Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00626
 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: September 9, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00626
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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t, .1 / ;. ": :co Hay Minor Miseellmeons-Mianij-Mitttra""*s and Cocoa J'has J.Wes.t.taken. ;I.'to.- th.e'I Dry_Tortugas i: ; 'Ffl r ,

-, 1. 'Modestly. Mentions .t ."-j :* Five liquor petition were allowed by:. ,; .: .
n .{ the>county ,a commissioners at :their TheBigV;
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J' !, .T monthly=',meeting this..week: They : : : ; .
Register; :
: J ;:It-1(" ow a settled' :fact .that ..t9n'' .,place .to' "Register, .uret I .." j;, .were Palm those Beach of,.and Zapb:Hatchett and Lanier Wood at West and,, i ft.o ,"A.

; :' i -*buy,'I3ry Ooods/ClotbingrandtShqesf: :( hea! pis: at' Register'everyonet t .. ..Ji Hinson of Miami. .: : i

}. .:. ;'. c, .tf . Register every voter,now 1 f I :One 'of -the 'Mmororaa'strong ,rZ'o
., "t .: " Register,. o'r ,you. can't vote ' 'I friends at th,Grove-writes,as: ***I do ,c1earc '

} \. : : ; Register this year. !' Two'yeats, ago',( congratulate looks good to'you again on see your the paper Grove.;!

TherV .' :0 'Ii' o"'R.fl' :;S""Eo ,,I".rm'; "O I'I E: doh't.'Registration count count.;on Every. from.voter'mnst two years 11 register *adoo't '.to well lend represented a'hand." It:makes.*> ,me.'.want' y .c-.Q-I. going # _. ,:L. ' ; .

R'E ; 11. : : ; ; { : \tbia year. "4 '1'' ;the'The'catch corner of 13th'basin street i'ecentlfput..In and.Avenue at ; 4J.. .I S e..NQW. ; : f. --1-7-. ..J i.6" '.. .

-.y' 1 .a. '. .", 1; ., A. E. Waddell is somewhat. .oft. .that l J.worklllke-jacbarm. If alt the street .t. :.'\ 'I' .i
; : ".. :: *,. : 't /'" " -' < R \; .:: J 'tt'; sick list this week j' *. comers*_were .likewise1 prodded "it 'm"r'1( 1. ::1---- .[ t -' I.. .
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'' ; f, 1' H. T. Whaler the new leweier,. l is Would add much to the appearance and. H.i1'It' ; 1' ;
it ,, ;sand 'sual.we'. sick at the'Miami with remittent fever. healthfullness of .' : tI
= I+. .,realizes this&:fact .as our streets : :" ; / ': )J.J.t. .
..= ." *r y. J=** r-T-S ' > :- \ Monday "U rule day at Juno and itcalled :--.The. :wide drive' through.the.centreof '' ;' .: , .
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,wi + aveour regular ;
> '- ''' ,I.. C., Oliver, Mrs. Olive"anf'th Palm being taken up'and k the.,space : .tl
: ;:"i : < \ .children'are visiting at .*,' graded with earth which will be set'to j.11'1'r f \ , .r E. fL .. '
f r,a e.w. eekd.;; Rei.da'lletG ';1The.jiepubliesaicounty : grass.':The: central 'portion*'will;bedecupled f' ,

.. .t'd .19"\8' ; 1 convedtlonsillWcalledioradatesoon .with.an ornamented t mound. : ; "
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r I4flJ4ayTSePt1tw ; Democratic Prhnwes.f t t"J'li'I green moss taken.from.tbe bottom. { (t.:
',' \ .' ." ".-s. ,,; "_ A' critshed'Xrock-lsid.ewalk! being I."fit any of our steams and used ta baits : : ;
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< { "!'.Y laid''along. the\southern= side' 'of* 4thrtreet.betweeo'dgennes Jioot wtb} where mallet. are "
. a ; B and p. 1 ,1.t I: will fesultt jn*aeaceesafnl'catch |6f This, sale will, include all .IiDes.i order ,5v *, 1..
these very common but exceUentfleb1. ? -'? ,* v-rft .' *, f1 1It. ""i ,'
-' ? |Henfy"Anthony has returned West '
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,:, ; "loDJthat lay."JVe.mU'thrown;:1 "nor c'u 1t r8' butveiylhybiters.of hoo.kv -r'J rtT'r # .
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*lm Beach aft coapl leof I Io mmoth.Fal1'.Stocr.t
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t-" f' 1 r!:The):common'/i council;U.rfaking theproper .. .. *-aBrt 7 t. _
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; ;" r. to," eter Here is;wishing
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mar.40ne as
1-.. ,I', \ .. ), ,' ..5.1'1. (, \ Ik'''- ford;C no.;where his family is spending almostimpassable since the large rock B1G cBARAIN $ .,
\ Jr'., ; J'f the t''summef.?"tf%'ftplj.reWro wa*;drawp :> .and,'left where Jt i ['' arjt ..' $!.: .. .' ;.S7 Ofif, I bf'
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f : .not it; lease every:m an, woman. :. October 1st; 1\ .:?i:.l 1; droppedin its unbroken condition. : ." -' :> 'J "
? i . .. tj.Wi! : Johnson .bas just': completeoTli I 'I; Msjor: is still #U.Ry. l QOlS 4} :
r. .. L 'chilAnb. ? t.wd1.save. ,. 'tbem".a't, east. new.residence on. bis farm two:miles Moody rboldingj on to .q Iq ,CQlt.p'
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,; .r.:1.7' -r ':, '" .,' ;, ," :i. ._ ''Yl.'. :. ..,,.. : .,L ." ,', .' nOrt.hwf15t of.the_ itl. -fleJnqved his' bit 10of0Wpqunds of bacon which I.in.bis'100,000poonda hands' jj. _:::' ,._ .J .( ,

.f ; ,/ ' I 'fII, (1" .{ : :., ; family. into the same thlftTveeki*:{ >, f r.bipinent, to C b.:,:No government Street otelltBTscajiiey
; . -tt i1it. tf' if \ .,!\ on the Btree tsto morrow afternoon jatS for' the "since the .
.... 4 ,, ; >:r cargo Wandenr'fwurdtr > '
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.quarantinesf"i., 'i7)5i -'55 -
: '\VPhese, ': are, 'a few 'of:themany. ': :{i .f .". t. ,"and:Marcus Frank., lt. ; ,The*."Democratic cent/.j primaries' -, --l ". .-."-, .... ,- . *, -5 3r'.J
'tJf,. 'y, ", f;. ' : "} J.l : : i." \ '.I,'t 4: ::,'fj't"i f,: GJ lfid i1Batiinascheap iitOreerbx18-r trJcl will be'held tin.Tuesday; October) :': tb. : .W.aqted;a'young; sound'horse, suit* 1 are' also a large namber t orithe'r. D w4' ;r-
.'J31 lu ::1 iirltst ; VYJ .i :# ;! c' r r1d: : v able:,for town *. H.PriceWilllam .I settlers J in this tection ' '"' .-
,,' :.' Indigo . " A .' '- : ., fS, ; .. Iy, ,.4.Rev.'Wm. E.. Stanton, has-returned Between thi"',date:and :October delivery wagon. h' . ;: -
o .t.f..r131cr, lot.ft..Dark.:CahcQes: ft",.: ,, ''; f -. !{ 'c, : ,er ydt .. .from this ,old.bome. in,SanMateo>to 'there is going:to be some tali hustling ,- ->- js2v7"t;:Miami ar- ;- -'Elver.- -!- "*US-It% 1 'r . i ,i' ".j , '.
t" J b .' : done the several candidates the : 7or'SaIa'of.Beat..House =
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: t : DetgonCity. It po lbte" thatsMr. .Rev.L. L:Fliber. presidjp* elderPLtheeJackaontilledistrktIl'preach
:_, :4", .f i-- ." .,.. i4., T f. 'leache4'Cotton. ( ;'I;; ..i' ,'t t: 'f- S'.yOS'" QT" $ioo. Stanton will occupy the Baptist' :pulpit! ; different. Dominltlonsamong: the mem. ; . ,}with .r;; zooms' n'ATe9t1 =$;. afR ,'
C''al1 1't < here again' -' " "' beta of the pemocratieparty: '. I"X rde1nroice ? jieai* 10th''street furnisned,anfut- .
.. J ,I'rOOVds-'lgpt. : oes', ,, 6' :1ovdsf. -29c'' r' i ; fn the public school boose next Sabbath ', ;
" '' ( ; 'j,..! f t" h'a' ''r each 1:' ", ' -a "<} Jt' u "' ;H litl G*Egger I.'sow, permanently 'r passed through,:the Custom at'11 a. III:,and administer sacrament. nished opposite Episcopal church A -; ;
.'L rt .:..: :.. ,. f'.t. r. s; ; customer.: i ,;, House morns I. ply on premises.( .' ." 5-18-4t* ','
e' '.1 ,.. '- ',f.' ': ;, t. ;", ', 00" engaged' tb,E.. L.:..BradyA'Co; ; at yesterday fn bond going to of the Lord's Sapper after the g , r ?YPrirateBch0aL'I
: earl "hir '_ '' fC fs !d' ,"J will 'intheveveniog'at f. . ,
t i'1C TitQsvllle, Mrs Egger will nonreturn General:lilies af San Joan;Porto R co sermon; There :be reaching .
"' "1 .. .x." abama".for 'several '.U;8. A.".The invoice'consisted tloozes"'of "T30i The Presiding i ..- ., : ; :
.\". \. : ,., Ig10t'ot'L.adi, StWjP"rers.- '(. =:'tl'o8c:and' .nl..-. ., ; .weeks" ''et. JrODA' \. ,.. ., : ..;disinfectant, shippedfrpm Elder"will:bold his 8d quarterly conference i ,I will open a privateachooltoryoung".- ';:.
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,t j1 \< ,: :titdici'Underv, ," : ., l-'k'.6'f. : t'Z5C: ; f'i py45Wence, lod MrsI.Wence: of-Ke! vifi San Fracisco.. ,, *, in' the 'scboolbouse',. Saturday men:and-boys'at;the school bouse-OQMonday. .n
1-df i !.3't I0rtd Lawn- : \,. QYd 'fo f" i9c. .JI'i Wes were at the:Biscayne, yesterda.and New.Orleans and theE nnln at 7:10"< '-; : r" ,: .uext frOm 8: a. m. to 4 p'Dil'i
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Dt: English branches; arithmetic lane i ; .t
< o '.; 1Ji tJI".4. '" .j.a,. today"iThey :will_leave:for:the ; J.Yr Porteir;BUte health officer, At pobn'tOHiay the artesian f r
,{".I. .;. ..' .'. \ .". It'' to'IOV:. ,:i.JI ds to' "!:'I'.t,, .. aland[ .City{to-n gbt. on., b;.jpity.:iof I; in nou rices from.Key,West tbaf there reached:a.depth [' varying-bat 'little mage, businessandmuele:; ; ; taught.l ._.t.

,' ., : >:. ''Qid !DbJ J J.h DJt r.'z3lf'cis foro: !: 1KeyrWesL; 4, rf: II not now'nor.has'there;been"aVanv from .880:feet.: .Tne.worfc' of.sinking\ ,Term, a reasonableAtaawr S._ Buaou ..t l.,,..
lMrsJT. Ctautier sick \ time'any-yellow feTer.Jn.tbat. city this the.well iavery' tedious mote time be ,
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t4,? .. ..,'."' Full. size: lteetso' ., < w,':.i.l.' (9s-.per.lnal.r measles*at''tbeV home.of, reiativrs.;.t season, quarantine;.will be mite ing-consumed; :in sinking'the :casing Apply at echo se. 17'11. f a! i5 t. ,
", ,' 4' ,- > ;Pillow"Cases,> \. _ .-- r't, ':i' .j ; rj ::5c''p'crpan; I'I . Crescent City'where she.went.to'escape tamed) for a'few days:.;longer;in;Order than. to.drilling'aDd'CUDpl..e' There f .
', : \ that:by no'possibility. any miatakemaythe'made 600.feet:of'f site of ow1'0 Snigcribera.By 1 I '-
:w Pure ;Checked TOW ls ;t r :apif. bav.ing mMseleswhich ,were brought are DOW over; one ) x
;linen : t5c \ :*' ,* '' :t".Jf.-
," _IT''r ;. I ..I- ,' here by the roopt... t *c; -, ; 'I *? *' casing which ;.has:been driven without announcement at the bead'of-onrr- .
L':? f: ." .Good; :quality Curtalnscr i : m :' ,." ." :p ryd 'l1l'N:; '1.t tr"m'nagl"r t, El'N; r I."t SHU they 'come.. B....L. Collins, an a-bresk. Th&last"1DO-feet nave been editorial columns; it:will be seen'that .- orl'
r.o : ., : old gardener'of;'Umatl'IIaLake; county; through a sandy clay.whlchrwould;.not tome change has been mad Jn the subscription Ii" ,,
't tof'Crash I
1- Bi Skirts"at c 0" Z.2'"and $2;75 biminickscigar; store'in'the Arcade;
.. 9 S price tbeUMmopous
';:' _., f.1'1". .;1 "" : ;, "I.j >4 .<, received yrord Tuesday of severe illness will:arrive,at,Buena .:Vista to-night .stand without casing.1. . : under < 't :'J
.. each.These 1'," 'V 1 with* "o " certain,.clrcu nstancea.. ByPy* : .;'
grandlvalues -
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: e . f ..family npnseh61d goods; ; >
.; : ., .JI" If" t\ 1 JI.1" .i"... ,..t .1.1-.t 'j.. in his t.mllrat' ;Bartow :and left for I stock and utensils.. ; \ *Oar readers ..wilj notethat, .the meat in advance the pricewill; be 11J50:'. ...
.1 t 5 JI plot' ,df'Men'sTBalbrt! ..n'Undershirts:.,at:;25C each y(.t .that city; Wednesday;,- f, t; "-, :acres'' In',the farming'Glades'near J..He Witfobnson's. ;,bls 10- IMXTBOPOLU baa I gone backto"its .old per year or. 75;cent-.for .six' mouths 'i'-"

,,/ 'j't-: ." .' :".. .t"" .:.., ... H )"J.l' f: <' .." ",.:,. .r fHr 't A:, R$'tTh mpson';:. the nevi '.place 'on Whicbbe"'wlllraiaeaa headingtbe'4map.of'"page' county Payment made at any,time" during the c .
V ( t .. bostess..at\trhe Miami .left"Tuesday. winter ' > '* -*** which was .pprectattd.-IO highly by year the,.price,willbe'$2; ,'the,same '''as; '. -t.
t' : ( crop this --y' ? -
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h ;. : ? t i.f.. X 4, 111. ; readers-and,:which=. "' much .
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t1.0 j roo 'The list' for;Marion '
> delinquent r
'ty ::; \ '. q ff' \', -j. { -i / ';'V \ ,.: some home'affairs:bet re returning. to, S missed ;When .it fwaar dropped without order to close up old.account* we, .1' .
: ''i --We :.have.the:6nesL1ine: of Ge'nts't. :; ". .. Miami, fdr the,>fnter:' "ry" "."J ," county; published,in the Bsnner' ;occupies cause bytbe late publisher/This neadIngwas.'of will,:allow"subscribers iq.; arrears:'to '9'' ;"
< .: ,.'.. ., ::." -"')',-' r. ,- ;.(f ffi ,:,- .'j ,'( 'f ,. .. 1 *;'jImported'| :ginger v t,4+f atetgrapejuIce J- J i I 18 pages and contains aboutOpO original rdesign ,by the close the account to date at the rate of 'J ." :
1 ;" '. : ,. : : '," ;. "'' and pescbci er, ice,;cold at Grer's.v eCrfptlonl. Marion.connty'sOnaneeaoat writer and was made in Detroit )Icb $. a'year-if paid within sixty day / ;
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, .t : ,. l' O'\. ; : be in a bad shape if delinquent in:the'Februarybeforethe: ;railroad ' ..
i'a. J' from IstT tt .
: September .
'. .' .J : : : %ts': i ;; l'. i Y" /' -l8tI '< fax list shows lltbln 'of,;Its clrcl1m- reached a'.Miami:and 'before.the writer :; . r,
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N. 'I" .. '9h'.r'O' 't' 'i iHarr, I { .a removed to this city then woods We ? '
. ,:."- re gl ;I. er 'l a; :"SI from Ifrbana,,QM:; where l be".bad-been: .proprietor of the Banner" however;"- vHn : feeT'codsiderable. attachment for :this .. boa Sale., .
Brown eggssfdrietkting.
1: .:' : visiting relatives for a few/weeks;and [ ;;VvY.ltt. frtckfbrd "of;the"Grovawas particular:beadlDI,,larnlabiDg as: It Leghorn :
aiao 'Mrs.. : .,Bodt84CocoanutOroye.b; -l1.-8\ .If I .
where Bfldgeand children .
.' r.-J ; ngnest"et' does, advertisement of the
.r.: #; .,', l' ; "i; ''t/ t -+htJ. .i 'sahrd' tbevBisesyneTuesgay an i county _1'...'. '
e f pending the summer ;I i. night.' Mrs Pickford left with 'Issued: ;Real estate
{ on.Wednes leery copy : yt
; i'l :{ : ; J : : :t 'it ir/Grafiam"baa tire nooks of t reglitration g : day,morning's' train for'i Boston' where men'find it very convenient to'send!to Racy PiMapplfl-Slips', & SuexartAbbakas 'r. :
> V' ? 1 . .",CLOTHING .MlMHdMLt : t .'openJ.t.o-da1Jlntbe! CIty hsll she,wilt make'her future Home.fwltb: 'a prospective_,buyers .torpointout: ':the at y ,'Sue" .t ''f. >.
,:: : : > ;. ., : l. / The;regietrationbooke'will; ;; be .open brolher. .Mrs'r p..,'bu"-many friends )location'of ant certain'tract. of land.zir' :" ,' Egyptian.p Queen, 'Golden. : .
'"HV";; *- 'i'*: r--f'-.' ffi "r. 1P'f" .*"*:: ' & *-y-il" ;- .- It'{ two.,days Ioi'each' twelik'aow:until' the, both st4'the. Grove 'and,Miami.whose 0" D newspaper",,t no'matter:7d .s4'5' 'ho*'emdent Queen Porto Rico,. Cayenne.,,, !!
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'S vj 'if - f t ? 'go' ? during' i its' how and Bed Spanish.,. Apply to /; ,
-" A I't; l--'" .nn .theiCity; ?'and/pnc/ t : r "lowi:' ,-.- ,"V: 1;*: : f ;',j F;AO t.'fei r :'fr 'Jackeony Journey,and to her future'homei:'/"*""": its reporter to'management, can get all the news.expert Per *" MADDOCX A MATTHAJIS,, f. t ,:i'
i i'x."i> ;-j 4sfei. .' /- - 4 |lie. where" he.:had'been1 to d.' :. ;vitio had suffer 'Pain'Beach "
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I ; .., : : Sonday a Millburn been sonal items form large amotfnt of the Pinery, J\\
-> .OK. :. " s, : :.: .j-' : : i:7'. 'r L' :- : ; :, a te.nd<;a\ meeting,of-Republican: f h,g for several days from'appendicitis'', local'news:'of the eottntry.P per.' -To West' Palm Beach Fin.tfdf..mo .!
: . ,h :. ,, ,fr" ; of. which to,.St ,An .' ,
1i -' $1 ;''- 't + 111', ; iI.1f..tL, state *t'campalgqwmmittee : was taken ; gastine Sunday secure"these it is necessary that those .

i ; :).I: ',< 1Ne,:'alsohave.a.: )I {lot.0 .*';Flowers. "slid::dlferenb '; : .. ;. -he We Jethepadeeouatymember';publjstliffrra1iotber, ;'colnrnn$ ,.the' by ton Hon for.,relief F.8.Morse form bis for severe a surgical suffer operr in*; interested paper The'MxTRorotis;ireport. them i.to"e- desires the local thecoAjperstion .- ,A Tempting I e. Offer.I -? _'. i' r ,I

: f f. 'f ,;kinds ,;Q1t.Hat ?Trlmmin s'::that: wf jii4ti: o rules and regulations' which will govern The1 many''friends of-ilr.Millburn fa :of its" patrons and friends 1. : have a fine place, suitable"for farm.+' : :
: .. ., vi .. .1' : .. . 1- t. . 1 "', ',_,J tbe'Deroocratlc!primaries: to beheld Miami earnestly, ;hope that'lie may be in this work':"?'Those. whose business Ing ornJ.logfrul trees, at south end , '
,- ,<, ,: .... 1' ,..9ttt;; : : : r i(, 1 . 'i' ''. ; ':'>. ;.'kf on October;together:with other matters ; .speedily and successful jy relieved from rstbattiend; ( to these matters"will t kenotfJ' of Bisaay Bay r both'.pine aiid"praijrie 1 'l
; : ;. of'interest t to Demoerttievoterap ji 1 dangerand restored again'ta bealttuopened '; ;:of:'a:great""IDaDJ"of:them,but a : ; .lOme 'improved.. ,Hoose.r. :
: ., <,;f ri. ; t1 'l-t :._ t voters.iBisbfiniWilliam.Crane'.Gray.'of'the; r I ohn"pwwegttmdlit: } ;;'FrIir.bive reportercan''not know I e1eI'Jtblag.EiII&lJ1Jn'KWr 14x20."Good water and some tools. I'' :i \ .
;. i PR-; 'd' }I: 1'f' 'j\: ',OS t' ", : }cnorcU preached a very j n ter- : a cigar factory;in:'one of beamaUbul1dJog5 ;.Is be band capbeauseof will let right pa"rty have'gratis for one t- +4 r
eg i.1.. ( .I.k !ilA'i. eating and fiaucb-appreciated sermon : near tbe terminal Mr. the early and late arrival eiboatt'ahdHrains or two'f&n.- will sell"same on moat; -. ."
-" : -.. ,., "' r <"f' -:, .:-- .. .r, tc1 f.-l ,...' G t.'r:rI1J oJ.I"J.r. at the Episcopal: church .lastBonday ': Omweg is an experienced cigar;maker: respectively well reasonable> terms. For'panicolars.address *
J '.J.\\ : '. 1 ... ', ) 'or .. i. ,[; .,1' ] < The Bishop guest at.theBiscayne.ViOn and put* the l'weed: In7sHip '' ttake as the early arid late di iertoreof'-the- 'vROBT.O..SWISDAV -t-

sNeTTToix.> -" -' 4. -:
occupy; Presbyterian ' 1
'ti : .sf 7 :. ; : ;..fo George'.Zapb gatWestRalnfBeachforeeveraI and ariaet.aM& m;. *" Jake.Schneidman is. now in ;New
;) \ ,, .t : : rt\t : ; pattJlon SWiday, indly loaned.or tor that ... *. .
. ., oeculoo.' 'Services morning d foveo- ; je s,5 t j : breat Improvements are taking place York' where!bewill: pur.chuedurin- '
," ft'1.mJn -: '. -sh : C Ckjnnty-Collector: e'spent Mon on...tbe? prairie 4west.of the,Wagner the,next thirty days a large. and complete -, *
Store e
:y, "''' : .e. .:Surprise t will, hold regular) day1,at the Miami"sample-room collect farm;;.At the tipper end of the prairie, stock,of dry goods,.clothing andgents' ,
ing 'There wiil. be other : furnishings for Jail and early' \ .
'. '' ,It.' :. ; ,. '., At services in|their:house;of.wO h oii |polhta et. oext}to the.QJadHf.',11kafour feet winter-'trade. To clear out'bla '
9 ; :1 y4. the corner,o'Avenue qan.d 8t'b.treet;; op before rtunitiestor"ay1ngpolt l taxes, high and;twelve feet across has been ent stock and:'make room for the prest, '; ...
>' :1 : : ; : election;v The collection of ibis constructed to abut off'the water fromthe new.
Sundayrmornine eyeningY'Rey. '
: ", : : ; tax baa; been very .. :Candidates 'Glades East of that dyke a large be will Sell goods during September: -
FORBARGAINSH J.J WiTuckir Will All Invited
-;: <' .. : : :, ;\< < attend.: ;|, l.preacbr rlFre.b ,"- ". ''" for.tbe.different offices will,have td ego ditch with i fall.of_seven,feet has been the i exceeding 'low' prices, which have. '*, 'f(
tof ,
.u dowb,into their prevailed daring the past thirty days.. i
fear .
: oc'k pockets deep;we: ; dog to drain the prairie into the Miami
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: : '" rr ' : : : f v -i of .caudles and confectionr if a full vote is got oat at the primariesand river."In'all fully.SOO or 150 awes of He_will save,ypq money .5-17 l -yc-I. 4 T
: ; / .< ; : ? fresh' from;the.a factoryv.lOc >a ttb.Nofemberelection., fc j.' new land will be broken vnp' this 'year -5 *. . -y. l-
- pound. up, at Greet? 21':;28.2tyclx'Rev.IlttrEdwatdaYWbohas ; Adfentsr-'three e young:iadJesas ; far pladtlog tomatoes, eggplant and For Sale..r 1" -. '
; been follows a; To Lient. and Mrs.'I>avis, peppen(tb saw ter;;'blcb,was wild Fine, healthy Portorico and Abbika'b
/ : :: Sopteber12489Lqry serving..tbeBsptist; church a-temporary at the home of Dr.S;M.;Fowler;Monday land;;last" year<, Tbe'lafgea&! .' of:the slip*. ' \ : 5',: w
' ,'.. .,..', ''JJ' !supply 'for. ;several: months, "Inight*', 'Lieu;,Davis rcame.down operators are J. O.Hooks Jb'Brother of Lain W OUR affil Coi.v.. t
"if '. \1'" r'" 0" a. '". t, retufpcdj to, Stetson University:this : Palm '
r' -' ; } from1-\;-Jacksonville in+ expectationr, C eatmont'who are to work40' a.re*. Box Sliest. Beach/Fja; qgjji
'", ;, r-, t t. 7 N. weeklo his course'.io"::minis i the event -Tbe.Lientenaot:is -of;'. and-.)".Ji eel oft Winter 'Havenwua t-26-tf.-' ; ,
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,,;,:. 1" -.- {''ft' .J.,.,.'"W' -.."' ,' S.; 'I. E..S\'' It . teri! l studjft.r :!' ._ :*"?* "__ ,'hA, G..2d7 Texas ,regiment.TO"Ur,"handlees will work 8S acres":Both of these parties "fi. ; L"q : '.
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_,' :' ._ .;. .p$[ -. : ,Jf''f'' !:'-' ". 'A boatload ot'ftd;Jucy watermelons.., ." :$:WiBets'"a baby: '; .have been extensive operator t *in. Acclimated trees '"bpd4edon rongb'' -
"" -p.' ,"m y{ Block t. ' ;.. .-Pi11: 1' ;.rj. l.lftDteedJ. : ,at rf 'a, day--fnT13feisd+fifslp'H" Der rM Piotid+r "+ b traperoua '>mon stockat I>avialNarsery.CcKx -:k *"'-
v--- It'U4C.Jf_._. _. -7' .s-w. e'J.1 !' i'. .o'o-.l&t-10-1' Wharton. a:like. e'yet''tv1 oDdall1l.. t.o untftheiate area' .T. hece 'f/ 1't;;
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c-I7.hs.in WILL NOT BE, UNDERSOLD Mail Orders { receive prompt attention: EDWIN NELSON Miami, Florida (J ;

