrighted. i BucayW Bay, one of the1, lovell- numerous other mercantile, i titut.ionsbegan the 'island i-J, key ;opposite to Miami,

ebvract book the and Circuit receive Court dally at reports JUne! from showing the all Clerk Und ot I Inquirer... f Miami I is.built on a solid cor l-rock\\ company wag formed: and a small bank Sam'and converted ,into a torpedo, and. 11
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to s. All the certltted Abstracts of Title <, 'II E following excellent order to.level. thestreetshunaredsof I building erected.: Doctors, lawWrg mortar tation. a, ,
for South Dade'eonnly' are made at our Miami. .t v ,description and''nen of i bra ns1,f eft other', '
office. i \ I tf hf. pounds: of dynamitehad Florida Biscayne Bay wu ',named by the r
\ of our magic to be used. Night and daygangeof towns and. came to (Miami to SpuaiarcJs.'It' : is corruption'' of.iJis-...
GEO. ,A. WORLEY City 11 from, thepen laborers filled holes into the soft I. their permanent abode. tajup cayan, or "like Biscay." It abounds,
: of a rock, blasting, and clearing before Miami ir/all kinds '
.A.ttorna..t-J.a.'W": young chipping Long was der of game fish,while outside,
General practice In State and Federal Courts. P, Jladelphianwbohas away! the ''fragments( .of loose! stone. i it,stands to-day,,the enterprising railroad just beyond the!. keys, catches of two '
All tendon busliies-i Agent: entnt'ltedl'Ul for'receive' prompt. at visited The streets'tit the town are rolled into i company had started a \steamer and three, hundred'king! fish are made ,-

GERKANIA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY the place and an' conglomerate, of coral rock I running between'thg new town and' by enthusiastic tourists in a few hours.
of New Tork. knows, hate\; he that is: as even and smooth as a bicycle the city of Key West, a little,I over' a East year a tarpon weighing' 141-pounds t

AH kinds of life policies written. 'Office over, rr. : is talking bolt.The . track.,. The 'sjdeWalks are cue out of I hundred miles. But in order': to ''do was ;landed, :with rod :and;reel. The :'

r postomee., \I ;I l:oet.hs.-yr -j i_ r > State of Kloridaclaima -- the solid rock with axes and adzes,presenting' this a bannel\\two miles, long had to.be. bay is a.natural marine aquarium. Its ,

'WILLIAM SCOTT CORDON R, BKOOME the_ distinction of possessing I the appearance Of avenues cut from the rocky bottom of BJscsyne greatest depth'is fifteen feet,,and in a I .
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BROOMS the oldest and;, the' youngest cities ln\ paved with white marble.' out tO the natural small boat, .
SCOTT &\ \ Bay ; deep[ water you can :touch the, white !
United
ttornetye-at I a'w' the I States ; \When the. streets had been'1 cut channel that funs down the coast between 1 coral bottom'.in many places.., TropI. -;,,
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NOTARY PUBLIC IK OFFICE St. ,founded, 1565. through, building lots were cleared and ,the,keys, and the, mainland.? '4 j\ cal fishes of beautiful tints and sea -"
Miarnl '
Will practice in all State ac f Federal Court I, founded, 1896.It houses came ujji as if conjured l Into existence One year after I the first ax: hadjsound- grassesof: ,delicate textures can be seen: -'\
t Collections promptly attended o.i ) the matter, of "to .
t phenomenal growth
by magic. .hotels '
Four turquoise
against the
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i OFFICE ,OVER BASicjor! VBICAY. >E-, Miami stands ed/mong<< the clearings, a terrible firewiped sands. and in the ;
head and shoulders started.,
Skilled labor poured'into the deeper coral cavid
1 I out thejbusiness t.
June-97-tf I'' portion of the
all other Southern competitors of the town fro\ 'Xew, 'York, Philadelphia \ 'Three miles'inland'from
t city; It happened _the da'y aftr11r' , tbewonder-j' {
J' aAa. T. BASDKBS \ \II. F. ATK1XSOKSANDERS I ful city commences that-.'net work'of, i i

a & ATKINSON' \ / waterways,. and channels :called ,the 'j,

...IVIt S ,. \ Everglades. A few'minutest:run lOp ST
Attorneys nd Counselors at .L\W", the 'Miami- River in a naptba launch .\. '
\ removes you as effectually .from the
Office In Rooms 1 and 2, 1 bord of 1
Brown's Brick\[Building, rs civilization self you were on ,i 't'r'
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I ... 1.14-U-hs' I !' MIAMI FLA. the/prairies. 'But"here: elsewhere. i"
t I. the environment one, rich. and picturesqne "
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.c I' : A. R. Summons, ' 1 beauty. Five, miles from the, \I .,;'
i city, a ;:Seminole Indian
t r f village let t'
Attoxzieiy'atrawr. cated. The Indians :
I 1e are a peaceable ;
COCOANUT GKOVE. FLA.. \ i I sociable set,.and they bring) canoes full ,... 'i.
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L of' game' to Miami for sale. Robert j
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I, 10 Ueo. W. Alien. "' l speaks English',well,and i ,'often .seen f
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_g 'i Attcrney. T w-; walking about the,streets with. .other*, ,
of,bis tribe. 'The' fever;of civilization.
KIT'WIST, IFL' !
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Office, large 20th St tracts,, near AT.- D.,south aide.l21tt | / I mJ7 : A

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Wm ..Varnado> ( ,,, t, S. 4r 4
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sz ty Rock. Work and Blasr agaFNOYSTERSV .

? .I' MIAMI' ,;FLOI 1..', \l .,- ... I : f'" '

,Estimates Furnished, on AppQcatto I >.y, 16, 11s. I j J ;.:
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OYSTERS! :OYSTERS t \ A tlORIDA MUNICIPALITY WHICHWs SPRUNG.. INTO EZISTENOX WITH ASTONISHING :
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Served in any stjW at any hour, In the -- --- '
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\f' ,,day.market from a S cents a m.! /toll Careful p In. attention Best In the to mushroOmclisa\. ![Two years ago*t where, and the big Southern fettles. In, five Christmas,and t about forty stoles were' has also affected the Indians. With the .. "

:auk A Dlc&' son board Floating lawns and groves'of tropical verdure ,months a"'local paper was set up, andntb8"Mlami laid; in .ruins inside oC(! two hours. money' they earn :from the sale, of, .
HoteL Rockledge, at
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rates
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t Give me a calt" -r now';spread4was| k: dense and tangled was: incorporated Without a word of complaint, the people , game and otter, alligator and wildcat '

= iF,_, J., I. Tufnage'g Restaurant I, thicket',jot 'bamrock forestinfestedbywildeatsdeer j as a city. ,, it, of. Miami began' to ;'replacing skins, they purchase*expensive fabrics
Foot of At nue D, .near Chinese I Lannyd and other game- TheAlligator Miami is situated on, Bay, the wooden structured with handsome
6nov-U-b-mo! .' Biecayne for dresses. The most costly canned
eanned'laimselt on.,the banks 366 miles south ofJacksonville, ,at the brick edifices. :A new postofllce ; goods /delicacies are not too good"

i 'T 'N K !S 'of ,MiamiJBive'r; ; and'' the white ai- very :beginning of the famous, / Florida building and, an opera \\ house were for them, sewing machines are 'a common

gret waded gracefully among;its shaN Keys;the first Kl""yIn; .fact, starts only erected,'and water';, tower and pumping thing,"and. as for utensils;tools .

W* ]tannfactnre'iii: lows., 1)ventJ-flvf.settlersllving"in four miles away,1 on theother, !:side of i station provided to set future and best arms, they want nothing but
t ,kinds and aUea ofS small ''wooden shacks' threaded' the the b rtl and beyond this is the blue ,fire emergencies. t they; '

lonely! 'paths-from, houset,to', house, AtJantlcJ and_ the treacherous.Florida. Miami is supplied with* a complete I Miami is just finishing, her second ,.

Cypress :@ where- now'\ strelcjiia- busy mart I and'. avenues '= reefs.: ,- J* water and, \ays.temi\[ unlike . year of xistence and is now, laying
picturesque: :withcottages, The, I t During the Seminole war,Miami was ,any of .the other towns along,the plans t< become' the metropolis oiSoutbe

_ change ;waa'1 almost instantaneous. ,the seaof an important)military. post, east coast of Florida. Inl.addition'to Florida. Many Improve*
I : Tanks From, a ,wilderness of,'pine"liTe; oak, 'old Fort Dallas, now; owped;' by Mrs. its, standing! population,,which i isj atpresent merits in the city proper are scheduled

2L i iG. iI palmetto land{tropical Tines sprung_a. 'Juu.'ri..TutU' and'converted by herinto 3,000'hundredsof, of settlers have for ';'the''year 1898, principal anion '

I' modern Utopia; where: 1 there, is\no political a'luxurious, _dwelling., \\i The_ paradegrounds bought: tracts of'.land in,the 'outlying them being-electric street lighting E
I H.,DAVIS.H SON, \! rivalry< Where; there.ia,no sectarian , of the'old fort are.ocropiPd, by districts, and Sere again a" wilderness. regular fire-department- and aT tflunlc :**

: : Pilaus,Flit.frw emulation, where there are" no a palatial botel,in wbo!e gardens flourish ot ,overgrown forest land! has, 'b urst ipal hospital, On the 6th insLybar-*-*

for cat lojus,. !.344P6_ njalefactori, no. : saloons. ; and ,[where seven hundred OCO ': trees, sur- forth into an.Eden of fertility. Aside p11ed on and page 1, '
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: '. \ \ THE MIAMI METROPOLIS JAN. 28 1898-
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;- aOTELS \ i :' OFFICX STATIONERY: =Let 'your ''corv' 1-: " '
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. : \ 'j' i is not possible poor Stationery!, ,,
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.is O. K. and uptodate.Notice '
Shortest,Line Between
Florida,jnd all
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EAST COAST : Northern POl ts. :r
\ of Sheriff Sale.
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Everett, Savannah Augusta, Ga, Columbia -
FLORIDA Under and by Virtue of an execution issued, ,' Washington Baltimore.

i = s out of the County Court, Dads County. FlorIda Philadelphia, ,New 'York, (

4 \ in a certain cause therein' pending,, 4 Boston. and the e
" . r. wherein L.G.. LrmaD,'and MJ B. Lmanassoci- East _
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;- ; I ated under the Arm name and style of Lymau iCo. Everett, Macon, ,,Atlanta, Chattanooga.
r-' .\ I \ REACHED ONLY VIA \ : I ., were, plaintiffs,' and OrM Head was del Naihville. Louisville,Cincinnati and Chicago ,
Everett Birmingham. Holly Mem-, '
fendant, therein
on Judgment entered on that Spring

The,Florida East' Coast Bailway romJacksohHlk to Miami. The Miami and 'K>y West Steamship Line from Miamito 5th day of January,A. I). 1896, lit favor,: of the! go phis., Sioux Little City Rock,Kansas City, Chka.Junction .: r;'

to Key .West. Parlor car buffet ni. e now running.,, For rai road.schedule seepage 2. said pUIntlff_and against the said defendant!. Hirer "Pensacola.Mobile, New Or-:
;, : L-.J" I r I have levied upon and Shan proceed to*leO as leans,TewM,ealcoCa1lforaiaand, the PsclAc .
"" "" \ coast.EFFECTIVE *
{.1 I. I'-rrvHotel OPENr -\M l .' \ the property of the said defendant, at'public .MAY' ,la, 1897. '

. : t outcry,to the highest and beat bidder,for, cash New YOB EXPRESS! No.33,; Let 'Jackson)

KEY WEST1. 1/ \ ) Key'V\ 'st, f-iandup\\arltspet'lal-eeklyaDd rates. | LEON B. C1LLY M.ommercial nager.I ' before the door 'of the court house at 'Juno, \vUle S:15 avannab a. ID-Uh.Columbia.Through athington Pullman Sleepy;Bal ,
Dade County, Florida,on
r i Itfmore.Philadelphia, New York and all Eastern .
s r.. AUGUSlTNEMQotel AlegarST. ] ( .' f I JOSEPH F. dKEAVES, Manager.\ :. : Monday February 7th. A.'D.,1898 Connects lor Feroaodloa. Return Ai
t \ Train So.87 reaches Jacksonville 9:30 p. m.. -'
AUGUSTINEPonoe deCasino Teti JOSEPH GREAVES lUuager:'| the following described real estate, to-vt'if: Yaw YOKe JAW MAIL- No4 36,Leave.Jack-*'I
\ \ ',-; All the interest of the above named defend.. 00\'l11e7oo ,om., daily for tame point north., "

-. 1'I") \ :' ' I ant,O:M. Head In and to Lot \ of,Block 7$,according Parries Return Through No.Sleepers SSarives Jacksonville Jacksonville to New no., ,t.f.
; j \. to a plat of the town of Unton on file in :
:f" PALM BEACH- Rpyal 'Poinciana/, ; ,, , FRED STERRY, Manager. I \ \ the office of the Clerk.of the Circuit Court, Jacksonville' Vttxa t5AT AXD JACK80NTILL No. 30. LeSTft ,
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: PALM BEACH=- Palm Beach, Inn, _' i FRED. STEKKY, Manager : -I'I' ,.' I Dade County,Flortoa;'also all the def ndant'. Atlanta.Chattanooga p.; -DL.Connect via Everett/Maeon for Louisville,1
Interest in and to Lot 13,of ,
9ashvine.
I \ ctlon.8"containing St.Louis Chicago and all northern''nand !

it, MIAMI-: Royal Palml; J ., :. Ht; W. MERRILL, Manager. : I, 1"j twenty acres; Lot 13 of Section 9,containing Jacksonville western 8 point:to a. m.Returning. ; train arrlTes',,+
j.'I'I 2H of Township 40,south of. 45 east,
\ acres ange '
IASHXTIU.K' -
j \ RI.seal $3 and up ards; special eekly and commercial .tr Rom Through.PvUmiameep-:
t MIAMIHotel yn e" rates. j H. K Bt.MIS: MANAGER. according to a map entitled"A Map.Showing; Columbla.Aahevtlle Cincinnati via Savannah.-,
\ I Subdivisions Townships .45and 46, South of Hot Springs. Knoxville.c'
.r '. r OJUIOND'I'he, Ormond. \ i \ ." ::j' Y \! Range 43 East, Dade County, Florida," ia and tbroughthe North Carolina.celebrated Leaves Mountain Jacksonville Conntry.o14 7-00 pnv :

for said county,on file In the office of the Clerk Arrive Cincinnati 7:40 a. m.: Ketnrningr r srvesJaeksonville -, 7
'. of the Circuit Court. 4 ct 9:10a.m. \] "
Steamship Line be f Only line through the beautiful bin '
<: NASSAUfrFleirida-Bahamas !ln.ingJf.17" And have further levied and shall country l
: upon proceed or Middle Florida, Pensacola. and Eicambia l
1f .. ,| I I Miami; to Nassau, Steamship Miami. to sell,as tli.property of said defendant i Sly leave Jacksonville*:15 a.m.by No.daily; r
"t' for Lake city Lire Oak, Madison,
' at the time and plate and under the terms aforesaid -: MonticeUo., to

