Title: The Miami metropolis
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Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: April 8, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
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J i 1 Fruits and Vegetables. Latest Market,'Reports, -
P1tiAYYRTtlltJ1th:
AVING; $ KEY \YST.\ i I Tomatoes ate going forward in largequantities / TSEAN.ENDED. \ I <<

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and notwithstanding that -" CBIC GO. ,
I 1|I the Westcoast, commenced sbiping two \ !TUWBEKRlZS-DarJ the' week .
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ago prices are holding up here was a Uberalrcm berries,, from -
.Numbers. of. People Fleeing')i i if I On March\ 22od, the '''Florida East The Royal'P&lmland" -HoteLBiscaJ11e, 'Louisiana. They came id two runs; Nassau. Plans .That, :!Wera Interrupted
/ Coast Railway established a special Strain Close Their Doors.- the first was 3,000 and the second of BeOarriedOnt."
from the Island Yet .
f City service bribe Southern Express.f I' 2,000 cases.., There were small arrivals -f flIay -.
\/ ' ti.I' I I Company' to handle vegetables from )
-- also from Mississippi, Florida and Teas. %-
station alone! the line The results : IP.f The market was well supplied. '
all BOTH: HOTELS IrA U SKJOTED Alt XX THAT GOYZBN7
cia.nED have been eoj satisfactory to con FBOBABLX ROXX QT '
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., >THX LAST TWO STBa, The berries would bate;: sold! veU'bad
.cerned and the tomatoes are maturing'In CSIXEXT > mouGL: :
\ they been of JILT MZETj7LAGLZa'S
desirable -All EW L
a :WITS'REPUGZE& I quality. out. \ !
such large quantities that it was decided '"
' ..cj" .1 'f' side,of Floridas! were:;;ree except the a
this train'daily
ot Tuesday last to run .
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\ Texas which and "
: ; It, leaves < were 8 3ft, Floridas
except j Mondays. A E tewof the S Koa Tel'ti...Story of teesperttTImprovements were rather-small rathe |soft. The '
The Steamer City of Key'VTwt Brought Oar..;' Miami at 4 a. m.Afewshipm'ents. or Mr. :J("Don&4 Makes a 7Jjmc Trip to liuu.ra ,
Thirty Key Wettar on Wednaday.ndAttired ; : \ '' pf pineapples from tabs ?dsdDur weather was cold and \Shardlytfavbrable and the Result of Hla'VUli KaY UMB that .'
for this trade. Still] bad tb> berries -
the Keys are'being received. tog the Tear' Hotel b&nt and Uw
wtth'J' the Work,Which Uu'Been Stopped (
this Yoraint rhich.came green been -nice and ripe '-
I', fir*'Othari-IxeiUtteai fen :Therej are ?plenty, of sapodillas in I 'coAOIIt:,Houae ptw.'m Open.: here would have been no trquble. In Will B. SpMdl'7. aeuw. 4..1 '"

market and they,are of excellent quality . I -JL, edily disposing of them, but as it was t r tlf' "'
< "the nltud I* Elf b.; " II .
t .. .j, i r .: I they were slow. :' '
/ The outlook for the next',crop of oranges 'There was no essential in i ,
; 'Is every fine., The trees are now' : : ;j. 1J j1" tourist-' season prices compared-with those which change prey q ERY'indiptions

V ,.,. )1BETHER'iThere 'In bloom,and many of them'are'I. alreadywell <" -e ded and two ailed at the.cJose of last week.. 'now points' to a".
.. V Vi or'wiii",not set with young fruit, , t 'Of 'Miami's 'great Louisiana :2i-pint 'cases average : -" {
readjustment "
; of
,. The good prices commanded by eggplants ;
be war between \hotels have closed stock, ranged at $125@150L There ; .
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4. ... ibis season will cau&e a heavy few or add the Nassau build- i 4
were a the best ripest ?
their 'doors'and "
theUoited5tates'and '
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to be next winter ,
-' crop grown '
'' iagplan'LA.moug
which in' small :
i licked out' a ,way .
Chase &.Harney" are packing and .wl remain closed
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n'o
J. one : ,
: Spain \lwereatb
There r-
brought
$165@175. the
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shipping t from 250 to SCO'crates of passengers,
fat telly I(I ": jbntU the cold same time a greatmany: common .
j tomatoes dally..Tbe'tomato. s I \ i 'J who came over '
Joit b t great ex-' i rop along the Miami x tJ blasts si anotherprinter green for which $100 was, ,all) that from :2 asfau n'L
could be and then
obtained ) theywcrenoc :
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emeut and river Immense and an average of GOO begin. the
cared for. A 2 8teanljsihipMJami
few f t-cates
cJ: crates daily are brought down tor ship*, e t They wjlljthcn.be -gaa
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t which
tq., nice
." ment.; ) ThijfJwith other things giv'1 1.Tbarsdayfast were rip and .:were Sold at { ,,wbfcbar-* .
: 1 1\f1'\ preva. t'< Tever7u >> i lug tb SI 9Y A1tba'plen to'd6On "r _,_ _. > e'opened. amore: '..loo."V- 'r "".% -' "- ,.y - -" ithlrrDo; .,

: :f $(i. r . .body knows'.. 1 'i ,the Altha"carried .1,000 resplendent tb3.Ueve, ,before;aDa'tbe f.Mississippi'uart4cases, ;;; otlee4'were Jnp,' 'reMrJ'08", A.McDonald and the '- 4

'* ..If the'entire';matter: :- eft with:! ,empty crates up the river, and-we -understahd -. promise! ,is they will: give, ,shelter green and dull commonand/were :Part)' -gentlemen",who''accompanied '
the crowds of.'totlt1lts than have quoted as very at $200(5260'a( y
she does same/thing two greater ,
:Congress, the., first gun would,befired'withld : case bad been fine and lib1' n.bls island <
or three times A eek., yet visited this section. ; they ripe they : trip to the on.Torj
twenty-four.hours': -' .- Two: sailboats came in from Key/i I Our 'Northern friends; have but recently would have easily broujht considerable .' dar last,in connection with the renewal -' ,.

If'President McKtoeyvfriaV Speaker, Largo on Thursday loaded with;'limes,;!i found Miami. ijTbey( have found more. : of negotiations for the continuancef
Reed and Minister, Odtol'd'andthosa bananas,)sapodillas and pepper. A that the climate and soft air here Is Incomparable Texas"' 24-qaart cases. the few reeived Mr 'Flagler's: ,hotel-building plan,. p ,
; small steamer' plying between "Miami 1 : They Are coming again were eoffahd; quoted at | .60@ in In \ ; -
who hive these men bound golden '
3001 on a special ,train forSt.Augustine ..
\ and their
next
and the Keys and engaged in the fruit jwinter will bring
chains can prevent war, there, .Will be.; ) Florida arrivals were small and onprefrigerator ) to, lay the result of their -
war. '- ", '..,. '.:. and vegetable trade could be made to friends with them. |it| "
no '
; berries were noticed visit before Mr.
? pay the year round., 1. Dur ng the season \dust; closed, the 'Flagler.It Is bieved *-: -
The President has not yet'sent his '
: Royal Palm, the BIscayne, the Miami, They were quiet and quoted usually at that all differences will be readjusted -,
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message to Con-gre IJ. It' was to J and the\ Conolly House have bad guests 181@:fper quart fors ,u..d"bltt. rather land; that,the Nassau plans wiil. '

been,,sent last Monday.It:/ ;, is have'l Drug'Firm. Qhange.Arthur _. fromall, parts of the wprld.I .- .-;. mall berries or else, better sized\, but yet be Carried out. '

nounccd next-Monday.that it-will not; be. "sent.> ", F} Lang of Cocoanut Grove/j I Manager Merrill,of the Royal Palm, not so sound; a few. choice' quoted. at The citlzebs: of Nassau ire deeply interested -. heverf
? r feels in feather the season's ; in the 'matter and are using ,'
has purchased ,the .interest 'of, W.B.: high over. cIXEAPPUCS
In the meantime Spain beginning '
(; : -There were only small effort to .the difference
:, ,
Boney in ''the drug firm 'at,Boney- bb8ine,s. He'baa' kept; his hotel up to arrange?
to show evidence qf,a back down. The j : offerings.* Sales are at$2 OOQ3 00 per tetween the ,Home Government and
Robarts'arid: will, hereafter the the. highest standard of modern excellence INanHouteri
: &j
baa taken the matter out ; '
Queen regent established hostelries dozen. They sell fairly when ripeJ and Mr; Flagler, and the Nassau Guardians
I. great -
elated with Mr. Robarts in the, as bttbe ;
of the bands;of her ministers and:is
: t ness.! .Mr.Lang will notgive his personal -. jot the world, end has added choice but when green.tbeyare_ slow. using all. of its Influence;,\v this di-.
directly through German and .
dealing attention .to'the business owing much:popularity to his already well- TOMATOES=Arrivals are' increasing. ection.; The House of Assembly,the
Austrian ambassadors with the United f '
!\ i 11. : It[ .expected that from the Is agreeable) to' Mr. Flagler's w ahess,
States 'ml llner' for is 1 to his many otber interests,' but..Mr.j: earned (reputation < now on
peace. Spain Roberts Will manage it and 'the/:'er-1 Manager Bemis has r'succeeded''inmaking receipts from Florida. will be .quite rid.passed! a resolution on Monday last ..
disposed ''to concede all that the I. -
now United, States his asked., It is" ,I vices pf Dr. ". P. Skaggs bane been secured -. ; the BIscayne one ,of the',real liberal, as anticipations are that requesting,His Excellency, the Governor
with report- as];prescription: which Is a favorites of the East Coast Hotel8y.-' there will be a large crop/ The market to have a bill prepared granting the ,;
red that peaceful settlement this '
is and that t guarantee, that care and experience tem. -As"a horpugh-going, up-to-datte ruled steady for choice, ona fairly Fleming( Square site to Mr. Flagler.'
country growing stronger bui.1ness. man/he has superior and although active demand. of the offerings This appears as though matters had.asumed .
hotel
the basis'--an/armistice ln Cuba has will be glveb, to this part of the I no. home ]
I been ,, } .' Both 'jtnemberu of the new. firm 1 this is his first season in Miami, were rather green and. they were not .a more'. favorable aspect.,
arranged j ,
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t! are itent1em n' ana.busise he has made friends amongour people wanted. ,I I J' .
But the people Key West and Hanna f ofcourtesy: 3 ? v ..
alarmed and and we wiser for 'them an extensive J I and among the guests of house,who .florida, 6-basket crates, Meeting of Council.
the mainland are In large numbers.are coming, "to ;r: business.':- Dr. Bogey will,. leave for sincerely hope that the jscayne may choice. ... ....:. . ., .*.. ;|i-$276Q300 A regular meeting of'the City'Coun +
i .nt/fuber' 'peopleh'l\e al-i Ocala tomorrow, Where, he will rest be under his management, Main next Fair"to good. ....;. ,.. .\\.2 OOt2! W ell was held Thursday evening at '8p. r
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Quite a ;'.awhile' and, then go probably.to St. JJinter. I Mexican, 7-basket crates, repacked m., the 'following members being
ready: come /from Key West to Miami' Louis, Mo;; or Los Angeles, ,Cal.,to en- Mr. Bemis goes front h re'tet the, choice. . . *.. H.L 225@2 150 present: :President Morse, and Alder-
,for safetyOn Wednesday! last thesteamer gage In bo lnr".. itohonkMountain| House1 in: NewiYork: o.2......'....... .....'.- ..!, 6O@} 00 men Budge, Cbsgrove and Graham. .
City of Key West brought ., .t. J .state, where he baa beeot enJta ed:for SxHixa BEAKS=There were'fair 'offerings The minutes of the meetlngof March28th
thirty refugees, 'and on; arrival r : several years past. These two hotels of Florida, beans. Receipts read and ',.
o'fr'l :. erv'ceeThe wax were approved ;
this morning "she, had' .forty-five' .Easter 't i ii will have several additional charms were moderate; i, A communication from Fred. O. 4
onboard /.? of these 4 -. .i Easier'Ile Sunday the : next season: Connected with them Green beans scarce, fair, sale, add Thomas, of Orlando,dated March 28th, Y
,, The majority people aeareblowi.over.d re- 1st church jleit will commence : wiU'tbe'' extensive golf links, several brought fully aa much as the best wax. 1898, in regard toelectr.c'Ugb&plant. ,
: Miami until
the
main in
war ; sunrise "
; with a prayermeeting on- : '
.fine.tenriis and ar; bowling
/ ceurts
have alley. Wax-:i. \ was received and read; also a letter
We' are glad to them ducted by thejEpwofth gue.VTheSunday :' The Hotel :Miami.will remain open the Florida boxes'l-bt1 fresbt W. B. -
, m the same subject from Bush ,
and hope.that many of them will be so school) at 10 a.'m;, willstudy a ] under the of "
{ round management 00 the
to choice.$2
year, good ( of Lakeland, ,to' mayor, was:read
,well pleased with :Miami that they- will speclal-lessonj At 11 a. m. th /pastor, { S. Graham, as will 'the Conolly House Held over.,.,.... ...." .! :.....(d2.60 by the president and referred back to
arrange' to}ocate permanently,. I(i Her.J.H.Martin'will preacb/a special I I under'the,management of Mr.: and biro Louisiana;boxes, -ba. ...| ...225, the mayor ,, to be anavgered'according s
?- A dispatch from: Key. West says: j j t Easter sermon! and the "choir l will i ren- Conolly. 'II Green- .\ to his judgment.' j -
Key West,=April e.-The Plant line der someEastermusic. ';/ '. regular I For the most part the hotel help, Florida, boxes, 1-bu, fresh 2 75(33,00-( It was moved*that the ordinance
.' 'steamer Mascotte arrived from Havana I I'at I I At 7.80 p. mi instead of"the, I.f which came here, from the; North, returned Bound common, held grantiuglan: :electric light and power

: ,'9 rfO p. ID..with; ninety-sir passen-j\ ,sermon there (will be grand' :Easter .to their homes during: the week.. ,OVIH'.:f.. .:.:.... ..'.. .... ....ltl iiO Franchise to Fred C. Thomas C< 8:
gers, aboard", Consul-General, Lee did\'I rally arid "song' service, with ;some .EGG-.F4n-In" rge'e'appl : a id .and.H... :EJ"Robinson'', be .* "

*' -. not come.Every, room on the ship''' special music.!, : ,.All.are invited., r Death of Miss Laura{Douthit. sales slow.'.Florida cases. small and or- read by '.itle the?'second time,and the
,;was occupied by Americans fleeing ". . .. J I dtnsry.to choice.$300@4X motion'was carried by. a unanimous '
,, trom Cuba. The Mascotte is coaling 'Will f Hiatus- The many, friends/of.Mrss: Laura GEEES Pzl'l'us-Ruled quiet vote iOn ' ...
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at .Government' dock, and, will re- Comeeto/ Douthit will regret learn of her $2 60 per -, motion and by a unanimous vote,
turn to.Havana *s soon as through.' Dr., J, yi: Porter; aresldent of. the death clew days ,ago at \Vinston.N. ,GBAT FartT a$4x50@5 00. 1, I' the same \I ordnance 'was then'read the
1 The passengers reported that great State Board of Health j and who is ,now C. Miss Douthit was:<:among the first ORA3TGE9-11 75@2 60. third time/and was. then. passed .by'a '**<
: Havana located in KejrWest will of to 'settle'in. Miami \ "" '
-to people
,excitemeutpreyailed.in today ; come party LuOJia-LflorIda$1! 2 60; unanimous vote. '
.' and that General' Lee was ,standing Miami daring the next few'days'to'remain when the place was but a small hamletin 2nEW .1 'Itt. wan" decided 'by unanimous vote, :
-- firm and doing his duty' The City \ during.the summer.: "' .He was to. 1803. Her death"was the result. of YOEli. : not bli.hJhe' ordinance, but'to
'of Key :JVestwill ''take a big crowd 'have been amongtbe .SlengerlonlthI8' consumption. ,",'u ,w \| _, .ToMATOzs-Contin: 1e in good give notice by posting. : .
from this city to ,,e. the exodus being due to the war prepa-, but was detained on account,.of illness Lea is not' Afraid. $225@250 per;carrier, some extra counsel in regard sanitary matters,
rations.. - in his family; .He will reside in.one of Richmond, Va., April .\5,-C nsol- fancy lots; reaching $2 75. Green and inentloniog;, necessity of providing,

:a. ...__.. .._...., .the Ftagler joottages. f' | General Fitzhugh Lee, cabled his wife overripe: ; or: otherwise unattractive condition'',' a dumping ground for garbage, eta." '

.Atlanta.Chosen_ 'Tig .Baid.----;,-" tmmm M* m t, ..1 ', to-day to. feel no alarm concerning his range from $12@200as-to to price :On motion, a committee consisting:
,willing top
Customers pay
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,He advised her.'tbat he was
of season.Thepineappleiseason .safety.- of Messrs. Cosgrove and Graham were
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hat
,AtlantaGal: ;; tho size
April 6. It can be health and entertained want tomatoes of uniformly good I ,
good ,
r ,stated to-night on undoubted authority opener enjoying smooth, solid and red. We think that appointed;td secure a dumping ground;
I was on no fear of bodily harm:. He has, how- exceed y
to
and not
to expend t26.to'put.
that\Atlanta will be the point,of'roncentntlon' Thursday last by- the shipment of ;(the ever, expressed to her In recent letters 1 closed' grading 'and careful packing' same to 'proper condition,,* ,,'---
: of the 'UnitedStates- first crate of pineapples' Messrs fears for AtnerlcaftitourlBtlland. other pays. Mixed ,Iies.and_ _: colors:! :..alwaysobjectionable. The following bills were audited r and ':
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troops, notwithstanding the advices Chase & Harney. These ,pines came, :Americans, on the island., HOn '.- t. ordered paid: .. ; :
from Washington, indicating that from Key Largo where the fruit is now < r. J -t w r J u. Braddock,salary asbridge tender

Chicainauga position.would be. '.chosen _for this said to be maturing rapidly -.'..r, ; 'Itpiessive'' 8ervi es. -\ ' 'By outslder wholesale firms your : for:, month of March,"1898,|40.

'important The Department' of' the Gulf bas I I Tuesday last fourteen istationa of standing is often calculated bythe: ap I i :Y. F. Gray,,as, marshal and collec:-:.

been for some;days on' orders from .:; :Sleainship]Miami,Arrivea.f .\' the, Cross were, put in at the Catholic pearance of the Stationery' tbat you tOff01"Februar1Ind}[ar bJ.St)8t.190) .

0 'Washington considering the qnestion The,, steamship' Miami arrived from, church with"impressive, services, music use. That turned out at the.METaorous ,Council.then adjourned .
+: of the point best adapted for concentrating STasasau at 7 o'clock this,morning,,with, etc.. They were donated,. Mrs. I office Is of,:a quality' "you'may be f ;7\4.d.\ ' W. 8. G-.uux.JeaV.. ..
proud of., \ : .." N4 I City Clerk pro
airajnny.. : 15 passengers on(boards Jos..- J. O'Donoghue- o i : \ : .. .
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L. 2- ,I THE MIA\II METROPOLIS, APJRIL '8, 18,98.. I ' J'J'I ;1

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I been reopene and that Mr. Flag I Florida Agricultural Society I I I; I Notice foTiPublicatioa.I : .

NASSAU 'LANSAR i oFiiMt 'J 1 '''r'8 Nassau plans"! be carried to | The J '
may annual meeting for 189 will\ .beheld L Ian Orric* AT nPsilrsaju.. I
MCDona'd' **, WW., -r
February
completion. r. {.Tos. A. at Orlando May 3, 4, nand 81 and : 1 '
; I Notice la bereby'glven that the >
pPossio I I !I I companied by it. M. Ashley, Mr. it promises to'bt one,of the l largest and. named aettl'er baa filed notice of hia foUowinf intention ,,.