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_.w. -. C. 111Je. information comes! to the MaTKOPOI > ..tonville. The remains were moved to Miami or West Palm Bea 6. Tbe vote To Our Reader -I Legal Blaaks. |

I ,is from a reliable I source thattHlt" Houston, lying instate at the city I can be taken on the question any time The McTKoroua desires a correspondent -i Tbe MxTBoroLia baa for sale a .u ,- 'r or -
: Il I council chamber until the hoar for the I in every town and hamlet of
: pIlot blanks
legal printed from clear- 1.
Miami .
1iani of the largest starch manufactoriesin after February next., peoplecan
Z1T1ic Metropolis. burial, and a large concourse jcitl-\ be depended upon to take care oftbe Dade county., A copy of the paper will' faced, type upon heavy linen ledrer y _
United the Miens of tribute the
the :Slater, zens paid a last to memory matter so far as setting the ma- be regularly sent to such correspondents paper. The stock consist of deeds, ....
Chicago who were in this section last of tbe deceased. A military escort together with postage and stationery. mortgages, quit claims leases eotttracte -
.! pt.BI.1411vp EV binery to work ia concerned. Her ,I
winter looking over the, eoontie plant was provided, the funeral being under itizens will be glad of cooperation We do'not; want. any section bills,of sale, etc. They are superior --
Bay Bismnc i > Publishing Coiapanj), the auspices of the local typographical of the county to be overlooked or ne in paper to the ordinary blank '
for of tbe whole Bay coun-
and the possibilities cassava growing union and the Odd Fellows, and /aev; of the people glected. When desired by correspondents and are constructed .
*' HAl,k: ('unTY, 1'fARtIA. ., fora assembled the try. Therefore Lemon City and Cocoanut especially "for .
MIAMI are now making arrangements enl thousand people
t i a.Cj sample copies of the METROPOLIS
5 Miami
: .," '_ .. ,_ v.. .' --- of Grove people should see that there I propertyaa; well as being of:thelegal -
good many thousand acres pine cemetery, where, after appropriate will be sent to addresses of friends
; ) forms in all
: on'S' required
Tb miflhtrn 'NewPaLwT l\uhlil.1t" this month and traumas1
.Is full registration 1
land bearing the wild eoontie plant exercises the remains were burled in : a which furnish of .'
the MtAlliUttd of the I nue > Mates at the they may free charge.: tions. tfj
I'nltberu'rail"'. tiriniiiHti with tlw view of establishinga large lot. Mr Humphrey was next of all voters. No registrationwill j
't.- rnwl } he, printers' Let every section of Dade county be f -s r ____A
after the f'l'
be .
'* nlet Ml ;; the-'ToMoftire- ----- 'it 'Miami-' FI-rtd;. factory here. The same informant born in Buffalo, N. Y., commenced, hit registation legal books or permitted close the second represented in', these columns. They If you like the MKTKOPQLU tbe way --

..ecnn.I.via' matter states that the firm will employ 400 career as a printer on the Omaha Bee, all have interests which should be it
K see send
*I you to-day, us floW for'ayear .
... October.
: : .. Saturday in
all the and consume 1,000 traveled ,
men year and had extensively. Forthe known. Write,the newt. tf in advance or we will send Ib(to I J
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../'!" Subscription Rates. torn of roontie root weekly. We hope I past few years he had been employed S --4a. I :: I -u .. I for $2.00 '

"--'5.1On El I i e 1Jt rt .' ', :'.:'.. .::::. .. .. :::. .:::::.t::(JoThwepiiyiug thi" mil)' all Aliens be true.. : A representa-writer last 10 tbe composing-room of the Houston This Fellow's Carious. CALL FOR PRIMARY ELECTION you the year. per year payable. during: fjl .., ;[
theof i the told the Post E and was held in high esteem by

." ."* .subiirrlplion* fur In?l1h'IUII 1 i.;:.0. utnl .ill.I t ix rl'I''in'm.th'n.p'ar'snl>"- winter that all the conditions! "here his! fellow-unionists. When volunteers How about municipal officers I T. B* Bald Toefday. October 4, 11...

"",,' ;-aCrilltiou for 7. ,'.nl", This I jl< II IIhc'r"l Hs' were right for starch : from both tbecoontie were called for, the deceased 'was want to kpow whether Y. F,, Gray will' Notice U herebv five that at a regularly

,i -. 'eoouttoin_,-J '..
- # < ,Advertising Rates. Requiescat' in pace. : another term Would it not be B ach,September .. UBS. .a primary electionwas ..
ordered and tbe following rales and refutations CHA*. I
ROCK ROAD TO LEMON CITY. S -.e.- i Proprietor. r
K OMT TIII'KISl\ (b"iF I well to have a little new blood among IB reference to, and for :

: e4)iiieh. rit%. .w'I ,....,. MO'.' \WI.> I)%4 4.I rt> $1\IC'4.t. IM1t S YP'.tLI HI Iii By all means let something be done : Improvements Up the Miami. tbe aldermen They are all good men, aid A primary elrction election were adopted will be: held i

tneho I II' 1.' ; u) to ntH i ia 1S. I2T to complete the rock road to Lemon Upon a recent trip up the Miami' to 'be sure, but haven't some' of them elmS In,Pad Coanty.on coa4uet1DI.1
U.! 4 ,.. MlH P.41\\ : (>0feiS Ii
I,. - 4 jilwi jIt4'tIr4 a ,k' :. ,.I ) V*> lt' (III' :III 4 City before the winter tourist season river to the 'glades we noted, very got into a rut just a little Is tbe Tuesday. U* 4th I 4ay of Oet ,,
,. 51tft.4r..t) 4 .kI Ii rat :2t I 00 ertjJ$4t improvements since >ur for the purpose of selecting r \ '
- $ great
is must
If this work
}ticbr* '4 :s.i tlllO Umm) 24 II" 42 01'I commences. Jone many ,' BOSS.not beginning to sprout on some.tkir Umber of the Let lalatttM and for sac various I '
4 Itwh44 t t 110 I/i/ ,., ::1 110 4M 110 : funuuenred\ atoncejat raising subscriptions last visit. *,' l f*; backs How about Graham county o.ee.0 be Toted (or at the election IBNovember :
i*) IOOfl I 011 :III II) 54tX bU nader the following rales and regulations l'
!24SlneheM thoroughlycleared
. Inhe aiw II ,") .."' II' ::3iI' till tJItfl' for.the expense. S.Y.. Oladwin Is-b f Agoing to run for clerk again :
&) Z (a) 11 III' tat, $ (110' tici; ; ,I) The of the up the .6} acres on.the':port)b :"* rim-The primary .election- aU be--held \
r11 tiKileS (* 13 rJi 'Ikl 3I! 1M) 7) (Siat expense constructing side of the river nexttO the wat r wabout. that new road which was from 8 a. nu until 7 p.m. In all pr -la'M except
inehea S ; ) I:, i 11' -It; IMI 4t (5) 'l4 UOI' proposed road per mile will be works which bewIilplantLq.I I.l beku11t fox Lemon City so quick precincts I,4 and a. and In these- precincts: ,1,4
; 'MI !IIII C> III' S-t 00 spring, ) : .
St .
?13 tQehe$ 9 and 6 the election snail b j held Irons a. m.
.--14 1ueIi's 9 Mt 17'"' :)11 ,.II, 018 () 90 00 about $600, as has been \shown by previous vegetables. s. ,j&i. _'ral months ago? How about representative until p. a. : a
-'-- 1 1flctH?. ill tat 4$ (5) 3). l&l l 'It Ulj till efforts and the wok so far done Nearly across the river OaptMayhas ; ? Metcalf is not popular .Second-The officer of thll aleet Ion shall consist .

- i4L'.i 16 17 4flctft5 tebes SO It 151 15) 19 St (gs1 II ;:'11I..\ (t.I.); M J7MI tklIt tIJ 00 SI3&1Luio on the road to the cemery.Ibe been making several,decided,ivprovements -: abou$,-Klaml. Sewell He has. not voting of tn district.roe Inspectors Should and either one Clerk all persons for.each so All Kinds of Wheels'r: :

-i- .- III 00 3l SI 60 (5( 11300 road in clearing and building;r bis full will I
% II I farmers need this upon yet-shown strength; we appointed tall to appear at the polls to perfornhi
i inches 12 (5) ((5) II) ((I (13 (Ml lIt! 00 Next sooth comes our old centenarian -, and before dudes for Afteenrninuteseltsrthe appointed -
'IQl which tobring their products to MIami trait see expressing our For Sale Rent. \ .
121 00ZL. or
I 50 (II 4-! ((I 0(1 V -
(I t) orfor friend, O Richardson, who settledon I him Shone I if bad time tft open the polls, the precinct eommt&cee..DiOf .
s1 vi-atiiig(lot ('( 2 eeiI r title.t..Nodrtiaiin Tor sale sbipm r t. They needit opinion not a la his absence the elector*present :
___ ;_ fooi these rates. bad. The business men in 2'eneral tbe river less/than three years ago,I sort of a fellow: be has made a good each_vacancies. : .... . 1
_ ; : .- need it badlyjn their .Cosiness. The on wild land with bare hands. He now ,county commissioner but haven't wegot Third-Thai all white peraon who wwpIsdpthejnilvest4 :B .

4' J': 'J'81& MPTROPOLISRS>> pleased to state livery 'stable men need lit. The bicycle hasten acres7 thoroughly drained, and good enough legislative timber at ..I'primaries,and who npp bate'Uh.qtx.lifle nominees t.them-at .=.. ..

't'. beV dealers need it worse than any in a fine state' of cultivation. He his Miami to send a man ,to Tallahassee selves tovote aeeorula 1". Uw, eta* 1 be :; :
t* ; that a protocol his btat'n'Rianf'd other class of business) men. Those in bearing' several varieties of fie without having to adopt some one from allowed to vote at said p rnarles. i -11 ... -

J: : tween" Justice Worle)' and Judge Hey-' who ride bicycless need it worse tban guavas, alligator pears and. bananis.WCaIs' West Palm Beach or Cocoanut Grovel Inspector r a th-shall after give envBMlnr the ballot bO'i.the(al T it-.a'tied the, ,CI2. ...r -;0'e:\ > -

'+' si has lasted for..reveralpoo other class. noticed about six acres o f Say 1 would not be surprised if Dr. hit .
) 'It; 1Iiar, The Jtt" ..... any to the Executive Comm>tvcmai .N pre- .
- .;;.r," mutual understanding: The road is going tbrough. The ground covered with thrifty watermelon Potter were re.elected.How about etnef,who hall brta{the as. aa I.. .the nuttingof =: -
_1' b weoks.: By a steps 'being taken in that direction vines fall of ripening melons, tbe county court? Does the Mrrmoro- the Democratic Xz e,itlr* Committee. < ,
I "* will di< !.e justice at : Which shall be called b, the ehalra., not ; -
.ust.ee! Worley peu assure this. The board of county commissioners which have been grown since the Lia favor.its continuance? Some say i I latrr thaa tbre. dayi after said pflmarlet.riflh 0'9 "'1, -.r

.tl" ..ct tiatuihitfording to Jaw and prisonersiHredtterbevouftuM at its meeting this week tomato and eggplant crops were bar- abolish it because C -Each Clerk. lljMke a ropy' of the > -... ,

pw: n.. in jail when voted construct one and a half miles, vested., but that is no good reason wby the returns and tend ih arfTtb* CI alrmtn....edl o*itelj the \ : -
Democratic Kxetatm Committal
-.. Itf'n.ti.1J! Ins huitpr to ttieLflistiIe at Juno and work on Hie part of, the county; In rear of Mr. Richardson's place i 1 i court should be abolished. There Is 'aSter Ute etertton.Sixth 1 rn-1'

__': "Lk41treaIy of PH.'f' bagontflnto, etft will be commenced verjjr soon. The that of his son, O. O. Richardson, who) another way to correct matters. Say -Tb*at Mtiment one udlaC' for the : \ . &

." idajl- is now serene. The h\\'erUlg people at Lemon City and along tbe' has ten acres nearly all in cnltivatioi; Judge Worley would make good rep- dUTeient. _offlce 110; shall....II/)1'.1.prJ b* a* lollowt>>? :Tieuurer Tax collector. I. !" \

..;.k> v-.oud* .have cleared away nnrt peace line of the road will construct a mile He came npop the place a year ago lat\ resentative. Adam Corell would make rejQO. ReprrMniatlvef&a>; Member' of the : I

.;, f;. 'kod iaw and Justile' AorUj seem from The business men and citizens of Miami spring. Mr. Richardson baa a pate an excellent mayor. How about one school J.bf'OOi; Justice of th* l'eaoel1.I>>: __ "' DJtt /'fa'e of the return t tot.reign Sitreint. will take care of the r mainin /one .Porto.Rico pines-tbe finest stand of the Townley brothers aa an alderman Co:Mtableif > 1.
shall b
1' ;: and a half miles. Fred. S. Mora* i I. we ever' saw. He/has. a number of different ;- ? Mr. Editor t would be glad to g.vsoth-4ocaadldams on th* ballou or voted for aims who has not*printed had :: General! RepairWorkSatisfactorily ; i" ; '; ,

-"(S4c ....<3>." i i i .6I now working'industriou ily to/a cure kinds of fruit growing fast. have your views on these topics. I am his name certified to aI the Chclimta of the .t

r "' TaE writer is very pleasantly and some large donations wh ch he has in. His watermelons cover the ground and : Tours truly, KxecutlTeiCommint Otulrman* who Ute ha PPII.CD'not paid of to I Done. 1W *
Treasurer or
:agreeably I assured h.rtbe business: men view to head- (he list with;; //Then our are; ,producing a big crop of fine melraftl. G. A. W. Uw office tnt which he.I* a eaadidate on or :I : :;*:: >
t citizens Ul8miaod the Bay I upon (We, are going to enlargf the .MxTKoroua _
and tbe
.:! ut(". Tbe METROPOLIS has in view a 'a new cottage pretty om. Blrhth-If after'paying the expenses of eon .
"', that he has a warm to 12 week and dncUag the election and campaign any money il"r 1 1I ;
? :
section! generally, I number who will donate $50( each indeed., In tbe rear of it is a warn pages next remains la the treaiury l the tan tkall be prorated .,

.Bft f,::",jvelconieto. the journali:
-: gain. Till, is pleasing ind ..tt. WethinkJ.be i swell the list 'sufficiently so' that the completellconred with orchid' the above double-header of grape meat. Ninth mad-ThAfoUowlBR for pUeet candidate or balldlng ia ,, :
} people of the Bay are hi a j amount still remaining unprovided for and alrptant AboutiO feet from th and canister. We will need it all.] the various three net are hereby detignated beholding ** VM

.2.... ; '' of and appret'iate a can easily be covered by $15, $10 and $6 ground Richardson has construct 517 primary elections,namely: Blacks itliantl., J ) >
; poa1M..tui1g i Contributions. .It looks new as tbouKhdala' ed\(i a. rustic, platform lathe branchesof f -s- PrecInet.l4O. 1. O.K.Woods whine house; I .
when they see
,5*. goodvJ ieiU 'paper Precinct No.t. Palm each Yacht Club house;
makes handsome HOVE _
seel the tree, which a very FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS
; 30 would work on road the W. filer Pre
ead on-'rIteybavlud. l an oppo(tucontfjtsllng -, Precinct Ho a, More building; '
"! a good one and .a well. in hand. I effect. The most interestin: clasS No.4, W.J. shines! at m betiding; Precinct -I Wheelwright '
v JsjUIt5iOf At the iastiueetingof tbe common feature of Mr. Richardson's home,1 hi, Council I ', r ,"iiejwTlftv.riter'8;; assOejatlOthSwRit The rasas a Kssahrtimi la That No.4, r.strannaa'a awN or partiiin. PrecInct i\t
tni papefjt ia probable, will! ex- council $150( was voted to complete. the upon tbe inside-bis bright, pretty aDd Wreetton. .No 7.City CouncUroom.Tenth I 5, ' \ f7i
'. road to' the cemetery accomplished dugbter; a happy bird A ballot box and blank ballot .,
c by drawing on a Mparate
:'I of j-parp'and CamigeBagjadWagai.EepvrSh.p. 1
"tend ocerarriOd; many crushed midst her tropical surroundings of At the last meeting of the common *will be provided for la each election dU- t (, ':rtJ
*be will) sierteyery effort to retain the I trieS for Ute election of sue number of the : .
> wIflourxFPeoPh. It is rtidreSSing. the Lemon palms, bananas, pineapples and orchid council, at the suggestion and motion Conntf XxeeutlV Committee. u -, : \\1 rf ,

good .. City width Instead embowered oaks;' and other tropical of Jos. A. McDonald the following Th inspector and Clerks appoint to coo- work neatly, promptly and"1Gb- \t1stantially (

'\. ':.r. :W&lli'tbe- citizens a.s of Miami- to organizes (if 10 or/12, as is, the OooO*Dot iron fruits and tbe'rher'plants. at tbe forks Job resolution looking toward the introduction duet follows th* primaries: In th*_vaflona' ,district.aras .. .done, and satii fact ion given' t ,. :. '.' '

l "i- ..sub-bcbooldistrict' there would road. Ellis Down baa just completed most beaut of an efectrio light system for Parks Precinct George WOo Me I,Pherson Br.l.Iao.-l.l1Ieeton.I; B Frazier; W.Clerk O. 'i. -

.be enougu. funds! paid into the school /4he Miami City C netery.' f ul borne upon the high bill on the scut the city of Miami was drafted and ILK, stypman. .*
e! ; Precinct No.take Worth -Inspectors, Bibo '
;-4' fund from( taxable'property in thisdis* tits last meeting tne cbmmocouncil bank at the confluence of the two passed unanimously: Dean. d. II. Hppiriitts.L.. It. HUlooaw; C. HI' iiuLERSONlt i

tf .trictto:*otidueta: school' much mowadequate : passed',an ,ordinance electing and streams.charming It is home'really we the have most seen pretty I In \ Rewired, That tbe city council Clerk Precinct, L.Barkbtrt.No.t:Lemon OUy--InipeCtora, Paul C

tir "to the 'needs' of Miami than. Kdwin! Nelson superintendent of the the in Dade county.' "Mr. hereby requests the mayor to call tbe Mathewt P. W.llerrtu. i. Vtsont'Clerk, JE.:
);,"i /city cemetery,:and ,appointed Dr.. W. country Attention of Henry M. Flagler to tbe r.Moffett. ,
i' ( :the on? now,'mnduoted. Besides*, the, :3. Graham A. E..Lummus ajnd D. Cos Ellis in the past few months has made of Miamisecuringn Precinct No.4.. Coeoannt Grove-tnspectori, .
necessity tbeclty
-it matterwflhe employment of teacher/ grove a. cemetery- 'committee.; Work the tropical jungle on the hillside' bios., electric light plant, and of the Inability Clerk W. rx,*Albury." rupfT' J..4._._r Scales._,, .1. T.--'T Peacock q0 r to K ulenon & Bro.) ), -
hands of does the
iu the the as rose.
.;r would ),entirely has already pn commenced at surveylng of tbe cityjCff'Zthr'pfllflime govern Tt *Jers Htaq nB. M.5uui. !. Wholesale
J""-. Price has just completed ; ; : K Suplt! and ReIti1i7T ''J .
The MrrKOPO/tis Williams -
*> :local school,'board. 8. B. Clerk. H.
the .Cemetery Into! lots and'drlvt8 Josh Smith, Mltcaell "
1r tJJ?'" hU.an idea that the people .of Mamlaretterab1e with a view to beautifying I ,for General .. ",, O f',H and re Brook,r Florida and WesternMEATS T
essi- lt qUestIng him consider the questionof PrtMuell No. 4, Ft. LaaderdsU-Ins.p, :
the :
Igt ; to judge of n JMy rffirTSoaTmodern of dairy farms
: au..wrly wWfWfteTeWS r him I. N. Branti.y, Dennis O'Neal,Frank Strana- '
l? 4 ties' of schools ot the""city than is The building la of dressed rock IbM providing a plant, assuring / 1
$ the ) ) making hats; Clerk M. Bnran.Jr.
in he should
8e f-supaQrting a that -to
> aome body bf' men ,elected from... .bj e feet in size. The floor is of.cement. case care nego Pr. loet No. 7. Mlsml-Inipector: ,' C. P. ;
? small :charge for,'lota. Two! sections titewItb the city with a view of ... D. Clerk J. B.
<&"!Ii various .*ectloos of the rout t vWe rounded to the' centre, with a rowor, providing tf Smith, Cosgrov*: : )
will be. .net off for white and that the will '
.. one one a plant city ni i.t each side. A steam Is
have stalls engine .
\.. njuywr/his quesr for colored. In each section there will on hln possible encouragement in 3. A. MeDosTAtB. ,Chilnnan.W. ,
and hose is used every A. FiLBm, BeoreUrr.
a .
: tion'latcr on provided every
/ be reserved for the buraIof the the of from for
space. way exemption taxes a I-ts.c.u ',
morning to slush and clean out the Armour's Hams Dried Beef I
S I"i
: '
-' < - poor without the purchase.or'al lot. period of years and by using aa many -
1 CONGRESSMEN; DAVIS A91DrF SPARKMAN entire barn.. Sluices are arranged Pig' Feet Jersey Butter l'i?
; lights as the city can afford to for ,
.. < that the offal trora the cows is carried ,..
'their vl j H here last week assured and granting 'franchise etc. and and Fresh ,
upon from the Far North. off,to a large pit outside, where every by Eggs. : .4
;, 'writer. .that 'they/hould 'leave no also stating that tbe council win be ORDERS PROMPTLY: : FILLED. .- := 'f.J'
'/the : : Will McCormick;of Cocoanot thing ia aaved for fertilizer. ;
receive '
atoneTnnturned get a large appro- 25 fine bead of cows tbe pleased to any proposition To ALL Wao ir MAT CoscxawAtUutioo H7.b.fs-n-tl ti .
"1 $ t.o' who witb his father, 11. -n. McCor- I are now on Il'
which Mr. Flagler majrsee fit to submit U hereby caned to the foUowtnicrtaolntkM '"' '..
i .., :pnatfqn from; Congress for Biscayne mick, is spending tbe summer. in tbe place which known as the 'Branscomb1' -: with a 'view of .providing an electaic passed by the Board of Internal In* I : j}