":;,t. ..:" Send, to the General' Offices,.St.... Augustine,. ( for 6ouv v I jnir Folders. ,of- the East Coast. ' [, the following described personal property, bile Tallahassee, Mew Orleans, River,and Junction the sonthwestl4ezicot, Pensacola, Mow t t
'" t-wtt: 1 combined \\lnchester'rifte. I trunk Valilornls and the Pacific Coast. Carries Sleep*; *
: ; i .. C.: .::B.. 7 JSrTT' % General Superintendent Florida East ';Coast Hotel Sjstem.24decU and contents, I box booju. oil stove: and spider; ers.a.W; \;Return* No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville 7.55; 't
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cot ebbs: 6 chairs. 1 rockln Leaves a ..' l "
Jacksonville :15 m. for Starke
.- 2 tables:Scans frait 2 JbhlIi'g rods(laud reels, Hawthorne Silver Spring Ocala,'Gl DeaTUle. *.!
Is 150 Rooms+ 800 feet of broad THE, CITY ;OF MIAMI. 8 hens, 1 cock.2 sacks fertilizer,1 cultivator and Cedar, Key, wood. Leesbnrg, Tavare. I '
!pl 7ZM. The most complete, I ., .
,Orlando.
Apopka Lacooehce. Dade ,Plant
Hotel office in feortb Florida 1 [Continued front page 2] fixtures.1 seed:drill and fixture,! hoes, S grub Cty J
Arrive
I I \ City Tampa. Jacksonville 4:15 p. nr.HashYffle ;
Large,light, airy oiniug..room ',sailed for Miami from this city a beau hoes,1 spade.I; shovel,I rake, 1 fork|t l scythe Route Pnllmo .
: H'.otef. 1- M'II'a"m' TABLE UNSURPASSED. t'' 1 powder blower,1 table,bed and mattress. -Through Sleepers.
i tiful steamer builttby tbe to
Vila
Cramps
Y 1 I .. B.J. CHILLING )RTB, Everett, Macon, AtJantaCh ttaoooC'.-
\ ate'2... pr day and bat be used, in connecting Miami with the Sheriff Dade County, Fla. Leave Jacksonville 7-OOp.' m.;. arrive jTaab.
: Ward. 4 Yllle 7:00 next pm. -.' :-_ -i
; ,. S.,GRtHAM, Prop'r,.- Bahama Islands. Then the steamer Bobbins&; Graham and H.B.Saunders; ., Leave Nashville 9-00 a.m.;'arrtTe.JacUeIl-l. .. f -' w
Attorneys for plaintiff. 7Jan-feb4 rllle 8:10 next a. m. c : -
: Miami Fla
wit i in of it
J course construction was .
8 Leaves ,
:; Hjun tr.1I' mn_ :15 a. in Jacksonville forBranswick
discovered tbe \ by the Cumberland.Route Steamer and
:- that old channel."as too '
Order tor Publication.. Cumberland Sound ,
f : small to accommodate it. Anew \ 4 orL
one :00p. m-Local for ETerett. Close eon etI.
: FOR tloniior! Brunswick shortest, and, quickest
accordingly laid CIRCUIT COCBT or FLORIDA DAPCOC
was
outs extendingfrom route. _
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e r 1 izr the centre_ .ofj'the: city.to Cause: >TT, SKVINTH: ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT \. 6:00 p. mi -Local' for Tallahassee rnd Interv --',
1 most -IS,CIUllaaY'11bert mediate points .Arrive Jacksonville 4 13 p. m.: ,r
Is the j important ;item a Florida lighthouse, a distance of eight P.' Sawyer Trustee tot 9:40 p. m.-for, Tampa and intermediate

grower buys; itshould be miles' across Biscay ne'Bay.'( The undertaking I the Lake Worth land Trait- I I I II villa point 7:35' Pullman a.m. deeper' Arrive' .Jackson,

i at first seemedjinsurmountable, Complainant.. } Through Sleepers for CinMnnatlrla-Asbe-

f ... Rliable l5tu ?e butj two enormous dredges were built William S.Union YI. and., Ida M. TDle Aebevtlle1:45 leave Jacksonville y.m.artlveiClncinnaa7:40&m.at 7.00p.m., :arrive: d, ,
Lintou, Defendants.
For Macon;Atlanta,two trains dally. Leave
:. Quic1i $Otlzlg especially for the proseaid'theyhale It appearing .from the affidavit 0"W... W. Jacksonville 8:I6a. m.and 7:00: p.m. . -

, been working night and day,with Dewhnrst,the agent and attorney of the' complainant Jane Summer 1st.Pullman. rates to excursion. "points In effect

{ double shifts of men, for six months, to filed herein,that William"s. Union Sleepers on all night trslns.: .
;', ...,' THE SEASON'S RESULT get\the channel cut oat in time for tbe and Ida M, Llnton the defendants' named ia CW Send for Best Indexed Township Map of
the Bill of Complaint in the above jentitlsd Florldato: A. O. MCDONNELL Y
; : DEPEND UPON rT. steamer's;arrival._ "I\|| J .*" *, snit pending In this Court, are residents of \ ; Passenger AcenVN.S.PENHINQTON. .

: There ia a, secret back of, Miami's, a State other than the.State or Florid, ; '
R.. Our,IDEAL-Jjrarids will quit; iou. phenomenal growth, H-for a' private- '' in and that in' the belief of(the sfflant in'said i Traffic :ManaffeJ 4 r

.,, : .' The'price;is right and so are the oods. dividual and'multi-millionaire' ml"dfen'r county affidavit of they Saginaw are.residents Stateof'111cblga of the: rity/and, and H,BAHRENBURG BRO.&CO.'
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Full'stock of' Potash, Kainit; Bone] Acid, Phosphate, ( ,1 !'. M. Flagler"t has Puthis. band iuhis that said defendants are over twenty-one yean' WHOLESALE: COMMISSION MERCHANTS.. bI

: pocket and abstracted a cool half of age,it is therefore ordered that th laid deifendants I lOSMnrray; Street' ,Bats YORK: Crrs1.c. :
Nitrate Soda S.Meal and jail rt
of
::' : r C. Agricultural million ,;dollars' therefrom toward the William S.Ltirton\ and Ida M..l.lnto.i.' Established 28 years. Special attention paid .

'f. ,: Chemicals and Materials at; Lc iwetPrices., urtherance of his 'Utopian'schemes. appear to the Bill of Complaint! filtd.hereinagalust i to and Southern cards on Fruits application and to Vegetables.' Stencils '

t"i t- Write for prices' rand 'ask .fqr 01 r book, It ia his ambition to make:of Miami a next;.being them the, upon, the Rule_ Darin 7Tth Febrnarir. : .:' 1j t : H.PRICE WILLIAMS.' *

f.. "Why We:'Make the IDEAL ? ." model metropolis, an'dl;'from the present Day,of_February; ,JL/D. 189a,' of-. Ujan-4mo-h-99-mo.' :t-- Miami Resident- Agent. -

\. appearance! and development of:the at the office of the Clerk of 'said above named > '

Wilson Toomer Fetlizer Co.eriilizers. city? his hobby:Is 'likely to be..realized court at Juno, DAde Count/, Sine of Florida !' WHOLESALE 1 ( BERRY COMMISSION&SPROSON.MERCHANTS, .+;
{ within few It II ordered further;thafthls order be published -'
a very nars.t'Mrs. 142 )Uock. Street, PBiiaT EU>HIA
week
for
once a fojarconieqntire weeks,
Tuttle, the owner of the Fort ' Southern\ Fruits and Vegetables a specialty.. '
t forthwith,in the MIAMI
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l'18-tf-if. TaeicsQzxTTiAAe, .fj.orao.a.Pigs' contributed References: : IBTITQ KATIOSAL BA>K. Phlladeiphiaj ,-,
Dallas property, d onehalfof per published at Miami,in Dade. County. .Florda. : DDK'S & BBADSTREETS. Agency.. -, ,
"- Foot Brand Blood and Bone,? $117 per Ton. the site of ,Miami ttoward: town'builditig .' / Cards and stencils on application to -

-lots,";and all original settlers Witness the Boa.' John D. Broome,Judge, t-:: H. PRICE WILLIAMS.
and the sea of said Circuit Court this,, Hjan-4m ah-sslna- Miami Resident Agent. u
: business'were"
who' started in donated "
[gut or9th day of December,
t : : .a free .lot., .Mr. Flagler i, surveyed, the CIRCUIT. COCKT" J. A.D. W97. TOCB."(r OYREBPOrD14CCE-Use well: -

city and'cut the streets through at his :' A.F.QUUIBY. i printed Stationery. Get it reasonable,,

own expense' ,,besides, 'aiding' liberally 0' Circuit Coon: Of Florida but get it good. Get' it at the MJCTBOPor.i9 -

f all projects, suggested by the municipality 7 aIfeb for Dade County. office.41' tf, ..

j It-is not every1city; that call: -
} R U Interested .' streets knd i ; .\
; have its paved' its water ::'i : "
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I system eecuredthrougb'' private'contribution IT! ".

J J ? : r .but ,apart ',frpni .what, it \

.. owes to Mr. Flagl r's' ,him, Miami > <

east Coast of Florida? bas resources of .its' 'own J'! in the-shapeof is y:. a kit +. 1. : y _,, -'.' 1 i2f'x' ,; j

wIde 'A' "
a -awake'community of : .
; enerv / 1

i -L. geticl men.. ; :'.. '1''. -: }f ; : : ,:" '
. a. I j" .
Do want to learn "
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you ; .. Free of Charge to Sufferers.:.,
r 1
More, about its f --1 '., Cut this out and'take it to yourdrug-

gist and get a sample bottje free of.Dr.
t I.o Climate,' Kiog'S'1New' DisCoverffor consump-

Resources tion, coughs"and colds. They'do not ", ,. .
ask before
you to buy trying. This
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Developments and. will show you the great mjritloC'thls ,. ,/' -'

Possibilities P truly,wonderful remedy and show'you } I -- .r i aF
what can be accomplished by the regular ? '

;.: Then vnte to'tbe;nnderaigned for a copy of be + and size would,bottle.'.be disastrous This is no w txperiment,:the proprIetors -, THIS SPACE I J ?' '' 3 ..

did they not know:It would invariably

: Florida East;: Coast Homeseeker, cure Many' of the best physicians ., it" '=Reserved for y'
are now using it in t ,practice
Mailed free'to any. address. \ vf with great results, and ,ire,.rely Ing on of
l it in most 'severe Its.. is '
cases. ;
guaranteed NEW TIM LE
J.E.-iNGBAHAM ; TA .
+ | .: Trial bottles free'at Townley w -
;
," ;Land Ckimmiaioner Florida East Coast Railway, Bros.' ,drug-store., ,Begnlar size 60 : 1 \

i ,Q6DOT tf' {ST., dNOTulTIltlt, FLi., cents. and. $1.. /'n:1 ,1Odedill-e06W.l'j: : 5 l OF -, .,
W'f' :
f'I I ,..1 TM -. ; t r a
'Hadn't Beached Teat:Potot. .
\ FLORIDA COASTt -
:Her'Father--Young manI;| 'hope you j'

are not.trifling[ with my daughter1 affections 1 l ) til= L MRAILWAY
.
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.., :YoungMam-T'oir: we have not got r

,' y 'along aa'far'as,that:yet.-N.:' .Jonrn4 .....: "I: ,,. ,
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Been ij .
THE NURSERIES Z.IlIsht -
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POMONA '
.fite"baa, broken my:heart,"Wailed. the
NEW CATA. IQQQ beautiful girl. |"| . .' 7 j F 'S
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LOOUC FOR.. IO IO / :"Ther'edon't'take;! ',on; ao,1 said:her 'S r ill
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WILL BE READY TO HAIL IN OQOBER. friend,.in tones of pity; "it might tare' I : = ; ; '.' swv

1 been your J>>cycie'Tit"Bita.||
Oaci pntyiridtet'u follow* of oar d97 nta .
} togas_*TPU!r* plf e d, bad copy'ol your .- .How,:He .....ed.\i; '\ r.Jrs E
vmloable ltd
Winery Catalosne. ,1 .1n'.q
t bare loaned it. Bind to many tatereaHog'g ,)( ".Twitters-Why,did yoar'aon select V fl .

U tt that X do aotwisk ito be without a that' particular' college? If, f';..' I ; nit

.''w; jt Oar sew tM CaUIorve'wilt' contain til,tie Mrs.' Ten'spot-Because,' it rhea: the i
good featam of Uie 1897 cmlalogtie betides maoyew most piercing: yelL-N- Y. :
ones. Fmlly Ula trated with of.lc'I. 'I +
Photographic Viewa. We;offer I a fall line ct : Polar Exp rt m | -
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:l'n :. ,,- to Fran Sovlhera.ad oratmeataiTreesandEhr.ba4aptedtr. planting;,CatatecveIFree/Addrcai' i "Do you '\,think yon :could! tad tit. fir' r m :' 41+r,' t y
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'P1 ,cold in. Alaska?" . |bYes ,- ; ,
THE GRIPPING BROS. CO. ;
ii eadl+taat the4lhl ; I once courted:a :Boston'girL"Chicago1Record.
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.. t r.r.T., . "" '> T"andjaftertheymrve -- --.1 _. _, '" 9 1 I ,
1-0 'ee
driven';, down 'How'abittaV-tlie) Hospital Dali. which

Miami Metro to the magnificent Jtoyal Palm, 'which occurs on \ Ahiugton'lI Birthday, February -

1 M e Q S. IA i a I blaze of light, 6r to the corner of 22nd.,',only three weeks frqm next Bank of

", I AvVnne.Dand lath Atreet;where the Tuesday? I Are you. doing all you canto Bay Biscayne

I Entered )'n the d-oiMl-ola Potbffice matter at :'tnltnl., 'Florida' Hotel Biscayne i and the principal storesof make tue: affair a grand success?

r .,( .:as .... .. city If not--r' '
located
r ;lt ne are they get an otf "
U' THE Moss BOTTTHEBS: NEWSPAPER Pc>.rU' idea that Miami ,is n7ort than simply a -- . .
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LISPED ON THE MAIN LAND.op \ MIAMI FLORIDA.' It
city. But it is thrwquarter of I ,
THE UNITED STATES. paper '
..,. ...... ITEMS FROM COCOANUT GROVE.Mr. ; }:
y- a mile from thenew.depot the Hotel INCORPORATED USDEB, THE LAws or Fu HIDA. "
PnblUhed, by the East Coan PubllbhlnirCompauy *. .
a Corporation.,., 1, i JIlt', and all the strangers, roll Obenchain has. returned from the'
along the boulevard ,in darkness, their chilly Xor'tn. Conducts & General Banking
/WALTER S, GRAHAM, = Editor, Wai. M. BR
/ WOn surripse, at not seeing any street lights Adam Richards I is still shipping ; 'PNMsocr.T.: Business. Issues Drafts on All
Subscription Rates j finds free! exprpgsion! and by. the time beans to Northern markets. I .'