,oyce andldt. w. arsons left for NO4u : most interesting in the history o{ jthe i :to make''commatatlon; proof la support of his '.,
Flagler Will Not Build otesI I last Tfesda) attd it IIJ expected society. I'! l r elalm and that said proof will be made before 'rr

Thereat Present. tai at the diSHcultie In the way will. hergtnoved. The society i to. it one of, the largest lad Jno.B.\ltetuy, United States Commlulontr'at,
i M Ml&m1.na.'; on April l4I:lflW,vU James Nnftnt,
\ I most influential bodies 6f the kind In of Lemon City Florida homestead S45S7 for
4 ORABAII : ... t ... . I the country and its meetings are' the of ;
GKO. II. ROBBUfs.. WALTER $ r' occasions aoatbeast quarters j northwest quarter.
HOME. OOVZRITMSNra: : ACTION SKIMS. TO \ Not .Muc of' a War.F ofi exceptional interest! to every east half' of" ontb,,"t quarter,and borthwutquarterof

ROBBINS &<:GRAHA.CO'J BE IN THE WAY. m the Ne r York ttorld&thitting ( ODe interested, in horticulture in' ; aadtbeaat qnarUr,.of'section 5,Co!,>' .' "f
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\ \ . t bide aU excitenient Florida. The usual "'low" tnnbiortation ahlptipouh.ran.t2 east. .
I 11 11aft \ pnnecesIJarr; very } HI i names the following witnesses to prone it'

Attorney -3.t-La., I III.PProbablet,However. that the Dine ltl..ini .and.all exaggeration' the pr087'pect of one. ceni, per mile, actual his continuous residence; Upon'and" cultivation. "I

DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.I Iillun : : the Way Maybe Removed and thatthe of'8 wir with pahHs. not alaru.ing. travel, is expected from the i associated of said land, viiiCbarles . t r' : .
l \ railroads of, the State ot Florida. Reduced 7;8 lboldof Cotler.'I'1& ..' ,
all (-onrfs. State and Federal I Enterprise_ May Yet be Car.\ t C. Richards,of Cocoanut GroT,Fie.
r Spectalpraetlltlea fore examining and perfecting I rted to'Completion. 4\ If it, comri it wi fl not lie much of ''aqar. hotel rates,and :'other arrangements Fred Miami,Flat ,
Land"'Titles. We have ,i the cnlYlcomplete] \ '
\ i, "- I for the comfort and 'pleasure of John Poltikl. '- '
abstract' book covering South Dade county, \ \ ; Miami.Jla. "_
and receive dally report, from the.Clerk of : i I I ,... 1. There will be no fighting on land the members is being looked. after'\?by llmar-lSapt' 3.M.Burn,bp.t r. !
the Circuit Court at 'Juno nhowiugi; land \ -1 I .
transfer-. AU the'certified Abstract Title 'I I Tlie. last 'issue of the METROPOLIS unless i it. be in Cuba for. a,few day a very evident local committee. i\ \

office.for South. Dade' county' are!made"at our' 1-tf-hf.Miami Contained the announcement tfiat; the Slain will not think of invading the No "one who desires'to post himself Notice.for .Publication.LAK& Ii'

: ",' 1 work building a winter resorthotel] United; States -and the United States on the latest phases of\fruitgrowingand I Orric AT OA'txisviLtc.' ,

by 11 r., Flagler. at Nassau had beeu, sus will have no,occasion to invade Spain. gardening to meet bas oo-lab'orers I 1|. Mawh.21, 1a a.u.,1,
-OEO..A..WORLEY.
\ pended.; The natural conclusio> was, \JA nation ir.lchas l been:.unable to in the horticultural fled, pr, toJoin\; I., \(Notice 1 Is hereby liven;that. the following "
named settler has Bled notice of hit Intention .'
.Atttora eq-act-Tra v. to
;
'General practice in Slate: and Federal Courts.All 'in the absence bf other information, put clown 30,000 hajf-armed and ,haJt* kindred spirits in a royal good time, make Anal proof In support of his claim and'

business entrusted ;wilt \.I't'ffheJrompt. attention. that the prospect of war'with pain i fed insurgents in (Cuba after three should miss the approaching,mee in". that said ; proof win be made before i\Jno.:
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: -Agent for was the cause oil,the' suspension! \ but years of persistent effort is not likely, In addition 'to the reguJar1progral+ B.'Eeiuy,1J. S. Commissioner. atMUml.W,

GEHMANIA_ .LIFE New INSURANCE York. COYPA.NYof i it4 appears no ,that the lack'of prbperptrtroTTThTpart'pf with, all its '.foolish '\..arrogance, to, set' arrangements are being'made;( the on May 7; 1893.Vizi.Kdmand-7.' KnowlesI; :3r,; i-\\ ",
1 of temonCltr, FU; homestead, 18, for the "
Government ,
.All' kinds.' of life, "polfctps.1 written. On\ee.\ ovpostontee. <"* the Home foot on the soil of.this country. request of members) to have, paper northwest quarter of southeast quarter of,Section ',\ a '
,, ;4tfra ; is wherein the trouble lies. 1 i Itis'' good toi'see thej fires; of patriotism presented on Tobacco Growing in florida J3, Township 52 South;Range 41 East ,1\\ '

\. SCOTT OORtiOJr K. B;BOOM K \|The Nassau Guardian of April, 2d kindling! Ilnd ready to blaze all,over in its various, phases; As \'this l is .: ,He names the following witnesses to prove his

: ;; SCOTT&BROOME\\1 : says : 4'The interest which is uni[ er- the 1Union. bait,. therein really no probability a subject of paramount i importance, at''I continuous said land vizr resldenct_ upon>and cultivation .of '. l'11
felt in the hotel scheme Vas been of ani call Itq .
sally troops beyond
the present time,all those experimenting , Stephen N.Andrews,of Lemon City,ni; ,
x .4ttoSri9ys-att' Ira'eiT: .very clearly manifested by our'citizrnsduring the militia of the seaboard States,as'a in tobacco:growing should be press.. James J.Hubel,of Lemon City,Fla.,

NOTARY PUBLIC.IN OFFICE the last two days. Great excitement -, precautionary!measure. ent. ,. Edmund F.Jioflatt,of Lemon City,FU. /
Kill practice aU State acl Federal Coiirts. j Edmund F. Cnowles., ;,; Jr.of Lemon City,FU.lapl6may .
,G :iOUeeuons promptly attended &().I, i prevailed,i when. it became 2. \The. ward f it comes, will be very: -, To all members. old and new whose J. BAKCO. Register.' t
Omc OVER B1azoe: Bit 1B1scASxz.n :, known that hitch had occurred in the ,
) a brief and almost entirely a naval com- membership fee for 1898 is received in :f \

ii June-Y7-tl .\ A negotiations,and that there was a likelihood bat." For a naval contest with Snain time,. credentials will be ,fssued, ; making . 'J.. HB/1HRENBURO: BRO: &. Co. ..

} lll. that the whole. scheme would. this t Us well to :
} JAS.l.BANDXRS :ATZtSOYx country so equipped as available the low rates of-trans-. WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS .

SANDERS ,'ATKINSON; .prthe\ abortive. The eager discussions leave:;no ground for serious apprehension. portation and. other courtesies extended '. 'toe Murray Street., Saw Yoan Cm: ..
& whjch' took place allover( the city culminated In sea fights it 'is not the bulk' in connection> with the meeting. Established ears Special attention paid *

and Counselor o at{ law 1, in the citizen's meeting reported of,the ships on; the size,of the,guns, so The only requisite of membership is a and to Southern cards on Fruits application-and to'Vegetables.. Stencils]

Attorneys, : and tbedeflnite action there ne- much) as the brains, the: skill, the"in- fee of $1.00: ,which sliouldtle sent to H. ,- : H.PRICE WILLIAMS. '

'. Office in Rooms'1 and\ 2,' cidejd upon. Mr. F aJtler's" reply to geunuity and ring ior; the, men who .G. Hastings, Secretary, Interlachen, .l4jan-4mo-b-svma. !? Miami resident Airest.. ,
.Brown's Brick Building, "
,_. those who waited upon' him confirmedthe command and handle them that count. Florida. )

2-14-tl-hs > I MIAMI FLA. j report, that bad ''caused the alarm, That the Atnerican, Navy: is ,much, t ... .. i .. BERRY 6V3PROSON. -* .
WHOLESALE COMMtSaiON; MKRCHANTSv
1 but Was so far satisfactory thaf, he expressed in Yellow Jaundice Cored.Snffaring s
superior to that of Spin all these .
.. A.'R Simmons' 142 Dock Street,', >FB iPXZJraiA. '
.; birreadinessj'\ re-open negotiations respects there il no que !ons." It will humanity booldi be anppli3; Southern Fruits aDd Vegetables speeiatty.' ':;

: t' :dttorzieyatLawT ; ; < when our government' was prepared surprise unpreJ9diced, avaJexper, if with every means;possible for tU relief.It References. DtTr's:' IBTCTO C HAIIOXAL BXAOSTKUTS: BAHX., Agency.rhlUdelphla. i i;
\ to do so. the superior fighting ,capacity of the is with. pleasure we"publish the followring Cards and stencils on application to '
.
COCOANtrf QROVE. FLA. : "Tbi is to certify that I was a terrible :
K
T* "The.deputation which waited :PRICE WILUAM8.
i upon American ships does not make a quickend ,
sufferer from yellow janndioe for "
Office at Residence.Ueo. ,Idphet His Excellency, Sir d. T: Carter. ,represented to the war f if it shall come to that. over six month,and was treated by some I \IfJa. b-s.mo.:. WamlResldentAgant.' ,
the unanimous I ; i - ( of the beat in and all ia, 1ifi. Xxvnra."
practically sort physiciaoa onr city flan. Prrtx :
I 3. A conflict>f the indicated '
"I. feeling ofI Legislature and of I to' DO avail.- Dr. Bell, our druggist recommended 1WHoLra&Li
W.AIIeni ,our !! o rpeoPe. : 1 ::, :BEBNABD ABEL & CO
. would be instructive.' It would' test : ;Electrio Bitten; and after ,
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1l .ttorixesr at f'.:rA .' Recent developments havecaused the value of the new naval 'monsters taking two bottles, I was entirely cored. t COioamOl'l]a3CI4'ITSCor. ;
:
many who have been ,either :'that haveswallowed tip hundreds if I now takegreat pleasure in recommending ;Wphington'k: Jay,8U Sew Yor i., !!

.-..; Kzlc'Watrr'T.t .' ....;, -"': 't ,lukewarm ; bQut, or in, opposition, to. millions of dollars)) construction, but them to any person suffering from this \ Twenty yeah record for promptness;rellabflity a
J&Ciloe'iD all the'Courta'State and the hotel scheme to be he rtnr'lin.t.- terrible 'njalady. I'am gratefully yours;: and best prices. Befer to Irving National : 1!
Will have yet had no-real demonstration of )L'HogartyLexifletonKy.."; bold by Bank, New York.and many Florida growers f
',' .,:;,, ,FedenL. 1-9-tf.. .. ': vor of it. When .the 'probability'ofthe'vYholproject her worth. I "* Townley Brew.'Druggists. 8apl- oOw, '; whose products we sell 'Send a postal Ior correct '
: inlonnatlon. 4lebtth.saf ;
market ,
'" I became ,.. ., .
: (: -' '.. ,\" '., : collapsing It is Just a> well'tbat_ Spain 'should .fy

''if": ',S. Mills Howler: M. D. apparent' on'e and all realized bow be the ,target for .this test. 'She' will r '

:\ great would, be the loss to our colony. have' little use for a navy:, hereafter ifs, ,. ; 4 '
1 BOMJEOPATHIST It! wa| also' felt how serious would be ; : .
; .
she provokes a contest with ;this country i" ?'
r, the injury sustained"by many persons now. : ., .
'f And. it rs perhaps; 1 that : "
13th ..tretbe 'Avenue B who, bad made their plans under the America, which evolutionized'naval' ; I 1J.

,
;. Ohronio. Diseases a, specialty. impression that what, bad been lone! carfare by constructing .first'iron- { '1 ,'
27an-tf in two 'sessions '
Legislature
by
: "' ( thr. : c)ads and monitori/shbuld now demonstrate ,

i Jackson Jr. might.safely be relied upon., the value"''bf'';the floating forts
Dr. Jas. M.' ,
: ,. to the '
". frHiaKxcelleqcy's j reply deputation and other monstrosities es that have been

MIAMI,, I (which presented the memorial developed from th'<" rude beginnings of

.." . :. ,L. FLORIDA. 'tended" r'r't!' remove some wrong impressions our-last war. .' .. "'", ; 1

't' Office*at Present?' '. and to make it clear that,he 'was of 'the '. -
the
\tin ordinary use aconflict : :
,,: TOWNLEY. ,BBOitf v' fcRUO, ,STORE." -. in thorpugh !sympathy, with the peoplein with, Spain 3,400 miles distant t'L rY ,,1;

regard ,tot' the, hotel scheme, : He from her' base! of ,il supplies, relatively, '" 'j.

; :*. DR. R... E.: CHAFER; ..could'ot Iln' his interview with Mr small; almost bankrupt, and -wholly .::

ST. FhVglerjT: pledge'. the Government. and without, allles'cannot-be 'much, of_a .
Legislature" to take-an-Course about. : .' : ,
but in its encounters the ; '
war; upon { .1ii1
'
,, the hotel nor could he whether .
|r :,Office tin ..Banlereoir; Block, .northeast,, ne' ;, say sea,it would'be highly interesting, and. : '"
; when, the Home Government .
-W v "oomsrAvenne D and 13th street .or instructive. | ... :
: .
: ;
t'r 1.9-tf, would assent''; to' the bill dealing with \"'" .. c ... As
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.=+':: the B. V.Hotel.VMr. f ,+

3'John "S. Frederick, ,' {Flagler's difflculties'are I that u, v o.! 'ULlAlilMLM ;;GRlcuiTlJRR. : J .

::{ .after alit; that ,has been dope already- I.r.. ---1-:'" 'oj. .. 1 44
f Chit Engineer and Snneyor. of .\ -
( the. building the Miami, the deepening Weather, Bureau Monthly Meteorolog- '/
,
Notary"Public for State at J anre,' of: 'the channel.on. the other side, '; \to'j' .4 .....;e;.'. .

'; cul Attention, given,to Sab-Divid- the chartering of vessels l the purchasing j'' \ teal Summary. .

:3' ; ) ig large tracts. ." of'materials and "property,,andheavy.expenditures > . J-: .
:.. ,Office 20th.St.' 'near Av.. D.80Ut.h nae. .. : of various kinds, Taken a'llJlllHr;Da4e County. J'lori4&.- for the 5 (o THIS SPACE : ,1
!.21-t.; ,MIAMI FLORIDA. Komh of Maecb,1S9L, ,' :.. t ,
be has'now; no certainty that.he canget I
:' ... \ (!, '
: the titles,|for the Royal. Victoria .I : }\ ed for I
it J:A x''atmoapherloTziaPE keser' ..4- .....
:JOH8 KKONOWITTER, .Hotel; nor"the site, for the new; hotel. ... ; c 'c pressure,so.ta. <- .\ '
t, RATES : ,\ \ Hlghe.t pressure, .

,. :TAILOR: ::: ., Afteri! bbih. long: .continued such negotiations a.----.s r..: a ,.t a a r 30,211a Lowest presanre,29.3LA ,. ., NEW r : TABLE -,.; y:.. .'. "4i
and
,! after'recefving? assurances A e s s .t':: . ,temperatnre,100 i !
OVM. i sa yein* experience'.- -'from. the, local Legislature. ; hecannot :r I \ 1. .s I Biglle temperature I: : -- : : :(". >><
: u. '
,, \ \: :Metropolis Building,,JIUml. proceed;|now that the time for ::all:: .t): 79tdale howeat; temperature,:I. : 'r'r. <

Foil Stock of Samples of til Latest'We ni.: commencing ar.rlTed- .16741111+ .." C1e&r 47 Ii
has \
operations 2735865 .. Pt.CI9 Greatesteat55 dan, ...
- { range
; :
z ,1-lyU: _" ;. if .accommodation: ,is to;,be,ready for .31'U 6f RtI ". Cloudy oltemperature.IIOdlte; ,
...j .
EAST COAST
.., !,T31ee' 70 :, P[ crr 2d.t" FLQPJDAi
visitors' nlxt year.Wej 1-a9iM A'r Pt.CI'y Lean daily -ranld 01 .
Wm. Varnadoe: ,; : : Pt.cry h. : ...:
; temperature.adate..17':
;think, that the blame for the Z.us. "
..; 7170ef 1 66 Cloudy MRaatempentarefor _FK
GONTRAGTQR.t present.'dead-look[! should. be, attachedto . 8 9lJ'73\:9160)9,es .07 OS Clear Pt. CI'I thin 6IJ.'tt;month for.' ,1\\years.: RAILWAY..r ;k ';" r.

those tojwb'om4it, really belongs.l ., We 107360166 :,:. Pt.Cl;J A'terage' excess I"1I1ati9,7i : ;
: ;, : .02 Clear daUy-mean tempera12'7769Tt t
ir Bock :Work and Blasting.,a 13pectalty.e consider. that the, home ..authorities' I T Pt.Cl'1 tore dnn1lC monthl. 1
t3 7" su 72 .... Clear ,
Prevall10lt direction .
notThave in -
should loPs
:MIAMI,'FLORIDA.Estimates ., delayed; so .arriving -. 1417361 .... Pt.C1'f ,,01 wind;niL' :' .i"1 ,.
.Application. 16-22-Us at aXecisibn., A bill wbrcb!wadunanimously' 1573G5 !} :... Clear \ Total, movement .of f -
on.
Furnished [
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I6L 6Y'72 r.-- Pt.CPy YklCl.8o21 miles;
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p&ued"at" meeting of \ Maximum velocity of '. 'I'
.rz. the Legislature' specially i convened for 1s7fio57Or.Clear! wlo4. direction "n4
,; .A.N'KS' \date lUe ;from the : : .
: : : ,
: . the purse,the principle_of which,was 217770: 74 ..:. r lear: 'sont", on the 3d. .

f. unanimously ,agfeed to, by.the Houseof ? ..I#!1-1- .....?.; Clear:. Total ekes.1'reetpltatfoD2'l'l ," ,
We, Mannfactnr all 237869174 ... Clear, 't2lI ., ,
of'dlYI Jth
ktndi and.tlzei rCYPreSS'S 'Assembly year ago( ; demands, we 2479,67.71,' ...- Cleat more of pre- j, .
'tbinkioimediate'and favorable""consid' 25 73 .,. Clear' c0lpitttion: 7.' -: :

eration.. ;1jt beret we: are:/:,waiting.! all mis 27776973:7i I'3 E':.17'Pt.CI'y, Clear -for Average this month preclpltatfoD for .U ,

this time wftbout a hint,as to what we 2S'i66.)7\J; \ ".g3 jPlClJ: leaniZ,46loeheL "
29 76,70 75 .: Pt.C11 -
" \ Total deficiency pre8o
I may ''expect, :aced! 'our Interests :'are' 767O 11 .;:, Clear eipitation during .the
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81751&17t; Pt.CI'y month,4.pilnehe..
r allowed.....to's suffer because the.Colonial
e TanksG Namberofcleardayi;13..PI cloudy .ri..
.. Office will not take ;:the trouble tolook 13. Cloudy day 2. -- .J'; t. : ". .

Into the router 'The'fact'that" we:obtain Date, of J 'frost.,light;J.M W.: heavy Cfcosic,0 Observer.: Killing,'0.. "" .

:: M. DAYIS A SON little fir no ,assistance 'rom'tb .[NOT1t'-The above report ...represents approT- '"
. fn.nisb troately the weather conditions at )111m!.
-' Palatka Home:Government: does not : a Jupiter Is 84 miles north of Miami In the win
Fla. 8.1ft1cientl reason,<,fpr hampering us in ter the temperature averages at trifle warmer at
data: for,Catalotne, 1-24-6-94-pd ' :Miami than at Jupiter and Ip the -summer
our efforts td-Imprqve j our condition. trifle It li our n feather Bureau .