BayVext t'Decem) r. They both expressed Hudson" Bay)section' of Canada, in a- place just below Mr. Williams'. 'light and that the council prorameatottlie State CIt Florida :oa Vebmary1ft ,:
; plant s. ?
delivered H..RICHMONDLL t
:Milk is morning and ,'isw, and all persona who bare settled: upon ;
themselves' as beiog'sati8fied letter under:date :of August 25, dated : every will such Imme-
-p give any proposition lands Within the territory described,subsequentto
_ :" Jd'v thit they,would,experience trouble. at.Lake Edward,Canada,writek among. evening sterilized bottles. __ diate and careful consideration. '. that date are framed that they most expecttOdealdireetl.w1bthls REAL t

_ _"'"Car?. ."All things cjjme to' 'him wbo'waits." other_ tblngs as follows;' }I Many other improvements are being !'here are reasons, for believing thatbdause Company for UllTto ,ESTATE \
.... wait long i "I have just 'returned'from atriIntothefar made and will be made upon the place, aid lands wtten lame Is Issued by the Trusteesat ,
\ Miami bad_to very
.. ,hasyjt of otber which
<< arrangements the Internal Improywnent Fnnd to this cornpeny. -
J c for>verjtWng.,to roll her way. ,The '. north; where I, baa excellent which will include a fine winter home thej Florida East Coast Railway are This Company: expects to defend an Its CUTLER,.DADE CO., FLA. ,\' ,

t 44. Spanish wir,has left:,Miami the ,near- I *port' .almon'6shlng'. and dock for General Lawrence.' .? considering that the above resolution i1PlI&oI&l4JaDtUuD4er. the allowing resolaUon t tI

,.. +i'm .f est port;Xo* Uocje Sam'*_ _richpos es- shooting. Ipenetrated: as- far aa the There were: very many other,improvements will be favorably 'consideredby Mr. < tr
; Lake, being made along tbe BOARD OF TKOTTUS or TBX IjrrsBirAi. IKraoTKXKHT
..8Jon&JtJ/tbeWf"t Indies. In defense grand Obatogoma r turnedmap Flagler, and that the construction of ?kCdllellillS1J1aFR1New r
river. We have mentioned the FmiD or rata STATEor
via the Chief 'I enclose of only
of.it wideuipR out policy the Govern* an electric light plant wilt be the
T3 ment::inixt at once,come to the help of my;trip.into L tbe wildest"'and. a1mostthecoldtBt most noticeable. at... this. time. result. Tbe resulfof the solicitation FLORIDA.TAIXAHASSIJC... Northern florid Air Line txad .f
] this coiltinent.For7QQmlescanoelng. i -j_ i > .
j )tfami improvement of her barTHBParisTjgaro country,on councll'n this
u of will be
2 the point .
.... SXSOLTKDI That an of the mats 1lU&e4&O Florida-Triak Liae.Tltt c
..; bo .. ,", ..I: : : we ibet no Wants Information. known in few -
; a days. the State-of.Florida py the act oCCuoxreas ofsepternbsvesh *
i"'f:: + : :.. : 'I':- e'.- ----- white: persont whatever, but, tne Indians IS Ovlyuif and being south of -- Tabta Is Zftset Jaly $,1W.NoSSiNoM ? ]
1.Jffi.: which bad a poor and Esquimaux were quite friendly. LXMOH CITY, FLA., Aug. 80. U .ei I Township aL south and. situated on the aaaJ. NOkTHKBNPO1NT3. No N 7

';: American prowressASell Father and I, leave:next'week for a To the Editor of Ute IftaoroUL.'DEu MIAMI AJISTRIBUTIKQ STATION.Ta !land of this atate,be and the same are hereby tRy Daily Dally Dally !V *?'
1-kit' opipjon'of reserved fur the benefit of The Florida East ---I-_ _
montb's.moose hunt InthepraervesoRbs 8n-I have been requested by Ctftst Railway Company reserving the rights of I C
tbS e of the United States in SOQa 60p Lv..Jackson vffle, .At PIta ip
i cAur 'standard
.'':: a 1. : ; > Triton Fish and Game Club.'We number of persona to ask you to publish OH Company, XnetU(. a Tank actual settlers" now on the' laW so set apart and 842a 7aop .' .......Yule...... 54i Slop t .
r :its.::w ar' with Spain, appear now to : also expect.' to have good trout fish in tbe first issue.of tbe MXTBOFO- I, e sTbisPlsss... reserved. tttaUOlplttfp 1 ispf Ar...Pernandisa...Lv 786m7QU I 10p
_ hereby certify that the above aM fenKoIngU I a,; I Sip .. .Everett.... S tSp. -
;:' :'bare waked up to the fact"that on the ing. [ LIS Information* in regard reg .As soon as the l 1ppi1'uk is completed ...Brunswick... ...J.. 140p -

,;Ac: 'other;: ta ie, of the .Atlantic a great : i-* i istration, so that newcomers' mar qualify .which, Ia being' erected b7 w. by the a Board true copy Of Trustees of a resolution of the Internal adopted ;,. Savannah... '. 53Qa510a 447p -
lZOSpliapLv..Savsnnab..Ar s
1 to.vote at primaries as well at
:jK>werb4arisen." The Figaro says: Five'More": jCottages.:; elections., aa R.'Jester, who is at the Conolly, representing Improvement fond of the state of Florida ' J 56a Ar..ralrfaz, 8.0.. .v ana slip .

'. ""/'JJintU: low we have considered 'Work. has been commenced {which general Inquiry frequently been made- of the. Standard ,Oil Company at nwetiuc held on the Sixteenth. 'day of lOp 2tp S 241a "- ..Denmark Augusta,O"*..... SMasp aso 1949iif7aiifiB .

r.rtcaJimptl a* a,commercial and will result in tbe erection of,five more me concerning 4ne time at and tbe Miami" will become tbe distributing February' ,A.D.._ 4rnp424n Cotumbiaa.a .

manufacturing: full of ardorand cottages by tbe Fort Dallas Lan Com circumstances tinier which lobe : LSIPsd. ) W. M. HcbrrosB, JR., 11 a *- SparUnbarvCharto : a OOp ..... -
county station for oil for this section of .
heiCeIangeroU$. But now, proud' of pany.:.One:;of, the smaller or lN.a*8 seat is to be moved from JunotoKlaml tbe (SgAL) fleeretary Board of Trustees liSp ItSit te, 10 aosp 5255.-

its,',recent successes, and drank witb cottages baa:already been:;commenced and some anxiety is felt' that State.Mr..,. Internal Improvement Fund of Florida. I Sbp 10 4la *8alUbua. " 5 lla

> -?.. 'new; glory;:America! rises aa a military on the south aide of litb 'street.),This the time: will-arrive before due. Jester has been engaged upon fiespeettnny.J. 1043P IZlOp "Greensboro"Lvncbbnnu 7 p 706* -
preparations Ta.U
E. 11 SIp !hIp .5 IMnyifle. tao ,
._ ;. 'aiidjsavalnatiorroftbe.1trstrank., It makes five cottages on this side of llth shall nave been made, and the .tank since- Tuesdal'Tb&, work land Commissioner.IVOBAHAV. 6401 1 '.RIchmcuid, CUOOn sooa ..
.. "
'ha an abundance. of'money, men and street. One of the others ia completedand thus we may lose our.opportnnity. ,I issas p ** iMp *1*
J ships.... * :*. .* With the wart occupied by 'gardener Babe lieian will require two or three weeks for Its AngM-U___ a M CharlottesvlUe slIp ififiaUlsalA43a
: therefore call attention to I90pp
your tbe .. .
:now-drawing to, a close, ,a new peril for two others are-nearly.completed, completion.. location of tbe tank Notice of Tax Lery. e Washington. .- -
;: matter. BCTBSCKUKK. I, tbe water tank, of the railroad ( SOOallKp ...Baltimore .. 142a t90p. ; i"
&r'OPe"dateA ..f'1Jmj time of, these"American and the other well advanced.,.j near 10 Ua iSap ..Fhllldelpnta.. I 555p ; :
; ; K
\' '' \ 'Ia'rerar4"to the registration ., on 7th street.' : In arctirdanee with tb* requirements .. _
Three of whaj fa known aa the No. 8 124p $23a MewYork. < isa 410p "
: --, -- 'DI''Ht'1C.'t cottage, will be started at once.., This we qQote't1 e statute in relation to the Hereafterkeroseue, oil will come to of'tbe Revised Statutes of Florida' and SSOploiaa_ 3oOpUp_ __._.Boston. ..- Slop_ *00* t-*
_ Miami in the Standard Oil of theCity: Ordinances notice hereby 8011 $ Lv. Jacksonville Ar T .
Company'stank 54up 7p
: i i thoseinterested isJLbe. medium cottage These,w 11,be .Its"I last amended much
and or so '
"Jt..C :8cBSCRiBEit especially .. line cars., It will be distributed I given that tbe City Council of the OOp730p AT. Everrtt,... Lv 730a 53t
L built on 13tb street. .. . t
745p dice Atlanta. ft&Sp Sun
in growing'citrus i and other thereof aa ia pertinent to the inquiry '
: The fifth cottage will be of th s No ; : : about town to dealers by tbe company, City of Miami will at a regular, meef : 4 Chattanooga 7aepiooop 4)

i; t.,.. ;fidItsndegetablesihI l : .! ,find! in the .1 design ,and is one of 'the/ heeL, {This "Tbe dIstrIct: registration officer AI II done in otber places. For other I i log of said Council 09 tbe third Thursday ::= Cincinnati .. _

p. ,Mrrsoroiuj! : each *'eek a couple ;oftc cottage will also be built onr 13th s reet. shall"keep the registration books open point it will be conducted into barrels i in September, A. D. 1898, levy special Xe.9*leaves JaeksoBvUle at 5 p. m. Yoke '

especially I devotedto this line of When these five'; new tottagesshall! at some,convenient place therein for and shipped in that manner.. I i taxes for the year 1898, upon the a(445 p. nu, Fernandina at JO pr. m ,Everett
;pages, : have'been: completed the.Fort Dallas the purpose of' registration at' least This Is simply another of tbe..man7 I real and personal property situated. in : at 7:4:}and arrive Brnnnrtek at &lop.m. .

;,, ,fjarmworkj Thejsvriterof! the mOt1it'of Land Company have built three of two.days in each week from 9 o'clocka. little things C'bat fill in and serve. to i the City of Miami as follows: : leaves. CsV Fernandina>No S3rrive9 7-Ua.at Kvertte m.,arrives at 7JO Yoke a. 8-54 at

N t tbee articles) t* a man of broad; prac- the'No.1"five of the' No. 2 and.twelve m. to 7 p. ro., from the first Monday make a town. __, i' ForcIty school purposes not. ,more a.m.and arrives at Jacksonville at t.40 a.m.
experience-being 'po.otber than I Nos,3*, >8, 35 and t7 make connections for
r \liipAl of,the No. S In all io September until the second Saturday twenty. ,
Brunswick 4ao and .
I eottagesi'or
Brunswick arriving m -
,M. the it.oQI the Florida Agricultural'jat the estimate'made by" ,tbe MITIOFOUS in October in each year preceding here ,may be more, far reaching I For buildIng purposes not more than 5:40: p. SB. respectively For New Orleans traInIeayealsekaonvlllel:4Sa.flI.wtthtbrOujhle.p. .
., :Tlw articles "are taken.direct .. general election. He shall : mill. .
: a or over -' *"- :- *' 4.- a. give notice thin..,.bo..upon tbe surf ace, at,present. one
;1.:!f' .' ;fr<<)b 'tl"cOIQaJUi' (that paper: and year. I ago.-s- : by; posting I in three conspicuous .." Wait and see. '. -- For water works and fire protection. ers, arriving Ifew Orleans 740 a. m. Only -.
-,- jtepublihed f or.t he M ETKOrou; They places,in his district where the registration .:P' : not more than five mills. through sleeper line Strives JackjonvUit
matter of WazPop1atatEo: sto#4 ,. .,.. ,,... e r from New Orleans 6:52 p.m,
; eonatitntethe best. possible > : will beheld. i '" r ;,' For street and park improvements suxrufa eta SZZTIOZ.lice. 44?

-. .this."nature and will| be found of,merit Typograhical .:;Journal::: While the i By some,mistake:the books of registration ._ ; DOnt I not, more. 'than two milla.F .*and 98 Fast Uail, Sleepers between ,.4

:aud.worthrnr 'Careful-study. They typographical! :union ids well .represented we understand have Buy garden>'r s. Uoxn, Nsw York and Jacksonville and the CneuiiaaU -
; not1
.niuclLjnorereliable: ,than a.ie'tht'.1J"ur' <<; in; the 'r nteer-8rmJ: ,!"the been my prices.' My twenty-one,year's I ,President of ftuncil.I Sleaperjla Asheville. -

1 ?: weekly:::.paper 'agricultural! and, membership .:No.87, at, Houston open at- Juno three' 'days ea, .bfweekurt'Dg' experience in Florida planting, testing I Attest:'J.'M. GRAHAM, City Clerk. Jacksonville No&rlaudScarryThruughsleeperabetwsen and New York in connection with

,bortfcutturaU; Articles,,-The: Florida Texassuffered the,first .loss,*o.far a* :August.:
tgicolttira1ist1slj! known. asarw4ia-' reported\io: rson.of"Corpora'Ed'aN.K.IumphreJ" _':In''relation-l to tbe matter of' ,bit farm journal .. In,the )METBOPOXI ; Company BFirsLTexaa1nfantrywboas : No.as carries the Cincinnati and Florida LiasUed. S- .5
i'l'" in minia- 'dt' change to Miami from'Juno.The core the best at. prices. Send i or not, send q* a !IN.Y.draft I This is brMwht to JaeksonvUle by Na re. -,
.t tibave the::Ari.jiltaralUt : killed a JK
j ; for price list. : J;B.; Burrow,> ;- for 86c. payable to the N.Y.World and A.aifaeDONraAOen.rasf.Aet.
l'avctbeoest f'Qnt.ftme-l'fn- br Ugbtnf, tTWamf.TIs' ;; Aogi.. t 8, ,oftbeeopItb.cotinjijfl ""Seedsman,'Exposition St.'"--" .1 kent and'we will send I J.Z,stitLHAL.Tie AgtawTiay StreeSq. '% i l
stamp you
I rttt. l" is the r 6tment- jis.lea' or,. .:..tk.Jii hr... decide whether it Pie\ ;
9- e .: goes :to IMac-w Q. ala, I Uw TrI- tellJ World for one ye-r. j ( .Moideas, rr'. is. :3Itner
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"t FARM GROVE 'GARDEN I tonll nnentt' aMghitng in the'mud of tateivwe.v went .wt Jse the cutting: THE HOUSEHOLD; pressing the{iron, ta'give: It 'the" desired neat- of'+.Cna- ,"trulF. wIU'tilokl.;away< ,te- n
.. ,
modern '. Several hundred men and 1 t '.
this desoluie place to behold a a field of tolls'is a very simple process when grievous faxhlbn::'betweeattbe\ fingers; bf< >

bone car. Everything about It was fresh women were ranged in long lines each understood.-and a little'practice Win enable Ibis hopeless"effort?to asrarlthelta#ftnd4 t ..

INTEREST and trtm-epotle windows, cushioned line beaded by a leader, who harts* the FOR OUR HOUSEKEEPERS AND OUR any one to' obtain' satisfactorfrre-. floating mop of fibers'wniclr'ar's tests'"

-r_ MATTERS AND AID THAT SOIL-TILLERS.WILL seats strap to hold on nothing missing tune and takes the initiative in every LADY READERS. suIts.- *. Field and Fireside that they have town aunder. flag ,iwaata ,.A

but the nlckle box or the conductor with movement. Ail together they swing the a of richness --There seems if W
1 J We within the machete grasping the cane stalk with i w
his bell punch.
no other1way for it 1 :
Correspondence of Experienced Han boundaries of the sugar estate and the one band and bending, In unison as Hatter Pertaining to the Home- The Danger of Hot Starch for Colored ripe mango but IA suck, with lti,a however thoroughly; thl. i

and Interesting Extracts From of the planter by machinery, the whtos- Helpsand 81nta'for the Houe-
car U the private property though moved Collar and Cuffs. primitive and chfid like action may offend '
Our Agricultural Exchanges Con- bad with his family to meet us. ing of blades cutting the air and From : _
who come pound wife-- Kitchen to Parlor against the of iodety.
There la a shade la blue this season, canons good :-r..
,r cerning Out Farm Crop Then sway We were whisked over three the click of falling OBOe making an appropriate The-fireside. not as green aa the .old "robin's, egg" A* to generally.the cue with irugtthevirtue .
track between rows of accompanlmeni to the wild '
mile of car of It lies
nearest the
more 'beautiful and less.trying than'sub. .akin;and "
Farming" in Florida stately poJmi. hedges of giant aloes and song! they are singing. The newly cut well .'
"Straight can
afford, attu.-.dq. sucking
r Hint the Care of Babies. er this or delft (China) blue TJiJ will ;and
tiWch of sugar cane to the cane is thrown into ox cart* and con- on
In the Washington boundless * otherwise '
the .
In an Interview published wash beautifully with ordinary'"car In securing touters pulp.to th*> '
Secretary door of the manor bouse. There newsurprise veyed to a queer machine.! patented by a The first eighteen month of a baby's : '
time ago depth of tiree-fourth4) of.lan .
f" Evening Star some not using too strong soap or very hot (.hub;:.td
awiited us. The great two- Cuban, which hoists the stalks, weigh life to the critical period In his physical .
having expressed throw
reported as tile
; Wilson la water and. rinsing in cold salt and water away remainder and stilt hav* y ,
storied case, with its latticed veranda them and dump them evenly into waitIng career and 'I have greet sympathy with
farming a greater
3_ the opinion that "straight never allowing the.article to stand In any residuum of nontlhsienJrA.on. .
and Innumerable windows was brilliantly cars, to be carried to the milL Therean the'Inexperienced .mother who wishes to would'
value to the people be furnished by
will be of more but salted water, and that only for a appl'aata &. ?
+. of tobACCO. illumed with electricity, and to furnished army of women throw it into the do what,u beat for her baby but who baa theu
the raising
[of Florida) than minute or two. :,rich irtUtAel2i
t sugar cane, vegetable, etc, and that the witto ail the comfort and elegan- grinders, chanting a rude Chorus as they very little idea u to what constitutes This "heavenly blue" sometimes 4urns of the mango. oS {_' t

staple Industrlea of the state would bet de ot city life. The apartment assigned work to which one detachment respond proper care. I hare had many yean of to an ugly brown merely by the use of The apricot mango to oae Ofh.best

raising bacon to my oe was the moet beautiful T have to another in musical recitation.This experience 1n caring for children, and varieties that have been -
dairying, cattle raising, sheep bot .fcThl will also cbanl's'a dell- i truat4ld;btJ'lor.i
hOt raising, etc." The sturdy Scotch occupied in many a day with Its hand- letter to already too long to go into hope that the anggeatlon in this article oat roe pink ins brick shade, and heliotrope Ida. Size, medium Co small; :cohor'yets

blood and early training of the secretary Borne French furnishings and delicate frescoes the detail of sugar making.. Cane cul- may. be acceptable.- into an indescribable hut. Allow, lowtoh green with red cheek, and fewer

may make stock farming seem straight under the- soft glow of electric light turn to like Indian corn, aid closely resembles The baby should have a full bath every then, the starch to ,become lukewarm; black spot than nh*' common "aeedang' k

9 to him while to a Floridian tobacco or in the form tf pink lilies and. better it appearance, only more yellow day. The beet time for this la an hour or dry always* In the shade, bring the gar mango; WUvor, rich and, sptey'r'with v; ''

cane culture would appear straight and than all after the long day's dusty ride. ''In color. At the first laying out of a more after he is fed. Then when he to ment In when Just'damp- enough to boo taste of a- .luscious apricot'or: pfus ; r

each might be correct in his latitude. it bad the welcome adjunct of a perfectly plantation, which afterwards continues dressed, feed him again and he la ready and one may dress oneself and children In though superior to either: dJe tarpeotfaa< r

i Americans Inherit from their ancestorsof appointed'room. fruitful for years by simple processes of for a.long, refreshing' sleep. It" often any of the lovely new Colors and revel in .taste entirely wanting " " k fs

northern Europe a robust appetite Presently the! dinner was served in the renewal, the cane to planted'' In rows (not difficult to keep a nehy3>aby from being a good .quality of cotton good at from 10 The roond variety; eaten .. teiy..ap*; }

which demands pork and corn and lutes wide oool Led1 end fine old silver monogrammed tn hills like corn), and must, be hoed and chafed. After He to washed and dried, to 12H cent a yard.If to a really fine fruit,:probaMr:Mb-
6 > of corn and of rye; and this fighting regimen china, exquisite drapery, well- weeded until U gets high enough to shade dust under the anna between the folds cotton are spoiled mango that grow '-'tocteryW bait nett
apparently the
I of the neck,, and other parts of the body by
r has done much to render our'race drilled servant*, oysters game rare Its own roots after which it needs no careless of ing. with\ a talntoaataloup.ns ,
with,browned flour.: This Is better than use a strong alkali either
the conqueror and colonisers of the wines made It rafflcult to remember that more attention till the cutting.; When cap or water' should the mistress be dead sweet, with a slight,flavor of ptoe- .,
manyof of the baby extensively appealed
world. They despise the weaker.race* oft we were In the heart of an Impoverished thoroughly ripe the long yellow leavesare : powders so. to .before the mischief of drying apple perceptible though this. to'not no. .
advertised.The .
the .tropic who dine with gay and voluble war-0eleagnred island. I have been told streaked with red the top a dark ', room in which the baby spends the ha been accomplished, the colors, if pink, ticeable at first;i hung: apparently:olio 9'

i clatter. on pulse and lentil But these that the wealthy Cuban planters live like green, from the center of which a silvery most of his time should be well ventilat green red ort>Iue. may be restored by cured tiT the., maalriness,>wtooo ,draapPtars .4

native of warmer clime, with their In- princes and nor believe- that many Old tern shoots up two or three feet high rinsing the article In a'fresh tub of water after the am't ew alt*'gtve*. place S ;
ed In Which win shine
and.one sun
nocuous diet are probably correct from a World, potentate* might change places tipped with a iliac plume. A cane field with teaspoonful of'vinegar mixed to the pineapple flavor jLtt* meet.tropt.: ., .
of the day. Under .
during the
i2: Hygienic standpoint.. In the long with them and get the beet of the bar in its maturity, stolnig like gold In the greater part through ft. cal fruits. it to packed *(fall 'jot eoaoeo:: ',

j; languorous summer of Florida it would gain. 1\ torrid sun, and gently undulating in the and-its the Influence child become the young bright life and expands cheery, Many of Ur lovely shades of lilac or tre.tJ8ct sine that lis ",uf.an'ovecpuw:: i: '

s be better for moet of our people U the The estate of which I speak Is by no breeze, to a picture to live in' the memory. A somber atmosphere re depresses an violet need 1 setting once, for all after bring riohnes*and. mnsklnesi she:sseond < ,
adds of fruits and vegetable formed a Sugar cane, unlike moist tropical i'.P gray, one would felt on tfc* appetite of ,
which *
means one Of the largest in Cuba. The infant and make him unnaturally quiet they {will require only ordinary ;f
i larger proportion than they now do of the ducts, yield 'only one crop aj yesreBe.. Tie*. It *** proprietor told me that It IS only sixteen and apathetic/. But while sunshine to desirable care. Alum ,to the' proper acid for' this nourIshment !
dally bill of fare. tween the time when enough of It JS ripeto { time than a pear or anpple .
thi anoV
miles long by ten miles wide, comprising ,and beneficial when awake, It laaJwaywfceat.'to" purpose and| good the first they Uk a
Florida will probably always continue warrant getting steam in the$mill It'vegetable. eounterpart. th : .
up >
about 30,000 acre At preeenta it supports darken hit room when are washed should be soaked for half an "; ,
:;!' to be largely a chipping state, and the something War 6,000 people collected and the season when rain and. .fwwt' poUts Weep/ sr'.thIs.to not convenient shield hour In a pelt,,of cold water la which a plant. It is ahnoet capable of taking"the' s.

