Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: February 11, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00596
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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"r' SECRET SOCIETIES. John Jvronowitter, tailor, METROPOLIS A limited number of table boardersan Advertise in the! METROPOLIS. "tet} t Subscribe for the Miami--ME":'> orOLI" 0

,- _.-. Buifding. Dress suits a specialty; : be accommodated, at ,l1rs. W. H.iVeatherley's .' can bring you trade: Our friends\ read. The following resolution baa beenin- '.
--- from & to 50. 4feb-tf-hs and f *elect boarding-house. -i
\ y F. & A. M.=Blstafne Bay Lode of $ | $ The beautiful pearl cross carried by troduced in the House ot (Representa-- _

i regular tree and meeting Accepted* on.Masons the first holds and The Key ([Largo vegetable growersare I t 4feb-tf Che altar boy inlhejdedicatory( procession ,fives at Washington by Congressman "- 11:

.7 X\ third Monday Fn each month In the sending forward large shipments oftomatoe. ";, Mr. H.AirtswoVthof: ; Moline, 111., at the Catholic church,on Sunday, R. W. Davis, and referred to the committee J.;
I '; ', fine lodge room over the] p08tomce.j ..! Key Largo farmers"are president jof the:'AV3IHam White Co., was brought, from Jerusalem by.John on Interstate/and Foreign com-t\ it
j Work usually occurs In every I meeting cordially uight: among the ''most prosperous: truckersin Ip manufacturers :of' power tools, automatic Kronowitter and presented by him to merce: Resolved $ the liaiue of Rep \ s:%
'Visiting invited brethren to attend good standing, are; this r 1'-o1f} Southland. coal shutes, etc.,. is spending the the church It is now position 'on resentatives (the Senate concurring,) 1 ,

<: . J AS. M.JACKROX, M.D..... W.M ,Second Vice-President, Harrahan.of winter with his wifiat j the: HotehBiscayne. j the topmost point of, the altar. I That the Secreta/y of the Treasury i31.' : .....
? c. Secretary .
he Illinois Central Railroadwho,with j' | It is rumored that Dr. DaBoise, of hereby requested to furnish Congress; ;

OT PYTnUS.-+Ba, Bis- his party bate been visiting at the J. Contractor Hahn frho,purchased the ,Emporia, will permanently locate with information the as to the cost of reestablishing ::f

t de No. $1, meets every Royal iPalmi! left for Palm Beach yesterday .Joney property, :will soon i i commence here. Last week the Doctor spent sev:" light-bouse and;light \+'
(j.KSlOHT8 1 ,in its bright, new in; his private car. making some.,important improvements eral days here, looking over[the field at\Cape Flo da, in the State of Florida ;
the The ina of
over postoffic now state disuse and
decay; nY'and
:1\4 and Third Banks Will be J ie will erect a com (ho s and elegant and was so highly >leased thai he;expects :
Judge P. W. White of Quincy, arrived whether or not .the demands of t
conferred on the ant, eecond and I building in front'ot the cottage, grade to return to Miami and |open an !:r:
third meeting nights of the uonib. : injtliami last night.He is looking commerce e justify the reestablishmentand p-,
the, lot, make stone walks, etc. office for the practice of his profession.Honorable .
JAKE: .\FAUGH,C.C. after his ,farge landed interests! ,in repair of said light-hotise and, .
'TI..JODS, K. of R.4: 8.t his vicin 4p.j!' He is making. his headquarters Mr. W. B. Ho t1sto1i, of Pittsburgh, George.W. Allen!, collec- light/: : t1

t : at,Hotel Miami. Who is i located for th4 winter. at.Hotel tor of the port of Key West;was in calledto 't..
The attention of ourreaders is
L 0, O.'F.-Forc DaU.-LodgeNo.
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said"I the '
Miami have been last
city into
Wednesday looking
spending
.'1. 44. Independent Order of OddFellows Sewing! machines cleaned, repaired '' /the advertisement of the C. B. i
meet every Wednesday the wiuters'in Florida for the last sixteen the office i of W, MTeatnerIy.Lbis deputy > ";
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and all work guaranted, at J. Rogers Company in this issue., Thisrn
( night M 7.30 o'cIOtt..iu the new Here I, have found El at this sub Mr. t
years. my port. Allen'smany '
lodge room. over the poI.olllceJ W.Erickson'9, between loth'and lltli Dorado=the be'st-climate I have warm friends In this city r Ts one ef the oldest ,established in :!t
ever were
A.W. STARBIBD,N. G. street, on Avenue D. llfeb'-tt / the; wholesale grocery and grain business 't
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seen. fe3 glad to shake his hand nd howdy
bee.' I ear '
Work will, be begun on the U. S. Ex- I \ in Jacksonville and by year of .;}
,_ MyrtlLmenry
The sloop Filer reliable and honorable transactions
; cap-
: i llitiii teriment 'fetation very shortly. The kin and '''owner, will( take parties to Prof. R. L. Northcutt, recently f om with their,customers have built up the '

\\I II I INC r IEAT.1 lot which about as.!half located'a mile onBrickell south of Avenue the- points oC Interest on'the' bay, tarpon Ocala, arrived in the city.last Monday, largest business in. their .line,.in 'the'"I-
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river is already being cleared. fishing or cruising. ;For charter by.the night and is registered at'Hote Mia- State. Only goods that can be gnnran- -
r ri : day or week. Apply) on, board boat, mi. It is his intention to ope'at an te\"crar sold by them. Were it not: for
11 r Mr! A. R. ladwin, who spent the foot. of 12th street. Rates reasonable early date' a select school of/dancing the fact that our merchants axe al- ;
i: tt&ny Minor Miscellaneous1' Miami i JMitfers I winter at j Hotel Miami last year, in ' ,:l* llfeb-2t* in the casino} of the. hotel. /' fhis\will'' ,reach good' customers of the house we

J .company With Mr. Albert Beebee, arrived : ."D' be good news to manyof your' young would urge them,to ,give tbeir patronage a
P. T,. Skaggs M : of"Nashville ;
J Modestly Me( tiollr .; |,, here\Wednesday'' via Key'West. Tenn, arrived here, the first, of the week; people. ': to this reliable concern. Major

,',' -, 'trrJ. He.will ren>ai during .the;winter.antt and bas decided to make Miami his per- Captain Chas., Smith/ot the'l'launch" Jno, P. Lovett our own enterprising- '
; is their for
Jose Mora ,teaches'piano ..by Bertini 'The g ': 'tde Royal Fafm 1 Sst raftflentbomffiSJ Der8kkgga spent sometime Fort Dallas took D'r.- enne of, Indian townsman Lion; J'gaud is well worthy agent of this sec'
vi '' last .at Cocoanut Grove sd be indCt l.,Duff;out.on/a fishing represent- 'to
system, t. ,, 21Jan-tf; Saturday night was enjoyed by large year ;; ) ,' excursion }ng thi*large establishment.JoseplTlU. ., ; t
does not come among Ms: as an entire on We3nestfsy/whieh rresnfte3Tita : \
lion. G. J. Long, cbairman of the number of town people ,as ,well as the < ,
State'Republican Committee, has been house full of tourists. Manager ,Merrill staD er:. | & catch of 68 sea/troiix weighing 136, : Smith, f'Director'oriht"Bureaq tY'

spending the week at, Royal knows how to,please the people., d. H. Baum, of the firm of Pomeroy pounds. 'These,g ntle men say\jit'was I ' of American] Republics, died ..,.
. they ., he most enjoyable da$ of fishing they in this at 4 o'clock last :
city
L. Wolfe :merchant ,tailor 'has & Baum;Oxford, Fla,,' manufacturersof Saturday .t
TTT':1 What .are you doing 't01) make: the : 01 on the Oxford vegetable l crate'and bas- have ever exp ieul'ed.I! morning heart.failure. He came to ;:<-

|' ,hospital it ball occurs'a' grand oneweekfrom success* j 'Remember exhibition lln fine a handsome suitings ''and line pants springsample's patterns ket,!\ hag been in this sectionr f for the The gues /of the RoVal. 'almIHot-e11( this city quite ill some weeks:.:ao, accompanied .1'

.. next past week, taking large orders' from are enjoyingdelightfuljrpgnlar by Mr: Smith, and was
f 'The'goods are arriving daily. weekly "'
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I': Tuesday. t'| I '1 : ,21Jantf the; I'growers; This crate. is said.to be hops, drive whist parties and ger- tenderly cared,for at the Hotel'l1itml9'' ; #' i1

: i' Messrs. Pride, Mitchell and Schumacher ' the bestmade.\) | maus. r.IerriJIlea rrs no stone un while here. Mr. Smith waa' promineirt t
"extensive 'sugar growers, arrived I "The'lady1in wljite" won the cake at ,turned make everybody who (stopsat newspaperman of Ohio:and very ."
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here last the: cake walk at the! Hotel Royal Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle has returned his/big house have !''a comfortable actiyi ,in Republican'poHtic during
night.! Theyare[ at the r
'I j. ,Hotel Miami.None ,. \' Palm last Friday,night. A large num- from her Nassau trip abd reports her and ostenjoyable time The Royal the campaign of ,Major :McKinleyv =',= 1 I
{ ber of Miami] and Cocoanut Grove peo- grandson, DeForest Saunders as beinga Palm is rapidly filling up as the season, whose intimate friend ,be was.. ;:Uei ",>
r is,so good, none is so swift, as ple, witnessed and enjoyed, the event. most promising child Owing to the advances. i, was I State Librarian""f Ohio'' during:
OHaskell'a! Fancy ,Crown ,Creamery cEell'' great pressue Jof s her..stay in. the governorship \McKinley' and 1:.
t 'Butter.. Forsale by H.J.Egger& Co. ,Messrs. Br Broswere engaged' the English,City was short Professor Northcutt's: children'sclass wbenthe\ latter was elected presidentbe 'J:

'}t ,and.TN. Gau.ti t' tfi Wednesday Lit aj'day's New York .on Oyters in every'style] ice cream, ice in dancing will begin Tuesday afternoon appointed Mr." Smith to the office he '21
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; ftpr, fishing on the at |14 o'clock, February 15 field .
{ ; at his death. The body was
Sir ,Edward and LidyColhroole'ofEngland bay which'resulted in the catch of 10 cream soda, cool drinks, fine candies; Hotel'Miami ball room. Special attention embalmed --: t
by undertaker ,Nelson and '
il were guests at''the Royal immense bone 1sp'and one mammoth lunches served or put up! for excursion accompanied -
,
: given to deportment and ball-room
Palm this week. They left f Nassau pompano.! .< '1 parties; at DeB_ erry's, formerly/ etiquette. Visitors are welcome in the' by Mrs: Smith, Post office 'I "'\. ,1i. ,
J on,the !steamer today.t I iH cher'./'- '' 28jantf inspectors Hamlett & McGinnesa, and ., :
i ., o; Hon. Fran ''EJ\ Heath of New York, J afternoons. l1teblMr.and Dr. 8. iMusgrove;conveyed Urbana, $1
Prof.Northcutt will lead the'german D' .; Walter 9. Graham ,and F. E. Ohio
., who has been! 'spending. a fortnight in ) ; Dittmar for interment.
Mrs.
to,be given at" the Hotel Miami this the,city, \ileftjfor: ,his home this',morning Heath spent the sabbatb'} atthe{!popular G. of W'ash-- I. ;
ington, D. C., were the Plans .for the new Presbyterial'
evening be will introduce, ome''erypretty Peacock Inn, Cocoanut Grove among passengers j
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; He'wUl,, stop a.day each at Anko-
for Nassau Tuesday.' Mr DittmariSa church! have not yet left the hands of }
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The Doctor the
upwand novel figures., | na, ':Jupiter ,And] Jacksonville:;on his reports / nn
I business it wellfif.ed solicitor in American and foreign the architects. It seems to be' practically -
..: \\ '-YeSs;': Bemis and Watoon met their way,north. | I with flourishing a very select class, being of people. patents. This is their {first trip; 'o decided that the building will be '

1 Waterloo on Wednesday afternoon, :Wanted--T rent cottage: of from Florida, and they ate making a tour,of of natire stone, of ,moderate but entirely 1-
,Messrs. Lake and Anthony' beat them four.to seven ,rooms by a responsible On Sunday morning Messrs. Chase& the State, visiting! all the points of interest adequate size, commodious, and f' ,
Jin t two straight games ppf tennis.: | tenant. Address G. S. W, METROPOLIS Harney received, about 100 crates'of tomatoes including TampaJaeksonv1lle f , of sacb;elegance as the'means in-reach ;

-t. Saw and planing null rall'r"oad office '.| 1 decSltfVisitors from the/Keys: ; and 6 orange St. Augustine,Palm Beach, Miam.,and mark!I warrant. Canvas' for' funds, y. :'
above section on -; boxes.tff egg plants. The egg: plants a trip to Nassau, While not yet complete I t has proceeded ,
-i'just :house. LUmber, $9 areicor rally invited to attend they sold at the Royal Palm for 5 far '
-- ? | per so as to 'warrant begining, and
and .;. Eugene DeBogory.. ;,llfeb-tf the.dancing school in' the after- box. This beats New York prices.' Our manager and localj I editor this poshing the :work, and erecting; s

11 Avenue C,' between 10th and nth noons and,wil\ be Welcome,to dance after Burlingame, has been seriously. ill structure',somewhat-in keepingrwith '
x treets, has been paved.t Now; let the .lesson is over! Call and see' the We acknowledge an invitation':to be week, but is now' improving We regret the demands of Presbyterian taste and. ;,
photos of the children in present At the annual Bal ol to say that Mrs. Burl\\ is! Also -
>good,work go on until ;C avenue! ,is fancy. Masque game of the architectual reputation acquiredby s
paved to the new terminal,grounds] dances., <. I the St/Augustine RiflesJ t to vbe held ill. We sincerely trust they will this growing city. The .lots, 160
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both their normal
next Monday evening in the Casino fully recover health
,
: of'the Messrs.'Boney, &; Roberts, the MiamiHotel..druKglst feet square,on the corner of Avenue Band 1
--Vice-president; J* R. Parrott, St. Augustine, and regretj that a pressof in a few days. We desireto acknowledge '
street have
been
jEast Coast Railway, and SupsrintenGoff -' ,are having the rooms .business will compel our absence. thanks to the Rev. EL V. Black- Elejentb cleared
of the same line, arrived here last formerly- occupied, \,',by Mr. Cohen re man for valuable aid during the illness, ready for building' operations, which

,. :night in!Mr. Parrotfi .private car., J- paired., So soon as' the work is completed - / The, yacht Hazel, Capt. A. F: Smith, of,Mr, Burlingame., have been committed to a subcommittee -
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,they will move their,large for chatter by day or week for fishing appointed by the building com '
j i Senator,M. S. Quay, with a P.rty.pt' drugs there.t I stozCk'.of excursions At City .Dock! or address "'Alligator Joe," last Sunday, took mittee elected by the congregatIon. in {
friends, came down frpm St. Lucie and hotel P. O. B x 300. 28jan-tf Mr. and, Mrs. L. A. Reiser and party, December Mast. ; this sub-committee i
spent a day fishing on the bay' The The new at Nassau, the to a point about: one and: one-fourth consisting Dir.W'R. Barney the
party.came in Mr. Quay's private''car.' nial, will be built. partly of brick/and General Lawrance and party,-:who miles south of New River;'on an a11n .-: Treasurer of the church, and the jBe| ,.

: ; tiewingmachlnefora partly of ;woodf:' Its construction in have been spending some time here 1 gator hunt.' After a bard;, fight they: Dr., W.. W. Faris,.its pastor., _
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Ifyoui'want a part of wood is absolutely in .
necessary his beautiful yacht "Ibis, } left a 'day succeeded in capturing' an ,8J foot ,t-
cash or 'installments call on, J. 'W.Erickson order,to_have'it ready by ther,first ,of or two since for a cruise in the Gulf o f crocodile and 13 small aligators. The,. Arthur:-Haigh, Esq., who resides at

A.\'enue'D., between 10th and 11th street January: next; ,| \ Mexico.) Last night they returnedand party returned in bight\ glee, and I Cat Key Bahamas, arrived .in port on

on U "llfeb-tfj 1 I S. .4. BakerfJs" feening :oysters in the Ibis lies at anchor inthelIiami praised, in the most complimentary Wednesday charter schooner. He "

({Messrs., H.J. Egger the; services of Mr. Geo. fe.Bumph t friend, F\\ C.Mitchell,,,who is en routeto
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Avenue,. ppOsite HotelMiami. .: B. ;Knott, s superintendent of ':th Australia
of 'Mr. Sydney, to Miami where the
Titnsville.
Rnmpl,1 .is .. :ilJan-lmo-hs and f '
East Coast Hotel System, 'arrived .in rived in Miami few could take the train for,his
veil and favorably known in this,vicinitj. a days since t< journey
f ;... ,.. ,,,\'Mr.A-, P., ,PaintJr, Florida Advertising the city 'Tuesday. He, registered at spend the winter.', Mr. Beebee will tx acrbss the continent. Cat Key where
; Agent for tn a Clyde Steamship the Hotel Royal Palm. A broad smilecreeps pleasantly remembered by many of out Mr, Haigh resides is less than 60 miles ,
|;Mr. J. P. Beckwitb, traffic)manager r Company, arrivra I Friday, night otter his face, as he looks upon citizens as be spent last year at tb 1 from Cap Florida He left his home .

,o> the Florida East Coast Railway; re1, from Jacksonville' e',' ,.registered at Hotel the well, filled rotunda and the long Hotel Miami. Mr.. Beebee js a retired at 9 o'clock I p. m!; Tuesday and t anchored i..
turned from Key West .oo Wednesday Biscayne?" left, northward bound, list of arrivals. | cotton broker. 'He left- --New Yor in1\ the bay at 9 o'clock"tPed _'

'abd is pleasantlj-located at the' Royal on_ Monday .ort ing t. ', The Hotel Miami's regular'Friday, some weeks agO, going' down oath nesday morning; ,making\! the run in

., l'.Alm, : : l t We are orry'tol\note that'MrjA.E' night hops are one 'of the popular lea- west coast and spending a f w days at twelve hours; Mr. Mitchell could of

:!Last",Wednesday Messrs. iWe'.4. Kingsley, Mrs. Julial' :D. Tut tie's . tures of' this winters' tourists season Tampa and Key -West; but Miami's l! course have gone Nassau and takena
:Barney.receued from Plantation y agent; who has been confined general to Last Friday night the large casino,wa charms,have brought him back steamer for Miami; but as Mr. Haigh '

and Key I.argo 100 crates of tomatoetw : his room forseveral! {weeks; with rheumatism well filled with merry' dancers. .W ich predict a'rousing bouse'full'and a Mrs Annie E.Dupe datigh- as far;from Cat Key as Miami, hence it
tbejr packed and forwarded to jol
of the heart, has not been' so .,., ter'Miss Maude\June -.
Dupe the
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J was much pore convenient to to
northern markets. .If time tonight. come
i \ several ,
Well for dkya.Be '
: {? i '< ented'elocutionist, who have I been visitors this p rt.. :Mr1. Haigh spent several ,"
'..Bicyclesorsale' or rent at Bakers I) /' sure and go'\''to the concert;at the Professor Nortbcutt ;comes to oo r to our fair city,'for the! past three winters on'; Bay Biscayne before, pun'i

opposite .Hotel Miami. -21Jan-lmoh-, -, Houseltee r Club.l. Cocoanut Grove city highly recommended as a teache months,'expect fo leave Tuesday 'for chasing bis island...bome. His many ,
''audf., -- *' 1'l\ next Wednesday'\ tit. Tickets only of dancing the past sbc; wintershe West Palm Beachv where they will friends at'\Miami and Cocoanut Grove
25 35 has conducted large classed in all the tarry for a few days; ; they :Will then' ,
.t 'Joe:Jefferspn,. the actor and warm' and o cents;which includes transportation verej glad to grasp his hand again.
personal friend of Cleveland is via launch from :Miami. to leading; cities of Florida' and! the press s proceed homeward, stopping-|for a few,: He expects to sail for Cat Key this t
big catches of fish from the Palm making Beach Cocoanut Grove and return,' speaks of 1{ .' I and i j an up-to-date tei cher.< If: meet such 'genialJadiea as(:Mrs. ands first subscribers to the Mrntoroua and
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pier and pronounces. the sport "the Bring your advertising and job work 1 wish to correctlnow i -
you 'j; dance. MisssDapee, and trust'that
twe they keeps informed as to the news of this
pest in the world.Y to to the MiTRoroLis office : .' .. I ,
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.4. jrourcbance.. : , \, will soon visit our;city again; section through oar columns p a t.
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: make the trip from New York in less IN LEGISLA TURt&. ' Pay Your Taxes.L ..
INEST? I IN. THE \WORLD\ than two THE '
_____ days.' 1 The city tax collector will be athis, f
FiMtsr'poTKL IN THE WORLD. : Only three members',of the Michigan office in the Council Chamber every day Ii
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.. [pic professions i t I \ 'l'h.n 'v' hotel is' to be railed "The house voted: against at\ ,bill to pay IS.from 8 to 10 a. m., from this date until