The sooner', this 13impressed upon Ute if'' t, '
i .Omoe';STATi6wiBY' :-Let 'your..cor-:: minds, of, the :officials i in Downing COOlIe'"J T TM? jr 1: .r. o1" +1 t.'R , j vf! M

spondence be a credit to you.This "' w i5C?-tJse well- '. ': sw p
concerned
Street the better for.all ; y { :, x'; ?yy t s 14u.1
is not possible withpoor {Stationery printed Stationery. Get it reasonable, .,
That executed at the MZTBOPOUS office .LATXB.-Sine*;the above was put in but get it good. Get. it at the HXTKOPOXJB f -'- *'**[?*',!* ' 'gW '-*- ?? W> >* v=p"IV -.j '

F is O. K.and up-to-date.. type it was. .learned, C that,'negotiationshave, office. ....r. 'i" t'll ""tf ,'
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_ THE JMIAMI METROPOLIS; APRIL 8, 189S. 'r '1 (, ''S'

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i-I \ 5 .
I' I
> \ that would be/io a large extent, con" few / would scarcely lie.,
A HIGH GRADEfit \ \\ \ taeNews..' : years ago recof .:.
I i \ . 1ned'to it, the rendering it Ian easytask the ,Florida of today.Forests'\ -eve *"
\& 1- to raise temperature jten/or been ,. railroads' have:-earned
FERTIIhIZER--\\ Th annual. meeting for 1893 of'.the fifteen degrees,Instead' of permitting ito towns to spring into existence.-, v '

\ Florida Horticultural ,society will', be .escape. through the open -paces nerva-llke, with all the;'complete ess r

'': II S I r"I held at Orlando, ,\May' '3, 4, 5-and 8. above. Sixteen': '\ wood.burnin8toyet\ .ofan old civilization. Churl es,' ;'

Must have\ \ \ 1 I :* * to the half Ire! costing $2.00 eacbl schools;' art;*literature,have rear d

;. 1 I 1 The Key West advertiser s 'says : 'Hon. would afford .an [\ample supply of heat the development of Northern'' to 111.

QUALITY REPUTATION Jeff. B. Browne will not: oppose Sena- protection. I Ii i / The Indian hat betaken himself t
. < \ tor Pasco, butjthat\ he wilj likely be a . ) tangled swamps of Everglades, nd

__ ..The "IDEAL" Brads have t ese" \ candidate for. Congress. v : Florida'a?Moderns den: his wigwam) .has given 'place to p'tu '.

Then' why pa> S35 00 'and 84000 per ton whin you can get a strictly high *.. '\ From tho Florida Tim.*-Cnlth and/ Citizen resqoe:;cottages,tbat are,fairly bidden '. f
in '
i I Four full' tentune /have roll //b1 maues'ot climbing, roses, wistaria,
grad, reliable fertilizer at the following prices: \ Dt:'. W. A. I Rowland has sold hi*

"IDEAL" Fruit and Vine ...,. .1 i .... . $30 00 :Per Ton Crown Point orange grove to Mr. V., since :Columbus I(say .a new continent ahd honeysuckles. Myriads of all-

_, .. Potato Mannre.....,..A. .H{ . .$30U> J .J' 1 H. Rucker, o'f\\ Lynchburg, Va.; the from the garter deA of the frail anti beats skim the Jakes where only a few .
__ .. Vegetable.Mannr.j.\ ...- .. "$3000. cash. Maria Between I the time ,of that discovery yeary! :since the:shadowy Canoe of ,the .. W,
IVrtilizer (rot. all Jrops)! .. . .1 . .$21 00 \ ,consideration being ibuut7,000, that Seminole: uI4be: seen 'flitting over .. j
.,", Blood Bone and Potash:..H$2:: 00 .I* it I and to- a1 \ marvelousscenes tbeblue waters.
s. SPECIAL MIXTDKB No.1. .;. .\. .... ..$25 00. If \ :: have been itpesedl that daring ; .
CORN FERTlLIZKK.... .. .. ,1... . J.. .82000 II George H. 11' fight" nurseryman, of ,exploits h/ve eau performed! &few lllcawbers who are patiently.waitingfor"somethingto'turnap"in '
All fertilizer material at lowest market' pI'o..s, Orlando, shipped! Wednesday 100 buhels There is'/no. i/bievem tin! ,' the : -
., Ask for our book, YTh We Make the Ideal.Fertilizers." : of velvet beans' 1 i to customers in different fat the State;but stock,in trade is always -'
worlds history: sq worthyyof glowing ;
'
places,'b \\t \ the ;heaviest order seized by ,the poshing Yankee ''
;
fame deed
i Columbus.
tpia gr a4 yf ,
as .
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Wilson & Toomer .,iFertilizbr! Co :wad fifty bushels'tii a single. i individual, What a'/ afar oue ii undertaking! No ''and the'.Micawber takes his revenge in '
'in Georgia. f tl\ A\ ,scathing sentiments on "h teI_harkst,
.
telescope! Nb quadrani} Almost as .
}t .MS-lf-if. :7\\ ckJI n vlU .\ i'lorida; \ It 1 e'1 I *. wild i. s the.song of' the Nibelupgen isthe nd dwells largely la the land, of"sand,, rmoecas'ins

{ "Pigs' Foot Brand ,Blood and Bone;" $17 per Ton.' J. II.\ 'Wilsonji 11 Jr., of Kisiimmee, story of this perilous voyage across and. in cans.": "* *: 'r 4.

.1 I Damaraland. Guano, the Ideal Tobacco, Fertilizer '\\\$44, per ton \\ant3toralseabojripanj' of Semiliole,, th /stormy Atlantic.The: great nay<- 'V- Experience' "And: statistics :establish

t, ,. \ Indians ,to. flghtl\Spain, incase, war ia: g, tor went out I /search of a' sew |fhe fact.thattojbsttle; with the, rigors }
..
CHASE & HARNEY; Agents y!I If declared. He tlijnks fully one hun ('oute land found af ;continent.! From of, a Northern'winter.involves an expenditure -

dred can'he secured who will do valiant i the Desperate adventurer he became a of vitality that.shortens life.,

f I service. for Uneleam.\ ' ,successful.discoverer, and .emblazoned ,Tothose' who can'exchange;;the baked"< 4
'
J 0 0 \ J'\' \. on his shield th ./royal arms of Castile air';jof antbratite furnaces for a sun-
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\ / II ,(nd Leon. / I warmed I atmosphere, we say,'come!. ...
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4i Punta Gorda Herald r The log'' Whether he be -tourist invalid '
\ With the dJ over of America came orwoutdbsettler
1"I;\ continued drought\\ :in this p /t of the revolution7 of'tb!world in'science,. ,.he wilt find a fruitful : '

TT Interested Florida has growi| ,alarming/It has in literature; and in; Christianity. A and profltablefleldandthroughout the
''hi', now been 'seven hionths sinyt a g length and breadth of the peninsula
U review of iscientfficiprogress rD\t'h
' ft
j\\ 1 IN ME 1 \ ? rain has fallen. ;II D'hr'ingia. peyiodonly time .Columbus chanted the Te Deuw the daily luxury picking'roses: : ,gatb-. /
two or three light\ shwershave. ering luscious'pineapples, and "
} on the of this! new land chali oranges I'
I{ East :Coast .of Florida? ,been recorded neither 0 whit" were lenges tore iAud-in literature, bananas Is- granted to '''the fortunate'' s
to net th /earth half .
,J: heavy! enough an 'what'st been ma'del When beings, who 'winter In this, land caressed ;
inch., Orange tree 4 ar/shedding their, is by the Southern sea. This new '
Sidnev Lanier 'America
( wrote going -
14 o'er bloom.mnd, ,young,ffj")* rapidity on' account Garden of Eden has all the attractidns'oat
learn to 'revolutional)
<. Do want to1 give a great, new, '
you I of the' drouJ.1.il I democratic'. literature'' which will weara the old;and:in:it peace and happl?

'I, :y -.More,.about its- l''I 4.. slouch.hat and have its shirt open at Lness: should reign supreme., 3.Mlxxu
; 't.i
'
Climate if A.building booui !large proportions the bosom, one generally, riot ,in complete 1r100U-VIUI03', _
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; e' ., is in full i'swint at West Palm Beach. } independence j of foray* nomericanbelieved Kiasimme i Fla.PLACES ., d

4\ :o Resources,/ ;r - ,Twenty boosts' 'andjja\ block' 'of stores him. But whenvMr. 'OF INTEREST.ToJB .; : j" f .

: :{\ ,' ,' "Developments and are 'nealin: completion. ExMayor3w Gladstone proclaimed' the right of: 1_

\ Possibilities I if t,of Ofiicago,)contemplating, : : America to be the great, organ lof the \ Been la sad About Miami anti BKaya .

1\\1t i Then,write to_the undersigned for la copy of the erection a canning factory.' :The !i, \Ver English tongue, every American t I 'Bay ,Mflea. ,
itackerel
electric/light will doubt be voice shouted Pf Tarpon
p1an\\\ no | with one "Hurrah. f, and Spanish Fishin: lO-
.... .....
of the Ulanu ,, 4
: ds > Q -i.r
i : East Coast Homeseeke reD ov/d to a larger site t /and enlarged. \for Gladstone." !! The Florida Ever lades* "..\'-,''-".i..*.,...... 4 ..
', "Florida ... ,.... ... .... .. '
Itj j is/probabl/, also, that a seawall will Through the .great! navigator, the The Seminole Punch Indian Bowl Camps and Kulns: .j....,...|j.".... r t S "
': Mailed free to'any'address., i be uilt'a.nd: that all\ the low place's. intbf Old and' the. Kew World were linked Cape Florida and the Old Light....;1.-,_'V8 ,
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I" *' J, E, 1NGRAHAM, o late will!) be graded and filled in. byother together"for ,better, for worse" and, The FoweyBocks Florida Beefs Uht;:.:..*',. -.1;.,......:..a ;.;'......13 f I$ :
r companies Dee p Sea Fishing..,;1; : ........ .r,w.'ts.
i parties or closely interested. as the: of American "
Land_ CbmmUipner,Florida Eut Coast Railway,* o ; panorama history' TneCoral Gardens.: : -,...,.: .,.';..;... 93
| passes before us we of the Bear Cut -.4. .
1; ' II| ST. Auoramne, 'LLr 7 *' see no part Norris it.t: : : ::::: ::.::::::J, : :::::::. }
: 26noT-tf Xew 'World, so rich in historic,Interest Caesar's Bock and Creek ....... ...: .;..;;:..11$
+r i I xiQslinmee / alien's .- .. :. . .,..fb-
\ Gazette; rher IS on exhibition nor surrounded by such a halo of Koey. '. : ;: :
Key :: ::::: : : :: :;;; ,
in thestorlof W. .,blakin- [ romance.and'tragedy as Florida. No TbeJInnunrOroands.t. ".u a.. "",ry...t-r.. JS .
{i bam.Filer'sOrore: ,"..L....''.....,...1 ...;j.. . 2Llttte '
sob potapany; an enormous cluster of I event in history presents more pathos Elver.: < .,'f-.r....u ...-.i .. ... 'J
', t t ,.. .. ... ... .t. e
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i Arch Creek : r.,3
a grapefruit., ...Twentylarge well- than the martyrdom,of the Huguenots; Natural Bridge h.t ,.;.<:1.-,..-.t..i'. ..... ........r ,
t-7 I formed specimens are growing on a the invasion of: the sea roving buccaneers OocoanntGrove. r. ,.. .
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I inass 1 Lemon City. ;:....:::::::::t]: :::1 : : !.: t
{ single branch., The wood and brought death 'and destructionto BuenaVa.ta.. ICutler.
-I 1:; THE POMONA NURSERIES all, weighs 40 pounds/1 They come the country while a| glimpse: Intotbe'.ruined The Roy.."..:Palms..::..:.{Uu.{ :::. w..::.:;.:f:..':::.,'!:.t..,:::: .S h.
%
NEW'CATIOA from the Pierce grOV 1 Orange' Hammocks coquina houses of St.' Augu The Giant Bambos.*..o-,,.-.....;.."'!.....;..'*4.1'1i\ .
L.OOUC ,FOR |O )I VVlidOrangtVlldLeroon ,.....:.. .:.. :1
I down the. rivets,il this C ulty"! !!tine recalls 'the pathetic'history of Wild I Ume.\tro"esr.--\:...;.... ....:..
\ o.f.
WILL BE READY TO MAIL III OBER Being the last of the'crop their price 'the it tiocNnt-'minded ,Minorcans:, Beguiled Snake Balce'j Creek.&Ul0"ero.- < :: .."...! .....;...;:.', ;..1''K'.....' ;.J i .

On pcrtv wTltes'aa follow* ..rcata- U too fancy fort ordinary mortal. from their homes by an adventurer ThetroCodilePOnd..4i.-!' 41ifou \

i' valuable-WUIyMpleMcaeBd Horxnr Catalone. 1 mt had a rnpy a copy of your,but We are indebted to/Mi Vaught for a they were subjected' to cruelty,' Indian of Crept Eetuge..r.and Oyster-.. :..Beds.....,-.i....- -c:::: '0) 4

: hcv thins leased U *flat it. 1 w I d f*md,awtwiUi eo ifcany to Mt terettiBf without a photograph. 0 'Uie'\bunch.' ;. slavery: and religious persecution., .. The FortPaliis.Old Rains...?on.:,the,'. ,.MlaaU....,.....>....A.....-.H..., t....4 t ,

j:1 1 WPT.-Oar sew sere:Catal i f cririn/ ooataia an t the 'I\1 / *,'!l .' Old things' have passed 'away, 1 and A the Cruise Keys on.the...'Bay j..*.of t,,.l.Florida, ...'..hi/-and Among.i>.,>" '- ,,
Flurida is in the hearts of its The Florida Gulf Stream. [ ...; r
good featare ofthc 1897 catal gveb lidca many Kissiramee V/Hey Gazejtte: Uere'isauother to-day'! ; I Sail to.the -.t..,.,;... .
acs omen FnUjriXUaatratcd many new Land of the Gem .
people the Flowers, .
notoxrmphie Vlewa. ',K& offer a fall,line of . practical and successful farmer. El.d1tfour ,
: Fnit and OnUmcoULTree*and Shrub*adapted his'' of Columbia To her.warm embrace I -t -, '
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tp toaibera pUntUcCatalacve Free. Addrca J,J. Kee/ie, on place West,, ofKisaimmee ot"'DeLp '. I'
.. ff,one, acretto .sugar-cane come the, thousands # followers I' : f'' ',.. .',
THE GRI FIN CO t Convenient'Memory. ;' r/
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and while that old batb tt: }
'te.eie blia.th.Otab. good,
ata.1 !
Peae+tor S* tbeni PtaaOB, t0oto1&irruuuics, / ectZUT.ttA.itlseptayaa made 31 barrels of fiuesyrup|\ ,; gal- of She-Has-- your.'-friend"'a good. men-, ,
lons 't t6 the barrel in all ing theory, the Quixotic' ,Spaniardmay i /
, 00-2\\\jg-allons ryl ... .
- > :
/I/ -r I 1,t., which.the/is getting 45\cents a gallon have e.en'all righter all wrong,' I Her-Well, yes; it's good to him./1 He '''

for.;, total, >f t 446.40..' Besiijes'this he sold certainly be made himself immortalnot :always'forget* when be owes' a.:fellow
as Colut;bus, by what the dreamedand .say money.-Yonkers Statesman:', lAt
.$50 worth: of seed. cane,out of his crop: :. 4

A.B.CAMPBEBE.} ; r )Ir. Keene says ,this profitable result is .discovered' ..but. by what ,he \ the.-MB.ic aJe.i< '
dreamed and did not discover. '
due What beantifnl thatpianist ,.
not tor exceptional causes or treat JGuest ,a.' /totich
r oJ, .ment/but that he belie; s'''any farmer The same spirit of exploration that has! '' r
,_ ., '' >Mana,..er Ludden dr Bates sf}L H.. f f 1. who/sets about it the rigut% way can" do led Columbus and DeLeon tosail Host-I guess I know it; betouched,

;' / 1ACKsONV(LLE'FLP; !'. the/same\ pung.N' .; $. trackless'seas is inherited by the modern In'e for ,hundred. before. 'he .camev .., ....
T wn. TOPICI. ;
"', Pianos and :Organs Sh et ,MUIC and: t ti j : :r" American, as be wanders from his j ,
: Experimelt.in'Pineapple Sheds.% native, heath i in quest ',off''health,and 4'' A Paging (X VheetbTini'What -.

i i LOWEST: PRICES; EASY THERMS Musical ,>Merchandise troll 't fee1;'Melbourne, kepUbllJ. 1. , pleasure. The spirit of travel. is universal baa become; of your.

\ i t. -; We will treat you better and/fire yon'better alne for your 1 l George A. Hill proposes to make,a4'new lj and as regularly as the birds wheel ..'_ ,'Take-Oh ,
t money than.. ny other once in the u.. 8, Send for Cat logne 1 I I'J \ '- ,. the dtuggist attached it s
'- in pineapple culture. first .
and Price Usis. / r F HwpMy-Hja departure start south. at the frost painted ont '
... .., fot money due for plasters and arnica.Judge. .-
j .
It' the
is
t; hid purpose as regards. top e Northern hillsides, sd, do multitudes : .' t.
covering\to\ slip fogeHler every three each season throw off the bondage -

of the tbree-illchi8lat now on, making of winter to find .I in Florida. a luxurious

'width of nine', inches'of contiguous life, where Yiv d'bloej| skies and
'
I.ln wood surface; thU: will followed] ,by brilliant, sunshine ,invite healthful outdoor lAlways, Bright!

an eight-inch open space, and so on.alternatelyl ;. enjoyment.,, The climate I 'br _- /

.. ,,oter; 'the whole! top of theoinery. something fascinates and '{everybody ,

;. ..; ? (the next step is to providd[ a is happy. In the hearts of the people

't . ,'. ;.r.t, 'j,, sufficient number' of eight|inch boardsto their country I is not Utopia.!bor Arcadia ;!

fill all these ;;paces:!,but' until, a coming nor Heaven-but. Florida. f'i I'
.
,; BUILDER' cold' '\wave requires'it1'; } have_them The Southern door is always I ,open 1 .

laid on:top of the three slats, that .were, and, the winter one long holiday.Towns .
.. previously shoved together;as, before with visitor
} / are gay
t. -w./ *j' .I described that they; maybe readily bright with< flowers Northern and flag; .sand s r ..

",.; :Pogt. Office Box: 6, MIA .: t laid,into the eight-inch spates;;,thus' ,a Each' winter'a greater number of people

f I'l } 28jan'lasmo-tf It. 'a7 :f tightly fitting covering would be made come to, Florida: to stay, and th ; '
.. over the e tire, enclosure,, rendering! it ,winter resident pities whilej he',wont,1' THE LEADER! rj.