t aL money of the people will come from the In four village*. In ordinary time, quality all the sugar of tWyear mtfii faproinah;or bright light lump of alums largo'as.a walnut. ,has placed- meat.e ,, ', *r ...}

product of the soiL What shaD they 2,000 was the average number Of retainers be made. In Louisiana the grinding.westeon tN tBlnjr1is of, fco great Importance .to .been dissolved.-& In. South Florid;tt. to:: ..very ,prolific. a
hip? it continue to be almost ex- only last eight .; _]; 33! and
Shay weeksitlnjCuta
all employed upon the estate. Since the .2&.JIle.k>*' tt* nourishment When the I profitable fruit toTatoe for fbe.bom i .:1.,
clusively fruits and vegetables or shall war the planter {has been compelled to continue four months: It to; etlway*:avery market.-S. Powers : 'Frule'JournaL[ ?k
r matber'i)1rllk I* sufficient In Quantity and t .Uquld' J'ue1a. 3-.
the farmers partly substitute beef and busy time relays of "handiWorkIng '.
a to maintain 1,500 Spanish soldiers, in ofgood .croaJlty.1Ja.t I* all the baby : .. isaKeeping' "
butter, wool and bacon forts erected at hto own expense along night and day; and this year, with Until recently liquid fuels were rarely \ : 1'1i.:
but Is kind
need* nature not equally to ..
The moist, mellow atmosphere of ..Into the edges of the (estate. After Weyter's war on hand, there I* greater(baste and all"and, many babies must depend upon used in the household except for lighting; .1IWkin'Bot'. ..Weiathe=:" : .
Industry than for the mills or at most only for occasional chaflng- ? f. *
state develop a fleece, even under totAl concentration order 1,000 l reconcentrado ever, maybe the bottle for nourishment Lactated food Many patrons ot ereamerle*'arid ebee.'I"
r '' neglect equal to the well knownLake' also him. The burned down any day. dish cooking beside Now, however, such

were quartered
upon poor Is the' best tibtttute. for mother's milk fuels factories cannot keep heir mflk1I % for _
dips (from southern Alabama sand Mississippi people wore drivel from'their nomea. and The Juice pressed out toy' machinery. especially kerogooe. art successfullyused "
I have ever -found; and I have raised kinds the .daily delivery and' more foes,'Balms' t i
: ), esteemed in the Chicago markets forced to go to jhe cities or the fortified leaves the stalks a* dry a* tinder eo, that three healthy,.hearty,babies upon It. Prepare for all of cooking in stores' and day night'* and Sunday morn t ig'* mfik-w.. 6",

above all other southern unwashed plantations. to no city in this end they serve well for fuel The '''crude' sugar only what will beused; at one time other appHaneeB made for the one-seventh of-their entire'product ''Tht.
t' wools almost equal in trueness soundness of province and other when thoroughly Indeed the 'flame fuel are now hardly 5
; no plantationin dried in tim tanks and observe the greatest care In loss to unnecessary.and can be prevented '.f".A
and lustre to the fiber grown in the operation; so tfiey flocked in here, and is put into Jute bag each bag containing Inc the bottles They'should be washed leas Important in the kitchen than 'are by care"(bat"can be given on anynfarnv '.

t. humid climate of England. But. the lack could not be left to starve. The humane MO pounds. These sacks by 'the way out In'hot soon water, then left standing the solid h .!\ Flame heat to found to be TheVouring of..milk-to.caused ''by.ba1!1.1.c "\;'
of dog tax militate 'much planter built them houses.aM furnish fair of Spain''methods.' '' as efficient'in\ ycullnarywork as that Ob- : sr
legislation very protected a sample full of water until you wish to use them tesla wblbb are .In t'he.cHrt" pr :
?, y against the.shepherd's: calling. No. such them as beat he could, and for more than The coat of an English Jute 'bag to t again. Robber nipples that fit directly trained conl1tloa.from the carbon of solid fuetov the cow's udder milkersbtespaag;; ,, .- _"

impediment however stand*'.in the,way two years ha furnished them with food cents; but the duty thereon unleas'it.be' on' the top of the bottle ihould be used, Two are necessary to produce strainer and cans allct'fatM dart'ts't1l'$ ; .7.
flame from fuels.
'' ofthe dairyman. The same nourishing clothes and medicines.' Of course they made In Spain I* IS cents, and its price to and not those connected with. a tube. as a good liquid One air Under favorable ooadtuons 'these''.: f'' .
k mOlature in the air sad the muUoos.of have than the of Cubans Is 20 ,. ia that the wick shall be of such material -
more So he
apsorbed profits cents. thrttty mother it to very difficult to keep the tubes clean. bacteria double e every ,twenty 1 :
r"' acre of natwoods and prairies; "thinly I the >plantation but some of them are able country gets the jolt of making ':the bags The baby should nurse steadily untfl he and shall be so adjusted to the size of the and a single germ In a pan. of WfssT. lh':

studded 'with pine, affording grateful : to work a little.and are grateful and'well and supplies them to. her colonies &t has finished but never'allow him to nurse tube as to allow'free capillary flow ot'theliquid Increase to eight-er'ms" 1n'aa blur '. : '

a bade to the animal, when the> *& I behaved. The great trouble. to ,with twice their value and 5 cents over!-That after, the'bottle to' empty u thIS fills fueL The other' to that t there shall, ty-four in two hour*. 4,04 inano 'total lte ac .; :'

. native growths shall have been replaced the socalledprotector*," the soldier to no wor'however; than the matter Qf the stomach with wind and eaueee colic. boa suitable supply of air to the flame. > at fete end .of : k %;',
3 bytsucfa rich stock grasses u the Louis guard. U the latter want beef they will flour. Cuban .NO portion any'lamp: require more tw.twUnIJtUW
might get its direct from Regularity as to the quantity given and growth wa* -" .>
.6Iana' e fPaapaiim'platycaule. ), the Bermuda kill the first .cow they can eee though Ube the United States for W per barrel: but it the time of feeding are essential itha.t.h careful attention than doe the wick. To eleven figures to write the numbed-"ot ,

t (Cynodon dactylon), the crab (Panlcum the finest Jersey;;"tt fresh horses are sells in Havana In the best of times at never be overlooked. Never feed WJck secure free" capillary flow through the bacteria springing.from a,*']': t" # E}

jt ,. ;f' :d' sanguinale, and others, win.offer an In- neededthey. neV themselves to -the.beet $15 per barrel because every ounce of It oftener than one In two hours, and'gtad- Which It to necessary that the fiber of With rarenesmilting ,> germ*.hare,

int1, .and.remunerative field to the,keeper the plantation afford*. When the :'spirit must first go to Spain and come back ually lengthen the ,.Interval between it Is woven or spun should .be as been found in a' cubic Inch'otfresh'odXC' I <,

-t.; ; of.butter.nstUe.' udder of the subtropical moves them to recreation,, they .t troop with a.brand beet of ,
re cow to not so generous! in proportions 'over to the manor house and'demand; ago :the- valueipf Cuba'*, plantations,', ail he grow older. When eight or nine garment. Fragmentary substances to get tt chan L. e,. free from ;bacteria. :; w'l'

: i a* that of the northern.cow,'buts use for,m'dance..t'1'4 .Coign'odd:ttme" ,tat told Iras offloJaDy estimated at 138IIJ53.SZ1.'yle1d1nK months old a little rice, .oatmeal gruel mingled' with the foist fiber impede the -Clean dairy utensils by::rinsing' m' 11f- ..
flow of
". the'Flo -mi1ker yield better than the tamely expresses-th 'night-that''.'' a net yearly income J34,000,000. or.any of the cereal*.canlu1l.prepared capillary the To facilitatethis lukewarm,water then th.roogWYiacrub. .,
',"'.) one exposed\tOjthe dry torrid heat of The, soldier pick. '. female partner Remembering that only about :one-third may'.be'added to his regular diet: of,lac- twisted,.flow the wick should be loosely woven In.hoi'water and scald with bofUng'..water'or :,.
and not tube
"v ; Texas.aad the' 8id-oontinent. .The possibmues wherever; they can-lcamp followers, the of the. J.ncr,OT.OOO square knometers it tiled food. Later a soft bolted egg and or should fit the too steam u4'to the 'tt.'IP'

that areiwrapped up in the wonderful daughter d'.the;.p station; haadat'iia under cultivation these figures speak bread dipped in gravy may be given.' The tightly Wicks of""should always:beof vegetable Boiling wstetyand sunlight'kfil the irm*. ;

{ .: ;alcohol some.
of of
the-burning and }
3 -cassava and .be e4. hay .as dairy the proprietor** of.course-.flow* like wa ought to'be ferUle, from frequent bapUsm fare,slowly; watching the effect of the the oils desired fore'mnfcing the 'chookt.nrasav his K

'?:; feedi'-are. yet untold and' undreamed of. ter..OJ. athenawatea, ,nevecsdowedLorttheexternsd'ttae'of s of blood through, KlO,year*.. .;Within food upon the ebRd'and regulate his boW- single wick ln result a single are tube obtained, and froma .with hands in hot,water,.a* the 'IJot:on'.:eJt" q:' .

Florida may one day supply her huge _' 'abnif''ofItors; the teat two years,it. ha been enriched eW'bY.maklng?the fnefcessary changes'inhis'diet no''covertng protection to the : hands Is full'of genmgz Vg nCk. la'a pall .

/ ..ceravansarie' and tau: orange growers' and if they:do not eodj'' tne scale by*maehing fay, upwards of 400,000 Iranian cnrciisnte= : ''She win be imply repaid for her But In other a or especially, flame. I .hat.ha a top.eeldered tithe *Me*., 'la % ,; .

,u possibly"also the:"cotton :"'.,'.the .thing/generally'and.making. ,'bon\ Fannie'O. Ward in 8: Ix>utoO' -ai. trouble.* A child the te Improperly fed to of in the burn.lug the_top a six taolt hole'Uau&tnto wbfch f f-

a .middle:South with a rich, satisfactory are, ,of;the'building/tWptonjBr. considersselflsdq' -* ocrot'' cross, and many an. hOur,of anxious care the part kerosene of the limp such to an necessary arrangement a* will of fits'a,_strainer, TBe trainer tskea out t "

article of butter. The Tallahassee.region : .t'.Tbere taas/never been any It .t will ta 'spared'' If!she can;' keep 'him protect the flame and bring of to be washed and the opening;gjves 'room' it _,';
a current
ha already set the pace There'are mU- danger from toaurgen ; nxke'finta alleged healthy and hearty. .'w 'Miry.O. : for washing Ce' paH rThto; pair-.keep'' .
Miami Experiment Station. air in contact with It for its
lloas of acre of low. wet.lands.perfectly; protection necessary, as' the proprietor The United Experiment-Station: "- __- -_ idation. ; proper ox- bacteria in the fine dust fromtn*eow.4"
'adnjlrably'adapted to.ntock'growlarat4d .to known to be in sympathy with .located .here }bids fair to be a valuable body from getting IA the v lit; Brush-th*:1 ico.

dairying much-better than to. the:cultivatkw - the Cuban cause: but \(there Js everything acquisition ,not only to MIamI and the w Laundering White Shirts.Fanners' .'* udder"with a,a kdampeioth'justtoifore :: f

' ,of frnl and vegetables t to fear_frbni tbe'protoOtOna" When the Biscayne Bay country, but' to the 'entire wives cannot depend on the The Bocklng-Chair Habit milking and tnfik:in" a -place'!itree' 'i:
Ia bacon production" tOo;her ;capabUltiesrr crisis .cotpes, .if,: apaJn to .ootnpelled,:towitrflo tropical portion of"Flo, a.' Information team or Chinese'laundries to launder the English physician are emphatic in.their from dust. Strain the' mDk.througli.tt1
j ':great The aWjlieT. ;force*, they wM" shirts'even'If have plenty of ordinary wire 'through(
$ ? *ame rasorback tofcerewith celebratetheir'departure h.teen"given'out I that='the government they money" eondemna.tIoa'of what they' term the screen and one: i'

v 3' r k : ,ihla gray or fsandy''sebrastripeand ... by burning the place, if Witt,have 'the most complete tropical'experimental to pay forjt and they fin*it very convenient "American rocking-chair )habit** To this, thickness of canton flannel l or:four tilek-J i f-.t
: hi capacity, '.parsing not murdering the t know how to do the work noises of cheese .
.4l for family1 upon'whoeebounty'theybav station in the world In'these' they affirm are due many of,the nervous cloth treating the.eki''

through. fence.Hke a-dtoaohring.ylew., ." :Io'teng sutwtoted.'The .. grounds ,'fruits, flowers treesand'.Shrubs themselves The washing"to fully a* fan diseases to olds American women ,are with boning water' Just before using This, .

?;f-c:, wMcb. furnishec.th* Smithfleld bams ofthan. nagnltude of ttIgs.ln,thto-Taonll': will' be gathered from all, part"of the portent a* the Ironing for .unless they are victim The amount of ;nervous energy method wm.grre,milk:WiUi:;'few .germ f rrI:

; national th| perfectly "clean no amount 'of polishing In useless and Cool milk:as soon ..;for if kept
state amuse the arat gger. Besides tropical""world, and the most scientific ag expended Injurious rock ,
I; reputation; ''Whe abandoned by'man' tranvway,.,there a re'twentyflve;'m e* "of ricultural experiments Will be'carried forward would make them look W 1LSome' ing Is. they say incredible twenty or thirty mkiutea:before:cooUac a 11l-e "

44Ip to a diet of palmetto roots this wretched broad ,-guage 'railway': (within. .it* UmitB /, Through .-this. ''channel' DeW' and housewives wash the shirt with A woman who usually.imagine heneif-. the'souring germ' lilt mfr doabt:''Th*:' -J.'

: .- animal to profanation.of the iandscane: equipped with'five locomotive*;'of largest rare runa will be' introduced. Among the :'regular W' hlDCerK' save .them to beresUng war exercise a* much fore colder milk to kept the longer it wilt bait4i.

bq *..potency.of,*ausags.to.. in;"him. *l e,"'WO'frelghr ani and 'ISO box ear*. the' fruits that-will receive a.'good'share aiaiteiy. of the lower muicle of the''back and.of sweet..MUk,that.ha*.been kept:at forty :

i k / en the native pork;chop, shall have-la the would degree baa been kept weet a. week m. .t ,
There thousands of{mule and horses of care,,;( will .be European' 'grapes. Al legs as suffice to,run a sewing .
It the. inobmparabl savor,of the'pe ut and carts;: .*v general supply store; pnarmacy though'theed are not classed as 'tropical *d;_ )-.;tM4n in a tub ..the night before 'machine for the. same length of time. August T1act'germ, which .sour:milk ?%1 v

.'imparted; ,by a, six weeks'--,feeding,,and ;.:;schoolhotwei; ,obirch. ,Ice making fruits yet, those Who* T8 charge of the they,are. to be, washed, with plenty ,of I Not one woman .ma' dozen ,sits still ia a grow best'af. blood heat,'; af rs J"degree*,. .

=: : th*,flesh ahall,hay received hardening plant, machine shop, "carpenter and black- station are enthusiastic over this branch water.to, cover them and let them soak. rocldng-chalr-and 'verY few are"content; growth 4s slow, at B4 very.slow, JMsl KtJ9. !:---. ;' '

.,3 touch r of corn (the velvet' bean to D said amrttw nops; In hortl .an the requirements olrhorUcU .' A year or more ago', the In'the'morning' put .on a boiler of soft I with the gentle swa7lDi,motJOllj,which Is tt topev Water' IA: Kana! 'weasel if
,i t. oe even.better:for thto water. pate !\the clothe through the stands at about 57 : '-
purpoee), then of an Isolated community. The attention Of Prof*.'Webber,'and Fairchild d only mildly'exhausting and*which occasionally with.lt clean;= ;t'ir
we irheJl.have"baooo- more'"fine'and harms grinding house'contains peveral enormous wasl'011edtb's e..'few specimens of European wringer Into the second tub, and. when compensates for the exertion by milk can be cooled and held at tt degrees1' r' ;

delicious. '" _*- -,. the water, had heated,..pour It over them. sending an bid lady and kepi we t'eacBy.thirty-six' jforty or
aT : comfortably :
: engine. and wUdernea .of "wheel*. gropes{igrowlng n'thlg'seotioa. andthey sleep. f-
-. ;The same substantially'is tans of Haute band'. ; Wash'them through"this,:using plenty oflYoi7OI' Rockers are and eight boon ta our hottest-waatheri 1ft-., ,;J"4-.
hz and'machinery.:..\It, to ,lighted.;by :were *uprfieor,wtth the rapidity, of rare unpopular in
:.beef' .ThVfamtohed ton[ horn: slaughter- electricity.. and:.bBno.: | tank, each .of growth.;.their' great bearing qualities del ; other good; white :oat Common England and this to cited as one reason best method of cooHng to to use s cooler. "
-4 put of a dry.wire grasslrange j ,ryellow soap. contain rosin which In which the milk fiow5-'Oytya'cbiUed': !
: in winter whkhboldf'i ton of'exude sugar'it"ra4I.way.to lc flavor of' the fruit. and the ,J1atcn why the health of middle-claw EnglishWomen ; "
;, "sorry,meat, But there L'inaaY'a turns white clothes yellow. Put the to so generally surface in drops cooling each:drop thoroughly -' '
/ superior that
run them on,:.acale* for --weighing ness of the vines, as well as their exemption of '' .if
Florida farmer'who known from"'experience ; d.'anpP 'for. hateUng'theotaMemptying 'from disease. A fewday.'uoP oL shirt"* into the' boiler ,dh good hot;suds our own. r and'quiekiyJ: e ;. **- "1".J

,what ha not beeh'revealed.to .. : and Ie them!, bon ten minutes- Do notcrowd'
m11i Is '
a After the: eyooteid'puthi: cansj
thecontents'; ] into bags.. In Taylor, of the Agricultural .Department, .
-\ .town's bodies..that'thle < themes.they should have plentyof : t
came wild-eyed .: : containing it In tank of eoW water and
prosperous 'tola j plairtatdon, 'turns a grape epecWlst, Caine here for the purpose A Nice Cake s
: . steer,.whenfattened, Just long ..enough out'100,000Vbags'ofXcrude: 'sugar every of Investigating especially the European room and water to obtain the best re- Very: keep at,80 degrees or:lea*.' Ifjthe/dalry* .t rt'main :"
nottooaionig-oa:: white 'corn meal 'and aulU -When they are done lake-them out One-half cup of butter, one cup :sugar, eaailT .
year; foot this,year whonj more than ever grape* growing here. At the home haaiwendmult this I* > done by ;
begganreed ? into:Je-tub add water to make two eggs, one-half of tnllk and
hay.. cured fragrant enough cup 'one
and ought: ,to be made in tomeet UDut. Cocoanut letting,; small strum of 'shatflow
,, order ; place of Rev. ,and lira.- Bolton, at '
green with si drop I ,them coot enough to handle; rub' them one-half of flour and teaspoonful
___1 never of rain 'oaau its cup. '
'through tank. At JM ,,
ual "P. R. will hatdly .make' half Grove he several varieties We AgricuU i .
leavesghres ? through this and rlnse'through two of baking powder. The half -float '
cteaks'more water i cup of
3- Juicy and_.savory that'amount.19 The sugar j to sent.to New a d, upon investigation .ascertained ,that tural College milk tit kept; good 'forty-V c
than.the.,*taU fed 'ox of Lancaster *, one clear the other Just blue enough should be rather scant. Cream the batter '
; Yorktotpe eight hours withoutettlier te.- :;wto t
this or -
reflnedrand year it will theee specimens were doing better .here ,
';e x ;v; county. They. &R.betterNbeeaose,they bring.low;price,";becaose of a..large 4IDltt1 than in their native climates.:. One small to make' them clear and/white., Insufficient then stir in the sugar and beat till qvtt milt The milk.to cooled .to JO degrees on 'f :
'- have/that :rinsing win leave7 them . Ueht add the yolk of the When *
: .indescribable iwUd
relish Of eggs. '
Char Cooler
"} of scorched cane, ',lnc.b& vine.eighteen month from planting. a with .well-water', potto, ,I" '
= v--: fragrant WeU Hang them on.tEe line in the sunshine beaten to a cream add half the flour.
i as" ;as .lnq.I& of soldief IliaulPntl fortr-q 1&rl can and the can wet hi naif ,4- ;
or oacrea ten.burn'a few bore 150 pound of rich, tuscioua-fruit,this ;
.' .
until and
.lactory.totwb dry. beat well add the milk, when well
; sense'instead of"on -
only barrel filled with well water The-bard :
byacoidntv.or'di; ignf ,and 'the year. The grounds at the station &i1I being .
.ae'th. :;:tame, meat -Ie".-&:''Powers" ,' .In scorched stalks are generally ground .with prepared for the' planting of_'a.large ..The"cOld starch hould be partly prepared -' mixed. the rest of the* flour ,ln which the res"are packed with haff.and'th&,_wdei; :1 :
't ,:: Country:Ckntleman. baking powder has;oeen thoroughly mIx-
1fv' thereat tiro '' in the.evening before ;wish to water changed night'and-morning,' :'Dalnrmn E
\ i"s r** J ,. ? c but- ;Jutce:.C mes from 'the number of vines. Prof.-FaJrob1Id to now you '
jjS ed. Lastly beat in the white of the
r egg.
l.. : .,;'fY".J i -1 *-. I first equeexlngblack; .*a ink. Jt, lighten in the Mediterranean Sea country making use ituThla to done by cutting,three table stylus a tong fn tmnm freer. the' .1' 1