IT U sT STirSms s i 1 l sli "f T I Colonial." it will be built partly of bounty of one per cent.'a', pound on beet the first Monday in April to receive

Will be the New Colonial Hotel at American stone and partly of, stone sugar. : I payment of city taxes. The tax books
The Minnesota house asp34-'Ied'a bill' close on the first Monday April tf
quarried in the Bahamas. American
Nassau the of
Capital
, 5 I' to require t&e daily porting of the
4' 1 the Bahamas.. workmen will build it, Mr. Flagler being tames of officers and stockholders a of I Bay Front For Bale

Giro.': M"ROBBIKS! WALTKR 8.; GRAHAM 'I: of the opinion that with 1,000 men all corporations,. with the amount ofsockhebd Twenty-one acres with a frontage o
I : 400 feet on the BaY A splendid piece of
. -' 'I from this country he ran complete it ,
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' I I ; land lying between the place of B. B. Mo
.i. ROBBINS & : GRAHAM CO.;; Sir\ W F. Haynes-Smith' Interviewed About I ina year. building c contemplate a \The North \1 Carolina house of'represented Cormick and that of A. R,"Simmons,

,t I i the Matter on His Way to England.,; five-story ( the colonial 'es/haa/ passetla\lt,requiring: all i Booth of Cocoanut Grove. The finest

Attorrl e sa.La.. .. \ )\ stI". ouse will (contain fiveinndred teachers in the public schools to read 1 i I piece of land for sale on the Bay for the '
Toots
---- each of which will contain aloud to their',pupils at 1 least'(Vice each j I money. Price &SOOL Will take .one-

MIAMI, DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA From the New York Journal: t year the constitution of ;the Unified half cash, or*only on -th cash if necessary
a bath-t AH the site fa on t rd.
oom.
\ t -- ,that \ .' ,
VU1 In all cbu'rtl.5tat' and Federal States and of the state. 1
r special practice facilities .exlmlnlnc and perfecting I T THIS ttnje( next: the side of a bill, rather a new plan is Tbe Kansas. legi.slahlre. Inot furBishing I 2-18-tf BOBBINS k. QBAHAU.jr ;

Laud Title tte bUII\ the cnly complete ,year, the inland: to be followed in the construction of I t .iin.-- i *
bvri! >ct book.covering $oith IMde ( the only fun. In\the I : Bueklen's
and receive daily reports Ifom the 'OuntYI J 4 of New Vf o',v idence i- the b ll.rooOli It .will be,partially underground cnhouse recently a bill to fine onnedi"l Arnica. Salve. _
the Circuit Court at Juno bowing all ,land r The best salve in the world for cuts,
.a transfers All the certified Abitracti Title the largest but .110 arranged that the ers of eagles tras opposed by .
bruises ulcers salt rheum feversores t
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f mouth Dade county are made at our MiamiGEO.A.WORLEY of the Bahamas whole floor cart be seen from the aide- of North Stonmgton, who said that '::, sores, ..
otgce., j 1"ti-hf. ,tetterchapped hands ehilblal us,
\ will practically walk. The people of the Bahamas "eaglea get their teeth into everything i corns and all skin eruptions and positively i.

'l, f be, hi the have never seeii\ an ll"vator'and are not they can lay [heir hands on." '' I I cures piles, or no pay required.It -j-

i f hands! of .\.m"ri- very ( the.electric light. A Minnesota' statesman has offered'lal' I[ i* guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction -
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.. things bill providing for the appointment OfW'' or money refunded. Price 23 i
.Attoiaeqataw.Grnerrl /
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cans. It will bea All these! will be put in.1tr. "
procure in State. and Federal Court. ) I' state phrenologist at a salary of $.,000\; cents per boll For sale by Townley
All bimmesi entnuted gill receive,prompt at- i' peaceable> rein- Klagler declaring) that he intends. a year, with, a'$1,500: assistant,' and an 1 Bro.I lOdeelyPLACES
tvntion. Agent for ] ,. none. make the superiortoany of
t, - quest, but hotel upon expense fund $8,000 a year at their I -

QKRMANIA LIFE. INSURANCE. -COMPANY the ;j lew, a complete one. Henry M. the American ontint. l t. disposal, their business to be the exam L OF INTEREST.To -
of New'Tork.r
All kinds of lite lapel writ eu.. Ofllo*,,over I Flakier, the Standard Oil magnate, I Tie Bahama!r are the nearest groupto ination." of "not I\less than 2.(>00 beads r', I :

i O'h.mce. 'I5tK.t.h"yr'nLLlA3I :'fa the man who has brought about this! the American continent of all;the year. Be Seen IB and About Miami and Hscarnir

In the relations of. the COII I- Whit India h atldJ.. The largest/ is I \lh>' lie U.. r.a'4I. \ Ba7. :.
,: scbrr comioN' H, BBOOME: charge Miles.
i And he has done it partly by New Providence'of 'which Nassau fs Glbba What are you loafing about King Tarpon and Spanish Mackerel Fishing 19KapTtt .
SCOTT & BROOME, town at this time of,night for?'' t ol the Miami.... . ........ -.. .,...:. .. 4 -
purchasing from the British Government the capital. It| also the seat ot \
t goernnient.
f The Florida Everglades' ...............I..n, 4
Dobbs 'Fraid'to' borne. told, .. .. ............
1 .A.ttorn.eys-a.t- for $7 .ooo, the immense building The Bahamas, among Europeans tfo Wire' Seminole Indian Camps! ... .. t
to be and remember ,\ The flinch Bo,.l and tn. *
NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE at Na3?an't>n the land of Xew have a great reputation for genial me sure something rape Florida and the Old Light.......,...... 8
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is Will practli-e In all State ar. ; Ihederal Court. and I've forgotten hat it was. \ Fovi Rocks Light . . .. .... ... ........ ...,W
I Collections. promptly attended toLOrncK Providence, known as the Royal, Victo climatic conditions; but Americans Gibbs-It: uaaa't groceries, was it? I' The Florida Reefs'. ... ....:...... ........-....,,15 ..
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oRR BANK or BVT BISCATM! : rte Hotel. He intends to demolish the }have generally passed! them togo: Dobba No. i 1\I ThecoralUardens DeepSea Fishing t :'..--'.....90' 113

1 M 11:]une-97-tf '.1 buildingat' once and upon its site build either to Bermuda or to Cuba.) The Gibber-Babv food, tacks or theater. Bear Cut .. .. ..i. ::::::t:-:::::::: :.,, :' 4
,' mall I!l Norrls.L'ut........:.: ... Fe..... *
.1 ATKINSON what\ he declares will be tin finest population is although the soil ticket? i Csesar's Rock and Creek ... .:,,....... ?........ S5
JAB T. SANUKB4 ulr F. hotel the world.: The work will begin is fertile. i Dobba-Xo.bq tI, have jw t though tofit. EllIott's Key .. ..\..........'.........*Ar.. 25.
)lin j I Key Largo ..... ..i..--................. ...... 3D f
'M' SANDERS &: ATKINSON \t. once,and will give immediate The site on the old hotel stand 'iGibbsWnat < 1 The }anting Grounds........ ...: ... ..... 15
whip WeB It? sam Filer'sOrove.4. .... ....w.........,.:... .. \\t
employment to nearly one thousand U one-eighth 'ofia; mile from 11msea, rememberand Little Kiver. ..-' ...1.. .... ...';.*'............... ''s' 1It 1\
aMV Dobbs-She wanted me to .. ., .. ...... .. .. ...
Attorneys and Counselors ,. Americans.' The building is to.'be finished and commands the.entire island, a Swell Arch Creek .. ;I .; .H. IS'I
) .. come home early.Tit-Bits. Natural Brldge..1\ tl ..I....._,... .. ,I
Office In Rooms'' I and',, 2. ,\by January 1899. : as the harbor. Mr. Flagler andhis Cocoanut Grove. .. ....4 .. .. .;. .

, I i'\ Brown Brink Building 'The| .Governor of the Bahamas architects, arejnow' 'Nassau. Could Stand ill-He.1tb . I Lemon City...:...::.::.1.. :::::.:.. 14BnenaM'ta ; .:::.::: :.::.. !

s 214 tills {MIAMI FLA. ..__.... .. ...... ... .. ,. .
: : Sir William F.'llay K.C. M. ... . She;-Kissing isuuhealthy.] 'Cutler . -. .t. ..;. : h is
nel.Smith .
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I(The Royal Palms. ..:.........i.r( .............. 5
G. w! at the Waldorf-Astoria. Si'r' -Curative Power'. .of. Sleep. He-rLefg, get slt'k.-N., Y.1Journal.liaptslaed \ The Giant Bamboos:.:.......: .......:....... b

: !to, A. R. Simmons; 1 t WIllia'n' is" on his way, to England. In an article e \entitled 4iThe Slumber. Customer don't It how. I I I 1 ,Wild WI1dOraage.WiktLemon.Lime Groves.--.:':...+..::::::::::::.: .I" '
see anVbollrcan Baker's Hanlover : 15
:., Attor.eytLaw: w..re1he will be appointed High,Com* ;Cure contributed to Health Culture, handle a stock of :glass like I' Snake Creek ::::::::::.:*-.>::::::::::::?_: 20
t .1 missioner the island of Cyprus \ Delis big[] The Crocodile Fond.. .......... ..... 10 I '
rL': COCOA'NtTr GROVE. FLArOfflc \\to New York. November\ by T.. Os this without doing a lot of breaking. 1 House Refuge... .....:' ....... .....::........ 10 \.
1#\ \ position equivalent to that of Governorof ward, the author asserts the sovereign Persuasive Salesman They can't t Indian Creek and Oyster Beds.--...... 10
!' The Old Ruin on the Miami...... ........... a
1A j t at Resldenee \ \ llybi theicountry. When' he was'.s..en'yesterday efficacy of ,sleepto a great variety ofComplainta..Ilet ma. m. Two firm broke all to p Tees Fort Dallas.... , .
r he confirmed the news of the trying handle this lot. 'I i A Cruise on the Bay of Florida and :Among.
;.i fi \ says: 11.at.sbr i theKeys. ......< ...., ,. .. ....... .....
f \ ueo.'W..Allen.* i( sale aspublished!| d ten days ago in the "Brain-work succeeds best while theactivity'of we cant sell it so* cheap.-falcago Trib- 1 The Florida'Gulf" Stream.4 f;.'.................. ;-r-
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Eight Hour Sail to the Bahama Banks
UDe. j
Florida Times-Union and Citizen adding ,
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\ the boor ts reduced to an
f \.A.tte; at ,:r.&w,
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that he had acted for the British -
\' ,indispensable minimum. The mind \ \ :

!\i* KT WEST, fu:, Government In'the matter. is never' clearer than Jn th.e'mornif'g"! ,
t , FLorIdaast ,4
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Will practice. in nil the CourtBJBtate; and Sir William refused \to discuss a report ):when the work of digestion! is finished; tRyr
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[\, ;Federal. r 'I 1 19tf. that the British Government was and for similar're"sons digestion pro-r \

\ \ losing interest in the Bahamas as a while the'braid Time .
ceeds most prosperously Tabl. No. 11-IB reel .January 17. 18 &
\ S. Mills Fowler, IM.r D.HOMffiOPATHlST dependency1', and purposed to reduce is at rest. Mental distress'almosf paraljzes I 1. ,

: the expense'':of its establishment there, the bo 'sly or sensitive indiUdnals -' t .SOUTH BOI1ND.. I : NORTH BOUND'BTATWN& : t

but such to be the fact. The I \ '
appears : and a/business man of acquaintance '
my'
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t forts wh'job once guarded the approaches / denies'' ,himself to all No.l'E DallY fiof'e 8TAIONS.y: 'Naf4'Na86No fie

13tti street, bear,Avenne B to. the!\harbors, havejbeen allowed to the three hours >r L Jacksonville." _.,.. 7 40a e-2Oa 11 mp.OOp! L Miami .._.. .. :... ... 8 0t 8:..... ......
1 coiners 1 1 Chronic Diaeasea a specialty. fall into; disrepair, and hardly any dinner, lessen the risk of .his,dyspepsia ... . 845x110 Ha .. . .... ." J't.Laud'rdale. ...... I. ... ... ...... ..._. ,
27ang-lf 1 of ja military establishmentnow e 1- J. LbatOD.. . .. .. 'l.9a! .: .:. ..,.... ...... .;..., .
\ 1 pretense) \ !! bung, aggravated 'by unwelcome Palatka.,"l'.... 'Ma!, .. .., .. -li -.......... u., T .. ..,,.. ......, a
\ remains' on any of the islands. L.P a iatka... .. .. 9ma'10 45a .+,, A W Palm Beach .
l Dr. Jas. M. :Jackson, Jr., new; . The healing and soothing I _}--? iL Palm Beach Ina... :':::181& .::::: ::::::
The hotel, a great structure of the can work beat advantage 40p 1240p Poinciana
< of to Royal
\ nature
MIAMI of the' ( almost facility L San Mateo.:. :', ::: : : :uSa 8 0Sa : ",; ; .: w W- Palm Beach :fJ8; : :::::: ::.f.:- ,Jt
country, was
gray stone nneddlesome
.I.It \ while mind ",
-- Westluptter.-- :... .:.... ..
.1 FLORIDA.: the last relie'\>of British )interest in the ; but LEastPalatka: ,.. .. Sma111ma! .... ... ...... ".." a..f. S lOa'I...... .... .I....
,not only forbear interference, ignored L0nn0r4 ., ... .:... .. 10 Obit ....'. ..:. Stuart.. ....-... t ....... ..,.. ....
i"j ,Office at Present: t't'l. '' Bahamas'and now.that. has.been.sold ; her proceedings altogether, and o. ria irons : ....'. I062a 1 L p . .. ...".. .. Je .: ........... 10(ilAal ..._ .....'. ....
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1OWNLEY BROW DRUG STORK. to an A \ "PrtSOrange.... .. ... .. 12! . ... ..... : Edenh. ........... ..IOHa .. .... .........:
I l. mric"en. / consents. ,to underthe temporaryeclipse .13111. ,..... 11 \t6a 1411p ... ... ..,..\ Port Pierce.-.._:...IJII9a12111J ...... ...
i BRITISH. / Oak .... 218p ....:.. ...., 5t Lucie ... f 1043a I..... .;...
-. : THE of.slumber orof a deep fainting TitaavtUe...'........ 18 clap 2 ... .. ....a'Sebastiah.\ ... .... ...l1h .""'" ._.. .. ....
: DR. R. E. CHAFER, 1 Mr..."F1 first Hof /the fit. 1 Imo City PoiA........... a ....1..t ...... ,". Melbourne...:...... 12 202p. ..,. ..... .
.t.f ,.
I Y' glef thought! 1 . .. ..... . .'. '. ..j 53p... ...... .. .. ku GaIJie. : It.'p t Up;.1..... ...... '
:. :L DENTI:ST. plan! which he has now earned: into.effect "Even thus the 'animal soul' avails K e. Ho'ts' llMp 8 . ... ..... Rockledge Bo'le..11. .2 .... .... _
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lts..l' .. .. !! .. ... ... .' .1 Cocoa. ._ _..,... 13o .. .. trt..... .. ..
a year alb. He mad anybffer to of blest periods( of noninterference Meiboonalrupe... ..... .. 142p 4 .....I....... t CI } Point._. ,_.. .. .... .-.. ......
Office in lUnleraon' Block, northeast. the'.British authorities to buy the hotelat 1 and, it is a suggestive fact that M Sebastian,.: :..., . . 'r' 5B 21p .... ( .: .TiturnDe........... lSi'E.142PI.r8t. -. ...
Lnci ._........f lap .. .... :- .- Oak Hill ... :..: .... ...;.-..
,1. cArnerAvenne J) and. 13th streetf their o'wn price.. They anted to in; emergencies, of mortal danger the. M Fort Pierce.. ...,. 602p 819p. ..._4t,,... ," New Sm'rDa.: U5p I F.... ..;
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.tl. | ..Edell. :, .... ...... ... ,. . .1... .. I" Pon OraDp.. ...'. 3iSp-: -... ... ...... ......
l. know what he wished to/do with it, healing All-motlier beginsher work by : -. . : ... ... .1.a 83 2p> :. ... _. ytona .. .-..... IOlp a. .. ....
; : and .}fr.'4l: Flagler told 'them he would I knocking; the.meddle* silly-in order to enarn i.M. ... .. 'Z03p ......... ..'...". ,'tOm1ond;.... *. . .. .Wp blip .\,... .:.:..
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: John S. Frederfck( i BubeBo11Dd ...f. : : 78>p. ... I -
I pull \Intake aparftof the site get her bands wholly' free. .A correspondent West lupit8l' . . . 1481) ...''". ",...". I'sj' ..tea... .. ... HOp 7 SOp ..,. ... ..;...
Beach 4 tip, Baa 1Iateci. . ... .. ... .
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Ciiil EngineerNotary : alitlLSur jor, and, build! \ !large hotel t in .some other of mine, who is subject to tW.PaJm. Inn.. 606PI \ jwp _.42op-. '''
: The of ':asthma often;: Poinciana./. 5lOp . Pal&tka." ,. .... lOOp UOp ......
of the idea attacks spasmodic 5F--
: Public tor State at'Laree. t part);, town. was ;.so } : W.Palm Beach..i. 6 2up PalaLka ..1.t .. .. . S lop 6 alp .. .
45 ; 8tartllng'.f'ba Si /Willam passes a whole. afteru0on on suburban ...... :. 825p---------------L- t _-r- -:.:::.:.:.:: .
,*Particular Attention given to.Sn -Diria. Haynes- ,' Wland'rda1e...... \ ... '\\Ea PaJatka. .. ... 188p lBOp ...... ....;.
\ ': lag large tracts ," \ SmitWrefue'tftstto entertain such trolley-cars, knowing|rolD experience N ......... . :st. Augustine6 8O-, 712i> .. ;
5- : : Office 20th St,-near. .At. Dsouth aida. 'a-, after that the rocking nibtiAn and' the sightof LemonClt)... ... ... ... .. : 8t. AulUJlt1ne. . 8 Bhp--------11 00.. 'S'tSp .
rproposltiouI5nt j 'corre8pond'I -
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121tf. ;:FLORIDA. 1 1 AKlamL :! 7 . .. .. .. Jackaonvine... .... 7 43p .. .._ U 000 'v6p
.with his he monotonous street*, are apt to .result
1
government reported Flag Btation. Trains op on signal. t Fag stadont Tra1u stop OD aignaLaot
'( that*it 'was. not averse to the sale A, in'cat-napa: and That the.shortest T ado'not stop at stations. where thus !f reins ahown do Dot stop at stat10u when- time 1endt

tiOUNIRONOWITTEB, 'l .few days tgp, tie property was transferred nap of that sort ia sufficient t)-: reek Trafa 25 between Jaeksonvitle and Miain Train 81 between 1Jt. Augustine and Jaokscod
daily, -
except 8unday: vllJe daU7' ,
$ to,'//Mr. Flagler. He bad previously .the spell of dtfgpnopatbe distressing Train 85 between Jacksonville aDd Ifiam Trains B6 and 8., Bt.'Augustine aad J'acUoa-

TAILiQROyer : : ,' apprised the Government that he difficulty to draw a- full breath of life- may.Trtln 3;between 1 D.iueaDd8t.A. vine Train Bail>"i: COMPOSED'EXCLUSIVELY 0.