...t"1\t ii" t somewhat art inside, !evens,t mid-day i ders at those:whom' he has left behin :

\, /'VV. ;r. SHO E Wb.en.tne freeze was over' |hese loose in the frozen, North 'H WILL r-it.fRIDERS; ;J
:: f .1 J. lr boards; could.be,returnedto their i original Every true: American, must feel.. ,

; :' ,places', leaving eight-Inch' open pride in the.flowery< .peninsa'ia' and ij! ,SAY \ :t

:Tropical. Land Agency, spaces for! the sun to shine' j through. -' Florida could offer othlri&b 'climate NOT rnsThe'Best; , :
and the-sun to enter," I '
.
the Uleriecn afford
'
I can to
people au\ '
: '.,. (1 %. COCOANUT.GROVE,,',FIJA.. .... I 1 .. The object of thus,tight" boarding' port the:State:'.for this luxury.; : Bat; JAR .
$ l. '*5 J .... t '' I_ the, top is a double one i 'First tkegp the tourist oft means find1! .
then
.', I : Four.nllea'wrath. _o( Miami, ,on,JU$C1D.1.J" up : | ,, t : ,can : -
M I r out,the frost'and cold,wind: ; second every luxury that, moneycan supply. -
1hii coabra Mme the'n..f and 1 's
: My of
i orange,pineapple vegetable UjJ For Sak
Everywhere.
i\, / 'land* in-tropical Florida.BaQdinc: -.lots and elegant bay ironta.I .. ': to keep' in whatever\ heat them Hotels .re.; superb,', boarding-homes ; ,
maYbe generated inside. By,tl comfortable. Here .is' & sanitarium of BRIDGEPORT BRASS CO, .
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f
'Notary .Public 'of, small wood-burning stote ;insteadof climate that
breezes
., ,. : i. health-giving ,.. a BVDOEPORT.Cooa. a r Af
' \ a j' '
WANTED 25,000.to loan on good t1i.tIne1JJitrCtnL', ... rosin fires, a beat.could\ be' made;; rivals Southern. France,or Italy. The .: Seca ax dcai r.I i

t H\ . .' '.,... \ -, '. .':.-.. ...1{ 1': ',,'. :.,; '_ r -tf'Lf.m.. '.I within. a given protected;' 'enclosure' ..'"!.I..traveler-who visited the. State only a, . r
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II 4 : \ THE MIAMI METROPOLIS? APRIL 8, 1898. :' ..



signals, that wil Jw used in ditch' ser- not be claimed i for any' other section oft.t. \ '

The 1 fiami l 1efrop0 fu' !\ ice.\ { North.Amerw-a., v FIRE! ... .TIRE.FIRE: .

cording to he Savannah X t'W8", ::Appreoiaj/ngthe// .alue of thee! nat- : '

Stati n8 as far south as Cape Canaver- ural ad val/tages, the entire: 'southern 3L.OOK. 'OU '! '
Entered In the Postofflee :kt Miaul,,.Florid ,: ,\ : '\ 1 '
as aeeond-clae[matter. *. ai, o the,east c'f art'of the Mate, willie half M )bade .County $ts rap- f>on't net fr2htenei1.! "'ThlCT Mmplr a timely'' tnlter to{>Tar\ some ,
No. IntUranr on four BnlJdlll ".Slot'k" HowwhoM Furniture.am.elate .
: .n | in what is known as district! 4. icily fillinMiip 'witli.substantial: fruit, Insurance '
THB MOST ,SOOTHERS NKWSPAPKB PUB your lu the y _
3cs' wilt be built the beach and and for the y '
on \egeiaple grower- ,
tlSHED OK THE MAIN LlXD OFTM British America "\ester Insurance Co.
UNITED STATES. where naval officers will be stationed<< benefit those, who are engaged in ? .or Imperial : ,.

,Y ,: .f t- with I' telescope* tip, keep'.watch' and report these industries. Tile MEinoroLia will ,- .. \L .' W.1M.\ 'FEAJHERLY, AGENT] .,

; E.T.BYINGTON, Editor and Manager to headquarter! ships sighted at in future contain! a horticultural department Office over Egek'e Omeerylcoruemfth\ stf*f.nd Arenue p,.. .
ni..ai..ivr..a.Z.u.a.., L..fwv..1. 'rbe-st' stations be carefully / UmartTi'MIAMI.
Subscription R&tes. sea. will of course ,:, (edited, with re

"' One Je..r..f......\...........?* 00 connected with GoternmtTnt I\ nt' telegraph spent / ti products of this i immedi-
Six months........I....'..'i....';....., 1 oo Ito
Single copies.....j .: .1. u' 0.') I| line, and at each station there afe 'i'eetton.l' \| We ar pleased to announce -
Foreign. subscriptions u0 cenp extra to cover, | will be
Dotage.Advertising will btu a telegraph operator !, ? 4his! department Bis
'f conducted under direction/ of Rev. Baof1y .
-
Rates.' ., lit, it\jw important that these stations: E.ABiatlk Y'ne
'be established along the eat coast as IIU1, whd so well understand - ,
SINGLE OVK O>* THREE SIX 0KfIG 11"
X'K.. MOj MO*. 310$. YEAU. (far south an Cap.. Canaveral. how the practice anti theory of successful i
,., Inch..i 1 U f 2 W I.4 Oil \, W I 10 rt i l I I hortu'iiltiire' in l>ad.. .
mach t it I is that oneshould : county.
.. | more important ,
fi hes. 10; 3 00 GOO 10 :O IS at I
a I lies,._ 2 tit 403. K 00 1> <*l 23XW We feel confident thatlthitdepartmentll \ \ i
be established the Coast \ .
on Opposite MIAMI I 'FLORIDA'I
.. 4 1D(? t'.. . 3 0010 10 DO1( 110 80 U) :' i\ i-
; I
.
: a InchV-H,., 4 01) 6 SO IS 00 :il: 00 MIlO Miami, which, being nearer to yt'il ; be looked to 'with interest each 1\\ I / i ..: .

fllncht110 Inches. 5 00I MOO 00' t4 Hilt,.,! .24 57 00 00 4J 4s tits 1t' -' UhanJ than any other mainland port week b) our friend\ in'tl', country. , INCORPORATED\UNDER: in\ haws or FIORTDA.WM .'-' . '."C\\'
: / -
8 inches: 5 50 10 00 1800 flOOO MOO would > most likey to need the i ,
M? ;
h. 91 ache*. ,G 00 11 d) 2U W ::3 tit 110.00 proi i Loahc / y '
\
.. W Inches-. W). 12 On S3 00 :!I. UO 6000\ teitIitukwhich\ such\service would af'7 LINTON :Conducts General BankingBusiness.
UInches! ,., K 13 SO, 2* Oft 39 00 7: 00 \ ------ M, BROWN.R. 1 1 .
.", 12 Inches. ? : 1400'', 2G 00 .4-: 00ooi woo ford.. I Ihe ,rain', that fell yesterday :was PqIDENt. ,Issues Drafts: on All
4' .. 3e oo, 45 vn MOO } <
i 13 14 inched inches. 9 507 o0I\| 80 0018 Oft no noMUO tn reality the imhorta.'e of Miami! i hooked upon. =':1:1'' providential dispensation R. R. MoOORMICK \ \ .Parts of the "World.] Accounts,
>- '15 inches: 1000 muu gU:1 M ji in time of 1 war demands fortification and we\'gave thanks accordingly Ytoa-Ptrstust.
: port { l olicited and Fa\or Con
19 Inctws 1050 W40ft 00 and vegetation is! l looking, ,. \ ,Every
1'i lucbes.r 11 00 2) OR I 86 ti), 57 UO KM 00. l. a strong garrison! Wl hit green '
CHARLES HOAR With
.1 fresher and br i ConservativefBankipg
JHSIDE.CASKIIR \
There will be no devta ou from these rate 'r sistipnt, -
Readi adrertisemenUyamong local newt i is hoped the war department will'orderlplaced '
e School elose- 1Friday wih an exhibition '
"} xtended.
\
10oenualine. \ ; r' \
.
here without Tu the '
f We are prepared to do alt KVnds: ol Job PrintIngyroroptly delay.: of the: in connection \ I'' t ,
l and inn t-Pla s\tyle at ai low ,mean time we do not! anticipate! ) an in with ,' ., Berk of Boynton, r\I\1 \ I I -, \.I\ a.1 .1"\ l1 .4

.t", r" .price proltt.W .as. .u consistent with', a \r-err moderate' cur tine the Spanish, ,4 the' will give anot4ier' \'it'U lecture,) illustratedby one Al conn. S 'ON. :)EI Nt'S; : : ,. \ ; ,\' :'- :Ur
gave ,
\ often \ '
\ *r \ i
carne the IJtereoptkan\\ I
unexpected hap- '' \
''
: \ l lNat'l
dad which much enJoyed .
: All comtnunicationi should be addressed waa .Seaboard, NY ;York.-
,i-t"L all checks,drafts,money ordered and xrther re- pena ndit\ is well to be prepared for j especially. , b>.the chi dren. Huvn ':

mlttaocel made parable'T1Ilr.YF.TlimL to: $,' 'I it. \ \ of flue the scenery''Ii'| of Hawaii" were' especially Bank of J.cksonviie. ; \. ,:Jacksonville: I! :, ,


: j* **-*-* i* *r *.,r+s* -*- * '<\ Will Staring \ff| Miami I, spent Sunday - / .\\' FOREIGN1 COkRESPONDENT, : 'r |t" , a :

4th. TS Metropolis' U Agenciet for lal.u: 'Followia r MIAMI I'AS' A ,SUPPLY. \ STATION' with old friends in I.iuton. ',Knauth, )Nachod and \IKunne, : .' New York., .

Fla. .W lile little is 'said of' the Mr. Laver, the section foreman is , .
Jas.A.Pine,Cocoanut Grove being important ,
j\ Anthony Bros., West Palm Beach na. \ ,enjoying a few days outing. which, in / ,I'l ,
Alfred KAeers, at 'Wolle'. ",UtnW Furalshuif pArt which Miami would. play company with Mr., Thornton; he will Elegant Iron Vault and Burglar-Proof[ Sate With Triple Concussion Time Locks
lIlIml. / '
Store.
in of
the Mr.
\\. b. De BerryMiami.1'X UH,' event war with Spain, goverme spend in Everglades' Lyons ,
C. M liNer, Miami,Ha.Key ') officials are nevertheless_ : :cogniurit takes'his place during hid absence. / I
of r '
,Key West,. ,Fla. \ ' 1lf-nl: t the YostlmDrortd Male.. t,
t' < West>ewe Co. of its 'various advantages auU ,Now and then a drummer, drops in ;. ; \ ;
-"' =---r---- -- upon us, and asks "whal'll 'you take '
will otla ,
.
i e sight of them should hostilities '
HIAHIrFLORIDA; FRIDAY APRIL 8--i898.: for jour plnes,'rbut we shake our
h act tally begin\ heads and look wise'and do not com CHASE &

Among tnes\advantages they realize mit ourselves virtually saying,"tbere'i HARNEy; ," .

<: P.r.i''KAhas"Just elected a:Republican that it i* theNmost, 'pouthera point millions in It..H, |\ /,: : .'
For' : to have 'byl rail,aW/is/ The whole colored: population of themale '
mayor. : a Republican reached I closer to the .1 \" "
\ sex are working for Mayor; Boyn ' ,
; .
\
won the race in a Democratlcj town* ,be seat of war\than any ther city. They ton, making ready for the :big hotel he ; \ SURANC'E'k'\--\ \ \

r' must have been popular' well as Gay.. realize thai it hsA /aal harbor safely will erect in thejinear" ,future in his "- f : _L.

J.. r, ,' land-locked and deep noogh, ,to admit cocoanut ;grove on' the beach in frontof \, L

\ The Key West Advertiser- should| .not any of.the. .vessels of the navy, except, Boynton., \lt i is i truly.an,, ideal location -. Vegetables 'and:Tropical Fruits

i get excited over the possibility of at perhaps' ihe greatest ofithe\ Xar-ships, Judson Sturges' of Miami, is iq ;

,'\\1. West. .It and even these may come. within a few town to fertilize and scuffje his ,pines.
Miami to Key
railroad from
:t, '". will somelittle time before Key miles 'bf our' docks. 'These faera giveMtami Peter Peterson] is still shipping < Dealers in Fertilizers and Crate Materials.. f
odds great strawberries that makes abody'smouthwater ' -
byafi .
... locomo advantages
:\ West hears the. shriek of then over'Tampa, Mobile, or 3 ew Orleans, so'rich.and delicious. .r are they.A I OFFICE ,PAbKINQ ,HOUSED, :' '
'\ the. .
::, ;, j a po[ tof!' ply; Over Babk of' Biaca Opposite '
\ 1 ur Bay >ne.' Railway Freight. Depot., z
:;" cJ i '1 l i ,ORANGE "RIDQE. Ie .
1r. We have direct and iuick railway i-iri.. >t
\ shown by Congress \ .
The }impatience : ( connection with the coal_mines of Alabama : k ,
,' \ during the past week'over: the.Cuban nk I. Wiggiri i left. for his: homeIn
'. henpe .the coal..for our navy Ma s.,( last Friday lie will stopoverar&Vw
-t ridiculous l considering -
J question j most Lave' .
tbould been*secured instead of : Smyrna and tisit friends
'
:-1 1 how shamefully Indifferent it from distant; phio,where t'U said that a few days. He-saift from' Savannah. '

baa been during the entire struggle, of government agents: are purchasing it on the 7th>,by_the,Clyde Line. H.

: ;the insurgents:':* I at prices' aWn the' regular market Mr. and Alra.Vm.. Lewft',of.Miami, J.ggeCO.; ;

aJicK8.0NVILLIS .. .. : were \isilors\o( the Ridge Sunday. .
quotAtiobs.i 1 1.I'I'I "'
) \ 'rile} have contracted with W. A. "Uocceswtt to E. L. bRAD V A CO. t
: need not Tear: an invasion There: ; is therefore every k reasonjwby\ Cook to:have th.aclell of land cleared

r All that.would and set to some fine,'orange trees right Grain
by the enemy Miami should be made a coaling station Groceries Hay and Garden Seed:
\ ) away.' Let the goodt\vork go.on. .
t doubtless
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,be necessary ; tud will be should.hostilities Jack"1'omswas'at'the Ridge Satur- ,
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; j, event;of the approach the Spanish' t'gln4] Railroad !, connection day, looking after }! the interest of : .MIAM i AQtiXT FOli APES' FERTILIZERS.' '

fleet would be to start a batch! or, two from'thele.oal; lines(o the'point nearest Metr McDonald'&'Reilly.Mrs. -H- f

y t, of hyxetn,ths. .down the river. v .r the seat':of, war cannot be' discounted. .. W. .:A.| Conk\|is expecting, Tier \\e mil the attention of thfe\ people of bar Blnniyn*tn pnr ttnck of Siapl* ,, I
-.e- -- '' -. father down rlom.j' Land next week. and Fancy Grin'Cri-e, Kriiit jaml Fond Pro 1uPt.ol all klnrta:also our itork, ,
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i i L i\ lie will buy \land 'at the" Ridge and _of Grain flay, Bran Cotton Seed Meal,Gh>und Food and Wheat. '
M Titz department: has'sent by the Then too,,should. it become necessary flH We tire the onlrlhoun* on B rBlKriTDe rove.
probably \oytyah; orange '.
of We ami nd-I
line ffuti\t. buy lose will Mil else. We Invite your eotres \
steamer: Olivettefrom_Tampa to KeyWest : to, land any: | army in' Cuba where This is.the place to grow the: ors ge. slice and coheir>
1,000 negro, soldiers} ;comprising' "the land engagement*, if any are bad If you wish to sett 1] some handsome I 1iy1f -

1+ ,-the 25th %regiment ,of cavalry.; \They will {takejplace, no other port Woi l d orange trees,. set 'out since the 1st of S : .! i .

.will be Bartered'temporarily att Fort: advantageous last 'January, just."call. at the Ridge t t I
; prove, as for the embarkation and have, a look., ;,..::1 '

Sfr' Taylor/' lie wonder if they; have,"been. juttrtiops as Miami. As.a base! of . -i . ;' ,
i. promised "forty acres and a lDuJI ."- supplies quick connection withtheXorth"and
SNAKE: CHEEK)RATTLES.
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:' the event of',:war' betWeen\ thiscountry Key \X est and Cuba\ make Itl A point of I Last We lne' daj ReV. Faher. Fon- \ . \ ks

: and :Spain. there, C lD"be: 'nodttdbi great .tnntage\ Q the government in tain paid a ileit to-oillr setmment in \ .

it.kt; that.Miami will play anJ impor- military, operations.'All of -these I con.dition order to baptize ,the.baby of Mr. and

.\ ; tacit ., Very"early:in'the fray the .".I make it important that a,regular }[rs. 'W..YcUatt.h\ ceremony "
Y part t I took place at the hoitstt of our popular
ttavy. epartme twUl recognize Itstu'perior'adVantagesacabaseof army: post should be established postmaster Master. J.1redt'rlckJO:1epb . i.

i, -It, : supplies. and suitable), fortifications erected here Patrick Mcllale is one of our' most BjisiiiI1jandftidence '
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:But on this '{account we should:not antIGlpate"ahottime without- delay.' ,\' promising'young settlers.. % ":
vld'town. r \ \ Mesfrs. Philips& Kngare( now harvesting L
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{ -' .# th@-larlrfJt crop of
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,'. HORTICUIIDEPARTMENT.In ever on, coun-
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: .lrfet'b( t,communication to the Mr;: W. C.|. Valentine is 'I keeping : :
.Citizen, in discussing the,points of ad- ,
; JaCk !itl.l"h' -Unl !1 anij Citizen, house'on Captain Fulro I1'tI hompstead 'it
'vantage:possessed(, ;- by; Mobile and Prof.!: II1 J.x>yebb f.;of the Department, ,, with a largeforcCof med,'and expects General.Agent' for! '}Mrs. 'Julia D. :Tuttle. 1'

''r 'Tampa.!'.as,bases of.supplies,:says: '''IfEastern of Agriculture. a Yan'nSton, D, cr to time.workin this J.neigbbn rTbetrucker for some .. ." ...\' ''110"t. ". f\ , .,
Cuba or-Porto: Rico were attackdi said | '


'"'telettedToirthe< i:a base ot."east'.supplies:, unquestionably;should." be the"It extreme: fll t is'important': I i'southern\t reco portion nize of- bat the thecreek,a good is lined business ion\with Little, -and-every boats);Snake bringing are night doing Prices From :$50 Qt t ti': $1,000,:, Pep!Lot t1;', According to: Location. 1


taokirrg' 'force.. ,Miami, east coast of,Florida ia practically the produce from Everglades: : A depot RAILROAD.FARE toMUmi over the Florida? Eaat Coast Railway will b* ..-' '

should ,,tbiepoint,,; on" account. (of.. only fropicai\ territory' in the United and sidetrack are \'every. ; much funded to each parcbaser of[a lot provided: pnrcbaaer: will produce receipt for neb ..f
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proximity.'': .'States:' It is'also; important to recognize needed.: f || zi .... fare, which receipt. will be receive aa cash in part pit mgnt.for lot.Ofidce .-
.. 'c' that nowhere 'In the world\\do sim-. I ... ., rer '
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; ' l' iar: conditions.obtain-that' is,.@ region Important Land 8a1ea. Maims: : it, 'i\ ti: :-'
The Jacksonville Times-Union a dCItizen where strictly tropical 'prpuctscan '
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: 'E. A. Waddell OQ-r hushing.real estate .J '
be successfully J near
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saye, .4 barges' an ,important market;like New York manipulator has lust',closed-two. \ J

; asteningaowti;; the Mississippi with city, in the. ame country (thus free important dealaj He has J sold for.W.. HOiELMilA'MI: Ir .
,|2,000,000 :bushels of. coal.fer the war- : from import dutiei); and with!! direct 'J. White, 140 acres on thet\'Miami riverto \ \ .
.' I railroad ![ Chas4 'B. Crockett of !\Mass., foe :fly fa, '' C13.
; at",.Key West. The, Ohio; .the connection, 'allo\ ng rapid .. t Mia1 Fla..
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13500.00. )[White retains 20 acres 'I
and continuous transit.' These conditions ... :
1 Mississippi, I, and the, Gulf _make, \ : r" p" '
'' .a make,tropical fruit''culture in of his homestead.-:.., Mr.Crockett| is .
: 'r-oundabout''route'' ,: m' Pittsburg South Floridaparticularly] promising. baring built a substantial house '16x25 l' t F' '.
;:,The'rail routes'via Jack' The .feet, two stories, 'and will put in a ''
.. ,Key Westj.r 'mango,p D@ap lelalliaatot pear, ) Fredk. S. 1'prse '
sogvilletoPort.Tampa and Miami are lemon, lime, cjtron' \and sapodilla ire windmill for irrigation:purposes. Mr. to : \ '
aDd there is plenty of' coatupinMabami probablythe most promising ,trppical White had. been employed for{ a year to t t \ -.
open, good" fruits for general cu tore. The orange assist Mr- Crockett's.,80nitlo.rputtlngtbe ; .-

:':.. ; and grapefruit 'caol\ be'''successfullygrown place in fine order,planting a crop, '-: ESTATEMiami -"
.i I but: It'?jii doubtful whether it etc. Mr.iWaddel\ ] has also old forMr.Jos REAL4 I : :, : :