: year........ ..+,......... ....-.S3 flfl\ I the blisineas' thv city i i.* reached, Mr. and Mrs. Evans of Chicago are R. R. MoOORMICK, , [* Parts of the World* Accounts;
. ......... partot
8Ix'mo"thll'1 4. 100 I pleasantly domiciled at the Inn. Vioe-PniwoeMT, , Solicited and Flavor Consistent
Single coolea..r.:.....;.. Ofv Homelof\ them have almost; made up Every
ti Foreign subMcriptlont Mt cent extra to cover,I exists. Commodore; Thomas J. Falls arrived CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE} With Conservative Bank2
their minds that no city ,
poataRe.-
I I Monday night in his beautiful yacht CASHIER _
1 i Miami, j" a city, but. it i is very difficult Gypsy* to 3t jd'| _the season. ing Extended :
Tie Metropolis la for Sale at the "ou. wIn( I .
r Agenclea: I\ I to inakea stranger believe' the fact, 9 Alfred cock-baaUrimaied up his
"' AT.CarterCoenanntOroveFla. \ I,I loh a dark night., \ fast boat, The Widowand it is now ,' CORR SP02 TaENT9: '
Anthony Bro .,AVert Palm Bea b. KU. electric ready for fishing and cruisingexcur-
Alfred' K< Kera, at Wolle's (j ms' Kamifching. '' |We ntust-have street lights, sions. Seaboard National Bank New York. '
: *
Store MIamLSamuel i I lights if possibly, but lights of ..somekind
Belcher, :Miami, P1 14. "., ; Jesse/Mioe' i I"-6xing up 8n engine Nat'l! Bank of Jacksonville -, Jacksonville.' y'
C. M. Greer.;:011.mi.FI., should be provided at onceshouldh and his : farm ,
Key West News Co., Key West, Fla.All ...' ..........4- ; '\been provided before the tourist pump on 2-aCre tomato' 'r : **
I > ve and will soon have plenty of water.,for ;; lj OREIGN CORRESPONDENT,: : ._

.all check.eommanfcatlOD,draft, money should nrdere addrensed,, and other and re- season\ I began.' irrigating :puposes.' "- ", Knautht Nachod and Kuline, New York.- .
\ nlttaucea made parable to \ Mr. Fisht-r' ,has inpleted the plant- ,M
EAST COAST PUBLISHING CO.Miami \ \ ing of live .Acres of citrus trees for '
ria.l,, THE PROHIBITION QUESTIONI Iron YanU-and Bnrg&r-Proof Time
; Franklin Q. Bush.They are all looking Elegant Safe With Triple Concession Locks
itl'THE I flic Digest gives the follow- in\,good condition; s '
,4' MIAMI FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JAN. 28, 189$.1 j ,extremely literary condensed debate on the Our estimable citizen and merchant, 1-iy.0.. ; of (heMost) linproied Make. \ '

prohibition1 question. It is a translation W. J. Shone Bounty commissioner of
J Os Nassau: Is the order now...- T 1fJft. 'I Dade County, lias _been quite ill. We .
to
: 1\ from theEcho, ,German newsp'a-;
\ 1 are glad; to note that beds improvingsome. CHASE & HARNEY.
.,, .'--r- ----- J per; published at Berlin: : -, \i' l' ,

THE annual meetiiiD the-Xnl"sA FOB PROHIBITION : Prohibition Harry 'f Thatcher; A. ;rundgeest and. L FTr1 .
M" TOBAGO< -GBOWEBS Association.'will l lJ synonymous with the personal welfareof Uarlan Trapp; enjoyed fine sport *
't. the people. among the kit gftl f t uu Honday. As FERTILIZERS
i' 'occur In Miami on March 8th,9tIi and AOAISST' : It is not'; but on the contrary usual, they were very successful,.! bring .' ,.
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10th next. This will be anotheY big tends! to undermine personal, 1 ing in a boatload. We TLirty..b.billion % -4 41" t ..,
represent ;ls L Wears "
advertisement for the city/ Everything freedom. Schodeld Resldent'Agent8 for Swifti -
magic Geo. X. Jnves Philadelphiafor '
iyS : Fr: ,It increases the blessings of dollara of Fir lu8iirjuic ,Capital, and i anre'"snd"Ideal"branch of Fertilizer
Accept'Jack Florida today the steamer Comanche *
is on
'J, coming. our way home. have paid over $5.000 fire ) in "t
Re
; Frost. / of the! Clyde line. He will i Our Prices salt your;,Pockit and our
Against: One of the blessings is a Miami in 1897. Will writ in Luie '
spend a month it Eifgleston Heights Goods suiit'yonr.soil. ,,
home which stimulates
-.a. 7 / private jug at and then carnet the Grove for the re- or Brevard County '
s.! THE Bahama government has passeda drinking in secret. juainder of the season. "
For It for the bat-
: strengthens
_a bill abolishing ,the, duty on fresh I tie of life. G. J. ilardeejlis setting out a fine'

t s meat;'dead poultry and /game. Armour's r Against : Good liquor is conduciveto grove for himself.. The trees are the. Don't' come to us unless yon want jonr monej'slwortli/
best varieties or'rangeand grapefruit.He "
and health is and
rrt'sbLno. health strength
It' canned' meat is we1did is very successful in planting i-ir-ir: 1 ,
wealth. .
: not mean that; but it is notsalt., j ; ; Virtue and'piety are fostered" groves, haying set out' a' number'for

\, This is a nut for the Bahama lawyers J 1 by Fork it- other parties and never loses! a tree.

: crack, : Will canned meat.be admitted : Against I :-It tends to make-men liar Vegetable shipping, has commencedin
;;. free of duty. They use lots ot''it 'and-hypocrites; nine out of ten drink earnest from tbilJ.-section. E. S.
J. there" "'Will Armour's w meatoeresfby on. the :Ilt; Montgomery,,J 6.H; ,1.: Hardea,_T., Peacock H
over Fork; 3o drunkards on the streets. and F/Albury.have each forwarded. J.Egr&
a the time it travels from the .' p'. 9ISacceaaorY
:Against : }(drunkenness at home numerous xrates of tomatoes and
.i. slaughter house in Chicage to Nassau? For\The' saloon is closed, egg plants to the markets of the North. L. 9itADY .
;{\ '.. . I Against:, The speak-easy flourishes. J! All that is tieedednow is a'good rain, + tdE. CO. t) -
I J, For } Total abstinence will, make anation'.gret. and"n then big shipments will 'be made Grain 'lla Seed '
jia11d
,A: SCIENTIST'.has: discovered that'thek '\ .'* i by'our truckers. '',ben the money will Groceries Garden

: poison of 'the hornet, and probably of :Against How about Turkeys wbeje.totil roll in. BTtlie way,.why d i1't some ,' ,: f -.. .* *.*, '
\ abstinence. is a part of "the'Ma'hommedan'religion. enterprising man put in agood: engine rFERTLFZERS. v. -
beef.H'm
stiogfng 'K antidotefor
"t't. < "' 'and pumpv-oYer in.tne'&Glade,. 'The MIAMI AGENT FOR CAPES' > ,, ,,
)
snftke bitea. Catch a bottle .full of Tbe'autbor ,of the! above article concludes planters will gladly pay a good sum for *' 8lapte' '
it full of alcohol and : -We call the attention of the'peoolft'ot' Bay Bficnitoonrtick of '
fill : you
k' beeitthen hat there ia too much diversityof lr.rlgatinFth'ir.; crops during-' dry and Fancy Groceries, Trait aadj'ood Product'of all kinds: also.our stock 'x d
; _have t ncure..o! bees which is a perfect opinion' :On.t. e subject' to warrant season <| ;??/.;. ,: ot Grain, .flay Braun Cotton 8eed Meal;Ground Food and Wheat. i
: antidote for snake bites. Carry' "Mr. Dregory haspibput threequarrels , We' rrf the only rhoaa on BaitfllaeapnedealtnaexcluilvelyIntheabovet
jj ,- any Stalker, n enacting any radical line of goods. We bay close aud-will Mil clo'.; WetnVlteToo correa od-
ll !\ half.ounce vial of the 'liquid and.!\a lavjXtn the of.an..acre.ot'egg'piaota-tbat: arelooking'8aeiyHe.is'.sbipping taceandtoUettyourpatronage. t Venr tiolrp.' fi. J..EGQEFf. & CO.
subject. now - -- .- ?
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n hypodermic syringe in ;your; pocket, > X1 __ -
\ He..estimates tl tlii'wU1: get:160 bar;,

\y1.\ and in case,ydu are bitten' by a poisonous _:SHALL INDEED: MISS ,HIM.. rels from the patcaTJ&s.laat\ returns
enake,,-'} ect-about twenty-- drops .. were 120 a 'baffel:( 'T:alJt'about l .Klon-
;;' into the wound;and'you can go abyour We>r1e'glad to know that our English I dike' 'ft is'nqt-in it:with a.good veger

? ins ,-at.. Nassau are, to-have a i ta.ore.'fa'rm. ."this;*lertile8ecti6uvso : :: :
business.Thisis: :far.less.:expen-:I ''ftrSi clan hotel-all 'ready'for'next sea- : athply protected sbyT ore glpriou t chi., !
w&chhaa.so '
:sive'than the snake bite i remedy mate. / $ iVArthur : I
v ? -
1 .. longb en popular: in Florida\ ,,,1 J son.W congratulate them on their f', F.rLanK' i.arra11'gJng for'"nursery l a ; : i: : : -,

.and'beside.8 it is far less bulky : good luck;; but. when, -we.titinkof" tbe'man'ivhoi'la of troplcaitrees &bd'plaOtl on' :

*. '.' j!::1 ]1 booked to superintend its bit! fer.tHe tract..Ot labd-.near..his;-home
. .
\ :' .- I ; I ; 1 construction, ere. wonder how Miami. ,place." Hegfheret! Conservatory f:

4 THZ to wreck the pey-train, I, andgcrenhouaeefortloiersalao. ,Seeds
Attempt will get along without him, ev n,for a
\ ,and the t accident:to the regular'FaseD : such '. .have been ordered an.rtn tile near future [
!
or a matter.iirie n
'' year / : 11,. Lang-will. >b e':able to supply'
1 'ger' which j resulted, 5,* something, "new;,-; Of, :.we, are:not' going -'to lose: ,r1lody"tt4,1o yountrees: and flow

i ,in Florida, and the'miscreants should' him, permanently; and we nave.'no, erVtnat are suitable fo -tlU climate.- ,

''I1}. ,be .deaitlwi h asharshtyasthe'lawwill: doubt he will find, time to run" 'overdo: ". Cbas.'Peacock, "d.\on| : Alfred,:are

.t permit. Traversing g, ,:as; it :does, .a Miami'on Measure.well,'as,busimess very' busy picking egg giants from their(
9 : 'tfa'e : splendid patch back'of.tb ;'Inl; ,..-They : I :
/
sparsely settlejijsectjonof country, pieatfnrewill .
t\ occasionally; when he does, the havf'bad tbe-!>fIt lute.-9ny' planters : ;
l> ,Florida East CoastJRailway; may be selectfed -' be mutual and host of ;
; a, ,w rm 'on thebay. Theeggipjsnts,areplenti- "
:
,| :for$other Vttempts'! .a similar, friends will be glad"to always. welcome ful, large and fine and,prkea are good.We' General Agent Orq'4r9J Julia. D.Tuttle.. ;. .

character; unless a\evere, example ist h m.. ,1"J\ > . ,,pnderstand'-theytare bringing fif- T /
: | ;
M|
: ;
teed dollar.a barrel.;
; twenty_ They
made of'the-marderoiu perpetrators in >
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all'ththis'tended''to.'promote
For.'effegtive: > leadership have, several ,acres in ao atoe8.- The .
4! 1t'-, the Jp feseoit case.' Escape fr6m' 'the ( : thewelfareof. plants are fine and"willlyed( | ) hundredsof Prices From $50 to'$1,0.00Per! Lot,. ,According 'to Location.RA :
; coast via schooner :in the hands' of ac- crates. We to eethe '
: our own magic\ city he has no peer are glaq; sue-
,, ; ..ebmpHces I ,would.not be"such a difficult i" / Jes3 of their energetic ffortsv! I LRO\D FARE to Miami over'Lh' Florida East Coast Railway will be r*..
Unless among no. . 'Every dAY huinefoiUlvi3ftors' ,from fnnilvd to each purch Ber o_ (| a log provided purchaser will produce receipt for snebj .
j ;matter: the.extreme"penalty He", wasttie'Rrtt: to build a substan- ,
fare, which receipt will lee r( cash in part payment forlot., ,
S Miami are seen at the GfOve. :The fine I'1"
'of the;;law Is meted'out'in the p'resent .
.
anal, solid brick business block. ,
'"
bard road makes a :carnage ride downto .. '
1
}' 'coSe. who knows 'what- will-happen, I Whenever)', necessary to reach this gardensuburb; o3fiami, an'enjoyable S 2ain' Office / . ,
Henry
\ next'. ? \ ., ,.!;' the' ear:;of .M.- Flagler with, trip. TheMiifttie point in the
\ I. a Bt.ror ,Whit Miami was in need of, road,''though. that ougbti.to be attended -fEi.M1AMr
\: : to-between, the. 'Bowl and
I LAW;] NOTES,"a 'journal:: widely 'readbylawyera.aye"Perjury there }flea one voice( that always plead the Groom place is is rater rough} It t

c \ .s" a" crime earpestly.andwith success. ought/to be pounded dow;and there is I ""if". ' 1e i / Fla. :

that is. .looped .on, with entirely .too Look at;: the, Biscayne,, Hotel as. a no one to do It; unless,our men folks I
t'much 'indulgence. Criminal prpseca- 'monument Of!'the]private enterprise, get out and do it;or hire It' done. *!.lt It

tioni are rarely instituted except when our friend,-. is destined. ..for a sojourn, would was made feel smooth in a betterhamorafter,visitors, to'the Grove their i I NEW YORK BAERY.. ; ]

some one is.injured in' his-;person or at Nassau." ) i\\ Arrival here' *;4':>" 'r.. I ;

-. lrpbcke.tf_ : ..If'a' witness'goes ,on'the Look at ,'the city' jail, the! -pubitc, Major and. MrsiCorgonj" J'o1 'the :S. J 12tb Street, west'of', Paseenger V 'r-' .. .(- ...

'stand-: 'and",perjures' himself .and the school, ',the new ptrtofceblock"tbeRoman ; Army;:and their son", Ett ward,.left for Depot ,

r; party'against'wboni'be. .la'.teatifyingpredailethe Catholic. J Church''edjftce;';Abe '' ; Pa., lastSundaymornlug..TbepbAve I :' Vienna "'

chances:are.'very' greatghat score of" neat]'cottages: and the paved been vie ,I Fre i li; rea '. .
icing their-'.frteuds; Captain and, Mrs 1 ; I ,. ;
no indictment i for perury{ will .streets-all"ofj\which: 'Itan.d,'to-par as Hailen;. ,gf tbs.;.place'iorthe: past : , ': II 1 Home'Made, "t'B iI .

..follow.-perjury; is ,an' enormous,.of- instances ,of wba< be has Worked snceessf .month.\ and were"very much pleased -. .' rr.- '
Graham
,3 ffense/; :It is an.offenseagsinst tide adciinistfatlon plly to secure'f rI&mi1 with the Biscayne 'Bajrxoantry.' Mrs, ._ _,__J \ ; ,., .. :.. '
por#on felt a peculiar' inter in this Baked and Delivered Free '
k esy daily, to town.Rolla '!' _
= 'of ; "
and should will and is =
it
; : Justice;_ ? be Space not ermiti unnecessary country,'beeauseherfatbernJudge Carter "r .,
\ BnnCab....'Fies. EverytLicg flref-claas. Specialty of fresh eonfeotibo .
?f in ,the same treason to all
placed .category as attempt to point out Wyoming, : wu-htre'darfngtbe .._
and nuts I have one of the most modem and firat-clasa ovens .Picnic and eacnraion'parties '
: It is,not 'reasonable, or just that ,the many' impnWenjeritsJndirectly: resulting Seminole' warHe; was ,I ia. persona furnished on shun notice. '\::, A' ,. ';
4 chicken-tbaef: should be prosecuted from the,earnest efforts of this. friend of General-Harnet. and bad .
sutler stores at Forts.Dallas, Pierce; ABA ,
} .and_ that-a, perjurer,should be, allowed faithful friend and untiring citizen., 'New .River Pensacola "' :
k ; :'StAngustine ETaemember I deliver ever'thiuR free of charge.: 'Keraember the place.12th Street, Jail weat :
t to go hence without even the formalityof Those who.know him beat'wlll miss" and other places. "Mrs. Corson called .of JtUAe1urer lieor-t. - / ? _:" ". "- l-V .f,-moS. -:* 'f1

a preliminary: ,examination or indict him i _,,most., ,lust colleagues! i in the city on Mrs.',Tuttle at 'her :beautitul home .