. 29 years experience. 'I j: had abandoned{ pis intention of building air.- i : .. 1 tine xceplJon 1' Put..UlANO.R8. I
Metropolis Building MtunL : suftlcient'to'relieve CMPOSED UCLUSIVE&Y OF PULLMAN Train n between Miami and 8t. AupatiDe
on another site and would, put'uphis "A mere cat-nap ia also\
1 Full Stock ,,Samples of *1I Latest Weaves : daily,except shnd y.
,3' ,liy-ls I hotel on the'site of the old one. sick headaches, dizziness, tine Train dail7.EI between Jacksonville' and St.Angus' Train i1. 8 between Miami and J'ackIoa\'We-

"Tfie;' Standard .Oil magnate seems to spasms. of colic and }fiearalgia; and BUmT PARLOR CARS' ON TRAINSPARLOR- r CABS; ,ON' TRAINS ,l/
WmVar.n
1.jt, .d e,.J be actuated by two' motives in J invading protracted slumber: -fi e"orsir hours! .:I AD18. _

: the, -Bahama*, pne is to prove to the of dreamless sleep-has saved more ...-. JO... ...... ... ....... CiI7 "{--' Or..ge. C1ir J......,...... flew

a H .CONTRACTOR. American.people that it is not necessary than one life',that uid{,pot have beenas J..etl... \ "aur... /

't I 1! HTBock Work and Blasting.Specialty/:/ 'fo.r' them' to. go to Europe to escape much as respited Jby any drug. .STATImi8. Ida liN k. \ No.' No.4

| ;MIAMI, FLORIDA.' .1i. the rigors'Of' a Northern winter; Chronic diarrhoea has been known to ewemyrna .. ;.... 12..6 IOleaa15p L TOraoJ": TAiON .,........'ll(
4\\ the'other it because be think the yield to that specific,and in many.kindsof t.Lake Helen...:.....;... 14.5.11I3Ia! 4 OopLy.Orange qty .. .. ............12 29p 4 Mii
| country -
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KstlmAtes furnished on Application lb" 1S ........ .,..
Orange Cif7. J3J.l IZ02pj HlpLT., Lake Helen. ............: ..Iii u..p
has i' great future for American fevers too. everything is gainedif Ar. Orange my Junction... 172.0 121Op, 415p{\Ar.:New Smy :'ia.... ? ... 125p a Sip

1 OYSTERS-I OYSTERS!. OYSTERS colonists. ,)lrl j Flagler has already made I', the patient cant be' Helped\ a few .AD trains betWeen New Smyrna and OraDge! An tramS between Orange Clty'Janetioa u4

:. Served: In 'any style at1 any hour in the the l east, coast OJT Florida:to America hours of.deep slumber without 1 the'use qty Junctiou: daily except 8uud&y. !New Smyrna. \ dally, except sanday./ _

J. day from& a. m.to 11 p m. Best in the what tbe narcotics. Monotonous .work, -
BiviWaj he of purposely
\,market&: cents Careful attention to \ Europe, and .

tk Hotel all. Also Rockledge!! nice rooms, at on reasonable board I Floating rates.. regard;: his new purchase asl'the cap- continued 'to they| verge of.fa-' KEY WEST AND: l} HAV NA: ,

Give me a call., / .LJ. atone. of his p in; \ tigue may help to relieve insomnia\ ,

t I. Turnage's Restaurant Not tbe least of Mr Flagler's and. in obstinate cases. the applicationof The steamship City of Key! West of the Florida'' East\Coast Steamship Company leave
j part .
Miami for Key West on Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train from J. kSonviUe -
S. S Foot of Avenue D, near.Chmeae Lana. ., 'plan for the peaceable capture and exploitation warm winding-sheets to the feet aDd ,making connection at Key West with steamers, f9r Havana. Leave Key West t..>>
'1 dry. &no-tf, -b moi Ibe i Mead 'promote the In m. (standard, time on Tuesdays, Thursdays; and,Satnraavsi.arriving Miami next morning.
\ of Bahamas by'Ameri- cloths to the will time to connect with north,bound train. 1'.IT '

} .IT. .A. .N'K'S' cana' is:.the establishment of'a new same purpose ,by alleviating the"engorgement \ .

.. . steamship line! both between. this port of the blood-r\ ,ssels-. :

4 .. I weanafactaaU.iF and Nassau;-and between Miami, Fla., '"Opiates only mock the:patient with I N SAUNVP-:' .

kinds and sizes and Nassau. One boat: the Miami bual.r'ea the of reliefj/iaudannm )
oldS appearance ; bannary
'" Service to Nassau N.-P. (Bahama Islands, inautrutated 17.1SIB.by the & S.
been' built!\.for the work; She paralyzes the digestive organ, and, hot Miami,especially built for paaaenger traffic between)Miami.Fla,and Nassau.

c Cypress
r her, trial 'trip bas', broken all records of natural slumber, but goads the brain nl.Weekly January 17th to February llth.J SemrVTeekljl;l U&q.Jth.to February 12th.4'ii .
% q for ,coastwise steamships. Tbe vessel into fever-dreams, more permanently -Week) February 14th to March 25th. Trt-Weekly February 15th to March 26th. .
\ 8tm1-W..k1J',March 29th to April 12th. jStdnl ] BOth to 13th. -
I. Weekly. March April }
;iTaks .made
fi"'" .. proving be seventeen and a I I .Ie. I 0 < ':
: quarter These Time Tables show the times at which trains and baste may be expected arrive and :
J knots an iibur. .Ai\lorder\!\ for a similar OFFICR STATIONERY your cork depart from the several stations and ports,but their arrival or departure at the times >
6. H. DiYIS : reapondence be a credit to This stated U not guaranteed nor does the Company. hold. itself. responsible tor,say delay or,any ..
& SSONri has been you.
: boat given to tbe Cramps. is .osseqaences arising therefrom.' t ; 28/Weat J\* : ". ,
,1\t\t :' P_Palatka, Fla.134634pd. and wben it tarnished! 'it,'also,will be That not executed possible'witb at the METROPOLIS poor stationery.ufllce "For copy of local" time card call.' at Bay i Street.Jacksonville I % *or address. '4{* "

: rltiforCstalogae. placed ia_the service.., These boat' can. .is;0. K. and up-to-date. 'J.P.B>IiCHWI'fH- ,-- ,u.nr.. / J.pBABNEB.AJBt.a .Ps..eeager" lgair; 1

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THE MIAMI M TROP LIS ',FEB. fl 1898. 'S

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J I HOT WAKTED.He '. r.. lli
For Sale. ,
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Boiler, engines and other machinery.
t \ ' R. 1L )(U RO&, v hf i '-i i

7jl\ntf.hll Cocoanut IJ r6 vet I V
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th A EAST qOASTSYSTP : : Foreclosure*- of'Mortgage.t' 1

/ IN TBi CtBCCIT COURT Or THE Sara J0B

1, JTAL CIRCUIT or Fuming'
uti
Dana Coc.vrr-li[CH.A.NCnr J '
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.__ 8arah'ti.Oleaaimn and her : F1B. .

husbandWilliam B. |. I 7r'

.. ." \ REACHED. ONLY VIA, ; \ :, William fiteaaon.TB S. Lintontnd. }I'''Bm of for AI01'Foreclosure. . '

..The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville, to Miami. The;:Miami and ICey West Steamship ,:Line/from( : Miami Ida M.LIand his wife
to Key Westj Parlor car buffet service now nuininff. ''' Jacob Probst,et al. I \
'. : ', :,;. ,>.:. :It appraring'J by the affidavit of W.nll.I. reason -
1. attorney for the complainants In I llie above
NQw OxNKEY '- .
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'r f entitled cause,,that the defendants,,Hlliin S. a
: \,, \ : ; L I :'s.;: r :i :' LInton and Ida M. Linton, hit wife Jacob 1Q
WEST Hotel: rfey West 'U.i s, a'aval Station. ': : Charlei .
; -i-: : Probst and Mr Jacob Probst his wifc Y
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'' i. II.McLaughlin and Mrs.Charles II. McLangb..
I ASSAUTew S8.i 'Miami from Miami; Abroad In a night. :
,: \ ,, . .. "rt\- ( lin.bis wife John B. Rice and Midi:Jol. n B. ,
Rice his wife,Thomas A. Slack. R.& e-
: Royal Palm, : ;- ; ; ' }Crump \ .
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> ; andMrs.R.O. Crump his wife, are jnon-reil- :-Will to
you present me :your
AIIAIIlHotel. Biscay, /'Bicycling, swimming, tubing*I bunting. 'r t fv5 ., dents of the State of F'orida, but are' residenfs' mother? L '
.
.1 I I I! .1-' -- *: 1 of the United States and that Mrs William E.

f-f .] Casino Swimming, Pool,/ \\1 ; \ .- J / :;-.t: -.;, - Caton wife of William E. Caton has[been1 aby She: -Sh says she bas. no use for you, ,
-
\ Up-to-Date. +
sent from the State' of Florida lor .
/ more than
.,? ; Royal, Pinciana|' It r :1i.rJ: .' sixty days next preceding the application for .A A.J'Jac PraY.d. .

PALM BEACH Palm Belch Inn, Ic'clillg. 'oir. Winter ( ean Bathing. : :) .- this order,of publication, but Iff a re Idenlof Wherever weeds happen' to grow the best'-

:/ '\ .. ,... the State of Florida, and tat there is no persnnjn I. the place for fruit. Tf you wish tote t Fp
-.-, CasinoSwimmingPool 1, ; : '. f.a.:sub- The saying Just note how a widow leads r
k \ I \ T6 orange blossoms tier widow's weed! "
: po-na upon whom would bind aUC defend-
ORMOND- TheOrmbnd.4 ,Bicycling,:and Ooll.r" / iii; }," aPt*,'or!Uh'er of them, and'!that said defendants . _'. '. ",:""Yellow.Boo1LBroke '
y
>
v 'JHotel.Al:i I I azar, ; .: \ ,1 ,. ." :'j ;\% "'... _are each over the age of twenty-oik' yeani the ;Record. .
I /- It is therefore ordered that, the .ald1def'ende "He broke the record for continuous ,

ST. AUGUSTINE--Ponce dej\ Leon/ r.i i<;cling: swimming, golf, huntln, and fishing,. 't.i ants do appear above ttrand answer the Bill jOf Com fast riding." j .. '
plaint in the 'entitled cause upon the '
"Yes; he,:was arrested six day aiasnc-
Casino Swiinining Pool, : .. .1. First Monday, March.A.D. 1898.1 se&sionfor.. iscorohing' Ga
Cycling
\ the same being tbe'7tb day of said month,at '
Bend to the General Offices;St. Augustine,''for Souvenir, Folders of the Edst Coast." \ .L, the oMce of'the Clerk of said,Court, in Juno, zette. '. :' i ,

Dade Co.,Florida. pi!\" {hAnd SII..ee Is Gal. ..1 ,
C. $ Eist
St.N'OTT General Superintendent Florida Coast Hotel System. '
.
.
it to further this
2.24.1fC-tHis.svmo. 'I I ord.reeJitb.t ;rder ofpublication Dodo--Now tell mellwhatdoyoupeopie ( .
-. - be published la the "MIAMI Mi- think of me? i i i f f'PenguIn"And tE
'I >
; 100 Rooms. feet of broad The'Surprise oCA.lI. taoeoua" a newspaper published iniliamlv| .

\ ; # pUzzis.Hotel office hr South complete Florida.' Mr. James Jorjea, or the drug firm of consecutive Dade County weeks., Florid, our '' a week* for i five for life?; Not"muehl,, makeycJ1-- t.Bitsi; -mf enemy' i

I JotiPR Jfc Son, Coarsen, Ill, in speaking of { .-i-
Large light, airy 6lniog-roow.i
111 Done and ordered Juno,j>ade County. "
-I' -I' Fla, When Ii. ,1'
i : el'M" Dr. King's New i'1COver,1I8)'S that last He Get ,
I .B"O.'t a.m. TABLE UNSURPASSED. winter bis wit4 was attacked jni.th La [SEAL.| this 29th 4 dayof!i JanuaryA.D.'' !i Yiaitor-Does"matnra'give you any. '..

Bates ward. $2. 0" per day and up Grippe, and her cone grew so serious that 1SWJ QUIY JY. 'thing; for:>> .being a good boy t
A.1F.
i s. GRAHAM(1 Prop'r. 'physicians at CofdpD and Paiiii could do Clerk of( Circuit Court. I ;Tommy}fo; she gives it.tomewhejit.
'
{ :.. I \ Miami Fla notbiair for hf'ri| It seemed to develop W.H.OuusON,Atfy tor Complainants. )i: .=TitlBitg.} .
r "" f' I4)>ln tf-g mo '. V into hasty consumption. Having" Dr. 4feb-4msr-y.fs l .
King's New' Discovery in store and Belling ; Aeaaa.ri.g3 \', "

Ih lots of it, he look a bottle borne and : 'Pbysiciao (examining a corpse- .. '_

x. to the surprise of till she began to get better Three,wounds l. The first is fatal, but .-
t
; ero zr from be first ](lose, aud half a dozen I ,Masters Sale. tie two others luckily, are not ieriou
(
''dollar bottles cnred sound :-: ; t
well.
her and
tai Is the most item a Under and bj virtue of a decree of foreclosure Fliegende.BaetteT.A| .
important '
Dr. New for II'
King's Discovery ConsnmptioD and sale entered in the Circuit l Court for ,4
grower buys; it should beLiV 'snd'tolds is guaranteed to Dade County in a' cause therein pending (cotter Brat. | Teveheaciedsenaiblefellowbeuee4tobe2
(" do; this ,gOOd work. Try it. Free trial : wherein Cnas Ill-Maslan/1 ia complainant and Friend Is you brother still the -'
: Reliable !' Sure bottles at Townlejr.Bros.: drug,store.' I Arthur C.. Jackson et aL, are defendants. : | :
l I 31deo-eo6 .ly i I wlt Henry Pee 'Yes, : ; fle is!! still,bach- <
'
I, aa special master,wlllllt'lI'at public auction elor. Puck; ,. .'I
\ \ In front of the court house door at Juno, i .... i i i" 'I l
Notice' of $her f's Sal Emallr.D, ,. .M ,
\ THE SEASQN'S RESULT I Under and,bjr Virtue of ant execution issuedout between. the legal noun of sae.'upon the. \JThis dung ought to be published.:
7th
Day of March A. D. 1898 '
of the County hurt, Dade County, Florida 'Yery: well. I'll telllt tq my tvif TChicago. .
'
to the.Lighest aud best bidder, for cub,the -
t.r UPON'IL ,' In'a certain '' therein Post:
PERENPS if'au4e' pending following properties of Arthur C,.Jackson,the '
herein I.. G. Lyman and M. B. Lymau,associated \ 'I '
defendant,to-wit: ,1 '
SAP
: Our IDEAL brands will skit you. under the firm hArae and' style o( Lyihun & A atrip of land 100 feet in width off o..the i\ i JREE----:...-.
Co.,Were plaintiffs, and <>. M.; Head was defendant '
The is south side of the laud conveyed by'Robert B. Idea That It RUe> and P.1U with the
and the
price right so are goods. ,on a Judgment"tlierejn, t entered on tbe5th" Mcformlck k and wife to Mid Arthur C. Jack \ t Seasons I. Erre._... t .

Full stock of Potash, JCairiit, Bone; Acid, Phosphate, day of January AiD.,tsoj,in favor.o1 the son by deed dated March Gth 1803.and recorded Sap is a watery fluid found in the in- .,
1_ said plaintiff am\ against'the said defendant
/ 'Nitrate.o-Soda.C S. Meal and all Agricultural in Deed Boot "H,\ page sixteen(III)of Dade I have levied upon and shall proceed to sell, as t
County Records expending from the'Waters of contains diseolved ,8u9pended.inIt.
nd
ow: Chemicals and Materials at I Lowest Prices. th' property of thesgld defendant, at publicoutcl' or
./ Lake Worth to the ,praten of the Atlantic for the Iife
ahd : t.he..marerials required ;
),to the highest best bidder, for cash, '
i \Vrite for prices and ask tbi our book, before the door of the court house'at' Juno, Ocean.. and l1111i' {land being Irnmedi' 't nd growth of.the cell. The idea that ,
at north of the flveacre \ "to
ly referred in
ttact '
,> tj' / "Why a't'e':' Make theJDEAL Fertilizers." Dade County Florida, on f, said-deed as having-been conveyed; to C. >. il.winter thereap goes down Into th *

Monday; February 7th, A. D. 1898, Cragin by David Browuand wife, by deed rl!- roots and:-in the spring rises again Is

the. following described real estate to-wits corded lu Book ''C," of Deeds.JRt; page 2--0 of quite erroneous, says -reliable| ..authority. .
ry Wilson & Topmer Eertilizei; Co. All the Interest of ,the' above named defendant Dade County Records Said M"rip being In Ser- ., :Trees and plants are: "full of, .

,O. M.'lIrad,In and to Lot 3,of Block 76,'Moordlngto thins Hand. 15;wf TV -41: s.. it 41 E., Dade .waterysapallthewinter.Thephenometa -
4'I 4.1S-lf-if. \ .TacdaMoax-vUl*, 'raorlda,. a plat of the town; of LInton on file I in Couuty. ot.freezing in the case of trees and, '
/ the'office bf the Clerl| of tile Circuit Court. Also a strip 65 feet wide adjoining' the abovementioned 'giants are but'little underatood.'The: '

( "Pigs' Foot Brand Blood and Bolei7 per Ton. Dade Coro y"Florida; also'.all'the,defendant's tract on thenoitb, ar'd1es<;riUe<1as sap \iin leavesand, smaller branches

tt / e J Interest in and to toe t2 of Section be iiKh 65 feet of the south'IlJ5feet.of ,the is often frozen. This is seen especially

ing twenty ,eres':.Iot 15 W Sir Ion 9,containing laird conveyed by RobertR.: McCormirk teArtbitr'C : in(the twigs of hickory,"which in very
:
'"' r/ acres,or'Ton nshlp tki south Of Range.43 east, JiCkion btdeed dated March 6th,
dVweather
\
i are as brittle as glass,.
according a. map |nf Uled "A'Map ShowingSubdlylstonsspf 18 h,'add recorded in Deed Book"ll'page sixteen I ,
though the same twigs 'at higher i ,
a
Towaahips! '45and 46, South ol f (lC).., the public recoidscf Dade County,
I Range 43 East:'Dade tUintyi Florida," in-and and (,attuned in Sections 14 and 15 of Tp 43 S, temperature' cannot b1'a.ny'p06sibilit1': ; '

for said county,on IIle lit the oftjee of the Clerk R. 43 E, and extending from the' water1 ol be'broken with the bands. For various
of the Circuit Court. M 'v ,Lake ltiotthtothewaters of the'Allan'lcOcean. cai ;;."the water contained,in the cells h ,

,T' :IneresledIN And I have"further levied( upon and.shall proceed The first tract described has UI'O.:1&. ':, ;build. only begins 'tocrystallize,; at'some de- .- *

., 1, to ,sell,as the pro 111 of said defendant lug erected"for aa hotel will! W,sold free of 'grees below the ordinary."freezing point.;
at the time and place and jinder the terms: afore. encumbrances; the second described tract Will -This is partly due to the chemical o6m-t

THE said the folldnlng described! personal property be sold subject to prior lIlort rales\CoJohu! W position'of the sap which ,contains

to-wit: combined[ Winchester rifle, I trunk 'Plank and Henry )(. Flagler,, aggregating at :arious',salts,.starch; etc.,""'in'solution
&ndt'9otent,1 box hooks 1 oil!stove and date ol $7, 11 JO, which track
spider sale roerlIlld: , '
Besides this the bark of'hr@eJl
is bad
East Coast of Florida? "S oUj'l globe lantern 6 stairs, I VojcUng chair, and other.lanoto the north. o[ it. 1 conductor a
( of heat and the interior temperature .
2"tables, 8-caus fruit,2 itsblns! rods and reels 'n.B. SAUNDERS, ;
8 b nQ eJek,2 sacks fertilizer, 1 cultivator and 'Special:Master.ROBBIXS& i I of treu'and plants is generally r- a

1 S Y fixtures."t eed drill and fixture,8 hoes, 3 grub '' CBABAX. Solicitors for Complain higher in.winter" and' lower in'wainmeij ,

.. -. Do want to"'learn :: hoes,spadvj shovel,1 Aike,.I fork i.1 scythe, ant. ''," 4feb4mufne.: thanthat' of the surrounding, _
you .
x Ipowdcr blowejv 1 table, \>M and mattress., \ niosiphere. -
1 More about its----1 .0-: +* .I
R.L .
; ; CUiLLINGWORTI. .. [ t '
f' 1lag'aSOatlar. g
. &IterlfftDade Fla. ;
County.
., I t' ion.1 Every'summer the of -
Climate sa Bobbins&Graham: and H- B.Saunders,Jr., :Order for PUblica ] king Spain goes
tothe, seaside, and Is'taken but to bathe
i
Attorney!*for ptilntlff., 7Jan-feb4 CJRCTIT CODKT or FLORIDA, FOB DADE C UNTT.i,
a Resources in .
a splendid jnaohineconstructed like' ..
........... .. .... 8&\.ITU'II7DICU\o..CIRCI7IT.' + a'inl
Develo dents and Order for Publication.CiECC'rr I ._ Jl'f' CHANCERY, I ninture'pala.ee. He Is attended by
l tan '
Possibilities" ?' ? 'Corm T' ''Ol'r.. ia, ',"OB' ,DAD Simeon Btlusou,Jobn A. 1 \: admiral, and in the; vicinity-of the
'NTIfJV >\ Herring, '. I bathing place a number of sailors are
COt ; ,
: F.
> lT. ; : ICI Ljc.R.
r Then write ta the undereigned'for a cop of the '... .ccrr-IX CHACERT': Wm. 8. LInton a Jda i I : \ stationed in a boat,in'case of anyacci-
: C--
M. Liutoh, 'his wife, .v Bill for lpnt t
Foreolosnre
.Albert P, 8\\'f"r.Tru8tt'e|lorl Y / \..... Henry Miller and Mi. Ix ; ,
the Let \Vortii Land T | 7.
. ; "Florida East Coast Homeseeker: ; i- l Henry Miller,his waft?; j '/
Olmpb-.nant.; .v If/ .. I "Defendant, / / jlix Always Bright!

