Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: April 15, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00605
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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VOL. 4---NO. 23.. t- ._ ':, MIAMI, DADE COUNT I ,. FLORIDA', (;SfefcSBft:) FRIDAY APRIL 15, !1898\ I i : PRICE 15 CENTS

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POSTOFFICE OBBDa \,LOCAL' 'ITEMS IN BRIEF. i PROTErrrioN f FOR Mill( War..News'onderised.; f I \Vh l TAMP!

.. : I I -Monday last' the president sent N1:1: BY t ..1
i Mr. T. N" Gautier Is up and as :well j, his long expected message. to congress.It ,
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ft, i' as usual agar n after a few days' sick "' are-- laid the situationplainly' before that! ,

/'One .thousand Dollars, Stolen from ness.! 1 j Fortifications'! Now Under Way on body ant it remained (or H to act. .1| Cominj'to; Miami as Wu;

the Miami omUDNOC1W'TOmItOBUUBAI'ut' \ 'D: oran One of Miami's enterprising I' Briciell'a Point. On Thursday last amid kremendoci : > Intended. I.11r&' '
x |merchants, has opened a branch. \-- applause, and attended by scenes' of j jt ". ;
-: store'at.Lemon' ; unparalleled excrement tbe
almost
: City., BAt TOY OF TOUR LARGE OUJfS TO BB: ( ,
WAS XJrOAOSD 70S HOC (
; housepassed a r resolution by 322,to 19 OX |
Supt. having a green PLACED: THKRE.
lIcDpnaJd.Is '
,.. CXTT OF KKT WJUT. '
:,, '" t BUXOJrUmm. : bousej 40x100,, feet erected on the lotwest',9 ,directing armed intervention; in Cuba I"
. : : the..swimming pool. A Lirje Fore: of lien. peed on the Work to secure a stable and independent, I r
: ,'I I Which Will nshed to Speedy Couple The imsr Walt 4 far Elm Seurat
b ; Th* Eobbw r,Oocarted .oA'QI:!U Inst Gad .DriiW.; pHBoney, left 09 Wednesday 1on-Wilbe! .'Beady In 'Two government.ment's jpresent Is govern! H rj t clift4tt'. .'fme-B W. '
independence, not recognized.
< -1 Took Hat. WbS1I''PostmaatsearaerGad morning for St. Louis.via1 Ocala. The Tims 1\I Prominent 'members'of' ba > Wbsu She L.1t X.7:WNI,
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Wc4ka' ,
congress
-_ Assistant rraskTlMoaWJfi; at doctoil has scoured a lucrative position I ; rx.p"s'td 110JIt.mi\ Am"', :
. opinion that this act, if con
in tba .
city; p'
, J,, Bn f.\-Gotlnto' I&fa. : i>) bas'secured United States Superintend nt, Robert curred In, by the senate, makes war, al': l-
I 8 ,Buflingame the
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Superintend Ranson arrived in the City last most inevitable. Resolutions reported mishap which caused Glens: '' ..

I f' .0 lAMipostolflceonthe .1ttonio'U ent 'Ranson keeper-on. the fortification for. workat night and is:a guest, of Hotel Miami. to the senate by a majority of the! com"1mlttee land at Tampa instead'of at \
'''. '\ I *' morning of Brickell's; ,, ' The purpose of Superintendent Ran- 'goes even further, declaring for ';s
ih point. son'd visit Is to I push to' { completion recognition and for the independenceof l ml route,is the'.safest' and .
_.ltheCthib8t.wts'robbed'
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Lteti Oommaader-Barnett; arrived Cuba x.
thd fortifications with the immediately. Dispatches
or'' { as the shortest, from Key, '
one here from Key Weston:the, 13th, leaving from !Madrid report; unofficially, a
,thousand;and' government Sbas !decided to erect fit mainland, and this is :
: fact
the next a1.rorWashlrigtun..p" C. Miami. : \ declaration of Saga ta'a cabinet to the r '
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He, commander! of the gun boat effect th'at any trespass upon absolute ,
,Thee fortifications will be located at .-r 1
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Ian in cool!Cc ,h.r '
'L, o -0.. ."Bates*' "i ,"The' Tripu '? one'and; one-half miles sovereignly of Spain *|n Cuba will be II DDc, Marix !came visa :, r
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.". . C. of the East Coast the river Point. promptly resented. 1 j | it
r ; below : on Brlckell'sj with the of
tjlprace t- 6 I route report the' ,
' Hotel System, passed through our city The will be of the most_ a bbstantial Flying squadron baa left HainptoaRoads '
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". otiCtOCk 'tan1. .work $f inquiry; :,
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'... ''"'. '- '' t ,40m KR7.:\!esjSjon Wednesday for St.August ; Its destination's believed to J< I
', ,, , ;:--- : aad' Wax 't' nature postiMe Tbe battery.will ; !( Wainwright, "of 't tJJl.: \
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Havana. hostilities
ne.4 .. consist, f font. which trill be It''is 'ef ed: !
.1 command
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-14.i %rr-the work of at least two men[ Entrance gups came thlsVay;and. U was
.M o Maude: Wagner, daughter ofRev.'addMrs.E.jV. the'bays, channel): and Norris Cut, will breakout witbJnt r e days],! Havana < L" make e
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,from the to the
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\ Blackman, has returned thus Is td be attacked by land and.seal
Miami
: 4 1.ter'l office was presumably effected by giving tq ample protection relations .: r-p Jnt,and would have s .
bome'after nut
Washington diplomatic
to her ; '
a pleas '
.f-'t : climbing overthe a hlgh'partition( which autvisito'Mlami. very i against possible privateers and torpedo yet severed, but Woodford and!Spanish for mishap; u :> \\ t.
: separates the'two. : One 'man could, -, 1 : \\ "v bo!t=" "nth .r vessels Minister expect recall momentarily. '| ( last;a' dispatch from Y;,
.t 1 hardly have done this unaided, hence ,Until lour farmers have'lbad' time too o the enemy,as may try to force Situation Is serious, and it is: DOW 'received. In'Key West say ".,,:
clear: grub large areas, caunot, an en trance.here, $ I all ides ,that war* is inevitable "'
; .. concluded\on\ Bern, with ConsulGen-
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I the that there were .1
presumption at '' ...
t ,least,two engaged inthe tbett be expected that staple crops, such as There will be'two. 10-inch gnn> and j, ,1\[ \ board, would sail at noon.

" -t During the winterPostmasier Waraer'i 'tobacco;;;sugar-cane; and cottou\ will be two Srinch guns and the fort will be 'The,L.tcsteWl iAt ; .Sampson,, of the late board :1'

'V J ,t"\ brother-in-law"Mr.; Mendenhall! !I.,' raised to any extent In Dade' county manned by a good artillery force.! 5 o'clock this.(Ff idav) afternoon] ;,at once reserved. stateroom. ,
y There ,is not. now, more land in cultivation ! The pork of construction will t I 1 .
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'Miami of ,
has been assisting him IQ.the postofflce the following special was received atTn : \\.teamer "City .1" '
than can b "profitably devoted employment to between fifty and sixty I for'Gen,Lee, and asked the '
and has slept at Mr. :Warnerfa.house"; MITSOFOLIS \ } :
: J, : \ 'Awhile air WarnVr! and: Mr. Pierce have to raising! vegetables for shipment. mechanics and will: be hurried as mach ; tbe'uitml' ofilce,: I 'I| the steamer toehold her'un-'{ ,.;

"'\.f" I slept at the postofflce., \\Qn" April lit Rev..J:JM. McGrath, ;rector; In'\'charge as possl le. The',clearing for the location .Sp-etal to \ Metropolis. i I ;Her regular tlmeJ;is 6 in ,

, : I ;lir.-Mendenhall returned to]' his home atTOrmond-on-tbe-Halifax: 'during, the .of the fortification- is .already!\under JiCKsojrvULi, FI..',April l& Tbe t-t : but, the:"l rn'. would :, -t1'
.: Bloomfield, Fla.' It had. been fata past'season' :,will conduct the services' way, The wprks will ,be 200 eet Senate occupied, the whole mornln- until 8 o' iock. The "Cit,' 1Io 1

" lot. '- custom .to come. to, the office early in and preach a'sermon In Trinity] Epis-: front on]?the bay: :and:, twUl.be| constructed and' a. portion of the afternoon 'I ":waited'.until' 8 o'cidck-

> ,the-,morning_' and ,remain while the'postmaster copal church Avenue B St. of 'lOxlO-incb' ; timbers. The Florida.East'.Coast speeches.. ,Ministers Woodford an* :: ? ru" had ;[Rot arrived. It

ar and ,){r."Plerce' Gent'. tot Sunday. ; 17*, tb inst.! .'a 11 a. m; \ : Railway's: two dredges! s'tijll ,Tbe adlminlstration 9 Q'cloctfuntll 10.until 11,- ,
,, breakfast ':3'0 *.*" < : -y ," ; ,' 14' I' have-been engaged to throw in the Palo, are' at their posts. 'I' at '' Idoight:when no.tfd" ; +

\ t the morning of the robbery: MrlWarner rOn ; 1 _= Death, of MrWEIW.;. Pick!or'I., necessary amount\ of, sand from the \|ls waiting, : t the Senate] ,, '*Fern"bad been received, ".:

.. .. .r; :1./ and Mr. Pierce went to,break* I Mr. W.tW. Pickford one of the best bed of the bay and thp works will, al The flying squadron 'has returned ttx'I'f'I'v! : !i out of the;Key West;,hr-: 11;

: T fast, together' for the Ant/time' since known and mostpopulatir citizens of berenderedpractically[ impregnable. Hampton':Ro ds. ', I : e on to Miami, without 7

f .. Mr., MendenhaU's, departure.' >'iThey; Dade conntydied at[his bonce bue milewest Within the next' day or two' 160,000 Spain' is :'trying to. get! European: : 1 Lboard'f'f| "'f '
feet of lumber, to be used in this work,
: ,were absent from the office only about of Cocoanut Grove on last.' 'naval I of the."Fe p'- was caused 'I
: -'I Mona will be received, In JMIaml. j I powers to intervene by aendingj I ee hi1leJtWhd
thirty.minutes. their refused [to
During, absence The news vf bis death dne8S ;,,; I
the om e'was entered, probably in the to the hearts of his large, number of It is a :source of gratification, tat demonstrations, against the United, ; n until the"Olivette" and .'

; wanner described above, and:the sum friends throughout this .section! Mr.Pickford's' thjs protection' to be given U8,|Ii as States but_ 'England refuses .tblaislsj: , : '!,badon board every'Arner-

;f ," of one thousand. dollars ,was 'stolen ' jillness which: was of about Miami .should' it- :be( |made"a) base' ) of and Germany| too refuses. Itiis1 1, believed to leave Havana. The
" : be made '
supplies will a point of attack
from the safe., The combination of the ten days: duration,contracted ![while it will end in a fizzle.; Austria I was therefore delayed.
: 'e was pn, but it is ciaimed that; that' on a,cruise. .Ito| the Keys., He returned: : by the enemY'J.1| : i is backing this more.JicxeoxvuLz. ; j I .' : unties: 0 o'clock in the ,fi '
In addition,to this, we-will probably i :
' kes no "difference with an expert' borne feeling quite unwell and. Dr..: .. ; :was therefore nearly day, : .
-ho have a, gun boat! or two and one jor Mxiko> btbl 'the United States fleet -
;by delicate sense
pl' .hearing, can Skagg1,::was called In., He appeared : .. .', r : \ .
, ... r' asily work almost'any combination in> for a few. days to improve, but suddenly .! more torpedo boats located In'* the f r )" West. The Miami steam-
41 'i > shorttime.sThe tbieveidid'not" bay. -r./1 i \I How to Look Good. j ,'departed|and there was
,. y. : : grew: Worse, until Mondarlast. when I \ Good looks are really more than skin, \ : ,
', disturb the stamp .drawer: nor':,. the; suffering was ended by death. Mr. A New,Paper." \: deep; depending. entirely on' a healthy, l [for General Leland his

money drawer'in which there were Pickford'was,.S3 years,\jof age, and wasa "Our of condition of the vital organsJ1,1 It the m&OI..beWpaptr,, ,
: SunnjrLand'Ms.the name [
a '
l : cash and! registered letters" 'amotintingoabotttlSOO. ,; : man of many fine traits of character. ; liver be inactive, 10a)1&Te',I bilious ., to ,do. but to proceed
which is to'make -
.. new paper son its look if. ':stomach ,be disordered
; Jour which they did on :
He beldin ; Sunday
the
\\0 was : highest esteem .by .
in Miami r'the
I. appearance ,upd guid- yon have a dyspeptic look; if your: kidneys
| TheIovernment has ,detectives all him t : Is why he ailed to come
\ en who knew and the entire jcommnnity dance of Mr.Gardner newspaper man be;affected you ha veal pinched '
. I Euilty on the case and.it: Is hoped the ,'feels',that in!; his death a sad of experience and'ability* and well and look.* Secure good health and'you' will f.t. f. Vj4';\
parties may soon'be located and. loss'has been, 'sustained. The funeral, known surely have good looks. "Electric, Bitters ; Havana as' 'the {'Fern '
In this section] We
favorably is good alterative and tonic actsdirectly fort :
fecovered.PuUbfl'er's. ; ; beading the sear,
TuesdAyllast\ open
money took
place the
.; and re favor
.. wish the new aspirant for public on the stomach, liver;add kidneys
tottf tf.- V, mains were- ,Interred |jn Cocoa Plum! : abundant success,'land 'extend'It oclr ; purifies the blood; cures pimples hear the Maine. wreck. 'The

1 V 'NoUca.Heretoforeit . : cemeteryr,"south'',of;,. Cocoanuf: Grove" right hand with'a welcome and gooo blotches and... boils; and gives] a good ecJr:, had! been 'laughing and'
: complexion. Every bottle guaranteed.Sold $ID their satisfaction.
' Mrs. Pickford,has the of J'
I sympathy a in( the '
has been the Custom : fellowship Britten, palm. t <- at .Townley: Bros.') drugstore. Havana. With one accord '. V
,
large number of friends in_ d be .
her If f r f I 1
fi r THK 'METROPOLIS to collect its advertjslng I Fifty cents ab6ttle., 7Janieo6wlT \ .
J.10. 'reavement.C', 1\ -\ $ \ Discovered by. a Woman. .j doffed;,hls..bat!\1 in salute to
I : \ accounts' quarterly), but,, in },' I I Another discovery baa been made'' ....Robbed"the Gravel!I dead, while. silence. fell 00\\ ;

.. ::: future,bills will be rendered .monthly. '. .A. Good'| Commission House \; and that, too, by a lady in this country! ,0tartliog' la iJentof which Mr. John ;apace :of several niluotes.i\
: "ibis is necessary to the business'interests "Dise fastened its clutehea her Oliver the '
-' In TEC METROPOLIS se upon Philadelphia was subject / being! ,, oa. board the I V.
: "' Elsewhere : ,appears and she withstood \ la narrated him ,in \
: of the ''paper; the running ..expenses for seven years its ae- by aa follows'rl WM '' .
. '' of'Which are spot cash. the _.advertisemept 'of; .)le.s. rs'; vereet tests) but her vital organs were a moet dreadful condition. .My skin_was ,that boat'i target': for
? ;' 4 ..' Barbot ,&,. ,8t'Jk.| commission merchants undermined and death,seemed imminent.'i yellow eye sunken, tongue coated pain hiuea'groan3, cat-calls'and' .. '" ,
1 I f fT- "'I __ : of; Xew-'.Orleans. The editor For three months she coughed incessant'' opntinnally' in back and sides; no appetite the crowds on sbofe. .!

,.. ,;, \'A lame quantity of pineapples, .have-, has bad' 'dealings; ,with'( them andj is 11in4'could a way;not.sleep.'She to recovery purchasing finally discovered day, gradually. Three physklana growing weaker given|'Id{W iy up.by ; dZ 'DACLSOWr. .

; been .passing through this'port from ; glad' to recommend them as ,berg of ns a bottle of Dr..King> New Diacov Fortunately a friend advised trj log'EJeoI ? Yankee. Satan t"was. among
;' the Florida keys during the \'tektr : prompt, and thoroughly; reliable '\Iii '''err'for consumption, and ]"U 10 much I trio Bitters'snd: to''my"'great joy' and st expressions used. .This 'Ji"
'; I" Lane & Coot t New,York, .being the : every way. 'They solicit,-shipments 'of relieved on taking the 'first does that she surprise the first,bottle made a decided everyone on board ai' ;I
'. |t slept &11 eight; and with ttf bottle hut improvement I continued their DIe for
:" , .pcrchazers of ,, the largest portion. I I'f I produce from} this. .section and are I,t been absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs, three weeks andam now awell man. I : : V .Conlal Springer, why
Mteera.Cbase &; Hamey secured., O particularly! desirous ,of\having tomestoes -j I Luther Lotz.' Thus, write W. C. Ham know they saved my life add robbed the on the Island thirty years, .-
' test which they -forwarded. 0 their eggpiants|'limes 'and pineapples.! Uick, & Co., of Shelby;N. C. 'Trfalbot. grave of another victim." 'No one should hand''to.a particularly abu-i
commission l houses In different. cities_ The New Orleans,market,will: be foe ties free at Townley ,Bros/ drpgstore.VBrgular fail to try them. Only CO cents per bottle ,say ing in tones loud enough 'I
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NCrth.; a r, to be ODe oftlie beat... ; ) size 60o..and" $1.00.! Every bot-' at Townley &0..' drug store- :, hear: "Walt, wait, mIl,

.- 'i/ ?; t. : : ,_, -. !,' I tie guaranteed... .. f" .Ii a ac Sa..1..M.ay 14jweoew_ .1y ', I :: shall all. bE, back,.. soon."