> ,A. SIGNAL1 STATION FOR;.MIAMI.'1 would not.''.pay;,'better to 'cultivate Jennings 20 acres below Cocoanut : 'l :"" -- C :'.
: Grove to:A P.. of Br'aidentown ..
: strictly tropicalfruitk considering ; Curry: "
'One:of the !rgeb' ,'needs of this section .limited area of,urtr 'picalJand. \I,Certain -' Fla., for $000. ,. ,| .-. I ; | \

!: of.the coast.under:'present: conditions ? ., vegetables/ iiket\ the: tomato and Both these parties aa,;'well' as ;'Mr. 1 .Dade: \Co-ijFlorida.; : .:, \ : '
eggplant talsobe Hoffman of Buena VIta, to whom'Mr. ,
is a signal station. may \ 'very successfully ; .
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and Waddell,sold the Hadley place ,will 1 .
't\It Is,quite likely ''that within:a.very profitably \grown;growing ; ; \\r : .
fine smoking tobacco|\ is also a promising set oat :numerous. citrus: and" other AGENT_ . FOR, LANDS. O t:. < : :
abort time t the erection of signal stations industry! ,but basn yet been triedon tropicat trees and <<)otherwiaemtke, permanent .
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all, along, tbe::Florida coast will a sufficient extensive! scale to dew-. improvements: -ill\ *. 'Waddell Florida 'East Coast' Railway: CoM. .. '. \ .
b onlt! its.tborough: ( 'success." tThese'statements .for the "Aermoter'i windmill .. ,
station will '
gin. These be manned \ -
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\\ Thd Mimi j corrrspondent of the EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS. ...
MIAMI MINCE ; '[iiiies-Union and Citizen writes that .
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papers' a) follow* : "Judge Woodward Report of the Rsjular Ieetlag of the School .. '

of f Boston, Mas*., was among the first I Board Held pn Tuesday Lait. The C. B. Rogers. 00.-

tl 4 CUrlpani'' will be the last to go. The \ MiAMiFLA.t; April J 6, 18&3. ,

," Muy! Minor Miscellaneous ,Miami Mailers J udgttju simply! enchanted.with Miami \ Regular meeting of,the School Board IMPORTERS AND'\TTTIOLE3ALE' OROCER3.
and the tie. Among the '
Biscay popular '
,-. Modestly 4MtnliontiXo : jaaies who have enjoyed apart was held at this,p ace. Present ;'J. W.
young .
Jackson chairman J. W. Comstock Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal' |Etc
I -=-- of the winter at the Biscayne was ; I
Miss Cbatfield ,. dull la Miami, : SOLE AOSNT3 rOB t II\\ Our business. confined ''
1\ limes W lIe:here Miss ChatfleM made a host Minutes of tbe lest to .the
\\ Though the tourist bldJ: adieu- ', of!, friends, !)lot .only with the towns |{ meeting were Fairbani Canning Co. Lion:Brand I trade ODiy., orders Croa1con.a m" I\ .. Y
read and approved; Superintend-
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r For refugees coining >eeplel but with a large circle of fash-
And will stay the summer through.No : onablg' people from all sections of the ept submitted the:following report : I Canned Hems t era neither solicited Dot dMired. \: I

;. dull times in AfiimI, co ntr. Miss ':Katharine: Reilly of Visited,, all the Schools in the'north : I '
I, Thougb the Royal Palm's compete, 'ew,Haven'Conrt.'\ who spent several end of the county, except Xos. 8 and 7. Quotations Made Promptly on Application.' r
., For cottages are building weeks at thelBicayne, was also among Found the- attendance in some of the' t rU 1 1tff't.8m. i
On almost every: street. the roost Miami fashionable ladies schools small. At Lemon City the attendance -- .- i
I tha visited the winter - ,
during is so small, on account of so -
{It I : No dull times In Miainl, Miss RtHlIy was no stranger here nor many pupils 'wrapping tomatoes, -I
ii' Though the "Ti mJ! "are almost gone, at Palm Beach .,At the latter place closed one room and put all jn charge '

.F, l j For time ol,shipping pines she has; spent several seasons, where of Miss. McDonald ;;;for ,the balance of _1 .X .cJ:: 'j l5
i Ir la quicKly coming on. she was exceedingly, popular." the term. I attended the Superintend .

; II'4' .:'o dun times in Miami,' . 1 en s' meeting at ]atJacksonville and -

,.:,' It all hands pull together; MR. STEINHOUSER'S PISTOL found it very instructive. A_ full Distilled Water.J 4 Orders Promptly, Filled
F" Let "Onwanbe the watchword; ,. I. report of the proceedings will.be laid .-

., Never mind the weather.. ' He Loaned' it to bommandar- afarU to Protect. before you in the near, future. Miami Ice Ca., S. N. ladwin. Mang'r. ctlo -

\ '" the Mains Report The following warrants'were issued 'rrbr. ,
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\h Rain ia badly nee4ed. I\ '" '' during the month ] for payment of - L
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j' :Next Sunday will be faster Sunday. Xearlyleveryj\ I roan woman and child teachers : i'No. Defending' :the Velvet Bean. I

There were several. Indiana in town along knows the Conductor Florida; ..Stelnhouser.East! Coast Railway.He is a 4.. ,'Addle TEACHEB.Lee Dawson MOirra., ifith, Marcy DATE.9.,,i 14000< Mr. M. SJ Mor@man. one of the best: PILES R :t >*,Suppository i ;:,
this Week.. : a 5. EUllenf' Lee ;I&b) '1 12 40 00 in Florida It guaranteed to cure Pile ,, ,.
.' one: of the mOAt genial of men and amore a 6. It,E. McDun.ld :.0th. 12, 6000a Informed' orange growers; ", and Constipation, or money *
\ Toe.dust. ,during the past week baa accommodating conductor wouldbe 9. Annie AI McDonald, Gtb. ", 12.. 4090 in'' the current number of the Florida- refunded.-: cents 'per box. Send for v
t been anything but agreeable. hard to flnd. Good humor is dominant a 8. J. E.Jones. 4th, I :", 12. 40 00 Fruit Grawer defends the velvet bean list! ''of testimonials and', Free Sample to
( a 11. Irene Rlckard", 5th-1 ", J2. 40 00 which it seems had MARTIX RUDY Registered Pharmacist: E
against an attack
'Horseflies'bu'e been as 'thick as war in I.Jtllpirit, and he never tires of 110"L' F. Ktducr, 8th.'f 13., 40 00 ( Lancaster Pa. For sale by leadtnx drusr- t
?' looking tq the comfort and welfare of all..La bu D\lBeOr,J 8tb, ,".. 22..0-, been previously made by' the representatives gist. a-d In'Miami, Fla. by BOXKY, a '
I I ,rumors during the past week. his passengers. He could not therefore alt. Armlet E. 8. retcalf. Sth, 2t. 40 o.a.3. of the Bradley fertilizers. BOSAKTS., Call for, free sample., .
w. A. II. Hobby, ttb 00 '
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I. !The shipment of-tomatoes from;this be otherwise than popular. &1t. Maude Gee. 6th.H' IL' to 00 Mr. Moreman says : 'Copea$ and.. a
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: v., section during the past week reached When Lieutenant-Commander Maria &15. .A."'. U htbonTrle,Jr 6thi 12, 4000 beggarweed both greatly benefit land
i f high-water mark.. arrIved in I i route from" Key al6.AnnlwD.Liahtbourne6tbi + 22, 4'i Q0att. on, which they But the velvet -
1, Miami, en .Ada p' Merritt, ;' "' al, 60 00a18. grow. i' H -- -
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Quite a number of-irrigating' plants" West\Washington, D. C: bearlnjf Amy M Mann ,6tb-j S1. 4010ai9. bean so far outstrips them that no practical \, TrainsDiscontinued.The \
: t : Edith Hunter h, 00 would to them after ,., -
and the report of the,court of Inquiry into )Ira nth .. 51 40 farmer return
will in 'Miami'
be put around a20. Addle Let Damon fith,. ,31.. 4000a21. Beach '
the MaineJUsaster. he discovered that air trial of the'velvet bean.. "Palm Special"'leavjng'
.Le City within the next few,weeks.. lrL o. B: Stephens, Uh. "L, 81, 40 00 '
I .he had' forgottep; to'provide.hlm8 lt act Rosa '. :: el,;.4o COe23 "I had planted last year something Miami at 8.63 p. m., was discontinuedfor
The editor captured a big:fat*possnm with a'weapon. \lA.s there was a bare l : Mfrs. N. L.Jsekaon. 6th: St, 4Q90 like'two hundred acres of beans in orange tfat season on Saturday last, on t ." =a
in his back yard last Tuesday.night.Beally ., lossibility'(\\of, trouble, 'he approached a24.123. John MIl.ate S.14.Havl.Ma8th., nth". -" 81.st. 40 4000atll. 00 groves under my ''management which day it made Its last trip. ,The
t it would be a difficult matter to Conductor' Stieu'houser)' who gladly I. r. Hlndl'J'. :titb, e. al. O 00a27 I qever saw,' trees look better the morning passenger: train, leaving here 41
i starve.to.death.i in Dade county.' loaned the\\ naval officer his-revolver: Lull Angiren -' 6tb, 31, 4U 00a23. whole season: through. There was no at 8.25 a., m., and arriving at 7 p. m.t ?
when he learned what it waa to Jai.C. Barris. 8th. ."., St, to 00a29. : has also been discontinued. ,It made
:The Secretary,of War is studying the pro- Mrl Ueo:LYlD.n. 6tll. 340 Cuaso. ) production( of inferior' fruit There
t : of? Florida very, 'carefullyand hct.. Conductor Stein oaserl received Susan SlIntten filll; aI, 4000a3t. was no turning yellow of ieaves'here : its last {trip on Monday. Thus it J.I is -
1 -,veil map if ilobile Tampa should be selected his weapon!last Monday with, the following ..:, Mrs.JeaunetteObenchaln6tll H.S. Hobbs btgj,, "U;:, 31,',4000i32 was no wilting. The color'''and, I that with the'clusing of the to rl.Iseaaontbe 43.
aa'a base of 8uppU .,,Miaml will note:: L ; ,81.' 4000 growth of foliage were :superb, Th'efruit trains 'over the East Coast'Railwajt
I ,be, made in rfuxilliiiry station.jrcitiiwek :+- J "EbbettIjouse, ': Washington D. ''C., On motion,the school'term at Lees ; produced.was of excellent, quan-. have gone back to the usual ;
: March ?3.:;My Dear Mr. : dUe wilt be six':months, to close the .tity. summeriservice;! of one passenger train! .
i : ; D. W.. Moran', bur dry 1 return jjyour{ rev leer Iwrew1tband| last or-the present, month' ; as'it if de- 1 have letter in my possession from each way daily except Sunday, but it ; _
|J' goods, merchant, will open a branch thank you ever so much for the loan of for several of the leading 'growers and is hoped that we may, have Sunday/
store at,I..e rn on Cityi He has ''ur red It. Yon kind sirable) all schools J to-close before trains this ;. '
: ,were extremely to me, \ gardeners. in>',,the State, which. bear alto summer. .
{ v a store from' t1r.' Higgs of tbat'p1aee. and, I feel certain that it was my vigilance May. The: 'following ''warrants. were out wbat I say of the velvet bean as a. . \ .. . -,
\ | ':-He.Will piece-Mr. Goodrich in ,charge.. which prevented troubled Than issued ij J |t fertilizer for fruit and as stockfeed t 'He's True Blue.j. -

.The''little, 8-yearroVd'girl l or. loaf ng you,,.'again-1 Remain, yours very, 899. 'G.o.\Sears wood,'No:6..|l....,. ..;''.$-100' The growers of the bean ,are not discovered f -- v '
truly.; i! 900. J. W Jnck-scra, mileage and per diem 3'40 it to hi a fraud and, are still From the Tampa Tribune.' .. . ;
'fell from the second
Frank itorywindow '
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", The friends of Commissioner
Ljwidmeyer. .
't' A; "A.MABir, 90't' ; |il"| 13 eo County
..on :Monday, but f Jaen with,:a \"It"lItenantCommander: ."- 903. J. Comstock: <(< "'U\ j&ao willing to foist, it _on 'tOl, California. 1V. 'E..Allen of McIntosh are urging y
gash on thk head.' Dr; :sewed : 903.: Z. T.'Merrltt, Mar h ul.tY..t W 00 grower l. or anyone else, as Mr. Pollard him to become 'a canditate sheriff
Irrun- The trouble referred to was evidently 9M. Dade County State Bank, Interest. 01789os. ntimateK. But we, know from expe- for
up the wound and the little, one_ 'on the arrival of the party I in| WashIngton Z.T. Merritt.travexpeDSei nod tnct. 13 70 rien that it enriches n and'feeds' of Marion county the coming ,..primares. .
ping abont again. ,/". : 906. LtnhartS Potter, lumber';, io.13.... 2 46 e our .! 1 "
It will bi remembered that 907. M.E Gruller, Ko..13 and 15 160 our. tock and-will ave us fkom-the necessity -.
t The excursion to .Nassau!'advertised some one jostled against/Commander 908. P."':. King 1u.prl1eP.: drayage, 13.;' 4 00 buying! fertilizer. * 'The t\ '* ,f'

to'leave ..Jacksonville'vlli'the 'Florida 'tfarix;who\ immediately drew bis. revolver 909..,J. W.Comioek Ilmlck, book,' labor., poor S6 pupil H3.. ,.A.... S 689iO. 42 velvet bean/in order to fertilize grove aatmpaiga in'Eseambls.From'the . .
Kask: oast, Railway and. the Mlanif2iassatr "Conductor Steinhouser will .e't : : I.
912., : White trustee rent Lemon' oil neeJs not to pass through a fertilizer Journal. "
Pensacola
: Steamship Line on Thursday put the revolver and' note ampng1 his Citycburch..4., .... .;.1980 factory to betagged; with a card'of'' The Jn this '

'was cancelled,tfwing to the''-discontin1 ,- collection. Ipf souvenirs.-,u, .hf.-s.-' ,._,-....n'',' .j Board adjourned. \U\ t ', analysis. and priced- to you at a sum to soon be campaign waxing warm. While count1'wUl'there is r y.

... ;uance of: the steamshiri.service., ., .. J ... . 1 .' meet, factory costs,, tr veUng,agents' no undue xcitement the Democratic. ,';
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r", Every resident'; of this '.section, of .LocaijImprovements\\ I. IMPORTANT.ANNOmiOEMENT. expenses warehouse fees, transportation -I voters are aking a deep interest In affairs -
I t Florida.hou id bend his energy, In' the : fees,presidents',salaries,etc. But and are looking for men as candidates
i direction of a&uring'goodroadsWithtabnndant Miami pom.growth keep lip ,her record V\ upon our !soils! it. will grow, 'and for the various offices who are j
material at band there Is no for rapid during thel) com- Accounts Duo The Met 'optW., *' hrongb nature's law will transmit ompetentjand\ in every.way'worthy at: r:

.reason' why every road'should not be ing-summer, and. building .operations 11 from 'the, atmosphere! one of the elements the support of an Intelligent and ,re?
.-: will be as livelyasjever) ]; ; \ -New people I 'plants must have to feed upon-. "
|madea rock-road the next. -spectable'people. :
year: Featheriy .has' purchasedthe ;
are constantly coming'in, and ad- Wesley II. nitrogen. '.. *.' ..... .. ,
1ortw: '"J.IU. ditional residences'arid business houses printing plant.and tile good (will II i have before me a well-written_ .. \,j ., .; -. '. r
f will be' well who expect must be erected meetthe' mand..r and patronage ;counectedT\with r the Tobacco the '
I to- show that Coming Crop.
MIAMI METEOPOi49and and the job print"ing pamphlet undertaking
jlo\ take the June .examination write In a,few daYtl\I&ourid'Wllllbe\ broken '
establishment connected therewith barnyard manure is a worthless product From thiSmnbltteo Items.r .
'SuperintendentMerrittv! \ at Buena for the 'erection of a'fine.Lbrick: block
'' and has leased same to E.. Byingtonfor on the farm. Ptactical;; farmers ProfessorlMoodle: of Lake City;ln.
\ivista at once. The questions.'on The- containing six stored,} 'litb.to: be 20 by Tr .
"\try' andPractice of Teaching will be 60 feet. This.block. Is to,b built: ;,by the term of one( year. h[ know better. This pamphlet jis issued formed h \\editorof this paper'that
taken from, ilughea'a; .Mistakes In progressive citizens of Miami, and will "Mr. Featherly has not purchased any by a fertilizer company.Why' Barn- he had raised crops of tobaccxTthat -
'Teaching.. : 'TF \, be a credit to the tcwru It I* also aid accounts due the 'East Coast 'Publishing yard manure ia a competitor. ;The up- would go over 90'per cent wrapper.
: : that the hospital build ngwill''soofi be 'Company for advertising, Job o-date farmer will plant the velvet If we can raise a_crop that* will ran 5
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'The Epwbrth League of the\M, E. under *.It Ija reported subscriptions; nor has; he beanenrich; his soil' feed. his stock and 60, per ,cent wrapper, and we' understand -? II
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Church:(held a delightful business ao- Townley fir6<..,will build a. solid! none assume payment: of an)1\t\t bills due save hU money., .this is) done often, 'and taking,a '.

*cial at, the, parsonage: on WednesdayKVtntn'g building at thecorner\ of'.Avenue: C ,by x theMETaoroLls u : ''It , '. I loW yield per acre. 600 poondi, we'do '

; ..Tbt ..memben'of'' the Junior Se\ and twelfth; sfreetand! that the second All accounts due the'MITBO OU up CHUBOH SERVICES NEXT StnmAY' not see why everyone'' in Florida'. '3
League sprung a surprise on the \\itiry'wIU contain a mddl"rn'hall. 'This to and including yesterday,' Karen -. -\I. should not git rich. ,
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niors by furnishing! .them. with' repastof bnildlng will be Why lt)0 feet, and the 81st, should be paid 3. Bnriin-, ,.
cake and creamy. lower ftoo':'Wiil'be;' occupied by: the game our,efflcierrt' tOt ei'-\\ manager .Special ,Easter .services will lbe held j d Them: ,
Blackburn
Norwich- whose'services have retained' for Sunday Rev. C. Fred of Build; Everywhere. > _
\Edwin and Mrs. Gilbert of Ideal Dry (Goods Company, and will be ; .
? town.Conn., paid THK,.MITKOPOLIB: completed. by I November IsCnext.Improvements. the 'present and be-: will give his en- :the Southern Methodist Church D and"'thebuildingcorner 9tn Fromhe Sew. myrna\ Breeze. r .' .
'pleasant :.calif yesterday. Mr: Gilbert :the. surrounding tire'attention collecting all accounts of'Avenue We are informed that petition for
is at the head of the immense hardware couotry: are also'to be quite active during and winding up the affairs of,,the' East.Coast'Pub1bhlng street, in the;moroing at: 11 o'clock' and the construction of a bicycle path-from

'firm of Gilbert:,Bennett, with large the gar. ;ill4.':Hoffman, of Ohio",1who ; Company.!'}! He has in the evening at 7.80 o'clock. Oak IlilUo Xew'Smyrna will be 'pre-

factories in Connecticut;anc Illinois. basjrec ntly,, '\'purchasedthe 'beau been retained for this sole purpose and Baptist services w'm be held! in the 'aerated to our, people.In a few days, and .