Mailed free to William.5. Liu<"'n and IdajM.I ppearjng from thj affidavit of SimeonBrlusoB.oneof ... .
S any address ,1 '" ...
LintouDeendaul. .
S j S .1ij* u1M, S It appearing from the fllda} vit of W. WDewhnrft _. named bill< that tlIe.4'omrll.lo.uts William. S.LInton in ana t ,.above Ida M e \. .' .

Land Comtniaioner Florida East Coast i ,the agent and alpmey oftbe, complalnant -t LI ton,.his 1Uant Henry Miller and Mri ..
Railway, filed herein,that JVilllam. S.i Llntonand Henry Miller, bis wife, defendants 'named in : .
26noT-tf ST. AKOTSTCTK, FLAG Ida M. LInton, the, defendants!! pained in i th'e'DIU: of Complaint t .In the above entitled i
the :BUI'of Complaint In --the "' -;-""- I" ,, !
above entitled 4 chase, pending In thin Court,.retldeiiU, ofa 'I'
suit pending in' this Court, are resHcntS'of.; t State oth>r than.tbe State ot Florida, and tha GHTt

a State other than the i. t.teot, Florida,J In the belle! of,the affiant in said affid y1ttht .
, and that in. the belief('|he, afar in said I} said William S. .Llnton'111"- his wife[rda M ",' r

affidavit they are' -esident of/the eUend' Liuton, re residents of. the city and county ofj8sRinW. 'i "!

county of Saginaw, State ;\jbf,1Ii"hlg.li, and, state of Michigan; and lxthatHenry|! -"

that laid defendants are ore ji entJ-one years k Miller and .}[fIII. Henrr Hitler, bi ,wiir, are i : --.' 1
of age.It is therefore ordered that thef'lIald d noo-residentaotthel9tfolNewlork: =tuimber i

S THE POMONA NURSERIES fendants, William S.Lin ton *nd Ida lIjLlntrm, |in aid city,."17 West 121st street, and that' :said : ,tHE.LEAfE.R! ..
appeal to the' Bill of Complaint"filed] herein ,
i. ,
,'defendants are over twenty-one years of,,ageiI ,
;:f EW ckTAlOQO against them, upon the Rnl !|)Day in .February It fe therefore ordered that the said defendants I '
' .
LOOUEJ FOR, IO 7O "' ,next: ,being the, |II'' 1 I William S..'LInton ami Ida If. ,unto, \WILL ALL 'RIDERS ; ,
r ri
WILL BE kEADTTO MAIL iN OCIOBER.' 7th Day of February; A. .A, 1898. Henry Miller and i1r,. Henry Miller appear to i, . .. !:
it the office,of the Clerk of Itld above-named- the complaint filed herein against them:upon '

r. ,, lorne One:pMtr" Till write you*p1esae u foltowt lead me at oar a copy 1897'cU ol your'- court tit',JODO. paste County, !State'of Florid .the Role Dar in March,next being the .,, NOT- i-i{I I IIR

i .a cable Nursery CaUlorae, I had a copy but It III ordered further"that tljis order be pot|1 7th :pay of March[[ A.i\n.. 1898.t > 1 -
1 k ve loaned it. I ti.d ao many inUrntiortbiaca lashed once. a. weeks\for four cogeecnuve'let'k*, the office'of' the Clerk of said above named 4 .
ia it Ihat I do sot wuY to be without Mtitu 1
.op7. a forthwith,in the )tna POLU. a newspaper Court at Jui,\". Dad County, State of F1oHda.rIt .' Jhe'Best. J

l Oar iew"1898 CatalotrB wilt eoatala all the published.at: Mlaml;In Dade County,Flo j Is ordered that this order published .
rood featnre of the tmgyataloguebeslUee many t., !.-i $'\ j i: j once a week for four consecutive weeks forth ,
1 1 V'1 new oaea. .. Fatly ttUMratfd wl.h many new Witness a Hon..John P2 Broome,judge, I. with. In the MIAMI 1IBT1tQPOLi's: a newspaper- OUT l' : ::.. -J
.Tarr. Photographic.yjewaj We oflcr a tall line of For Sale.Ea'ywhenee ,
.. .;LP FruttsadOr.amentalTreeaaodShrabsadap'edto and\ the, seal I said Cii'ult Cnurt, tilt" published at I Miami;In Dade County, Florida, ,

T t i iN.wsit Southern pUaiiari Catatojne Press Ador {San' OFt .l 29th :day.. or DaiembefClat t, Witness th,:H D.John D.' Broome, 'i ''BRIDGEPORT\,BRASS CO:,'' ?

5 THE GRIFFpiG BROS. CO., ': T COURT-I, A. D.1 e91ri .11" J iVrpr-T-rii / Jand tbe seal of Mid Clr e
; 1RTl
mt4 Meat Praiit b i Coam.Scad .
e \ A.F.QtiUIBY.C1erk \ [tXAiU] ycult, :Court thishe 8th ::1 % BRIDOEPORT. e' 'I'
Peaty i.v a.atbera Plaatk ,' pcMoJA IIUYSEVU, M1CC1 EXHT. TLA of the C
= t refit Court of Florl.1..
,day of Fedrnary,1598. tar drag r.1 j t rII' ;- :
a: 'IJa11-lIeb'; .' foci ad, UleMmar ..
COUAt .
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L 4 \ THE MJAMI'''' METROPOLIS, FEB. It, 1898. :

; _. --. __.__ .L. '
I
\
Tade, or ,southern Bro\ard,; and that if proprietor* ,of houses got tickets ,

The liaiiiiEntercd 1is. th'expect to plant &W acres in rassavft from, him for tie, men. Mr. McDonald

c. 1 Metro 1 as a beginniog.We . ', hoped to be hack,I"i in a very short time. Bank

; \ ,trust\ the negotiations will btiar \'" 'tl))1 ..-* QfBayBiscayne
: \ In the 'Postoffice .t\{;loll! Tni I, Florida starch '
neoondUu m ter. frujt.YIf, : the manufacture of, on RealijEstate Transfers.
'
... ,
.. a large Vale can be,,establahed in this The following conveyances of land
Tim MOST SoUTHERN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED ,
\ section, the value of the product will in the lIlItht''n part of Dad county .
os THE MAIN LAND OF \ '' :
MIAMI
THE UNITED STATES.fnbllthed .'. very soon exceed that of the pineapple have been illea'forrecord' since our last ;H ;: : FLORIDA. '-J
'
........... report : 4Model '
INCORPOKATID UNDER LAWS FLORIDA.WM .- -
"' crrp, and there is no limit to the demand. \ THK or, ;.
by the But Coast Publishing Com- Land Company to Edward V. I .
.
(+. . \ Lund pall a Corporation t \ \ five acre* near Modelo. f '
: It'is'\ claimedXthat starch can be made 'Model Land Co. to );. V. Lund, lot 7 \ 1 i Conducts a General BankirgBusiness. 1
WALT ER S., GRAHAM. -; I r Editor.' of block 22, town of Modelo. M. BROWN; ,
from that it
cassavas<> ran
cheaply
' ,: .4i T' .. .. .}Fort Dallas Laud Co. to Julia D. PRESIDENT. i Issues Drafts on All 5-"
drive ,\
One rear'Subscription...'\'I'j .........Rates..:..f.......IJ 00 starches from made the from: market.Mr. corn. ,'wheat Tuttle, lot 13 of. block 10:* N. city of R. R. McCORMICK.VICEPRESIDE' Parts of the \Vorld. Accounts . i'
-Six month\ ........,.. .,.1!.... 1 flocopies. and potatoes .Miami. i "
| ? NT, Solicited arid Favor Consistent '
Hln&le: .;.. .....j.:....|....... 05 Pillsbury claims that if fm factor .Julia:J). Tuttfe to John A. Scot, lots Every i
Foreign aubaeriptiona, N> rents. extra.to """ -"- -' IPOlitagl' j.I )\is\ established he will pay $6 a ton. city of, Miami.. I{ 1 CASHICft 'r Extended."r
rash for all the cassava roots that can Hoard of of Florida \ I fCoESPgrraErtTS r
The Metropolis is ffor Sale at ,the Following , tlntptionState ( \ .
Agencies.s II[ be n duced. It is estimated that our to John M.Caldwell and Frank Adams, I ',--
A.T.Carter,Coooanut Orore, Fla. average land will produce fifteen tons Vkacres& south of Cutler. J \ : :," ;' .
Anthony Bro*L., \\ext Palm Rea('h.Fla Julia D.-Tnttle' to Fort Dallas Land I
Alfred KwKt-rs, a; Wolle'iMiCiita1 Fumlahlng to an] acre., It will cost probably f 3 I't.ont'K'rowand Seaboard\ Nation Bank New York..
of
15
loj
Store. Miami, : Co4 i blofk 10: N. of the city of. \ ,
Samuel Belcher I ; Miami, Ha\ \ : harvest the rool.- and, S1iamiJoliaD.1'uttie j .. i Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville] Jacksonville.
i' d M. Greer.' Miami r la. : transport ,them to the,factory \lift the \ to Emma C.M.Cans- .
i
,
""'Key *et e\nCo. Ker-\\'estra. farmer can get $-3 a ton net, ora.* .\ $.',nan lindlots: 12 and: 13 of block 18 N. of 1\{ FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT; i i I\ :

t all All checks communications draft*, money should orders be addressed and otber and remittances actv: It seems to us he will have "a the Boston! city of&Miami Florida. Atlantic 'Coast Knauth, Nachod' and Killing .- ,NeW York, z, '.

t THE'EAST madeTwy UAST able to PUBLISHING', \ CO. good ;,jthin The rassa\a is 'aid tn Land do. to Jochim N.' C. Schroeder,, "

MlamFla, need ,pry l little cultivation. live acres near Y' delo. Elegant Iron Yanlt, and Birglar-, roo( Safe With Triple Concussion Trine-LoclsLI ', ln
.\ I _ Florida East: Coast Railway Co. to
0
;\ 'MIAMI FLORIDA: > ;FRIDAY, FEB. 11, 1898. I i" ,SILVER., \'vof Jochim Modelo.N. C. Sehr. +eder.".five acres' east-- I ,. '. '_ _' '__ 1 t 'Ip\: (\';toe Host'Improved la j".

: > THE QUESTION. J'-
Model' Land ( Jochim X. C.
;' '\, How about that Board of"radl'wbfch; llej'i rn.U..r linilecessary to note' the Schrfldl'rlot 2 ofiblock 12,town of Modelo. T' EAEc--T
; :' with which the silver HAS'' : I II
new z
1, : was organized a couple of weeks; ago? rt' question Julia T'Tuttle'j' ,
Nathaniel R. Gib- ,
When will the next meeting be held isbeing, resurrected( as a standard' .
1 awt, blocks 1 and 2 of the city Of-Miami. I
. . topic' for di uAsion. Julia' D. 'l'utUq.to Amel .Grbson, INSURANCE
I If\tne nation, is to be $Mibjocted to lots,1, 2, 3,"-1 an 5 of block 2ON. of the .
". THE Hospital ball occurs on Wash- threey..ar'more of IIm.hn: I\'t'r!.alasi i. (city of Miami. I III. i \ i' Packers andForwarders ,
ington'b Birthday, only one week; from tatlon and this M. n lIcham'tid her husband to of
as topic
argument proVOked II
next What-are you doing to M., C. Copple, 27 acre-, 2J mile- west I
llesdsy. during the months; pratedingIhrlpresidentI4 ui Miami. 4 '

.. make success? I election in IS9tJ. we( predict 'Joseph T. ,Frawjand wife fo Walter, Vegetables. \ and Tropical Fruits l, '

I. that the statistics of 1898, 1899 and 1900 Burrows, lot 24 of block 80, Fraw's s .

i/As article from one of 'the leading will ,show a:marked increase in thenumberjof homestead., CoeoanptOrove. Fertilizers ."
I \Joseph T. Frawl and- wife to Alice Dealers in and Grate Materials .
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sensational journals America,which suicides., Burrows, lot 23: oC 'blocl(30, of Fraw's ,
-t appears on page 2, is all ,right in itsway 1V e. do not';'saj\that we 'are opposedto i homestead,t ocuant t Grove.. OFFICE 1 1 I PACKING HOUSE : f :' I*

but contains some statements the s Iver question. In fact, we do [Trilled States to 'Mollie Bird, 160 Over Bank of 1 -
; i. about 2 J miles northwest of Co- Bay Biarayne., Opposite Railway Freight_ Depot. '-t
I schoolboy umile. not knojw just hOw we| tttand on the, acres I,'
which will make A coanut Grove. Hr'If- \H i ,_ i :.t

For instance. ,the writer repeats twice' flnancia' question at' (present. We Edward L. Brady and wife to H. J. ,

tE' 'that New Providence is the largest want to wait until it issettled whether Fgger. i* interest \in lot 11, block 126 ,

the prosperity which budding willdevelop NJcity} of Miami. _
island 'in tbe Bahama group. As a 11
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i i matter of fact it is one of the small (nto full bloom, ois V destined Swanson Edward, asmail Pent, parcel of to land,Jes-sie at Cocoanut B.-

l t islands. Great Andros and Abaco are to die I iri'' the bud; but we insist that Grove, i, H.J.Egger&Co. -

x ten times as large.- New Providence' sufficient for the day is the evil there Ed ,J. Laws and i wife. to John P. ..

; tt $ island andlXassau of, and it will bedtime enough take Lovetf,\ interest in lot 11 of block 106 'Ii
is the populous
most ,
N.iitj of Mfaml.. LTjieresa l5uccese r to E,L.BEADY 4 CO. ,....
the city In'1fact, the only city Up the financial, question agar seri- '
largest Pine and'' husband to JessieB. }
l in the group. Itaiso, appears from"the ouslyaboht' January 1st, 1900. Agitation Swanson, Wl'lItyyO lots at Cocoa- Groceries Grain/Hay/ and Garden Seed. i
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: article referred to that The Bermudas! at this time can do but IHMegood' ,nut Grove. 1 I .;

4 -are.south of the Bahamas"; for it states and may do great harm; }jt may nip 1I in\ Jiilia D. Tiittle' to''Amos D. S tArbird; f l-,-U
lot of block to 'T FOR MAPES1 FERTILIZERS.V "
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\ city of Miami. b1IAN111AAE "
t,4 A that Americans as a rule, ,have passed I the bud hat ,prosperity which might Samuel Rhodes Jessie Belle! Swan- ,1

';' 1:. the Bahamas 'to go!'to the Bermudas;' ,otht'rwJse\'deve,,\ so vigorously as to ion\three, lots. at .N w. Biscayne Co- >e call the atU-ntlon oil fhe-people lot Bar'Biacayn*to onr stoclf of Staple .'1."

"- 1, as a matter of fact, the ,Bermudas put everybody,in a good humor. coal .t Grovel ; -, ol and Grain Fancy Hay GroceritB, Brau,Cotton Frnlt-and Seed Food,Meal.Product"Ground ot Food all and kind Wheat.*t also.ouratock
in the off the Aside from this reason for giving the United States to William J. Small, '
out Atlantic Wiu Ibe
are away We are tbe onlv <' on Baf Blscayne d aliDK exrluslvely in above ; -
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.' the silver rest tbe 160 aVres south, of Cut ler. line of pond We will jell close. \\'e invite your correspondence '
coast of North ,Carolina, :while; : ..question; ; We ,belje\e ( patronage '
United States to ,John Henry Rob- and solicit your Wry trulr. H. J, EGGER & CO ,
4Bahamas; are east'of the south end of ,time has come; when there are, other erts.iStf' acres ja 4'JJIef: !! miles north i i

'i ; Florida.: Then 'we ;are told that the evils of more moment than the demo- of Lemon' City. '\ 1't ,:

t' ,new hotel at 1'assauwiil, be'superior to netization t of sliver which deserve a Mary J\,Pierce a td, b"ishand'to'th@ iJ J
solar plexus blow at tbe,'hands of Board of Public. Instrulctioir, Dade Co., :
) anything on, the American n continent along Fla. lots 1
2 of
.. f V \ apt} bock\ 27, Pierce'sdivisiun
,: : t We have no idea'that itwill cost half suffering public. ., 'of Lemon City.' '\

'; "as'much AS the Ponce de'J.eon, or that .1 ; e.a. J Julia D. 'fu (Je ,to'' Ferney W. Mc ,
irf 'T ixb. 12'acres'north', Lemon MIAMI :" lI. 3
: it will'be 4 anything, like as large as the Nassau .I Citv.
'' THE Guardian of last Saturday Julia D.TuttleVto Ahnie J.V.iStew-
: ; Royal Poinciana either had, we' art'lots 19 and ,
& says editorially: 20 Of block, 22 N. city of
r: heard:that_ the Colonial al Nassau:was: Miami. "I ,' 1 ,
"We: understand from reliable
a'
l' J :to be'builtofstone., : pWbapq it is t but' source' that the \''steamer Miami will AiajSweetingj\ to !\orge,Sweeting, )

\1 the,original prgpo al;of Mr.Flagler to continue to run between Florida and ,\Interest in 239 acres! smith of'Cutler. >
't Nassau after the''conclusion'' of the con Julia D. 'l'ut tie to J hn F.,.Giilettelive ,' Business Ridellce I b "J
the Bahama Government provided fort '
<" wint..rservice acres north'of Len \uh City. an
tract period'fortbe, thus
:, \ ,awooden', hotel;;, perhaps,.however, the affording an, _opportunity during, the Julia 'D. Tuttle to Ft-rn McVeigh, .
,. 1'\\ five aeres'north'of
plans hive been changed. The Colonial LeiuQii City.
\ pineapple season for'growers and exporters :- .. '
r : Hotel will l>e a verj' fine one, and of that fruit f to make shipments C. M. Stowe' and wife,,to A. T.'Carter I :, ,
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lot 12 of Yacd() ald of Cocoa :
:1. \t will compare very favjqrably with the.ij to the Southern States. By this, meansthefrult'cad 11,111 Gvo\e. plat\ \
reach the railroads 'with ,
E. jI
.- '' other hotels'of the ForJdaEa t Coast and. A. KINGSLEY \
J. J. Harden : J. Harden\ to A.
despatch,1 and\ be conveyed ,speedily to I "
;' System. It,will be 6rje-of 'wbich ',the markets in ,the Western States. We T. Carter lot 2'of blocjt'8, ofjEdwardPent's ; "

) ,,1" ','people of .Nassau mayl\ well be proud.: see in this,a;, waYlby; which change John., homestead: P..Lovett, Cocoanut and wife to Grwp.X,Earnest' General Agent for Mrs. Julia D: Tuttle. <

y. j"IOur, object ingivingttb4-factsisiim! ran be effected'which iu the, if disposition of managed our 0. Williams, lot ll'of,blot ki05 :x.'',city ': -

,.. ,! ply to give an instance of about how pineapples, will ,;doubtless,; result properly advantageously -- of Miami. A 1 I" j _,. v \ From $50 to St'o 'Olper'Lot According t to Location : '
Bobbins Graham Cd Walter bites
near the yellow journalism of \JNewt to all concerned! in the pineapple to S. ; : ,
t i Graham1. lots 8 end 9,of,, block 134Jf
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York I '
truth. it '
usually ap r aehl"rthe l| industry If '" cityof Miami I }'\ .. x RAILROAD FARE to ,liami11oVN'' the FloridaEast Coast Railway will be refunded '
,1- < .. \ i-' ,1' ..',' . I Julia .D. TuUiet to tizzie A. Lewis-, to each pnrohaper>r of is i lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for tnch J'S
'. lot 11, o(,bloeI;'X.citjtof' Miami.John fare, vhich'receipt will 1m received as cash in part pameDt'Jor lot. ,
ABOUT CASSAVA I IULTURE.. Interview, with Mr.',Jos. A. McDonald. P.,Lovettl T.and wife; to Earnest K '