A".o".t. ''. -.. > N - considerably .the'iproceas of, refining; a* thorough investigation of the grape of l. of starch-Into _.bowl with already beaten to a stiff froth. Bake in creamery or having little milk
a: :. Sugar' Hairing In;Chiba C but I''yet too dark"'for first':claas sugar: that; favored '-sectIOn .He.will make '* BlxtUblespoonfnto: 'of 'water; Mix thoroughly two should biscuit On lined OP three'round tin*. The the college methods and deliver the.milk."J (.'
tin with and
iJ"Whu.: the present war began Cuba.had .A We"'occupied along day jrolng'over tads large- selection ..fromthe .choicest varieties ;and cover It to keep the dust out. be paper should In good condition every other day,: 'tho*. .l '
f not bake too lone.JTwe minutes In & "
j )f' l.sn prosperous'plantations.:Today.th* plantation,but seven! 4ayk. would-be- required bring ,(hem,to' this, coontry to be Next morning add more water. stir:until moderately not should make .saving a heavy'.expense for MHng. 4 'Ii.
oven them
: :
.. "'sound:of:th grinding is low," 'for'..onlyslx ,to wee.all ItIf jJOiD .of-totere*; planted in the Miami Experiment SUUon the-etarcn'I* smooth and put in'a drop Just the right shade of brown. For the In delivering the creametT:;have"ai" '# ;

:T. : ofTthem are'In operation.' A, few Be_'.she"''flower;gardens. which surround grounds;the results of which will make a or two of, bluing; then take a piece ot 'cover on the wagon' cover u. eaio*-wltiiita + ;- '_ '

i..f A s :weeks ago I vtaitod one lot the six, whichtokoatedx the house with their fountains and ocmplete transformation in the varieties soap and rub it between the hands la the fining, take one-lourth'poun4 of and nice figs wet blanket,' over ,jrbJch pot' :;,
two ounce each of nice citron seeded
tr "_ ; { ki"the"southesters: comer statues;i and,acres-.of roses.-,there to'an of grape grown along the"bay cduntry. starch' :jli the mixture: to frothy like cover., This win hold the 'temperature40wa \ "
the citron
Chop first almost
t.i" '- 'Province[of sfatantTts:, !It- '- : soap suds A'little arable'dissolvedin to until the milk es&t the cream-1 "5el'J'
"tan.dq' wa* an extensive ,park. ,containing t the choicest -Miami, Correspondent,T.-U.,. : 'ft;C..Wax gum a paste then add the figs When fine add *
t. journey,1 leaving' HavanaJl 5X tree*and shrubs of the.tro C8- regular 4" i ,water and added to toe starch make raisins. ( and' July 28th, we made an eumineUoat.pof ;

M. and reaching the goal soon after snnset. soo"'mnd; botanical.garden combined; H suffer Dip the collar cuffs'and.Urt the Chop very fine ,' mix the"milk delivered at a creamery.'and! 1 ,.
_ .i .. < Prob4bly'thedtstanoeL; notlmoretban'200 artiflolal"lakes'ccm.re4.wt 'w tw-fowl; : 1t .. ,to Co.er''ieUy, bosoms:in,, one at a Ome. 'and be 'sure thoroughly When the cake are cold; found the lowest temperature.be 71 de-j.
> rAD beat the white of three to a' :
- : mile*, ea' tb 'crow flies'but;the an aviary'deer7and other a ilmato. Then Idea that might have been borrowedfromtheTwax that every thread of She linen to saturated froth add six even tablespoonfuls; egg of glees while '.of;the. patron,. :4s;

'. roadorigtnally f boitt* to!.accommodate we took. steam car.rWo. peveralmiles, ; j}comb;that keapa honey with'the rtareh. Roll up'tightly, end let sugar delivered milk at 80 degree Or:hIabe4' .
andwhen well mixed
Faye the
stir In
,. efcop-
,; ; some:large estate.aigxags"to and fro like I to;vtott'one'of thelUages,*U'the,farther sweet.arid pure .la the use of p&rafBne them remain -halt an hour before Ironing. pY4, large :1UYer--forJr. one P8 tFoIl. milk standing atll; dllT8eS1 '
using a
'. the tacking -8blp. Travettng Toy ran end 'o< the"plantrtf\ What'would'my.der wax to cover the top*' ,of jelly glasse*.]\ t ..Tour Ironing board should tw-covered well : At such temperatnre milk might leave -.

i }' .T in Cuba to.never,unalloyed delight and in re ''give to have"Just5> }: i>ne':of,',thoe Paraffin*has'been'nsed 'for:this purpose with''several thicknesses of' old blanket jraen. mixed In cake spread box between' the the farm sweet and arrive at, the!_creamery -*
; Keep have
a if
a these, troubled 'times by'housewives for number and then'with:white'' which pee. yon sour. Mflk ,
dtocomforts", WY59ptht; palm 'treer'inr.te;: & front' a of years muslin. *41 of are rosined In a covered);,
.I one if not. in a,cloth and then in
doubted,:;:Beside the usoal downs."sad yardt:mnd here,:::were coouaands'' them to growing more and'more in favor every stretched:smoothly. and securely" tackedtothe wrap '&! wagon but without blanks' .
; keeping it In coot cloeetY.Cs. .
T a irregularity of ice the beat, dust:and to spares Ourhoetsentamafl tdctlntboo. year as the simplicity, economy and good ,: boards.,Two'cover may be made paper In'We.tera dry can, raised 10 degree in hauling one and, -

\.a>; lIe.o!; ; *-now-a-days {,;to s3 xw.howttwia: done. %The result of the'method become known: Par; like: .pillowslips' theth- at they aremeter Rural. a ball miles-Kansa* bUM are in amine wax'can be obtained at' all at' -end than: ;I,, Bulletin. -
_t momentary danger of being smooth, round trunk!looked!-ne"a,telegraph drugstore one other, end a ;
: ,
,dyed Into derailed 'exploded'by bo& 'pole-fully.n feet froo i,.the:.groundtothe *; at moderate cost clean'.one:eMpped on the board ,every tA4'fThe Florida Mango. -.. : -

f \aad each.ha* tt*dlaqulectng*.U bhtne&t_of tuft 'of''iprendtdpIn: , Jonljiop; t*Wb :PFeestom' to 'done'' the 'wax to Ironing,4.,' They 'should ftC the board For some time the fruit stands of Jacksonville .. 1' ..

tWo Ironclad cars filled with Spanish sol without.>']branch 'between!,-The Vman melted';and a.,1&781',of., quarter Aof an Perfectly and be put on so the seam will nave displayed the mango, a The:county cigar tobacco '., ay\f

I i 'dier.atandlngrty their guns'att'th.* toophole.v -. toot.*a.bI.eOt,ropeV..tbruztbare;foot Inch'o:less I* poured on top. of the jelly. be at.the edge of.the,board. ,A:second tropical fruit which to generally a .tomb' the Lake City Reporter held an. entbui'; .-'

H* ': flophlatfcated;: travelers: watch Into* l loop at.the ended it.land wound the This hardens once and being-perfectly board,the,. and Shape of a shirt bo- ing block to the new comer from' the smile meeting last Saturday for the pur-r :

f, :every,-. tbickst/,hl3.::''and:.TkoHow. ;which. rest :.around.totowaist sad ths-tree; then air-tight-.keeps the Jelly from mouldingor oar and'covered" like the,first U also necby North, but Of which old dweller in the pose of perfecting *anorganlxaUOtt UJ*' ,
fight,.po.aibty.helei 'Insurgent : .' '' :. ', hi, .- tropics. become remarkably fond.- -: mutual benefit of the growers'and avpeo'4y ,
.an and ,hto machete.b? MsTeeth. up .heshinnedupiike .growing tough-on top. It to easy and '
s throb. 1Uem..h-Wtlae;; : dirty floorthe : a a.liaard totie.verytopCwhere ; cleanly to apply and'' toi; 'remove andamonglperaDQ :<> ., 'ironingithe 'neck' bani"then The single. Immense seed in its.envelope tally.to discos .the best,methods of vmrketlng ',
"-' 'of ;'carjattjthel: first Indlcaboa;of 'atAfterhoorsvof -ne jwhacked-off lone: t::the,bug who:haft.tried all method :fold,the back and Iron K,''then'the'cuff*.' of flocculent towy fiber, fining the teeth the.fine crop of,_fillers'andwrap: : ,2- ,,

!' ,- ;' \ eaves'4 A*' w ta'4mot''thiig* In. this *.It,to'agreedtobe'the, moat:-. & 'sleeves ,and:front" of the shirt When full of 'string, to the chief rock or of pen 'produced In the county the'past;' .

% .-. 'alow":riding ;through> Wicked,world, thevaeac' nt waJ more'rapid tory:?When.rtherwaxto taken off, afterelgbt \ready.;to:iron'the;'bosom,' clip,the.Small fens to the novice. It is not'difficult to seaoni The' value oft1M: present-crop-\ "

t ? ,totally unoccnpfed. country. between. t honi- and angeron* thanrxhe *c< ntj\but.ne.ne or ten.month* have elapsed the jelly board inside the,hlrt.'and press,the bo- cut away.thefleh] around If, a* the"vete will be worth.considerable. to 'our'pro-, ".*

:earN field*the smoke.from more born. came;:dot ;riantn \
>* l eJda '*itZZv .ta..oJaot and firm; but'after it become:so mellow. ben the need then of'an 'unlti" and:-t'''
vn ettber 4de. at nigMfall n.w" for'W'b' . vould glad. the"glass'a'.at the bottom,'and the wax rag water, and rub the surface .
", J with a* to be good eating unless th' H, Uas all'll.. t '6th. Mar to .uly'h.
-- hed .: !bb little h&mlet pf .ct.ab palm trees > t o lnl 0 na" oral ,.D be sad; and used for the raie purpose it to rem -je any starch that may r
: S. t' atf'T i 'hut*. ti nat was our -e- llfe, again.-American Kitchen Magazine. dhere, to It. Iron until It to perfectly.qty. sharp as a razor the too '1 grooc best 1".11 a ;
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_ .r W. M. Featherly. C. O. Featherly. Some remarkab specimens of STATE OF FLORIDA.SMALL .tJ in the past few months for cattle, so .SPARKS FROM WIRE. with General Miles to the correspWd* '

Swedish steel lave been shown in the somebody has money and its circulation ents The correspondent w&o ,pu1> rHifhed t/. -

\ I will'help everybody. '- TELEQBAIPHIC NEWS FROM' ALL the interview f
::; ; TflB MIAMI IBTROOLIr Stockholm exhibition.. One was a ribbon with General- < :
: of.-steel extremely thin and NEWSY ITEMS ABOUTEVBUYTUING ocrat Bronmon. PARTS OF THE WORLD., Miles and subsequently *ub.tantt -" S V

'f' SPttblished by over 4,000 feet long. I It was so thin as IMAQUsAlILt. t One of the elders Informed.us that hili statements -with topics : and', u--:

,t ;f 'The{Bay Brscayne Publishing Co. to weigh'only fony- ree pounds. The there were seventeen Mormon Sunday ,Short BtoriM of the !World's Doings tracts from official orders iBsaeoj-TbJf '

: --"I- sample was produced at the Sandvik Clippings of florida E/ents-.?Jhrom schools and seven church organzatibns !- Told by the,Telegraph InS ; the War Department is preparedSto .
;: : '
: Our Stats Exchanges Carefully ': in Florida. Some oi*these organizations prove that he did not obtain the or- '''
: 2 1898. works where a very large proportionof CoadeJiasd Jlorm.
: MiamX. Dade }' Sep. II .
the paragon umbrella ribs of the Condensed for Our Busy \ I have church, buildings.Some -. > -. tf60UTH tiers or copies of them from General* '

if> world are produced. The steel is so Beaders. of these organizations have ATiANTKJ STORM Miles,.and .that officer, he aays cannot -

t ? Bootblacks are seldom seen on the valuable that in ord r to maintain its II ::1 l church buildings. There Is some talk A terrific storm srwept 'over the be responsible for -their publication.If \ '.

t streets of Berlin, owing to the fact here in'Denver V South General Miles seeking a court .
I church and
standard_ every piece is examined, of .Of establishing a coast region of Georgia'
tons iron
There are on'
i.-: *: that H is one of the duties of German' and workmen ,cut out any parts that track ia for the nor Union I| when enough members are. se- Carolina last week. of.inquiry, persons familiar With mflrtary -
to shine shoes La the the side Tampa ; -< re' the that .
servant girls methods t
opinion -
the dwi-
are burned, and removed the last i cured. Crescent.City Philosopher.The The flooded condition V
household, and of porters attend to 'Bridge Oo., awaiting t.ranspOJ1.a..1tion the c department will endeavor to block '
7 particle of scale. \ good results of the Florida fish try renders communication, .difficult,
hotels. There bootblacks at to Key West. ,( hId andthis infer '
it in are Um
sa I Is".'are apparent Charlotte Harbor and in many sections tt is entirely cut ; purpose
1 5 principal railway depots but they ; THusville has a band with seventeen ence".fa:borne 'out by 'the'faet1fiat,, ; S
been received to
The new pendulu chronoscope is I I this year. Vaat1.r"gre qcantl- off, and no news lias ,
f flnd more /patrons among women good musicians in its membership* none '0k the'sitrt1&na attributed :to. :, ' -.
;: said to be the moat onderful timing ties of fish may"be found than heretofore Indicate what the conditions are. : ' ,
{'. 'than among'men. 4 It is said that Columbia l"OU ty's fishermen General*Miles, are being7 called l .f !Taj : : -
instrument in the wo leL It measures and the ..experience'us The first news from foe< .Carolina ";_
:> -44a- accurately down to the one-thou- crop of tobacco will, reach over 100-.' no trbubl4a.. making as heavy Sea-' which were the scene of question ,by ,either, the.Secretary r'1r .-. > .

4 rlbe Sheffield, a Presbyterian sandth of a second lit can be used 000 pounds this year. ,, catches as they wish. This ,season the great .tidal storm of 1893, Inwhkt General CoHbin, :publicly t '.-,' i j jJ.: >:

;k" :minister I. at Tung Chow,)ias invented with 'the quickness of a stop watch, The snap shot camera fiends I are there Is .more mullet than market' ithooaandfl. of people perished ; ; Jj1-1 : ?
.'for the ChInese language firing away at the hotels and other fish will be the CLOTOBtJBST. -F
{ ; .a typewriter and neither electrician nor mathematician and the packing of > ,was received today., While. storm

: This- machine is capable of is needed.to operate the Instrument points of interest in St. 'Augustine in extensively engaged In,-Punta Gor- was nothing like that of five years Heavy rainfalls and a-cloadburftia| : : :.. Jk- V

: Writing: 4,OOO' .characters, which are which is mechaklcal, with sun- great shape these days. No less than da --Herald. '! ago, the loss is heavy. The beadhes the lower portion of tKnox. eoraryi- .. . r it' .r.0" ,,:, -:"

% 'eAlried'aI'OuDd.__ : the circumference of pie electrical attacbm Y. The speedof fifty cameras were leveled at |the Jerry Bankman the' oldest citizen north of Tybee are Hned with:wrecks Tenn., occasioned" ft ,generaT" flood }.\ I I'r< : .

'T numerous type-wheels. It requires a cannon ball can| be determinedby Ponce UeLeon Hotel one day last Archery died at hte home of his of ttmall craft and at Bluffton' and the the section of KnoxvilK;.'BereralK-ir"i i it Y: '

,the'depression of two keys in order the new-timer, and] it will tell the week. .::9. : step-son a: few days ago. Mr. Bauk- small settlements nearly.all the houses stream. running through .tie cfty.- "'" oft;

;to print V aimpto character. lapse of time between the firing of a !r. J. L. Gaskin of Starke was man was a native of South Carolina, were unroofed, and many. were deatroyed. flooded and washed away whole:lain-';, ,. "-

; .-- revolver and the startiiig of a runner, accidentally drowned vn a lake near V but settled at Archer immediately after bet and coal yards,.mlao did:'damage:. \, S
:Religion is the thing manUre by. or determine bow iongt It takes a,boxer that place Thursday. He was one\ of the Mexican war ia which he The Norwegian bark Bagna, which to buildings by filling- .cellars with .

; Every thinking man has a religion, to deliver a blow. the best known men in Florida having fought, carrying to his grave "bulletin went ashore on Gaskin:Bank,:is 'a:total waiter. tf -. '

;f. .because every thinking maa:,'has served as 'Florida legislator for his left shoulder received at htat, wreck today; The captain and'crew 'The tracks of the Southern Rairway ,. ,

: rsomething ,he Mves by. The veriest communlngs V the a number of years occupying at onetime .:,;.._. _TW< >_fuv>ir! w>. 07,.. .vetht of- acre.time. .. were. n aavefcL__. __. at Concord ten. Tnile-from'Knoxville-- ) -
it The of hearts bf U'-- www -- -- -- - .
,. ,-which he \ the position of Speaker. of the The bark iNoe In atempting to rescue washed '
at'ha of
"i religion upon the old are' with the scenes of the I. ., The deceased was 97 yeans were, away tnereuy uopptng"S.

,'I 1F, .leans, when he Is, 'hard 'beset in the past, and the companipns of otheryears House. j jPensaoola age. ,. Vg. the crew of which Lieutenant I all travel toward Uhe South. The \ '

,+" ,fight',of life;. upon which he throws has twenty-four, fee?1of[ the .Morgan and one of hte I companions I So therns tracks on the,Asheville.di:
't who have long, ago pasedaway. Hickson, while rowing along ( '-
.: :himself for'comfort at what time
: ,and sorrow' assail' him before wanted more and wantcdIts6quiok ,Small steamers have patrolled Cal- station near .Harriman ani embankment. : { ?
$ 't taken from them and [heir acquaintances killed a deer in a ) '
?tv|- .whose shrine he kneels with.speaking that they wired Senator (Mallory who abogue Sound all ,searching for was-washed, snroy,. cutting"off
> laid in .dsrknes The forms queer,':manner. When he was about } o: '
K\- .br; peechless"lips. Rev. Dr. Fishorn. is in Washington. He aw'the, chief the bodies of the heroic rescuers, but communication wHOi-; Cincinnati aa' :
they loved and admired are gone, the five'miles-down the shore and opposite' ', '
'' of the engineering department.'and they have not b D,recM red. Lonlsvflfe. The entire wrechlnganl ; ,
; I 11f eyes that looked'into t sirs with the. Moultrie, he saw the deer near '
Wired back that $hv dreuging ld The loss to the rice crop on the Savannah bridge crews of Knoxville and Bristoi = '
tMBtn.Cable, .Illinois, tells of an. experienoe tenderest affection are sightless, and the, water, and hurriedly made a estimated at .
River alone ,
resumedimmecll&tely.Tampa done
be have been out r14ngda.mes .
'f : :pi his to mlcM& The day the voices, that 'ch ere and stirred landing, armed with nothing but an '" .= .
? of
Three-fourtfhs '
Herald. $200,000 to 250000. to the'railway. t't
: 'W foggy,>and most of the passengers their souls-have.: long .since been silent \ oar. Alter a hot foot.. race the game The loss ;
the has ., ,cloudburst at Concord washed
Frank Eaton and (I. .tl'ando have crop .
; were.below' listening to twoi'whowere : Th.eya "only waiting till} theshadows.'are was disposed of with a well-directed between Savannah and several entire' .
to the planters
housesand an
'" in three loads of t away ; \
a little longer brought wagon < blow.-rttusville Star
holding grown
Augusta will run-into the hundreds of rescued from the roof oft ... .
which has been loaded .th family'was
i'Tld'ppel uieetIn1n the to pa. othe reunlo that awaits on e afternoon
At West Palm Beach Saturday
cars for L. Thorne, of Bartow where thousands.: "floating/Jvome. No, lives Went J. ,
them and the of those ,
glad greetings
Suddenly entire
i' saloon.;: and without warning I Ii the population was flood is in t e'P" \\
A heavy reported 1cL''. :.
: the love.Who {not do what it will be cured.The tobacco was raised Ato% '
and would
q there was a:terrific crash they i throw, fever excitement over and waterwill ,
Savannah River engenwere' resulting from.high \ ' }
at Formosa north of town and is per
be to cheer the loneliness of the "
1" engines stopped. 'EY yon rushed'on can : the report of a terrific explosion sent out from here tonight ,to be thousand dollars ' "*1 :! :
:7 .deck.: .The; steamer had run into an aged, to 'smooth their pathway, and as fine a lot of leaf as any Mr. Fand6 which' sounded .as though an earth-- of:its approach..The many |f..r
wam. planters ,'
-t .' who is an expert, has ever raised.-Orv .
;,1 : : comfort \hern in the r declining 'had the.
: struck
"..,' ,'J .ekg- \ quake place. Upon !' cotton crop In tfae counties adjoining FIRE nrowosso.- L- .ri-
"; years? The churchman,. lando Reporter. investigation it .was found' that the that : i f" .
b? :, S. Savannah, is practically A:Free,Press special says t.hr.; |
< .1. We notice some fine crops of' rice racket all caused the .
H was by ,
.' -Si- whole.business'yortioa Owossoi, Ie t.f fMfcknOOmiles '
%' iV'ordnance'surveymap of Eng- iaid during' the of -Mr. G. Chase and Mrl -
'Th i.niountof money out -I at, places : ;a soda fountain, 'which was being west of Detroit, is endangered '

t'jf- :.iand,,} which contains over 108,000"sheetsTand :the"past,year in, ,.tMe Oak upon W. iL (Pearce's in this city. We. u Jderstand charged in the rear'"of,the Seminole indicate The latest that reports Savannah from-was the in storm the by a Are.whIch *s'now rag1t-1 \ ,

i which has cost $1,000,000' a the; erection new buildings ; equip they are estimating' a yield- Hotel by Will ,Herd, a negro. inc southern' edge of.! it.. .IU' ,full' ,force" .;.-::Up to"11:30: following fljnia 0' i,,

yeari'forvtwenty,years to keep UptQdIiaaIdto ping'mills,' factories and!shops .etc., of about 100 bushels per\ acre. .It is i only damage resulting from the explosion ten to 'miles north had been.burned out, and the-fire was l ; -'