They have a winter home- at. Cr'escerjt, tiful Hadley place, on the.bay,is'.en- we sincerely tJhat; all persons indebted Presbyterian pavllton\:oppogltel\ Hotel i we hope tba it will be liberally subscribed -' ,
Y .CityFla: ; ; > -- gaged at present: in remodeling the res- to the METROPOLIS: ; prior and Miami, on 'Sunday morning ,..at 11 i to. |tIt seems 'that, the stirroundingicountry -, '
It. idence and conitroctingstables' coach- up to March 81st',/will give prompt attention o'clock;and in the evening at 7-80 conducted is very anxious to .
L.; Hoffman, who recently same houses and 'otherj outbu )dings.' .This to hill demands and thus enable ;; byiRev.Wm.. .E\ Stanton, ol lave';roads ahd bicycle paths leading ".'.

here lroofChicago, .and purchased is one of the loveliest homes" In the entire us to wind up the busines' with as' Lemon City. Sunday school at 10 a.m. into our'towand; they should,'and we
the;jHadly\ Place at Buena vista,:'has Biscayne .section; and is especially .little delay as possible., l U, ; All are invited to these services.EPISCOPAL ., believe they twill receive .the proper,
from Edwin ..Nel.0Qi' :
recently purchased; is author.iced .
also
Mr. Burlingame 'fully
gratifying to know tha It is'being So encouragement and aid from ,our cui-
1350 worth of 'furniture; 'We nicely imprpved ,' \,.>k I to. pay''all bills incurred by the i 8IBVICII. Z ns. \ '
,are; glad to see this spirit' manifestedin It is probable also that Mr. 'FlagICrwill : )1J.3iIlETROPOI.II": prior to March 81, : At Trinity church/corner of Avenue e, y ,'I- Fa
in jour.new 'citizenlie certainly belie'yes'in build several |handsome cottages 1898;and will do so upon presentation. B and 10th street,there will be on Easter .. ,
.... supporting! .home industries during the summer. .t\| ? Address all communications! regard- Sunday,.April,'10th, Celebration of They (Are'{Within;Oar< Gates. .

'The'closing of the Royal Palm' after It is ?aid that a Catholic:convent'and ing the affairs of the old, corporation, the: Holy' EucharistI, 7.80 and"-11.15 Froni the T Bomber: !'. t. 1 f', "

such a'gay and successful season, gives school will be, erected. . . here byNSeptem-' to East. Cast Publishing Company.'' a. m.'. 'Quite a of bar leading Smnlah 1 ', '

the ground, so recently thronged wIth 'berlst.-" i' \ 4, / Very respectfully}I\ .At 'St. Agues corner of' Avenue F citizens -peri'ona1ii&! edthe ,
: EAST COAST JPcBLisnisG Cp.- ,
happy pleasure-seekers'a rather 'quiet r '-- : \ i' i arid 11th street,there':will be on Easter Times this morning that they deeply \

'appearance. :y' It is 'raid that the ,Nassau Steamer i "T Taken(Off A\ ,t / *WALTEB'S.'ClUHiM' : 1 I\ :.PreSident., : Sunday ,Celebration of.,the. ,Holy, .Eucbaristat9.8pa.'m. appreciate, the 'good feeling and kind -
'" v assurances tendered them behalf of
will be beautiful en-
made
grounds even more '
than they. now are. before the ,Notice'eras given bn Tuesday. Jsi\, ,Miami, Fla.r April. 1 188.' U ,; : the citizens of Tampa through the edJ't\

opening of next'season; J. P. Beckwitb. traffic manager.of the c.,' lapr-ltDo., t\\ At Lemon' 'City, 't iii'the old schoolhouse [torial column of this: paper,yesterday . ,
+ J East Coast Railway{;that,taking effectat / : J J" .r.1. 'I onr Easter Sunday there will be ,afternoon.' tThe ; r v"

i Captain F.C. Brossier bas been inetructed once, the service: !\ of thesteamship Brann,r v ed.k\ Evensong' ,and,. sermon'at"7.30'' p. m.f '. \\' ,Times'Is pleased, 'to ,learn that: '' '
1 byGorertior Bloxham'to put Miami, operating between" this place Editor; .r-- s T Spanish citizens do,not 'desira,.to l } .. '
Ir .(be Key.West Guards'on a war:footing, I and Nassau,would be discontinued till ,,.. C. Brann"tbe"Apostle" and'editor 'ReUgioUs.Services' at:'tie Grove. leave Tampa, and do not intend to do"

L.wt" tab in readiness to move at anytime further not ce. -Thei unsettled ,condition o\ the Iconoclost, was killed in a Presbyterian services will"be 'l held at Itb. unless it shall become disagreeable y,
they':may' be'ordued .out. It is'ex. of affairs is 'given as \the reason. street\lnel \VJtb. .\ .-DaVIS, atWaco iletbodlat for them here. The assurances given '
the church both
I pected that they may be.sent; to Cub The Miami is one of the hanasomestlvessell -,, / ;Tessas: ,last Friday. Capq'D.vis' and EpUcopal at the ,usual to this people yesterday by the Times t
.' at the commencement of hostilIties. afloat and,has done a good ,freight also' received wounds s ,wbichjiit\ iathQdght morning hours conducted evening; ;. Faris.Advertise lias also received many'hearty approy- -
;OMany ([of the ;.members'-of the guards and passenger business during the season ,', Will be fatal: The trouble : by B v.Dr. ala from leading American citizens -t' .
are well knowo*.in >M ami, and ,the ., It, is hoped that Borne other mean. 'arose ,over publications In the Iconoclast I .*. *,riKi- > F f.The'rlmes undoubtedly voiced the _"- \

movements of this company will_ be of transportation| to .NsMaliwIH] soon which "reflected the Baylor, in'';the:,METROPOLIS.< 'We\' unanimous sentiment.of' the people Of, - f;. ,

'watche4.with iatereit:,f arranged... : University._i \ |{l can bring yon trade,?;Our..friends,read Tampa on this Question '." '-J .
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jLook to Florida.. [HORTICULTURAL DEPARTMENT
GENERAL'OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
BAKERY
:1'i, NEW YORK From the'!Tlmes-Unlou cud OUizen. f -, ' --t

Thee t York Mail. and Express; IJExperienc\ : f 1:4 ont of the best teach-

: 12th Street, eet of Passenger Depot.. \1 1res'bf contained [1a most excellent editorialthe ons. A' few\; years 'sfnce: tbel! rough, CITY OFFICERS.'

Rye, q \ upon Florida. The Stateha rocky lands and the low, rich prairies MATOR-Jobn B.Rsilly.ALDKKUKN .
Vienna \ J Bread\ attracted uninoal attention for of,'South Lade were considered;, valueless -Joa. A.; licDo&ald, Bon'
F ;t t F. 8.Morse, IV%M. Brown,J.E.Lammas
.; I Home'Made \ the, last two.month, and _the war,scare, !so far as'agriculture and horti< ul- Frank T. Budge,'D. COegroye Walter S.Qraham. .
; I: \ at 1 least, has done thi? much) for us in tt\re\ were concerned. Many of those {

, -.-J, Gra ; 1 Ii_- -- causing' .stress to be laid upon our posi who' visited ,tlliis, region before {the ad Cut.CLSBK-John M.GrlJ am:

Y' .' Baked daily and',: ? ; part of,town tion. 'fhe |following 13' the editorial, t of the;; ,railroad. returiiedttellingqe 1I4RSB SCRTKTOK L-*Y OQllg F.Gray- '
CITT. -A. L.Kuowltoa.
-N Bu1laBnns.CakMPies. Efel')1.blarg: )amt: Specialty of fresh confections. { and we reproduce it as being,of special \ _most.woeful stores of a country PKKSIDEXT.or rovi1cILi1oni:: F. 3. .,
aDd nuts. I have one[ the most modern' ovens .Picnic and excursion iut'ere to Floridians i hey had seen La country so rocky that Mora 1
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' } parties famished. on 'short. notice/' : ;< j |. ""Jn the event of war with Spain the ve'n': a goat |vduld find difllcnlty \Jin .. STANDINQ! COMMITTEES

; 'i i YER, Proprietor State"of Florida mint inevitably become gleaning' a respectable living, a.C'Oiin- ON FINANCE-BnJgs, Brown and Mo,,
WRemmberi'dcifve.everjrtMnj:.ree of charr Re1'ember. the glace, ,hh Streetj Just WBMI the military outpost either offensive try that was'barren and worthlegs.The Donald. iON
pI paueneer d ptlt. j: \; ; 1.'U"' oS or d defensive action on the part RULES AND ORPIXASCZS-Qrabaa, aV'
of the UnitHl 1 States. Florida would experienced the past two years I McDonald and Brown. .
be Hit?Virginia of the campaign !should lasfcompletely changed this opinion. ,
\ VEGETABLES ON STREETs.uD lupRovsmnrra-ifa
: -YOUR FRUIT AND strife ensuAj Key AV>*t is already During last "
the
ElTI-P I! two: years hundreds pf Donald,,Copgrovo and itummDM.OH
s'e t 1 \ the storm t Centre, and the'stratt'git1yulue have SANITATION--Lummus, Budge, and 1
-1-- \ .-T THE!:'"-; >_ of t he Florida east! coast a*a base' men come to Dade county from .. -,
of supplier and for the movement of all parts of the country. 'Th r hate Coegrove.
ON Warn
Sblotherrir Produce 'CompaKy, \ troop,,' assuiicH' an importance which lurchased land all the.different varie :' Graham AND and Flats..Bodge.PBOTXCTIOIfCoagrove -
R .should at once the attention. of abound
engage
ies that
here: and as yet not OH' Pot K AND CHaarrrza-Brown,

= : --,STEWART. :DOWN & CO Proprietors. \ .the Govf rnmVnt."Fortnnat4 is .it.fur the Government one acre. 'of barren land ban been found Lutnmua, and Graham.-' IPnsTSAaTnaAT' .- -

\ hat by the]liberality and far-sighted We have seen crops of vegetablesigro-; J\\
; Mi S. Warner
AMI-
123 LIGHT STREET \ BALTIMORE JIARYL.NtTWe
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r r *; genius of on 1o(norcitizene,31r.henryl1.S tug on high pine, sand, prairie, mall 'AasirTANT Poenaaua-Frank Piaro
handle Exclusively SbUTUERFRUIT ANDJ\ VEGETABLE \ Flaglerr }tot only hare the sand- prairie and saw grass lands, r ,
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dunes and hrfniniockd'of'Cast Florida'jieen -
i f STATE OFFICERS.."
have all fertile idakt-
and well,
Buy outright ; by his unaided enterprise a railroad ed to the cultivation 'of 'air f
r .=Fnlwd 8 tate.',Tru t CL, frad'er Xatlobal Bank, and! the trade In general has been builCtoa point lfj()miles'from vegetables.. Men whose resources! e QoTWtsou-Win. D. Bloiham; Craw -
SBCBCTART'OV HTATK-rJno.L. _
1 April mo-b*. : i 'I Key ,wHt. amid a Irarbor created inBiscayne been crippled by. constant freezing oin ; "
i ayVhfOrp! no adequate harbor ford.CoxrTaoLwRWYm.
H.
in other sections have come here;; fortune Reynolds
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ted. extensionof
;1 ) xi The: : sza-J.
\ Taaasi B. WLilfl ld
Florid has smiled oh their endeavors '
the East Coa'st'Railwayto3fiaml .
t AToaast Grntsm-Wm. B. Lamar. .
last y|>ar not only vreate,l the here they l have a t last found their E BtrnJUN'fL"DD"l' OF PPBUO INaDt1a-
: M1AWI.1't. .* thriving cityjjof Miami, but inecessi-' Dorado. It is cafe to saythat:; in nc TIOM. 'Wm N .. ;
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H tated the cutting of a channel from the other section of F\lorida! have, the plant- CoJiJ.ftSI88JONU OPAoaiCVLtVUIaB.1VombweU. : :
\ railway terminus tohe ocean for the era,met with the successthat! they have ., '
development of, American'commerce at here.: Our crops come into market' AD3vTAwr-OamAzr-Fatnick Houston I i
BUSINESS RESIDENCE ; that port and the facilitation of travel. when there is nolcompetition\ and\fur- .r r
and A million dollar*.h'\Vebee-n expended titer, tne quahtyof:;, our; vegetable.are SUPREME 'COURT-JUDGES.; 1-
.. by Mr. Flagletr in this enormous enterprise' superior to any other/, well-known
, '.. with the result that.within and .most successful truck grower of B. F. Taylor, Chief J 11ItJee.F. '
U. Associate Juatic
Mabry
will be open through: Biscaynes \Bay beret "The tomatoes 'grown in this t"
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._. .h and the new steamship) :now' plying between section are superior in size and quality Communication to anyof the State
' 1 Miam"' Dd Nassau will be able I ; Official or Supreme Court Judge shouldbe .
= to
seen
any l1ave ever grown,
anywhere.
} Now' 'For; Sale... _? t. 1 : : to'come to berpier; Miami. N "i iddroMfld. ._ ..Tallabaatee,. Florida. :_.
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: \ \ "Should:; it become' necessary.to move'troop. 't'a PAXQIR. .SENATORS FS ROM FLORIDA'' .,
., I \ % and supplies rapidly .to the The location of the Biscayne Baycountry : .
f t South Mr. Flagler's railway and open is Hon. Samuel Pasoo Mot tic lJof Flar' ,
the
Prices From $4OO to $ .PefLot harbor in the Biscayne would be! immediately market gardener most:'Of'any favorable section for of'the the Hon Staphah.R..3f allory.;.Tallahaaao- .. ;: ,

\ ? QO .the Govermentl. available.\ should'At.,the without same delay time, United is perfectly States adapted; We have to,the climate growing hat-of Fhut, .f ,1-,, :

assume the task of carrying forwardthe UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN
early vegetables at a season of the
r : A.COOd1ll o atIon.i work which Mr;Flagler has so well when practically we have no competi year r .FIBST DISTSICT,Embraciog theEt4,: "
; ,begun. The channel) U deep enough ,tion. Our lands as a whole are adaPt, Coast-Hon. B..W.Davia,Palatka. -'! .I
.... \for.lhe-. Miami andfor; vessels of equal edto the growing of tbe.varied varieties ] BECalm ,DISTBICZ-Hon. 8.M. Spa .u, '
, 1yvd draught but for'Government uses it that find a sale- in all man. Tampa.
'.' 'I \ ready ; the
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should .
; be at least twentysixfeet.: markets we reach., We''have ,
Railroad fare to Miami over the Florida I,East Coast' Railway will be refunded \This great1 natural\ harbor in the Biscayne and cheap transportation can to these:quick VIONFOS. ;*

each purchaser of a lot, provided purchaser will prodn'receipt for,such fare.which is the 'onjy one between Key 'kets"so that at first sight there wool mar 'R/H. M.'Davidaon, Qalncy,'Fla Ch'a.;-'
.receipt will be received as.cash. in part paymeut for lotL .1\ West and Jacksonville capable of im- "
seem
;. ".-.,- "_ " -' that there were no obstacles i H.E. 1..Q, U't: ; ,
:' Call.on; iJOlIN: .Bi! l EIllLY Agent! provement for use by war vessels and theway of the truckers making a'greai I'J".1L Br'yan,Eaaaimmee... ,I" r
-- _. ,_ of defense from attack.; Xo better use success: In spite of all the, favorabhconditions John-.ley'Jr.., Clerk,Arc diL ,.
.J t.. : fort' Dallas'tana Miami could. bm made.of;:the President's emergency ' thereare obstacles offices BoardiTallal
that and ottha
.. .A'; < ,. .; Company, fund than to devote a portion of con Headqnatterr .
r. front qJ.} Theae obstacles'are in .
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;; oil'J. E,. INGRAIIAM,Vice-Pr 8't, .1 itto the prompt' development and'de surmountable,*bct',they I lie within not oar -, i r,: >
\ fense of a harbor> which is bound to, i UNITED STATESCOMMISSIONERS;: '
to The
own .power overcome.,:: danger;;
Jfort'lIaUas LapdjCo., St. AugiistineFla. play an important; part in 'any conflict overproduction& I
1.Iattas..r( ,. which may' be undertaken .in Cuban ;does not lie In as-some'''! I John B.'Beillr acid. Wesley M.:H.Taatbw-.
.' would make us think. With all the *, '
and Floridian waters"' markets of the North and, West open' ly.r'Miami.- c __ ;,1' y .. ,?.

r ; i! Di iscove red'' 'a" to us and trying for our products;there: SENATOR FROM- "I3TH'DISTRICT ..
\ Litt1&piii Ferillzei 1if fi .Phosphate Co by: VfO 1UL is no danger of an {overproduction' .. ,
Dade '
,, Another great discovery\ baa been made; properly managed/! (\What we need and VEmbracintc Bnviti and CounlUa.' ; :
; c .1. .} }. VJACKSONVILLE and.that too by aj lady in this country whatwe must have if we reach the Hon.-E..N, DiaUc,Palm Beach.- rDADE > .4..,
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th ; FLORIDA, "Disease- fl18t@Ded''jita clutches upon her beat .results, is an organization which 'REPRESENTATIVE'Dr. :
aod for seven years she withstood ita severest will enable the farmers: to so distributethe COUNTY

s 1. teats, but herd; yital organs were entire crop that ; will be no ;. : R... B.Potter. ,.of. Nat, Palm. .B, adj< ,
undermined and death seemed Imminent.For glutted markets. them\ only be accomplished '" ,
Maas arers of'Tornalo three months she coughed inceeeant through: the agency of j a \. "C'OUN, .OFFICERS' .; -p;
ly and could not;eleep.| She finally discovered society or, in other words,,. ,combine, County Judge=AUeu E.Bly..r.'J'ano.' '*:/ ,
- ; a way to recovery by purchasing I that will enable the truckers to distribute County Attorney-RTR. IorM1mL; ,
of us A bottle of Dri King's New Discos their'crops and place them daily in r ,Clerk of,Circuit;Court and Recorder.ot
,' eryfor consnmptiob, and was 80 much bare markets; Next: year the Deeds-A -F. ,Juno '
acreage Qninby
holdd the I : r
xte best
: \ 'G.r. ives ; kF/itzfr, :oecaused the ,tsrr 1 1i
relieved on taking the first dose that she of truck |1J planted willb mire than Sheriff-K. *J' Chiffingwortb, ''Wsrt. .
1'1 -. :::.'. ." ,'" :the cheape t 4'I t I slept all night; and with two bottles ; double the acreage of'this' .yeir. With I.Palm Beach. \ ,

: i: ;' been absolutely cured.:. Her name is Mrs this increased acreage there Will be an t.q tU Ctor.of Tax h-T.J\ EirdeeCo_ .1-'
'i : : and Brs .
Little-B} 'Vegetable; No 1 ;Li tIe Tomato .
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x ost : :>, } LutherLutz. That writes.W. C. Ham absolute demand for an association that i ioannt Grove. '" '
,.4 : '":Special' 'are:\Ith l ;Best!B and$ , .- *. -| ;/ -I T Hit I free''at'Townley. Broe..drpgatore. ,will net the grower a fair price. "In aIm Beach.V: : V .
.marketfortomatoesJ .. Regular size 50d and 81.00.. Every bottle union there is strength; United the Treaanrsi-J. F. Lamond Wist..Ps1m't.
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,. .. .... .. :- -/:.. .:" .,( .;,. ,- ,, 1"" guaranteed. || 8apl-eoCw vegetable'! growers of \South Dade will each t'.J.' "" \ "
: -. ',' lr : .:': ..: JOHN l: ELLlS I be the most' prosperous 'people'on thecontinentsdivided ::,,. 8unlsyot-Frtnlilin Sbtlu"W, P bzi.;,'
,_ ; Agent, The METROPOLIS Is the best advertising : ( '
interestswin
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Beach.
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NkM1i . M'I '. \Wi J. Shone,'Cocosnnt Grove..; ,_..;: .
c; : l.laml 1 E.1L.. :.White,Lemon City. : ";
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'ffEBOTTOH PTJLLMA1T, DBATWTNO BOOM CABS. ,DINING OUS. !Clark of Conrt- F2Quinbr! ,Juno., L.
NORTHERN < i COACHZS TRAINS.NEW \\1' Fall Tana of Cirenith' Court convene "
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J. I fifLots ': 1." November; f )'" t. *
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.- i\ >, YORKVAND FLORIDA LihlTED. \ \ \( Spring.Term on'.First Konda)" 'after i
"Norfh> mi_ are !only half a mil!from the:New .- Solid train.of TMtlWlcd.PallouuiDrawlarVoon Compartment...Ob.ervatfei'salE F urthlo. ?day.m April.jh .- ;*:* 1
DlnlDeCar between St. AntTwUaeandNrw York withpuc ehang i\ .. :1- '
J.. l'erminal' l., qrl a 'fowl minutes' ..W;alk.. ize''60x100., WASHINdTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED." '\, DADE:COUNTYi! COURT, VConnty7udgtt ,?''