4 i'o'"[ The Nassau Guardian of February,. 2d From the Bahama New', O. WilliAms, 100 ,acres 8\about 4 miles 1laiiz, office : ,

l sayer l\\ v \,_ Ourreporter! interviewed Mr. Jos. ,(west of Miami. \ '\
;rt i i lMr. D. R. PfIlsbu.'whose presence A. McDonald Mr:1; 'Flagler'* builder, Kirk Munroe and wife to Walter,,II. '\'l. 'HOTEL' M1AMI\\::
!in our city we reterredto.inonr: last yesterday on the steamship Miami be, Browne,small parcel of. land at Cocoanut \
issue',-came from Florida Hn the, interest ,- fore he left for Florida. Mr. McDonald Gro\e. I \ "
j- , of a,cassava factory!\that'is-providng said he hadibeen, in Nassau for tbe Fort, l Hiaa Land Co.to ndrew Burgess '\ a.m'; : Fl \ :, ::
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canes to plant 500 acre ."()f cassava last five days, getting; all the required lot', 14. of, Block 61 ]IS'city ;,of '
:: this year. The factorytwfll; be able to measurements ,j r-for the new hotel, Miami. j. MyNEW 4AGEN'T
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f ise from 40 to 80 tons .orroot per day which he stated would be called the Walter 8,Graham and wife. to George, BAKERY
:s :,' "Cassava1s i one of the finest starch "Colonial. ,He' would submit all the ,M. Rohbips! ,lotiaof. blcm: : N. city. YORK: : \ r
lants known and Is adapted to measurements ',[\to the architects in of.MianiS., I\ .
florida-climate and.soils well, The, plant'' Florida,;; who would rush ,the plans United States to'William'' IL'Johnson ', i j \MISth .1-.-

9 not:unknown,there, and;) is eon aider.', through as quickly as ,possible. Work 40 acres about,! two"- ,miles, north- Street, treat of Passenger. Depot. I ;
on the building would begin in May, west of Miami.William 1, i '
: ibly grown' as a stock ,food. Horses ,
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vinglrgbt work are well, nourished by and he hoped to have it finished by the !i II., Johnson, Jr..and wife 1.1tye" '
t,.and It is now grown more by, dairy- 1st of January, 1899 The building to William H. Johnson, Sr.., 8 acres l Vienna.' ( Bread :t
aen At a milk food, for.whlch'purpose; would be of brick and 'wood. Time about, two, miles northwest of Miami. Fre.91' Home Made I
it has andibnot would not"allow ,it to be-built 'en. I "I. .. 4
; i a high quality. sue ,. e. I '
passed', if:equalled by any TOot crop., tirelr' of brick, The entrance to Railroad,Commission.t. I ilrahani'Baked ,' '-- \ '
tbe hotel will be on ,Shirley street. i '
J amount Florida soils ,
f'The grown on and' toWD' ;
daily Delivered Free to of : .
wch' are sandy with few: or' ,no' The building will run along that street For the convenience of shippers and any,part .
stones; is' often _at'the rate of;ten to 150 feet, tad along Parliament, street other persons interested whb desire to , Rolls,'Bnna, Cakes,Pies. 'Everything''first,class. Specialty of freah confection* '. :
',twenty,:tons per'acre. ] : 423 feet It is,tot!be teyen stories high be heard by the Railroad mmission I and nnta. have one of the most'modem and firat-clasa ovens .Picnic and excursion ''IjI

,' J*And'' there is no doubt that with a on tbe northern, side\ and five'on toe of the State',,of Florida sessions! of said parties furnished short notice! j -1 : ; #"

:factory, 'or factories furnish a market southern.', This is caused by the slopeof Commission'will be held at-Lemon City1\ 't ADAJM MAYER, Proprietor -
for the crop., it will be widely the bill. The hotel will contain.840 on Saturday February 12th,and Cocoarnut :
very
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grown.]', This'is much more likely to bedrooms'! and will ,be' fitted with all Grove on Monday, February 14th.: $nf panteneer Remember deopfc.I deliver everything free of charge. Remember the' place,12th Street inn weal

be, :the*case now' that the orange industry latest improvements.Mr. _' R.H.M. DAVIDSON.'Chm'n. t-R-t.1.-mor
-has suffered so severely, and McDonald asked'up to state that! H.E.! ,DAy,. T
farmers are looking' for [some, staple he would be ,willing to employ all the J. M. BRYAN, f
,crop that can'/be. depended .on, for a skilled laborers he"could get here, but II' Commissioners.Dancing I Fredk. S. < Mojrse, : \
r that laborer must to his I }
subsistence until the orange trees are come termsof \ti r.e. e '
restored?*"" -. I IVtTonacco .:. ten hours a"day!\ He intends,too to I M
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,, ,is attracting'a' great deal employ all, the Ba ama':vessels''available 8 1 '*

of,attention there,and1 in many cases for carrying lumber this summer.. ProflVssorNortbcutt hOOl.l open a; REAL ESTATEMiami
n
has done remarkably well;'\still cassava Laborers will be paid oft on Mondays school of 'deportment cing In
is easily grown by everyone and does every fortnight when'asked if bean- the ball room of the Hotel Miami,Monday -: I ; l .
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not require great skill, and if the initial tlcipated any trouble from the 400 ev'ening, February at 8,;'clock; I EloridaJ '
Dade I iQ6
factories;are', successful, will soon mechanics be intended, ,'bringing: to for gentlemen and ladies. Tuesday af- : \>>., /; :,
become ai Nassau, Mr McDonald replied that be ternoon at 4 o'clock for children Will ,
crop .
important
| had no. fear of their,,-misconducting guarantee to teach you,tbe' waltz xnd t j
Vft; understand the gentlemen' referred themselves th s would be the seventh ' two-step. All tbe dances FOR LANDSIOF \ i- \ 1: '

to'and his associates are negotiating hotel that the lame men had been taught, both plain and newest\Classes .

.'with the:'land department of engaged upon.-:Should any become will meet as,follows : Ladies and gentlemen -' : Florida. East Coast! Railway Co. :. : /
i the"Florida East Coast with nuisance to tbe town, be would immediately ,'Monday and Wednesday.:evenings ._ ;.
Railway! aview .
tend them away\"He hoped ,to 1 from 8 to Florida Coast iifaelCanaHnd; Trans. Col
10. _Children;TliPSrtay, '
.:of 'locating a factory,somewhere :_ ) ..> \
get board .for_ them all, and would be! Thursday- andj\ Saturday afternoons; : ; : I'

pn the, line Oft: railway in ,North ,responsible>> for payment for them only from,4 to 6 o'clock., ,;;llfeb-lt > llr"ll. I ,; Boston and 'Florida Atlantic\ Coast Land, Cor' '_- ::7'.

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t _FROM COCOANUT, GROVE.Dr ,ter,during, cold periods is much.warjjirl : i LEMON CITY LISPINa3.
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t '' P. -G. Skaggs who ,has been' considerably. than the heat.atmosphere 1M r. Dean and has gnes placed off Mr. Wm. Freeman'r---will: build' a large I Williams ;and;:Clark l Fertilizer( Co I

\, 'spending "otne l"Onthi11; in Kentucky, wooden gates at the outlet of each packing-house !Little River. / ,
; has returned toCocoanut| Grove. ditch \\hene\er'a' finny' night u Mr. :y.:: J. peter?,who has been on the

i P.rt-sbytprian\\1 services! at the_ bi[..E. indicated as a possibility, he closes sick" list for several days, is improving. NEW Vo', R'f, t
\ : Church next Sabbath at 10.80 a.itn.and hese gates; in a few hours the ditchesare E. S. Scott:: and\Jordan & 3pivey sell '\ \ r. ;:' .. .
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ii 1 ,C.80 p. m., conducted by the' Rev. W!\ ''al full of warm water, and Mr. iaskell's butter. I It is_the best in this High Grade 'Bonefertilizers\ .- t # ><:

_; S W. Fans, 1). Dt[ | Charles Dean lies him down on his viruous narket.' !L ; "'...: ;; :. _.._:;'i .. I
lf't ,.
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,\ Dr. \\.8. Graham, of,Miami, and iouch and sleeps thetleepof the Rev. C. (Fred. :Blackburn will hold :'
:, Frank E. Heatb.'of'\ New York, spent worthy farmer, untroublpd'1\\'itb any s ervices next Suiiday? ,-morning and I q. ; f \, ; !
Sunday at the Inn, and' returned, to nightmare in which-Jack: Frost is a veniug./ 1 j. ---s\---. <" '
Miami mi Monday1.Haskell's . principal actor, for he knows his,Vejere- \Mr. J, :S. MclTeuzie has been in town -
'I' Crown tables are O. K, Verily the ingenUityand for several days visiting I his, friend; '
Fancy Creamery inventive genius of man has its Rj E. McDonald I I :
Butter t
is sweet whether I --
delieate'and r eward.Lieutenant'. Mr. Costar.and children arrived Sun- I .. "
used, on cold bread or hot buckwheat i day for an extended visit to Mrs. Cos-: i : "\ -pfflL \,, .. 1::.
.' Willoughby and wife I
cakes. sale at' ,
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Cnlbertson's. tf : ar's sister Mrs. n

[Abe Don't' forget tbeiconcert\ and' bop to' who to are I well Florida known for. many'as regular,years\,"isitrs arepending shipments, Higgs.! here every day Oranges, I : \ Strawberries, F t
given next Wednesday evening at eliciting for their several 2
s the here.
The Lieutenant
the, Housekeepers club house. A '' season houses. They all speak in the ; =
niade a the Everglades highest Lemons, -
trip across -
'Pineap l -
splendid program 'has been prepared, last winter and, has written terms of this section as' a truck-grow- \ Vegetable ; l
and you i may rest"assured\, you will be bOokde'ribingthejourney.' We'havenot a ng one t I '\ 't lt\\ h "-'.. .....
,amply'repald for attending. The small i 1\ \ : '-..
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made -
i boy was I '
quite "
happy '
seen:a copy of the work, but unerstand P '\!
The Peacock Inn is well filled on Monday' last the \ \ : '' I '"
with that it is not only very readable by; arrival'of an i t H : '' .
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guests. They are a-nice,lot of people,' and intensely interesting, but organ-grinder and monkeys This was Have been 1 I I \ '
iredI/ proven by he .
he :
first : .
of 'of
whom appearance
'\ many have spent several sea contains', 'va st< amount of reliable sci- the combine ; 'I"
,sons at the Grove and enjoyed its beauties ntflic inforfnation never before pub- ioo;'in Lemon City j ) ,,Florida ,\1 Growers'' for 15 consecutive, : : .- _
so well that other more pretentious lished. Thework is issued by the E. C. Harrington, wife and children, 1
Lip-
( \ 'resorts have no charms to allure.: pincotts! ,|and costs $2. It is well) Illustrated left MondAy'nightlvia steamer City of years. ..\ i L ;'
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Key lest, after NJ
Mr. Pickford's ;sawmill has been and will;,no doubt, find a ready having I Y
i closed down for the last'fwd weeks ,for ale.! The author is very courteous and spent ton's a. week Mrs.visiting Mrs. tarring- W. J.I Agt. :CocoanutGrove Fla.. =- .
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mother fI
in answering ys. ;,
: r {ialrs. He will have his, new machinery agreeable questions in ? \
c the We noticed some fine orange trees at \ , ,
regard to Everglades and his "
here in .
a day or 'so, and expects presence \ :
the "
.' to be running again early next .in' the smoking-room of the Inn depot for Mr. Jr' A. klcDonald'sjrove T. N GAUTIER AgtJ Miami Fla.
week, andwill be prepared to receive during tbff after-dinner hour, and affable near here. The question sate : : < _
1 the ,
,orders for lumber again. manner, is a source of much pleasure possibility of 'inaking orange i i
'Arthur F. 'Lang returned! home'today - to. his'fellow-guests (and friends.Another proves in this countryjwill soon be satISfactorily Florida Warehouse, Palatka. 5 \ ". ;-
settled, judging from the : }
ntlemau
g who is full of persohal ,
from a business to Jacksonville
trip reminiscences is the Hon. J. W. progress that Messrs/Cook, McDonaldand W. .r..1> '
and other in : OLL'ARDgr Southern -
,1 ; points FI.orlda.He, Ewatrlne 'Dukel of Dade." His residence others are. .making this line. ; Department, S JI'
the weather there '
this
says week i
up i
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on the bay for a of -4.: 24dec-3mo0.bi.8a.sa
quarter a century -
was entirely for AUGUSTA, Gi.
too'chilly one used to .
:' .the balmy air of South Dade, and be is partirnlarly at Fort Dallas for CHURCH DEDI ATION. 'j
very:glad to be'home again. fourteen years, has stored his mind ,-,% .
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with a vast amount.of local historical The New Catholic Church Been '
Of the ,
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Mr..and Mrs. ,Thatcher of '' > ,
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Darby
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: matter, and with an intimate knowledge Ceremony Jhe ReiolUot\ Perslatent \ -" " "
Fa.,Mr. Howard Thatcher, Brandyi fad Toil,
wine' Summit' Pa., and i ,habit" traditions etc., When ,. \ The C. B; Rogers Co. .
ter,pf Darby,are a pleasant party who I n a communicative' mood, his conver- Rt. Revdy ohn Moore, assisted by the : i
it are at the. Inn for the season.. The two i .interesting;: If the"Duke'.cou resident priest, Father Moore,dedicated IMPORTERS
'latter have spent several seasons at the .: d induced deliver a the elegant '''new C tholic'chord AND WHOLESALE. GROCERS.. -I

\ Inn,; but this is the first visit of the I ecture ,'on The Seminole Indians," building on ,Sunday la t: The large Provisions .

former couple : I\ Biscayne B Twenty Years Ago,"or auditorium was tastefully! decorated by Grain, Hay Plinrj i! Grits, Meal,, Etc. j
"( Mrvand Mrs.. Sam Brown,Jr.;of Chi some like subject, for the benefit of the the ,ladies of the church. Pottedpan'ts :
1, cago veteran visitors'to"the bay,are Housek Club*' or some- ,other of the choicest Varieties' were : SOLS AGENTS FOB J J' |Our l bttfline confined I to the ;
domiciled at the Inn for the season, as worthy cause' we,'are sureit would be scattered through the house} while in 'Fairbank Canning CO. Lion:Brand trade on'- Orders from
1 usual, and enjoying,themselves above highly appreciated, and could be repeated the rear of the altar a number of grace i 'Canned t conanmMfiatS. J! !
':! "tbeaverage. From extensive experience with profit:at Miami. full llver' palms were ''placed, their i era'i l neither solicited nor desired. : .j

1.. they have learned ,how to extract :rwouhl1ik$/'to tell you all of'the in.. en crowns showing above, i' S ..5H

,1 :tbe'full possibilities of. the pleasures. of teresting chaCof this charming settle the partition. .,A large number of extra Quotations Made ,,Promptly on Application.
'. : i life on the Bay. 1MrsCharlesPuco- ment..I, would like to tell you of many seats had been provided for the occasion :
% ilrJand1': k, host things,which t am sure.would_interest .' Every seat was,decupled and
|and| hostess, of the Inn. have their you, parflcirtarly about the improved the large audience watched with,eager
\ i bands;'mil in making'their h'ousefull of makes and ).le packages of jelly interest the solemn and impressive ; II
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]'guests'' comfortable; but) they rise and which are being prepared by the Sim- service of dedicating the house to the J.SBbNE": : <

',epand to the necessities of circunv mons' factory\\[ nd of\, his wine which services of Almighty God. / \ 1'
stances. admirably and complaints, makes even ,the palate of/ the pronounced After the dedicatory services Bishop :
t\which ":are not always rare under,such prohibitionists bare a spasm Moore preached a most eloquent'and ..
conditions, are unknown at the Inn. of delight; of the One sample of starch impressive sermon,,full of(most pre Tropical Land Agency ,
made Hon. tical truths. I ,_ , ', ..
11 ,Mr. by JJ. W. ;Ewan from Bermuda '
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and Mrs. Harry Munson, of,:New: arrow-root During, the'services' the orchestra > . ;
,\fTork City, are at the'Inn for the sea- grown on his'place, from the Royal ,Palm rendered : : :
and lots
of Q t) matters of interest some
pon. They area jolly couple and enjoy but I know you are, averse to more thana ,finevselections, while the choir, consisting FLA. 0 \ .I:\ ,.
themselves about all the! time. ,They ,\I ( rCOCOANUTGROVE
column of chatter. of Mrs. John B. Reilly, Miss Font miles south<< of Miami;,on Biscayne Bay. : .
have made several extended cruises in Au'reroir. '1 McDonald,) Messrs. Fred Rutter, > \ _\ .,. ,:'
,}lr. Munson's snug little yacht, "Mul- __ L George Wallace, and Lout Cheri also 1 My list embraces some of the finwt'orange,pineapple and Tegetable "-, .' '
..tum I'M Parvo" During the summer I rendered some vocal music! of i high lands in tropical Florida. Building lots and elegant bay: fronts. "44 .
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talion the juunsons reside at their .. LINToN LOGIC. order. 1 ; .

'P beautiful. O.;on Long country-place. Island one. ,at mile Munson from I Hen fruit-- 'b hasdepreCiate; : ...& "in,value" by At the 3.80 reudent'pastor p.m. Bishop, Father Moore assisted Moore,' WANTED-825,000:eta loan',on Notary good security Public., at seven percent, I' \ o, ,\ I'

(Garden Cjity.! t. fresh! eggs selling for 20 cents a dozen. confirmed three candidates:; Mrs.Capt.' .....- 7Jtn-tf-l.fi,mogemmil J

,...tr.ieut.; Hugh L.'Willoughby, has just WilL;Staring rook; a', run up fro, Bravo, Miss, -., and ,Ferdinand ,
returned; iron,- a long"'trip among the liamlSaturday morning and spent mBravo.. ; 4 RELIGIOUS t Trackers "
KWBL Attention I
,, .Florida Keys and having'. State per- day with qld friends. The church building said;;to be the 'j', *
\ 'mjt capture a manatee,for scientific 'Mr. Thornton is now 'supplying the finest church edifice south of St. Augustine T"r l 1 The Draiper' combined Plow and. K
t purposessucceeded in taking ,one in natives' with fresh", .unadulterated and,;reflects much credit upon'the. . : Harrow is the tool that you need. \\ '
Florida Bay,which is probably the largest which can't be cannedand it is milk persistent and patient toil of Its''I I ,Regular servICes aF( the,M. E.'chjirch, I am'; now working eigbt acres ofstiff
ever )'killed. ,We regret that we,! appreciated membership., Specl.al..ment. n should next Sunday, morning and evening-( prairie soil that cost me but'two,
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hate- not'tat hand tbe details 'of the' the "\ be made of the heroic work Of Father I At, the Presbyterian pavilion, oppo dollars per acre to plow and harrow. .
chase and<<, capture, which, ,we understand As swallowsjare arriving in great Fontain, the former pastor.. '|>otn the site Hotel Miami, Baptist services at It plows' and harrows in'one operation -' \
were., very exciting. He ;departed numbers, some prophecy another cold i idception"ot the building to its completion '11 a. m:and 7.30 p.' in. preaching by and three,acres a day can ,be put f
again on Thursday morning'or liveru8.tI wave. From, all"such\ "Good Lord, de be t has patiently+, toiled BeV.,Won.\,E. Stanton. Sunday school in seed-bed shape with it. .
another extended cruise inj hl*/trim j through encouragements' and \'discour, at 10 a. m. \I Refer you'to such prominent men as
little launch.' Messrs. Chambers, Fenno-; Burton & D. R. Knight,R. H.Burr,and Tbos.J.,
t|4Mrs. : agements. Throughout all his labors At Lemon City,Rev. C. Fred-Black
/ Lane 'iin ', Peters-all truckers v
took
the dance at Hypoluxo be has the big of Lemon
.:Reed and son, of England"wh'o'JJ&ve' : had mot cordial and liberal burn will hold services! neztSundap '
section.
been at the Inn for several weeks' turday'nIght., using handcar as a support of his pnrLshlonrs.f morning and evening. City i\ '
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means,of transportation.4.i .. l. ,Price $30 delivered.on the bay.'
awaiting the arrival of .Arthur Uaigb, OB0EH: OP DIVINE, 8EBVICE!: AT beTH Will '
THE!: take contracts to plow and barrow *
:Esq1., her nephew who resides at Cat Major X. 9. Boynton.and family o .
Port Huron Concert Housekeepers'|\ ,,fclub. Otto cnu cu. from ,10 acres up. '**
Key; Bahamas, was gladdened his Michi\ are spending the ;i. \ .j
by
,arrival on Wednesdayand they; all left winter: at the hot 4l opposite Hypo Don't forge, tbe concert jat the Rev. James P. Moore', S. J.,, Pastor.\ Correspondence, solicited.EDMUXDJF.. '