? ment. And yet ,with a nonchalancealmost :. council, who ', acknowledged '. at Fort,Dallas and showed her a num, \ : ,
; ; her of letters written- to her, father :1'redk. : 1
:amounting .to complacency: : we bis-abllitj and earnestness, will while he was at Fort Dtli'ln-.lS41 : IMorseV '

,hear' witnesses; commit pe'rjnry and realize more than'ever nowtbat they and 1842.: Mt e.' Corson believes that 1 **, *-1

x "'eren; ,,read.,of it, in: the;opinious of the must lose him"'Wen; for ,a time,'tbegrtlt'"l her father'plant d..the:cbcoanut trees *i.Miami .

courts.' y-;, '; e- and worth of, his" counselandcooperation that were, first planted Fort Dallas REALESFATE ;'

i '. .' -, In their deliberations. 'N. - l'J I. 1 :
. Business :' :\: : ;
It is settled that Nassau have ? Change.J. lFl
WT NOT HAVE 'STREET.LIGHTS? must ,
f i .: : j
him for a'time, bit we guy.to oar Englab'cousins \Kobarts.V' formerly i'tVhite-. Dade Cp. or ld a. "
if there, "is'anything that Miami Springs baa!!! p rcha!ed the entire interest ,
bave'taken '
"You '
'lick*' more, than another, it is 'street : ourbest : of ;;JW; ,T. nard e..;fn !ithf drug / L .....,
; eve commend him to you; but his firm :of, Boney:& 'Co.ln'. (he" Hotel *
lights ,The citizens voted authority' to going1 creates such.'a feeling among as Miami,block.V: 'Mr. Robarts isi! a young; 'AGENT FOR/LAN ;OF-/; : r .
borrow'money on October 25th last to as 'the.departure of no other one cut man_with an excellent-repiitation and : ,

proyide: this.necessary:'improvjpmentrTbel zen could provoke May,his health be'pared.1 fine :ability, and{,in 'associating ,with Florida! East Coast [':'Railway 'Co.' i\ : '
new' depots grounds make' a fine and when his 1 task among you Pri"Boney wlllf nbdoubt:be quite, pop-: \
t fi" t. ;", all new-comers is complete.may he return to us unimpaired alar with thecitiiens. of :"Miami. :TIn# 4 Florida Coast line Canal :and Trans Co.:, \1 r L.1 L.
impression
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rin-vigor and in all those .4. :
qualities firm Js Doty:enjoying, a splendid patronage 1. "
!, Jbey,alt jhtironi the incoming trains} which hat endeared him_ ,to us. ;, y ."' Boston: and? ,,Florida Atlantic Coast Land ,Co., , I'
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NASSAU '
and Clark
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'FLAGLER . .year.-round-serV'ice., The modi- i- FertilIzer \ J"r

". .... fled J proposition which was accepted Major. J. P.I .Lovett was in town ,
-- .. provides' for 'a ) of x17,600, and Monday interviewing our merchants. ,
/ subsidy '' YORK. r ;
/ 160 NEW -, .
More than crates of tomatoes! r
'winter But it is .' ..' '.
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Bahama Legislature Passes .the only\a service. quite : wy
i were shipped from Chi! place last Mon 1-.
probable that all-the-year-round Grade Bone 1 '. !
and High .
Bill' Granting* Concession day Mrs.i.1 > "f
service will be maintained., We believe .
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:'. t.' ) !I f' \:business, 'will' warran't'. it aside pleasantly domiciled in. their new cottage : '

.. PttBCHASX: Or THE K07AJ. VICTORIA from any subsidy.G. at Little River. ': : :

r !I I HOTEL,XTO.,'BTaI I'I'I f. Annbrister, ,Esq.,of Nassau,has Mr. C. M..Mllburn.Lemon of 'Miami.Is enthu-the FertilizersOranges \ rI
latest to City's
accession
r sold his beautiful
i it property adjoiningthe I ) '
siastic truck farmers.
.I'I 'tipMessrs
I Boyaf Victoria! Hotel grounds on .'.T. N. dautfer and Will Staring !I r '
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t.' The I;Import .Duty oa Ponitrr.Xte. the north, ,to Mr..Fligler for $12lJOO.I of Miami spent last Sunday with ) -FOIl /i i'f';
: a ., temoft4-Kr.l1aCler and LI'uj' Beal estate at Nassau will probably their Lemon Citjt friends. E 1 : ,. i 3 R

j' I tenants Banqueted.. .. begin \to move. as'it' has not done since Rev. \W..E. sra&too has been confined ' I. 4'\i\\ .Grapefruit/ .1 I'' Strawberries' :\,.'\:' -r': ; ,

.t .i 0 -' the sixties, when blockade-running, 'to his bed for several days by an attackof I I : t I / '. .- l Y,"\ *
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with Nassau as a rendezvous made inftammatorll'heumatism.I :Lemons Pineapples i Vegetables' :.'\
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X Wednesday evening Mrs. ,: of Springs who .
\ ? I Sherman High / .
dt1' that city "
;.; ,the 19th Inst., boom. has been king-\'An.xtended\) visit to : I ;.:. ":: -
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,I '' the members of 'HonT.'J'\ ,McLain, ,U. s. Consul at her parents;Mr. and .Mrs. E. S. Scott, 'I : -Tooacco. ", i ii . "I' A- -', 'f,";
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'I I : al Nassau, is a notable example! of patlenceand :returned home,last Monday. 'i j \ i i '. .: =r
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., I 'I j :ernmedt-e n t e r \'' of one who believes thoronghlys There :will be-service1?'at the' schoolhonae - Have been tried and .proven I by the " : .
in the maxim that all things Sunday, January, at 7 o'clock +:
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Florida Growers for 15 consecutive : ,4
andBJstJ.op :
tained 'Mr. Flag conducted by Father Huntington ,
come to those who wait. In his \. q. I I .'
ler,and partYata Gray This la Father Hunting- '., '
i ,notable- banquet speech i;i at the,_'banquet last Wednesday ton's last appointment at this place;: years. ( I'j j i .. I
'\night e'said' ,he had been Blahchardformerly ,
of New
l ;-_ at Flagler's,IN;alia partyconsisted u..1Ir.. waiting] twenty, years to .se reg- York Mr.Fred, :was here, last; week, visiting W. J. SHONE; Agt.., Cocoanut''Grooe; Fla.;' ...
? ular steam service established between ]fir.' Q.; Gu ti1- .)tr. Blancbard has
of B..W. ' . ,
purchased land here and intends to begin "

';Parsonsj-- r.:':MJrAsblejr::' ,J. B.. 'arrott, Florida'Jos.' A.and McDonald Nassau It returned has come.from' making .improvements. on same T. N. I GUTIER.Agt., Miami; ,. Fla. '
three months. ,
within or
two .
y Jos. 'A. McDonald, C. B. Knott,J. P. ; m
Nassau 1 last Monday nigbt. He; leavesfor I I"V f .

Plat Beckwith Stratton, R. T and\GoffC.F..W.Kettle.D/Boise: E.. the Bahamaa'again;, to-.morrow ford i I LmTOtLOGIO.' '. o'l Florida Warehouse, :Palatka./ 1 r".w
short visit and to give orders for some 1 '
.The Governor and a large number oftbemembers'of'the which Mr. ''W. H. Hobbs spent Sunday : rjOLLARD,4lgr\ "
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work must precede the beginning l | J. Department,, .
Legislature were Lwith h'h faintly, at Jdpiter. .
of htel.construetion.. '
I. rent.i Thuntiwas'excfl !n't and .i i J i t. ; iXrs,1V.. X31ack'mer has been .on 24dec-3moabL*, ... a. : 'AUGUSTCGAO . '., :... ....

.,many toasts>.were proposed,which were ', Married } ,the sick f list for,several days; ,, . .. . ", , .
,...;-\.\responded toby Governor and leading : 'AIvJnBtorgiso of )l1.amll. spending a '...."... '" <'< < .J': ," ..," "". .,. f 'T1' ,:

: +' *members>"of .tbe ,.. and tbe bride'4 grandparents/Mr and Mrs. : .. .I t -; "t.\ *, ., rl t .1' '. .,''; t- -, '
: ,by-Mr; Flagler. ; ;Messrs.,t'ariOn5Par'ott CaebTra p, CocoantK Grove.Fla., by: Mr.. .ManbaJI :came l invfrom the : -' '

.Aihley/and' Hong ,.T.SJ.Mc- .the Bev. \Y. W. Faris,-D.})? Mr. Geo. II"Everglades, recently, with a large; .' Tropical : LandlAgen'cy' : '
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:Lain,.U. 8.: Consul at Naesiu.j'!r'In"ireferringtotbe..peec L.'Macdonarld, and Mist. .Jessie'lBelietSwanson. ( 'nnmber-of[ ( otter skins? I, , : "
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The mirriageeeremony in
Flagler the Nassau' Guardian t'l last ; ; i come to the t'ront.-ln, spit of the frost COCOANUT.GROVE FLA. '" c
r eluded the presentation and acceptanceof }I, : t . ..
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Saturday says}r :f j"MrT j-t": the wedding; ring, was:solemnized : could'are have fruiting bean expected.: .. ':fMrs. t 'k" .. ;' r '1'- -. ** .- .,'Fotin1U/onth: of Miiml" ,'on'Biecayni; > Bay.My .- :':.-- .,
Flagler in rising to 'stai'nt at high noop,In the gracefully: decorated ..
thanka-foi- the manner In which tbe parlorrpf. the*family residence; in : "Fred'3Dfciersonnd son T'raakpacked list'embraces'some of the flnWt'oiaotteypiaeapplsaadvegetable : ..,

toast embracing his name was received, presence of': number of the i relatives, up their 1i' U 'bold.good.'and. lands., tropical i'J rida..; i. Bnilduig, .Iota and elegant. bay,front... ; *d
/expressed high appreciation]] for 'the Mr.'BO Sw nson serving as groomsman put.Ibemaboard- of. "a sailboat, 'and . 'I M I '
have the all the earth;to [' '. Notary! Public. :
H Idn\1neaa1hat he had:experienced that ,,and Miss Delia Pierce. of Lemon gone waf'l ''1 f I t
second City, as bridesmaid. The bride arrayed Miami leaving ,thrirV house in case loan \good at per cent, '
.,,, evening'_This was only the WANTED$$,OOU< to on; security, seven ,
In'wblte satin duchesse made they might want ta return. .. .' .. t 1 'ljal1-t.s.t. l
speech, he said, he had ever attemptedin a ; .kz . :I mo ,j .
his life;,but, notwithstanding, bespoke charming picture as she stood composedly :While in town last vreek;Mr.'Dewey t 1.' l' ; '
to,the point with a conciseness* beideher': tall husband to're*. completed: sale of\several acres I of -----r-r->=' -=:'. < I ,.
which is 'a very''noticeable .feature in ceive tha congratulations: warm pine land, the'settler* are'watf K' ,up he goes he always has a good'tword, R.,B. Ticket to St. for L
his styles He referred to his able lieutenants wishes of tb4 company Although only; to the necessity of sectitfag> their'laDd to eay for Miami, and many 'a newcomer ale, good until May 31,,f Enquire this r:
who were with him. ,'and suggested relatives had been informed; of the at t presentj\ low prices.'He will, behere has beeu.i duced to'come to our office.: r f* ,' .

: that/tbe1 V would "Jje beard, '! coming event, and they only'qnite .again this week to make,contracts city becoming ire contact. with Major! Four room hose for sale., .'Addres ;. v
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-from.."i,, : *: ,i cently, therewas:? a very considerable for several ermor 'I\ i : \ Lovett.; We wish' him every success i in ,A tbis office, I :
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On Tidrsday night the Legislaturegot arry of choice wedding gifts. An elegant Mr..D. W. Shetzlinf of Philadelphia; any:new undertaking In.wbicb'be'-ma'y' i r .v I i

... serious business,+and the wedding breakfast was served ',in' was in.town. .Saturday en route for his decide to engage and hope to be able to Governc Haynes-Smitll y yof
down/to ; r
the dlnlng-l'fOmrwbere; an hour was home, He bas been making *a tour-of always count him as. a' citizen of ,
'bill in'regard a hotel and steam ser-i:i given to viands and wit in which Un the,State, combining- business with Miami.... ., r ,\. . Nassau,., XJ- P.*, arrived one> the
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vice wasintroduced. 'The substance of, cle Samuel Rhodes distinguished himself pleasure.as representative two "j .. . .I.. steamship Miami this morning. The
the propoialmide( ,by 1 Mr. Flagler and by eclipsing,, the two clergymen commission.house,-one In New--'York Some Huge tender Santa Lucia ,with the passen-
...I i present In the role"of religious adviser. and the other J.in Philadelphia:-" He crocodile gers on'board stopped in front of the
the concessions granted, .were,,as follQWP Alligator Joe,::'the famous .'
and Hotel
promoted,hilarity so successfully) spent several hours on the beach, had a Royal Palm on the way'in. ,The
:' that everybody, felt like having his dip in 'old 'oc.ean and went ,home ;la- hunter of whom"mention has been british colors which were .'displayed '
To purchase/the;land and/premises own picture taken. Mr. Brondgeest is dened with curios,among other things'he made in this paper, returned last Sun}from..the flagstaff of: the hotel were -f
known tithe Royal Victoria Hotel, for a practised amateur,with the camera, captured two small, alligators and /light-fromj a. two weeks :trip to dipped in honor of the '('governor'and' :
I and duly put the occasion on-paper:by two chameliona which he Madeira, Hammock and Hells Creek, the, orchestra played "God SaTe tbe '
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will place ."
(i550,000; to .erect and complete on said ; Inlet, about 60 ',miles '
a snap shot\ot, the .company they, exhibition of ;Florida near/Mosquito Queen; Mr.Flagler and Dr. Anderson ;
iand| 'wlth'ali: 7 and proper, 'It products\p south of here, bringing with him three : C ,
necessary stood drawn np on the veranda -;Among He saw for tbo first time a plneappl4 t tof St.) Augustine, met Jthe< distinguished -
imtbuildinga-and: appliances'',,an:hotel those present : Col.John A* Mac growing and sampled: and thinks large crocodiles,!meuurin_ fe 12, 10 and guest at the steamer wbarf

containing not Jess than 840 bedrooms, donald,. are:; the'lO"oomr Mrs northern folks lose the ,delicious flavor ; 9 feet long respectively. bad'themon \,and escorted him-to the hotel. .. _'
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Emma J, the bride's mother; 'free exhibition at the Royal After, lunch the party"left on Mr. 1
of the fruit it Is left to
as never
and ebrry': on, such. hotel during theContinuance :; dock and they looked upon with'
Swanson were
Mr. Roy ; Mr.and.Mrs. Caleb ripen before shipment. .Be expressed ; Flagler's .priv te car for Palm Beach. I .
of:any contract lfor: teain | Trapp Mr.and.Mre. Harlan A.Trapp;' wish to spend longer :time'ovm his interest by "targe, crowds of p ople. Governor Haynes-Smitb la do his way '"

'service. entered.into.witb ttieBaharoas { Mr.,and Mrs.A Brondgeest; Mr. Samuel next, visit. While beret'he'was begues' They"'were shipped to Jacksonville, to New York,_ from which point ha -.
In the same manner> as first Rhodes; Miss Delia, Pierce; tha of Mr. and Mrs. Linton. > having been ordered by, parties in that""" ails for the Island of. Cyprus to assume ,-
.government R_eTC.; Fred B ackbui'n.'f: city.'" his duties as ,high commissioner. :
class hotels' ,may,from time to time' be Mr. 'McDonald,ta one of the most * 'u! .. ,Alligator .Joe 1. r these were of. that'island._ '
carried on in Florida;'to maintain a'rut widely known and' influential of the Major Lovett Sells to".Williams! ';,. caught in three that .he could i, {' r T. Y

,and ;frequent'' mail, .passenger" and younger men _1.In\ Soutbern Dade 'An important::business change-took have' secured. many morerbut his boat him Morrison-Spencer: "'
small and
:freight service,''between' the',port> of County;and this announcement, his place Jut Tuesday.. Major John P.' was :itoo they too pulled fast. He We have.received an announcementof
marriage,!whichlwill come to of sold the entire" stock'of'nierebandise through the .waterv the marriage of Mr. L:S.Morrisonto
'Nassau! and the port of Miami,or such many Lovett ; terrible tussle![ with, one big : "J -
had
: his hosts of friends as a surprise will In'his Jarge establishment'at a 14l Miss.Helen',L. Spencer; :the bappj o
'other' po'ri- the States of:Florida as: be,;also an occasion for their warmly the northeast corner Avenue D and fellow about ] foot long,who pulled event occurred fast Friday.." The x ,

'may be approved by,the Governor.:in congratulating hm| ,especially to those 12tb street andali all of lot 11;block: fcim out of the but,poat and through. He has the couple will be at home"at Maple'Hill. E!
'Council"affording not less than! forty: who know, or who came to know his 105 ,N. in .the city: of Miami, upon water twice,; got away. : ., after(next Sunday "
voyages between: said, ports eaih .bride.- :Mr. Macdonald shows his usual which bis.store' i.* located,1'to,Ernest lighted a monster Across the.bay,nearBeara MraMorrison'; is proprietor a largedrug s
way he bas found its L
Hesays
independence by foregoing any extend; O.Williams. 'The firm: 'Of-\Loett| & Clump. store at Orange City: He is also
during each winter:season;' and to .receive ed wedding tour, just now.,. For; the Laws was one' of .the pioneers in';its: den:and the crocodile can. be take captured ut"a editor of the Orange City Times and .
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be will
,by warrant In the, null. anner :present the bride and groom make their line at'MiamL'.Itopened'for' business easily. Tomorrow and publisher\ Biscayne Bay."" Her 4