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;'SUFIOGGECO IN TILE, NAVY. To Be Seen PLACES in. and OF About iNTEREST.Mlunf and Btacayn.Bay. FiiRE .FIREl..F' :RE.LOOK. I ( '

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: \lAboliflhed by Congress Many '. j V &111f'.. / to : OUT t ',j '
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\ Years Ago. l\luJC. Taqll"III:ainl SiuiiKli Mackerel Fishing. 10 t .
Itt Ktr."loUhe: Miami.. . . ... . .. .-... .. "4 1)nn't set frlRbtened. Thin i* simply. a I ,:r *
lht.Flnrlrla; Kvirplttlrs.1. . . .' ... .. ..,i. 4 ; insurance on four buildings; Stookv: Household timely reminder to plat toms -1l
fit- .la.t't8"0.' 5.ctninole Itidhiii' (' I . Furniture, ete J
Is Still am of'the llrltlafc | 0 Place
your Insurance io the
4'f .7-I'anlahweat.'rhat Tui> ruiu-ti: lunU, .II'\r.\ JI ::::.::.-:::: :.:: :: 'i t I. it' I f h i :::
\r I x. ( HKFliiridniihiltbe-cjlU LIstit... ... ...... S British America "
., I, Ma y He/Inflicted. I/pen Fawrl'Uw-k.ilJtlit... ....... .. . .. ... ,:. , Western .or Imperial Tnsuran. eIfPo. ,
; I' .. Tin-Fl.ri.li Ktvf . .., .. .. '. .-....__ 13 I j ,
I ;; .Jef..or T r "+r p "1'l FKlllllR' I... 13 \ W. M. '
1 tl' ;'t;ht:lord hrdeur.::: .:,;: :..-:: :::::::: :::: :D onirc over" FEArHE AGENT, Jr'-.i', 1' f
.. . . . Grcu'errebrll\ Lilt! street C
!I It seems that, after all, the ancient BearCut. .I. .. Fagrr'a I fe and Avenue: D. : MIA t t
.1 . :
Xftrrls Cut \. 1 I
:svsteln of/c/iscipliuing by- Hopping is Oa sar'aR+wktdrerk.I .... .

institution; of the British navy, tlllat'x lie) I.argn hcy, .' \ i:'"':::: : :::::-::: : : . ..1 ; h ;

,tough )t lira fallen Into more or Jets TU.- Hunting; (;romi : '. It interest Americans MunFilfr'.Htr! :.Jr?. 2 Bank- .1
. may Llllht Kiver.r \\.t ... ,A/ . 6ArchCnrk of y.niscaY# .
1"IIithat, tjiis brutal ort of dislioc .. U.<:... ....:L.,.... IS Bay ,
was abolished in the United Ni.tur:11 Bridges J. ... ... ... ... .... ..... .._ . 115
C.wuanlltllrore4 .:L. .. .. 5
) States navy as late as 1$73.and was done IUAIlCit).. ..I ." S
thVn by'ad. of.cungreii. ('II.I.L1'I.tt.. . '; V ) : f: a
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then this act was passed heard an Thu Royal I'itlmV, .L. H '
did naval officer retired, and of the old ,The GiHut lamlMX. . . ',1.1.: .:-...... 5 MIAMI! FLORIDA. ; !' ;
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tr.\ say:, "TheserrWjsg'omptothe wild jjirnnrotet.. ,. .,?.. i.,. 2 '
'ti+46sir.. In my time the crew was Bakrr'i* HauloVt-h'. :.. ..i..i .:. 16 ItookpoiArYD UNDER! Tiff Laws or U>._ //-.1( J
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Shake Crwk..r. ..
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to', prayers as regularly as tomains the erwtxiiie l'uld, ......!. -. w . : ,
every Sunday, and the eat (t' nine ; Kouseof llcfuneu. .-...:\... ...- 10 : : Conducts a' General
' lay alongside of the ftibl the Indian Creek JIIK! Oyster I HH.\| ,\ 10 W AI. M. BROWN. I 1' t Bankirg ,
tails on
i ('apstnn. sir!" The Fort OKI Dates KuiiKtourthf. U!! Miami...- ... ;. t Pnssoeur. : Business, Issues Drafts ont| AU _.,..

l' : ;As Minerva-prong full armed "from I A.th Cruise" Keyn vii .the'Buy v of Floi. '-iila.and Among R. R. MoOOR'MICI(, Parts of the 'V or1d. dounts.4t! .

i the head of Jove," so American navy IT Florida (iuIitream.; ... ..... VlCa-P hloENT. -Solicited and \.dicon.! ,
from the British Stout Hour S\i1I4.th BUutJiH Banks... Every .
sprang navy, aud.'unik4 !
CHARLES'H.
f. } ; 1be'sutiot1a.thf'IHt.1urnet.lal'Oundam. 1\\ . GARTH SIDE. I sistent With Conservative'fng Bank: H
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Notice: for CAIH"II
; Publication. ;
.. "licked the-stutfin" out of her pro Extended. c-
\ genitor. Nevertheless, the United LAND OFFICE AT ( ALVesvILLaFtl., f -

States navy,preserved for a long time Notice is- htreb o'rp'fllarJ! ISSlt. 1 jCOREZPQN'aENT3 : ,'- :
: I ;; Kireu that the followinguainoj '
: the traditions of the British }
[ navyancns I settler) has tiled notice of his intention : )
. : late as 18$S "pike drill" was (parried to make coraratit ttoa proof In support of his '
Seaboard National Bank II'N
I out |religiously abo American .men-, :claim and: that III lit proof will l>* made before \v YOlk; a ; ;

1 f of-war act'prdinpr to the formula that ,i Tun. B. Kellly. L'niied( St.ttos fonimlf itlouer'at- at'.l Bank'of Jacksonville, Jacksonvillel

made' it effective for .the repelling of Miami,Fla.On April UIIJS.'Iz! :James Nugent, \ 1 :

t : boarders In the days of Radney. The i 01.Lemo| City, Florid, homentead S4S&T for FOREIGN CORRESPONDENTM//( ; .,
i the southeast quii}!eof northwest quarter, .
{ $.'_ steetpointed pikes were kept in racks Knauth,. Nachodl and Kuhne _
New :
York. '
: --ast halt of ion tli went quarter and northwest ;
berth and
on, the deck given all the care '
f was given to the rifles( of the ma. -! quarter of ioutbfastquarteG of section 9,town. -. Jfi : i
abip 52 south 12 -
; t sistants.rinesj! by the ship's armorer and'his ns lit names the range fo lowing eas witnesses prove Elegant ]Iron Vault and Burglar-Proof Safe With Triple DeUS1on.TtmeLo.ck'I' j

eoutlnuoiiis residence and cultivationof
( *Bn : a change came one ,day. The said laud, viz I\ upon ; 'of Most :l
1 ; : ;: 1.1 -.*. the Imnroped Yale.: j r j
1 useless pike drill had been abandoned Charles F. Seibol ''
'in the'British-navy long before, and it Adam C. RI..bardtnf Cocvaant Grove, fit. .
soon '\jwcnt out of the American nary Fred 8::MorseC )J'larol, Fl*. 1

4 upon the building ,of the new ships John Polacki, of Miami, Fla. CHASE & BARNEY r

Grog Was abolished in the United States llmar.JSapi. \I I:: J. M. BARCO-, Re. >Stster.'I .; ,: 4

navy \while i the civil war was fit prog; -

: ress'and flogging 1850, but both of Notice for Publication. :\ .IN5URA'NCErl": i

: thesejdlversions'the cause and effect L4XDOFFtcsATIGAINSIVILLE

are still maintained in the British navy :. March: 21, Matt.L4"1 i \t'\ :Packers andForwarders '! J

Both ,ire remnants' of the days when Notice Is hereby given that the \ of -II

: "DresS& J'Ansrs" nela1----- tn-- sham. __ .hnnt____v the, named settler has Died,notice of hit Intention following.tix 11 .'
---t--C- rt towns'kidnapping aUable make final proof in support of his claim, and Vegetables and Trop'icalFnuits :

: : youths to serve, his majesty i that said grout' \\'t111& made ..beforeJnn.. J
i on the high seas. In those timesflogging.was ''I. B. Rellly, U. S. Coma>l3sloher'at Miami Fla., ;

a necfssity and tricing uFan on M.y 7, 1898,viz: Edmund F. Knowlea, Sr. Dealers'in. Fertilizers ..andCrate Materials [ -1

.Fy 1f eceydayoecurrenee.: ''II of Lcuion City, Fla:, homestead.8K for life \ .
'
Those northwest quarter ot southeast quarter of Sec OFFICE II! PACKINGBOUSE
were the days of the gentle I :.
k lion 23'Townshlp 52 South Konge 41 East. '
and '' i
of ;
.joyous system '
: "keelhauling', He names the follow bin witnesses to prove his Over-Bank of Bay' Biacayne: Oppoait RaUway .Freigltt ".
.vhen.atrfrfractpry sailor: was lowered eoptlnutius residence! upon and cultivation of : f.pot'J "i
\ .1-ly-if.
,
"r .
aver the bows \
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of a ship with thr ropes; 4aidIandvU; : J, t

.: attat'h him. One led :ift-under, the Stephen N. An<1rewi ,\;ot L\mo City, Fla. 7-- -
1 kFel an served as guys to keep the James J: Uubel,of Lemon City, Fla.EdmUlJd ( :j
.
'
i manin, proper place. ne"'u then F. MoflHtt.of Lemon City Fla. .' ...i., : ,
i I :; auled. $shed np from the stern, Edmaud F. nowluIJr";' .,of Lemon City, Fla. -4. Y

-ii. : 1 i : : ,thebarl'lto on the ship's bottom hav- lapt-Cmay .J. W: BAECO.. Register: J"1

j- 'hug cut! .cruelly In transit. Ue wasjeneral \11 < I ; '.e.4

,1.t.. when'he appeared over .J, BAHRENBURG BRO.& CO... t s .;,
; \ the } If hewas not he was sent WHOLESALE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS r
: .
J; .
K. ; or ward!to his duty. . ,108'ylurrayllreet. \11\Sew YORK- Crrr.EtitablUhed ja

.- \ .In they! American navy keelhauling 28''f'I4l'S. -Kp-edal8ttentlun paid .. : 1i
1 i, \ way nee n ranch in favor but substi- to Southern Fruits and .Vegetables.' ,-SteuclUt 'r
\ : and cards_ oo.api'lic-ttloii,to .
\ fumes were found for it, Midshipsman r
:)- -PRICE WILLIAMS,
Jpencerwas; an 'officer on American 1/ ,
lJuu-4iiMt-l I1(} Miami; RHldent' entoi trt -
r man-of-war Soroers in J!\ 2, and wasried I ; u{-,,- -v1 1 11p5 111j

\ ; : tad r convicted; onward that 'hi p' BERRY&SPROSON., '
for inciting thai ?remr to -mutiny.. Iii 9' WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS iw.

\ atEer;.Was secretary_of.war, butCapt. U .Ioek Street, !PHI4tPEJ.PHtA' .. ",
rfackenzi4 hanged;bim at the yardarm Southern Fruits amt A'fpotablM; specialty : ; $
: : his officer< swordsalorigsid Itebrenonr IBVIXONATIOMAU BAXK.: PWla.Iflplila. t
standiivg--yvithdrawn : .
Dtx': & BBinsmEETs. Agency. ,
..obe men tpled off to pull .D the ants and stencils on application to ,, --, .,'" .. 'i.
a: rope,,whlyp; strung'the young man; up. H. PRICE WILLIAMS. < -
\, ready to Out down the:man that refused I l4jahtmoliino.. Miami Resident Agent. .. .. : ";.:';" ,- -i' ., ,

r _to, 'pulL A boat8wa n's mate and 'p Jt j

sailor were hanged,along with Spencer. tit UEPARTlIENT J ''- GRICrLTfRR'
:
't When;tbf SomersarrivetUjacltin: 1

Yorlc'iharbpr, a brother tot ,Secretor i .r. : .: :

I ; ( ; Spencer ohaljenged papt."Mackenzie. : G Weather Bureau.. Monthly Meteorolog- ',
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a duel, 'which was fought, and resultedtf - 11 -

i ; .[ : Jfackeriije Wilinghis man. :; Nowdu3athing a'A. .ical-Summary.\ ., ,;.. '"'

are_different. .
It' takes] a good 'man to 1>e even an .Taken. at Jupiter,Dade County' ,-Florid, for the, THIS SPA C =r. A .,

f enlisted .man/in the United States navy Month of March! 1891. -

now-; aDd.ap.oftlce: : | who cannot maintain ,-U .

[ -the strictest kind of discipline : 1 MIA s atmospheric I Reserved for: .' -
TEMPEJ5
; !' & pressure, X15.
1 without-resorting to cruel punishments rilTfEl'y i.: irbeU' pressure!,
I generahj'!has' the felicity of,facing-a ;: I : : ..30.28.) -
: ; t TIMETABLE*
: rl'13n.e I ; ::: Lowest pressure.M.SJ.Mean NEW
court ofJn9'I'Y"! ,,which is"the steppipg-. =-1 k" : ? \4. cA: .
stone to'a'court-martial.- "j]' 1.5 '.2 Uigbett temperature '
; a 0 79: dale. 24.. .
; Bowman H-McCalla; in--hJs' neteoric : r j Lowest 'temperature, .. OF' .
.
career; as Cij.p1ain of the Enterprise' 1'6714757 : leaf 47 date.1. _
:
: Pt. Cl l
2:73,536:1
T range "
Greatest daily \
found) this out ,,'be "he back .
-: : came from !S 74 6*PS : .dlCtoudr! of temperature,20:date,
\ his European: -cruise to face, a storm ol 4.786670'.Pt.'' : . ccy t FLORIDA EAST> COAST -
: Less )
5 6SI49 58 Pt.crr l "
daily range t> '
pn.blic indtgnVtionand t.the sentence of a 6'7260|; 6ftSltejW'GU r ?. Ptici'y .tcniperatore,3.date,.1? . +
' it1t
court-martiat In some branches the '; 2.28.Wfr.,Cloudy Mean temperature for ,
Cl'y tbis month lor 11 years RAILWAY .
naval service,! such asthecoastsurveyrtift'osly 9 74153,08to .03 Clear 69. : 74. .
\I'l
.discipline method in general 'w co6;; ....!pr.Cl', Average excessf ) -'
It lI(6'J 72 ,02 Clear-
:is ajihreat of 'dismissal.from daily' mean tempera- I.
practice I2,77c973; ,| T'Ft.C1 I tore during month,1. J1i'
:
tbe/serrice. Jtist.as an employer would 13 74n 72 .... Clear Prevailing direction '
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....
t4TJi668! ; Pt.Cly Of wind.east. -
dismiss aji'in'conrpetent' or. .. -C.- ,
refractory ;
15173! t45'69 ; :- 1"I4ar Total movement of ,
t\ [; employe. pent ** 16"a/\jn.l'i'jt:71i2: ., ..J.rt.Cl'y Clear wind Mazltnumvelocity;8O'nmlles.i of. : ) ." ;
t Under the law a commanding .
t8'j61! ,70. JClear!' wind i direction and r -
officer can:inflict following 111.76110173 ..,,Clear
upon a sailortthe i' date.84 mile., from. tbe
,
,
punishinentst Solitary'confinement :2077 71174: cleat South,on tne!d. ,
; Clear
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2l-7747oi74 ,
nt.'to i exceed Hendaysr so'dierl'eonfinemen :-.l'7'-1'I,7-\,, ,. .Clear 3.26 Total inchtrSumberof precipitation/ 'I
2378G9,74\ ... !(Clear .' .
with'r4
# ; days i.
: : ; on .bread and water not to .
79.:1'1: Cleat .01 inch more of < .'.
or ,;precipltttion
exceed ,seyenj\ aysj extra> duty. -dis-. :357ae8'7S! . '1'Clear 7. ' .. .. : .- .

'\arge. rydtocnon of rating loss of pay }?; S7C9'73L'l7PtcVyJPt.Cl'3;,; ? Average thlstmontb precipitation for :' ".' .. '. '- .. . -, '",.. ;,,L:t 'r. .
for 11 .
x 1! : 'I; \conlQ amen' .In irons. But'he' can. x.76,6.50 29:6,70,75, :; : : _65.j Pt.cry year.:,46 inches. :' _,:.' '- :- ., : -1J . -, : '_ .! .' "tt.f-; :;' ::; (, :-. -
not"put/a1 sin Total deficiency pn ,. : f <
confinement ;
: ,
: man solitary .Jt:
-- J '
i \ Water\ saic'vojn ._:'Cieur3I7S6471U. 'cipitatioa" daring the ... :,kt ', :.. ,'..-. - ..1 ": .\ :h--!( F." . : 'o.; i on bread and }ndinirons-also I iPt.Cl' ". .. ,, :I .. .... .
.
) month 4.03 lachea. ':r ....:.-'7+ - :".>>:-; ..:-\i,;.!....- .. . "" : :>.'-' : ." ::' -
:
.1'
'A-.s .mmaryj! courtrmartfal put"am :; jt( "' $:" n ..;: "
i can .
Nnmberofcneardayt.lS, Partlrcloudydaye, : .:: """ ;;f .:, tt z.: l. .ft.: 1..r.:; ;
2. .
on Solitary jconfliiement for 30 day 13. Cloudy days I ,_ : .'. ; 'SJi ; & ,
: orvgive'hwn'' any of' uSt penalties which. Datesct' fromtbght XV.t.1 .beaT Csoxi,0"ti11ing Ob5errer.-.y.:0. .'- f1!Ir.r:""{ :: :. L - \ : 't :: j foy.-I. ; ; ::': "

; the captain is competent to Inflict; rN.*.-.-The above report represents PProx- ., _.-....."'- .".: -- ".'... ... '" J;. : ;,1 'ftiiP' : .
: JllamJUJupiter :: '1'r..- -' ;-- ..Jr-; ; --' ,
To the power pf a general court-mar- Imately the weather ccnditlopii at : \ ;5 !" iDi- .. ';. '
Is 8. mile north of Miami l lathe winter I """ ,. i,1'i'. : ; f ,', .. f:. .
." .. : ,' .. <<
v Val there is no;,l mit,jeicept brats: man tbe temperature averages a trifle warmer at -r-" :>".1 "":UJ-x'!c''J I."iJsi"i I.- ' :;;- .J.. . .rg- ":>.J t:..- '- "tit--
be seVtenceq.-'to,.be ''flogged, Miami than.at Jupiter, and itktbe summers '.l J"t it ( -.# ..:>=' :: ; > ; i. if-J: : 1 1'i1ff-i' -_ : :--,
i .j; : . .. .
: ..
branded taipoed. trine cooler. It is our'nearest Weather Bureau ::>; .t. 'j """ ",-. ," ,,, -_ .. & fti. ,.
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or A. general'eourtlmartial --.nl. '" '. _ .
--i. : > ; .: .
i statlou.1 ; ,. : ::; f : ,-
< .l f.- : .. , "I""
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sl.st1 'frS :' -< " ;
1a.. himNYPress can. hang..a sailor;but'can't floe, : :__-T .., .r }j:1-7: ; jJr* : i:';c 5.;; :;;-:: '.: ---J r7.?: :t Q: !:" '_ -': ... / .
I i .0 1' 11"t;: -10 ; -
\ 'Y01B well- } .. .
*. CoaISPOSDENCE-R5e: "
; ; The best :Job (P4intingdone on'the; : printed Stationery. Getlt reasonable; ( - :;.{" ?!I!: f. ,' :Yf., ;{. ';'f _:t : \ !'"::3k-j:: .:B! :: :7 .

; east coast is executed at the Hroiopous bue get it Rood .Get ft at the)Lzr&oIP' 1.. <, .:, -, J.f P, '. ,"L2" : -;,:'. '-.-.... pfe '
> frSfr-/
otflc. Don''.you tiiiol 10 f U 'I ou office.1 '*. ,tt. ;, : ";- ',> ". : < .: : : :
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} 'lmt MIAMI METROPOLIS APRIL : 8 e; s '' \ ,8 r

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I .A HIGH 1 'GRADE' ;; ;, '. : '
\\ : on.the ,ground covered with heavywrapppings .. :A, farm' r with fourteen_ jean experience ",'
i of straw ands| plattinr ,.' v ,In planting upland ric: 'irr

,' EERTILIZER \ asking myself wby not ,-
1 amp can we Florida, one told the.Vwriter t be :.
; \ WE MUST lH SOME WAY SHIELD learn from the 'bow '
Japanese) :to protect preferred medium poor land; tbaL hia'
.
.; a Must have \ : .THE TREES\I FROM COLD oar trees?. \|, I "' best land produced too much straw,and'

,} . . '. .., : : : : WINDS. /It is useless to think,of'\zany! ystii7qf; too little rice, while':Ion, the. mcdldaVland : .