',for \the Bahamas today._ Mr. ,Haigh is luxo.', _They were accompanied by a Housekeepers71 Club, -\;of Cocoanut Sundays-Early bell Mass at 0 a.i belt m:' llfeb-4t-.hs : Mors' '.are "
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large
rings at 5.u
number of Grove under the ; Angelus ,
a' jolly whole-souled Briton,.who has guestsamong' whom wa ii direction of Mrs. bl'ass }
spent several winters on the bay where Mr] Baker;editor of, the Detroit Tri b- Walter Pickford to beheld in their at6a.m. ,High and sermon 'at 'Boarders;" -j7
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10; bell rings at 9, D.&> and 9.45.. Sunday Wanted -
unl" Another ,partIs hall at Cocoanut -
he has warm friends.' expected_ this Grove next Wednesday ,
many ; AI coupleof '
I school at 3 p.m' ; veningseri'iceand A few'boarders taken by week '
years agoherjorchased Cat Key;one wreelc. H f.' at 8 o'clocklp.m. !\ they; or
fertile islands "The freight The following talent off a high Benediction of the Blessed ::sacra month 'tbe'comfortsof'ahome. Reasonable ,
'or.tbemolt tbeBahamagroup. house Is pretty well filled! order \! :
It, contains ,200"'acresI' and is i with fertilizer, and is very easy of ac. ,will combine to present an, admirable 7.15 inent at 7.30 p.m.; dell rings at 7 and front. lutes, Lovely scenery. Bay ,j-
Apply
m. to Mrs.
only{about-15 miles from the Florida, cess i >tbe freight coming\; in.,late at programme' ', ', i t Week-days-Holy p. "Mass Buena. !Vista two,'miles'' Wigginton I a
7.30 North
at
coast;: He is night B. Reilly,MilS Kittle Mc31rs.JohnDomald.Mra. every of '
and
happy contented, i andl| no.lone'l\Ito, attend to i Miami., *
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morning bell a
Angelus rings at Ilfeb
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far from of
surveys, the : Twos fertilizer, 200 pound 12 I ? ,
'silver question,railroad commissioners, each, ha\e been spirited away;wbile Garthside of.Mi mi. Mrs James, Bol- m. And'6.p. m. everyday \ '' i \
the ''madding crowd's ignoble"'strife,": J i Mr Lyman'mourns t"'e.Jos" of a barre ton, Mrs. Uarla d Trapp,Mrs. W. W. 1 :XPJSCOPAI. SERVICESAt \ : For Sale. y., '

and' ther like ills which flesh is heir: of,Mapes1'-all,of which goes''to prov Pickford"Miss Converse,\ iIrs. Strong, Trinity churchl, .ornerof Avenue t Two-story[ 'h use and lot near bay ;

",' to/app: last, but not least, he is'beyondthe i the n necessity a freight; agent_here... i: Mr. .Strung, K rk Munroe and:, Mr Band Tenth street, ,there will be ;on' front. Address ALDRITCH, city.
reach of the frost king'65 being There will be.services,in the school Bridge of Cocoa ut GroveJ Sunday' (Sexagesimal!, February 13th, ::28jan- t-hf.; f ', 1 !
rabout the extreme low water mark fort house',every The Houseke pers.' Club always a Celebration of the Holy Eucharist at. : '' \
f3undalrevehimg at 7 '
\ e mercury..on'Cat Key. : o'clock. Last Sunday Mr. Hobbs. told give excellent concerts and .Inthe) 7.30 a. m., and evening prayer and sermon .. ,The best Job Punting done!on the,

"Charles Dean, ,who, has a piece oi the story of, Lot's escape 'from Sodom present IDstncelwe| are promised I 'an at 8 p. m. r east coast: is executed at the',METEOJOLisotflceL -'. '

property at ,wanton Heights,; just t and gave.a very iptereeting talk. Mr .unusually' Admission good is program.only 25c.and, \ At St. Agnes cfiapel;coiner of A ven.ue -: j Don't you, think so ft, tf- +

south: of: Cocoanut Grover has' discov French and Mrs :Sterling: assisted by, i seats S5c \ reservec Ii|and Eleventh street,there,will, beon insist '
,,'ered and; put, into practice an ,ingenious the the'congregation very/flria selections Culbertson's on sale jit ,'Peacock,; Inn[arid Sunday,February 13evening prayer SMELL'grocer. selling '10tj."P;
and ,very cheap method'of, ''protecting and.altogether,it was a pleasantand store. ] and sermon-at 4.30 p. m. Creamer Fancy V.::,
h vegetables on his bay-front profitable evening] l The launch C. \'M. Stowe ,,has ,bee n' At'St. Lawrence Mission Cocoanut \ Butter. It is the BEST.. '., \; .
secure the club will
by leave Mum
prairie and from frost by utilizing Mr. L. G, Lyman lie bought, seven city wharf at foot,|of,Avenue D at' p.4 Grove,on Sunday,February 13th,there ', ..
natural o i1ition8. The prairie iswelditchedr'tbe t lots on the corner :of':Atlantic avenue p.: returning after.the concert. will be morning prayer' and sermon for ; ;.
<< ditches,are about twenty and Aitkiu.'street, and will ''m'ovethe I All who 'desire\ } whites at 10 a. m. }t.' '

feet ,apart, !; ,and 'extend from'the high house 'formerly owned! vland : tbe Is
'prairie 'to'thebay. to Piles
across Hand will for cure t
on occupy it a store.> U be given house, on Sunday evening' i
the '
They off' constant and transportation on ,launch February and Constipation, or money ,
carry[water1,;'a which:;makes ,its large8team'o will also erect a dwelling house on tbe both ways free charge.. The, exchr- 13th;\\at 7.30, there will,, be evening refUDded.j'ro' cents per' box: :cntt I for
way same block. He will commence clear' sion alone is-'worth more than *the prayer and sermon list of testiraootals.and Free Simple to I ,.

Everglades by: subterranean to'the passages where from the ing' tbe,lots Wednesday morning.I , price of. a ticket., ,1 1 't __ _J\ , J' it( Laneask MARTIN rl tBUDY.Kecistered'.. For sale by leading PburmWbt druicRists -, 4
prairie the "
; ,yl\ I Be sure tic attend and assist' the Advertise ,io'the.. METROPOLIS and_, in, Miami.,\Fla. by>Jti>Eva i
bobbles : iti '
Hater in : 'This
The ;
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up springs :waa HZTBOFOUS Sehd "
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new* in :
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na-- r' Wanted True Causes of. Poverty. Launch for Sale.:Cheap. GENEIUL ,

t at Mrs. K; W. Boyer's In the-following. article, from the i The launch Edith li, now in charge OFFICIA! L D1REIJfORY .J
souih side of 13th street, second door ,
of S. Richmond
Cutler.
of ., a6 In good
Francis
Walker
pu of Avenue C. Ratesreasonable. pen : in the Cenury ,
the write condition, very 'light draught, large CITYOFFtCERS.* ,;ft
Vista \ I ; certainly, goes back,to arrying rapacity, good ;sea boat*, sailboat MATOB John' B. Reilly. '
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\ A. Tempting Offer. rst principles : model", built to order of best mate At.DERHE.-J08. A. McDonald,. Hon 'E g

We offer lots 1. 2 and '4 of Block E .In the first j >lace, I should, without rial* Will sell Very cheap. Apply to F.8.3forselY.M. Brown,J.E.Lnmmnt "
tabbing & Graham, Miami, S. II. "
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Miami. They are situated on the south esitation: ;sayj. hat easilychiet among Richmond,Cut r.\I\ ..lCt -tf Frank T.,Budge..!1) Cosgrove; Walter. ..
: Got e side'of the river. These Iota comprise a thf' causes of poverty i i's the hard con- ,Graham: | .
tract of land having a frontage of 1 14 feet it ion of the .bumall : : 'I CITY CLERK- M.Gra&ara.. "4
i facing the river; also 100 feet fronton, lut as by nat..E't'stabJishMi. Free Pilia -- IARSHAL-YODg F. Gray .
Avenue D. and 200 feet on 18th street] I .' prime, reason why Crrr StBVJYOQ-A.: Li Knowlton. .. :.
Two miles north of '
Minmi
close to* the Railroad ., We bought these lots cheap st May and read must dear, and ftl" bantl l Send your address to)I. E. Bncklen &; '> PRESIDENT OF! Cocscii' -IIon. F 8.
Depot
5 minute, trim, tmrt J:the three for1&i0. Will be please ilood: 80' ; that the'rl\tio of ex- 3o.,Chicagojind get a free sample box fDr. Morse .5- ' : "j
<< thq- to sbijw them at any time. Tie I King'. New Life Pills. A trial will STANDING COMMITTEES ..
bay. ''t ROBBIXS & GBAHAU. hange two has been flxedon convince of their meats:; These pills :
New raiding, large, airy 2.1 | the of the earth, much' are easy yon in actiou. and are particularly Ox :FINANCE-Badge, Brown and Mo .., ,
: Donald.
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f Bedrooms.Rnnting f I :1:
effective in the of constipation and
care
< Boat to the l" of the Jatt..tWhpn ON RULES AKD OBDIXANCES Graham ,j
Fishing, By nuts .v wholesale firms your1\ Sick headache. For malaria and liver ;"
i standing is of ? 'alculatf by the appearance it is writ| (that God cursed,{h .> troubles they have, been proved invaluable. McDonald and Brown .
French Cnieine.Chas. of the ionery that you', ground, and .bnde it be. unfruitful, They are guaranteed to be perfectly 0*STREETS AND IMPROVEMENTS Mo

use That turned o.atthe MKTROP- bringing forth j triers\andjhorris., that .Tree front every deleterious substance and Donald. Coegrove and Lnmmnse. : t.
Courly. Prop. ous'oflice' is of a quanty you may be man' should eat his bread with a to be pnrelv' vegetable. They'' dd not 'ON SAXJTATIOX-Lammas_ Badge" -, and.' .
"IHCI proud of. >4, tf onlY I weaken by their action; bat by giving Joegrovev t
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dripping1, : j scripture\ does not tone to stomach'and bowels. greatly invigorate Ox WATER AND' FIBB/PBOTKCTTOX-, ,
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K (xceed the trutri of the-Xriceasing and the system. 'Regular size 23eJ per Cosgrove, Graham and Badge. "
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J \ever painful, stri ggle ,for, existence.Taking.it box. Sold: by Townley Uro' .,, drng. ists. .LoD1ll1uand.ON T LICE i iANDtcIUBITIJS-BroWDf I : .F v ;.

> yby j ittle and large, it is a 13dec-eo6w-ly. \, ii'. 9rahem., _. (i

\\1 l -.r1 M1AMIi i I. i itard.' ('old and cruel' world, in which To Real Eaiate ''I rosTMASTER !tAT MIAMI-J. S. Warner ;i
'lih bel' Agents. I ASSISTAST 081'IUSTKB"'Frant
(A Is ot except! by toil and! .Fiarce4
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t , . dull l in\your 'lme 't
..j. \ "1 JI \ //lngu ); lalHl6r tI'8.1itt1r: Il n during the first s"year of our existence, STATE OFFICERS. .. :

i: BUSINESS and RESIDENCE ... anyt degree of care and that we did. not fl't'llike urging you '\'to {Offices at Tallitbaimee.tla. _
f; \ pain!!. Tliere Care, indeed., regions use printer's ink very lavishly. 'GOVKBSOR: -Wm. V. Jiloxham.J 1
wht' e tFie"eanh sontaneously brings'orth'f We feared we could not ghrex-you iKCKETABT? OF t3TATaJna''IiCraw- 'j
J' 4LOTSiTT rnit e'nyiij .for small value received. for your motH.)". :' 't. ford.. ., t' >1,
)- a populaion When there were no buy era y oil!could COllPTRoLL2R- -Wm. II. Reynolds. )/ J:.,
.:% '_" and where- moderate effort will not sell real estate. ' :. TREASURER. B.'W itfield. ..

t1 I argely increase! that product t. while Lots of< money squandered! \] : mvertising 'ad.' ,.1TToaNST-OE EBAL-Wm.l|B., Lamar..
r \ the climate i thatJife is .which brings no return*. \' SUPEnttrUDENT OF PTJBI.IC INSTRCOCoMMISSlfiSIONER : r_
*so benign easly -
1 Now For Sale .j .
-- '' ., / But Judicious advertising "'AYSbt( U r ''Jo .-Wm. X:8b l1ts. '
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J., .protected\ rom exposure.
than other OF AaRICtrtfuBE
iany' lnient can L.
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: \ these! .-are ''not tlie regions where..DJan' 'make*. i| ', B. Wornbwell. 5| . y I

eyer has, or seemingly:I ever can becorqea : -Tf you have sQrn thing:; to sell am( ADJUTAST-GR'- -Patrick. Houston
Priceslroitt: to $ Per Lotj being there ,are people* who want what youhave .
noble
J: ljMO | : ..andeven. here, in themidst COURT '
SUPREME
;\ / of \ the it will' pay you 1 I t, JUDGES*
!: tropical plenty, s..rpentsilngl
make the fact know .IHIont',i R.F.Taylor;Chief Jnatuw. !o ,..
iccordln ; the tigr| prowls at night We Jw.llefrom' rta:- F. B.Carter,Associate nsti're. \
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location ,
j l to around the village; the earthquake and tion that printer's ''ink. pays.the rea M. II. MabvyAeaoeiate, J Justice .,'
t 1-4 -' \\ : the tornado, work their. frightful' mischief : estate! dealer better] .than {Ian)' \\Otllf't Cow iilnlcatione to any of the', State '
Lb' I \ 'I kill I, business man, providing,there is! a de* Officials or Supreme Judges should
cholera l arid malaria their
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manrt for land in thq locality b+ addreeaed to Tallahaaaee,, Florida.:
;, t 'Railroad tacit? Miami over'the Florida East Coast Railway will be refunded teach millions, while ,every few years gaunt is }located. 1 I \' ,-

!. ; : purchaser of,g]lot, provided purchaser will produce receipt for.aach fare,which famine stalks over the land, leaving it There ,in a good demand for Whte'h U.S.SENATORS FLORIDA f

} i'" receipt :will be.received as cash in part. payment for lot. j, i. : \ : cumbered with ''corpses.'Throughout . this vicinity.. It inconstantly lion.Samuel Pasco, Monticeho, Fi&.a-
ing. Land buyers are. : i .
B. REID : all the regions,inhabited Hon: Stephen R., Mallory, Tallahataea, ,
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an ,on section
: \ JQHIf Agent, every day. I Fla. l
by our own :race, riCi1is a terrible close If you can make one salejof a tborj"" k '_ .':4
: ; F6rt: Dallas' Land Miami i
rfc"( ;: tl and grinding struggle. From four toseven sand-dollar propert with the help'o. UNITED:STATES "'
CONGRESSMEN
F Or E INdRAflAM Vj\ -Pr s't I i"1 I months the'earth' lit> I" the METROPOLIS and get a eommlasiorof
j Jij\ s'llpcked up ten per cent., you will make: eriougtmorieyf FIRST DIaTRICiEmbrieing!I the Eaat
I Fbrt !Co. in!frost, and its Wretched inhabitant! out! of the transaction tet Coast-Hon. JL W Davis Palatka .
,!; i-io-tf-b.> . rp.na 1 Lana [\. AngustineFlar one -SECOND DISTRICT-lion.. 8. M. .
-*- t | 1 OVt"rOVf'r the scanty flfte and try to pay for a lot of advertising. : Sparkman --
outlast the winter. When summer We are confident the time bas arrivedwhen \, Tampa 1 ,
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-" opens k, i is to a harsh_ soil that the peasant it will nay you handsomely td RAILROAD COMMISSIONED-i--- I I {t
use our advertising: cblumrsj liberally. :
. Little Bros Fertili No Phosphate Co ,resorts to win the mean canty'a: Describe the best bargains! you -have! r.. II. M' Davidson, Quincy, Fla Ch'n
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x' VI.er' the.. beat, of hare y preserving life. tor sale and give price All good II. E. Day,'Gainsville. -
q Sterility istherult' among t he soils o( marked in plain figures" a the beseverything J. ii. Bryan, K seimmee. *''

:?' t,: JACKSON ,!' ORIDA. the! earth, mountaIn and plain alike. policy.) I John L ;eeleyJ, Jn, Clerk, Arcadia.
: Prt'pareAprice list of Headquarters and ofQcea of.the Board
The .exceptions a e a comparatlvel you have for sale, and ha re us prih'attractive, at Tallahassee. L :.

few! fertile .valley, ; in,.wbicli .are con you a few hundred. copies i '; J
centrated the uctive form. {Send them to correspond:'! UNITED, ST ATESCOMM1SSIONERS: '
r ; Mannracturers rI Bmbr f ltili proc essences onature. your '
-" 1t! r n. The literature<< of primitive, ents. They will save jyoa three time s John B. Reilly and Wesley. .M.Featherly -
: their c ost in time and postage alone:. Miami 4 -
people is.ever telling the story of tbisunfr You need not write along letter' jus' .'- !
lh.JB SinK wrestle itb",t ,hard.con- a short! note, and enClasea pricetlis t '" -,
t1 1 i '!TomoG o'U, : ShO. ld"/ .f Je / r, .because the tslJ ditions of zisteu' re, and the same and they will make sales for" youaug27tf SENATOR'( .FROM,13Tt1, DISTRICTEmbrBm'tnrtBrerr'rdAndDade Cunnttes.: I.. '

,.Ir'",, < I I- / ,- \\'Ihe-c"ea"'es.l,, .. . I I'f dreary tale I is repeated down ,to our j Hon.. E. N.Dimick.'Palm.Beacb.- ,

'tll i. Little Bros/!':Yegetablej',No.hl: ,' 'and Li i tie Bros Tomato owH spring day.Alcman1"the season nf, the short' Greek fare;;"calls and To The Vegetable Grower! : 'MDADE. COUNTTrREPRESENTATlVE..1.-: : > .

; : ,; /./Special ''are' |the, Best Bradd* on the . Ietia
{ : *" ;i "l':' 'market; for'tomatoes l -- f :, peasantry' spoke:of f'the starving sea J. H./BAHBBNBtTRQ,''BRO. ft: CO. : COUNTY OFfICERS .

.,.. : -. 1 ', J F ), son',' which,immediately, preceded the ,''And alsoj saw YORK.BKSRT '. County Judge:-Allen E.Heyser,Juno.
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\. : '-'.'? JOHN .'ELLIS.4Agent I \ harvest of the year. t If,then,you complain *: SPBOSON/ Philadelphia, County At.tomt"y-R.R.TaylorMiand.,
i" .:, I ,.. 'I of poverty'make': 'your'complaint Rain thit season. Cards and Stencil< on:application Clerk of Circuit Court anti-Recorder of
\ 1 A ""a., ; Market reports by telegraph.ABKU . Deeds'A. F. Qninby Jnuo. : U
q.KP. .. l : and squarely '
ma fully against the 2AI4r tf'4.amn '
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It l i 'Sberilf-R. J.-fChillingwortb West
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\ ., ,-, ,. &T earth, for poverty, is Palm Beach. fe re
l' 'c ,. Y T largely Ilia work.; ; '1 he socialist: is simply 'BaRYARiy ; FKTCK JNEYIY C.>Uectur of Taxe--TlJ. HardeeCocoanntQroVe. -

dishonest charges humanSociety ,I BERNARD ABEL & CO,- !; x .- -

/N drth Miami misery upon jocie'ty.' {' ,has done, WHOLESALE COMMISSION MZBCHAlfTS, Palm Assessor Beach.of of.TuesL. j- .G.C.-lIaight-W' --

I vas ly tiiore; to relievemisery] i than to Cor. \yasliiiuftou & JayVsU'NW\+,York. eas.nrfr-4! : .,FJ, Lamood. ,West Palm_ *
create it.. -... l Tueniy'yeaN' retool for promptness, rellabl1ty 1. Beach. '.'. .I
: ,, I ;"' .' and '-l pricesKef erf to Irvine; !'iallnna! Surveyor-Franklin. Sheen, West Palm< "
i : ": : Hank, New York, and. Florid "- "
, many growerwhose !., Beach; --
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: .' \ t't'i protliH-c<< weselL Send a poitatfor eor.! ; :
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1' \ Advertise the METROPOLIS.te Kaperintendent'
I-, f. '. _- reef aUMUI information., $ 4fettfb.ss County Pnblic In-
j: _ : _" '1. I 'j. 1; V 4 1 trur.tion-z. T.'Merritt, Buena Vista.
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e' Will. erate to \ 1 ; l : N.'W. Pitta Lake W'orthChairlDaL
1 . . \\I '.1 { ,1; / :' G. W. Lainehart,Palm Beach. : _
i :1': 5o tQe W.J.. Shone, Cocoanut Grove.