:< be.the largest map In will h'mon than the'{sum of $50000. ,- now being-harvested. There are good was to.the negro, 'who.is now' pawed twenty not udder,control: L '; : :.
Beaufort county, S. C The yet 4 ..-t .
-:1l' chawo1d.rh.acaieTutes,: from ten the added of oranges in Mr. Chase's' :- across 4 .
Among -improvements quantities mihus one of his hands which was It :
lu.n !
!Woodward actory, con-
: ,
foil extent of the thereIs not .
damage -
( feet i'one-eighth of Inch to 'the II >
to the toW during the period.are the gfoyet1a1 on Dr..Gray', just across blown .completely off. -
warehouse ' c'
sistinE 'of a three-story .
and Dotb for"several ,
).,1- JDI): Tbe details are so minute that waterworks and establishment of the street.-C urier Informant.With yet known may t "
Here i&>a .sample e ota. man who kilns and lumber lards, totally d&.t. ..
to the inaccessibility : ,
: c sheet*:'havinga. scale of twentyfive'inclieVnow. days, awing .
; several and repair .
,manufacturing .. orange groves tobacco farms makes' l fanning pay: He grew twen of the stroyed,. loss.I100000ttheOwui5': ; : .
', every,hedge,-ence\'wall, shops.which,will vperfonn I their sharetowardsXthe and market gardens flourishing, to country. ., .
. ty-eight .acres of long staple, cotton, trttrm Brewing.Company loss 13:5,000; Crowe J 1\ J "
entire Khat the!
and isolated tree Th territory ;
;, \. building- -'even every. .' future growth and im say' nothing; of old time farming,,and which! will yield; ,.. pounds. He limited t radius' &' Payne's Implement tore,. losa$io-v!j :., _. ,
1'n i'ti f u f.the' town ravaged, although :
t :lt \ portance > The record of other industries booming 'Leesburg and his noy did theworkv'-and while 000 William;JopUn liiCZ7' estebllah/l i .r) 4
. :7't of', miles, is damaged beyond es- f. f
.jL $* T "* ff* '' .* lrnprovementsfinring;. that period .is will be as great as-ever and greaterin doing''that was growing .pork at the timate.fifty As the come in 'the meat.,.ana several other smaUer'buI.- 4.l
'-- notion one.that, few towns of its.size. can fact 'Time is needed''brttg( -
4 -rbejsst: In a traveling bag is only rate ,of two porkers a "ee.k for the ingsoggrgatIngbOat3,00O. "t.
: ., :-one;:of..,v ash g; Sctortch: plaid. Any at.1LDd..P<;*1<* well tot,.'the':'faith back the good times of the past, with ,market, which'Brought "'him $15"a indications are jiied-the'at that rri this was ; -. V I .--S v"I o.' .f' -rt--' I'I' _" ..J

r plaid,that"is friJiiant-and is-made up' our p plehs'e1'L1ve Oak as a place others of a ,later date adde&-Lees- week. He also'has cattle. He'says it severer than any has wwept 80' YELLoW"J'AOK" IN -w nmPPt t i: ( 10 :
in years. The loss of life,'
of,'a lot of tea1ors'WcaThed i Scotch, bf -business.If; the improveUents'continue burg CommerciaL / takes work to do it, but it is betterhibor :< J' .
k - -f -rTeiebagsremade- few aslthey ;have I far 88' known1, bee been email: but it The, .Marine Hospital .Service. at .:, .
\ :like :Jpr/a, years o. and sweat and, make it than
:: ; Tip exactly ( l-orto.'Bico pineapple slips are selling '
is expected 'that the reports' of th! Washington has been officially advised ; \ ,
.' the, 'usual leather ones,. and ,, are during the- past: twelve.- months Live : for. ten cents apiece and/the supply 0 lose andpuxdnh your stomach. Thtuna. '
r Oak will"stand "out of Sigh ahead of next few (ilays will how'a teTge"'fatallty. of,ten new cases of yellow fever wb1ejj i :.: .
0ted'thIeat1er.Thay: make iu, said to be for fromnoughtosupply : tnfe ,E. Perry, of nearSummerfleld I .
\. have ,been discovered at OrwoodMiss. >
\ t .t. :
.J' .pretty,,touch:of;color'with;a demure anything. ,.in 'sectionlSnwannee thedemand., Ninety crates of Marion county-rOcala:Items, V V 4 .
\ The team pilot boat J. H. RatllL arrived i k''meomcial \ "_"
'f traveling rig and:;they1 guarantee ree Democrat.'' ,' .... I IS \ Porto. Rico pineapples I.running .ten to: ,11 T.-U. &, C. in Tybee Roads tbnigbt after a . 'arestasau. to" thl : r \t-,\ [I :, .r
; : nt mrrehaier indeed the 7.urbbabilitiei .- -:-- I \ the'crate, netted in the/Chicago onductor 'Henry Cason, ,whb"has ,
:-; '- '; '-: : I cruise and "6f'the' there'and have r, 4
; and lever
night reported origin no
in the Natural day ,
& tare'that'TOIL,, got,:.yours:on, the Preserving V ' Grapes" tateLettbegrapbangjn.. ";,., ket, this past,season jiist $.8O to.,the been in.tie employ)of the So thLF'lor-, six.wrecks 'of coastwise schooners off definitetheories! to work upnTh"v .r t f( 1.\\ 6

:> .other side or else it was brought over -: ahipper'-and yet some folks, say l ida (Railway r'y years aDd/whohad <
"I' "*' tie vineas Martins 'Industry lightship; 'fifteen are! endeavoring 'to trace the \ t, .
::; { ; there is no money in pines.West friends here\was.kiUed by t.
many 3-.11
without4 miles from Several of'them There is'a' that the victims 1 .r
'% Tybee. : possibility
; Yfollowing king "possible, freezing. \
: ryj '
: : I'alm Beach. Sun. S a' negro,Friday night'at JDujtont .He :" +
their :
sunk others I bottom upward, brought the"genn Inv "clothes .
were :
: .Gather, them on aeoot.:; .dry," aywlth. ?'r'., Wo'c. .C.Wlllns one, of},Leesburg's was on his"way to his home lit Northo1n t .
< thunereeordstbe : and bttvingi been anchored to Orwood cfliom scmejDoiatheretoforeinfected \ ,
handiing 'apparently
.: -II f.:.nefiet ork. : out touching the fruit, them and : \
merchants vacation. The
heavyweight :
__,*:':. L: .Instance pf,rituideni',precoeltyt by'the" ':.stem,";and' :withthel greatest t truck formers, is budding husgroeOn Into on the a car'at iDupoail for' negrowent sopiewater 'when' lthev storm-struck them. ,"btrt the 'n .K"t." i { :if

':\ &. ,Some, people lwere>:'talking':recently care,.'.. as. 'not,id, ''.bthIsthV "lathe. Corley'Island,and getting ready to and quarreled with 'a: 'Ew4te .None of the veasela names'were'distinguishable. rant, where the epidemic 'kst, Iearand'evenbnthi'theoryc
'.. 'of rivIlTlwar;.and'the .' There were no'slgusof f.
i the < Bother; !least In :cutting,' .eJhe'stera .as .II .
: : fall '
putin ace.the'
a, crop beans.peaatoiiiatoes man.He truck in, tie
t" '1;:members",of'the" company 'had 'com- long:OT possible." Sort carefully,,leaving - / was the crews, and it is believed i that they wan j'Weat.her .should bate':brought1 V
,gg plants, lettuce strawberries * and then fired IdA '
side by yOung : nt, inhckL All sorts wreckage lines out the,fever. Orwood is far from '
g i t i TemInIceDceL ":'Which I out'ali soft or)Imperfect bunches.Pack.onUe : \ '
et .e has good and Ia reVolverr-into ; ,
: : - 'on":.durfng;;the, war,,,;. "same' dartheyare gathered pes thA'ceraa' ., was the, cooflt, inddcating heavy losses ,at railroads, and the' fever, therefore, < ,; '
feid '
'-4 < for an abundant j and large;;:returns stepping but 'thedoor.. JThe bullet1vhwAstt1ng '
'-'B.uked'they ug1r1of: the par- ,Provlde'large pasteboara boxesWhich eeL r. S might not have been brought by that 4meaha. !
from market.-Leesburg Com in
struck Ca'son
,if':;}..11'1't1; !14:.'night ilttI&woibank are S in, 'perfect**condmon, or mercial. I ; 'A, thorough' iuvestigaUon Is--: ;\
1,'who confessed'to:having en born'in new,;wooden:'cheese boxes 3i th close the car, and"passed ,through his body. -V CLAY'S 0I'RLWLPE. V to t>e.made. There'Ja no disquieting, { ; i. .

___ ,:,' .1'd2.' .'.**I., was. .. .'.Ii .arm. :on'' the,.'Southern, . fitting.'covers,,;and |a, snpp'yl of dry S. Captain!James! W. Fitzgerald! superintend He|,lived:only'.a:iew mbmtea. A, 1'tO. the Louisville, Evening l news .from.any point save Orwood.- 1(1( r

I_.r '1 ..' was",the-*:quick-reply- ,S t .-' _,/u cork. duet.- The'-cork 'dust'Jna/ ,emt of;the Plant,Steamship Co., N wawas' reo bec1.a 'erwakHtchka'a Tost.from RlcbTOond,,Ky. says:. __ .Tie Mississippi Board of Health,hai* .

SS _. .' '-_. lot ; bought .(almost t;any;drug s rand received ,a: telegram' from the New \' fewdayisagw_ that(thec onvictsst. In the petition for divorce filed by received telegram from, InspectorGrant.Stating ; t
: -j'
V ;
.,. .; : .. Yof :1 office of the company yesterday Dons'acairp at Sandy.C reek"Inth4i'
low ; General Cawdus M. Clay to secure a .jflhat yellow fever .has::
-t ,At ,the Geological Society's.meeting -at. 'a.. verjr pr'jVSeap5 ,y neltlu.j announcing"that arrangements had ; t

...!..'.la. ,London last. .April Pzuf-1L G.rSeeley It Is.a:'nonconductorand t.heat. been made'with. 'the Posfofflce Department Waihlngtou'county made,,had overpowered i legal.,araton from, his' girl wife, appearedt-Tay1or, Station* N015portof1thexrnmberofcameshm4; \ .
an tnelr.escapeJ
f"j.. ;i :exhibited 'the upper;,bone. :of reslshr moisture;, '.there ore, is ,. and thai the schedule of,/;the "h' "" n Dora IMchsrdson,. Clay ,redtea/ftbat ,; Ij'\ 7.
. ', ur ,always In, perfect :'conditfori.'" Begin A, posa e. Aed. ,caP--&M6'- the plalnHfrbartreated the defendantin Secretary Hunter, makes the ToDpwin -, :
L.the-leg: orlpaddle "of a plo line b t.ween"Poit Tampa and Havana l I" ',
butt s'erelUe : '
""" i with' layer (deal in ebox term men, who axe still aVrespecta. ae \4trt4fni.anti fojthfurhusbatid ?; statement for" the Associated "
almost : :btjrork -J '
S : ,wh1r.h':1aad: been completely. : be resumed ; .
would next '
Monday *
night.TampaTimea. '
'of them have "Win .
at /.
.H Three
large. nd 3 "r-.v- r'
V S VS: learned/into':opsliae= mineralhaving then fone of; grapes, .another: ;e "k : *" ah uld. that e J>as Press; : ,
.f ; .., VT. : chester rifles, an4'they" that they met Jhe.' : V S
say und all
.' fully discharged covenantg -
almost;completely replaced:the sub dusl,:and .5 o on. Tot. permit: 'g\tb. -I "There seems to be coneideraible ix- ) .
; fossilwas'sundin clnstenTto It touoi,:each'other. : t' V Judge O.':B. Sparkman died'"ai-Tampa will*Jt not'be taken aliveC:Bumor was of said marriage ,cntract, 'but cItninentoiertheyeliow- ferIiI- .4.:
tanoe -of the >bone. The ; : ,
J ,1 ; < ? ,
> 'tJe.d S on.WedDe a1" His loss is:a serf- thatj they frobbed,R Y ;Deaderick; ofFarmdale the defendant did, without faultonthe .
an opal m1e in,New South box, covers, ;:sccnrel ;::Wandkeepina fayette couirQr. Tie board feeIs.. .: ,
, : :; ,
; one one"to.Tamp and the Sta e.J He of'money''and provision*. part of plaintiff abandon:)lin on '
,, rsJesThV' pleslosaurusj, '.was; the dry cool attic or sto; room.nd..l > ; ceedingiy hopeful of being' ableto: f
.i ..
: was' lawyer of ablU.ty. took activepart' Mr. toshi'the'' for;u'of Dtmal- :
EsSVnii1ck \ inhabitant-o.ft :.sea.in .aternperatureoffrom-, an' Mcl July 3r 1897,;and has since,.Hve/d separate -ooaflne the fever to'1Ihe infected:diz- \, '
In and withal '
;: 're l tha Great Reptiles, or Ju- to thirty-five; (degree ;;F h belt; polities' was a public and apart from .him. trict 'Which is very healthy 'ana"notdensely F L : 4
; spirited d'citizen. His, .end eyeningf'jaJid 'apos4of'det .
; organized '
Tue dsy ; '
rassIc 1meand.sometirneataInedM4j4tb should Inot reach.forty.;I have eaten. General l Clay prays for a divorce; popalated. The.onndit1orare .i t. ,
: '
,"" : 7 .of, '..thirty. ...' ? feet. .' "\ ... ;,i. them 'in perfection' In\'Februa .,Jr- willbe-,deplored throughout Florida. zzined men to gem. pursuit and ktlhttt the defendAnt be restored very' favoraflole. 'la'case of a. spread, "T \ 7

\ K {, 4 L '. ; i---1'" !-' ,1.. J'k-S this_:method.-, :Itt; notnec '." to George Bascom Sparkman was 1.]born. -.cj-'Of':;the.,'" i-convicts.-*+. <' .'. ; to.her maiden name and given; trains'wiB:ibe proyJdeC1''tot'1. : .
1; '. STHVOnedat.atcdInvenUona( seal:the Jiterns wIthwax.rTbe.lags, Hillaborough' countt"-thI.State- ,...on., .1'h.e'IIIOn.iD.B.Bi.ket'( otSumtercouniy'CameUP' all"proper,relief, which is supposed; people. North.. "; /-- :: '_,

.i; j; -) J. .a the';eho t.4';of.[ gn''p: ,:tomes September.,.20th/1853.KCypress :, ; : )yesterday ,to",name mean that he intends to provliiea V ;; t'" :-.f .

.., ''. ]meraorandom .clock' >which'-;will I packed ;In..cork(,duU:and"'alW3! >liD : postitf of ten feet'in)length his",;:| mpalgn executive committee.. liberal allmonjr. The defendant's! an- 'coBBBrrr,WILL. FIGHT ',I'I L rJ., \ ;

( : 5dobt1, sprov&eery: 1uabIetoite ''good "condition.' The' ''D iaWnd' for. the support "'pinery roofs 'are'-in Mr, ker.'who'18'a"Tel.. dr able man| Rwer admits all the charges. ( enxilClay S . 51 j.1 .

'_:J r.'busy "business. :man_who" 'is 'eternallyVorgeling Catawba,' among"native"-;gTa"pesl 'sire demand,'and; 'are becoming I rather paid sTreiectthe8tar( ; ,and we ay.
.. bISPPOIflt1UCfltCtC.; I ; SAmechsnlsm scarce in sthlm':section/ They 'sell}:at want he lives. meiKid", AlcCoy at ao.1qHowBj !I
so long
; especially g keepers. Caution:1,Do ; ; are;.glad.r..tO.hea-: that"he andh1s..son .as ,
-J.' '- lsprpvided, ,"'he by:/the 'not use -sawdust.W:a*..substttute.' :Itlinports about lO"cents each, 'if of: good;size have been'very successful; in 'growing L, < '1 sporting..'. :resort' . ..,.and they arranged: ' ': S I\-

''' LIeek-can be loaded, as .t\were', withy4em'seda :, n1: uDp ea t.-' OOdi.t afor iil''of asasou" dheart. -wood. 'Green thdrjtobj ocrop.Offtof* "ten acresteyexpectto'houAe } THE IIThES.AWEUWALIt \ :gbt.r. proposed battle,on .OctoberT .. .5- jr'' J$

wh1eh''wUI only .rome to' thetrltb1deecoilectlAgiois- posts .are '.npi ''wanted at ,.any.pricResidents 7,000, poimds.IfMrBakerreeIYesth&5amep21Ct. .- is: the*general belief* I in. 6b t. I.l ai/Buffalo: ,;. Cortett, left_ _for.Asf.J!: > 4 t. J ,
/ :r lnto sight when Sih 'precise (noment army KurjTjarkand'will[: ..resume..tr&1u1J .
; : : < are:W.readHy'thatJt cans*' Truit "of ,.surrounding country i: claim :that. if,General at ; 1 j J"
{ 4V ,which'ihey arestimed to n. Washington o onjyonday: ,.< ;McCoy will: return .to 'I"
art jj.
appear ).7-
to decay,.and. some times,to:lake pn's I rsearchlngtheswampafor'poat" he,did''In'1897.he will get about'$4:000 Miles 1.'.ot: ordered 'before a", coormartJal ' : ' '
t ':. Snv-eaT" .Thus by,glancing.the,clpetf musty 1avorlii.connectlonwItht, ; the tlrobeiv- -..- -Orlandq .cor.. ;T.-U"r'. .&.' C.-' -,, fobItobaCCO1abOrfOtbad t;,but he.Tvill lake such* actfonjas' Saratoga ..Corbett, said: "I L.d' 'r.:1--. "," .

*=J-Tr 1Ie_ T't l_'at"_a"glance ath r.' J:r have'; never :eaten:"grjipes :{:-;}:Johnson, oft I Quincjy;:has-been' then'air.'B. is'*1 e',kind d of 'a::'man>: aat wit itose.. court of inquiry to"consider cided to.quit".the' ring. after'"thw,1Igh i" -.- ;

1AtIi1obedne'uexI . that were;; really/'palatable ;whe t.;, erpenimeinting! ,with German 1 millet-. knows' how;:to'do and,does"it.";;In ererydayj hW, grievances.Thextonvmand: t r' .lose.a '- : - : : t1S ,4-j:_:,: :-
t4 l wIth'T ii sat1 f&Ci W ; , .,
: ; 7" q-1 -: packeoC'Anottoer 5- : ry' results.: This Bfe1 he ia prac caVJuBt he ln-;gen ral has imprase1hiAtiIe'ndseteninin1 : SlInn.ca&

I :.: e ie t :. DqU (::1tj hiatry S .Wsyy- .&r': .perjteetbunchesfront yea he 'bought seed' considerable was X in!'ilegislating' for
.' _2 ,oek:'pace Von. ugusV"lS." 1889when1'rauce'aatst "which: not a. .singlegrape expense:;and planted six acresl. From .'heis,' ;ahrayV' ;successfaL to' an .fssae n.d'ey are.confident ; :, ; .,K' ScotC:, editor,.ofBoUvBrvO :the;" I 1 t
,f.J- unty Democrat, and-.Cap.Vksksburg 'jI .r .J1'
-! '-ti4 'the, Pss.de:Thduzthe n precautions grven*above. ," yah4ta: jvhicti; he: -experiencing? :little:'\difficoity ,:Mr.: lE.' ':Sh gsht;hai"; ust;taken the ;whether hfa treatment .<; WrI f."of.: Vlcksborg. c-}: -i4DIpIttcI

>,,: N '-'view ;three relays.>: f (cotton rliangtnghehe.lnaeo1, .\&'{selling;.at; $18:per,tonl, 'Besides third:.crop:off of.a r eedling peach;:tree has been !-keeping; jwith' hisTbfgh ,- Miss ,'metthefield .on'<- 1' .

V. ab, ti 3.oj:eack;-'30. prepare: the dry:'cellar.:well' Te Wate.: ':;Wra .; ,. ''--the.:millet- .- Mi.t'v"Johnson. "-- . ':'calcu-. .' of,his.gowlng that;'gives'great prom-' rank Y !While::It ,Is believed hatiGen- ,of.honor'and. exchanged two.'. .f t

: J..f $f -'*' ukea :f Tenyfive.chief f bit'of 'eott about''each' 'Jt m; l iateatoraiee, i a'fine crop''of hayr Ex 'Ise,of;beinga.TsJuable; ;:aequIaItlon.totJic eral.'Miles is anxious for a'conrt niartJ shots each.' .* ._' 5'. .

t"r. t:.'eoOi1O0:waiter'. icolliori; cellar lag Jt] with;'.a_ -slight. wrapping;jot. 'J,:;::'S.=* Turned'was_:,,1 rwn'-Friday fruit r of this;,;section.;: ThftjpeachJs l .r. court" of':.inquiry;.Jtseeni" i The aneUwts-'were lined' "up foria-; "S : ,

inetnd'-hdperaSO,000 .p1.;ja.000 thread; lay the bunches on"the cotib buying beef ''cattle- ;He. purchased"apt -abont|'the'.size\of 'the::Elberta,'
:- .< &JII._ :..bb.;and...spooms.;.in hof:aBowing One:.to' .touch:anothCoverJwith.mnbU -r: | ;;from.> .B..'Lewispay; tngt'fio: ;anc| 1 Js similar .In'shape thou n not.xo long, is'oppbsed to both proceedlngii, bn,the.K -scene;. , ahdstoppedrthevb.. >*-':::' ;.o.; .

of-, , $ :" .0 zo\1.a ahi,meat er :layerofQCjuUflT e tJn; *12 ra-' head.- ,By .holdiugtb.em. until) freestone land of 'excellent:; 'flavorVhnt snd wlilfnot! t take,the_initiative, He Js The.dimculty>grew out of an editorial.! T

p ..-a--.,w.Jr).;'thi!;'1-:ti. '."The'.'-banqueteeitt A9'Cvufifttl'.TIPQCT the:'edge OX ,the:Cubeq''market, opens p6sblyrlSof '\ Isl l,more important" than:;all,;;'it inclined rto,dispo e.of"the.pnbllcatioas controversy 'oif" the :*aIlMe.''Of''the'.J.: ., Ji'

":,f.t .theeenienar7elabrat1Ono1T the :firsii'>layer' Wm ;keep' : _" iteoi( (;be{reauzed.: -Perhap. I ;J has made & fall crop when other kinds. now berog:'dlscassed "b y7trad1ntbe Roaed1e-enlr 'Neitbf'thseoi.balanta ' - -q
'. : sat' 4L.' '" '' j mOi tb p I 000. 'have:been_ i pai :.onlti"n, ;Eis'county ,-ere','&,:'ltiir'riet"urak'n'ftez; ; cntkfsms". . : t'Ja .a 'I t :b& : : > : 'C_ z' : ; "
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i4 The Sin of jMinerya i Lane. trong symptom*.of awakening r.J'. I stories .of-hte 'unfiaHlhftlneiw'ciaowBd. v">Mjr pJ en;: i What' ,stranger t','! c' ., r.' .
> I
And seizing a turkey-tell fen trite began her infinite sorrow. wanhe'to see' Bhody tills hour of the I

to wave It recklessly and without ( Bboda was byfar the prettiest girlin night! I'sh'd like to know? '\\She{ out. ,

They's a team com in* up the road ftedL Minerva's hire sharp eyee town. -Henry I. Lane bad "ep- theein. die cold without, an/thing

..Rhody. Look ojt an' see 'if it's any r tjurlilwl wind gartJsfwidon tn shfrv saw precL ted bhn .fact. Another induce* around her?"'a&e.inquirad, half rLing M

r one comin hare. I ain't fixed for no how uncomfOfMable her l li1It.elWr t Mia ment which his mother b ten Impressed from her seax.. {

F company today find. I hope to the land brc+wning. upon him we }alt she would in- "You set still, Sairey. I guess she's pa

they'll go by." "Whe never Iknew's much tos Hbe'd OieTit nil the Stone property an estate got omethin*'round her. Yes 1 could (

r q .. .Cousin M'nerry and Hen I." ougfhter: ttbouit Frank Page an' his of no mean proportions Minerva had swear ,to Jt," chuckled Mr. Stone aa"he f. o '

i' "Why, so l"eried; Mrs. Stone, after him lust winter pkltured hl W F t
/; his folks. Hbe only met long ago appropriated both Rhoda and daughter as had

'. Kst'lsfylitg'heiaetf' that her daugh -didn't flhej?" rile Stone property for Henry 4l So last seen her partially enveloped 'in _

'ter's recognition bad been eo "why yea al'n rvy. But whist In she encouraged his rather feeble, the ample folds of a- gray ulster; and 1

.<. "!.Seal! I'd rattier see ,roost any only her pretty.shining head visible w r
the world you grit agin Frank, any bashful Mentions in every possibleway. .: '

s't; else this time o' dayl 1j wtiy? He ain't stole or-" She saw' absolutely no imperfections above a very protecting arm. '# '

A t She' whipped off her soiled apron "Xo, I rtonno's he's ittole-but he's hi her son. She saw not the countenaence Everything being .explained, the h 0 .-I its