..R'rP' J ll\ culture, or treatment,.tbit here-with the yield of grain was be&\ler." ,

QUALITY : NATION n the lower soil that holds the roots;at a Flatwoods, or medow and,such-aj can *
\ "
: h The "IDEAL" Brandsl/have these 1Dolbre&ka of Clo e-0rowiiif Tree Planted uniform ,temporature, o4]+ 72 degrees j; be-:found'abundantly In Florida?; will 1

--'X Arauad.&ach: Four Acres Recommended. with our humid.atmosphere! and with produce' a good'crop: of 'rice. "But;. .k
., Then .why pay $35.00 and'$10.00 per',/.hen you can get a: strictly i high . the mercury*often up I in/the 90'; in while the application of- nitrogcLods'manures

t'" grade,. reliable fertiliserxathe folioing prices : \, \ ,q / winter-that! will keep .oar trees dor- isM not to, be. recommended, -:
"IDEAL" and'Vine. . . .A. . . . \ l / for
A. Fruit $30 00 Per T'ou .. \ mant. ;;'1 the above reason, a light' sprinkleof
\ e ... Potato. Manure .a?;]. . . .$30 OO'f . From the Times-Union and Citizen. . To protect ours groves'', by building' sulphate of potash and acid phosphate
.
." Vegetable'Manure . ,I. .'. . ...$30 oo. "
Fertilizer (for aU .CrOpll+ ):.. , . .$2700 ", 'To the Edith : There' is much that sheds over themas/sae do our ,pineap: desirable, to make the,grain:
; .. IMood Bone nmVx Potash.$2G 00 ., Is alued in thfc-article "The Orange in pies, is too .expensive;: is {not practical plump, heavy and sound., Two. ban-= % '
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SPECIALIIXTURE.Nah.V.: 4! ,.,. . . .325 00 " Whiter," publislieil. in_ your highly ;' does:no gof far enough; is 4nbtwarm dred pound to the acre," half of:.each,
CORN .. . . . 00" "
FERTILIZER.V.4. $20 ' win be enough, and iti will becauM
All fertilizer material at lowest market prices, f praz&) paper. of March. 12. enough. With our' pineappiesheds pay
A
Ask for o.ar book, Why 'Make the9eal Fertilizera." There are ,ome points though that the .coring- holds' back' only 'lee. with the same labor will pro- .
; ,
0 are so at'variance with my dearlypaidor three degrees of.cold; if we get more, .duce twice as much as corn. 4i

"1 Wilson: & Toom&r Fertilizer Co. \f e iperiehce: that | beg your Jndulgence we must' obtain' it by,fires and amudg-- First, clear away all trash' ,since rice". ,'

JnVthis.reply. v f' I when small ,4s easily torn tip orT
I. \ es.Wind_ breaks of mUhed down; then break and barrow
timber
113ttU. irkofesoxx-vlUe, S'lozida."Pigs' : Coidparativelfi lt. Florida is a new evergreen
iione$17 ounfry:, and much that has been done our nativecedars are the best say, the land well.'Repeat' the harrowing,
Foot Brand Blood and per Ton. twice at intervals of this
6ward\ts| de elopme 1t.Js no more planted around in squares of every ,two weeks; '

Darnaralarid Guano< the Ideal, Tob cco Fertilizer $44 per ton, han: experiment ;,.and t presume to say four acres-I bave seen it tried-are chars the ground of crabgraubefore ... "

CHASE HAHNE' bat ks in 'ray Own cue, the largerportion m9le.,'effective in modifying cold In the rice Js planted, ,and gives it abet: =

:', & Y f Agents.RTJ -of.its ettlers have labored-un- winter, or beat in, summer, than is terchance because leu'grus willcomeup

generally known.I afterward. ,Any time before May I. 1
1 der "th great disadvantage of'incor-/, E
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,
t make rows.with a ffve Inch'ptow/
-
l.f two.
\ rect/ information.tir wrong Ideas 'of : am very much in favor of the Japan '
. . . ,and a half feet apart, .and u, straight,
OWP'
\ .. their \I\ \ . plan. We should plant ;varieties
: .r. : It is true that a majority of 'peoplebelieve of trees that are somewhat dwarfish inhabit as CUlbJe"to, facilitate" tillage' .Drop

V f that trees and glants, asanimals i ;:tangerines, manderin+ satsuma from six :to twelve "grains; every tea

: :Interested < become acclimated' the( iffer- Jaffa, Majorca, Maltese oval, Medlter| inches:. Cover- with 'the same ,plow, r
.. \ two.. C
ent sections that they may be taken to ranean sweet, the bloods as Is done fn ; _
IN- THE \! %. ' But when scientists haveinvestigated\ other countries where they cover their' When the rice and grass are*w ellup ;

. j '. \ they find nothingin: it. 'There is no trees from .the cold.: In rom lo X take sharp 'hoes and lightly cut off

uch'thing. H.|( t,7 \ would use, Anranium, flirts 'and /Tri/ both rice and grass. ,Orifthe: land is :" -

East; Coast of MondayDo : . Naturalization !t9 quite!a different umph. All are tine varieties and do very smooth,'and free from trash, 'th V xJ

\ A must" not make may be, done with sweep filed:sharp! f -
things. tree iij.Us uature Abe, u large trees as the.common
V and scoured bright.,, The rice will be ,
naturalized section I
to a 1/we wish to remove one. j
; V you .:want tdt, learn it to from its'native' home or 'It isof Except in Japanthe Trifola I as, a up again in:a few hours. thereby' get*

More about its-i--- no use to take 1 '' here. stock is)little used. ,It would seem ,tome ting a'start (the grass. | when mother '
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4- V V. t : \ The orange tretfisA, native of. purelytropical to be better if, we are to cover tup crop of grass la up run around. the y'
o Climate, 1 I ,:'; '0'f, / '. s tlon of that sea the tree to plant 200 trees to the acre, rice while small with' a Bve-Iacb plow.' ..

-- Resources, \ '"' '.\". \ ,itive strain 1le4"stove t p aots." it keep"'tops trimmed in' close, and .the After this take :a finch, aweep 'or"gopherJl 1

i"'II" v Developments and .' will stand some lilt''e frost but it is no expense is not so great as soma might and go'onc between each .
two row. Next time the
between jr
V hardy' to/withstand -
than believe.
more, ( cold: \ '
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Pbssibiiities
w }, Fi V : o. when tiret'broughtbere by the Huguenots I have my plan and a neighbor will rows: once;with. ,the' same'ImpUment.,

I Then'write-ta/rb(undersigned forla copy"of the ,.- ... '. I 'forget how many:, hundred- plant" a*grove. and".try 'it. ,I,(cannot icon and, with a: little ,hoeing the cultlvat
Is done
a years ego.Ours ., / || take the space here to explain turtbeiU :
. = "Florida- East Coast Homeseeker," ".t: l is a peculiar climate. Some this article Is already.too' long;'.but As above stated, the crop with' the

,: to.,. : woman onpe wrote 'This, bewitching' let me add b!re.that if the correspondents cultivation here advised- will be about
_
M ,
I. ,Mailed free to .add4u. .' : twice heavy ia
there
aa as corn. LIf no
any '
climate to\
I ,and howw j\ l1 ,she said; it! expect me reply personal( let
fi '
,! \ .;::. 'e -i-z J_E.lNGBAHAM, ,- low we all love lit, and but for the tare they must enclose stamps:! : |l am a mill in ,the neighborhood it will take

.c.. x. n. Land. Commiaioner Florida' fait! Coast'Railway, I cold storms that start in frigid l sectionsand slave to the,public, but stamps are sot rather more work' to-harvest'and clean
*""" ,"'" -,' rush on with fury' until reach .' J.AKza1lOTJ': I it than corn; but rice malls're'lener Villy
.
'JSnov-tf. ;l ST. AUOUSTIKZ Ft*. 'S : they ..
.. '. .;. .f l'!t" '," .. as,it |s tropical. The orange finds a Orlando, Fla., April 5, 1898., \ I coming: into:vogne.. r I .. J

-, .: .. ." . . .''.' .. .' . . . . . .. .,.' .l'e congenial/'said, 'that. home no hero country and bow grows,often such it .,. _" 1 . \, .j RECENT'-I IIIVENTIONS..j .- ..

.. 1r / flue oranges; as this.!|U| ""I The Florida Lime. \ I Letters cannot 'be fraudulently
As with other industries said be- ", tracted from a new mall box wbidnluuia '
as
.' : t -. f.., ., fore 'their has : 'The common.Florida "lime is said by cylinder iet In the l'Ue'ulohudfut-' '
culture been ex
as yet' experts to be the best of' Its tam|IY, In enedi with a ratchet it Will torn our :
; "m. Riis fr. periinental only- aii4 we f
are finding
POMONL'NURS ; to the T
ereryquality<< that makes it pussy letter fn, but cannot'be'
.. NEW, DATALOOUK -, hat if we are to.,succeed our experiments ', .ralusbie\ turned- withdraw it "
: PCR, 1898, J.' moat go yet- farther;' we must 'It ''I isTof; medium size, a ,;:Bedsteads_ for army.and camping we '
fullof: juice quick In and has '
; WILL BB MADT; TOMAILyPf.o In some way prepare to shield the treefrom"tt.e growth ire made with'four upright poata rut, _. r
", .. wellsou ,, changes tha,:come..trQ.m'tropct one. of the pleasentest' acids oo\tntor, ing on the ground andsnpportlngcrocspieces '
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..., VV ;7 Ioent-Qmt'ftttf'w1n yea plesee law1'et sad..Mr.copy rtjf el CM-your condition! t mentioned f ;: to those of making a,palatihle. .beverage. One' of, ; over.which, a canvas bottom
ntbte.. Vvnctr Cttalocv .I ltd a copy but .! :. ordinary site is enough to, ,make a'largeglaw drawn and suspended by loops the bed. ts'
.z lowed 1&lost tt;I I d lad. mot M wirt many U U UterestiBg witkeai a., climate is not changingThe of;."limeade.",and, ,on ''thla ac' being'braced by'ropea fastened to'
eft1 X -' V ./ v "' / lumberman's' ax in .felling' the pine count is one of the most .economical of spikes dri! n'lnto_ the ground.
mrm stjS Cataleaa. wilt eont&lnn'( 'the A'hewif-desigtsedwrenahwhlchcaa
Od feat "*of the 1197 atateftte bcsldt tetny trees baa not opened channels for, thesecold fruitSj touse for acid: OBM.' Fnllyl: tUnttrttCd wLh BUBT aew; .t d. 'Tbe fact that It can, be be]used,for: pipes'as, well I.nuta'hu' .
p, >Jlic Views. We ofterya.fnII Hoc of blast to reach'ye4: farther.down- easily rigid.'V-shaped jaws, mou ted on the v
,\ Fruit tod Ornamental.Tree*.1US Ehrabt tdipr.ed as ,for pine tree. felled dozen squeezed with. .. the fingers alone
.. to.aovUcrm pt..Ustg. O&ta."t. Frtt. Address" .. every a,. .band:with thegrippingiurfacebf ont.
oaks have ,,* :\ 1$1lada, point in: its favor,'wbeh'atpersonwants | -
jaw corrugated the other jaw
.......... Med Prant:"'. THE : uPlN9!IBiOS. CO..' ? : ';;:' _,' ,,"sprung. up;', It ,_ _ -' :a'drink.'in'a' ;'hurryL:'!I and a rect 'ng 1ar' steel e*.supporting vic -
P..ti fir fi..tlara Pisannp., =OXOIA1IWUIlts, A C FLA. English lstory mentions scle tlat ,
squeezers are'not : '
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: \ ""I. that was seat beteto | on 'the convenient. which is toothed inside and elide*along-
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.10upt-1r-L. .1. ,3; ," flora' :;jawfuntil the rlght'sbels'obtaJ 1 d..
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. the ladder
l lstha 'To/prevent slippingof
Mexico .
than,.on a,hundred years ago;' in.,that favorite acid employed': in Umbers: or thon.whole work compelsthem
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report he'tells of being"at Tampa Bay, making the "sours;* of California, and
to
; t ridlong'oD ladder,a rubber
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AB. C4MFBEP .j.\\ and: while ..there, tber-j'!; came ''a- 'cold seems to-be' Preferred.'to. )lemoni, in device -is made with a semi-circular

time, and inhe little ponds were frozen' many private houses! ,owing to Its thud cl t'acToSa.th bottom* to be strapped s
over', and a mad :'could walk:'across'-on flavor; 'yet it is rare to'.find the:,band 'on'the sole of the s1loethectest resting ;

+ .Maqager, Ludden, .&' Bates, '3.' M.'.H. ,'j f. *. .'j ;f the ice.:" The late. Uncle;"Jake'Sump! some juicy lime of.Florida 'in any sort .oivjtbe. rung.of the ,ladder to hod the
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)I 'ChUd 'ofb nse'ou"the' Atlantic Coast 'of the ,toot. atertdy. .-?' -
., , / JACKSONVILLE, FLA. merlin was the, first white born ; '
;, Pianos and: Sheet"Musio'and .' In.lorida'after'it was' taken in by the United States. ,Why,? might be.asked. A' !!Irecestlyeslgned cigarette ,cue y
., Organs The doubt ( has.the box hinged In'the center of.the V
United States; he has told me that in r"as.oni'uO various, but .
j LOWEST. ", CES'E SY .TERMS. ,Musical Merchandise' "1835';,,it- was eo'cold, thatf"it killed Utbe' the main one Is that-fl9 determined' In bottom.the with sockets for the box cigarettes. #
', '- altercate sides of the that
,. <: .. .: We will treat, better and'.rt .J for effort has been made to It tothe ,so
better lue introduce
you you you trees :fin :'ljhe .
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orange country. when U :
;J opened they He In.
;of mon any other house la.the 1:..S: Send'. for Catalogue' , I' ; opposite
and price Ll u. :> - l'l.ep, ly'lf.u some-what cOlder.maYbb, than It'haa' notice' of betel)/keepers, ;proprietors < .rows,4erossing, each other at right s
.: ,\:f .r - 'J' -" Co't -: been I1ce.'i| of restaurants and..b rroowl, ,or angles,'thus. making'each one>easily removable -. '

..\ ;,; ... "-, ,. e. ,...1... .. . ." ... ..., About 1846 :'our .Government ''sentCommodore advertiseits I ; merits: :among, private,! ''without ..Interfering V with the S
'. ... yyy ,....W- .. ,' t'; C51I Perry,witli {wo'warships., :, families. ..- . ;? others. -S _
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to Japan to',establish a''| treaty 'with 'We have an.idea'' that if the excel y

tllallllI that people,(previous to t .ai time'they lent qualities of' he: lime.,,were, made Always. +Brgli.!
I avers allowed no intercourse with other known it would :supplant the lemon

Rations,'.except the ..Portuguese; who among.ftmillies on the.g rourid'ofj economy -

were'permitted! go.'there twice a alone.. ;Lemons-,'are worth at least

year'\lo 'tradeA, scientist !went .10 cents a5 dozen,at retail,. while twp

along;and.after_completing the treaty dozen limes; can be obtained' forthat

I they examined the*flora". of,thai peculiar lum.\a.nd' ,each.,jiine I fe'aa', good:; 'ai.lemon.
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: c country. : i .' a .' This ls.saving which-

.- : ? J They ,found the people-\ far In- ad :families a( )least;:would like to:;'mkey, 1
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vance'of: another. ,nation, in the I for a dime'isanimportant. '.matter.tothem :. f
/ .'Pos -'bffice..Bpr 6, MIAMI. : science of horticulture; they. were" hybridizing : 'these hard times..Were : '

1-1 .0.. :. . ,'2sJ"UlIl mot1. ( ,fruits; 'and'flowers by cross l- ,they' made acquainted witb'the
fertilization; they;'were the 'origina I'cooling and medical l qualities of lime "TIIEVWDER! t

.H- .i e ? x : tore of 'that science: They bad 'ob- as well as their:low- price, they'' : .would

-.t', ::, 1 ..' J.' SK N : tained the citrus noblisoraagi, that apparently be, glad of the. opportunityto LL ALL RIDERS, :Y

,f. -- . : '! -: i grows wild.f ncoehtn China" and were purchase them. .if. ..only" to"'use at
grafting in to a/native shrub. I forget their 0 meals., --* .-.. \ SAt

.< v Trpical Land Agency, its. name,, but.we., say, iTrifola or;; A drink of,limeade in.the' morning isan NOT( TI 1S ;.,

: *' ll ge. It was of the same genus u the excellent mild aperient and one,of i

: :.> .COCOANUT-GROVE'F4A.:, :: orange,--and, they' :were grafting' the the bUt.that'. cap.:be taken-'if the 'system i The Best. ,4.
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+1v i '. Four miles south Biscayne'Bay.,,,, ? _manderin. to',it, end were, raising :oranges ,is, In the,-Jt-ast'/eaverish "br:'the
/ : Of..X1amL't ,,aod how-in that climate'that mouth thirsty.: Haiti of
a lime is
t t t;, Ny.fist embraces aoouiol finest fnaufBcleD't' -
the orange;pineapple and vegetable
' '" history tells:us is 'about that or Nor for :drink; its Fee Sak'Ewgwbrsc.BR1DGBPO .
', Iabdt in opical. Florida.. Building lot and !elegant,bay fronts,' 'a acid being V
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: .folk, V.a.l I I!|i stronger,than that of lemons, 10that "
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.': ... ; ", ; :of min In' this. country, limes are about;the'cheapest ;material

bTED$2dooo; to loan Wfoodwcnrity, at'sevenpa! cent} >'., .' >: ',when a young:man: :was in ;Japan several I known'for .making, cboUagpalrttsble '- : ..
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pie-for: :gain/annonnced a material in- HORTICULTURAL t. DEPARTMENT.' well known tact that larger portion, j the'lind to clinched that it would'produce '

1 1 T lie Miami Mefiopolis.J' ctrate. in the rateuf! exchange ac- of our sand soils are deficient In] "goodrop of core If not toad*'

; I CQUnt of; the probability of war. The, SOUTH.. D" DK'5 OPFOETDSITT.' . ,, nitrogin and bumas or leaf mould' ToaQPpt "10 before planting,:tlll, necessary, fer-

Entered,fa i ,the Pontofflce at Florii word has been 'pafc>ed along the hue The man that grasps,life, opportunities this Iack' And make ourJ lands "tllltef ,ought' to 'worked ia" fit *" -

'$' as..necond-class matter.Miami I --. -that money will be "very firm," for as they pass ithe. successfulman. 'productive' the farmer has depended;'kround' ,the' bill, 'a t'or, two 'distant. -. :, .

some time to come. But had it' not one A entirely ,chemical fettetllzeri' ., 'f' '
The
J' ,in: ,MOST 'SoTTTHEBf NBWSFAPXB PepWHED -' who stand idle by and upon ? f t"
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betinTe war scare, the appearance of slows the oppertuuities ,which Is expensive and'does air I Plant not less I thantwelve.edt to
,/ ,',\\t ,,. ON THE MAIN LAND Off 7.: : to pass unimproved not\ ,
.';,, kTHE..UJOTED STATED' : .: grasshoppers in the Klondike. would'haw"rsierved is ;the unsuccessful man. cases meet the real demands for the the hill. If all 'com ,up' 'and_thojr t;;

: ; every purpose. South Dade farmers: ''have within their plant's life!!* There Is no q : signs qt thriving thlzTdown to' fire.: )

f' .r .T-,,.-BYINGTON'Editor..' .... and Manager :;r"Ilad it not been for Wall street Uubau gr sp the experiences of others. For: but that the velvet bean will SifOrio.Vi'l: [When this" asem to be pretty well ejtabjlshed -

:&. ,: :- ubscriptiOD Rater : : belligerency' would have beenrel4Rniaed several years farmers have experimented or nearly all' the d .Bcie ,. thin darn to threet.ile'best \
.' Obe1'ear.' ._' ......-ai2200; two years ago. There "how" : be In ordinary soils. In tact plats In later off
', Si;.montbll..1 00 on the to grow pineapplesuntil may we the bill; and ; ,
-- : Single: copies... .......... us, Would have been no war then -and our the problem ,has been suncesfnlly, know, ,of farmers, other portions\ of I when' they are about., starting to run,.
Llerelgn; : "subscriptions &0 cent extra to cover present entanglement with Spain solved. But the State that'use no other fertilizer thin to' two, which be considered'
,* ; postage. .c Just as the problem was may .
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- .-, -Advertising Rates. : .would, never have come'about.rYes l' i solved} .the boar]frost of the north, came, than the velvet bean d are meeting: 'the regular stand. i