v. Alley- in'rear: olo every !lot jdool} .a il breezy -Through rte JackaoBTUle VwrtbuJid,Bavanoah wine-Room sac Columbia Blecpinf,wlthont Lan change tetwean Tamp and", New Tork' ,. ...PrDlICntiDaA.ttonreyB.=All'n E.H. R-y..r.Taylor'Juno.' ...

li : .l locations., : .r It l1'k 1: "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL;" L ?., r MiamU' -' : ,
4; Pullman Drawimr Boom Buffet 81plaf C.ra twtwt n JackaonYlO. *aad if." T. :"Winter': Term.First Monday[ iuVl Jaanf3p .-

\ t ; ,' Embracing' Lynchburg, C arlotwv11l'f.: ;"ary. I -t| '' ," af. f

I . -4r'| | Washington, Baltimoreand! : 'Phhlladeiphla."CINCINNATI g. Term-First MODdayiD'A.pri1. .
T500.Buy Summer Term-First Monday in'July.V
; l t , AND FLORIDA .LIMITED." 1 ; i Fail Term-Firat Moodar' in October
; will Solid Vcttiboled trail of Pullman Drawing-Roots SlMptaf Can aad Tlrrt ClawTbof '+ .. t.'u. -. -
,onrhfar*.Goaehes rtmaUf through withoat ooaac*.b.tw.sa_JackaoaTlll aad ClMajaafl. 1S.'LAND OAIINIVILLE
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r t beVorth .double fevq when NewPerininal .- OFFICE. FLA.
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Terms :' .: .' -a: U; U..Wainwrigbt. Beceiler.V.. '
'., is i' 'Sleeping Cars to 't J. M.Barco.' '
,completed. Easy : v .i Pullman H" I :Register. 1_ ,,:.rx
\ 't 1'' Cincinnati, vIa--Columb'Ia'and 'AsheyilUt; Through the . .. i.
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.: < ,1,?. Robbins & .qr ham, > i 1 t =LAND-
ll.9f..t :'fs\ i(\OVE'rQST-'qFrICE., : Thromh c sleepers toIr ;. Athtats.'Birmfnghiai.Memphis and* Zaaaa;*Qty. S. Storer & CdJ8nc
And ., vill sad fit. .' .' .- '
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; :f . to.CKattaaooB. < } '.-.", LouU.v d > .',. -.V-.' rl I? / '\Ju '
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: : Imported Vneita\ Abajo 11 per o*.; 110'per pound Tot detaUtd iafonnatioft M to rate, ed1aJe , -" of the Bocr. ..JUrLWATorilaeoaawtloM.I V _
: Florida grown,oneiypar vte & F >+ say agent m '
E 0 Sumarra.iscperoato$13Optlb. t]Isunfactndn! \ Wh l..tli Commiieton"'Dealeta and Sbippcrs,.v -fA"t ;
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Leaf,Tobar40c.tir. < -I J ,1-J all kinds of -T -
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rY or. FIELD
S- ; \\Upr1b; AND! ,
0 .C'CiO 'e'e e GARDEN SERDS- ora Fifld Varietle.20c|*ro.t. .
a Vartetlrv posrpatdat.6uipet cpr qtjpostpaid ba. frelgbt, 82.not 5 (p.ld r lgbterezpteiinotprepiidT. angar* ... ; 1 ," ,. 'f :W J.TURJ, i' ;::8.11._ HABDWIOi- FRESH FISH. .f'
Cucnmb Traffic Manager | "I Aaii.... '
We : .Cha. ,
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port paid : Praa V '
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'. kuall :tioc per lb posh paid. Pearl Millet,the best fodder crop asc per lb. post raid.4t In locI 01 Wa hiagton.-Ll. PwAgt Q_ k, ) JLobster and Turtle.: *:
:; 8 llw or over not prepaid.IScprlbJ: All other wed r. t. 1 .
at t reduced rata-i International .
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Stock roodjto YnernUona1 equallC Janua r1 r.JB2- : .- {t -coutpme1ita SoUcU 4.
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per II Poultry Foodtbe. IX CAJttBON,- .. I --' l- IL'
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T North Miami Town\ L 1 "Lots: I'! J\ FASHION As, for co LATEST tomes., for every: FANCIES.purpose'I, MIAMI PAltiT SHOP! THE PEACOCK 'INNLOCATEDON ,:


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t smooth surfaces characterize the finest T: J. WEAVER, PROP'R.
From qualities. mast( of ,the materials, ao BISCAYNE ( a
in' Price $30 to $150. BAY
Ranging ,it is with tha stuffs, for these costumes;' House, Sign 'and! CarriagePainting ,

: .. A 'Selected. List of Bay Biscayne Pro erty.E' \! : l'i. plain effects! lead both in texture and 'Fire' mile eouth of Miami F

ifruit Tract* and Cheap Landsjfor\ I \"estment.j \i coloring. i : The oldest and largest hotel it ion

\;, . Fiost-Proof, Bearing) Orange Groves. 'I Silver: gravid! better adapted for call (|J the Bay Headquarter'
/7 No. Lands. Ing or carnage! toilettes l for the Biacayne Bay ,Yacht
l Phosphate "
.: i I 3ouBose t Club.
the furore fo| this shade! let ,

'Choice Property of E_ Every Description !, | i it for the shade of sour tailor.made. Its DaIly Steam etueth ,Connection ,1Ita Ham ' ,,;,J ;

: i MOST, ,DESIRABLE, LOCATION ;ON- JOTII THE EAST .AND: delicacy makts it out of place/upon the Decorative WallJFftper\ Hanging a r. Ratee, E .00 Per Day and Upward. 4
: : street. r / ialty. Graining, Hard-wood Finish- .Special Bates by the Week.
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l"7 WEST CqAS \\ Six and a b Ifto, seven yards of goods ing and KalsomiDjr. All work :
I, guaranteed. Best:;, of'references jm:PEACOCK & SON )
'Waddell are railed: for!by the prevailing modes t Proprietors, 'J x
(/ E. A-: I I will 'be given. *
in tailor and range.in
't- 'I gowns they price A'te.lD and utb 8t., .MIAMI FLA| COCOANUT GBOYE: ,-FLA. i,
i: martf-if. '1v. iaaii4 :E'Ia. i from,75 cents et.nrd> for plain cheviotor .,

; : ----rh ---- - serge to four!dollars and. sometimes.. I 7may97, iyhf.: : 1 t6rOpen" All the Year. 1.I' ".
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novelties:
1 more for

,, Coats will shd\v fewer loose shapes.

-' More.Close. J t<(oT-eswill! : life seen, and, Do\Yoll\ Know G Thing ? OF'COTJBSE10TJDOI' 1

x.,>' e.4iW according h A height! of the wenrer.' ia o> : -: ,,
will be from e ght to twelve inches below I *

E'f: : theytvaistare ,Some quite long ones Then yon usv>azf't SEEK FLORtD4Or yon'would-Bs BDZ. ,. :. '
,::,', shown, bu will not be generally Are yon ? .
\ GROWING OLD Of course. ; eo ABS 1VZ,, .,
,,'om.1 . But opt ao fast, because our KILt CUIIATX; eI

,Xo one' coloT nor/any one.shade of ,1Wilh its WABM,'sTJsaHixrDAT3!\ ; and_.LONG 0001.'\KIOHTS, "\ '.
I Makes LIFE WHAT IT OUGHT TO BE.i' .- ,, '. .
: an/ .color, .can| be I tmeft.that. von't I "* '; r .
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: \ be worn. Strictly(new color schemes '\'Do TOO: Love rLowER3, # its and vegetables? OEBXAurtif \*So do "8. ,

r'D l however, are m demand, and blues, '. Bur A HOME on the-EAST COAST, .' L ; 'I, l :

./ plums and purples cannot be classed WHEBE-JOU: \ aus8'roua o'f| ., ,"+ '
1; under this hen$, Black will be worn, ,With the LEAST LABOR and 8>; 'zicsg I : ". "'r,. fi'
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-; but more colors will :be seen. The :; ; . .. ,'"
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'I'r latest be browns Do yoa DISLIKE WIVTEB ? So do \V2- :- ., F ':' A'}... .. 'L' .
"hades/\-r.l1' *greens .Then COME:'TO FLORIDA ; we're HEBX To'gyAy. 'f /' ; r .' i '
and reds decidedly leaning toward the )Ve bard ffwnntiifal and I nAR B0iND. '
I'. suRF-BATHixd, SAHJSO ALL TBX !
garnets. | '
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< ARE YOU .interested: IN ua 1'"t. _j
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:4 Profit in Firm Implement 1* so, WE interested, m-you. : r' '+ r '\ '
A western main Is said to.have' Invented A, LUTE .to our ADDRESSAddree1 DRAWEE:"M" j r

ft a 'rnnth1iF! for: gatherlng. heading Will,'DO WOXDEBS.. I t A SAIST Acausnss,, FuJimLa1Jrt -'

.' and delivering sugar, beets m1ooonTveyances. lf \J- ;-- "
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: .. It wjus :devised at tlhe sug* "

'g. .,::0. \'jestion of the secretary$ of agriculture.It : ".

:Jl: gath.ers.the .bests from, four rows.,) The' Lemon 'CityJ1te1' > saoHN: T.o4R Y'i
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,t. .. ": . once. The machine 'will;cost tomanurlacture +
about '$3&, '''and will sell at SCObr ( ,:: "
'f' 'BADE COUNTY "FLA\ ATLANTIC; '
|70 delivered atjn distance. This.item I ON/THE COAST.A .

\pf, current agricultural flews ,suggests very pleaaant location, near the Depot."'I X Large, well-TenUlated .room* --.

{ SAFETY COMFORT.! .QUICK TIME tow RATES \thequesion as tojivhether\ the relative 'Grand View of Biscayne ,Bay.. .' ;.,
, cost I' and'pJ'ofit on ':other agricultural i i r .if.r: ...
:Finett Cuisine and Service. "*Ab.Transfer Between Jacksonville and New York Implements I fn.Ihis proportion, thatis and{Fishing. \ :Accessible to Ocean Beach:
: The Fleet i* composed of the following Handsome hew Steel Steamer. oJTabl =;
selling at double or more the cost ; and all the (Comforts of Home
: Comanche t Iroqnois 'Y Seminole. I ,
1t: (new)1 t Algonquin, 'Cherotoe, i t'prodnction..Toy'N'Y.: ( ).Times. t

j\ "Valise of G -DII. And naT. AT VERY MODERATE 1 '
\; '<\ .. ;..i: .NORTH-BOUND \ i PRICES.. .... ,J
11: / d' _. Vie Steamers to u11'according to the tide' : From recent_ experiments it appears T.- r .N
,.r-t"i.. From Jacksonvill' l lfc,: (calling. Charleston), Sundays,Tuesdays and Thursdays. that a, meadow w l1" yield about ,four A quiet, delightful place for families..' Write for terms, eta:,'to. ..
,.i. From Charleston 8.: C., J ''- - ,'.- 'Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday. much feedin-bull tfmadeinto' '
: i\ For hour.. of. saiUotxe. *"C1y4e.Lins". ,Schedule,pr.Jacksonville: and Charleston. dally, paper 'times+ as > ,MRSJ .JOHN T CAREY '
SOUTH-BOUND. ' .L .!hay as.it will if postured: But, as it,is ; 1
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.,+;.- r' t 'Steamers apptflotedto.\;salt from Pier 28, East River,Hew tork.at at 8 p.m, as follows: 'well_ known tnt ihe young, ,tender /ang27-tf g..S8.mo"I "A "LEMOK'CITY,.FLA,
; For Charleston S. c.,-; .) .. ; 1 t Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 'grass of :the olteri'Fr pped pasture is. _t .
.\; f oncckionyilte; FlactlUnf: at Ciiarleslont}, t. i;i Mondays Wednesdays. and Fridays more nutritious than the' older and

,. tougher hay,.it wai found by a careful' ;
\:,' Clyde New' England. and'Souther4: ; : Lines ()'t) .\ est that the advantage in nutrients, Tl1e"P1a.ntSysteml.1\ !

.\ ., v!. y "v CaI1ni M Ciarleilon, a.Cn. both wayi.W l digestibility and fr edam*from cost of : .

ix\\V.}, ..,.4 -% ,STEAMEES'"DELAWABE" :AND' **GEO.: ? .\W. CLYDE."' harvesting, h s.inl\an\; feeding of pasturedfields .T" Perfect' Passenger.Service.Reaching .. ;

i -."-'. .f V. '-1 .'ra' ,Are appointed sail as follows.;..\I f ," will nearly' balance' the .'
from loot of Hogan THTTRsnAYft Street. Jacksonville ;1'5 jf I lI'J'9m'Lewls.. Wharf Boston greater' ,
-\ FRIDAYS \
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"" : 1 .1 : \ ' '>, "" \" \'ery.high'p, iced. l bama'South Carolina,:Florida;: Cuba and : ; ;

CLYDE'S ST. JOHNSRIVER'' 'LINE 1
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:\o .: -!" ." \ "-' ".,e .- : (DE BARY LINE '1'' ->f : \. ;, I J
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:Mos"t: B plendid: : ; ':So"te1's':
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a "ieafSa f."d :Enterprise, ,JFJa.t Intermediate -l: \ 't ... -
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1J I \ :' \. Landings 'i"the St... .hrzf'-.Rl1,1e' ,.; : I', :1".1Sho'rtes : \
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ji.! ... ,.... <* ,CAPT. W.A. SHAW:, : I I. .." 4 ;
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-'I} .''..' '- } ._Ar appointed to sail fat follows;: : t ; TNorthern,PointsXEverett : J

t .. Jacksonville...-,.t'........,., ....Sundays,.Tuesdays,land Thondavs at S:30 p; nil : '
;Returning Leaves! Srt DIOrd.-. .....; ,\.:.....Uoudnys, Wedntsdays, ana Fridays at,9.OUa.:mfkneralfaswngtr Savannah, Ang usta; "Ga; Colombia .
.', Ji ,' Washington,' Baltimore {
I "80U.'. Read r' SCHEDULE 1: - . NORTf1-BOUND.4iead up Philadelphia,' New' York. ; \ <,

r ,-Le Eve .:. .., . ..uJACIirwNVtLL ." : .,_r Arrive ..eOO..1. Il. (Boston and the ,\ T/ c \ aL. /
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"_ :.'f,........:. ., P.latka ... '.. i. ..r.- . Leave 8 00 p. m. '; East\- : t. r
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: '..OIJOUN-D..j. ..-.;-.:,.;.;,...,.?e..,::....:+: ....Alltor.:? ? ,l. 1.. ...4..... .,. . ;: : i80p.m. Everett,., ilicon, Atlanta: :fhat aDoor"N..hTflle.
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'.' w4 ; ; : ..'rl''t' ... .-".. St..Fr.ncl. .J .t ''''i' y'' ; 100) p.m.- LoalsTille.CtnetnuaU and (.Chicago
..BeresfordWeLan ..
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.t.. -\.ih ro.s : 1200 n'n. Everett, Birmingham, lilly Springs, Memphis
r' : '.;" '-1'. ...',. ::,.\.Blue.. SaD Springs ord. ..,.f't',:.;...... .1"....... ".M. :, n. 0(0) R a. m.m. Ltttle Rock,,kansas'City,St..Louis. Cblia.fo .

'. ,.ArrLysB" }'.'..h'1-.""' .:.?..{.. .''.!......'_',H.:
,,Texas,..Meiico California and the Pact
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; and Tic'k.e\J1lc\ !, 2d4 } Street, Jacksonville.W. '" .
WtttWay. ftc CoaFt. | s a f'
EFFECTIVE (JAN ,231- .
.. H.,:WARBURTON. .* T.P. A., ,, W/H.:HENDERSON.:E| P. 'A. T..,Q. EOERrT; M.. Niw;YORK; EXFRE8t No. 3'3j;; Leave 1admu. 4
-r .5 .owujf oaitH, l'oaLt. s<""" : tti yule 8,1" a. in, with Tlironfch Pullman Sleepers ;: m i
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.. __ ... .1 '\.6 ; forfavannahColumbiaasbinetouBal .
F.M. .IRON.. ONaER. .... FLA. P. A. ,. JNO HPWARDIf'1... timore Philadelphia. New Xort and all Easternpoints. k -
Wi_\\' 5'.Say ?trees, .; ',rattseacruts.j': \ a-x'j cL' .' Connects for FvrnancUua. Return L -

.'" WM. Pt CCYDE, & CO, Gea'lJAKenta.'", :' :\ ;" Train NEwrYoax'FAST'MAiL.yo.87 reaches JackBonvilU No. 36,tt-25 Leave p. m.Jack; T '\ r I

I Bowline. : Green. Mew York.Clt7. 1* 80.. Deli AvePhiladelphia.: 17 U.Geo1aSouthern onvtlle8:00p.m daily for..me points north;
: : Carries Through 1Heeperl Jacksonville to >ew In the West Coast. Region of Florida. ..
\ork.'.'Return. No. & art vet Jacksonville 9:10 .'
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32, .
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Leaves acksonviUe 12 10 '
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and ,|lorida.'R'y.Rier l() 8.15 BUDda p. flSavannah3.49 Arrive Brunswick) (p.via,1 nu.Southern: CnlamMa.Ry.) Steamers (Plying, between Port Tampa, .Key West and =k

'l.39p.: :; Charlotte.11.40 p'tn.r Washington.P ,
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.45 tA'Baltlmore,11.06 a.in. Philadelphia Savana and between hiobiletand) Port Tampa. ,
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ni lee Route Points 1.18 p.in;' New,\ork, TMp.jn: No. 31 return I. ,
: $ ao> ;: ] to All l s, North :and West.t ( arrives Jack.onvUle,1.10' p,-ni,;, .Bt. Augustine, I B. w. WRENN, I..C. HcFADDEN, 1 -,
.. + 2.20 p:rn, iCINCISNATI f.Pass.. Traffic -. '' Aart Genl Paas.
-AM iACJI :JV1t.tt. Ko.% Leave .r Manager. Art'Sa43 !II llr
', Operating .the Celebratedr: ... < t Jacksonville 8:00 p.,'m.. vl* Everett,;Macon, ,:-" =a1a, C+a: '. "
,--Atlanta,ChattanoogaConueeta for LnnisVille F. M. JOLLY Divisiou plM@.ngerAReh: Jacksonville Fla. '
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'DIXIE FLYER and "".QUICKSTEP."" i Nashville, si Louis. Clileago and ill' Northernand ,
"". '. .. .. western: points. ;'Retul'oog'tr.lo, arrives. .
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\ '1t S 40 m'. : "
Jacksonville ; a. I *
''ti "'; '., :ROUTE Throngli PnfrrianSleep
; : :"Ttmej 'rGbblel OfcTo.' .; U chi,\,3d; eee. \> Ing AsHKVitLE C.r.service for Cineinuatl via Savannah, '
Columbia. Asheville, Hot Sprjues Knoxrllle, 'Mallory' teamshlp .' Lii
# ; .. through the celebrated Kountatn Country o) i ,
NORTH :
BOUND y. : J SOUTH BOUND North Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 8-00: p.m. \ :
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:J\\; Arrives Cincinnati : a. u.l Returning arrives
BZAD Dow( .,;' '. ;" ,1' ".BUD'11l'. .. '. J rt onvHle'v j(>a.w.i' " '
? STATIONS.
..:..J!. : tJ.t (1i.L&'T.s.Lco. .
i. I \ .. .Only line through.tbe beautiful hill.ponntrjof {f -_ J) ) ,i :
"OIXI "ouicI l t / l UIC iFLYE huddle lortda, Peu acoUJ and EscambuBay.
: 81 Eh. ,! '-" .\ olxlt1'r 8TER., ry' leave Jaeksoaville 1125 a.ni.by No. dally hT.