4 t and &ont of eight l a. dish of,codfish stranger was invited to Join the family -ii ,
( that blazed with perpeftnal
done wbat I shfd consider worse than
: she toad been shredding for their nuuVin i *, Sarahl" impressively. "He's blushes over the top of big high I collar later at e very early break; : i 'Jt
dinner. She bad in "You' "
stood .
pIe always livin with B strange woman tall this or the hank, cadaverous figure coveredby nee, Sc rey, confidentially an- I
awe and some fear of her husband'sfirst nounced Mr. Stone month Lifter .,
: the lougittaikd frock boat. The a ;
Him over to M riden. Folks he's ,
say :
t!' r cousin Minerva lane. Sbe dread when Rbod Invitations I" '. Doh :
her. Miss Snow's brilliant blue satin tie was |to her the wedding L 1t' 1/11J ,
ele'n.bewitded1cver v.J
r 3: ed the prying, grayish-green eyes height of style. She realized were out, "i went over and bad a talk A y .: : -
drt&snmker saw 'em wiHh her own never : 4--
that secret t of her little a vt .
saw every > corner '' with. Cousin M'nervy. She idmootedkeepin '
lean eyes actln.just ps lovln' as a bride an'groomeutbdnr how ft emphasized hk faded'i blue'eyes ,Z /J(hl1 l' : [
domestic economies end she .
Oem letteiM lick, and hen .
: and thin, sandy heir. Henry L washer '
tap Oretful sihe said. l't { ? .
ed the remarks coming from the shin, hey be. But I beat to stir IIJe.. 'J .
and doUDG'lIt'a
And 'rtben Hen heard all about it one treasure. She hid hoarded "f.ItI .
cruel lips which so often set forth her JL It bean t'a' kinder in the ,- .q.r ,' X
up any more .
worked for him all her life. : .
over to. the,,store. And tibet ain't all ; 1 :
:. failings and her duties. \\He'de f mny; Bhody'U* her fast '- .
forgive '
ed -
sihe added impressively. "!\>lkB do flay Khoda. That.was to her & t ; '
Minerva surely had on her war paint that'sihe-" reason that abe tihoukl be So she, enough.. I know it's agin the law tri- :10, .

tads]. Hhe was arrayed, in all the set all her narrow wile to scheming toatitain'that flin' witih the U. S. mans; but land!
Her voIce | into a rasping wulsiied Safety! Conilori! Quick Time!? lot fletsi l
glory of her beat -Paisley shawl, end. I that critter told me how t'hIa.t'ahe.d ; ; , ..
per. and the forward until -
suffered. .
i dangling earrings and alL : Mr. Henry Lane Henry LJs father, An''ehe"'bout made up her "
their'.buds to A horrified ex- .;lnest Cuisine and Berriee. So Transfer "Betweea : '
-Myt How slick ..nenJ.. hair is!" was postmaster at Berjln.} Thus It mind to lay H before Out mlnieterf York. : j'i:1.
- clamation esoa her victim end the [ and N ew ,( t.
., noted' Mss. Stone in drspair. "1 wonder happened that Minerva oWen distributed She told me she wish't she'd been a !
look wfhIdh natal d over her coxwitefcven Catholic The Fleet.Is composed of the foUowin.Handsome Now SUel fttssxssnC_ t TF
bow* she does it, smooching her the malls. One day e came (; a hundred times eo's she
dance m.rUed the hardened lever -COMANCHE" (new), "ALOONQV1Jf." 'TBOQ'OI8." MOREL,p ti :
locks could a to oonfeaslori an' her * own ruffled furtively. for Rhoda. It was postmarked New gone red w '
Minerva. ; f uflTTom'NORTHBOUND.i
Mmerv walked majestically up the York. She recognized the handwrit- mlttd ome.. NoHen. 1, never knew "' ; '. } :"
"Wall Sea+nh, 1 dunno SB I blame It I '" a ,word onVt. an'.i guess hcVreconcll- j Steamers are appointed to sac accardjBs* t6 the tldsj. =.'r,{
prim box-lined from
her ing. was clearly
walk son lazily FraqktUDer1'3. Page
and"Atrarsdays .
From JaekMnvincL Fls (ealUns at Charleston) Sundays Tuesdays : 1
yon fer glttin'truck w rked up eo. I was e"dr He'* took with the Brown ? .. ...., ....... ._.. 4
following. Minerva never paid her relatives never hod been guilt,-ot-de. ; : up girl From Charleston C..... ... MondAys, wedaesdAys sad Fridays ; '
.. ( all of e hap myself when I agin:I'hear. ( wuas'npfadn For hour of selling see Clyde Lin schedule, or:JsxJMoaavfll and Charleston jdsiHss. 1|
8 visit without doe warning. taining or opening a lettrter' I but how !M'nervy-htitea"ber ' ,
:. Stone fell all the more perplexed !I beard iU You b4 ter smeU-the eam. //her finger dtohed to open this particular ,..they _).' Oh, I forgot' I M'n- Steamer sppolatod to.'m& tromTler ',Kait'IUvw{New Tory at_ I. .:; ss ,f':' ,

; and worried over this unceremonious I phirespell"T8in't it* if they; .t'll aad been chirk engaged you Up." envelope and know the ocratental r eTvy
A -- descent tapbn her house tfeverthelsss However, he resisted that temptation, an help out. An' she bold \For Jacksonville- F4sw (.calling at Ccaris ton.) Mondays.''Wednesdays snd FrUsjs: ( + A.-

sue/ waited their approach hospitably I sttw_.added, well wing they bad and dropped it i
at the front door, and received. them been. "They wine In affected sur- cit. I lars ion Bhody' weddin' present. An' ClYdo.Ntw. :Enmandan.dg: : nthffrnLfu
trise. "I want to know! Wall -i.
with becoming warmth. ttiey'slone "I guess she better not see it 'fore she's comtn' ,over to see what she,

.CIOll'SO'kt tion. Sarah Frank Page .
; *" needs moctt. "
she mustered. } L11 .. -
You .aintt goin' .to take off. your next week en '
poor wuhhless critler!' eint (the only Wail Eli.I dunno seeln' H's ,(FREIGHT.ONLY. / L 't.., .J
things M'nervy Wall i never! have a better chance takin-herj to the turned ,
(CI.JlIq.at CharlMton, 8. both ) _
men around I And now she addedlnefnuaftingly wars. .. r '
t>al.:on your way to, town." And.she picnic an' alL" .' | out so-t. an' Bhody an' Frank "StaamArs'Appointed to'aJ1'aai'J'oDcnnr "*- -"{ J.I .- .

; wondered 4 why hey had come so far "if Itlhody'll nnly hear Henry I. bad not summoned up are cafttefied Perhaps we' better not From Foot of Hogan street. Jacksonvfile, '.rt. From LgwtTCLYDE'S .TPhart 8estoq-i t ..
fa reason she can htive one of tin best THURSDAYS. 7] DAT&. ,, t_ "" '
anything -to 1 H
out of their way, for fane titone farm courage to propose, although! con say more M'nerry. "; .

j -: .'.:& off the main road.. Jot. she fellers In 1She'world. My Hen I.'s' the stantly urged thereto by his Jat.her. guess her'own conscience has worried ST. JOHNS:RIVERLINEBABTIINX. : j. : s' ;

was goon 'So know all. most "'fectlorjate, gentle boy-en I've Another loiter came and #tm .a her'enough.. Bern',in the family, too." I ;
he shad WE : .) ,, -, .
roSstrusited, fds.eye on Bhody+ .. -. "
And this sinful of : '
"1''told Hen L, when we was comin' thne.1 I third. They were all placed together BO one. silt Minerva JACKSONVILLE. PALJLTKA. ,SANFORD; ENTEHFHISB ?LL,. AND rh7TRMEDIA5IE .'

r along,,. believed we beUer.: drive tor;a long' '. guess, Sarah, in a certain old blue sugar bawl)"inMinerva's Ltone1 was never dhJco'ered.-W.' ;LANDINGS ONTM; BTS,JOHNS BIPEIt4:-> 'fyJl ''S iij"
u: now ids been jilti by That critter :
round 'tnisway, just so 1 could see you:.an' I an' EH'll hue .to 'put ourhesdstogetberand big best closet t shelL t L verly..Magazine.Florida Steamer Harry G. pay;tf:c .m: : ;:-
; ;
I' yournew' rag carpeL Yon got It I "When Ben L get Bhody can hand : .\ >
,h, down in one front abainber N 1 .'s'poae. a match an. '''em out easy enough-eay they was : w. A$.. .. '--ai %"ta

i'couldnt' remember jest how Miss You her aantnik.mind to off'n i. c1ahe'H-;: scam and delayed, in, the mails or .aom4'I ," East Coast Is appointed, to.san aa follows: 'J : o' -:. .t SftM&r: : ;

Dorset .wove' It-nit er ,miss. or jest get rrunk Plage- reasoned Minerva,silencing her guilty Leaves Jacksonville....... ....'......:.,. .....Tnesoars .and S&turd&i-'at. l: 9j; *; :'
t . ; he'sooner thc betttdictively. ," she. added;yfn- coJIItCience.l! Leaves Sanford.. ......... .......... .......... and-Thursdars at f M p. in.QKNKRAL fftCapt. .

) : AOW-HBO'l.thougiit .i better eee'1I :at'ter 'Merseeabouseso etle' Sarah 1,nev- The Mimmer and flail waned. Henry .Railway.; PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE XH 'W''BAX.BT:.,'JACSrt. ;:.t.-
It "
,i ; watt down 'fore 1 Tip my swaIs. in with SONVILLBL { '
It wasps
mind !about mine if .,handy 'we aids 'Why-don'' you get red of L WIDe ,atUl aUe tlYe. Rhoda accepted SOUTH BOUND W. H. WARBURTON, T. J*.-A:. 'ii v ) }; p >'
r might's weU We wdn'Mong'tonay : ; his invittttloas graciously enough "SATlON3 1Hil Diilyo Bowling Oreea.-11"1''"_' '' SSySK&SS i' i-
go '
up. 20t
'em? I'aan'teblde. Wall I Fla.f'i'i
( < must gays No34EgSn ,;T M. ,
,':-lor we, was' late suartinV.Jthody J Sb; be:gofca'. You ehh k p now." and plunged rialto the simple ties mEt? ; lXVr.'M: I mo..L..BOW.,Foot:HocnSt..JacksonvlOa Baperln. j

,** as itroda.aroee to escore'hexiinstaint the place afforded with a.dogged determination L r i is ................../ i ut D _*, ; .,
';GAie. ler the ,1 wn-oteirs, her to hold her head be- Ar t Augustine ......./.f.... to p. 4 top t l ,
"You'ejtay: here u' keep up Lv St- Augustine ................L' 4 isp WM i: P. CLYDE. :&>eo.-1' 'Gen L.rAgentS! ;, 4ti

c- Hen il.comp'aysweetly.. 'a Your:,ma hostes J toUowing. fore people. But her smiles hk an Lv' Hastings ......:............1t t 4Ar. I Bowling Green New .Tork,City. It so. Del-'n.
\ ;;|*You 'cute pyertiWe', Bhody, and her sttill fell Pslatkg .. ............... tt .S 35P k
1, and"'1 can '.teDd to GZlewrpe" dome the aohing htsaitt teats ;, Lv Palatka :...................... to 4 4109 ._ ., n. .
f do! oyei
Oho* stalked. -T die roommeekly epejnd. day.an' seczetlyt | San ateo...'.................. u 45pt 5 359 ,
t.ol. Heat'; I.'l) 'bring you back In lib new One never-to-be-forgoiiteia night, Lr Sae Mateo ......... 7 s s 5 tcDLv .i4 JtIfel"

followd by her.hostess, mho won 'Sere, Hen,.I" hand'ont: some E.it Palatka .................. Ii s top Couthern. : '
Minerva's Farmer+ Stone's great barn was burned LvOrmoad: 7..a................ I 6 qp .
witat real"er
i p dered?dimly s o*thejn spples,under, the seat. The J'l'e to the ground. 'The nearest.neigh- Li DsyteSa -.........f........:...: 1 tt 6519 -a - ./ ., '
; : 4 .h 'miKKcould bee. Hhe knew the carpet n khe ""bat Lv Port Orange ....,../.f,:., t 7 asp "
; jest IKtleTspecked, added'. boa lived half a mile away, and t for Lv Near Smytna ..;.... .........i rasp ;
S; '4 eoen'exeuee, for. e .secret'bonierB '- appleslarcf apples._this-time o' Lv O.k HttU ...................... .a4 .:.. ,' IKiii w y1t'r".
.IDCe. " ".' t If. year. a time it seemed tia if the bouse 41.0We. L. Thttnllo : .:................. 5 . k
o :-.j.t' ), We sell all,Hoe-.sound janes.. You can doomed for no atthitanoe watforflhoming Lv'Cny Point':..:................. ... : "' : ; t
) Li Cocos............:...::. ...... ...... : . ,
: Z It was well, known. in church socle- curt.0\4'the speckfl-they'taste. Jest esgood.t 1 'and Mr. Stone ando Ibis Lr Recid :...............a... a ...... ; J
tlhWti}MJnerra Lane'could scent aiidj Hold aproV Sarah.* Lv Ea. .................:. '.v t:t J.
< ; !
ty 'youTji e man found they could do UW'tu L a .................... 45.F r _-a - '
,. \ . mail:>-scandal" ., . 'further: '. land,\wide .-(&i ua. Stone.land,her;., gMtJ',wttk i-, quell;the,,flames. The live stock were ..;.........:........: su ...... BIT FZOZLLEIT SElTlOBiOITEllD ,.OTTT' Of TLOllDJk. /- \ .4i-.
Lv St' Lode .S oi ...... ,. ___
;'n 1 ':'female." in the oongregottidn. d-.thelrnsi1loni.dep, with .no .linr: adding their .terrified bellows to the Lv Fort Pierce ,.... ............:. 6 MoD ...... f'- .* ; "J .
iUertongQe was always the: harpeBand. t ring ..regress._ .,dines.,>$ one put oft flames L. Eden. :...... ..............:... 6 4av . NoRTHE4STrWE3ST., \\-r l I" r
; < roaring and crackling of the L. jeaten ....:.................... 6 54P ..: . -. f,. .
% .' moat,. hUeas. ,VouL i "never. felt telling Bhoaafthe_ story Whe had he&nd.She.kiKfw and his intent Lv Stwrt .../..:... ....... .... _. ; 'or r. _
Stone man .
*snre ::11 '. "">- *- Mr._ were Lr Hobe Souad .........:....... SSp ...... l' .' ,- "Jl' -;
quite of your reputation while In : her,cJaUgb was troubledby teas' the poor animate'when Lv Went n er ........... 1539..5 -
'1twall'wihh' her 'h6 7veya-co9tinued upon Lv west Beach ............ a ...... -.ow. TTJIAXAJT >1>LWita,xoox aaatlNIIlr: ..outs,. : "
-.. h reociety. A hobby 9>> (absence. they!,were,"Joined by a. stranger who L,_ Ltaton ..................... ,. .....: THOOTJ(1HTAJUI OOACCBOsVT>*TZBTj .3D> C&ATjrf.-. ? \ .P: .,
or iad, hto aAkilag;rigliCaa]! ] she .rea+ Many::a Uigtb'feihe:;had|crept to-:her rendered <' heroic assistance thii Lv.Fort Lauderdaf..i........... 944P . . .; i- .
: .
Li Lemon City .:...,.....ti... 1o up ,...,. +
aaned4ither.peopl&s, aflaiwu No,:one ej znbcr door; ,tied ..h ird her stifled they were aU saved.It Ar Miami ..................:...... 10'SopS .,.... Dr..T ;

openly'teotaedrfor abe.,waea, power III bL c She .ibid longed Uo enter andoomfo all oho -WAfHINOTON. AND SOUTHWB5TERN' . : t .
in an incredibly NORTH BOUND.: "
was over
.tl T..a.1 1 dvs betsr.sa Taape ad 1r ,
S 't
.t .la'.jhe,ohnieti'end a alUjeN'luppter. rf11e; ;'child;';her peart.had,secretly time. Only a smouldering heap of . No ttil ..011. '.: 1ril t isTAm1

F'd:+ .ld, Oche Canle: .., i Cached and'jeairned .for her..But ashes fend die bteckened beams remained. ST t'1.nONS. ..,Dgi iJ D FAST-MAIL." :_' ," ,Y ; _, t . t.Datrsitiritar ;..
'IExSIJtiti y
wJ4enMinee J : ,Lane entered, .the in,.Newj England;suc2i'L>ttrttlmeiit are Y Oas.l.ttnaa J..bgavilli aaA lives Iertt;. '+
Wfcen the atranger emerged labbleegSay < r. t: :r-v
i L i iLs ..............: 5 :.
.dmiuber. drew. .Mrs.. Stone. after. r i',l du1gedj ;'the...emotions are from behind the haze of stifling imo e Lemon ., '
1 .er.Ud.lr a.i 1 do8ed the door.,her stifled under a'prim,'cold exterior r SOBh Lv' Fort'Lauderdale -::::::::::.::: I = :::::: iaifiilnf> + Ld! Kt''P.rI vlU',4: : t 1.
'." he._was immediately recognized. It LY LiJdoD'... : .. 45 ssa .... ,Weuhnxton Baltlmors. and Philadelphia._ t j'" _,' .
nt tegapanbn':;felt. the story;she->waa remalned'nnoo ed wad unher"mbttaer Frank Page. Mr*. Stone and LT,Welt -Palm Beech..i.. :... .i.... _. -," ;' . . .,- '.' : .' '. .
r z LT Wilt'JlP ter .....:....... a 7a :.... .< .
boot' to.hear"must.be a,very,import. enlf l itbe itd Jby. ; | for ,the,. Kaoda had gone to the house io .dress Lv Hobe S ............. a. .." An AND ALIMITED". :... 4x :,
\ anit ODe.r > 5 time betng.t t \ i iTo ;1 '. ," JoeL Ly Stun ;..;........;.....;.". a ...... tec?] t**>** Ppr y .Room KI** >(Les aid' '".. .i 1'
f. j ;> : :1 : .. some aligh't f burn suaHained by LT.jeniea".............5-... t ..... x: =.. wleho+ts 'hr.JaoLOavtW. . MIif""-
z r, .,1 ..i".cU't DO one :hear ,ua-here, ; her"huebund Mrs. Bion confldf so ttaft. Mr.. 'Stope' 'and Frank werft LT en"...;;.:.;...._....ens ... l .11III 101&, y .' ,L '
\ 1 : LY Fort Pierce .u.......;.;... 9 ;..:.. '" -.
den 8arauh JN"z! we'n't''the n.- +!L. ;' .. : alone Ly St..Lacle .........;;..... f.... MIl tlatvufli PlsABaa JUaplnf em.U, "V*' + ':
., ; lJt Sebasttaa ........... ... lit .... rn -
darpet I I r trmiitod io.eeeifSarah'StwaeeyV I, -BeMeinc4. die.herupJ; Sairey tell- :lieslde"tbe, dying ember of L. Melbourne ..;.......N..:... II soa ..... Jnn.tl. 'via Columbia'and Asheville 1>rouih tha :t
f : '; ,ibbrkLf 'on all around;p* in *er"eny7ov: )*nerry' ljiarnB.:If It** muined of the barnhe tot; hb | Ly;Eau Gall.. =...........-... II 4 ..... . + 1.-., .\', ... !r- ;.
whlat3 Ly Rockedp ............ u ::... '
L ,rr ofjmore litoDorteJice'thaii Tanttie* an*:trite,rfreTl:fiiid.o6t soon, nong4i.;.An the story of 'a wayward .. LY;Cocoa l......:........ .;.. IS IIP .... "''r.J..BD.OJ.TBE'.SXY"J': .- : J 1 ,
ito LT City Point ......;... II jDp ...... .- : -' .. < ,
dtano be L..I.f
: 1, :4/.V ctnrpe Ofc; ,And, 'J'erfs ,come:here to I l; ee:I'wash; the one to had years, ,before. married. a 'Tit1 .....:.;..:....;.. t 04P ....f 'h" i.-
'. : tin you. saa.. rye .oonB&dercd It my ,teU'her" BujE-ni: toA_on* tfor myself." proved to be a rasctal; of the husband's' \) L" OakHtU. ................. I 44P .1..: .11s.- 'tIt rMgsp wlMttlas 5, rl.gdag oat r.-.aUftl eta.RtTlr'l .,
: Lv.New'Smyrna .. ....... 6 "
; a.op >oaLtPort ] J
The ne'xi trip to'town cbnfirmed all Jill ... ... ... A Y sei_/oaas.Yeaa .: :., ;If;'-
Chriatlandalty; to yon and Bhody at1'Coofslnhll"aedn' desertion bow sorrowing in \; 0raDp ; : .41 6 sa ) ; .
t 'J1i ld.s\ ;;> I LT DaJt01la ..:............. s s-P 7 cog ',
.: .. ;; ..it.. mown lta1k..", Uhey hod health she .bad sought her brother inan :..... JIl. .:ill Wsss Blrtet. Joofaaavilli. HaII. .ti
$VPIAI > Bay +
amdtM'I'm. >wiVSairey: :(Iv'yuess' Frank. is apoor'shiftleas'cuos'fer her Whadsecrdtly Lv tut Yalatki :::::::::;:::::::: : SP : f X :,. .
i. :"M;;) aruJet eifremity; how,for sake N Sa.- Mateo .............. 6 asp sa 4SP It T.;TVU L.r. HIEDTIOZ;:. .tr : ;
;'do"yotf- mean?" :began, ..rs.. Stone. > aa I".can hear"ounced'Mi shielded and protected her in L" rKateo ..:........;. 2 .... _.- tI .u.t.ca..I'IaSLa. ."...
w ". aini ,Stoned -Wtenrt to town Ar Pa1atki...... ....... he. ; '.4&r. x ,;
nervously. : : the near-by chy, and.later, when her 1 33Pt lOa . -.- .
. ; ; wast Lv Palatka' .. .. .. .. ;.." I i ; > 'j t J.
I. .. meettn* today an"they. telidn> him .: . : . .w. ; 41Uf'1. _------AarlI l.8 ,0 _
"t','' ; 'Wall; lf7o1""dtd.n' live ao' fur:off '. health had 'been reatoredi, accompanied Lv.Hastfaca '.'.I..u........ 4S3P 9 ap .
: : over. I'm blamed eorry'w o"he sddid -. her York and the Ar St. Augustine ................. s SoP Poe 5.5 7' '.. t-m t. -- '" *- f'V. ;
_, ; the .malarotad,t'p .:you'd,is heaa+dt .regreitfIIB "ter'We: to .ew sought. Lr Aagtiftlne,;.?......,....... S3SP 945* ,A New I Tobacco Oountry.XIe ; exterminated. Th:. :, leaYilt' "are -
.4 ,AY"th ',Wrwer ; : ;cm por erring husband, penitent at last; acid Af JadooBville .-.......;... i 4SP to 555 become i' liri .
t t'.tore'bow... ., ; ibany,oUber present ownership or absorption plucked'one by one, as{they-;
t ,., tlca'ftisrmi'en5a'giaod' bow,they a had finally;gone"to,the;far BLTWEEW .jNEW.SMYHNA & CHANGE .
; And made Islands the aisortedtnta bunches
f" then
dc;) _i clttssjap'herer. s'koo" : i' "'' '. of the Phillip e by riper and j \
j,,., .i'' tab tat .dhlah flew .Indletive-" tl4i ; West,to.lake;.up.:abetrhomeawlthtaneged.petent. ; l ;CITYJUNC110N.: -. United States :th'ir "- : ii* '
s a. nevr question seeozdinggfio lengths.-
i : eaa'Sazl.ilaiaIC. nore'd ; ; 'U.r.:
it you : t : .
lyVin.bpher"face' ,taa/tha!wndowgo weaf _: :. SOUTH'BOUND. . !(great fn t.and Importance i$- rf t
i, \ .
lleut' ; t' -" - "'-> 1eece'couldbenoLimittaxtheextent' :
: IT qu'dropplD.g vWien Frank.told of his letters;letters j.. .. ? cj ,
W IN lNo.-t|
iaieed.a. ratZ .f't
)Xcif 'W J large n people or
\ into a chair.. -JCsoldhi New ? ttfta' : the tobacco Indus-hrr oititteieislandav 1. ;:
limply :
,. w1ik dh"receiiid'rr t asp m loa ] ; ;
f '. : "I m.r srtory..,; .tt\i aboat'Fttani'ige: an' I ",.. ; ." .Famer' LT Lake ; ooplii jBa the-Irnitad States. They lie entirelyIn ,world 'r"...
to sapplyIhe
': YsiI.he's : 'tr6MjBr fer'one Siane''get. a prolonged Wsiletiandmattered v. Snarr'I.'I. !Enough ;
Bhody.Everybody; ,..knows he's ,been : ;, : [ mil uop the torrid zone little nearer. the ,