:UI'GLE: ONK O flC'THRElf sIX CYR" as "the enemy," Wall street assumes sweeping down upon them and their I with success., We know two farmers Cultivation,.sbonld begin aa MP: as

COL.'JIN.. . W'K.\ '1110. D&OS.MOO' TEA.R. proportions that'are colossal, broad fields oft r beautiful pines were 1 that last year planted 20 acres each of the plants ,are well op. .Stir; tbe 11wel1downelos

+ :1;2 inch.inches.:150: ':I\1o0\ 1200'S eq $4O 60o $600 10,'+11 '$1O.18 0091ncLes an4 its "wires" bind the.people in fetters left a lackell f1/mass, Tho.ce"p- ; velvet ,beans on ordinary pine, land. to the ,hills, and, continue ,
: ,.. 200' ,400 800 1500 ,23 00 [that bring despair and banish 'be nl' made I wonderfulgrowth -
. tioDs'that atone time were pronounced The a must to go over the field rbout once ia s
inches a 00 I .
4 1\ 110 10 00 18 00 of 110 bopci. '
6 tnehes tOO G ro lY 00 : L00 -41500 Urost'proof" l W> far aa pineapples' covering the ground' to a d pthof18Incbes'wlth I ten day,.I until! the running "floes'atop,
G tnehes__ t lJO 900 14 00 24'00 4200 l fln| the meantime it should not be '
r- 1'tnc1Jes.... 600 a 00 16 tAl !l'100 48 00 were concerned, are now considered \ vines.. n'the {fall further: operations. When the vines
'8lndles. r. 50 1000 r9 00. 210 00 MOOIncbes forgotten that the single gold standard the beans were picked and\stored and I have started to the cultivation
unsafe on the tlnued run, keep -
i';; $ 6 00 11 00 su 00 !IS DO 60 oD30lnches. l principle proved inadequate when account of /, i ,
... 700 1200 ,t400 600 foG b0i cold. Growers In these section* demonstrated the,vines left upon the, ground to [decays .. strictly' outside ,of their reach.,
'J1lnches". IJ 00 13liO l" 00 19 00 72 00 the p'i necessity raising funds for war, ,
12 inches.,. S 50 15 00 ::2G 00 4100 175! 00 purposes put it to the,tt' t. that it paid to/grow pine Before plowing in spring! acutaway : Never disturb tbe, soil hearer to the
13 It Inches.Inclle.... 950 900 1600 1700 3000 s00 45 4800 OIl ibo0 M c.n \; i r > Indeed the profl pineapple culture harrow was runt\ over flies t i 1 bills than the ends of the vines, for the

i51nclTea.,.; 10 00 18 00 92 00 M 00 96 09 : \ Sate from Suuanderlnir. Wl!such that alarge: /' umber of the vines, until they were 'thoroughly root, reach aa far' as the vines, and are ,,

.rd.'., 17 in incnes Inches:a.: iv it 00 wi ,20 is 01 00 34 3600.0C. S7 M 00 oo 1100 iw ou Mrs!', Shadbolt,-I think it's a shame growers are buildinz/expensiTe! / sheds! broken up so the land could be plowed.: ( : shallow feeders Never. under: any

There dli will. adTertlsemenU be no deviation from:these'local r.tes.Ke .,. -the) reckless way you spend your to protect'their Lines. Southern lade I. These'fields were then planted to corn i consideration, move 'tbe vines.. If

10 t'etlY aline.g among. news. money You never seem to think ii't has thousand of] *cre of lands 't\Iltted i and up to-thl,,' date gives promise of a I weeds or grass appear inside the range
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We are prepared to do all kinds of Job Print tim ;to begin to. laYup something: for beautiful this sectionour
Jut promptly and in nret-cUas tjrie at as low okl a.ge1! No,.I dpq't want you to speculate to growing piney where sheds to protect most crop. In I oi the vines remove than with a hoe or *
price pront as is consistent with .a very moderate I ; but I do .think you might p ta from! (cold, or shade the more ten-' pine; lands are difllcient in soil by hand. As the vines attain a few

:: '. "- _ der varieties in7not constituents that makes pant fife.The feet in length'place9maitlciods.rpoatenr
t-: i .little,\ money in, some permanent investment needed.: lure! the
All communications should be addressed Rod i once in awhile., pine reaches/the;-a.*ma of perfection velvet bean solves the \problem here and there to prevent them .
all checks, .and
drafts money orders other remittances
.made payable to Dull\ hadbolt '(with' evident reluctance in the oppn/air. If it pays to grow When the tomato crop ,I is gathered from being blown, ,'about by;the wind.

THE"fk1L'TRnPOLiS Miami t'laTw . ) -That's what I've been doing, pines in those {localities when the plant the'bean between the row of tomatoes -' Do_not on any,account forget t that the ||

_, ....... my' ar.I, ,lent; Dingoes ten dollars firmer 'triiist go!! to the expense of dropping the- bean about '\18 vines mtidtneveribe mondthJ.'Is un- *|

Metropolis; :'ii ,for Sale at' the Following this orn1ng-Ch.ieago\Tribone.: .' shedding' his crop*, surely 'here where inches in tbe row. Give them two doubtedly ODe of the most. important ||
Agencies: ; Unheard-of Iadlsnlty."t'h'en workings and bl"an'will ease for i itself points iu melons.. One, *
.IM. A Plne" ,Cocoanut Grove,Fla.. this expense: ia !ict necessary there the 'I rileing'large }
w jiuihour ilt.,e-;West Palm Beach, Plan that there--"ou.ng' dude wanted mus /be a double profit. To those! who covering the, ground, hocking can never:;obtain' good rMolts from

'Store.Alfred MlamL Keeers at,,Wolfe's. Gents', Furnishing. 'said to body a knife to cut an.apple.in.two": own pine land tbil is your opportuni I.' out all wild.grass! and weedsland' depositing , vines'tbat hate'been moved. "
'W. D. De Berry;Miami J-la. Uncle Zeke, "I offered: him mine. the surface of When the cultivation is finished ,
on thick -
4- ''O.M.4recrMiemlFla. ... Opened: the big blade for 'him, lie ty. Another advantage South Dade, coat arrange
Key West News Co,, Key. West, Fla. ,_ 1 d ,looked ; at it a.n' turned up his no. e.Twasirt ,1 posse?*, the pine lands are richer andrequire leaf mould and filling tbe earth)witb ni. '0' tbat" tbe laud :will be leftle'el. -,,

good, enough, I reckon.. \n'/: less fertilizer than' in many trogen. Being anxlunsforour'farmers- '\ Leave"'no water 'furrows between -'' '. +J

: : mi FLORIDA*, FRIDATJPRIL 15, 1898.: they, 'ain't\ a better; knife nowh.rs( sections. Plant pines, .plant lots of to plant ,velvet_<<: .beans, we have the rows, for these would'simply ,

j *. j.,, : i- -, ; Blade was as aharp as a'razor too. ,A1-,:. them, care for t jets and a. fortune ,Mr. Starbird, Sr., vpho is a -de>IJDdUCed\f \ obstruct the growth :o(; fiat roots, x
I. wuz use it far cutt.J.n' terbftc ere the velvet bean Bend thatthe which would,"'need ; 'the ) ;
my will be the result |'' to some to pass. aenter, .. fj
l' AN, IMPORTANT MATTER..; Same folk makes 'me mighty lame ORAXGE8 1XJSOCTB DADK.tn farmers might be able to procure i between the cows. "-

Those who know,'bow;..to:estimate, 't redr'+Chicago Tribune /. ', the section of Florida: formerly. them. He will leave, them with Mr.J. R This, then; la the'summlog-op of the

"I J .and properly value the: natural advan' i-\ ,A Celebrltr. / i known, 'as the orange belt, the winters. E. Lammus.for sals. Get a subply.. \,whole matter-rich' soil not fore'J J

: ' tagesof this section, and of this 'city' .. No No cholar,,grainy he., keen of claseJo Invtnfor.fsum,*. for several years have-been so severe try them. ,1. (J Ji 'planted in.melons, not over two strong _. ;

..'in particular, are convinced that there ,-r PltmjReuben Muggln.ls his.'naimH .. that the orange ''Trees have sufferedmore .. . i plants in the bill,plenty of room, lint. f
future' In htore' for 'Miami.J .:tlyes at Pogy C ntfl". : culture, absolute noninterferencewith ,' -
wIs 8 great But, ah his letters Juare-a'place or )less front the cold. .The subject Raising Big Wetermelons.' .' both roots and'vices. -
I : ,,, Soil! and:climate;is all*" that"can be desired 'Mid those or wisest sage. that 1s agitating the minds of The grower should always l lay his x

!" \\1 j ., Shipping-facilities' ; ,'toy' rail 'are ,. ::.And. To Countless Decorate,iheir papers pages.use his face. grove owners is, winter protection, for plans'to'raise,big melons, for these are i -' I.! .. IFor ,- ., 'Iii (

::# ; excellent. and with'the,,deep-water. Barr :p.,; .. What;has ha done. or.se !n. or braved their.trees, Theroies I"by the hundreds" the only ones-which will pay for shipping '1 Sale or Rsat ,

;; ,\i\ bor already" acquired.:.our marine' trade. i Why TQ cause he's fh this e man great whole< commotion life was savei. have been advanced i' "how to., protectour : and, do what be will, there .will I I rooms,One-story and 'hallway.house, ftontahiing Apply to J.five J. .

promises to ,grow to astonishing ;proportions By ."8klnner's' Pigweed LoUon.". groves." The only favorable'plan be. 'enough'Uttle ones .anyhow. Tbe'i Brtofcerhoff,,corner Avenue v and lltb 1

,:' .i ; within; the..next .{ew'years.k .: i'L." ; \ :. A.W..Bulletin thus advanced, } is;*to abed tbe groves hills ought to"be twelve feet'a part,and | street - -- la l-at- I
> Everything points'to the fact ,that \w '"
the'ptneppple-growers
\: ; v SCIENCE AND, INDUSTRY. the same as are
1 :' *' the present generation will seal ,Miami t 1J, forced",ta' do\ in bisections where

F' ; beoonJe! :'the largest "ihd. 'most! Impor- I'in' ",-Thrtf Berkeley-four
f \, tart of, Florida cjties. building these sbttdsj is great and': tbe
yielded! aj crop of applestha.t brought \ : ; .
:::.. ,There is,notbing.v7hlch.cau- ;prevent the..owner,,,John Miller, $20,000., The annual outlay\for repairs would amountto

'$i' ,, -_,.its growth or, binder. it materially-; ,same-;gentleman also realized nearly their 'total cost .|n a few' years. .:

P: 'There Is much that maybe done. Ito ,$-t.ooo froinithe'peaches; _he raised dur' With this protection! there/sjio positive -
1t .' *; 6acees to E. L.BBADY &CO.
on
,make'its progress more rapid. ingthe time.
If. .. I assuance of saftv., 'The,ol'aoge to #
-.. The matter :of good'roads is an important '---A Manchester confectioner.has converted I ;
? all practical intent is a tropical fruit L .
'cream and to grow it 'suc 4es8ruJ1Y".1ear.'jpand Groceries, Grant Hay and liarden beea.
freezer. Mounting his wheel, which, of "' "*
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developmentof ;
the andsecnion.
the ,. year it must in
; be out be grown a
:course, is'.stationary, pedal '
have'an/ awayat "
: We material ; MIAMI AGENT FOR MAPEfT FERTILIZERS.
.t a good rate,,the chain being connected tropical country There, is no such .
'i, at band, 'and the(work/of!'road with the'freezer, causing it to lain thing as acclimating;' the orange. Give f 'Il
., 0 We celi'the attention of the people of Bay BlcaTa to our ifct ol 3tajd
J buildingshould .be" : ci.l06'Ith very; ,quickly He can freeze 17-gal-- the orange its, natural surroundings and Fancy OrocerU-s, Pratt and Food Prod art*of all kind: also dr frock
;t : 'interruption.l lon can of,ice cream in 20 minutes.., i and. it is, isuccess,'wlt out these natur- of Grain, Bty. Bran, Cotton Seed,Meal. Ground food mod wheeL>
Wa are*the only house oa'Ear Biscayne dtallac excfutfrmly is the above '
t The road to Cocoanut Grovebaoing.been : It ia. good.fishing in the St.Albans, al condit.fons "sOonesor: \ .later' if is a line of rood We buy close and wUl sell clo ., wa invite your |r Aond' :
-completed, we 'believe i the: next ,*tv!.):r eryotr., Tears ago the reservoir Dade : g 'enc cud solicit your patronage Very,truly. H. J. EQQErT> & CO. iL
,J 4 was stocked;with- 'No has failure South :posses every. requisite t-lyU 5 _ /_ _ _ _ _
?:: "work:under ;consideration 1 is the road ; : pickerel. one for the propogation ;of the or
been", tot Ash there, and ....
1> /w k'onthls'road allovred', the :
: toLetnon The
City;" / pickerel hate multiplied until they have ange., Tropical climaie;'soil'suited to
t should already under way.' We, are become a nfsaneeThe town authorities its needs.. The planter: can put out

; , :satisfied'tbat! -the.county. commissin- have ordered: the, drawing the his Wove here ,and ,spend no weary '

.k"; .ers will do their'part toward building seine to rid. ; the:pond.of the piscatorialpest. nights watching the ,thermometer-as

'r.::. this road and it now: remains_with,:their .: \\!, rDr : the'mercury steadily but, surely geeS 'MIAMIBusines : I "
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sandowne&(and' ,farmers along the ::Pea 1e.: says London Knowledge: downward." He is not|-' bilged to tax ,

'x: route .and beyond, and the peopje'of .has completed the process'of grinding his brain with_ the'question! uh w can I .

Lt I "'Xemon City, [ and Buena Vista':to' take and polishiag'a'gigantic disk of glass'Over protect my grove." ',Here,he can planthis

'j"" the" matter] up.,and' .tart* the :work -bas'been 61 inches engaged'I diameter thin,on which he tree s', 'care.for'.them and"have ,the, .
more two
.f wlthoutdelay._ The citizens Miami years. satisfaction<< of' t'IDg.tbetI .putting on Lots
:By thedatdof\thfaglassi'har.can, \ \ be B and Rid i
:' will l of :.course do..all_ 'that r may be 'required eee! n'at'' a distance 1,000 feet', and the a luxurious growth"265' days Iq'tb s: nce ,
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''t-i of them.' i reflection: of jtb moon at the focal point yea There: yet tboueanda of acres

f. In the next Woe! of.the..:METROPOLIS i wduld,be absolutely blinding of wild land in this section'vTbich can ,

-r}. we, hope to announced" that the work of i ;7-It hit n'formtrtiy careful, observation :- be purchased, "ai a 'low! price that is '

:! raising l the necessary'funds' ,'bas: been dla riet'th'e that inthe. ; New York tenement' suited .to the, propogatfon"' \tmerican-famByIivts the
:!' 'I commenced, and:that the work,of,con and allthe family of citrus ,

r< atrucEion, ,will, soon be'under. .way... poorest contrary and.at the* Italian the greatest,lives cost.in the',On,1he most fruits. _,, 't l '-1' -', .' . tor1, '_mrs_ .t" Julia' :u._, Tuttle.Prices s. ; I'lfenet.aJ"Agent
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.- .'wholesome rat the.least expenee,. "TEE VELVET BEAN. 'i; ,. , ,
t>, OUR:GREATEST ANTAGONIST; while the::French follow'closely; .upon For many years the velvet bean has 1 '

'"Wbedtbe'gold"_ insisted. the Italian', : Tbe GermaDiseconomucal, been grown in'Florida aa' an ,ornimen- \ :
on leaving
'f.,. : 'us in a steady, stream, some: people ,but the ,cooking. 'is not*,' es* dainty' 'and- fal plant- noon thouKhi of ,utilizing From $$60. 0 to ,$f,000\Per\: Lot, According to Location.;
would not the law of and palatable. j I' '
accept supply f it for !field. cropas' toe !bean, was -
: 'Idemand, a :.aniexplanati0n; of the pbe- .-Ther arre'e'1" no''remaiging/publie- to be"worthlegs'andby} : some RAILED 'FAKE toID'aml over .be Florida;East Gout &ih'a1'W be refunded -'
.... nome non, but Insisted that come ene-t land in any. ;of the states of New.Eng thought : to eackpnrohafer of 1o provided purchaser will produce receipt fhr micb
lsobns..Scienceandprat I farmers
\Imies'_ of' this.-nation were:: pulling i iand-,-In New;\JTork,'Pennsylvania,'yew p fore,which receipt wilt be receited BI cash in,part payment for.let. ,f__
:hypothetical _wires Iu ,Sew York and ,: Jersey; Delaware, ,:Maryland,'Virginia,' hive for many yea'rs 'b studying . .T
!London. '}ow that it I? coming.back West find ,t hat would bentvalueturenewrold l 1ta. 'Qffida
'I' ( : yirginia;,,?\orth'Caro1ina, South nature to plants ;1, r" ; .. "
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the chance of forget
:pn emplol u entthey
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.., Carolina, GeOr Tennessee! ,Kentucky ( worn out and natn-
the existences of, those wires, '
j >:though they insist, 'tha 'Wall street.is; or Texas. There'are 25,000ooo'acres of raly poor soil to fet} li''y| ;For' years HOTEL: 'IVnA'M

,the nemy.'l: *. public land ,in!Ohio;'37,000,000 in'FlorIda red clover in kfce north and,west have : ''. .
32,000ooo'n.Alabama,28oooooo in tbls 1..1 '
<, ,The; above'Is'. fronitue TimesUnionatid'Citi7. : .been used, for ; purpose', dan s,1 y 1 "
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L Lonlsiana36,000,000'In -
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.- But ..the "wires" d'o ex 34,000,00o'inWlacoAein.: The otherpub-' that were utterly valulesl' because" of I la, , .'

'; \ist, and-W, ll street is the"enemy0: -=-an "lie lands;are in tbe. ivestern states and their sterility/have, _been |made, valuable 't- ==:I' .

f' {ienemy,..tqtheAttierican; ,people more In the territories.: : by this, ltroge ious plant." For i\ 'f'' _rFred = "
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i 9te't Spin, an: enemy. that has! : Frank\ \ .... years,the South has been looking for" a s. Morse,.. "' .
'. aVnVuch distress to this tnaDIplomaatle'Way.' would tbesame! effect
>. brought coun- plant that have ,
; fur 'crnelty'bas Inbub Edith=There is one thing in particular and thin! lands that '
try Spanish
wrought_ upon ivorn, out
that I like Mr. Tactin,for. He:Is
? an'enemy tofmanhood, to hooe :eo',frank,'you:| OWF He always tells clover. has on h.f stiff.clay lands of the REAL. ESTATEv

knds.mbit.lon, tx .industry, toefort'tobap me of my ianltA, without the least hesi- 'North. Science--and_ experiment have .