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,North MIa 011 Lots are only half \mile, from .tie'! New, HOST EXCELLENT' SERVICE'EVER OFFERED .OUT OF FLORIDA. ' (Embracing:"Bade'and other Coontlei!)
i' Circuit Jadg ohnD. Broome, Oramlo. '
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; :Terminal! or' a.few 'minutes1'.wal: Size 60x100.i : N0iTi-i EAST WEST.THBOUGH \ 4';\ 'r -
+ Prosecuting 'Attorney--J. D. Beggs
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in lot.
Alley rear every !, Cool:jind breezy: -PVLLMANDBAWIIW! j Orlando. r-

.\ '_ . : i J locations! ; ,\ 1 \. ;, COACIIE8 BOOJtCARS, ,.D1NIKO CARS,. ''I i I Clerk Fall Term of_Cdnrt of Circuit'A. F.Ouinby Conrt convenes,Jnffb. .I

; \ TOROIfGBPABE VESTIBULED TRAINS. \ First j
on Monday after Fourth
Mondayin
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.1\ : F'RICE$5.OO,, TO 7'5 ? Nb \ \ November. \ .

.'' "" \ i i .1-t " "NEW' YORK FLORIDA LIf 1ITED., ""' I j.Fourth Spring Monday Term"in on ApriL,First Monday- , ; after- w
Verttbnlrt
Solid train of Pollmaa Dnwlag Ra<)tri Compartmeot. Qbaerratlonl an4'Dining *
: ,..rf'n\ y one wmle theyt, :may be"had, ,:'cheap.. They will\; Cars between St. AUfiutln and New York without ehaage' 1 '' : DADE COUNTY'COURT.

J be.j worth dquble'"a few monthshence when the New "VVASHINarONEND, \ !jLlriITEDu ( \ .'' Count .
i Judge=Allen E. Juno.
i i 'Through VMtiba wing-Room Sleeping Ct t between'Tampa pad New York, Heyser.
Terminal i is Easy Terms. i :'* .< ,f via JaeluonTlUe,8rtvannah and Columbia,wfU oot ohmng '. '' Y ,'; Prosecuting Attorney R. ,BJ Taylor,.
ed1. "UNITED. STATES FAST MAIL" ; ' 1 Miami. 4
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\ / I. Pullman Dr.wtirfRoom_Buffet Sleeplnf Can oetween i JackxmTlUe- and. New York. j Winter Term-First, Monday. in January '
't. t CII CIImple Bobbins &' IDI ham t1. ] j. .
\ -x I ;;, ; ,Embracing Lynchburg, CharlottesvilleI I +!I I Spring; Term-First Monday in April

.ib '2jiily97-tf-fs. ,t' 1., VOVER f! POST OFFICE., / -I Ai4D ',Washington-Baltimore_ : and Philadelphia., I SammerTerm-firsi :Monday in Jnly.
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J I "CINCINNATI FLORIDA LIMITED.'.'} | 1 Fall Term-First. ..Mondar in" October, '-
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, Imported Yneltatxbajo, $1 per or,(10 per pound i ovrhf&ra Solid Vettibuled Coach..trum rnxnlnf of Pullman taroucb Drawing-Koom without obAnte Sleepinc between Can JaduonTille and First QAM sad QauI.a-Th 1e 1 u.'a:.LAND OFFICE:OAINSVILLE. FLA ,

T5 \ Florida Sumatra.grown 75c pr,one oz.year to 17.50,60r pr Ib.- ,. MinnUcturln A ,. v / I'I nat. i t K. ">. "j I U. 1)|Wainwright,!,Paceivsr. .f.
... 'I "Tr 'I' Leaf Tobacco 400 tz.; 'i Ib. FIELD,AND r 1 I ';J. }[. Barav Register.,
-. .81" pr pr Also I |
; ..... : Or.ac'} C' .0' 'e. e' GARDEN 8EEDS4-Corn Field Varieties 20c per qt.pocr Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to I oJl'

;.:,. .. .I. VarliUt.25cprgL-postpi paid,11.60 per boot frelebt 1. 2.25 not freight paid/Sugar orexr - i! .Cincinnati, ,via Columbia and Ashevllle-Tbrough' tho 1 Wild L
'. 7 press not prepaid Cncnmber,fiOc per Ib post paid. 'i THE \ ' Cheap ,Lands >
4Uaah & Ibf or over, not prt".ld\.llie: nf lll. All other aeed! at.eanallr reduced rate*. International 50 acres good fronton the
,Stock,Food,6rte per pkt. International Poultry Food.38c per pkt; ;L,,CAMERON.,: .- \ Through sleepers ttt.Wr; -,AUanta;mrmtDKhaoi.Memphis and.Kauaaa Qty.. Bay situated on Key I Largo-near Pomp
_And to ChattanopfSh L. vile and 8i Lotda. '. . . ,
"jIDt7 ffhf. 1 ... JacksonTiile,Fla ; .; H -
; % > T > \ f \ I, < km Kt"hf.ins:: lot 3 of section 12,and
: For" detailed .. T lot 1.of :section 13.Township 59, SouthJthge
; in formation to rate achrtule*, aipiaf car rwerVatiOBK, eta apply to ,
. ,., ,I. MY agent of. the ttoVTIUt Hai.wAT or its--ecUww. 40 East. Price $1R per acre.
i' : 4. 1 ''l :. : f I I I l 1 i '!Also lot.4 of eectioofSI, and lots and ,

'_ I, ,... (.... ,L.1,SHIPMAN., Flor da"Pa n. gi., 313 West Bay;Street. JacktonTilU, Fla\ 2lof' section 3?,, 'Township Thispehinanla !
of Rang 37 East-111
acres.
: 'W : J. 'IO'yLP. i 'V! i..TtTBI, i I 8. H. HABDWIOI,. 'Madeira Hammock,
i Dit.ii e 8t rde : .. ', near : .on
'IJpmptlyiFilled.ami namcwMananr. j lien.Pea .Ou.. '
fi: r .Co'W I .. pa Agt., b.0.I .u." P.w.AtlanU.A ft. H.' ,. the mainland. It Las:amile office ehell

: \ ". Ice.CbM. S.vN.GIadwjniMang'rJ; I'r. -' January!17 y89,3 -- \ \ t ., !1 aere.beach and nia'dsira Ural i.er. Price'93 per. ..

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I. i I \\ THE MIAMI METROPOLIS, \\FEB\ 1,11, 1898. \, \ \\1.; s.




/ North 'Miamf'T.own\\ Lots : \ Fit '&. P, R, R MIAMI/ 'PAINT SHOP :J THE PEACO.CK'. NN,' ft

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T/J. WEAVER LOCATED ONBISCAYNE ,
PROP-*. ..
., I .Shortest Line between Florida and all l'
Ranging? in Price From ,$30 to $ 150. House, Sign and I Carriage .L BAY

A Selected List of Bay! Biscayne. Property. \ \ "| Northern Points. . f Five" milea Booth of Miami.

'\,' / ; Tract: and Cheap Land If r InYestment.r I: \. Everett. Savannah' Augusta. ]Ga Columbia : ,The oldest and largest hotel'

Frost-Proof,, .Bearingl ',Orange Groxes. I IN \ Washington' Baltimore, g (|3 ion the Bay. Headquarters .
rUI\\ /Paiutillg "
\ New York
Lands* Philadelphia, t.,for 'Biacajne. Bay. Yacht ,
' No.
.. I t Phosphate Boston and the ,' I Club., '*' ,

I If 1 East. ball Steam Unnch Connection Miami f
Choice Property of Every Description Everett, .Maconl Atlanta, Cbattanooga i \ Wlti ..

MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION, ON BOTH' THE| EAST AND Nashville l..oulnlUeClucinoaU and;Chicago Decorative Wall Paper Hanging! a epeo- Bates, $!ipb Per Day and Upward.! r
Everett Birmingham. Holly Sprint Menu
laity Graining, Hardwood Finishing ,
Louis \ ; Special.Batea; by the Week:
RockJansa.City St. Chit-
1 phis Little )
a \ .. WEST ., and Kalsominfr. All work l(
t COASTj.arltfif. \ go Sioux City j I
River Junction Pensaeola. Mobile, (Row r'. guaraDt.eedst) ofl, refs HAS PEACOCK & SON Proprietor -
CTaddeU Mexico, California and the Fad ,
leansJTexas
:E. ..A1 encee will be' given. j
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lie coa. ! ; \ 4- S21=1. Fla. EFFECTIVE. MAY IO, 189 ATe D and 9th Stl, MIAMf Flf:7mayr..U'hf. . COCOANUT GROVE, FlJA. -\ ,

+ r TX'EW: ><>KK ExrU No..3S, ;Leave 7 a\ksou' .. : t All the Tear. 1.1 \ .
"t vile H': a. ni, with Through Pullman Sleepers I 'i, .
for Savannah.Columbia. Wanhlngtnu BaU
: ,1 tiniore, Philadelphia.. New York and Eastern

Train' Dints.N'...Connects!s7 rearheft for Jacksonville FernamlinH.:30p.m.Return i Po You Know( ? ,OF COURSE \ .
Good-thing
r NEW \ .... nouville 7:00 f.10., dilly for same point north. *OUDO !. .
j' Carrie Through $Sleeper Jacksonville: New
York. No. arrive 9:10 '
Return p '
Jacksonville
a.m.. .. Then yon HAVEN'T SKEST! FLORIDA, or-you would; BE HEBE. I., '", ..t
\ CINCINNATI AND J4x5oxtILLX. No, 3ft Leave Are yon GRpwiso OLD ?' Of course; so ABE: :wz, \\ '1 i t .: - \
,Jacksonville' 7:00 p| m. via Even It, >Mttcon, \ '
Atlanta.Chattanooga- Connect for Louisville Bat not so fast,.because',our MILD CLIMATE, | :1 1.. -\
\ \NashvilU', M.Louis. Chicago and all Northernand Wlthvitfl WARM SUJJSmST', OATS and LONG COOL SIGHTS,. .," :' I\ !
wcateritpolnta.! train arrive! Makes LIFE WHAT'.IT, otrogT TO BK. '; a :1\
JackiomilleS.. ifl. f :, 1 .. ',i. : #" C
% 1_ AliI!F.\'lI.LE Koi'TETbrouRh PnUman Sleeping I 'f
Car hervice for Cincinnati,Via Savannah, Do YOU LOVRI'LOWERS, frmta 'and.vegetabJes ? CEBTAIXLT !I. So do we. "'r :
\ Columbia. Asheville,\allot Spring Knoxvllle: Bur A HOME_on the EAST pOAST, ; -:. :.
\ \ { through the celebrated Mount'aln Country ol WHKKE yon can RAISE ;TOUR OWN. I : f
,. North Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 7:u> p.m. \'
Wit the LABOR *
Arrives Cincinnati 7MO a. m.. Returning, arrives LEAST !'ud'nnNu.: 'i ...
j&ckMMivUle V.lOa ui. . < '
\ Only line. through; the beautiful hill conntrj Do you 'DISLIKE WINTER ? So do wal '- ,' .' 4. .' r ..
of Middle. Florida, Peiisacola. and Encambu '' .
Then Tot
COME FLORIDA ; we're HBBK! TO STAY. 3
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Bay leave Jacksonville 9:15 a.m by No.tidally
: for Lake City Live Oak Madison..Montlcello.Tallahassee ,We have SCRFJ-BATHINO,;\SWIMMING, and SAILING ALL THE T$ B..O.mW.
,.liver Junction Penaaeotai; Mobile :
] New Orleans, and the southwest Mexico, ,. \ABE: Ton interested is t1B'1' \ '- 7<',

i i'J California and the Pacific Coast Carried S'Wr>- ,!F so, WE are Totr.n, ; j, ; .. ". I. > .
Return,No. 1 arrive! at Jacksonville J:56 i
eta. j A tWs to onr ibteffl8tec1\m\ \I , ': Address DRAWER "M" \ M
It. Leaves Jacksonville] 9:15 .. m.i\ for Stark, Will DO WONDEB3. ',. l SAIST.AUGUSTINE,'FLoRIDA.atlgl3.ft r
\ in Hawthorne', Silver Spring, Ocala. ''Gainesville, ; '\ '. ,
t Cedar Key, Wild wood, Leesbuitg. \
Apopka, Orlando Lacoeehce. Dade City Plan ti
.City,Tampa Arrive Jacksonville *15 p. m. .

Nashville Route-Through Pullman Sleepers The Lemon City, Hotel l l S BS CAxEY'DADS ; I

VU ET rett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga.LeaveNfttcksouville . ., Ilanager:. .
7Mp, m., arrive Nashville {
'\ t 7:00 next p-. m. t COUNTY, FLA.., ON THE .ATLANTIC COAST. ;;.
n l.ea.,8I'allbvl11e 9:00'ft..In., arrive. .. JickwnVille : .
8:10 next a. m. : A "'pleasant location, the ventilated
very near Depot Large '
: J.t SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TINEIt.Ii It.!, LOW RATES Cumberland wick 8:15 by a. In.-Leaves the j\Cumberland. Jacksonville! Route steamer(or Brans and- Grand 1 Vi4w' of Biscayne. Bay. - rooms' a.

-it finest Cuisine and Service 'roTranaferBetweetaJaeksontilleandNewYork. 4:00 p. in-Local for Everett, Close connection Good pnntiDg(and Fishing.? : Accessible. tl,\\Ocean' Bea h-
t\ '", The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome Mew"" steel Steamer: .or Brunswick.! Shortest and quickest ,
route."'. I I 1-
t 'Comanchft '(news, t Algonquin, t Iroquois, i Cherokee, i Seminole. 5:00 p. m-Local for Tallahassee pnd later Good Table and all the Comforts ,of- Home :
) mediate points Arrive Jack8onvllle4,15 p. m. : '
9:40 p. m.-For Tampa and intermediate AT',VERY .
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i' MODERATE PRICES.A .
\ NORTH-BOUND. \ ; point Pullman Ileel>"fI. Arrive! Jacksonville \ .
\ Steamera @ to Ball according to the tide. .7:35 a:.in. . \ \ \ ) '1r
\ From Jackflonrllle Fla..4 (Calling. at Charlenton), Sundays,Tuesday and Thursdays. Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Asheville quiet, delightful place faro Write for terms, et&, to _
From Cbarleson, C., 1 |1-, Mondays Wednesdays Fridays. leave Jacksonville 7.00 m. arrives .. 1 6l
For bours of sailing,see'{Clyde Line"Schedule; .,or''Jacksonrtlle-and Charleston daily papers. AnbeVillel m..arrives Cincinnatlili4oa.m.For \\ \ '' :t
\ I ;)Macon Atlanta two trains daily. Leapt. l MRS JOHN, T.CAREY, .
\ \ SOUTH-BOUND. Jacksonville 8:isa. m. and?:00 p. m. \ I \ "
Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29,'East Paver, New York at 3 m. as follows- Summer rates to excursion points,1\.in. effect sug27.tf g.es-mo' i, \ DEMON CITY, PLA.1 i
'li, Fer Charleston 8.C.. i -i v Mondays. lVednesdayaandFrtdaya.FoTJaekaonvllle. June let.Pullman. ' 1 : *
Fla. ji (calling: at<'harlestdny<; .Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde . Sleepers on all nlghttrslni.t _
: \ J. Send for Best Indexed Township Map of '

: New. England!. and Southern. n Lines ( jt) . Florida. _A.Qenerall'aisenKer o. Agent The Plant : System.. : j

,4t} \ Calling at Charleston s. C., both ways N. S.. '\|'PENNTnme Man.l'... .

. STEAMERS' "DELAWARE" AND ''OEO. W CLYDE:;! '. ,. Perfect Passenger Service '

From foot of Began Street. JackaonVllLeTHURSDAYS Are Appointed to sail as follow. \;, 'From. Lewis Wharf Boston -J. H BAHRENBUR BRO. &.CO. Reaching the .Most. .Important Points in Georgia i Ala- i

\ : : FRIDAYS WHOLE8AL COMMISSION; MERCHANTS 1 bama South Carolina ;
Florida Cuba
and '
1O8 Murray street *RW YORK CITY. -
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: ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE.
y CLYDE'S KstaMMiedears.. Special attention paidto Nova ''Scotia.ILVEost ". :
-r" ; IDE BARY LINE) ', : :' \ Southern triilta! and Vegetables. .Stencllsand .
cards on application to t r : : 15ip1'endid ': :
Palatka EnterpriseAFla. and Intermediate ap"te s ;
Jacksonville, Sanford, H.PRICE. WILLIAMS,
\ ; the' Sfo ',River. in-4mo-h-si-mo.. Miami Resident -t
Landings on 7h.ns : I4j< AKent. --9-'=: .
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-The elegani steamer'"CITYIOFAJIACKSON ---'; .- =:::s'z
BERRY &SPROSON.
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VILLE
: WHO'. ESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS:

3 ', .:. t 142 Dock Street. PHL\' ]>RLPHIA.ftiMithf "

1( Leaves Jack nnyUle.... ..:.;..?............*.....Sundays. Tuesdays and Thursdays lit .'.:Op:m rn Fruits and i'egvtables a !l1.e cUlty.IU .
\ Returning Leave. Sanford,.......,.v..1. Mondays; Wednesday! and.Fridays at f.oo aim.I >f>*reiiCM; IK\'INO N\TIOVAI, BASK, 1'hiU- 1
I . delpiiia. ; Dul5mr'sTitEETs, Agency
1 :; SOUTH BOUND SCHEDULE '.- NORTH-BOUND Cards and IIll'nc'lI\: on applii'atlou to
Read down Kea up-
..i Leavy 3 90 p. m. \' !:... .:... ..' . .: ..I Arrive i a. moo ..... \ H. PRICE WILLIAMS.I4jan4moh t
345 p.m800a.ni . .... Fhlatka ..,. . .I\ Leave snop,m. -
S" 1! 4 80 a.m.00a.m.: :::'.:.:. .::..c.:.:'... .. :::::.j Astor, FranclaBine ... : .:. :.L: j. ,-:,,: .", 2 1 00 30 p.p. m m. --- 1 ...)ti

"' : \ .. ... : . 'll3lir.in. I YOCR'ORRE8roYDJS'c -Use Well
.s ... ... ....: . ... .... Springs .,. ... ..,..,..f . ,., .11 rrtve'830a.n'. i t" . SUB/ord; '; W A. w.K y
I 9.s' a. m. .:: ::::;::.,:!,::::: : .:. :.Enterpriae..t..1.!, ::: :: : .. .<:(; .:: <9 30 a. inGeneral I but get oftlce.it good.'- Get it-at, .|the METROPOLIS tfPREPAnixtl .

Passenger and. ,Ticket Offlce201. West Bay Str, Ja kaonrille.JNO 1 I ,

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( L HOWARD. Sun. JACK8OXVHU FLf4'M.;IRONMONGER{ J.., F. P. .A.:. .

1 T. O. EQER..T. M.. W;'.H. HENDERSON.. E. P. AW.::H. WARBURTON. ; Gi T.P A. FOIL T E1FtTjBEr
i 1 'I & BOWLlNe ORCEX, NEW TO8K. :, r \ \ -'
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'". WM. P. C Y.DE' & C_ 0.:.,' Gen'l Agents.B : I, f i

1 B01nOrGreen, New'York City.. t...4 W So. DeLUvePhiladelphia.. : 1.1.Ut IntheWestC6ast Resriomof Florida. r.


I I' 1. '. .t, v THE PLANT STEAMSHIP LINE. .


Georgia Southern, and Florida R'y. ta 4X Steamers: Plying .between Port! Tampa, Key: Westand" k

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Havana, and between, .Mobile ancl. Port<< Tampa.. .

"Suwabnee River: Route", to:, All\ ,Points'North nd9A\S:. I ,B. w. WUENN. Traffic, Manager.! . ''\' lt.Cl.McFADDEN.Pafis. Gen. Pass. Agt. .