''so long'as said! service is in all points. home.at Mr.,CalebTrapp's.. :; in the-month of April 1896..U On No--: other large party hotels, from,to ';{witness the Royal the.Palm perform; owns some fine property;oft the Perrine .t ..

well aad'faitbfully.perorigedyto the ,I ." 1. < i. . '''ember'lit., 1897/EdJ. Laws, who Joe that the peai Grant at Cutler.* He fre quently.visita'
aoee.
I :Alligator says this wbere-he. )ne ;has
business vicinity
found the too confining, sold \ many
,satisfaction' of the_Governor Jn Council .. .T g horsetbis.eveningDe- out his interest in the firm'to bis partner 1 i pie cn stand on the' sandy beach and. friends. He is:a young man'of exceptionally -

,#in each of the ten years, from the 1 .:In the opera; ; John P:.Lovett, but the Uatter tee him: ,capture' the/animal excit alive.No good ,character,, and, gentle
first day of January,'1899,' the'sum of ginning at 8 o'clock, Miss June Maude found he could pot give it his peraonal'attention doubt the will sport will be 9 in Very the manly and pleaaaDt.'dt'meanor.Ve do
:.u,* : :.<" I t. t Dope,-B. E.,will be heard in dramatic I negotiations: which bad, fng1'beJ' return leave at 2 morning not 'know the bride but we have no
and will at m.
and humorous recitals for the p. doubt he exercised his usual taste
benefit been pending for ome days came to a good .
Tie bill i received s Its first reading last of .the' building fund t of the Presby: 'head' last,Tuesday;when the 1 I transfer 'Next week we shall give an interest, in such anJ important: matter., -
'Thursday'night: and was.reid the' 'second terian church In''last week's issue we i occurred and Mr.AVilliaras took.immediate lag account,of the habits of the crocodile himand'tbe'gator I Y' i "
time Friday* made mention of.:the ,splendid Abilityof He bas been ; and the difference between .Arnica Salve.
; and third. e on night.. possession engaged in the,matter of breeding Bucklen's .
' Miss Dupe and quoted some'of the inbusiness Miami in another line ; .
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and{ \ '' Tbe best :salve in the world for cats; T
L excellent press notices she has received. I for nearly ayear* and fs' \ . j ji \ '
fever
abolishing I very1 popular ... bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
Al., bill 11 import duty onfresh ,No. doubt ,a, rich, treat is in tore rorthose [: with all:who know 1)hn-and\wlll\) no I I I'I sores,tetter;chapped hands,chilblains. ,

'meatpoultry1 game w also who attend;:this evening.:. \[Miss !doubt succeed in; his new,venture.VYe i Arrived, for the Winter.. ... corns and all skin eruptions, and positively !

,.passed. This -was .:one. of :the concessions Dupe will be assisted,by,;good home [,"tab'hlm ev ry'euccess. \\! Mr. J-8. Latimer and wife,: father" cures piles, or no pay required.It .
asked for in connection';with the musical talent, under the auspices ,Major LoVett retiresVith 'tb&best and mutter/ Hugh Latimer a Lemon is guaranteed,,to give perfect satisfaction -,
'b6 efbuC"' ',-the laws the church choir.fj":A.feature of the I:wishes of an\(extremely'large circle of City vegetable grower, arrived in .'Miami or : Price 25
\ as probably preventj.discrimination musical will be an old folks' friends. tai'a\ mac. of money"b'
program : He t'xceptionatability from :Montville, N. J., last Sun- cents:per. \ TowrileyBros.
\ ( in favor' of :anyone : concert, with the i(characters,:in costumer and qualities. \Ve sincerely '
sterling ;( day night and. proceeded :at'once;to .. j I ..1OdetlJDIJE :/ ...
; hotel.'or Importer,,the: duty Wu The: fee' is 23'anti / trust.thathe'wlU, still,'continue Lemon, City, to,remain on a.visit until '; :
admission
'abolished on all .1 imports of 'this char 85 cents i. to be identified more or less ,.with our May'1st. They) were ?accompanied '
acter. , JT '> magic city,and it can be truly aid that by Dr. *nd,Mrs. : few of ourcitizens have done' more 'to \t. X us guaranteed ta cure Piles
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':A bill was also Introduced to permittheFort Sale. help promote its.growth thau.he.: He place. *---.. .,', r. .-. 4 and Constipation' money
*' Dallas: Land Co., ai foreign Two-story bouse'',and ,lot 'near. bay,]1 is one of,the most.popular cQm ercla1truelers'ln .... 'Jess' e1.-CowsFor ,-- ' testimonials; 50 cents per and Free box ample Send for to
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E.AtDBiTCH, city the State, "
beingpresident '
corporation, to hold-title to land in the r' '." r ( RUDY.1Regbteted-Ph&rmaclst.-
28jan-tfbs: *'f_'?, |'1'l":j i the State traveling ,men's.associa- sale* Florida Raised, Pa. :For we bJ 1eadlnsr drulf-.
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'B_ Bahamas., : \ ' and his duties kept him ''on the FEASTS. : Cunao1, In X1aDd,J1a.Dy W.D.BO$EY.t .

The, !,original :proposition, ; provided Subscribe forth H"7 '_ a. 'lor most all of his timer Everywhere ,24dee-gwe/ I': Jacksonville, .Fla. ,
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t- f \ "J I, WantedBoardersat ./ '1 HIS SIXTH BIRTHDAY.4t t DOINGS1t3R0AD''!, -
: Buena GENERAL OFFICIAL DIRECTOR .
. Mrs. Jl. W. Wer's, He has given Up bli cr.dle IW and his little wont Antonio Bazz'mi, the violinist who for ,.
.. south side of 13th street, second doW ed ball, 1 i i 16 ,years had, been at ,the head;:of the '_ .0.
I egstbt Avenue C. Rates. ,reasonable.A He has hidden fiI 'conservatory: ,of died CITY,OFFICERS. \ -t
iall hU.lolU Wliind the door, : music; recently *
r Vista \ . ii- lie Must have i'rocii ig-horse,. at the age of 79 years. He was an MAYOR=John B. Beflly .::. ,'

\ Tempting Offer., And a abarduood top,',of Course, a\ imitator. of Pagtanini. Au>EBtEX-JOB. McDonald, ,Hoa: _

We offer loU 1, 2 and 4 of Block E For be hn't man uia'a bad any more > Mr. Escomb,. the new, ,premier of F,8.Morse,W.y(. Brown,J.E.Lammna

Miami. They are situated on the south He hairnt off ill his purl -tbey are only fit Natal?Is a London Jew, who started a6 Frank T. Budge, 1>. Cosgrove, ., Walter.3. ;. .. .
Cottage sicfe of the rivet. These. Iota com prise a for girls, I a: ready-made clothing dealer. After Gr aham. > '.*- -
tract of land bating a frontage of 114 feet And has left the u-in a hrap upon the floor, olng into bankruptcy, be concluded CITY CLXBK-John M.Graham..'
facing the ,river also 100 feet 'front on MARSHAL'=Young P. Gray.,
; For he six years old tjulay. :
. that: he would be
t \ I : i't Avenue D, and 260 feet on' 18th\street.Wb more successful as a Crrr SusTKyoa-A. L.Knowlton. ,
] '
miles I II { And he'4 gUti to hear nay
Two r
t. north Miami them ,
of bought these Iota cheap last May and That he Iwi't awyer. I I IAn PKKSIPBST: OP CJoraciii-Hon. F. 9.: ,
raamma'a
j;,I 'close' to| the Railroad De offer tbethn a for 1050. Will be pleased baby[ any more ": 'attempt to acclimatize ostrichesin Morse. \

\,: pot, 5 minutes fn m the .to show them at any time. | He bas pocket In hie tronsers 'like his elder south Russia .has proved sucefaitul. STANDING COMMITTEES \.

f i y., bay. \ 2-18-tf RoBBINS & GRAHAM. brother Jim, i| I e[ostriches born in Russia are:much Ox 'Brown fySj
; : New Building, .large, airy Though things \NC&-BuJg&, ana Mo
be
he ibould bare badtbeni
: ''; : I Beclrooma.t i ; 1, ''I less sensitive to cold than the 1m- Donald.. "- -, '
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long before | .1
: Hunting, Fishing, Boat- By' ,outside wholesale firms I your He has ;sboe | port 'd ones, and theic=plumes. are equaly ON RULES Aim OBDI1f.urczs.-ara.b&,. .
: _, new *laced to the top '
ing. \_ standing is'often calculated by the ap; 'Us a puzzle t here they stop, good. I McDonald and Brown. I'On
French) iaine.- pearance, of the Stationery, that you And he isn't maunna'i babJ more Li 'ngstone'a tree. at old Chitanjbo, STREETS AND Iidpaoyzltare-Me' I
use'' : That turned out at the teraoeOLIS : any ; \vhlcli shaded the spot.where bis heart Donald, Cosgrove and Lummnse." - ,

L l': Chas. Courly, Prop. / 'office is of 'a quality,,you may be He has heard his barentf ilgb.and has greatly is bu lea, has nearly fallen .to pieces: A On SANITATION. -Lummns" .,. Budge. ,.aDd..
,, .. I proud of. tfBOSINESS'and wondered vrh){ I Coegrove. :
'
.. -t..t.I. I. I vets t traveler asks that some: lasting
.' I 4'M 4- They are sorrylwhen'be has'such bliss in store; .ON WATER AND 'FIRE 'PROTECTIONCosgrpve -
.. For be'e / marie be placed over the spot where the ,Graham and ''
\ now their darling boy, Budge -
: . -{ t \ LVud will be tbJeir pride-und )oy. great explorer died ON POLIOS AND. CHABrrres-Browni. .. ,'
; .,-,.1" r Though hP Cannot be their baby any more. Medical. i ,service'in! the British army Lnmmna: and Graham. :
', I -OeorglanaK.Billings,In Youth's Companion cents' to be very unpopular.At a recent
f 1 l'J""M'I"" 1 examination .for 35 Vacancies only 31' POSTHASTES AT ,Mi AMI-J. S. Warner'

tf 1.' candidates appeared, though the rule AsaisTAKT POSTHASTES-Frank Pierce.. ,
-1 .
'T4c; 4t6RiCULTURAL f orbidd ing a man from trying!after hawing > '
failed twice STATE OFFICERS:
was suspended. .
RESIDENCE Pope i (Offices at f Tallabasaee..FlaJ .,
medals
pontifical
Leo' which, GOVERNOR DBloxbam *.
-:: Y'm. ;: .-
1 according, ustoxn, are: struck'every gECBSTABYor, STATE -Jno.:L. Craw-, '. :,

.'INIERE5T3 .wo tears, are now ready., On one aide. ford., 1 -. .' _.'
.', LOTS is the pope's profile, on, the other;the' {COUFTBOLLXB Wm. U:Reynolds. .
'J\] ':'II' figure of Our LadyottheIiosarg'sitting', TREASURER:B.,\Vbit eld.. i". !' 1 r ;.... .
r ;
. '' rn-'INJ ....,: '11I.1;( "!1If" i: ,- on a throne with the Christ child on:her ATTORNET-GRSERAL/B. 'Lamsr.SUPERINTENDENT ..."1";
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Sale :::-. .:r 'l'j ,,nrm, and with the right: ,hand giving a' 01' PuBUO. INS1BUOTMir. -:; .

Now For \- EDITED ;rPu'Sfmasterlat JAMES- 'A. PINS osary ip'S* TW,T.*,.'...*AV .. . .-:Wnu X. Sheais.COMMIS8I88IONIB ;I
. OT AoRJCULTTBB;. .. f
; Cucoanut,Grove. ,TLC Cat Came Back; B.Womb well. ';

'PriGaSF ofu .. Short ractkal't rttelee, on'h all I i subject 'are" 'Todd4Don't: : it. :. ADJrrrisrr-GENzaAi-Patrick' Haustoa. [!
$100 t/'J'1:0'QO; Per Lo 'solll'lte ity the Aprk'nliural' Editor'and should ,Nodd-Whynot? i 4:
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; be addresved-to 1111 at' COf"tJan urove.We .. :Todd It's apt to make a worse noise SUPREME COURTJUDGESF .

Jead than alive; they make fiddle-- R.. ,,Taylor, Chief J oatice. .<', ,
. AcoordilltO'Locatioll1 are in receipt of the, following of F.B:Carter'Associate Jostle 4 ,
; string catgnt.Town Topics:: ;, '
t letter from one, of our. Key l.argplsnters.in o ,I M. llr Uabry. Aeaoaate Jostles. ?
.. \ regard.to tomato\ growingElie ,' It o|tea Works" TI...'.' Way' Communications to any of the State

; ; \ \ I ,"" **.m "****_. m m says: 1 : \ ' Drummer What were the gross. receipts fficials or Supreme Court Judgea should- ,'*:. ,,.;Ir.
\ be addressed to Tallahassee .
Florida.ti "
of he ice-cream festival ,
Railroad Miami Fiorida Eat I noticed in (the givenby \ . '
fare to over the Coast Railway will be fonded l toeach METROPOLIS jour- the ladies of the "
.. .'L purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for such fare,which request;for any \nforthation i in,regardto Squam churcij last night? S;SENATORS FROM FLORIDA f -i
Corners 'dollars
t receipt' will.,'be received. 4 as cash iu part payment for lot. . diseases! of tomatoes and the best and odd cents Jferchanq, in the hole: Nine-Pu k.- Hon. Samuel Pasc%", Mouticello, Fla;.

_ 4- Call B. I varieties; to plarit, and' will try the 1 lion. Stephen RiMauoryTallahaiaae,
JC/HN EILLY
;on Agent t. I \ ''I How to ,:, .Fla. : :-

;:. ,"it I t., c Fort, Dallas Land Company, Miami, in best this pWt canto of Key.tell I Largo you about I fl\ .our crop. ;Melissa '1'msvreFredislnlovewit, h UNITED, STATES, '-CONGRESSMEN_ 4 h .
: me. He comes to see me three'
r 1 Or J. ,E.,\INGRAHA Vice-lPres't, ',, 4 ,Asa rule we plant,our seed the lat. week \I IMelinda nightsa F'il T.D1fmCTi Embracing the Hari.; ;'

-. tort Dallas ter part \\tl, August and through, September -file's half in love Coast-Hon. R. W. Davis, Palatka, -
: Land] Co St. Au ustineFla. only -wait .
r' 1:10-tr.ia. :, } SECOND\DISTRICT: -Hon. 8iC ,
fF r 1 I . \ll have tried. varitips'varieties : till he'com, ,s every night-Up-to-Date.: man, Tampa. Spark-' ,,-
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t' such as L ajpyStOV'a'IParagon 1 I \ .C ____
Perfection, ,'' Ignolumr Launch for Sale Cheap. RAILROAD
Beauty and COMMISS1ONEOS.B. .
Little Bros!\ Fertilizer Buckeye State. 'The latter' '.I got badly The launch Edith it, now"In:, .charge H. M. Davidson Qoincy, Fla,Ch'n"
: yPhO.sphateGoJ of $. II.: Richmond In
, { ,, s tuck 'Three I i ears ago I planted a condition at Cutlery good H.'E. Day.lGainayiUe. ,,
; light draught, large J. MBryan, Kiaeimmee.
little over, two-thirds capActty
/ \ : carrying good .sea boat, sailboat John L .Neeley,Jr., Clerk,Arcadia ', '
y the Buckeye State, and Thorburn'sLong model, biultto order o( best mate t'
Keeper, and gathered# l'lOO;' car rial. Will seI very cheap. Apply toRobbins' at Headqnatters Tallahassee- and offices of the-Board, ;

: rier's' & Graham, Miami. or ,S.II.\ .
; ; crates.. The Buckeye State wa s. -
Richmond Cutler.
I .orJjiihrr F'F'rUlij octl-tf

Hannfactarers.: I _, r { ever'thingclalm I planted- offer!\,, three*d for acres it.ot Last the .same yea r Household.1, Gods.,,, I ly UNITED. ;John Miami.B.STATES''Reilly' and COMMISSIONERS WeeIe1Y.FeauMi., :;.. ,

s variety and gathered '7 crates but , ; ,
; 1 I last season ; The ancients'! Greeks belieVed that the --:- 'J '".
(- ,*: Tomato Growers ,should r use: the" Ifest Fertilizer, because 'the' lest i was an exceptionally dryone Penates were the gods who attended to SENATOR FROM 13TH DISTRICT' .
'
"' with us.\ Thetinesgrew large and the welfare and prosperity of the family '(Embraclnx BreTard and bade Covntlvt..) .!':
;..' : :: l' the cheapest.'Little \ were full of blossoms but set.*no fruit They were worshipped household Roda Hon E.-N.\Dimick, Palm Beach. "

?' > ; Bros7.: ;Vegetable No. 1 Little Bros Tomato I The leaves looked''as!'if they had,been! in every Dr home.| The New household god jot .
;, ant of1 l today is ;Singe Discovery Fop r DADE COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE.
4 t / a: alongside! fire. : 'ihey,would:?url a ; consumption coughs colds and for air Dr.:B.B. of mJ3each.:
;: 1 Special f the .Best> ; F8rtd on theWarket and in color Were affections . : Potter West_Pa
: : / tare J ' of a dark green mingled of the- throat, chest and lungs 'to :-(

< JI':.' >...., \ : for tomatoes.\,, N \ with 'a i\,dark, 1 brown; 'and having. quarter it is invaluable of.a century,It and bas is been.guaranteed tried for to a COUNTY OFFICERS.'CountydudgbAllenE.HeyaerJuno.: .' -A

. \ I', .' warts along!the Item and'a'kind of care or money returned. household . V
;." \ ; \ i.' .. } JOHN'EttiS. Agent,: : white fungus.. This. season I again should ba without this good angel. Iii e i County Attorney-;; B.B.Taylor.Miami:: .