'''' dne.s;to prosperity and"to.all_thattgoeto.euikelife tation. .That,\was: the.'agreement;; I ,, found that the cow pea, in fact that the J .,
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t : *among the. masses. .caused him to flake '] f entire; ,vetch! family. 'are_beneficial J to. :Miami: Dade,' ;Cq. Florfda.AGENT .,:,.
rortb to that ,
.* living. j jWall rt.baAndJ1.ran 'say thirlas! of soil. But it has been buta "
dt.and- !'street Js backed, np: *by .you"Never do not;* get r With'him? ,1 short time since the velvet'bean has /t '. ',- --: ,; :; : :r''
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e. > bank ot'ngland and"thebank_ of that time it bas met wi h.POpularfa- '
found'in you74 J' .;
ra6ce., ',It 'is" but;'a', day-or'two.ago _"()b."'b ,hasti*,':found any yet/:When i- vor'aod.tbousanda of acres[ land that : --'\ 'Florida' East boa t; Railway' Co., t

't f that the: bank of England, seizing;as I ask him to name them he always.sap. had 1 beep.worn out ,or..werej. naturallypoor \\ .r 1 Florida. Coast 'Line'Canal'' k and Trans Cor:, <
1 does 'to conepire.with that. I am' fauUkss/v-Boston: Transcript ba,e become through : : ,
y U' every pretext productive HyL Atlantic
and 1ond
c' Jts American'allies ,to oppress the.peon : ", .. "-.'.-.-.' : .- .,; r tbe agency of the velvet bead, :It.is a \ Boston: -i \ Coast 'Land Co.
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ery,which the government is to planton'1be Mail to Havana, -

\ U MINCE MEAT.t west'side of the biy has. been Hereafter alt mail for Havana and '
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ommenced. Tbe' fort is on the high the island.of Cuba will be sent:by New I \ Rogers Co. ':

pol'zit"o,\land, below the Agricultural York instead, ofc via Tampa. yI

t\; Many. Miaorf i ,iSCtlI3J1OU Miami Matters Experime i\t Station,, and a short distance < I I .. 'I t I AND'WHOLESALE QBOCEBS ti
\ MeatioLti I north\f tbe 0 room' place. Work ,-The Miami Drug StoreIs ' I .
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1Jodes
\ 19 also 'In,progress for the foundation the name chosen by Messrs. Lang& Hay '1oart I Grits Meals Etc ;
""r, \\ of 'the battery \Cape Florida' which Bobarts for their popular druggist establishment .

The bulk"of the tomtit rop in this will,t>e installed n ar the Davis,banga- I Boney &Robarts.on J Avenue'D) The/best and(formerly purest '| ,, Our bnainen, confined totJi d.;

FI" section,hM. been shipped. 10 on| the Cape. '.. I drugs always on hand. New goods Brand. ;\I .trad* only. Order from consume,
\ t. arriving. Toilet articles Hers
constantly dedred.
\, neither solicited nor
.' This visits of tomato drummers, have Deputy Collector:Featberly reports I i I fine perfumes, Tenney's' candies, fine ..... .
:\\j,. :7 \ not" been so. numerous'this week.. '... othe, METROPOLIS that tb s port has ,cbolc r.lgars. G; \rethem acall.l&apl-lt 4
in the I I. I Promptly onApplication. 4
thowp a derided creasever: I
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Tbe.hotels are doing excellently well, ;I" i. J1' Mm.
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: 'uslness dope last ,season dunbg tbeiourjatperiod East Coast a al'8'Progres...
\and'each day shows full list of _arrival
,,: \\ It. between this port and T'e, last/cut 'for tbe East Coast ,c'

'asaau.; Tbe general imports of weebandfae canal atNeptuiie has been finished "
N The beautiful paved streets of; Miami have been about 'one dollarmore,1hn I >l.the d edge Matanias. Tbe dredgehasSeen
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1, attract,the,Attention, and admiratiW , four times that of .last years II "taken'to!the'docks on Indian r _

.ii;' of every visitor, while the duties paid by passengers ondutiable river/uear'the. ab ve named place to'be '-I

't'T i >lr. Flagler, comedown on, a special articlesjn ,baggage has lacked tborougbjyv overhauled" before goingt Orders :Promptly: Filled. .
but 8? cents of being four times as the headX.the Halifax river to "'
t on Monday last,',returning the same
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> day"to\ St. Augustine. much'as last fear.\The official fees .commence workman the cut from that. ., ; Gladwin'Mang'r. '"
\ 'Ii have exceeded those of fast year.peary / >oiutto the Matanzas river. !: ,
t 1} .: 'it' Contractor'Hahn is putting up somesubstptlal' $200. Vice-PreiidentParson, 'rthe r .IF t ..

:, \ ,,', buildings on the Halley Miami and Nassau line, has staled. Carloads]of Celery. .
l' v pHtoe 'above Buena Vista. that 'under: ordinary circumstances :t SUppollJory
Thursday
\ Last [the first solid refrigerator I PILES I. .
\\1 -Several* ,light showers have fallen there qpl be. a larger proportionate car of celery J was shipped ,from an' f. and Is OODatlpatiou.t .d to o '1DQPeJ'f Plica ..

,r. throughout :this section during the increase. next year., / Sanford, consigned to;various( commission who ac- list reloaded of testimonials-sod r4 cents per Free box. Sampfe& firr to'M] ,. ,

t past week,:bat more rain is needed. houses in+! .New'York. The and MARTIN RUDY, Registered Pbwnuclst, ; -
: Laneaater Pa. sale leading dnra-
by 1
1 ,Tbe Yacht"'Comfort which was :soT ,%4 Friend to Flo a: shippers.were captain B.F. Whltner, have Elite and la Mteal. Ra.by BOSKY *.
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popular aoa cra C U tor free
Clark AlDP
;popular wtb tourists daring..the. season William Saunders /the Agricultural James Campbell, & Hawkins, ,J. return '.\ JOmpMjMpearance
,t he famous autboriy !7.., Whitner: audi] L H, Terwilliger.
:' ,has tied up at the mouth,of 'Arch Department, h not
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'who be There were between, ,800 and 400 crates ;
Creek for. thesummer. ', on trees, will/always remem ,
\ *\ as1 10 the car. '; 'i\ given oa i -
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bered having been tbe first to InroduceiWmphor4rowlog -
"Much regret was',expressed: '' by our I . t very in of the Stationery that yon
In Florida .
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< t citizens.generally: when:,,the* news: ofthe i 11' the development; of the ,Electric" Railway at,Key West 'e. :, That turned out at.the Mrrzor*. ;
death of Mr..'Walter .w.- Pickfofc watching Is In nut office_la of quality: yon may be
I. ; ; : .. I new Industry With great interest; and Key West,will ,spoh' rejoice in an w
reached.tfee-city! on Monday last/ \ / Lan proud of. tf '
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xpresses, his confidence in Its ultimate electric street car line. The machinery ) : tt ;;
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,'. ".f period always':bailed,with'rteligbt, by) however bstFlorida.is not to be coq, : Ice plant will soon arrive, and, within : up- HELPFUL: FARM NOTEto' .
,... :' fiibermairhas come,and gone,'and, yet idered4s 1 a possible future source, of the next two weeks One of the electric days .
'we have braid of no extralarge* -catch-- rubb ,pr/duotion.he does not believe: street railway'lines will be 'completed Miss Do{cot' put all oat oors, :'Into wheat ,
,because of the promise of the, wheat,
e : baseved I tbe southern ;moat i portiotfsrtbe and rur pfg.. The other line'will be J ) met market. ,
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''When'will work on,the rock road to o State are warm enough in ,winjter ,pushed to;.an early'_"completion. l there-. mar .i. .Suss future fanner must be'ecVucated.lfour .,, )

Lemon,City:be; commenced? This 'Is "td make thrive tHe trees- which pro- af.er.* j\", evening boy cannot: 'attend:theatricaluralCollege -, '
an important,'thoroughfare.and"tbe duce C commercial rubber,tie they:are' oftrietly4tropical ._ I .. I f I con a,systematic_course ,of '.'_ '
Easter,SefVi : o e., agricultural reading-Is uble daring
nature. po
shodld b.ti. 6 unnecessary.delay In beginning t t ea ,<
,. the.work: *YMr. I I _I> I i :., 'Easter services were' _held In' ,tbeMethodist'Episcopal t'I of Peter the winter evenings,and the' time-could- ,'
Ki mi. Dot be
; BigQons for_ better employed.
church Catholic
,Lsivii. yrpo condnctb';a success'*. ,Miami will have ample protection repay : q Oar country roads are best In autumn
Ide
the
I :ful dray.,line in Magma laying.curbing the event_of war. 'The.Times Union church church;;:: South and :Methodist on. Episcopal last :At bat,farmers are not always then ready' :
Sunday
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batil their
to market.
and having''a nice c /sidewalk produce to Speed
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and Citizen'says '
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the Methodist Episcopal church there 4
; he,day when,the_roads will,be good all,
laid In f his '
rojutof premise! on, upper underatood '
la that Miami is "
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" to was a''good audience;. 'The church wasprettilydeitoratedwith in' fall he, year,'.that the producer may be DO ,_
!1 eDueDo_ Mr._Lcwls'Syexample+ ,.tai. ,have aniple 'defense, In' oases: of,, war palm'andflowers. : $ ; besides a 10 lges.ha.ndiclpptd.i: he has been. :
,good one"and: should ,be. followed, byothe'r with Spain.I ] From,:relitble'sources lt ,
which
.. ? Rev. J. H. 'Martin, the" pastor :When.grasses are grown and then xiy>:
( property owners;. Is learned it there will' be planted delivered atf:eloquent'sermon on bearing[ lasturecLor fed to stock during the win.terand .

\; *' J:A.:McDonald a force of work* two great'guns'-at"Cape' Florida "and the resurrection,of Christ, which, was through :the :manurejcafefully\ sand : *_

men.engaged In.the construction. of 'a- two ,on ,the'' ;west ,side .of"'th' (bays listened to attentively.] ,,' pattern and returned' to the soil, the Iou IB far p
IHtr is hraetie1ly nothing aadtbUl ._ -
bouse for' flowers and about a'mile lout.of Brickeli's-Point, -.
propagating tbe J churchFather
S At (>manOatb % lo& tire'' Ideal of' 'tiearm. .
manner keeping
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1 ,pfaDta.1forthe: Royal- Palm grounds.- on a high! )rocky bluff., ;Tbeie,,will Moore bad large audience. His : Seen .: : '.

.J 'The building? ,:.being', constructed on command the entrance to the bay andwillmalteatf sermon: 'wn masterly' effort: Thedecorationa'wereelaborate. look It Is now accepted,all that In tbe'S '

) theweerstd: ; /of Avenue and between' almost an impossibility : ; 'The' altar to their rotation of crops the farmer only folpws -:

the, tall.d and 14th. street., 'It is bra Spanish,:'man-of-war: to enter the : .was, covered with]''hundreds .oi as' if"de- 1 nature, when a: p forest is tcteired

: 1 iii-the.. \ harbor., -Miami, In' case of.;war, may \vhltevflowers: while,, on either side foot of oaks at once spring up in their.paee _
become'a ,supply: station ,and will ; and nee .. When -, =
Eve citizen.:of Miami 'should 'see' ,. requires was a large cross, in.green andwhiter of on- yen a gap occ
t greaterjjrotectlon than. townsof wrought vgetables tiiD'ahedgeIt la useless to attempt
that is'premises are. kept thoroughan -. '1". J I 'to"refill ifcwith a plant of'the same specits -
t less importance1. The steamer City, Pastor Blackburn' of the' Methodist, : in. y w
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: lun' during the :anmm,r. Let ;- ,,and tome other kind. must be used.,
,u .show Dr Porter_ of the Sta te."Board of Key West Is already'carrying, > munitions Episcopal church, Soutb, ,,, was' met: a dark; .. .-F f

.\ I if:Health,'and who fa to reside 'among of warj,to Key' West. Besides with an unusually large audience., ,He ; loaa red IMPORTANT
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this, GoYernment supplies are |being ANNOUNCEMENT..
as,that_we know bow.to keep clean I preached' sermon full of'rich thought, creamy .1
.:town,,'and,jft,' .the: same time gaudagainstthe trsiuporte9 by this route.. On Friday! suitable to the_ occasion, both morning .e of a AeoonU Dui The XatrapoBs.Wesley '. e'S '
\ night a portion of an engoeer'oorpi' and evening.The U proved
of epidemic.'The'Tit '
i entry an _
_? \ passedthrougb there for :the,' Island -evening'service at the" Method ,Increase k : '

1 sville'! Indian; Biter Advot city." --1\1't'(' ist-Episcopal church ,was an' Easter .- ,M. Featherly has purchased '
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Julia ; the printing, plant, and the cate sayst'Mrs. D. Tattle, owner ,
.. > T t I *' .:. song recital, which vvai well attended ? -done and patronage connected with the ;..
*..6f FortDalliis_ : .\,Miami_ l is still making-!. \, Florida- Fhiits inWashingtoa.Florida .' '- out quite 114x1 Mrrttorous and the job -printng. -.
marked Improvements 'both Inside favorites ,establishment,connected therewith\
pineapples are prime PERSONAL.|:
anal outside,finer: valuable property ., and baa leased same to.L T. Byington
\ tn Washington,;as they are bound : celery
:' ad'C for the term of one
|Sb'e'ilil'J i Completed: the furnishinj"Jof i to be :wherever .theybesome"known. ,The Times-Union. {tltn'l popular Mr. Featberly ha*year.not purchased an1- ,
her.parlor; and aiatng-room, :whic i Mr. F. H. McCarthy, who' manages ,and" daring 'war correspondent and accounts doe the':East Coast Publiabng ,

are exquisitely l 'rich,-'n. Moorish 'deWgn I a,afruit stand" nAr'the'Treasaryand!1. ; Charles :A. Merritt, arrived,In Miami and:Mrs; ; Company for' advertising job

,* :.. r who.deserves special", credit for his..ucCHfuteff 'on Sunday on board ,the steam/"r Cityof took' a i i assumed printing of"'payment*subscriptions of. any nor bills has due he

,In a:conversation 'with one- of Miami's - ttl to:.introduce .and ,popularize Key,West. r."J : guests by the'METROPOLIS.All ,... '
w foremost faesacrs:we- asked him fine''lorida.productloas in this t f Bev. Father :lI ae charge i ; accounts due the Mrrsorou up

+What has your tomato crop tt- dJ'pu city,,says that'te,'advent,:of Orlando_ of'the Boman Catholic/church: and to Slat,and.should[including be yesterday,, March ,
paid to 8. 8.' Bnrlln-
so far thts'yearV t ! He replied_ "I am. and east coast pineapple means that the ,'"Wish during the winter/= held his lasservice game our efficient: business'manager

"' R ,perfectly eatisfledso far, lt\i.m)' te, foreign fruit has got to go. Tbe'pines'! ,here last Sunday. ., fie ,left 'onI whose services have been retained,for
tilrulUp tothistimemytomatoee have grown b11tr.- VanHouten and others'of t 1' Monday'morning, amps.Father markable tbt/cresent:and'he will give his en- '

netted m'e about$1.50; per crate, 'I?:am ',Orlando have been: ,tickling the? palates -.I Moore has, made may warm friendsnot has ever tire attention to collect'affairs ing all of accounts the EastCoastPublishing . -

getting, now 15.00 per,orange crate'fo, r.l of Wv nrtol 'S" 100 to luch.ao.. only, among: .own, people, bn State.has Company. He baa -

eggplants v ,I.dont. wantanything bett&if .:.: event that'|hey will'not look at the 1 among all,classes'. 'Rev.iFather ,Footal i1ber"' of: beeiuetained: for this sole purpose and, ,

: : .. *. '' '.'., .j imported: app. l : VanHouten's 1 will'returnjrom- .Palm Beach, an to.:Flor/: we sincerely to the trust Mrnopous that all persons prior ,and Indebted -, -
i 'fruit comes packet! carefully in .excelsior i take of this work.' : '
'|J.A.: McDonald has stated 'to the again. charge east coast, up to March 81st,-.will give prompt ate "
'anxious mechanics, who have'been ex' ten Inch crate\nd'generalll, arrives 'r J: 'V.:mrris_ -with bit,]lestimableI tentloo to/ his demands and thus enable -
in perfect"concli on. The Smooth_ :uato wind the buslnes with
> : : up asHttle'deliT .
peeling; to Nassau .
this '
to Here
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go summer : wife, armed, .here from Key,West las ,-
Cayenne seems lisTed l best and t assposslble. i
ColonUi : ,tOrbe ; have been turned because '
to t work upon'the, hotel_ _, that, Sunday/; ilr. Harris is the state Attorney many , away !-tr.'BaJlIDpmeb': fully author r
there,will.be a ,large-,amount- 01 work ,tbe'apples!\ Sell readily aMrom. 76centato : : ,for the Island City, Mr. and there. was'nb, room In- tbe .hotels. for bed ,to. ray all ,bills Incurred by the
here this season i Ae has not gone in I |l apiece, ',when ,weighing. six to Mrs/ Harris are Journeyingnprthward. them, and other places. have", been'1- ,tele-' :Miua,Mxraoroua prior to March SI,
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,toidetall' as to just.what the' work\ will eight,pounds! each r.U n : growers will,! W hile here they are guests at the Ho- graphed( send no',more. ; "tI'o.r 1898,Address,and will all do so upon presentation..

,be} However'tt: is known that :Mr_ ptYltrlct'-.ttentfo to, the, ( quality 1 Miami, * want of'room. When the ,hotels were affairs of mmuolcatJOD.pfd4lngthe tbe old
't1 McDonald,wiU see, that something; their fruit/ied'seibat' it is.w 'lp'c.k; ? f formal full here they:have given Passe :down to East Coast Publishing Company corporation,

:done if It, is,"possible for'',him to.shuffl, ed.and; reputation rtt'd", Florida'growing Dr.'D.' ,,:M. Burgess, ) unitary and baolLto-lMlami,on the rail.to.break " Veryrespectfully, ..
It:out of the cards., ., .' for fine fruit' 1., inspector of the port of Havana, the congestion ; -- '.: E COin J.IIJQ1Q: Co. -
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spread until people Rill not 'want Dr :+ is spendingaome time in Miami Later ., i ,.e- W.u.1'D. 8. CUJUK,
!. rt,of clearing away the timber Other kind, in,thelue. ,of semi-tro cat be :will join his family iin New President.. ,
By outside wholesale firms Miami \
tbat your'standing FU.. ,April ,
,for the planting of the ,main.land twits : / \ 1,1898.1apr .
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I 6 :THE MIA 1I\, TROPOLIS, APRIL 8, 1898. i T :

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'f ': NEW YORK. BAKERY. PUNGENTPARAGRAPHS."Now" \ . : .. ROOSTING JUA-TE'RS. : 'f-. ;4 (GENERAL OFFICIAL DIREC1DRY ,/ ,;j.