', \ . =: Operating th* Celebrated:- |, I j j"DIXIEFLYER" ggra.TTg>.'Vi.iGr-SC.\ I aF

'L M. JOLLY, Division Passenger.Agent: Jacksonville, Fla.Aes't . ,-.
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Time Table 'No.' 67.Tanuar3r; : Z nd, isas, i 7
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J, I BUD..DOW. ..'STATIONS.. t\ READ 1 Dr.Dlxit Il ,f t :,' t( n (N. 1:. dt T4 S. 8...C0..)
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FLYER. 8'tEP. FLYER: I' STEP I J Jackson I hear Jack is taking sulphur 't[ I \

-.511.--+--. ..;...;... 620.)1. Leave .......PALATJtA..ArriTe -935 PI. -.1. ....,. -9 r.olA.1I b&ths.t > Key .Wt Fla., 'w :New YorkThe
9 i5',. .....;.... 8 M . -.,........I Lake Clty."..\.....;.,.. .. .6 45 .,...... ,6 25I'! JohnSoues; the doctorsavebim' ,
4'111, ." ......... il20 ..'.Idosta..:... 4501i . 'fl, .
35 i x .... ,.....L20 Lease'.1' .Tlfton... .-..'.".'Arrive 313 ..j".."..'.'.. 3111.&. xA ,'up eo he is sort of preparing himself fog .magnificent steamers of tbia line are appointed< ,,to leaye . .

00 r .. a2II Leave .. .TACDONVILLE..Arrive Si ,...... ;': .& ay the. future.Comic; Cuts. I '
.t 12150\\.... x ...H.u..,_s... 115 P. ....... ......"UtoD .......' .. ..... 300 .+,10.. :
:llJ _........ t M ........ ......:..Cordele.I:2&: .,. ..:..:: o Itentembers What lie W.a. ", Key West ;Every Saturday. ,, -
4IS .a.. ..;... 435 ;;. .....J : .....Macon..: ......._ ..... II :2eA III s{........ 1125 t'x IWhen' declareS. tbat-I'm a #ool. ,
......_ .. ....... Lene ... pa
V 45 ; 1 33 A.rriY'eAtllDta.i. 7110II\ 7 rod 1ta '
IS i .. ......::1.. 830 Le.e..UantA.: .-.A.trlve: 711;:. x .rf.......rt:''. '7 'IIJ p x Although, \) can't admit Its tfutn. arriving-.' in NEW' YORK following Tnesday.j Service and( accoramotlationa '
tOO K ....., I 00 A III ... .Cb&Ua1oolt..L.: : 3 6)1. .!:"."". 255 Lathe excuse him on the ground \ strictly imt-elaea' ; t '. ,. -
'66S r ."..t..:%. 6 40 Arrive.:..;.:.NASHVILLE.,..._Leave to 10. ii .:.L.r.... t to( A x That he recalls his days of.youth,
''7.5q'' x ,..,...,.. :1 YO A II Leave..NARH-YLLE..Arrive 1.4 ai :::-::::::;- It e-0. x \ Chicago Record._ From VIA lyORT
.2'80 A x .:l.,..... 12 25 P x Arrive;....;...LoulS\1i1e.....: Leave 820 rl .. .. 21) t BOllto'n. Brun.8Wick a toNew: York
700. I .i.....". 4 05 Arrlve.Clu'lnDati .:. ....Le.-e 4 05 ; ..... II 0 r x \lln J1'| BOAL, a ,
.1 Wi PI .......... 30 A x. .eaveN ..;.:;.. J'rire 8 ffi T't .........,. 8 y. Miss\ Browning-N hj- do y 'persist "
.12 40'Ax ......:.. I 2i rill .........;......Ev.n."IIJe-.I.. .. 1 58 ... ...... 21 in being so naught.? | PASSENGER SERVICE : \ ,
7 20l, ....".... '132 Arrive..::......SL Louts.......-...Leave 11)6. II ...\.,.... 855 PI VIA FeroandlnAF.ta: A P. By.) and Comber- 1Via Everett and Southern Railway
6 MIl' . ....... 725 A x Atrive..L..Kanaaa City:..,:.,Leave 900 P .. too" x Browning Beans-You don't\vantme land Route : :: 1 ,
12 } '",: ...+. Ii w P x Leare..E..EVANSYILLE..Arrive tI 65 rx 7" '.... s 40 A x 'to die do youN auntie ; ou'kn4iw "the Jacksonville .......\.................8" 1% am Lv. JacksonvlHe..J.l.: ..................409pm .
'4 r. .,:....-t.. 122't +,!!,,!J' H"l1te... .....1.:. ,510,t I ..'..ic. r. 12&58OO >> 'good'die.'\ young--Yellow: BookLA Lv.Fernandinat. ::.:..:.:.:\.X..:.,..:::.::.A'30pm T.J J. > .. ..1 y......... ......... 40 p m
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: 817 P ...:..0mCAGO..-;.. Leave I n2 x.a. ... 7 53 p li' 1, HarnoNrlMiss In.I Ar.Bruniwkt. Dully; except Sunday> 530pm; Arf; .,... .,. .._,0........,.7 to p m .

-. .The "DIXIE FLTER"ls solid'train bitw.'eo Palatka' .and Mscon, and o rates-throullh' Propltlon ijn passengers allowed on board for supper on ThnriMlayg. ,
Day iv>ach between Jacksonville and Atlanta I and also Pullman'Buffet Sleepers between Jacksonville Bondclipper, believe\\ the I ROPOShD SAILINGS : T
and Nashville,' without change t also local Sleeper between Palatka.ndl >I con. gas.- marriage of opposites, Mr. De3 broke. Lv. New York pier) 21 E R.,ISO p. m. (Standard Time). . Lv Bmniwlck '
scnters. can remain in local Sleeper 41 Maeon until 730*. m.QdtCK31KP" ; -. \ l. Mr.''Deadbroke-So,do I, especially' as ; Friday Oct 1 .. . .... .. .... ., . ...h.RIO{ ORAXDE .. .......... .:......;...Friday Oct.
.e..;. : <' . 0 perates Pullman Buffet 81 epers between Jacksonville a and Nashville tir- Friday Oct. 8... .......-... ..,. ..... .. ..., . .. .... .'...........Friday Oct,I4
Inc! passengers MAIU an opportunity> of seeing a the famous. ,"FxciT BEIT; v'.by dsyHght. ', also carries regards financial COnditi ns<.-Brooklyn 11 Friday.Oct 1% ... ... ....,...-. ..--.:...'. ..\' LOOBANDE. . ..,?..;..,, ........,:.Friday,Oct. 22 ; t
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__ 8 THE, MIAMI METROPOLIS, FEB. 11, 1898. 1 \
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t..' Additional\Miami Mince' Heat : I l '" Townley Bros..1, Registered Pharmacists: '" '

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; We are agents for ; \ # ,
We have .the, largest and finest line : ; CORNER AVENGE'D'AND' lib,STREET_ Hf BISCAVSETescrlptlons ' -t .
of HcrSptsandlithogmureselected, for liatllaWay, Sonle :: :
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I job printing, on, the east c ast. Try us. & Harrington's Filled l at All Hows. A Full tine oi8< Of ,

: I MIAMI, FT.DALLAS and BISCAYNK BAY
, Pat. Baker, managing editor of the I II \
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Evening Xews;|and Detroit Tribune*of Men'sFine!\ oes Ice Cold Dr kl-Wl"'h'. Gape' Juice a Specialty.; A Full Line of<
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Detroit, Mich4 passed Saturday last in \, /!
Miami. Ile !s the \guest f: of Major I ,Toilet Articles, f>oniertti-.and, | Imported,perlU n :I" Fine, Line '
Boynton at Hj poluxo. Mr, Baker and They flxcel\ ,
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W. M. Featherlyverecompanion' oompttMtnr -; } all'ot | of Statit ut>ry. Full Lirie. of Imported and: Domestic Cigars..''' \

*. at FIint, Mich., as boys, but They >fit like!\\.s illove. I ,
had not met.'since 1876. Their old acquaintance 1 \ "
was renewed by being ,,Tney sear Af.EV S FOR Tln CEtYBR"Tf; D ,HERMAN CORTEZ, CIOARS. < -
like iron. I Fr H Avis A FILL'R AND Wa. Pn'L > '
brought together Tiy Mayor Reilh. '
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Both had made some advancement in Call and !see bin I floe line. I I I
life since: their boyhood and enjoyed i. I X' I *
days : 'i, For'a Good smoke of 1u trthe' |\ .
several, hours talking over old 1 Every' pair' I .
tilllt>s. Mr.'Baker commenced his engagement i giiarauleeil.JO&N II : .. \ 11. HERN AN :CORTEZ.
on she Evening News as a"sub" f .
WELL A CO, I t.t"t1kf. -
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b typesetter in 1876, and, step by I
step, had reached the head position, on Tlt? ;hoe -r' f J
two great'Michigan dailies and is now t ropla.AL.CAEIPEEtA ., -
R ',- entrusted with the control of the policy DEALER,18

6f the two papers. Mr.Baker Is the .... .. Walter W.JPic.kford l ROUGH AndDRESSED'
} eldest of a family, of fifteen children, :: '
: thirteen of whom are living. Three \ I ,

eisters: ..Faith, Hope, and Charity were .
,of one birth, and all three are' living at Yellow, Pine, and ,
Ii.! the age ofd years. 1"
.. Cypress .
: i i i Manager Ludden A; Bat&.$. M. H. ( .

r .LADIES ,1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,
---:. BAZAARt t :
Pianos and ? sheet MUSIC and. -
LUMBERSpecial
' In Fond the
Aid of the Building of Preibytertaa 'r' :
Church. 'j i iJThe / LOWESTPRICIIS, : -

Ladies' Aid Society of the'Presbj : A i We wilt treat you t>etter'and give you better vHlueuor your aizea sawed to order:, Ales\ Fruit anil Vegetable Crate. Let met qtiotar ;
terian Church will,hold a Bazaar and I I money than any other:"house lathe V. 6. send for Catalogue < : #
-e cream Festival at HoteJ. ,Royal ;\ and Pri
L Palm on next Friday, afternoon and '
evening, February! 18, from S to 11 aug20.U.If.. I' COCOANUT GROVE, FLA.GEORGE' .
o'clock, at which will be offered at reasonable .' 1 I : -
prices, in the! music .room, FJHahnBUIBD ;. I \ :
;,f F orida curios, 'shell 'ivork/;fish-scale : I '', B. ,BARKER .
'work, palmetto work,'cocoanut fibre '. '

-work-, ladies'fancy work etc. Watchmaker and' Jewelers, .
t 'The ice cream .nd ;cake will' be .
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ya" yeranda. ;. /! -, ,, i. j i PC'ST mcR1BtnLDtNq,Mhu;FLi.; '"! .
. ,When _the time shall draw near }) Repairing promptly and carefully. attended to, AU work guaranteed=' '.
; for the closing the Bazaar and Festival -, R ou
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NoTtJ-tf-hf., A full of spectaCleand eye glassea, ,always, < bandFredRntter
,the jovial.Captain :Stephen Bravo I
wilt'act.aa,' uctloDeer'aod dispose of i "
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I For some raontps: the ladies K of this -- I t, General_ Contractor
i' j -. church have been working bard to help 45 Post, Office( Box' 5, = MIAMI. 4-' L. a
' I increase the building*furid..and,your I J JI ( I' Blasting.1. Dynamite: ,' -
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,: presence and patrcinage 1 be appreciated fi 11 I -
.!' by them. iTou:will attend;,oft ,I 1 I Fuse, and Caps '
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; iE\ course'you will Music will' be',furnished to ah,elaborate collat1 n. The -pretty ,. I ,Card of \Thanka.e d" Always on hand. ,
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; by,the Hotel- Royal I' Palm 'or-- dining-room was decorated with choice ,,'- desir express 3deett d -
-t : 'chestra. 'q o I ,- Ol!j!j Everj.one. oJJ 1 1 plants and tbe table',was a ,mass of to our sincere : -
thanks
to the friends who BO kindly :
I .. . flowers and filled with choice edibles.
f j'he...health of ,Fort Dallas Lodge :and gai e us their sympathy and aid during ;
_. \ s; ODD/FEIdA g ORGANIZE* ; our recent bereavement; tbe. death of \ : '
w-1' \ Q. '!, the new officers was drank in cold:wax LgOKjThis
|I |r Grand fail; band and father : ". 1
ter." Representative Van '''De- '
i Iaat.tuted.Le.t ,' 'I' H.Wourz.: ,
Tort Dfcdu 'I.o4eN"J1 Wu manin) responee to a request, made I .
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}. r 1!at rday- :1even feJr: Member;Taken some eloquent remarks,suitable to the | t "
t Jacksonville, papers! please copy. !
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t Xa-Offlcen 1Daia1led-Ban- I- occasionjiTbe -l!! Roekerand
> t Y lodge, at its meeting 1. '
J. m 18vealnt. new regular '
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; to 'qaet \ ,, last. Pedneaday, night received ,, 1he' 1\\ ,- -' :
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.f ', f 'Laat Saturday was fa great .'day for and tbe indications are that it will: be to ana hicluding Friday', Feb- : -
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and useful ify 11th, qu steamship Miami will ',1.75
Odb 1 : a'very prosperous organiza ,
-illami. jAl'
; \ -fellowehip l in :
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} ijew tion', |U'| ; make regular semi-weekly trips be- ,
X y 'lodge; was organize under spendid twe ti this city and Nassau," leaving '
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. C;H. Brand| \'Esq.' grand 'master of '- '
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\\l: ',conditions, and, is] [l known ast:Fort the State.of Georgia, was in the cty-( lien on Tuesdays and 'Fridays, and other, ,bargains 'tat -
,f.;: r Dallas Lodge:-Xo.44j | f-[" on Saturday:, {with tbe, :intention of Nas au on Wednesdaysaud Saturdays, ,
; DemanJEq. adding his official dignity to' the'occasion -- Aft r that ti me until$ March 25th, the Edwin Nelson's Furniture '#
J ,I" Et,V. Van grand representative service will btrl-weklyleaving hereon St.oreJ'
Florida down but to the,regret of alt was taken' 1
l: of came quite sick unable to be ) ondays;WednesOajaand Fridays.! ,
and was ,
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L from Jacksonville.forthatpiirposPand At present: tl e JOteal'ier' leaven Miami .MIAMI_ .
present.
:i.' in,a'very'! impressive manner.instituted | J'. _.. for 'assail"oil, sailing days ,at,1.abQutp. 4
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:, ;' _, :'. the ,Ww lodge. The, ceremony_ of institution R L 'IPuckett-Norwood.! I 1 I CORELL'S" , >
joccurred., at '. The I I
"; .2.45'pm'' Mr. 'Paul E.., Puckett and Miss Ho Cocoanut ..
For t Grove
.k 'following are tliechar.er members : i Florence Norwood) both of,TiUmille, :
i :A.|W.; Starbird,\Frank'Piercer, C. A. I. were united in she holy bonds of matrimony : II 'The fast ,and JlI odious launch

.. Casv ell, A A. Baker_ ,-and,F. P. ,Our- in'that town last Sunday. The "Daimler" leajies 1'eacockwharf at Co-
"' < 1hraoPOLIS.aCknowledges: receipt,of a chan lt Hrove except ')
every morning Stable
Ater the Sale
tler. organization following and
, ,1'M i neat announcement of the affair'and. Sunday at 8 o'clock for Miami. arriv- Livery ,
;H persona were oihl\tednto} :the,Order: also. a package of wedding cake. ing a't' foot of Avenue !P; )at 9 o'clock ,\ : ;
.t-- I I 'K. S.: )Wilson. 1.1Yo1fe{G.W. Bought- The groom Is''an excellent,,foreman leaving Miami for Cocoanut Grove at ,

. 'right, F. \". Hahn J>L {J.'.Radabaugh, in the ,prlntlng\\ business; a trade in 10:30 a.'m., i Fare-r.i; cents' each wa)'.
; t '. \' V. -Ct| Savage,. G:. R. Broome. T.' E. which audi men,,'as Benjamin Franklin Will make special: trips,, returning to 'llth street near Avenue ;D, Miami. .
l iSavage C. Rooney, -W.Brad.t'i'and]' J and Horace Greely were,proud to Miami iu the eningfor,.ccolrimoda' .
I. Chuoj 1L.Thompson. The;,lodge then say they were proficient. Aside from' tion of parties',at very reasonable rates. ;, Horace and Males to let and for eale. -
"r ,adjourned until 8 p. m.j when' tb.erde- this be is a'young man of pleasing address Go down' andspena', a!;day or/ two at Fine Bred IBor&es; a:;ayecialty. d
'. 'grees 'were conferred {upon'tbeneW ,- most exemplary conduct and Cocoanut Grove, the prettiest place on '
" -,... I members. "M highly esteemed l by a large 'circle, of the Bay., Spend &,day:at.the homelike Teams' Teams Work Teams
.A-l.delegation from \, Lake Worth friends.. !, }| I' .I Peace k Inn and see the avenue of roy.. Carriage BUggy '
,.' :Lodge No. 43,tf Palm 'Beach'\, arrived ' ',on the 7.20 tram add \assisted :the S.Norwood, of 'itusville, who represented many bther'interesting;sights, in the 30apr97-ly-gfl. ,
,Brevard county in;the legislature viclni .' '\ tf
grand representative!pn conferring y. : \ji\
t ,the degrees. Tbe new lodge is under and was'afterwards- postmaster at .I. ,, --' .L__ : Grape Fruit Persian and
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t :great obligation to the visiting breth ,Tit svUle. J She ia( a charming young --L Fruit 'T"re ,

" ,ren for their presence and the valua- lady;and,,Mr.. Puckett has secured a : e', Tahiti Limes,"Genoa, ,and
prjze.for which there was considerable The :
ble assistance The following Carthagena ,
"l" j are the- rendered.visiting ,Odd com petition*among' !the )young men of>, 'J A'T" i .Lisbon Lemons, 'Dal cy,

- :- x: Fellows Curry,* Gen.from',L.' Palm Branning.Beach J.D.il\ Elgin Livingston F.- Tituaville.We, wish,them j :1\; long life,.of pros" NASSAU. N, P. Your" Own :Tangerine, Harfc's; Tardiff. ; "

,,. J ,'I' J.' A. Pugh;- >j, Ii. 's.1 Frank parity and happiness! and tender,our1best -- A j ELECT FAMILY HOUSE." " Washington: Navel ffif
First Class., ,
IdnerJMax: 'Sirkin, FButler, ,:and, congratulations. ,Strictly 1 ;
--- Geo. S Adams., l' 1't t ,J. ""I :. Now open for the_ season. : ', pTaffa Blood: Ruby .Blood,
... ;/The election and appointment'officers '1 ?, $3 perlday) and-',upwards; \
;.. I for tbe new lodge were as follows: Bay Fronts at,\ OC aDut/Grove : i\ Special rates for ::1 D" ooF .... I,and\ Parson Brown Oran- I

f !t tII A. W Starbird, X* Currier Will\ aeonbe;; all; r xone. We' have a. \ January i and_ April.' I, e," \ : Plums
1'V. G.;'Gordon(. BrootteSec.; Frank tract'of 21 acres left., Price,$4,500. Or i iges'f Japan | and
(, t I'iercejTreas 'R. S. Wilson i we.will cut it in half so as to make two /HESTABLISHED --
, ; warden; 1835.. : Persimmons Grapes T xas Umbrella: Australian Silk
' t R. J. Radabaugh,' 0., G''.;S.'A.,Baker lots of ten:and one-balf'acres each and. r-- .. ; ,
*... J\ I. G.; L. Wolfe,-Coo.; ,'.' W. Hahn, will sell either lot';for 2600. Cash S.,,LI.. Store>& Co.:I Oak, and a quantity of' ornamental! flowers.and,sbrubs to
[ R.'S. A. G.; C, Rooney,'L. S. ,N.. G.; preferred, but if desired, half cash and : '
l'O.. ,W. ,R. SJ V. G =<.7 1 i Brady X, S.V, G. \t \ right party4"'This.;i property .;'is;Bay ; C':' tJLL/a: :$:no'I. ) septa-Rmo.he.' MIAMIT'L'" s ......
':", .of' Grand Representative -t acting I ; Front;and lies between the places of :Wholesale'Comwlsaton! Dealers and. Shippers. ,
,assisted by M.: C, Copple!; grand A. R,Sitemona and:A. A. Boggs. 'Better L ; inl.lj! c.fj , t
warden and S. S. secure a bay front. while you can. "' i' A choice.selection
; : Burlingame, act- 'FRESi4 r
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"- t t jing grand secretary and treasurer They will all be'gone a year:hence. 'K; : at the officeof

{ lustalled, The members the newly and.friends elected officers.then adjourned 12novtf"* ",I1 ''ROBBIXS;, _t,GRAHAM Ni : \ j :Loliater'and'Turtle.; ( PFOURIIIle! jInnt U n the MEi ;, .

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