: ;, ,-r' (,- .. _. ..ftf. : \: planted the Buckeye; State;'and 1 so far: pleasant to take and a safe and sure'remedy Clerk of Pircait Court and .Recorder.of'
7fit .tie. 1 1 i il ])..Jrr. A ...a. _. the same result, I for old and iounsr. Free: trial hot Deeds-A, F. Quiaby,Juno.
r' : k t'i I. -w _, o. 1 planted the'seed\ tles at Townley Bros.'drag store. Regular Sheriff-B. !J, Chilllngworth, West -
> 1 I where I wanted them to stand, to say Palm. Beach. t
size 50o. and
9L I1d.la' '
f
/ 'I' \\ 1 ." ...1. i the work of 'setting ,out, and, I \als o 1 1TolReal Collector of Taxes--T..J., Hardee, Co- "'

Ii made, beds; noticed'\ (tbfl order; I leav ea i\ Estate coannt Grove.Aeaeeeor' . '
,Agents. '
: ::" ; i of Taxes:-:G.C.HalgbtWeat :..
.. ,' ; N. \ I turning yellow .an there/was ling,npPerhaps : ,Business .was so dull in ;i'ouriioe) Palm Beach. __ "
'r' y or ttM,1I I i this time : 'too much, during the first year of our existence : Treasure*-Ji F.Lamond. West Palm,> r
; : ir ln. I also have jeome troubletwith;>> that we did not feel like urging you:J-o Beech,

: : 'the white. fly., oiI he'five'varied ie s use printer's ink Very lavishly. Surveyor-Frankhn" Sheen,West. Palm. ".
We feared could : Beach.
we( not give
: I I I I planted,the B ckf'rF: State.i is not t inj i itt value received. for,your p.oney.I I you, i, County' Superintendent:of.Public InBtrncbon -' -

i i T all, and 1 will hake nothing morq'tO 0 When there were no buyers you could I -Z.T. Memtt, Boena Vista. :
:>F ; The N wwn 'do with it: The< other' '.varieties'npwlook not bell real}, estate. I ,BOARD OF COUNTY CO'MMIUIONERa -

... . Operate t 'somewhot diseased, but look milt I' Lora of'money, Is squandered in advertising I. .N. W. Pitta, Lake Worth,Chairman. -
< than'the which bring no returns. G. W. Lainehart,Palm Beach.
better "
I Buckeyes; still they Judicious:advertising .pays better W.J. Shone, Cocoanut (Trove.n .
L TerminalNORTHERN Density; the...! will not give me near t,as many tomatoeis s than' any : a E. L. While,Lemon City .. . <
I ought toget. I havebeen: picking ,m akes .have'c: ; Wa 8.Tancre, lithe. Sound.: ; '

: e (Nojretnber./liy neighbors:' fo r If you : Clerk and Auditor of Board-A.F' ;, ; -

PORTION QF ""THE' CITY I .five 1,1.or-six miles to the"'north, -south, ha\e thereare.people'ivhowantwhat'p' ,:it- will pay yon handsomely; 4' Q i by,-'Juno.. 1 \t ,', -

4:' t J 'E. j me> have. tbe-sam4, diseases;,and ire make,the fact known. CIRCUIT COURT OF SEVENTH JU. *. ,
I r: T.' 5T ill .have, to" do,something] to'check i I. We believe from I extensive observation -. DICIAL'CIRCUIT., nEmbraclnr :: y.

;; :- North' Miami Lots half mile the New he cold spell did u?'no harm and wwill that"printerY.a'ink' pays the real f
:are only a from estate dealer .better than any other t. ( : Dade and other Coootle*.)[
''F Terminal walk / .have a heavy crop:;of-pines., \ business man;providing' there is a demand + f C rcuit.Judge-JohD'D.. Broome.. ,' Or.,
few minutes' ,
or a, \ : Size,:,:6Ox19o..r' 1 lando! . :
for
.., : 'f .!:Respectfully, '.; '1: land in the locality where he iProsecntiog .
fi 't Alley' in, rear,;of 'every_lot. Cool,.and;breezy fV \ I \i cji s. CASSIDT. is located. 'J : ;:' I Orlando. Attorney-:J." D. :"Beggs.. ,: '
There a good demand for lands Ii fn .
: ',1 t tocations., A : er fir I Guleph Farm, Key Largo.: this vicinity.. ;;It is constantly increas Clerk of Court-:-'A. F.Quiaby, Jane., -; .
$
'. I ', :< 1 {f f1 fog Land buyers are arriving in this Fall' Term of Circuit Court convene <.
I
PR CE> 'TO"$75.OOh I section every,day. ;;j .* on First Monday',after Fourth Monday a' .
.
; S5O.OO : : t. DOINGS-' .OF SOLONS.: .. ,If you can 'mate one sale of a thou ;in November. ._,
sand-dollar 1 with bf Spring Tenn'OD First Mobdaf.aftc .
the ,
-' r property help ,
,: \ one' while tJeymaJ be '' 11 ; senate of the: C .";iiptI legists the METROPOLIS and get a commissionof ourthMonda1 in;April,' ,. Hf ;- < ;
: hal They'wi
Buy;
: cheap. : ture' has; rejected a proposed bill to ten per cent., you will make enough -
: be worth double a'' divorce foriinciirable( insanity money out of the, one transaction to DADE COUNTYCOURL 1.
few grant
i months hence the
; when; New,,
; .ct ; s :I\ pay for a lot of adve tiling'' :j; County Judge Allen E.U. Juno.
4'' ,Terminal' is, completed., Easy Terms. ,* : : 1'beSouth'Dakota* jleglslatnre'vo ha We are confident the time has arrivedvthe'n Prosecuting! Attorney--R(B. .Taylor,'
'.. .. 1' ,.', I' 1 ed to submlt'awo;: eostttutional'amendinent n- .it will pay ybu 'handsomely to Miami "
: f' ) to th people. i.lilce t\ ,use,onr advertising columns lib Winter ,Term-First Monday hi January. "
:1'R\ bbfn'$ &: Graham, :anlendmentivasdefea. !,about, ti ve' -Describe the best bargains rod rallt.j "
. : . ,_. : ft. i 'years' ago.: v f I lor sale and gife'' rice. "..Ill Spring: Term-First Monday m April. .;;-

't:, 1\, .*July9Mf-f'.; '\. i .l' .OVER(POST_FFICE' ,. There areinad wags ih,the Missourlegislature. marked'in ;plain figures'' ? is' the( best 'Summer Term-First Monday in July. "
.
< I Fall Term First; '
f policy. = Monday in ,
: : .Mrr VandiTer t has intro! : : October
,
. : ist of 1-
price
Prepare 'a
everytbingyou'
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7 Imported Vnelta,,Absloljperoz.. ,$ioper poundFlorida dined a,bill for a :m'mintsslouotthrmembers e : haVe for sale have U.8.LAND OFFICE OAINSV1LLE. .
and' ( us print ; FLA
,; Sumatra crown,75c ,oas rear to GJc\\ *Ib.' MsnufaclnriU 6 ' .' to :protect aged-ai>d invalicsheep. you"a few hundred copies in attractiveform. UtJ):Wainwright,Receive, .
T' 1' 8' Leaf per ot.pr 17.liO.r'rr Ib: FIELD AND .; .Itl;gates them a 4 salary! of $,l,OOOa Send them to,your corresponcuts. d. J. M. Barco,..Register. .
lrac.D
t ,0 lac.eo tf post paid.It.66: per- bo.: Iref Field;bt'Dot Varietle paid..2oc per Surll'qt. i' 3, 'each, '- 1 ,j They, will save\]you i three times .. i I II \.
I Varieties,2seprqtpostpaid. >$2.46 uelgbt or ex The i North Carolina ouse'ofrepre- their cost in time and postage alone! 1-,' k
&Iua'b, .SOt L ,7 J. ri. press not prepaid.' Cucumber,60c per Ib port paid: sea ativea has passed a 1>J1 requiring: al You need not write al long letter, jusl i Cheap Wild-Lands7. _
Iba: per lJOIIttr.a1d.>> Pearl. Millet Ibe belt fodder. crop 2Sc per Ib,"post paid. In lots oat I ,teachers' in the school to d a short note; and enclose a price list: I J We offer 60 front '
i LySrL *Pf*? ,U.other seeds equally I 'reduced rate*. International I : public .rea. acres with good[ on tha
Stock It Food- Sue It fef. a..Poultry...Food,86c per! ,pki L,CAMEAOXjan67 or l aloud' to their pupils' at east twice each 'and. they will make" gates I for.you.aug27tf \I Bay; ,situated on'Key.Largo, near Pumpkin .-, ' .
L Or .
', : jJactlODTtO.,Fta.. 'I 'year';the' constitution of. the Unit; 1 Key, being lot .3 ot section 12, and

States'and that of the state,' TO-The'vegetabie lot 1 of section 13Township69South!\
i A bill.which'has Just gassed the Okibo'ma a: :., Growers.: Range 40 East. Price $18 per acre.'
1.. :J\CJ: E.: contains a. PRICE WILLIAMS Will represent th.'old Also lot 4 of section 31,;and Iota 1 and
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I \ legislature 'a provisionputting. established. Commission rebanti 2, of section 32, Township 60 South a
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*it into:effect D!the j ear. .of ou r 7. H. BAHBKNBUKQ BBQ. & CO. ; of Range 37 East-111 scree. This is a' '..i
t Distilled : "- Promptly Lord ann domini 18t)7.) '| .ThIs'5 almost And also .' NEW Toe: j '. peninsula near Madeira Hammock, on
; t. .Orderjs billed '"
Water : as' bad,as the' ,Oklahoma senator who ,BXXXT ft SPBOSOM; Pbnadetphia; the mainland.: It has a mil of nice shall .

Miami''Ice .' N. Glad MangV.: ..1 I I moved,tbat "this boJy
3 ltaov'thOL. qO'r.- .! until'.two; o'clock p..m. this' afternoon. ." c1 atIotL. Jt&rte&reportl. b1 telegraph'. .. ., acre. H : p2i8tt
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E-f. \\ ". \ THE MIAMI. M1 OEOLIS, JAN. 28, 1898} .. / i

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: North Miami Town Lots !I 1'\\ ON \ THE STAGE.. \ MIAMI ': PAINT SHOP" THE' LOCATED PEACOCK ONBISCAYNE --INN, .;


II ""The \\izard of the Nile"as produced T. J. WEAVER PROP-R.

Ranging in ,Price From $30 to $150. \, abroad IK put own as a failure] chieflyon House. Sign and CarriagePainting I ,BAY,: p

< A. Selected List of .Biy Biscayne Property jf'ruit I \ the \[,the cast.': Adele Ritchie Five miles south of'Miami e'
y who 'has ,1 leading part,lias made d
Tract Land' for investment. '\ / '. I The oldest and largest hotel' F'I
,-i :. :* and Cheap !* ." hWererr and her
personal hit. itngingand '
\ . 'I ; .m ;on the'Bay. Headqaarter-
Frost-Proof
Bearing Orange Groves t
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acting;are being praised. ,I' for cayne Bay'.Yacht ar
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_, \ No. i Phosphate Land's.Choicer . Sothem and i i:his wife Virginia Horned utbh.eBisr

c Property of Every -:Description !f \ !save begun their season in / Dally Steam Launch Connection With Miami ,
"Change Alley' and so many comments '
LOCATION '' EAST Decorative. Wall Paper I Hanging' eCRafe, 82.00 Per Day and.Upward. Oilsalty.
MOST DESIRABLE 0N BOTH THE AND have been }Dade on its beautiful stag? ,
Graining 1 Finishing
i I ing that Mr. Frohman announces it is I and Kalsofuiujr., Hard-wood All work .Special Rates by! the Week., M

: 1.wW ; \ all due \o Mr. $othern himself, who is guaranteed. Best of references \ CHAS. PEACOCK & SON Proprietors

E/ ddeU I unsurpassed as!!.a stage managers He : i.w1JI: b /given. ,
staged "Prisoner of Zenda"".and, "An Ave. D,and i tb 8U "' MIAMI,.FLA. COCOANUT GROPE FLA.. ,
arltr-if. ,+ :t iaEtti. Fla.F l li lr
:_ \ I Ir '
Enemy of the King 7m.y91..bJ..
I ," *&Open All the Year.l" 1-1 ;
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"I. { The breezes! from the ocean and the

calming effect of a seaside town\ will i

probably work ; wonders as regards OF COURSE I .

J-..; i i quite Mme.. hopefu Isorclicaiho in i relation is still delicate her total but re Do Youfnow)( a Gtlo tThing-1 1 7 .f|i YOU )(H

co\'ery.ol healtlu.:She imagines that: her I -. ,. "
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voice has been affected,by her seriousillness Then yoa HAVEN'T SEES FOOUD.1. or you would& HERX. : :

.\' and is doing her utmost..to get Are yon oBovrraa OLD ?,: Of course ; PO'ARBWE' _- 1\ ';;(. i

I qty back in all their'original clearness the But not so fast,,because our, MILD CLIMATE, 1 ".:::
its SUNSHINY ,DAYS and LONG COOL sic -
',. X09 notes she fancies have wrong.% WARM '
liy gone !
I' ; L'With 8;' LIFE WHAT |lIT OUGHT TO BE. :' . '
'. f4I; The might have falen. Sir Henry''.! : .

i" Irving and his company have ,just LOVE; FLOWERS,', fruits I and vegetables. ? CZETAISLT.! So do. ;ire.BmrU .

" Sp Ff I IE played an engagement at a cheap suburban / HOME on. the EAST COAST, ;i. t' : :' ; '
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", . WHZHE can 'Alss YoUR pwist :
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- theater there the'bed.. seats, are 4 . '.L
With the and EXJ'D'SJ.I .
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LEAST LABOR ,
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only o'shilling cents.> This is worse / I I . ,
E' ryrh I than vaudeville but London papers bare Do iou D13LIKK wrrrBft ? 'So1'do vrA..'I' II,, :,1" 1. ,", f;':1iJ v

\ \made no commerit on the fact. 'Only Then COMEJTO! FLORIDA ; w 're.BDK TO ST.AT. L'! ; : '-_ :>: ::,' .