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4* .' ,. i :CoaMraet: Them *a tjhat Tlirr Cm,* Be ..... '*.
: 12th Street, west of $senger Depot. ; -,. (jharles, let ua. make a list i Chased 1'aa11y. ,CITY- OFFICERS. "' ; 'I '''

: i / 'i \ off your ,debts." "One moment, dear There are mmy'Y.. of constructing ! if Aion-JoLn B. Rs il/! I', 1
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: '! Bread uncle, till t; have filled up your inktand.ViltBltk placing roost y Iheaimshonlde 'ALDERMEN-Jos. A.: McDonald. 'RealF.p.MorseW44LBrownJ.ELommna '
c ,'es'1] t Vienna. { I ) to make them comfortable for' the ; '

'. .5 'I I t Home: Made \ \-"I find $J2 a high price for this parrot ,fowls: nnd convenient ''for the attendant Frank,T. Badge, D.; Coegrove,.Wdtsr 9. / :
and ,
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\ handling (1,8hing'j Place all
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i. --- .f I, Graham. I' ,f irsEllll "X\I Dot 8UlX1.e at all he. but speaks he a good deal?" roosts back from' the window out of ,, CG>;-Tohn'MOraaam:I j .fCirr .,

Baked daily and Delivered Free to any part of town | if'g nde 1laett&"Dwrling understands. the way oT drafts.. Tl ey should below MARSH*!,-Yonng P.Qrar.. ...
ver.r1hlng.t-F ,
and at: a. uniform het -ht. Ttniisin 'of CITY,8URTJYOB-A. L. Caowltod. .
; Bolls,Bans, Cakes,tics. Everything first-class. Specially of, fresh confections -- !"hecried,and thre vhrm- feet is frequently, caused bjr fowls PRMIDENT OoDMClt-Hoa. P..S.' ::11
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ad nats. Boston Baked Beans and Brown::Bread every Sunday morning.Picnic self at -feet. Thehaughty damsel Mora R 4 -
id excursion'parties tu ish.e4on short notice / ,' jumping[ down from a high pere If \ tON
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shivered :
/ : /a? apprehension., "ThaUowPrinceton r arranged one above another. thef'towKwfil STANDING COMMITTEES ]

f..../ w, ADAM MAYER; Proprietorof to t'a4kIe" she muttered. ;;strivIng !\ -.>I jump from the. lowest perch to FIHAVCE. =Budge, Bmanant'.Ma, "
becalm.Life..Teal .
.A ,trRemember I deliver everything. free. of charge.1 Remember the place.l.Th Street,jnstwesta I the next, and the tronge fowfc:will DoualiLOv 7 _. '
'I:' ; plUllCDcer depot:,.' / 1.t1.1.r".1UO Nor tJ>Jn.frl'.Jenksrta the crowd downtheweakeronesl The bigb.pnOPEn -- Vtrtrra ass fVi>r>fw"'!imra-'_rt_. fn.r-;!*
',. l' '- nost 'courageous woman I kq.QW'" -. .McDonald and irON ;;;;::: ::: .-?
"Why" "Sh; goes over and, use, Dr. 1 fa-t'II I ? STREET AND IWPROV'atEN1'a-1r16: '
r I YOUR FPUIT AND V VEGETABLES. ; Hank's tele one'to salsa np another: tl'' ,Donald, Coagrore and Laiiumase.Ov : .

TO TlIE-. dovtor." -Cliiiaijo IJetorrf.Inforraatlbn : . 8.L.7rA1'ION-Lnmmn' Badge. ;ted- :,t
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'UER'AND"_ 'FlaE P&OMCHOHCosfcrorp -
k;. ,Southern Produce Copnparty, 'tie boy who Kuburb/ir ia& showing his eastern I/ / ; Graham od'BQdi'f': .
relatives the "
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On Poucc ,AND CHARints-Brown, ; .
ft' cago. 6018 .thM Ipark/that Oen. Jackson Lni&ama, and,Graham.; !
STEWART
DOWNS & CO. Proprietors : -
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:; 123 LIGHT.' STREET, '- \ -8A1.TIJ1O1E.. :.MAUY .L"D. ;\\lUcks-;-"C-ochet| ,. ron know, had a (; ARRANGED: ROOSTS."' POSTMASTER AT"Mun-J. 8."Warnr -,

: musical mind Wicks-"There" that I art perch will D> uncomfortably1'crowd; AasisTANT, POfl'1'lL8'rFran, 'P1, roe. .
;' t1rWe' handle exclusively SOUTLIEldf. AND ,VEGETABLES. account*' for;it t' ;J always hare won-, ed, while a portion of the loner u 1*} *.' \

'..t.: Bay outfight or handle on commission.. Send tour Price List .and tlteneiis. j1er.d.,why it{ Ua*** KO easy for people to i.1 I unoccupied. The :fear of .dangerwllli\ .fSTATE,(OtaeesagTallahauee.fl.J OFFICERS: vI . :
play upon/nim, :- t o Transcript. prompt fowls to seek the \.i8'hest.ro! *" .1Jovu5o :"w'm.D. j.
II : : Bloxtuun.or ., ;
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i' DEFERENCES.:-United.State.*Trust Co.' 'Traders Xatfona il Bank,and,the trade \in genera).: -A Spectacle.Professor (nf: ronomyr:1Jow -' ing' place ,If thests.are'lgeL. no SroaxuaY: STATE;--Jno. ll. CrswfonL ,. ',

if. 1..Aprll,3mo.bL"T': .., \\/ 4 : roanj of the'planet can injury from get'ng'down(; and off'will, _, 4 -"*
be seen with the naked_ eje?"- Little I :occur*, and the ,fowls will :not crowdone 'CostrraonLE6-Wm. UReyDolJ.e.. .
t. Oirl' :"! don't knovt sir. We have no another The arrangement shown; Ta2.L8trRu-4:'B. '': ltf16ld. 'a!
\ : .' .naked eyes in fto -ton"-ChicagoTrib- herewith, is-a convenient one. Make,a', A'noany.QaD.AWm. :e'Lamar.; ;:
rML4: tM une. I tight platform 1,!/ feet from the floor tocatch 8t'PUINTUVi.'ft' PuKLIO, iMSTBTJOr i
;1 1Disappoint '
} I-- + nail J s, toss WmX.Sheata.CouuiaaiaaioHXR . Ji
1 ,/- .-"1 thought you said droppings. unc.the edge AOBlctJL1'11Bz'-L J
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strip three to .
[ would,meet'great}traveler,',said a one by keep droppings"from B.Womb well. :--
) .scattering and golng'on' and off.-1: I '
attend .\ platform arranged in this tray fs"conducive ADIV1'U'l.Gma.ir.--Pa' Houston "

>, :BUSINESS aoi)RESIDENCELOTS v :. here, ?" inquired: thc late comer., ,"I, to cleanliness, as:tlfe.,fowls. wilL SUPREME COURT JUDGES: .. (I

;; ; ' donH think soY I hav'tn't seen any century not step in the manure,,and track, .It: R. P.Taylor, Cadet Jostioe.F. .. .

-- medals out anybo y."-Washington over the floor' Place the roosts afootabove .'B. Carter,-Asaocuts JasUc '

., , Star. j" \ the platform and rest.them firm ,M.1I. Mabry,' A BaocUU Justice.Commnnleatiou .\ .
; ly in:a slot or mortise. Make t1iim't: to of the State .
-The Bras of Criti s.-< I often marvel any ,,
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( .,,1". rt' ," said Pennitgton thexauthorf "at two:by three scantling,rounded on the 1! Officials Snpmaa Court Jadgca aboald
.:4 ,t' Now 'ForvSalelm :' ..... ;i:' these critieswhoIn'an: ;hour's tfme blast upper,side, planed perfectlTamtiotb'so' be addreased to TitllshaaeeeFlorida.U.S.SENATOR '
that the fowls "ill'Dotbe.Jl1celyto get;
work '
a Dyer w41cls'we'authors have :
:" splinters in their feet. Smooth'roosts : ROM FLORIDA_ .
spent a.year.. replied.Caw&tlk.who t
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had. tn are easily cleaned anddo n|lt harbor Ron. Samuel Paaco, Montlceflo, Fla. .
read;"Pennlogt n'& latest, I, lice. should be far enough Hon.. ::Stephen R Mallory,'TallahaaMa,.
The'perches ; .
when
minute them
I Prices Frog to Lot a "ould'sumce to :

$100 $1,000 : :say all, that'1s' 1J .sary.-Philadel-,, I Ii or apart 15 inches to prevent is about n:6r North ean.
i phia ADl@rJ *: UNITED STATES ,.
CONGRESSMEN,
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.. .. Allow one, foot on tbroost for;each:
: ccortll g' to fowl of the large breeds a.nd'len'' for they 1 : Fntsr ;DiBTBJori Embracing the-.Eart: : 1
Ilea and,Horace Killed 1st Omttlml ,
I small breeds.-Farm and Home. .Coast-Bon. B.: W Parit, Falatka .f
t : II' In regular battles.the proportion of \P :5 1 .' -PM- :- SEComBcm:: ,8. M.Spark j\!\

,," > '! I ,hiss ,among, ,mend| and1 horses. ,,la quite:' II*,WM OberrnU i man,,.Tampa; t :.-,,'
4 'faire r' s'Railroad close and in hand-to-hand combats of Woman of,the World (to jouthf; ul admirer .;' -
1 fo the Florida East Coaxes will be refunded to .- RAILROAD COMMISSION! :
Miami aver Railway -
cavalry
: ,a.well: Ss. in sharp artillery en )-You seem to know a great,
i11 'each purchaser of a lot; provided purchaser will produce receipt' for inch' fare, which.' ". ;man killed, or .abon married.life. ,Are yon married? R.' H. M. Dividton, JaIac7PU O6"a t 1
\11 receipt will bk received as oaeh in part payment lot. : ?
: : fir .
; .wouaded.theredaaiao a dumb warrior Youthful Admirer, (with a blade air). .U. .Day.CrainiTiU :,'

1; / ,}\Cairon: JOHN B. It L"Y-Agent, ;of entitled honor.,to, a The piecebeiide Light brigadier him on at the Bala-roll -No-but. my: father w -;is!-i Tit-Bits.- .*..,. .., .J.John iL Brran L .N e1er.;Kisdnmee.Jr.v Clerk.,. Arcadia.*. ..-. .fo.'J'

r ."- -' \ -' .Port Dallas .Land Company, Miami. klava rode.In'660,|not'600) strong and '< Bare l cueatJcn .. ; ::-. it.fieadqtxutera and statute et the .Board' ,1
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"Those photographs must flatter ::1-
-* lost 288 men but the 660 horses 360 : :
J E. INGRAHAM Yice-Pres't' , ; Nbf _
't IQr.. >. her" '
; were slupt down the Russian ; '. 't
by guns 'f _UNITED STATESCOMMISSIONERS,
*WhY '
;.", ::1:1GUI&:,<<, _: ft :Dallas Land Jo'St:!: ,,_Augustine, In rtihe fierce charge*of the German Uhl ,"She's ordered" another dozenfrom'. John'B.. feelUy aal Wesley. JL FutAatMiamL AI
ans and OuirasSierB.'at.Vion.\'iUe/ ,Man r '
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the same Chicago Becord.sizer'Straight
negative \
: ']s Tour, in 1870;'"i4oo; men'' and':1,600 ? "'" 4

ft' ; Littl6-Bros ) liz :: 'Phospfi.aI6Co horses. were killed and-wounded. ',In the I. Miles of LIB* F.BC*> I" "SENATOR FROM I3TH DISTRICT: :-t:

; r&R ; fierce artillery coniest on the same Reid ;Maj.f.Clapp Indian-' agent at: Pine (Embrsl bi Prrrard and< Dade Oonatits.Hon. -
730 men and "overt' 1,000 horses fell Ridge agency. has 'flnUyarranged fort E. N.. Dimick, Pain B ach. :.,

l .t, JACKSON (ILLE, FLORIDA, mound-the: guns. jJAt Gravelctte; soon : complete settlement of: the late '
REPRESENTATIVE
after Mars-la-Tour#,, the artillery-fight[ : trouble between the. cattlemen ad join DADE COUNTY
\ Ing was'also,terrible, and'1,300.horses', ing the reservation and the.Indians of -"Pr.'B.B.:Potter... ;"of West Pala'BaashI,: -lJI
were shot'"down ,the batteries the agency over the question of stray I - '.. .J
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around
\1 I \ Hannfactnrersofy Higli-Ia! r .Fer1i1zers.F r : ,t'oo'ugh'helosso; : : (the artillerists'was: : l. cattle on the reServe.' For several year ,{ COUNTY OFFICE 1& .. ? :M t

> ,less titian, 1,000.-Oui'Animal Friends.< it has beenthe practice ,of several,of County dne--Ltfea E.Baracr.kitmL Joao.County :,
the: larger! :';cattle .companies to-.drive Attorn 'y-rB-.Taylor r

s -:- ,. .- .... :, BXR rsantiABEI.., ,1 PErxa' :J.YJ.1s.: their herds:over: the line on\, otherer"ercatioa.to 'Clerk Circuit Coon and.Beoorde' of 'it"
"; ;. Growers .should use the ..Best because the: best .: avoid taxation.. OthercatUe .Deed*-A.F. "
7ft.t .F.1ize. ; is Ohillingwortb '
BERNARD ABEL di CO; :Sheriff-R. ') :West .i
hare
drifted br from; :
"t" she cheapest. ,r' .. strayed their own ,
Palm Beach._ \ ,
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'.. : .' ''t, ranges Agent Clapp thinks that future .'CiUeotot .' ",
: Tax.-T.J. Bardae.Co.coanutGrore.
z vLittIeBros: :; ;, Yegetable :No.l$ .and :Little! ;:Bros Tomato I .\VashinRtcn '&; Jajr St.:, Yew York.,': .trouble will be avoided; The stock I'J j '.. :.

;arc; ; 'Br l II Twenty:years' recorder. promotnesIlabm- men have'been. notified to dine their' i.A88es&OrafTue-1G.C.Hdaht, Wait a
.- ('.a .!,;": . .:Special: .!areathe. Best' :ands-on,the rI .!-'ty Bank,and,'New best prices.York; and, 'tnsaY'FlorldagrowersWhose Irving National I['stock. from the, reservation--\and hare : . | ;

,- .. : tri market: for tomatoes.:, ';r I products we selLSend a.postal. for coyrrct L,been.vt'arned,to keep them oft, The d-- .'\Treasurer. F. Lamood-West Palm -.,;
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I e....':.-.-. . '. c _. .' .. \\1. market Information.! ueb-tf-h.ss [ partment.-has';decided to'build a' ;;fiver Beach. | '.. "t

.:; ,,' -'wAi.'.,_--.',j IbHN'ELLIS.: 'Agent!': The-HxTKoFOLis: i.the.best advertising -'',wire' fence the'length of ,the'ieer'al SnTTeyorFrankbn Sheen West,Palm :
Beach..
'I''I'l I I L'tionn. 60 miles: .It is' to.beT;built in thespringvebraska ' 1Io :
medium .
the east -1
; on coast. +'
0. County Superintendent of Pnblia Intrndion -
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J'! : ;.. -.N. W.Pate,. Lak* Worth,Chairman.f .:1
-- : G. W. Limit Film Beach.* :t
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)r''th MI .: \SouthernRailway I :; ':.u f W E. .J I;:. Wb1t Shone;;X Goeoannt>moo'';Cit7.OroT.' 1,
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: ;fj ) { .1p-.1111 w.8.TIllJ rt',',Hobai; Sound. 7.
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: .r .. ; .. <' : : r. :; \ MOST. 'EXCELLENTSEK7IOE. lI' EVER. :OFTEIED' .- OUT.. OF. FLORID'. .., !f(Kabt: efu* Dade swtotb rCooutlei.} . :
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: ;. r" ". 1 I '.jCircmt_Judge.John 1>,'Brootna. ., .Orlando J
: 1\1: !Terminal ' Dey.lop'the." as.. !'a. : NORTH, EAST, ..WEST.THUOTJOH ..v { : : : | -- .,:/
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I ,, ',i -. .'. f.' 'Prosecuting..' ,,Attorney-J...D., B (?gs, ,"
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?i '. J" ,; .. '. - MAN'DRAWING>> : KOOH, 'DINIKO
r PUL CAB3; .OATS, f Clerk of CoQ rtA..P,Qalnby,J ao .:;

L NORTHERN,: PORTION OF THE t 'tx. THOBOUOHTABE_ .COACHES. ,.VESTIBUL.. : D TIULUJS.. $. I Ii Fall Term of'Ctrcnit Court convene '
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: : on Tint Monday Monday
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a "NEW YORK ANn FLORIDA LiniTED." , '. .... First' after
-' a. f Sprio0 Term;on Monday. .
: 14 North: .Miami i Lots ,are>Dnly half.a.t mile from the,:New, .!.*., 8olld traia of Vettfbul Pallma Drairlaf. 'Boom, Compartment,. 'ObMrratloB. ., sat. Fourth-llonday in ApriL' -
Dining Cars totWMB St.Augustine sad K w York without ehaagt: i

.ir k ..Terminal,_ or.'a-few. minutes'!;' walkr: :;Size..60x100 f' ?WASHINGTON AND ,SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED.". >' .>* ':!: "t\ *DADE. COUNTYCOURT.-

', Cot Throaeb TestlbQl DraWtn.1toom SlMpinir Can'btltweu Tampa ant 2T.wvl :Toek : Judges-Allen K. .Jnno.
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of County Hvyser.
in re'ar and .
Alley everylovt. ; :
:. '. ': . breezy ( JacuoBvill,S&v nB li and OolTunU wtthou'cUzaIL't
it Prosecuting, R B Taylor, /
t Attorney ,_.
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..' __ ''., -' ... locatIons' .;' ,-, UNITED, STATES! FAST MAIL. :. ... :Miami. .. ;:
"ie. r' .: ., i' ., .' .Pullman Dmrtmg-Boom Raft 81..plnj Cars b.tw..a Ja k.'onvUl.al 1str. .York Winter Terns--First Monday: in Jura-, ".'
I' '" Embracing Charlottcivllle," :; x '"".r : '' ary.4 '
+ i : PRICES $5O.OOTO75OO ,Lyncbbur? ilr.t '
Monday .
,k | > Washington Baltimore'and, Philadelphia.) Spring 'Term in -
*. s Summer Terns First Monday ft July::
.1 irU : -v th i X .' : ; "CINCINNATI- AND FLORIDA LIMITED." ;,\ } : :Fall.Term-=First; Monday in October ':,
may he had cheap. They'willf ; = Solid Yettn>ol.d tr u of Pnllmui DrawiJI-Room Ble.pt .Can ind Tint QAM Thor '-----.. t- :
'worth'.double few eaehfars.Coach rtm&Uf Uirong witkftCincinnati \ kaaf. tiw, ...a. sad CUrfa .
>; JMkaoavUM OiDEQAI..aVILLE ,
a tNew.Terminal U.8.LAND FLA
'months .
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be : hence when the as L -
'. : :; : : .' , . 1. a -" '_: U. O.'Wain wright,Beceiver.J.it.Barco q

\ js. .completed ..Easy,' Terms. : \ : .Also Through:Pullman. Sleeping Caw'to ,, 40 ., .' I .. ,,. ,.Register. .< r1

. : ;. '" rs via Columbia. and AsHeville; Through, 'the .. -

i ,. '< .,J Bobbins. & graham,, '. :,; k' :t-,- 1 "LAND" ,OF' THE, -_''..SKY." ":., 'I ': ;, ,'. I' :.. /1] r ESTABLISHED: 1886.S. \..\

'" V.Throng a1 3 to 3I '>, Atlnvt ,
It Sinalachan. sad Xt&sudtT.
per Utapbls
._. \: 1' 2July97-tf-f. -fs. ; t pVEBitbST qi TICEj, .i-:' Ana.to Ch tuuo ck.Ux| ,_rtl!e tad fit :;Lonl*.;.,,'. 3- :.' 'f:. >/... .' :- ..-.: ':,uN .:,.:L.. Storer & Co.. 'l
". 'r. , -A. I J ' -3 *. j t; r< r '. -Socceuori: ten ...
ti' -. ;' 'Imported.. tta A1>.)o, fl per oxv S10 pejpoand. : 'For detailed mformat1'uao ratty.'Mh dult.. s!..plnf ou.resamtlas, ,'ate.,'acplYto\. :1 :' CBAFKU. a STQXU, =yholeea1e r j
: ", i .'. .. Florida grown,one rear bits '* -.3'.'''. &' agent of tb.botrruK ]UILWAT' or IM ooaatttion ," -" : :.; '':, ':'" : Defiers J:
-- S Sumatra.7S s per ox.to '7 JO nr lt>. )1lIDufU'turltl *, Commlwlon and Shippers
.' ,' t :8' .Leaf Tobacco *Jo pt,os., '4 rr Ib.. FIELD AN D L. itt Street i brillk-;; :" .,5 ,o( aU kinds or, ";
+ GARDEN-SEED!: 3-Corn ReM VarUdeaTOcrrq i. 8HIPMANJ Florida Pass. Aft, Veit Baf >
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:a; '..iO RCQO e . port paid tles.5eprg,fl.60 per,|L-oatpafdx273.-Ireigbt not-fteiihr p.ilL. or Sug ex:1, J. ;){.:pULP.. : f. .w A.
.. ,v presiaot'prcpaio. Cucumber,hoe per lb post pl<: 0... ... ...'. ..L ties.Par.AIt.,1 .
1 Turtle.
,. Eceuh.3O perlb past \&d r":Pearl JUUet,the beet fodder crop,25c it),poet ald..In IoU of .a. ,f WMhl a.; -, Lobster and. , :.
.. -t ,1Iot ,. & \.jseprlb. AU other seeds at e niJlT'nauced rat> I I. afl.7t.2.89! '*"- Conrifsments Solicited. :: \ "
';''- '" Stock Food roo per pkL s nternational" Pooltry. l'oodel5C rpkif, ]UCAMXBOV"ou". : yi' rY -2' :-:' *
1.'ii.-.'' tl.JP.kl..' -: ri, Jecksonvilloli7a. d Udee-ljr*'' If TOXtepi TIsl XazktV!(.? -

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. : THE MIAMI METROPOLIS; APRIL 8, 1898. ,, t '

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:t North Miami'Town! Lots The PERSIMMONS Deruam\" for'"This IN Pratt SEASON.Umlt -d MIAMI. PAIN?\ SHOPT. THE PEACOCK INN, : '


Here, But Increasing : I
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Slowly. -LOCATED ON .
''td\ Ranging in Price From $30 to $150. Most of the persimmons consumed J. WEAVER ,ROP'R. . I' --

A Selected Lit hEre come from Florida.' There was atime House; Sign and : CarriagePainting BJ5CAYNE BAY
of
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; ; Bay Biscayne Property.r'ruit . when sime persimmons from ,,I,
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TratU: and Cheap Lands lor Investment Staten'Island in this state wire sold Five milesi south of Miami.