11 6& t x .?,rye; a 15 A,11 Leave..PALATYA.3rrive 8 43 air ._; ..... 933 p.-. TaU.hlllatej for Lake City j Lire ver Oak Junction Madison! Pensacola Montlcello, Mobile , KeyWest.Fl.a.DmJcrNawYork
... ....:. ... %i. ? .. .. .. .... 843' '
815 : : 9os! :. : ,.!L&i.eC't1.. in 04.-I G5, -;. .s- New Orleans and the southwest,Mexico. ,
.11,10.\ ;:..:,.":: t1Os_ ....._,.N.;..)aldosta,.:...;:..:..;:' 487 '. ..... ...";. 450 f California and the Pacific CoasC Carries Sleep .' 0
.rU;) 15.& II ..;.;i 'h It 3e A x Leav........ ..'.1Utoft..Arr1ve 310 ..;(...... S 15 P II.'ti era Return No.rtarriyesatJacksonvillb7:52 The_ magnificent steamers. ,of this_line ar{appointed tom leave >. t
1.A, u P II ........ .& lit Leav".f,. J..ACX80NVILI.&....ArrFT ''J so 4 A.::::::::- '; 00." lit a.'in- | '

I 112 i'.i.00'3 y. a.::::.:.::: 11S.. .;r... ::i..N....r.Tilton's:.:.: N. .. :.;: : :.: ;..??:.:.. :: ;;:';::.: .t 10. f.:'"' -Hawthorne Leaves ..Jacksonville8:25, Silver Spring Ocala a. tn., Gainesville for Starve,, Key West.. Every 'Saturday-- 1

425 .,.h.:... 4 sa ...........s...K.COD..t."' .. 11.13 x ..;.-<:.... 11 le A" Cedar Key Wildwood Leeaburg,- Tararea,
..;...... ;..:.... ..... ..... ......-.: ;.... ,..,;' ......:;. ...;; .,.". r. ....;;,....: ..;.,;. Apopka,Orlando. Lacooohce Dade City Plant '
815 :..;.... ._ 8 ao Le.T..AU.nt&.ArriTe '250 P'I .......... "1'1011' City, Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:53 p. m, arriving. in, NEW ;YORK! following !Tue dq. Berne and accommodation
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25 r..11 ;- : 115 : .-.Cb.ttanoog. ; : t 85. : .7,.: 108 \ ..atrietlytrstclaee. f ,
\1(641 ...:...... .40 A.rr1\'e.:. : .NASm'1LLE..Leave:9: fO :'11 ..;....... 1010 P )( Nashville Route-Through.Pal r lan _Sleep'ersYIII.'Enr 1.

: 1. r JI ........... '& )I Le.\'e.. .._.N..SHVILLE..Arrhe. 8 ..& ( ::: ::::' "i"riJi x. tt,Mscon, Atlanta Chattanooga. Prom 'YIAPG1arT JA _
Brunswick
4G L ..::. 143 Le.ve&T&.dHe : .. .Arrlve 210 Jacksonville Nashtllle to MIorkI
. !I W' : Leave ,8rOpt m- arrive ;
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1'2 p.x ''' .
7 23 \ ....;!... .. 12" Arrlv.:: .......St. Loul....:..r.! Le.ViP '8 M Ala ...::.'...... 2 M A. x 8:40 next p, m. I : $O :

1 :IO.r. .......... .1. 2 a x Leave........ AaHVILLE..,...Arrive :...... 8M.If: '-Leae'NashTUl.:9-00. e.tn.1 arrive Jacksontitle : ' i
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42 4S A ]I .. ....... It I p.x ........._.....EylD rtJle......_..,.,., r i. +.;: '-.-:"... .. 21 45a 840 next a.in. ,1'-- 'PASSENGER SERVICE, ,
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ats ..:..::. 185 __ .......TenrHAnN.... :..;..:... 124n'.a 8:15 ..m_Leaves Jacksonville. :for- Brnna Via Femandina F.' Everett' '
( C:A:P.Ry.) and Camber -- VI and Southern Kan
M p.)!_ :-....;..: 11" alArrie.:''h..CBIC.AaO... ...Leave t.a... : .,:...;;;. 7 M i xr wick't>7 tbe Cumberland. Rout. Steamer and land Route :' ;' 1 way. : __

.' '111\1 x 'r.. ...y '1064 ,Leave........ NAS iVILL=.......Arrire. 45 A a '.":"."" ? K'.14'OOa :Cumberland. 4-00 mLocal Sound.for Everett. Close i connection :- Lye Jac kson vine .1. ; ..... .. ...,.8 15 am L.'Jacktontine....,,......,............4 00 pmLT.
..... .. p-x JTive....,:._Li nlsville NLeaye,. tt55. .. ....,. :laG. tar ,.,i..... .,. ........1 30 p m ,
: :Brunswick. Shortest and quickestroute. : .: .2verttt L,;................. ........( 49
.4.7 05 A :...'.. .. 4 10 14nl\"e.....:..ClnrlDDati:......Le.n 11 00 P ). ...:_.:.. ;. II 00 a x , : Ar.B uuswiet..1.......... ....:..a5.80pm pmAr.BrunrartckU.
'tr f-Local:- for Tallahassee*nd Inter' Dally except Sunday.; / .... ...'._",..........'..,..7 80 pa ,
The "DIXIE TLTER" Is m solid train;between Falalka and'Macon, and operates through mediate poiMl.'c' '>. to .Passenger allowed on board for supper on .t I IJ ,> -
.Day Coach between Jacksonville and Atlanta, and also Pullman Buffet Sleepers between JaekOttvllle .9:40p. m.-for' Tampa and dutermediad'points. , 1 +PROPOSED{I SAILING '
end Nsthnile.local rffeDafi also local Sleeper between Palatka and.ilacoa.: Pascfif Pullman'sleepers.' Arrive Jacksonvllle740a LT.-New Tork:,pier 21S'K,'-.3Opm. (Standard Time n : -
ere caitTtmaln to until. 7 80 a. m., -- m. ..- i' ... ... V ...... . ) . ..... .. ...Brnnnrlck
Frld".Oct 1 : :, ,. ; BRAND& .
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QUICKSlEP" Pullman Buffet Jacksonvine Sashvflle. .4. N. H2 : Friday
operates 81 between : .1 i
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epera rlv- Through Sleepers for Cincinnati via Ashe 9.. .. . .. .. S'; *
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Friday.Oct. : ; /COLORADO .. .. ... Oct. .. }
Friday 1
e In, passenKera an opportunity eeeinf the Jamons"Fwrit: BELTM by daylight. ; alto carries. Tllle; leads Jacksonville at 8.0o 9.in. arrive ... . ..___-. ._i .t'-.t'.A.
: 'Wut INDIA Foes Uat tll5am; Friday, Ode 11> : ::::4.. ...a. :/RIO GRANDE|F. .. ..;.'..::.. ..FridayOtx.22 ,
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: : Asheville:45 p m- .rrlv..Cln'ID at1 Friday Oct.22 ..;. _._;;.,.... ...COLORADO. .._ F
For farther SebeduleIeps. Sleeping Reservations } : : FtldsyOct'28
informsUon .
: Car eta address Jacksonville For Macon,, 8 Atlanta:I5a. m.,two and8-oop trains.dally.SD: Leav Friday.Oet.29.' ,.......... ....: ..."...,',.... ..-RIO.. 'GRANDEJh... .1...t.r.'.,_.....Frlday; Kov.' 8k .
"" '. rt HUGH'H. RICRABDSON'Gen..Agt. Pullman all nlr trains.. i : ,* 1.. !
.. Sleepers: on .., ;. 1 .B W. 80UTHWICK,
.. tl:tl"Send for Best Indexed Township Map oi t ,
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.\L: :y .1 i JACKSONVILLE! ;FLA.jWM.CHECKLEY tloridato '.A1i<1De MacDOrlNELLj. : 1.-1 ,.::>Agt-: Mallory Line, Key :West,TIa.: "1

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8 THE MIAMI .. .: '
METROPOLIS APRIL 8 1898. .
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Mr. and Mrs. 6'. K. Win elaod, who I By .
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the 1 For Sale.
Coast,, .
have the winter: at Coooanut
spent
f; Washington house and lot near bay ...
Grove, were registered Wednesday i! Ladles"a d Children's.
:* evening at Hotel Conolly, en route I to, pur rl""B E.ALDRICH. ,"city. :
their home in Sioux City, Iowa and height
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A. G. Wheeler, manager of the bicy- ;Miami and 1 fFor'Sale.. . . . s r ,J{' -. .,. .
:. cle liveries of the Florida East: Coast publish ; I a ; ,
f Hotel System, has .entirely-recovered fKOPOLia, ) and other machinery.. i EAS"TER': ... yY '
week .
from.an illness that kept him confined | R.M. MCXBOE, '_ "
for hearly the entire season at St. Augustine. per. By { Cocoanut 3rove. '
lions at the .
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Messrs.Dunn .Matthews'l, | For Sale. I
,Jepsonand
Y Oxfords and SandalsAf
t'rbe '
bicycle, refrigerator i ide
of the Royal Palm office force,returned ]
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est but ..
\Y chair and house furniture.
t Wednesday morning from a visit to i '\' ;, '
fi : Key West, presumably to look-over the differences lots and buildings for sale, I "
war situation. The result! gIy.to Mrs. O. F. Davis II ,.
>' Mrs. G. II., Curry and daughter r difference/ ._ lapl-lt* \ ?-- '-- .-
Key West, came in ,on: Wednesday 9Qth'mer l \ \
For Sale.
morning and, comfortably locatedat '
Hotel Conolly. views" of "U.S. S. Maine," I.
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Manager H. W.'Merrill left on Tuesday -' n : 'in Key West harbor (be= \ SEWELLS1 SHOE STORED .
to take charge of the Crawford : ,four in Havana harbor (af
s House, at the foot of the White Moun-, ,1 : ) one >of Board of Inquiry
7 ; tains. ; for the summer. 1(1.( }. JS. Judge's, room, at Key- c lodl'C.1 v.ts mh -

i'' rt H. E;,Bemis, Esql:;,manager of Hotel 111 i : Address ,, ... ., D'
'Biscayne, wlllltue next week to tak / B.'MOFFAT,
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charge of\the :Mountain:. House: ,Lake. I t Key West, Fla.ForlS&1e '
Mohonk N.\Yv / 12 l =Rent ,DEALER IN
: + TitnsvilleyAdvocate: Mr. Gen/B. | or Walter
; Humph, Jr., returned to'Miami Saturday 13;, .,house, containing five I; Piekford ROTjaHandDRESSED

.last,after spending several days in ; hallway., Apply, to J. J: .
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I 14,1, ,cprner Avenue Dand 11th .
? town closing np his insurance/which .
' he turned over to Mr.p. S.ScJnuyler. lapl-8t ye'iIow n ,,
} Z. T. Merritt. our e 1cleo/.superintendent 15.1 Friday. : + Pine and: ,
+ of public instruction, was seen r : Boat Lost. t
+ on the streets 'Tuesday, having. returned 'The tides from the Buena Vista Dock C ypress s-. ; .
from several weeks' visit to rence with afternoon last, toward r ..
heights .
oa "
'" the northern'part.of.the."State,>nd parison of e ,'al; white dingey. Close ...
d principally-attending the State mating ,whether it is will disclose the name"Lucy ." -r LUMBERSpecial :0- F
"Tile time palbted'on- the rear end .
t of school superintendents at Jack ridian \Y.; a :
sonville. lie reports the best'attended less -rt 12 : l please send'information" to '.,

and most enthusiastic. ,. 'meeting'ever., : in givepthe the i f t'i .. ze :sawed to, order. Aka' "Frail" and' ;:YegeUbl Crate, > t". 1iot- .

3 t held. "' J.. a p.m. The { Wanted. prices before ion bay A trial order solicited-.- .l'' '.. .
Rev. Father Moore, '$: who has reckoned .- '.' ,
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been,the priest in charge of the..Cath. datum of properties the cities .
olio church in this city fur the pest two feet Survey..below Michigan, and Cincin angSO-tMf; ., COCOANUT. GROVE- ) ,?- FLA..- ,., f
.. months,'will leave for Tampa in about ;It i 'i for South: Florida property; "
i two weeks and FatherFontain will return -; : it)1 preferred. Address ..
< again from Palm Beach. Father To make : E. SJ AvChase',. !Saint.Lucie, "" GEORGE B4_BARKER <" f '
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Moore was-well beloved by his congregation represent 1 I : -It -r ; \

::4 t spoken of and his many excellent words sermons.praise are .;\1"apply I'f" Wanted.i Watchmaker and J eweler a+t\i:;"

.. :Mrs. Jas.:Owens! ''of. Planter, ,left ST .TIO at Mrs. R: W.. BOYer's, .. ', ttPcevovFlcz r
I if l of 13h street second door \
Muan,F- t"
BLILtxo ,
?i I for home on the City .of Key West Miami .*.. .Rates reasonable., : t
last '.with.Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. l > i Nova tf.hf. . A nil bue'o spectacles and.eye glasses always oa.hnd; .,,
s :Lieut.vWainwrightf-of the"ill-fated ? r rt Miami-to Cocoa. ..
X Ttli"and you have dry I I r .
"Maine, was registered at the ,Biscay : a -. .-. : ;
; ne on Wednesday, bavins'arrived t tasteIn your mouth just General Contractor
from Key West.. He left on Thursday Crabb\ Cocoa;Fla., for one t ;
; morning Washington' ," For r or a bottle of good whiskey '
t V y Mr.M. E.Lummus went up. to'HigliSprings door and :nteet you at the de E'red:R' U.tte'f\I \ ,BI'astl g.\\ bynamitd! ,:

on Sunday last, in response to w. W ::1P- 8 eh-2mo aVid \
T.l Fuse:
,Caps '
a telegram from pie brother, who was ,Boors; : :' ..,J :
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t}' For Cocoannt Gr ion. '.
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seriously'ill. He-returned on Tuesday furnished. ve. Always. hand.
; :night, the; invalid being. much ,im- llth street \Lake Worth leaves Cocoanu 'aidFMirh.fs '1 < : '!
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o'. proved. : { except .Sunday; a m.
COl. G.'I. Gaulden.a 'prominent attorneyofTitusvillewasinthecity -, Musical ..\Leaves Miami 11 a.tn. and '
last stringy at ; \Freight. and passenger( LOOK i iTh '
between
Wednesday: .|v . I R.' C.LRNItTI. r : --i
Judge P W. White, 'of Qulncy, arrived :;Saw.| \ i (n'* ,
at Miami last Tuesday night and just above :, ... I '
went'to Snake Creek this:week to continue and, $10., -Two nicely; furnished '
,' :improvements on .his fine prop-. j \ ; to Mrs. W. H.. Weath 1di Rocker
tid 1 erty there.' . side 13th street s
3 l'v Rev. ''Chadwick, chaplain of the Ill. LIS .. '
f |fated"Malper";; passed through Miami received.. in' TB :'HzTaoPouL .
Sunday., on hIS way Northward. . i| :
,Wi- D. Mendenhall. .Bloomeld, If""y oil'i $1,75L .
;i 'Fla., who .has been assisting Postmaster cash or SOCIETIES.. '.. \ "
duringthe winter, has re- -
; : : Erickson, "
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turned home: Mr. Mendenhall is.' a onA'eli & A: M.-BIseavne Bar Lode. o'> r, 'jf. and other bargalnst at ;
brother of Mrs.' Wafnef." 'He {made ad Awepted' Masons hold .
many'friends during bi.;' .stay in Sewing ( ,meetingj.on'fheifln't.: and '
'' Edwin JMsoift Furniture Store
Mondays in acb month In the
'Miami. / paired. lodge room over the-pwstwfflce, i , .
Mr.Frank.Parker,' fSt.Augustine, W. Eric occurs every meeting' nljth J t \ .

t it; brother'!: .of'Mr. O. B.Parker', is. in. the. street' .on attend.in good' itr.nct1n11U'e: r' -- :coidial' /_ J ti"n 1? -- MIAMLCORELL' :

city L. JAS. M.J.casox;jr.D.w.. Mr .
,- Mr...'an'd 'Mrs.. Gen, HY Curry, :;Miss exhibition !-. crethrr. :
lima Curry and Master Melvin Curry, samples i :S' t ,.
z ,off; Key W stare. stopping,at the terns. Ts OF !pYTIHAS.-Bar Bis-: ,
Conolly.. n, 1\\' e Lodge'"Xo,31meets every I
Mrs..McKillip and family, Miss LI1- '' (; &f eveuln in its bright new
{ lie and Miss. room over the postoffieThe
Albury DeJAney,0fKey: Ranks will be
cream ; ;Second and Third
ti .. tward guests at'the'Conolly House. dote Ant; second and
lunches "Liveryaftd
. nights of the ino"'b. $alolStable1.1th"street.near
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---=- -: parties ; : JAMES E. FAitxn.C.C.
Caret oi" Thanltsc .. .cber'i.;: i .K.of R,&; S, ,

The!,teachers and;: pupils of the .pub :You ca L'nrt' .
Dallas No.
lic school desire extend their thanks I for :( \ I. OO.' Lodge : > '
44, Independent Order of Odd Avenue :1 JD Miami. .
to all those who aided them in the en- i other : Fellows,meets every:Wednesday "" ,. .. '
.T a o'clock In the&ewGORDOS 'v M.\ i I *,
tertainmept for the of satisfied night at
given
purpose .Hors'and 3Ialea to letand ,
for \
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: over the post m'I-! : ialsvj\ 't
,. 'establishing_a circulating library; to me a ,, STARBIRD, N.0. : ;
A.WI '
; ,,' File Bred Horses a' syeedalty .\ | '
the''YET.BOPOLIs'Jor advertising;,tickets laundry I\\ B._BBOOUB, Seel _
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etc. to Mr Blackman and others '
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for the use of thee- 'tent and lights. I - Carriage Teaafs Bnggyr'Teais :
.{ Such encouragement is taken as an ., WJ\orkTeams.
of success in,this 'enterprjeek / ,: J
s earnest 30eD{ -Nt8.j "
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and' they hopeto see in the,near' future, : .,/ k \1 1.. .'t, \
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a good library for.the,Use.
t ? jj i :. THEJIDEALWill .
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"! "-'ITEMS.OF f.. INTEREST I J '' .. oontiuae, the sale of t1.: '-F-r'l."tmr' _,Grape e' Frmi:> ,l Peraian and. .

the bV bargains. Don't fail to e' e.S
TimesUnionand, Citizen : Many IiF Tabiti Lime Genoa' abdo
Florida .come and see good. T h '
-mills in South are running on qui; : BJ
full time to supply pineapple box ma- r / ,_ AT 'I, Lisbon ,: Lemon, Dancjv
terial. Oranges in the fall, early vegetables BEFORE YOU BUY I :> ; --', r Tangeribef' aart'STard
( ,in ,winter, pIneapples' in tbe ; : () : ,'

spring and' watermelons in'summer ,For we cnn save you mOD 7'.- ,"' .' -.,'. our_ : wn".tI.: Havel],Jaffa: ,
:to rise and remark that .
03 '
cause up Ladies to .
;come see ourMILLIERY. /
"all thine 0 .Florida.** i i : i Jaffa Bloods Blood
t seasons are. , : \ ; Ruby ,

- of Times-Union the world can and produce Clutch grapes r 2fo more,part : ,Door, >, . \ andFarson S | 'Brown Oranges ,


successfully than Florida There maybe i\ '. i Japan Plums and.
_' '"d' ( ,
x 'I! 'a great future. for ns in wt -makIng : i 8AltXRSjin, he latest style....i-/ ,.25 cent* saeTI3 ; .i

.' -The output' of wines of the.last { jLjj'Opposite [. Persimmons! ,: Grapes; Texas Umbrella] Australian: Silk, ,, ;
\ intage in California was no less-than =
". 81,000,000 gallons and large shipments .uoteleBiscayne MIAMI( Oak, and quantity.,of ornameataliflpwers !and shrubs to ...' :

are made from the Pacific coast to.England aim m brx-ln-g- this and .
: .. What California has done'In : -Li. : ,. suit climate- ; soil j\ Ci E.'| P.AV i S j ';
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tbi industry.Florida may do. ; I cornanut'CrovsFia.',
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