\two years ago\Irving positively refused We have BCRF-BATHisa. SWIMMING, and 8..uLINOU.L THE: TEAS BOUND..
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: ;to play a tou''of these cheap theaters, ARK TOU interested is us'i'I I: \ ;; y

\considering it beneath, his dignity 1 IP so WE are interested '.
\\ zu.p-- t"1', ; ut TOU; : /1 y I.
\\ '._ > HISTORICAL NOTES. / \ A LINE:' to our, ADDRESS: 'i'" Add eM DRAWER M" :
I. I Will. DQ.worous.. SAINT,AUGUSTINE;}t FLORIDA. '
\ I The little which Wagner \ augl34f i '
1 \ C eS piano \upon t "
1t ton ; Jearned music! ia one of the relics | ,
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t Richard \ ( -
preserved in the Wagner museum -| (
at Eisenach which has only later The 'Lemon CitYI.Hoi\el. M1. rABEYi
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;lO been opened to, the Publlc.'tr }I\ \ ,

t'. '\ The country when Washington became DADE( COUNTY, FLA., otf THE ATLANTIC. COAST .' '
I contained less than .r
president\
A very pleasant location, near the Depot. :Large: "e -veD lat.edtoOlDS,

SAFETY I COMFORT! QUICK' TIME 'LOW 'RATES ,J! 4,000,000 York peopfel,has larger, The/single population state than ofNew I '' / II Grand View of, Biacaypet Bay. '* '' -: '

L Finest Cuisine and Service.No\\ Transfer,Between Jacksonville and AVw York.Th tie whole country had in Washington'stime I' Good Jlnnting !and Fishing. ? I ,Accessible! la Ocean BeachGood ..' .
Fleet<< is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers. Pennsylvania.
and also has more, :
: r. J Comanche (new.h) ,$ Algonquin! t Iroquois, ;it Cherokee, i Seminole. wile Ohio and Illinois have each'near- 'Table, 'and all .'the Comforts: of\ Home "-'. -

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many : '
II NORTHBOUND. .- AT VERY | *
MODERATE PRICES
i.- There were 5C( signers of the Declaration _
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/Steamers appointed according tide. .
are to sail to the
From Jacksonville, Fla-.' (calling at Charleston), !Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays; of Independence e, and. only threehad ,
; .A quiet, delightful place for :families. Write for terms, etc.; to
From Charleston 3. C-,:V. -- = -iL Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays or used a middle name: Robert I . ,
For hours: of.iatling' see"Clyde Unei'Scbednle, (Jacksonville and Charleston dally.papers. .;Treat Paine, of Massachusetts, 'andRichard I !| MRS. JOHN.T' CAREY
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}; --.,. '\t _.' SOUTH-BOUND! Henry Lee,ant Francis Light* \ .
Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29.; East River. New York, at 3 p, m., as follows: foot''Lee, of Virginia.. Lees were aug27.U.g.B8- \ ,LEMON'CITYy"FLA. '
For Charleston 8. C.., '. "1,1 I t \ Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays. :l'hel : : '"
t- F\orJack4onytlle.: Fla, (Calling\at Charlestonlf !Mondays, Wednesdays: and Friday.' both| natives of Stratford, )a. Bober F( r
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was, than
l.Clyde', New; England and':Southern Lines, (": t) Toni*Paine, the publicist/ The former; The: '\Plant System.

t Ii ;f Calling at Charleston'8., C-, both\ways : t ' was a Bostonian; the latter was born in .
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t .I 8TEAMEBS'"DELAWARE': .AND p The ot 1850"'
r .. Are olnted to nil at folloVs "Compromise was an -
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\ "'Vrvm' foot; of Bogia Street' Jackson- Ue i - -J :, From Lewis Wharf Boston important measure. jBy this'compromise :I Reaching; the; Most, Important Points, in Georgia, Alabama
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m ; I THURSDAYS s FRIDAYSCLYDE'S slavery was to be;continued in the ; South Carolina Florida ;Cuba and -
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(RIVER LINE. District of Colombiafebut -the. buying :
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ST OHNS :
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. (DE BARY LINE) l'l' /. and, selling. : of slaves [lthere. was to beabolished f '. ,Noya'.Scotla.MOst ..
At the tune '
same a new 3orteis
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Sp1.en.CU:
: / Jacksonville .palla; Sanford, Enterprise F1 ., and Intermediate and severe, law was made for the return _____ "I.I .

.. Landings:. the.. St. Juhn'RIver. I, 'of fugitive slaves, which was no longerleft :::;_ .-' TTIr' r
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( i'. _' The'elegant aide-wheel steamerMClTaY --=- I'I; ; / jto the, several states, :but intrustedto I .:--!- : -'t. _

t < : 'OF|' JACKSONVILLE"W. / the United States |officers. After _
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t \ these rulings California was admitted
.CAPTAIN_' :,A. SHAW, .
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; as a(free,state, and Xew Mexico organ
t Leaves Jacksonville :\ ..". \.......;;;Sundays. Tuesdays_andThnrsdays'AtS:80 p. m ized \ .
Returning Leaves : Sanford TV.V.V.V.:'.rj.,.,.. Mondays, Weduusdayi and Fridays at 9.qu s. m as a territory wlth'pnt slavery. .


.: 80UTH-BOUND TM 1 .:SCHEDUL.E. .', NORTH-BOUND : The Strongest.'Cbaln.. '- I',
Read down. 'r I IradupLeav The greatest and strongest chain
880Ip.mo'. .. .>.:_ .. .,..C.JACKSONVILLE.rrh', loo .. m. ever
.. ; 88 s6p, m' . ...;o.-j'i.j.. ".f):.: ....,. .. ..,..P"I.tk."i-! ;""" ''' ... ., .. .' .\ thane" 8 0o p. m. made has,but recently"'eft' the.Tipton\
.. '; ......... .. .... .. . .. . .' . '- 230 p.m. Green iron works England. It is intended
". 3oola.m.. .,..w..:.......:.._'....:. ..;. ...,. ... .. .. , ..-.I\I :100 p.m. for at Chatham
'; :480a.m crane work 1\|
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ra" / : .a..r. : -.Alltor-\:f \ : .. :: '. 15 a.a. : wharf,'and consists:of.o allinksllforged; 1 .fir
\: Arrlye_ :: : :: ,'::::.,;.,,.; ::-:-: l {,, : ::::: :: ::: : :: ... : 3 .iDch
c' tj\! a. m. .,.'........... ..'J. _...{ ._.. ...f.../(. .. .. t ao a. in.Ila severally % rods, each link being -
2$ inches long and \\3 wide*]\Since
\ GeneralPassenger\] : and :Ticket:\\\0ffice_ 204 !West'B i j Street, Jacksonville. there \iwas no machinery available for

\ J 1 t testing chain of such '
( a dimensions, the'test .
JNO.. l_ ( OWARD.iurh. .. : \ \' F. M. 1 RONMONQER,.'''" F. P. Af : made
% f .. ', JACISOArndt:. fLA. ; 4 - was; by actual: 'suspension of
,t t. .T.:O;EOER, T.'M.. wJ. H. HENDERSON.. E.; pr A. / .W. H. WARBURTON. ,Oi, ''T..P. A. 'a, weight_of 96,000 pounds- from each 4 I ens = Dell N '
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1 ? 6 BOWIJBO ousts, laW TOBK. 1- .
link. \\ -
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I I. WP.CLYDE; .& CO. GeW''Agents.t \ .
e'lF t : , Individual Share or '* .
=-i :! ..Bowling_ Green,,New fork City:.; : 42 Sol'Del. ..lve.. Phl1 delpb!.., I-HI share: of land falling' LaadThe to each' inhabitant In the West Coast Region: of Florida.y'

,; ,, of the globe in.the event of "' ':
a THE' PLANT STEAMSHIP 'LINE.
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L .' I ," partition would foe.about' !23% acres. .

i.Georgia; i Southern' 'and:. Florida R'y. Steamers :Plying 'bet eeIi Port! Tampa, .Key'West :.and. .,- R

\ PLACES. OF .INTE 8T., ... '. I\ Havana, and t tetween Mobile.and Port Tampa.. :'/


'}i ."Snwaniiee. River, Rente. ," ;.to All Points (orth and West t ,To Be'.'Seen. In, and.About Bar. MJ1\ Ii and Biscaya i L-' .* I w. WRENN Para. Traffic. Manager.< ; H. C. McFADDEN ABsTGenl, Paaa.. Agt.

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\t Operating theCelebraedDXE' a.nna.h.\Ga.\ *
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{ King,Tarpon and Spanish.. .Mackerel Fishing. 10 F. M. JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent, Jacksonville,'Fla..
( Rapids of the Miami-. ... '{;.-{ ".."."".ir'< 4 ,
It\ FLYER"" ...... .. . '
: ; and QUICKSTEP The Florida Everglades JL ;. 4 I.
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1- ,, '. -. Seminole Indian Camps........ ... .......,. 8 '
/ \ r' The Punch Bowl and Ruins...I.'. '.....'.._'..; .2
iy Florida and the Old UgbtFowey .. .. ......... 8
? 'r1m: Tafelo :I o. &7-3"et3a.iiatr3r: 22rid. :1898. Cape Rocks Lights.. .,. ,., ".,.k.. ...s.......*,+-15- M iithy LIDe
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; The Florida Reefs.->. ..-.. ... ,.4.4.l5 eam5.1
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G NORTH BOUND : r. U' ,SOUTH BOUND TheCoralGardens..r.Deep Sea Fishing ::::.::;:i:: ::::::::';:: 80 ,.

Bear Cut...:... .....) ,........,.... "". .. 4 '
'STATIONS. [ J&BADuPkDIXI Norris Cut--. .. !... .....t2 CO.F' \
: (N. L& T.. B.:S.
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Caesar's J Rock and Creek ....... .[........:.' 2sEUlott'S '. r (
"OUIO j 1;. .. ,
OIXIP, "OUICti. ,
F4YER. 8'TEP.1 \. FLYER. .\ 8'TEP. Key Key::::::; <:.f' ::.:::: :: ::: ::::::: :
HwtingGroimds.....,.... :.... . CT 'New otki
Tbe ; : .;; 15 Key West Fla. 'Y
.'6 J: II.. ,.:....... x LeaverPALATIA.AMve; It as p x .....-... Sam Filer'sV'ove ...ti.--r.> ... .;...,.....;.:J 2 : Dli 1
1'IS'! .. ..,... .... 8 .....::......LateCitp.....f....h.:.. A4S .... .i,... -625 Little River.. . . .. .
11x10 . ZO ....i.laldoeta..L. :.:..: :.:.:. :. : :: :::: :< :; : ::: .8 "
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i.'x :::::::::: I P. ixare:.: .: : ;: :::: W ; :::::::1-:;: : A Ii Arch Natural Creek Brldge.-< : ...,..... .'....;. The magnificent.steamers. of this, line.are appointed to.leave .., .

8 00 1t ...... '. A M Leave. .. .lACDO ....Arrive 7,55 p x ......:. .. 7 I A A,. Cocoanut ..-%4.... ... -.. :, .......fl -\ I ,
-u 110.A'x p. ....",..:. 11 p :;......(._..#..;T1fton"._.,.;......... ......j..i.. too Lemon City.. ........ ... .: West .
l15r .. ..:.:,.. ... t 31 .......:\.......,..{'ordele........:..I+ :.... 'foo; .,.... ..,. 1M Buena Vista..:r.... .. ..J .Z. ..k.:1:,. i >Key Every1 Saturday: I
4"5 ..".. ... .M .-.......h.lIaoon.-:1.1.; ; 11':'>> A. ..... ":. 11 4,4 P Y Cutler......... ... .,v... .. .. .....:::;.e
V.t&.l.. ::7 'SArrlve+......'.Atlantar.Leives 1 O P II .....!.. .-, 'I o & ]( The Royal Palms .....::...:..... ......"'.,..: II NEW YORK following Tuesday service. and accommodationssine
15 ......... 9811. LeaTe..h..AtI.ut&; .....Arrlvt' 750A'x ..::.{.... 780 r Y The Giant Bamboos.t............_..;., II arriving in t l-
i -p x : ...' Wild Orange. Wild Lemon.',..:, k.;....;. .2 strictly Stst-claeet '\
t : tir :;:if:.:: &40 Arrive i :::i.:IASHPILLFF ::.:Lear 1010 p x ::::::::t: 9 in A y Wild Ume'Gro\"es.' .,. ..2.: : i '

.p--x .,.......... '120 x Leave.tu....N'A HYILLH.: .....Arrive I A .':'_" \: ..0 ... Baker Haulover. ., .. ...........__ .....:40..15. From I i Brunswick VIAPOBT: to New York i iI

7 2101 05 II :::::.;: 11 :" x Arrlre AMve.3..Louisville: t. Clnelnnatl,:;::::p.Leave Leave : :: P,?, ':::::::.1: Ii 2 (GS n P YI2 Snake The Crocodile Creek Pond-.--.:.:.:.::.::;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.s'i. .:::} ::.10 20 , BOYAUS-O.. ;

i .. ..,'.7 I m & x .V!...,,,:.:,:NASRVI :;....Arrie '8 ter_ ....:...... 8.:! House Indian of Creek Refuge and' Oyster- --Beds.t,! :..io..PO..........10 : PASSENGER SERVICE :. L \ '
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40 : 1,2\, e ]I _.... .....Rv.n.YUle..M. I M :.ht 2 ab The Old Rains on the Miami -. : I
1 to ...__.. .... -' 'i,1 i.H-H'" Femandlna F. C. & P. li,.) and Qnmber- Tia1Everett and Southern Railwij ,
: \32' ArrtJe..,: .hSt.LouieLeave T 116 A ''N "" +j 8 M I' x655r : Fort Dallas.'... '+*. .*.r:.v..,'.' J Via ( : '
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: : r land Route
J.2 48 A ... 12 ,,10 P II Le Arrfve..j. .XVA.NSVIl.LK..Arr1ve IC.np..CItTJ..nl.t.Ye.9 8 00 P JC .1. 900&w 140 A Cruise on r the Bay...of. .Florida: .,.. .an. .Among... Lv.Jacksonville ..............>........t.H IS am Ls,Jsckeonville....................,..... 00 P i . :. ,,;:
:4 00. _.....'''.-' 12125 !e..1._}.;._?.Tp"... Haute.........t.i.. 5 Ii't 40' .:. .,.+..,,,,12 3S8O0 A x 'I'heforld9Gulf Stream.".:....!...-tt..,......'l' Lv. Fernandln....,:. ...'...................4.1 30 P m Ly.Ever tt...... .,............... .....,....810 P -P
1 117 titArrlae.. ..... ......... r'Y the Bahama Ban .<... At.Brunswlt'lt. : oJ..6 3Opm .
; to
765 Hour
.I..CHICAGO" Leave 102r111. Eight Sail \ BundayF At_B 'I'"."'.........................7 50 pnrPuseners .
"DIXIE.. : allowed on board for enppcr on uradaye4\ 't I" .I
in 'i .
The FLYER" a solid train between Palntka and Uaeon, and operates through sale'r '
Day Coach between Jacksonville an< without also Palatka and'Macon., .Passengers with ) LT: New Tork pier 21E E,150 p. m. \ (Standard Time)., .- LvBranswlekFriday
tan remain 01 inIOCsI8ietDera1Maconnntll78oa.m. IQUICtSlEP1' I- Twenty-one acrea a frontage of Oct 1.f. .K1O GRANDE .... .,....,k',....... .I,..Frldmy Oct. gr \
pirates Pullman Buffet n8f epers between lacksony lle'and Nashville, rlv-: ; : 400 feet on the Bay. A splendid piece of Fddar Oct;,. 8.. ... .... .... ...'," ".' :. .. COLORADO,-;tRIO ---.,:.....,..; ....;: .,.Frid.y Oct. 11,_
n\ lot p 8ngers an portnnity\ ot seeing the famous-FICIT BELT"' by, daylight; also carries land lying between the place of R. B. Me FridayOC8JiO..t. .. .;. ,. GRANDE.. ......... ,,../.icFriday.Oct221.Friday .
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: Wtst IKDU MAtt. | ; t Cormick and'.that of .A. R. Simmons, Oct.2i. : ...':..v...t....,. ,".COLORAPO ..I ........'T.--.'..,. ....;.-Frid.yOct. 29Frld.TOc92L.:1
for farther Information, Schedule,Yaps Sleeping,Car'Reeeryationa, ate. lddtees, 'eonth ot ',Cocoanut Grove.; The.. finest .....\-.*.-..y('.,:.."'....-.,:. RIO. GRANDE.If.. .... ..,....:.;.;:wt..,.Friday, NovE.'W.'SOUTHWICK ._'.:

'r .' HTJQH.H.'RICHARDSON. Agi piece ot .land for sale on the.Bay for the .:1\,. '. t I

.. "" 'x JACKSONVILLE,' .J'U. ,. money. Price $4,500. ,Will \take one- \ '. f.. .', ..Ag .',Mall ry.LineXeyWestJ'1a..1'
bait cash one-third cash if noes.srT.
only
WM, .CHEcK ..EY.SHAW; ,,- G.. A.. MACDONALD',' _or .. : : \ : CHA8. .DAVIES, Agent;'r--: 1'; :. C.:"H. MALLOEY'& CO. 1 .

i . VICE-PKESIDEXT\ : fT, .GEM PA88'i'AGENT; ttacon! ,.Ga..:.' 2-18-tt, \BoBanrs & 1(1LIbBAY...: ', Jickgonviie" FI&; : 1,Qea'l A ts,'Pierf' '20_E. R.t NeTQrkt; 1

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l '" ITRAIN,, WRECKED! 'wr Towple: 'Bros'., Registered Pharmacistsp

.. Tueada '. ,Houlh-boCLnd ,IPu npr Tr&ln Way .
.t' DerailedSuppoud Work of Ro1 'ri. r WE'VE T 'EM CORNER AVENUE D AXD lith STREET, IX, BISCAY *K HOTEL BLQCK.resctlptlons .