Frost-Proof, Bearing Orange Gro\es. here. The pe simmons from the more ", t The oldest and largest hotel
m. on the
k | No. t Phosphate Lands. northerly states are ripened by frost; |: for the Bucayne Bay. Headquarter Bar Yacht
those from Florida 1
and
California I
I by v CloR
Choice Property of Every Description; "the suo'. Th4 persimmons from the ,
Lacncii '
Daily Steam
\ Cona8eUOD.Wlt1a lIam
MOST DESIRABLE LOCATION ;ON BOTH THE EAST AND more northerly states are wild,.those Decorative Wall ; i
Paper
. from the southern Hanging a apeo- Rates Per
states
\ nearly all cul- 12.00 Darand Upward
: "WEST CO\ ST. tivated. : salty Graining, IIard*wood, FiuiaL- -
f Special Rates the
by Week.
II log and KaJs mInir. All work ". aCIIII

; '\f E. A-, "Wct
y' martf-if. I. Ciaml.\} '1a.r number received are of the Japanese D and 9th 3t, MIAMI' FLA.. COOOANUT GROVE, FLA..
-1 ariety. The cultivated '
-- h persimmon is 7may97 ljr-h/. .
;: .<< 1J 1\\.' less puckery than the wild persimmon, &'Open All heo TwiT.'r, -1'1 r

and it grows larger Some cultivated -

persimmons grdW to be as big ad good-

.t': \ izea A few.orange persimmons' come from Florida ,Do o You KnV\\ :a Goo Tbjng1oto ,

in the epnngtiut the great supply

.,, t comes in the fall, beginning at.about Then you HAVEN'T SUN FIT .IDA, or you would BS HIKE. f ,. }t.
.J the middle of September and lastingnn. Are you GROWING\OLD? Of stoma,i eo ABS WE, 1 ,' }

til about the last of November. The But not so fast; because oar,MILD CLIMATE, \ 4.,
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persimmon la ndt fit to eat until it is With its WARM, St1. 811IS1' Txirg and' LoS COOL Trianra : '
.'i' 1 lead after Makes LIFE WHATI rr, oVaaTTO '
: ripe, and that It spoils rapidly .' 32.'t fj : / ."
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;, ; it is very susceptible to handling. Do TOTJ ..
LOVE rtowzKa froita and
vegetables ? CYai. ire. .0.-:
1 So do
sit ,
L f lSQ yFtr Itipe fruit if it Js 3to be sold at all,must Buy A HOME on the EAST COAST, ', J. '_ e

'. be sold,at' once. In the earlier part of. WHEHK you can RAISS TOCB'.()war_ 'j, 'r <" -. ;"
.,;' .., the season with a plentiful supply In With the LEAST LABOB and EXPC Z. J:'t.!
r" the market, and the demand, as it Is '
c6 Do '\ :' ,
... N 0I comparatively limited, persimmons you DBLIKK WUTTEB ? So do.'WL- '::: :', ,1'
\ are Then FLORIDA .
cove TO 8'1')1'
we're
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often Miry cheap here, and they 5-y 1. t
maybesold We have
ecBT-BATHiso.
r on the Cast side.: awnoaxa.:*and auLzs ALL THE TzAa3amtn'Aar' .

I i 't.1 4. The persimmon: J"highly esteemed by TOTJC interested nr ,ra ? \ } . '. .fJ
connoisseurs. ir so, wx are interested IN 1'017. i.
: It is sold in the ;I
1 '- Zork very A UNK to OUr ADDBESi: 'Addreq'DRAWER."M-
finest of fruit stores, and late .
-.1 1, ; in the Will Do wo.(Dzna. SAINT AvovauNEFLoaina. r.
season fine .
persimmons command a rng19-tt 7 .}j
C
s r high price selling frequently fo> halfas J ' .. :'t.
'l much again as 1 fine 'oranges But '!;

(% even.at such pricesjit is doubtful if the The Lemon Hotel;MMDATlE JQ N T. .ut. ;
(W1 i I dealer makes anything, owing,to their ; City bltnager. ;

delicate .
t 'nature; and the constant liaKHIfv
. I ;;;;.-. } +n lose ftn them: '. COUNTY, PT\A...''nw TWm ATT.AWprn, ona ai'_. = .li
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The total receipt Qf persimmons( here : Avery pleaaant location, near'the Depot :#.
Large, Well tared
SAFETY COMFORT 1) QUICK ,TIME I.! LOW ,RATE amount to only a few hundred'boxes ,Grand View of'',Biacayne,Bay. '' 1 i rooms ,

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annually ,somewhere ,
Tincst Cuisine between 500
t and Service. Ko Transfer Bet ween Jacksoniille and New.York. and Good Hunting
I 4 The Fleet competed Of the folio wine Handsome New Steel 3teamerr 1,000 boxes. The demand for them Is and Fishing. Accessible to Ocean Beach .. . .

Comanche (n8'1), s Algonquin! ,, i .Iroquois, ',i Cherokee, i Seminole. Sun.slowly Tmt, '' steadily. !!\ growing. N, Y Good Table and ,all the 'Comforts. Qf 'Home "
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: ;f NORTH-BOUND] : "
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.. AT VERY MODERATE -
V Steamers ate appointed to sail according to the tide. Floating Island of the 'pa.abe.) PRICES.
From Jacksonville,Fla.; {caUlug at Charleston), f tiundays,Tuesday and Thimdays. An Island of the Danube,called Engel '
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From ,
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quiet
Charleston. C '
: : delightful place\if or famili ".- Write
MondaysWedne.4ar.andFrWaya for
<< terms to
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Pidunent begat .
For" hours of sailing tee "Clyde Line" Schedule,or 3ackson ville and.Charleston daily pa efl. near one day In May, rto.

'{ SOUTH-BOUND.1 1S10 to float, andmovfd a distance of 80 MRS.. JOHN T. :..

V 8teaniets ire.ppotteb to sail Iron Pier 29, Etat.Hirer hew"York it 3 m follow: miles before it stopped.. -Chicago' < \ CAREY; ,;
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Charleston.S
Co; :.r '" < Mondays. Wednedays .Chronicle. iVery'Likely s-mo LEMON CTTT FLA.
t F or Jacksonville, FU4,; ',. ,(ctlllnf at4.htrlestonl_ Mondayi, \7edneidey and and FrWayi Frld.,.. I . ,,


,F Clyde New_ ,England; and South._ D' Lines, ( ,t) Little Elmer (who Is fc great* reader- The

''t' .-- 1., -. f "v Calllcy at Charleston, S:C., both',!arl. Pa r" | } PlahtSystem.Perfect .

: STEAMERS "DELAWARE" AND.''QEO. W. .' Prof. Broadhead-Well,my son? "
CLYDE.
Little Elmer-.Pa, do you suppose Passenger\ ; t
"f ? Are appointed to sin ai followi: . : er'y'lce.l
Prins Joot.ClI..Bojlf' 8tr.et;JackiooVM f-, 'A From Levels Wharf. Enoch Ardcn waited till be was sure t.
{ 4 I' ,fT',.*T AY8...* j *- > \1\ FRIDAYSGLYDE'S ; Boston, that: his wife had married again before Reaching I the Most Important ;Points, in GeorWBt.Alabarnn ; -
- - -- he came back?-Judjre4F \ South'
Carolina. Florida.
ST., JOHNS 'RIVER LINE.. :Cuba. .:andOVEost

i- ?.s JOE BABY LINE) N Oya Snotia.In .. J ..

,;Jacksonville. -,.. ..:Palatkat, ,'Sanfc/rd:.Jtnlerprise \\fF'! : and Intermediate .c ptRi RI1 Sp1end1d.: _:B. : "te1s' -.
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Landings on iAt ;St.: Y( h''S4\Rlv\ I r
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?,:. .. . ., I' ..;,.CAFT. 1'r A.", 5HA.Wt- '1 : Shortest Line P1forlda and all f-ik -- -
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;- '. 'Ale:; appointed to sail as follows
Northern i'
{.eaves Jal.'kljnv;;;, ..\....... a. ...-.,,.:. undays, Tuesda; I and, I Points.. L.w j
.Betarning leaves. Habfoni...;,>-..-....-... ........Holidaysedmsdaya.. and Thnrsdsvs.Ft1dar a at' 8 900arSUOfl .:30 p ni.i-.' Everett, Srannah," Augusta! ; 'G* Co Il1, iln i1 rL ,

.BOUND ," ., -. ,, :NOJtTH.BOU b. lumbia, Washington, \Baltimore, = !
SCHEDULE .
Bead dnwu' : ,
I Ifrnd Philadelphia, New: York,' rt
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.eave. 8:10p.m. .L. . ... ....... '.JACK NVlLLE _.. ;i.. .. . up Boston and the i ,
'884! ... ... . . MrhOOa.JB.
r. p.m -.w ': .j Palatka . ;.', . : . Lease 8OOp.m. East i

i 'i.,; : so a a.m.l: m. .. .:: : : ?.: :.,::::, ;.St\: ;:,,;.:..,. .. ::. : '1L'. :. . . :: ff: p.: :: Everett, }M&con Atlanta! Cbattanooga.
.. . , . ; : p Nashville LtJulnill.
\,':,. '-. <..lJere lordDeLand14.) 12 toO hn. ,CIDclnll 'tl and Chicago 1'; -.. {
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OO .. Everett
BlriulaKbamHolly
I a m. Blue : , > 8priuxt, Item
jArdve-I30.;m. . ,.t..I'J.\\1" '"".- nfor4 HprtllU'I". ... .. . .' .". .. 11 00 a. m. pbl.Little Hock,Kana..City BL' Louts, Ctlca.o .
t'.i\ 't.a.m. :. .. .. . ...:;........ .:,Enterp l e.+,.. .::. ':..I.\.; .,. . . 99)900 .a.m..m.krirta.'Pasaenper ; Hirer, Sioux Junction.City. Penaqola| Mobile I ,,New Or.. t y'x

( arid Ticket Office/2O4 treat Rd l Street. .JackaortviIle.W fic leans Coast, Tezai. Mexico.t. California. V :and the,Paci

: tc:.:, WARBURTON: -T.'P'-A. 'W N.. :HENDER60N. i. P.-' \ T. a.: EOER. T M.. NEW EFFECTIVE YORK Exmtss JAN.So.\38,':23,1898.Leave,Jatktoarllle .' = Y 7 .:

-t"-.'-' ., II. aowl.l..& .t.UstN, 1r'roa ., 11 ::isa: m.,with Through Pullman Sleep 1Jtj-,
.. t I en t-ftvannan.Columbia. \\ .,
tr.. IRONMONGER. Jn A '" "YJI
FLA P.
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oINO'"L HOWARD I afEuterD:
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-.Art WeatSllatrnt" .jicxsoxviLi wr tumors, bilidelpbla; New York and
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ofHocan I frolnti. Connects for Frrnaudlna. Return a tlatel. ; : I
.. .- 1 Train No.H7 reaches JacksonTllle V:25 p. m.

: D. !' City I" is: So.ptll Ute.,: "J lI4elp I.. 1 7.ti r looTllle3 New Yon:00p.FAST ID..dally.oriam MAIL No: 56,points Leave north.Jack' r; r .

i. Carries Through ! per. Jacksonville to N'ew tho, Whet f nnaf Racrfrkft nf Plrtrlrln *TL*<;I
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.York. D..mrwn., .fi( _11'1'J.1r..I11.__ O..trla.w '
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YOEK ASO FLORIDA .uxntn.--t--'Vo.' 33 THE PLANT STEAMSHIP :LINE.i )
G or. ia. Florida l Leaves Jacksonville 12:10 p' m.4aJi! except: :
g outn.ernand R Sn&day Arrive Brunswick (via Southern By.) Steamers
y. 815 p. m Savannah, 349 p. ni;: Colambla Plying; between: Port Tampa, :Key West and'Hayana !
'In Charlotte 1140 i
p. m P.1II Washington,
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"SnwaDnee> .tfa. m.,, lBaldmore,11.05: : a..m.;; Philadelphia. ; RIJern.tet. t to All Points and West I19p.ii New York i53p ro No. Si return : 11

: : Njrfl 2 arrives JO p Jacksonville. 1.10 pr m.. j.St., Augustine. B.., w. WR NN; ,_ '- ,H..C.lfcFADDEN, :,:

+ Operating the Celebrated Cry iWattAxD J.cssovvuu, No;88. Leave PRBB.- TrafflgMalisger:: ,Ara't.Gen'l Paso: Agt.
,.. .., .' F : Jackjonvllle 8:00 p. m..-via Everett, Macon, .r 'SQvannah. O-a. : ' .
'. FLYER" ".QUICKSTEP. AtlentaChattanooga. Connect(Or L ulJY11Ie. ; '
-DIXIE' .: and; " Nsshrille.9t.Lonls.Chlesgoand all Northernand .F.U'JOLLY. Diria u'puae1lPfAlZfntpJackSObtille'Fia.-, ", ..
t: 1O f : : : trett Tj point. Returning.. train arrives '
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Jacknonvllle 8:40 a.mAiHKTiue ; < : ;

r. 'Ti7rne Table ,No. 68-2i2azch 3d; .9s_ a Ing car service RoCTETbrongh.PullmanSlee tor Cincinnati via Savannah-,
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. Columbia. Hot Sprlnej.' Knozvllle, 7TMallory; Sl amship .Line
*tee:
NORTH BOUND . .r' ;: ''. +u1kziD : \SOUTH 1 BOUND_ North throuahthe Carolina' Leaves:Mountain Jacksonville Country 800 p.m.oi I :: '

,J 'Dots: .' Arrive* Cincinnati 715: ..m Returning arrives
STATIONS. : .JiLtD vr: Jacksonville V:20. .m." tr'
...ofXI ,, "QUIC a .... . ,' '''DIXIE Only line through the beautiful hill country t1. ) iiL I Y. & ? 8. 8. OO) '
"QUIC5- .
FLYER. STEP '. ; of Middle Florida, PeuI&t'C la..nd Escambta '
; FLYER ..!!!!:: Bay, leave Jacksonville:25 a.nu by No. 2 dally "
1&$ J' x .:.:...... II 15 x Leav,:;::.._..JtALATu.Ar Ye t { .. ..... : for Lake City, Live Oak, Madison, Jtonttcello.
A ]I ,3P 11 Fla.
9'154\ : .4..9 03, .. ., .,.....L k.CU1 ......,. .. -, .. .. ..;. Tallahassee;'Kiver Junction Pentacola, :Mobile Key West %CT N6W'{ York
: : : 6'5 645
.. -. ...".... ..: '. u. Sew Orle and the ,
JI10"' I :. .1101 e ,....' :......._...6 .,... {. .60. nr southwest.MexIco .
". 1. M ',AI -.;..... 12 II) :a. II .Tet.:.. ".;......TtttoD..... ..,'.ArriYe 310 .:.-.:... 315 p ri California and the Pacific Coast Carries Sleepers .' '
!=6OU r-II.......... :lOAllLe.vev J4CXS01iV1l.LBu"Arrive. .Y.; .' ,Return No. 1 arrive at Jacksonville 7e3Leaves. The magnificent_ steamers q'tbia j line are apjpolateJ Jo lear! *
250aY .. ..;::. ,.11 ......: '. .... .. ..... 'l4lO.X..m.\ r if a. k ""
115, p .h :1"UWD ;.t.- _100: .,.. ...... $10 .
.... \ Jacksonville 9:85! a m. for Starts, : #I
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: 425:t: ;..:,;:; 4 a3 : :.jf:..::.Macon..+.s.'S..I,,..;,....?:11:i3 i L r.j.Y, .:;::: : irU iPA. .a x Cedar Ilawthorne Key' WIldwood,(, Lcesbbrf.t Ocala,GainesrlU lav'are*., Key West Every Saturdays : ; '

:.; ,.1...... 830 :. ... .' i Y ... .. Apopka,Orlando Lac ochce. Dad City Plant ,,
I 25 ,11 .;........ J 1&.&\. Le.Tett..Atlanta......:. .Chatt.Door. -.Af"Yt t 150" 1 ............ a 1110.rs, Y City,Tampa Arrive. Jacksonville 3:65 p. m arriving. :In- ;NEW !YORK following 'TnNday. Service ,and 'eccommalitfoni J
.5S .. :'..:... 140 Arrive l..NASHVILLE..Leave 940'a' II ........ :. 1010 r 'x Nashllle Route-Tbroogb Pullminj}Sleeper -.0 atrictly fiwtcUea.VIA '
''1 W r 11 ...,......? '1 :ei A a.' .\.........NA.&KV11.LX......Arrhl 865 Y. :::;::: g" .Via'Everett,Macon 'dtlantaChattanooQa.. PORT.ROYALy8.O t{ t

.741 1240! .1.11 '.H'...:..r.'.1. 73'126 p' Y IArrlvl Leave.-ltvapsTille.Arrlve..._. .sc, Lout.....'.. .. .Li>ILV.. II ro liS i']I "r'1..;.";:.''i'". .210 7bs,,1 xdl v Leave;40 Jacksonville next -m. 8:00 p.,m... arrive, .NaBbvlileS -' From Brunswick] to "New York
p <
"' ]I y',"'\, 12 A Mr PSVC.:.N .:.. Atrly! .r......,. S5 4 X Leave Nashvifle KJ'".J21:; arrive f!Jacksonville ; ..
It .s,4'X ...,:...r It IS r. .j"-.,.,::-::.'.",, 'EYan.YIJ1.- .,. .'.'.'.. .';:. .....:... C5 8:40 next am. ' 'i t;' PASSENGER SERVICE ,
or
1M. 'r 885 ... i. ,
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::t. : : iTerr.ltntt : ; _.. .::... t2f1' a:15 a m.-Leaves Jacksonville for Brunswick '
85SX ::.. 81'l4.&rrIY..CKI04GO..LeaYe: z.. :., .a:,.;' 'Mr. by the Cumberland Route Steamer. and Via Fernandlna (F. C.. & P* By>'and : Via Everett and Southern Hallway I ;.