: ", Train Xo. 33of the Florida East \ : oaveiirs
I. fdne ot
Fillcdl at All 'Ho ,I' A Full 0( $
\ Coast Railway, which left Jacksonville ) rs. ,
i on TupsdayAt 9.20 a* m., and due here < : 3 I T'"". lUSH, FT.DALLAS and BtSCAYKK HAY

,, at 11 p.) m./was wrecked about; miles MenFuriiihingGoodsI ,Ice Cold Drink4' -Welch'*'I Grape Juice a'.Specialty.'\ 'A I Full 'Line' of
: north of, }Vest :Paltn\\|.. rach., The engine \,
'- ", war omg at a rapid rate pf speed I 'Toilet Artieie-i' Domestic and, Imported, Perfumes., Fine 'Line "
when it suddenly left the' track and 'T
i TO BURN \\ '* t
J,.... plunged into the ditch, followed by the li of Stationery. Full, Line of Imported and Domestic Cigars h' .
mallbagKage and cars.. The ... :
I\ express "
\ 1
engine turned over;' with the' hind 1 i I '
f \ | AGENTS R T E'LEBB T D HE NANCORTKZ C10AR3, '
nth\r
t wheels up; the other cars did not turn Stock f Jacksonville. f "
: <>/erj: but crashed up on the tender ofthe Theku'gesl\ FCLL lUVAXA F\J.LU\, Ax'W&APraa., I I' f\. \. .
engine.. Engineer Baldwjn' and I ;
f Fireman Hill unable. leave' the '
were to \
For Good Smoke of Pure; "
;]: cab and were 'hurled .with! ,the engine. JOHN SEWS L \; & CO. a Haanatryithe .
, \
't 'Escaping steam enveloped them, and \ / ,HERN AN CORTEZ.
";J they were in great agony 'rhef( '
passengers : \ I -.r.ocHr.lk.r. .1
- in the coaches were ,not hurt : Hotel Biscayne Block.' J \
. ;. but were',well shaken and thrown by. Ill tee.1yg.f! tan' ,
:;...'t" the shock. When th j> train stopped :-I: '
"DEALER'
the conductor. trainmen and passeny IN,

:': gers.immediately"rushed to the front to f \, falferYl.Pickford ROUGH and ;
: ascertain the cause and, result of'the
J. accident. I; The engineer and'fireman , DRESSEDYellow
:w i '" had extricated themselves from beneath . N I .t .
; the engine: Those injured Were.: Engineer :B. OAMPELL\/] ; Finland' \ ,-
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f. Baldwin, who was! cut on the .
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' c face and badly 'burned' on the arms. : ; \ Caress. -t, /, ,. i.I' .
ariost'
The fireman suffered being unable \ I
t ::1... for, 'a time, to get from under the JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
, ngine. He was terribly scalded.from Pianos and /Sheet Music and :
'l' Organs
the hips down_and bruised on other tLUMBER-\.t; \ -
J. parts of the body. '".On'" of the,',bag LOWEST. PRICES EASY TERMS Muslcalj Merchandise. \
i, gagemen was'cut on thefacp, and a I
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f We Will treat you better and give you heater valu V for your Special aizea sawed derv Also J'roitin Vegetable. .Lt snot
: ,'whd back ,, to o \ ratM.- [me
< was evidently riding )
J' tramp } <
., o '11 ittdnrr than ny,-'other house in the U t- Send for Catalogue: \
t>, of the tender, received all, ugly.gash: on and Prltv 1.1.M., .... I/ 17.e .t-IvlL.. prices before yon bay. AJtrial order aolicited.l |\ 1\ -
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': t the head. .
M + The conductor walked to West Palm I, ang .tf.It: \ i COCOANUT GROVE,;FLA;
I
: ', : f8 h.rourmilt'j.'dlstan'f\ and '
:; reported x
. 'the disaster:"and. therKravelttr iu,
'. which happened to be there, was sent i FI I Hahn ORGE- BARKER }
. back with \100 men, and the injuredmen q ,
and the;,passengers "were brought t l "
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4 Watchmaker and Jewelers ...
to Palm Beach., telegram: was sent '
s to liamlandatraln went at ont-e .
up
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{: and brought them to this-city.', arriving ; PesTor ice; &UILntxaMuwIFLA.; ,i'. "".
R; :! ate a. IIJ. \
Fireman Hill whose injuries t Repairing promptly and t'atafoUr'attended tot AU work guaranteed. f t'fovBtfhf.
1," ore gerirtus
.). .,was taken to fit Augustineitothe \ ;La BUI1DER,, A fall line of spectacles and eye glaaae always oD.'F' .band

"' thehospital.; Engineer.Baldwin was
; brought to his home in this city and : \
.; Dr.J. M. Jackson attended his inju- '. General Contractor"re
; .. ries. They are severe,'.but not fatal. MhAMI.281in -
Bost-JQffice. :Box 5 . .
The others who were hurt'wt>re, properly d IPEiasttng; '
:- ; .. attended to. r .: \ Lfe IWOtfASD .u: Dynamite,
--; ,I, !, POD examination/at the jtt''ne-'M ,,---- : Fuse.and Caps '
:ff C the wreck.it' wns found thai the fishplate '
:.t tr connecting the 'rails= on one sidet CIlUIR REL1WS m& A Large'-Dry'Goods Store.M. l f Always on Ichan. '. '

't .trad torn loose'and the rail pulled over, .. <'ohenUle01bJr of the large dry IItdptotf'
', ;causing the aeisident. It was evidently gcwttls firm in Jacksonville, who own a
'
!b 4 the work of fiendish villain\\t who'(were Rev. (l. Fred Blac&urn.bf the M.E. half dozen; branch fetore4 in different
=} ij intent on robbery, as a hammer and Church South will preach"in the Presj'yteriair parts of the Slate: was Ip the city the I ;
2. ,i rchisel were found near byV : pavilion next Sunday,niorn- first of 'tht week, looking over the \\L'ob.K ;,!
.:t I 1'be'pay train) was due to come along ing and vening. \\j/ prospects for e Uhlishihg a branch ,
:} there on Tuesday,but did not leave be At. I.t'plon"City./'In .tht-/fold schoolhouse store in Miami. MrpCohen was favorably -
':: fore the express., ItlJ.4.presuinedithat oh'Sundayev.enihg, January impressed wilh.the splendid business :
'. "' the.qll1ians.; : imagined that the; '\\ 80, Bishop Gray, of the jurisdiction of outlook for Miami j and decide t: a This Rocker "
?: [ train would, be along ,saridl' evident.t Southern, Florida, will preach! at, 7 to enter the field here. Negotiationswere !
=.j J ly intended to rob it.. 'f., o'clock. 4 completed) with Messrs. Town ley :
The'track was Cleared and'repairedbefore Will be> at the- Lich, our popular''dr ljltgids, and they -
There no .services'
Wednesday'night and... trains' ,Methodist church on;Sunday morn lug. will erect at once for Mr. ,Cohenlon : : ; $.1.75
s' were running regularly at that time.We On .Sunday evening; at 7 o'clock, the their 11)t.on 12th ft street! next tLiunnius' < ,
learn that two.-men have been .
will store, building, 25x80 feet -
League conduct a rousing ; i land l'
t 4I arrested at St. Augi tine suspicion. Epworth The store is to be finished and stocked T
'of being the parties who' did-the wreck song service in .the school house.. with dry good, millinery, etc.,4n"8. ( ] either'bargains' at. M
\ "
; lug; They left'St.'AugustineiTnesdayon \ :Every bodyl invited. days from date. S\ '
Conductor Bugbee'a train,which left i"" At St. Agnea chapel,corner of'Avenue W.iIIahnVt'here.iable:, .| ; contractorand 1 Edwin elSon''s'.F.nrnlt' re Store t .
B s earlier :than Xo.30);. and got\off near F.aod Eleventh street,there will bt'> builder has the contract; to erect . \

. ',.. tbcj8ceiie>iQthe.wrecksHe' ; noticed lion Sunday;..January. 30, a' Celebrationof the building, which.i 'a guarantee that j t '1. ;.lI-m9 .MIAMI.. .
? 11' that,-they carried a small bag with the Holy'Eucharist at 6.00 o'clock In the work will be,done; in a' flrsl-claa, '" T ,
ti
.' Y I them, and the bag'was found hear the the- mnrnin ; the office of Confirma-. manner.: -| .
0 .,, !cene of the accident.'v a' went back to St.Augustine on \Vednes- Celebration' of the Holy Eucharist and IY COELL'S > '
_ o t 1.1 !day 'theirarriv'aland' 'ere.:apprehended choral; Evensong at. in the e e ing. Ho For Cocoanut Grove : : .;

"q t on ) i identified .. AtTrinity of Avenue !The fast and commodious launch -
?; f by-the conductor.! Xo further in- church corner "laimler,,*' leaves Peacock wharf at Co-' -

'y. '{'I formation been learned.regarding-, the.* matter" t. has Sunday Band Tenth January street 30,Morning there will Prayer be on'at coanut Grove .ery. morning except '
Stable
I.I\\I'f jet "i, i i' *ii, "*. 7, o'clock at;a 7:30o'clock Celebration, ,of Sunday the Holy'school Eucharist , leaving arriving Miami for CoCoanut Grove| at : Liver and $a1 'i

.,\''I Another SteamerLfor: Bahamas; Line. .at 10.o'clock,'and the office of of the Confirmation 10SUa. in. Fare 25'cents. each way. .
at HI The Bishop juris-
t' 'Plans are being prepared for. another; diction of Southern'Florida will preachat Will makespeciai'tpips! returning enue'D.; "> '.
ateatner for U. Mi Flagler to'run o.n the Confirmation. The closing of Miami in the evening for accommodation 11th. street near, A , Miami.
)', the recently established paR enier'and the Catechism, with distribution of of parties,at very reasonable rates t'I.' "
'Ieigbt.lioe betweenMiami, FIL. and medals,will be at 8 o'clock in the afternoon Go spend a.day: 'or-'two-at Horses aoj Mate* to let and for: aala. r v :-
l'! 'Isassan" ,'Bahamas, operated in connection I.i; Cocoanut Grove,the prettiest place on Fine Bred!norseat\ Byeoialty. |
_4 with,the,Florida East Coast Rail- ; . the Bay.. Spend a day at the homelike \ \ .
/ i i >
\ ':way.. :The'contract,'it is stated, will in \ t i" Peacock Inn and see the venue of,royal Teams Teams Work Teams
t\ all probability be awarded to the Cramp] .Tax\lissesaor'1 Notice. palms,-clumps of giant bamboos and Carriage Bpgg

.. 9o.mp DY"- who ',built the ',"steamer ,Notice Jsj\:' given', to all parties! concerned -: many other,, interesting' ; sights, (in the 3Oaprl 7:1v.'gs. .
'L 1 Miami,"the first vessel: of be ;line, tlla; t:I will be at. the following vicinity.. 1|1{ 'tfAdvertise 1 .f I
j
which has just-completed her maiden "6n'dateementioned to receive 1'f\ -
points
'voyage'between. :Miami:and'Nassau., returns, for taxes of 1898 sAt \I 'in the, METROPOLIS.; ; ::'Gr ape; ':Fruit-I Persian and J
The new-vessel will, different inconstrpcbo'n 'FrUle't- e1es : :
\ ; Miami atpostoffice) on Tuesday;
. .
; from the Miami, which February 8th.. : ; ', .. ;Tahiti Limes, .Genoa ,and,.
1 thus far acquitted b..neltJn a man- At Cocoanut Grove (at postoicejonWedneaday CarWena 1" \ ,
i' vet ,highly"satisfactory" to her owner. t February'9th. l; AT ;Listen ( s1ancJi

Sbe'will in some respects be larger and. At .Lemon,City"at postof, Ice) on, NASSAU. Nl P. Tan eriae Harm's. Tardiff "
t 'in others somewhat'smaller. .AI1 modern Thursday,February/JOth. ,1 1 .' I| Your, OW' t

3 q i"" conveniences and improvementswilt At Fort Lauderdale (at postofflce) on ,A SELECT. FAMILY First Class.H01'SE.Strictly -: Washington; Navel! .Jaffa, -
} be contained ,in,the new steamer February'12tb. t "
The Cramps novf have, ,contracts for:,,'the Saturday 1 ,; ", C. C. HAIGHI, :Now open forte: season. ' f I I' Jaffa Blood; Buby''.Blood, -
construction,:or8lr''.new steamers.1 .- DadeCo.L Fla.' Bates, $3 per day and upwards', : ;
Taxes for "
Assessor,of ,
!,' Philadelphia...' ':. .Ledger., ' ,!8 an-. *"t' :-|fr 1r I January Special II rates and ..tpniESTABLISHEDt for, .:' D.,00, r. . .. :\: and:tafson 'Brown Oranges : T ,
'
> "i Bk1n0Y8hgitie. -a.f -j .m 1- Japan Plums and

f- __ : / ,The,Nassau,Steamer. ', '. : dos: .t ,PersimmpnsV, Grapes, Texasi Umbrella, Australian Silk :
Flank ,bas February I.
}lr ;J. removed herlei Up to --and\: including Friday. '
it, h'i'pant-stock of dry .goods; shoes; etc/ '11th, the steamship.,Miami will S. L., Storer &, o. Oak, a d\a.\ quantity' of ornamental flowers and shrubs to f.
from her old location to the new' make"'regular' semi-weekly trips 'between -
l store ; [ soil
this and I JOHN ELLIS
owped by her,oh 12th street;just west this city and 'Xas8aulea ing Lpnce&sori: toj' ', 1 BUIlt climate| AGENT; *
v.for.Avenue D. She invites her old customers here, :bnTuesdays. and .Fridays,:and ' Cotnmtsrlon, CHAfElL; STOBJtB'" \ ,/lWts.. mbA... . ASIA T.fT :FL A.. i "
Wholesale lhal.and
to call on her.In her new store. Nassau on Wednesdays and Saturdays -*Shlp, ers
01 all kinds
i 't! ;i She'will,commence tomorrow and inaugurate //After,,that time until March"25th,"the O.t 1 choice selec-
\ ;a special removal sale.., 411 service trill) betri-weekly, leaving hereon FRESH; FltH1 -
Of her fine stock will be sold at reduced'pAces ;', Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays i t at the office
_._ .' On jMonday' night. she 'will|[ At present the steamer leaves Miami 4 ,, 'Lobster and -ProUaMMe I'In',vialious.tion! n' n' e' METROP* ;

4 *have a grand auction and.goods will be ,,, for Hassan'on j\'sailing days' at about 4. Consignments 8o1 elteaL, i. t. .

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