'..400'ax 1 5u ',Y 'tt!.,....:.... 'l 05. MLe.n'r;' : NASHIIILL= ....=.Arrtn 45.' JC ..(.;-" '''' 8 2) p x .Cumberland Sound. .., Lv.Jackson.tUej\.......... ........ .. 8 .! ,h., : "
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: ..1225 xArrive..L.1.uIsvjUe.! ..'..,.Leln 5651: I ... : : p.m-Local for EYfretLClo..4eonnee; r. bonYm..I .. .,Ji..4CO pm
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05 4I\( .f.;.. .. .10 ,IArrtye.i.; ..;.CI dnD.t1 ... ....Lf'art 11110 P tl .. ..:"_".. 11 00 s Y .r tion for Brunswick 8 Otte.at. and quickest AfcfeVMWlrta Lv.FernandinaJ-,....--: .<.".?. .,,.......1.5 t..lBt !Brentt...................-. f-4J..e4iJ: pm

ri; "DW r: .. 'triID between Palatka 114 M.eod. ass p. m.Local for Tallahassee' und tour t '< D&1ly ezceptduaday. .r. 8 runsw 1 c .i'...._..,,..............?M. pa
Jacksonville & and'opertea through .
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Vay Coaeh between .n4' Atlanta, and also Pullman BnIIet mediate points ," d TT Passengers allowed on hoard for 'r" < t .
between -
10..rll11 .. Sleepers Jack t:4O'p.: m For Tampa 'sal i l : ''
and intermedia
Dluhviffl "lthnutl'hlUip: also local PROPOSED SAILINGS
total, Sleeper between. Palatkwn4 .M.COD.P.'o point Pullman fc . t =
lenpl'l"n liI.tDln Mseon sleepers. ,Arrive Jacksonville I
Sleeper a until 7 a0 a, m: : Lv:New Yorkpler2lER,1.30 -
tiQt1Cn'lEP"'operatfi m Standard ,
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p Tim
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Pullman Buffet 81. :40 a. m. :; -. .... .. . . ) Lv Brunswick
epen betwHlIlacbonvttJe ant NasbYlUt. niv Friday, Oct I' . . ,
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IIIr'N"IDc.r! In.4pportualty01. setng, the famousFari.BELT" Through Steeper: for Cincinnati via Alb*' Friday . .. . .. . . . .' ,.. . .?. ..RIORANDi.j .:.Friday Oct. R
t -ZIT. IJilDU FAn' Il"Au.' ..by..daylight: also carries viler leave Jacksonville, 8.CO p. m,'arrives Oct..8 COLOBADO.... . .. . ..,?. .,.,.......J'rtd..Oct.l"
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Friday Oct. 15 . ... ... . .. ... . ..
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5 Schednlty Ashevllle -" QRA3DE: ,. ........
= For'further. inlormatton1 Yaps,Sleepin*Car Rcserntions4.te.,address. : For Macon 1:43, p. m. arrives Cincinnati 7 IS a-m., Friday Oct.21... . .. ...ll... ... .... .. COLORADO -. . ; .". .:FtidayOcG71
r. ... : > : .;' ' r\t HUagH.' moi.wsoJi') :# Jnckionvllle -8Ua.lII.Atlanta two and trains 800 p.dally.m., *; Lea!f Friday Oct.. 29....,....:.;............r..t....- BIO OBAKBX. ... ".1'.J'{ ..J'...;..i-;......Frtdsy.OO.29Friday.. )fo"'. I.
: S :4. \1. Gen.' Ali: Pullman Sleepers all nlf bt trains.", "
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'f' : JACksoNVILLE. FLA.G. ; JarSend. for. Ben, Indexed Township Kip'ct ".' SOUTHWIOK ) J
WM. CHECKLELY : yiorloa A. O.: MAcDON N ELL. .(Agt MtlloryLiDa,.I KeyWevtFl&.
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SHAWc: MACDONALD, i .Goner Passenger Aeedi.
CHA8.:DAVIES '
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NflCZ-PMSXDETT ,00.'r .
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J; Jacksonville' ,'.l &. aea'l- AfffcL/m 20 E. B, Hew Tork,'
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-1.. .\\ PARAGRAPHSIj BUSINESS 1 NOTICES. I
GENTLE COURTESY. PUNGENT I '
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r Am English Society Woman.',Who Mad \Ij; The Review.-Teacher-, '' Foi s le.", X"Ladies' .
\ Biff Heart. class, what did the Master tarn the : Two-story1 house hand lot near bay /
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', Lady Camilla Gurdon,in her memories Water Jnto?". Dairyman's .Son-""TheN\ ront. Address E. ALDRICR''eity.I ; anclChlldren's, '
of Suffolk, tells a story of a society !silk, ar.'-Detroit Free Pres. j jt lx I ,\28jan-tf-hj! t NNT, '

't' woman who was sweet-natured and -"Is papa strong as Samson,aunty?" ,I .
Sale."l .
[ generous enough to give the poor of her Why, no,.Willie,of course not." "Well, \ For l'EASTE1
I very best. She used to visit the large, mamma safJ he had you on I hill,hands I Boiler, engines and R.other M. MUNBOE machinery.'J .. .j ;
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-0 {5 dreary workhouse in the manufacturing . f t town near her country home. For, \j-"But. she.married, with'her eyes ;

t J this, site dressed herself carefully int Open, did she not?" "Well, she knowswho !, i. For Sale. Sandals
her best clothes, and wore all Her all'were at her wedding, and how One lady'a bicycle, refrigerator, icebox Oxfords and:
brightest jewels. "For,"eaid Gertrude, they were:dressed."-Detroit Journal ; barber chair and house furniture. -
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t simply, "poor people care much more j "Poverty," said the platitudinous Also".two lots and.buildings for sale, ,'IL: \ e { .
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to see one in one's best things than boarder, "is the Cause of most crime." ] cheap. Apply to Mrs. O. F. Davis, I eat /
-everybody "Strange; isn't it,'*, l-ommented the t North Miami! lapl-lt S \\1 - -

Cheerful Idiot, "how straitened circum*, For Sale. I < L .-
'to old clothes to visit cottages!" stances, will make a man crooked-v I. of fix views of "U.S. S. Maine,": ,

l It} One night, we went. together :,to.a Indianapolis Journal.ItTalkative.'You. ( $1.00-on. in Key West harbor (before SEW.ELLS' SHOE STOF E : .
artv: mv pretty'Gertrude dressed in was in the min- : wreck.- for. in Havana harbor ( .-
every:color of ,the:rainbow, with diamonds trel business, wasn't you, Mr.. Man I I ter-wreck)', one-of Board of :Inquiry .j'
- sparkling 'on h wavy hair and go d"B'hy Johnnie; what makes \taken in ,U. S:,Judge's room at Key IOdec.t, gI mo J' ....

shining about her soft, round throat. )'oji ask that?" "Pa said that if.jou 1! West, Tla., Address ...
As we alighted from our carriage the cold: ? only be corked up, you wouldn't C. S- B. MOFFAT, :
.. prince and princess of Wales'happenedto be\such a.bad sort of fellow."-Cleve- i 25rnch-lm ;Box 1, Key West, Fla.

arrive, and we stood. ide on the land Plain Dealer. I i. Ice cream, it'r Bream, soda,cool drinks DEALER
steps'to let them pass. }tt-Resenting It.-"Cyrus Winterside" fine candies; lunches< served or4 put,up Walter W. PicMord BOUGH and
As usual, there was a crowd of people snapped the indignant wife,as the quarlwax'd' i: for excursion parties at DeBerrv'a.
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to enter the house. A II nprl5-tf.b(and f. DEE38ED
waiting; : poor rtt1 fiercer, "you married me for I .
woman, justlhind vuj was vainly endeavoring myj money, and'jou know it!" Tis ,a .'- -.
!'- ,to lift h. child_ ,A little cripple false\ !*' roared Mr. Winterside, "I \ Boat Lo&t. Yellow":Tine, and :" I
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so that he might see princess; ried you for your amiable ma.r-j I" Drifted from the Buena.Vista Dock .. .
she forward, afternoon last toward Cypress. -. '
but each time that pressed yoq viragor! -ChicagO' Tribune., ,Monday .
a, policeman pushed her back.. The ,i-Metaphysical. -:- Bronco P e t e City, at' white dingey., Close ' . u -
child broke into'n wall: ([thoughtfully--"Wonder not ever be .'inspection will) disclose the name"Lucy
"Oh, I can't sec her I can't see her conic uv Tarantula Jim?" Grizzly Dan I r& Willie" painted m the rear end. ,4. LUMBERSpecial ': : '
[ Finder will please send. information to "
.. You pro raised I ,should see,her, mam-' -"Wy, don't you remember helping try this office. '.
t my!" lynch bIm last July?" Bronco Pete-I : I ,
'-Gcrtrnde''turned quickly. "Give meyourlittle "W*f' uv course I do!-but wonder II Wanted. sizes sawed'to order. Also ,Fruit and Vegetable Cratok. .Let ma: quota:

boy," she said, and she took wot ever become uv, him finally."- I To exchange properties (in the citiesof pi iocs"before yon .buy 'A trial,order.solidtaL.ng20.tf.if. l .

the astonished child in her arms. MIn Puck. _' Muskegon Michigan, and 1 Cincin- COCOANUT ,
: .GROVE" FLA. *
ill hold him up. He can have a much 1 l'' SPECIAL NOTICES., I I nati, Ohio, for South Florida property; L ., / "- ,
better view":here." I Miami vicinity! 'preferred. Address "

With a' queenly gesture, she waved :'For 'Sale' Ch..p: ,A complete set of the dwnerE.: S.iA., Chase;Saint Lucie, "' tlEdRGE ::8'. BARKER
aside the bewildered policeman., The door:and window screens, nearly new. Fla. .': It ,

.r little cripple put his tiny, wasted arms WL W. Faris., lapl-tf I' Wanted.. I II Watchmaker and
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i trustfully about her neck and leaned BOOMS< FOB REKT-Furnished or uu- Boarders at lira. R.- W. Boyer's, :: .. .*.... .
'eagerly forward to see all that_was to 'urnlsbed.Apply to Mrs. Torbett, I south side of 13th street, second door "
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be seen; and when the:sight,was'over, llth'.street and Avenue Bl: 8apl-tf. east of Avenue C. Rates reasonable. i' PerevornteE'Btu.nrtoIuiu;Fz ., ..

.. and.Gertrude gently disentangled her. Musical instruments,sheet music and 1 i' J'1 / .. Repairing promptly and carefully' attended Uv ,All stork gUawttHd.: ..
: self from his poor little Ja.ndsi'to give strings at J. W. Erickson's, Avt'nue'U, 1 1 :Miami to Cocoa Nov6-tf-hr/ A full line of spectacles and eye,''glasses always on LangGeneralContractdr

.. 'him back to his mother, the. child put between. 10th and llth streets. lapl-tf ; If going North and you: bave-a dry '
his to her cheek and kissed dark-brown taste In mouth.Just : -
pale lips :rosy ;your
her. e, lust Said Above and! section planing house mill. on Lumber railroad, wire J. D. Crabb;Cocoa, F>.,, for one fl.ll4i

"Pretty lady 'pretty lady!" be said, in '. who will promptly meet you at the de- .F' d. .
=' ; admiringly fits; mother: broke into.. torrent, of .[ Joan Ivronowitter New tailor, METROPOLIS : pot. | lp-18fab-2mn .n 'e'lr' Blasting., Dynamite,
Building. spring goods jut Fuse and Caps
thanks and apologies, while Gertrude suits from Cocoanut 3
"" I received. Fine $15 to$50.4febtfbs : I Ho For Grove. ,
gathering 'up.. her brilliant' train, and f i Steamer,Lake Worth leaves Cocoanut i Always, ,. on. hand. tt1
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; ;passed into the'"house.-Youth's" Com If :you; want a ewing machine for Grove dally except Sunday, at 9 a, nand (. aides tfh III

,panion. ; cash ''or' installments call on J. W. 3p. m. Leaves Miami 11 a. m. and'I. .
: 'r
yz .". Erickspn, between 10th and 11th streeton 6.43 p. m. Frefght and passenger :
., ""A THRIFTY. INDIAN .GIRL I Avenue: D. '. llfeb-tf' accommodations rt' R.. CIRSEYI t1 LOOK !
J t tf. II Captain.FOK I I .
i Sae, Steered a.'Ed_ atloa.a.d Saved(. *'.Sewing machines. cleaned, re- I' .
:Enonffn'to.Fni-nUh'a Home. pal red,and all "Wor .guaranted, at J.W.'Erickson's.between .j t BEST-Two nicely famished I' < - .
In 1892 the..Segu.* school was built 10th and lltb rooms. Apply=to Mrs. W. H. Weath-
% in street,:pn Avenue D. llfebtfL. This Rocker "
Oklahoma territory among a colonyof r,erly, south_ side 13th street; .
Oheyennesand Arapahoes, considered Wolfe, merchant tailor, has on *i ', -
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among the :wildest,'most backward exhibition a handsome line of spring I, Advertise in THB Ij MZTBOPOMB.' i '. '; -

and noaprogressive of all,the Indians. samples. in fine suitings pat ';
Fortunately the superintendent of the terns. '\The goods are arriving daily. Ii I $1.75and "'r

; ilew sebbol'Mr' ,John'Homer Seger,had I 21Jaotf l i.I SECRET SOCIETIES., I : ..
already gained their confidence in an-: .Oysters'in every style, ice cream, ice I '
cream'soda'\ cool drinks, fine candies i' F.'& A. M,.BlKirne Bay Lodge: of ottier'bargains at .
'other .
.. capacity, so that,when they'w ere ; Free aid Accepted Seasons hoW !
asked to put their children 'in,scaoo! lunches:served or put up for excursion regular mectlni?* n+' the brat and ,. ,
they said that "wou1d.' 'soon parties i at DeBerry's, ,formerly. Bel. /-V-'\'third Mon they as as cher's/ SSjatttf -J' : flue todR' room over the portofflC'' ,
they were weaned., Andthey: carried I. Work usually ocCTiri j henry; meeting iiiehVlrtttng I'
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this out literally. You 'can get one meal ticket, good brethren in good standing are cordIal- UImo'f. ..MIAMI.CORELL'3 .
(f ,..1 Many incidents told for twenty-one' meels (or trade of any lyinvited to.t}tgdMJC. .c&5Os.M.D .W.lI. v'
are
illustrating other klbdl at J. I. Tnrnage's. If not .C.Cr razu.. s.>trcKJJIGHTS "fJ.. i
i the splendid .work: which hasaJre.ady: 11 refund the money. Give i IIIi. /
t bees :accomplished. directly,'and ,indirectly : me' a trial. Next. door to Chinese OF tPYTBIAS.-Bay' His.wck _
: ' by the achool'toroiterithe influ:= l laundry.i myne Lodge b! o. 81. meets every ..- .
:'L t, ecce.'in the community is,equal to the, i/ I 1 Friday eveatne In its totiht MW w t
lodge room over the portofflc*e The t
actual amount,'education. within the -'; Secacd and Third Rants wlU.be
fih't
1'r i i :school walls. -, ,*, BARBOT & STORK . Conferred on the flr t. second, 'andWK.ct I ,
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third anettier nights of the mo"b.Jaxta : eStabffi
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.. ,One of the girl pupils who entered the Eo Featcfa,O. C; Livery.t
school when it opened'has,had quite a. : (Formerly L. Barbot & Co.) "( T.:J..Toa9.X., of R:&'" .

r :remarkable record. Having no previoiueJu'catlon \ Wholcsalelj-rat\ !t and Produce ,
: and leaving her really s=savage ,.. : ? L O.: O. F.-fort Dallas.LD&K'$<>. '.
.. home! for the first demon- COMMON22iPoydsSt.J '11 R llAMS &ZatC.. -%$ ..* 44. Independent. Order of Odd 11t.h. street near Avenue D Miami..
't time: she has ... .. 1 .,;;,,_ .Cfc? night ,m k tI ever/ t\A4lfl94llV ,
ftrated what education La doing aojd s' 1It '1.30 o'clock Jn the LOW' /
Horoes cod ,Males let and for. .
rEWORLIAa'S lodgeroom Over the postoffico to 1.
c will do for the red m,3'D...There Is a sys ; ,LA. A. w.8TA.RBIR, N. O,
,jexn. in nearly all 'the-government Inilutn r.L 'Copegnments Solcitetl( ," Gdftix U.BROOD Sect Fine Bred [Horaes a!j'l1e! wtiS J "

.. t ftwho. : are schools rboth by lndistrious"cadfrugal which those"*pupils St d' I Carriage: Teams Baggy ':Teats W6rk Teals' 1 '

f .may earn money in the sewing-room,or . o ee Ge S. .
on the, farm'.or .in'"some one of the 80apr97. -ly-ae.: L "

i school's :other industrial departments .. ,
Of'course, this must be outside of their THE IDEAL : ...
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regular work. iS"y'uni: girl, after ,.,
Will continue the sale of the Grap Fruit, Persian and "
taking a regular course a'scholar" Fr'm' Tree "
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tbs big borgaiue. Don't fail to 1
Limes
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: '.( was judged capable' of filling a salariec'position. 0 come and see our; goods \ ';, -a iti 'Genoa and
.- In the course of.a short time ' -
-'!' 4' she filled .jioUone, 'lint several, and : BEFORE YOU BUY!: ., Jr'j\ : : a T' I4s on' Lemons,;DancytSTangerine .

; ; norktf( esrinroombeaidesrOnt ," Tardiff
: Hart's:
ant ,_
} .otbt + ahebonght"awagoaha; % 'I' Your' 'Qw-n
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.-' '' ; 0 For we can tare yoa money. 'y 1 > Washington 'Navel] 'Jaffa
reaaateam, organ,, bedroom set ania ,, Ladies / 1,
coma to eee our ,
)" sewing machine,all "view of her 0 ; '
in prospective /
Jaffa filood
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no.:9d.:
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marriage to a young Indian to 1 1f c :
.v whom she'was engaged;,and,when; they; MILLINERSAILORS' 1r 1- I I'D' oor. A. ;/1. 'ad.Parson''.Bro lji 'Oran-
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t: Were married she took enough savingswith .
i ','' (her.to build a ,,neat home! I Al'this in the'latest style.,.,,...25 cents eae) [ ,. -'f ,/ ', ges, Japan Plums' ,..andPersimmons 'a
: '-"was-accomplished in three years 1': ; Grapes;/T Australian Silk

,,;lime..:.;Cincinnati Commercial Tribune q ornamental 4
I I Hotel JIIA.ML. flowers and shrubs >
Opposite Biscayne, .
;:; : : Il hr! dn w siiitlthis5climate an'd'soi1
\ .i i Advertise/'I/: :s.1RoIos.. We rn1sm ? ,iS C ,C. E. ,DAVIS '

+- pan: ''.brie A >f,you' _trade.. Oar,friends- read. .a e" o'o 'o I eept3.6mahe:: / Cocoanut Grow, F3ai.

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