'G '.".; courtba berg quite a'.P;:thou ti:'for thing-to 'raise'homey,, liklys' not.An .:;:" 1'nervyl". 5 3 under :'Chiah E;.trains between Nevi Smyfaa')and apu:Orange| lOP. equator than Ct I| They;are a"land !C u1dierh'be.the'; well ,
as fee the woman conce rnwd, they brealh' ''Withonwatingfor"hini'4o City Junction Daily except Sunday. punt:seem to 'latarisb"equally dtI
:. : .patfc I'never did)Chink Jie. vend,any : : : where'tthe. tobacco,plan{ .j.lrI
my l
i certio. in ali of tie 1f1n.addir .
1i0Urlahe-1 ;
Wave been UrLn together And finish his *bry,'&e'clapped'Prankapprovingly I parti, ,grronp.
{ ':nftvercouM wbai slue saw BETWEEN ORANGSrCIW JUNCTION labs ezpdrU of that :t ;
l' -.': tihlnflc Meriaen back sad' U A NEW ; tin,yre' ahould secure control. ,of Cuba T,;
Sfr, ; : to:be amtwund 'i'.hba .so.eihedayhe Haw folka swn to; >got ,upon;the- hurriedhImtowarda \ :, ,...r SMYRNA.I r abouT 30,000,000 pounds. 'The.producttas States' ..
; : boo" hot ferhim aasahe's\ : esiedoltt; : .f '"C NORTH;;BOUND I and Porto Eico the United, :; '
; .
; jthe'Sonael]
: : e ji ; jufsylfe2t ,- ,"i >- < ,' f 'STATIONS.No.- Na been on the increase;la elr, |ud :control .th itobaoco
was'kno i | 4 would virtually
with he ,
_ : Fss my .'. Len I. But I, W t mX; xneAtlonhemialthe her. 'For to buy ?'"You.f:.+oll/erme; ;w fur as abe entry Lv.Orann City J etIHI"... a5 J .1SP so 'has' been thai jpf "clgurs l _.whlcfi . seem .-
fieketa {oi1ew York.Pbor ."/' : Lv''Orange City.,.;...;........ agp 'a 44P crop of the world.. All itiis maj. .
f > fame breath," she Enled."Howe f an'TI:; lend Bhody &;rl0. 'You can. IV Lake Helen ;..;...;....:. ....l. 4DP 4 OSP amounts to more than 300,000,000,ananally. -, be looking aheadpretty farrsthdi; t:

.' ".: ,)llhslt', eJ.th ',:here': war ''BhodylPoor, gIr 1Rba'll 'tiU erJiif{rest. Hei'hel"EIi Ar'New'Smyrna.-.. .nd 5P' _range S 3SP .. These IsUvnds are ,not.K.fardlatl yet'to It !is quit.within,'the;bonds of -

) 1- -'there; ':P8& / 1n't'\'b,=et in' take it hard," groaned Mxtone.'Td :: ;Stone>actually chuckled, even |.>" City Junction Daily except,Soaday.: >;t from the'; Island tOf S>Stlnxsicra; probability tiat''we ra11bee9me th

', ? \ (. ,(. en ai. hd":.' ". rutberany one had( got TaoM of it fain 'tiiaogh+ *.1:bath kyiln: .ruins,'and' be If KEY WEST AND,HAVAITA" .. oOr. !la the c'imate; j greatlj; differenLTJhe arbiters'oL these two - (tobacco

$ .i 'f A_fli. t. murmurof'txcu.es. ;: mm an t'nerv r"'tthetgdded"U eoteth: carried:iti light,inaunancie "Florida The steamship East Coast City Steamship'aC"Key Com West,,of'leaves the .-quality of ,tbs, tobacco 'grown regions'otthe. '-- world., , -)5ferr gret BraLehr-,>. .,

\, ; e faUo 'J. '. ,"4yrhett;;you get : d3 1M'nerry ,:J Ittoila? 'c'ame fnc m kitchen. Mr. Miami for'Key;West oa MondaysVednes there is good.. The Icif i is see In.tex i caster :P&c" .
days tad after arriTal, of.train;from '
Friday '
lt :
i: o boot irinmpb. ydti'iUi "to geft'up !ifore lelig9i Stone'waited: Jurf long enongih toX' Jackaoarine making eonsectioBa at Key West tare; and somewhat resembles. .the te.rStarting- 'i

r k y nm r from Mm.MerWeiv chuckled Mr.: Stone.iwonoerIf. -De8S:h r" urprifle'and 'their, meeting *with- op.steamers'm. (standard for tame Leaves Tunc1a,Key. Thurs':West Mexican. article .in flavor, wtLe the r!!r, ,'" .:. r. < i .- .. ,t;.

l: 4.1 .p.O.i ' todoes. j c 55S Se'eat'ln'a .. noraiar.is time.to novae bound to"those from Sumatra. The tiestion .few plsnts,ari'to:.lie? .;' .
tJ i ; )#' !H3 town.'folks don't know.wha wife. ;' I ;
r : ; '
i that bosl&ess''la, Btrab Stone;but qtb r'; w ;,:.Sl low-rocker, and.,looked J'1'1aae .tow' tJa.whic'x' of the plant differs"bi -little startedHhe: sorest and beat Tray.to *o )l

4*$ ,fl. ,.'. : :era'.a' Jlugb'' .\t e'siilited, marring "Knows ometMnVi up, 9n1 :Site al 'weevil 1':sad ri aa:;her;hus tnitm. sad! Tine boats Tables'may'be'expected 'to arrive. frond, &t.I.in' other countries.Ma" the, put down'hyers .=spring r summer q ".N !

t. ,: ': : z'pnodber-.1't+etitlo;;deei adthe.:i rrlbrting lookoa kinder pindlin''.sari bend wtezed?,. ; ':. dL"When and bat their depart arrival-or from the aereral departure stations. at and the sins same'latitude.' The ;'plants:;;'areVst! . \These irtil..b-"tJ ugid,:RQiLrooted 4b t ;.

'.: '. ," ,v pisdUl'eireiing. rou4' her,bead. ed'eyer since,lie. ttOppetN4 eemia;" m>the'World: iive-ydu| senithe staled'hold is sot,itself UUt responsible_.aor doe. for I the Company deorotheraonrepaeneeaarisingtherefrom. out,.in,November'jfenerally\\ say *
2 : commesi ted Mr.;Stone. BhOd y 7" aht uili'edfrettnny."Wan : :.:, {.. ground!,tvhere.aUuv1Iri'eposits, era ihf parentMoat .platht'andansp_ .J : -4' {;

Rod' I : Itiodt did know,tint.... to give ,.. ya*- l: airanger wanted atrtet:3.e.oarweaddreu/For :copy of tine card call at..*.*6.Wnt:BaJ'' ; mad ?. The -ea-terpillarIa;Is: >',woe, \ ..ever b Ioomlnrose_ .(;are.i easily-' <.

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g - aS- > about Addison wss this; he'had no r lb"t? be WITH'THE.IOOR& .-2 ,.'
" .r In Gaffer's Library. taking off his spectacles and tusssng himself' '"" n ..:,.:
f 9 in his heavy revolving chair toward the child a soldier-and said so. -The sound 'of i a popgun CANDY ;.

rwde "' ren. "And how are jtou, my dears Did you caused his heart to thump against his

r Nan had at last gone out and left the coast sleep long alter your I long journey?" breast in an unpleasantly violent manner, and Little Items by People and Paper CATHARTIC
review to Mm a prolonged that Who Believe that to Laugh is to r *
lont a agony
cleat. Kh seized her little brother's hand It did not take to install a child on '

and they sped dowa the long passage to the each knee. Addison gazed at him in adoring made him ill for days. be sappy ,* Clipped With andWithout -

red bake door which swung heavily, but did silence, but Kit hastened to unbosom herself His mother-whom he worshipped, and,who Credit.A r afxh

not latch, abutting off the nursery quarter.froD of her wrongs. 'I've ixtme to complain she loved him tenderly was quite unconscious of -. r

it the house. began with dignity. "They've only laid lunch nerves his sufferings.herself, She and was thought absolutely'that devoid!Addison of PROFITABLE PRODUCTION .[ fi

t Kh was a person of dramatic instincts and eon for.you in the dinifig room. Now, I know would grow out of his "delicacy," as he called Lucindy (reading daily paper)-The Vesuvius .

as they ran down the passage she quoted in a you'd like our eompiny. Mother said we it. She was pined of his remarbbl resemblance approached within 600 yards of SURE CON TIPATI ON .

deep' and awful voice: The tiger is a fearful I were to keep you com -will you give orders o her father, whom she admired above Morro castle and let go several e h

.. beast; he comes when you expect him least" about it?" 1 all mortal men-but she was disappointed; and loaded with GOO pounds of gun .tleU81 1,

Addison gazed fearfully over his shoulder and II i Gaffer 'seemed duly impressed, as he said: poor Addison, with the quick intuition of Farmer) Hoecake-Wa'at I swan JOe ALLDRUGGISTS ,\

ran at the top of his speed. t"J will give orders at once. Of course you childhood, was perfectly aware of itJ-at his a new kind ot cotton on me, Lucindy,. but I '

.A $ At last by a mighty effort they pushed open are to have luncheon
rt '' ; the heavy red door and the staircase the 1 sere. It's a pity it's sol wet for your first day Molly" ear; I believe I'll raise a crop. t '

ear house lay before them for exploration It was 1 but it's nice to think that those dear peopleare '. ,
So it about that Kit
i came was always I
a very wide staircase black and shiny and going farther and farther away from the I
brought forward, and Addison 'kept li in the '
slippery and as they went down their little fogs and damp. It will do mother so much background hlciown satisfaction certainly, TO CURB CONSTIPATION tfORKVER. PRICE LIST PF FERTILIZING MATERIALS

feet made a pattering noise which seemed to good to be in a warm climate, and you must the detriment of Kit. Take Cascarets Candy Cathartic Ito _
I but much to
? ,w echo and multiply in the silent house Kit try not to feel dull without them." Edinburgh very where'the regiment was stationed i or JSc If C. C. C.. fall to cure druggists; i' f
turned and said "Hush in a reproving voice they'd taken !1" said Kit. "I '
-cam't "I wish me refund money.
._ was too cold for "toother, and dad obtained a rule the (-'Mfr. trucker and fruit has to two?
delicately grower
to Addison. who was like Agag walking love hotels!I" Gaffer looked at her and I pay lr
A c :> on the banister side. "I can't hush lauRhed. "What a traveled little person you leave to take her to the Riviera for th, worst .ctltz'-AberdeeD what U hush moneys 1s commissions. A commission' on everything. he buys and a'' ,
months Kit sad Addison
": any more than I'm doing!" he replied in an are I I never slept in] a hotel till I was Gaffer, ;and so for Addison it was'the were to dive an example." commission on everything he sells. What we desire t- dcj> is i
4 = .injured tone. "I must put my feet down firma seventeen. t Aberdeen.-"Tbat'si where the young ;
: I'd skater "Ah, but that's long ago. People go about point of his life. who comes to' visit 81s every nightgives to save him the commission on all the fertilizer he uses b' "tn- : .

"Come. oar said Kit. "Let's go and see if more now and, you ieJ we 'have to go with "To most people, their initiation into t ac- man me a Quarter not to tell Paw what ing direct and thus avoiding the expense of a trayelling salesman -I' -G.

Jabs is tn the dining room and he'll tell us the regiment." cidence recollection.of the Latin To language Addison is it not is CJ'1happy I eee." and the'' commission of an agent. If you are interested in saving\']; .: :

-what's. (;for luncheon "To go wit) the reginient," echoed Addi lection little short of rapturous. \ these commissions give us your orders" for it is only by handling \ '

Th.: crossed the stone-flagged halIand Kit son.Kit | To him the first pages of a Latin grammar BEAUTT 18 BLOOD DTfflBP. large quantities of goods that small margins can be maintained. We' ::1' '

t :; Opened' the dining room door and marched the big conversed affably 4rith her grandfather call up the picture of a Urge old fashioned Clean blood means a clean akin. No were the first to take the initiative steps to reduce the cost of fertilizer i ito 1' '
in. there
fft boldly There was no one for some time she told {him who were her room, flooded with a mellow light like that of bilious complexion by taking Cascaretsbeauty s
..' :.room was wrapped in silence and Addison felt favorite officers and whi h her favorite pud. the sun through a veil of yellowing beeches without it. Casoareta* Candy Ca- the growers and therefore sho uld have their support.1": \

_., 1:?';.? very small and timid as he stood on the thres'hold. dins. She carefully ex lamed that, as she There Is a goody smell in the room the smell clean thartlo by clean stirring your up'blood the isle and liver keep and It If you wish a special formula mixed we will do it fot gu diarg- ji _

../ Not so Kit; she walked boldly up to was four years, older than Addison she went of dressed and well kept leather The. walls driving Impurities from tie body. Begin ing the actual cosr of' materials used and $i per ton for mixiilg. ;

the .table which was laid. There was a great to bed an hour later and that she intended to are lined with books, books bound in and today to banish pimple sickles for
ate 'deal .of old silver on the table, and manyflowers blotches, blackhead, and that The following, are our prices the next soaaysr afi
< its evidently most spend that hour in her grandfather's society russet colored russia and in the middle of the beauty for 10'cents. All druggists, satisfaction Sulphate Ammonia 14 to 28 per cent am monla.. ...I; ..;. ......-......;.c. (' .' r'

'A-''"''-" ,' ; but Kit appearance for she was exclaimed angrily: She expressed her approvil of the study as a room stands a knee hole table both deej and guaranteed. lOo, ttc, We. 'I.Citrate SOda. 17 to 20 per cent'ammonia. nor- ,. ._-.. ? ... .....,.f.r,,41.00 ;,

', : 1cu"Look q here to Addisoa, just look here Jakes room; bat thought It was i pity that owing to wide. It, too, U covered with book. but "Ahis Ts the parlor ear tentatively Dried Blood. IB to IS per cent ammonia.......... ..................T. 10M

.t_. has eDIt laid luncheon for one*** the large number of books, there was no space I there they lie open, one upon the other>' a remarked the real estate agent who.was I Blood and Bone.7 to t per Ct. ammonia an d 15 to 19 per ct. phosphoric add.... a**;
the wails. Addison staredabout'bim crowd of witnesses to the tastes of the
for pictures on
..t ,Eftat1ac: mild, sad gentle Addison ,was any . owner looking over the house.' ."." replied Bone nne ground I' to 4 per cent. ammonia, B per centphosphoric acl4.i1UlJ.
i in solemn tin at last Gaffer of the room. That gracious owner! Addison'seyes
k,: roused to something Uke indignation at this suggested that as he ha got to write to grow dim aa he thinks of the spar Upright old man KIdder; "but I usually call It Dark.
: To have breakfast the courtroom. I'vegot seven daughters, .
a-- tremendous intelligence. mother, they had better back to the nur- figure seated in the revolving chair j the . .
: /aed tea in the is aa understood thing; ( you know."-Harper's Bazar. Potash, High Grade,> M to K per cent sulphate potash CO to If per cent actual .. , r.
nursery A
_f till luncheon time. Then they trotted keen scholarly face and noble white head. He .
.tost luncheon-who-ever heard of a welleona sery | Potash Low Grade'48 to S3 per cent sulphate potash, 37 to 23 per cent actual*JtOlf \ 4 x'
; z'ii- across the room torctb but when they hears again the kind, cultivated voice ready to BOWELS WITH t
ducted child having luncheon anywhere but in Potash Muriate. 80 to 85 per cent muriate of potash, B to 65 per cent actuaL. CUD r,
; cached the door and Kit zsd Addison questions, to answer them fully[ r
out answer so
gone land CASCARBTS.
-'r +:' Vth dining room once he or she could hold a Potash Kalnit 24 to 2ft per ceDL.au1pbaw potash 11 to U per cent actuaL..,., HJT: .
1rap kand fork It was abominable it bad raced back' and by his grand- so beautifully, with such a tender sympathyfor Candy Cathartic cure constipation for Hardwood Ashes I,,to s per cent actual potash.....:, .. :.*...?... .,.:.... ttOt' t <

:. ; ': be seen into at once. ; ,liber's chair 'whispering 4reathlessly. "Will the eager; childish questioner. And then ever. lOc. 2So If C. a C. fall druggist' Acid Phosphate 14 to IS per cent available phosphoric acid..._ ?.-..., ......_sill: '1{
w. .;d1o you let me see'-sorae of the boob some day- Addison goes down on his mental knees and refund money. a-SEbrT ......
Kit sniff saying; "I Dissolved Bone Blest*. IS to 18 per cent available phosphoric *>, l&OtV,
gave an wivout Kit?" There was al passionate eagerness thanks.his God that as yet he has brought! no .
-4 know ft isn't Jakes; its Nans. Shad go and Into kind First Summer iG.1rl.HJ ,liked George at Tobacco Dust. This dust is sold sample and Is guaranteed'to unleached l
question those but
which startled Gaffer. of
in the look sorpbw eyes many .
J say W could iave Innrheon with her, till Miss '' first but I have become:tired of him." and to contain an its fertilizing and insecticide properties ..... ."....3..s A4sV

.ay ;l"' Mercer came; but. 111 go and speak to grand Ic'looked down at the imploring, upturned a loolrtsTpride and joy.in that devoted I Second Summer GlrL-"Test That has Land Plaster... .,.... ....... .............. ....... ..-..;t. ......-?v....::..d1&00' ,
Is there not one library or.fine bv-200 pound sacks 85 cents orby: the ton.... ....-.... ,L.6S- -
papa atone; it'S.a shame; I won't stand,It. ace.And then 'a thinV the been exactly my experience with Har Salt either coarse : ? \
It And is
\ Addison's row lengthening
happened prizes
.... .... :Come oaf was no longer Addison strange his sSamesake, that he to by leaps and bounds Yet they wonder!at ry." First-Summer GlrL-" ed T Why Copperas, put up!n any'al e ackagerJi4cnts per pound, or by..u.tOD........:>10.09_wj ,t "

.; s. The''obedient Addison trotted after Kit saws It was himself. Himsflf of sixty years I Winchester why he should be so fond I of can't we arrange an exchange of prison Blood ,and Bone, Btnc; Acid Phosphate, Dissolved Bone. 'Su1- 5S ;
.: ,across the,ball with tome alacrity. He hadn'tz'e ago.- There he stood, the qukint. serious eyed classics.-London Outlook. ers?"-Puck. phate Ammonia and Kainit are put .p In zoo pound sacks Cotton --. -- t ,
of grandpapaN but wbat he had
+seen much seen
r r'. l old house No boy whose portrait hung in his dead wife's SPIT AND BROKE Seed Meal and Lara Raster, 100 pound sacks. Potash all kin =
tie, liked. ,How still the was had for DON'T TOBACCO x..'
; wh longed
it ;< 'sob: to j* heard but the drip drip of'the dressing Molts, and room.who The I|had boy asked ue same question HOW'S THIS \j TOUR LIFE AWAY. except Kainit, 224 pounds.. Nitrate Soda is .in une.. ticks from r'- =. ?.., .. ,-

f'' : raga 'OD"tfn Ivy'outside the windows and the of a scholar in aa Oxford library, on' a OD- We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward To quit tobacco easily and tortifer. be 200 to 300 pounds: Hard Wood Ashes, barrels of 250 pounds,, Tor t ''< c:
of Catarrh that cannot M magnetic full of Ufa :nerve visor,
'dzzlc aadf figs of the big logs in the great for any case 'F
<, forgotten morning all those years ago. Witha Hall's Catarrh Cure. I take No-To-Bac.. the woD4ereworker.that bacco Dust in too aid 125 pound bags and, cases of 356, to 456 \
:?stone fireplace cured by
sudden rush of gratitude j he rememberedhOW makes weak men strong. JUT drug 4 I
looked "Manas" and J CHENEY & CO.. Prop., Toledo. O. .Booklet pounds. _
,' *-* 'The children upon the question had been answered and &. Mo or tL. Cure guarants rl (", :
( <,their like :'as necessary evils -They divided We the undersigned bare known F. f. and ample tree. "Address SterlingRemedy r-
though his smile'was.. very< pi asant his voicequestioned for the last 15 and believe Co.,' Chicago or New TorL"I've E. o PAINTER & CO. ?
'mankind into two losses which they called'mpectively was'a trifle husky as he said Cheney yean ,- .
the dears'* and "the deals.* To him perfectly honorable In all bualnesU ;'J"
*** concluded said .the statistician .
Assuredly , Jacksonrllle Fla
'( 'the "dean" belonged father and mother, anfather's transaction and financially able to < >- '
Kit1" safest
'"Wivoat persistently to his wife, "that one of the place '
o ,: ', friends and most of mother's; Gaffer little boys out any obligation made by their arm. on earth for a.man is In the American :;
rand all Gaffer's servants orderlies-particularly West & Truax Wholesale Druggla '
; have figures to
"W Kit I. Gaffer. "Of courae you
promise Repeated navy.
. .orderlies-'and To the "deals" be- ; Toledo. 0.Walding. Geo.R.Nichols&C6
; 1 grooms. Then he and 'Addison shook_ ands. and Addison show for It." replied his better half. :1\\
c "longed .nurses, governesses cross gardeners, Klnnan ft Marvin. WholeMl
; ; : foD r clJaL: "Certainly. One, man killed tabs the
.., w end, a/ lmany women who wore Druggists Toledo O. .
k ? ge young
halL and a
< She waa waiting'in the {"What did you MorT'at Manila Santiago. -,. .OF't
I..art'fr : aDd called "4eaf.DOt..be- Hall's'CAtarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
c were '
.t. .. { to Gaffer r* she asked' inquisitively, but score have been killed 'and half a dozen -
:wr e eauseTof:asp defect in their aural arrangeTaeatav say acting directly upon the blood and mcons :_ it itAre <
: Addison shook his bead. He [could keep his big buildings,have -been burned.fn, celebrating T'aTnPF.:2 FJ.aq. <
the'1children of. the ,
:: i f = ,but simply because ear surfaces system. victories. is not safe
own-counsel nest 'wh coercea by pinches.At the two It
'.' 'sidered them Incapable of discussing anything luncheon Gaffer inquired I""Addison can per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Testimonials to be at home,' "my dear."-Detroit. Free dealers in fine GRANITE, '' foreign and domestic MARBLE AMONUMENl'Sand'
le l' Ituestin 1"l..St1Ipi4. peoplel" Kit was wont tree. '
read" : Press. ,HEAD STONES cemetary work of all kfrni- .
,:observe. "who ask jrea how old yon 'are,' you' Hall's family pills are the best .
''Not-well r'answered Kit. '[He"can't read furnished. Bsst IRON FENCE ion.:the market"for thel. moncv !
.$ :: *tied who fetch stale cake out at tin boxes andonen .
it Iitc' Oaw I well; he's -only" doing 'sequel]';nd,.he's. aix.He' NO-TO-BAC FOR TITTY. CBNT& We solicit all over the state'and .-sail ,' '
; : .to at lor sake. \ '', correspondence we guarantee _
Health.. Guaranteed tobacco core, make weak
YerI'bcIwar41"kI for
Lemons '
.,1 "bate deefaF ." asked Addison; my dear!" aid Gaffer injentljteproving'ionei. on'ttfoun men Strong blood pur hoc it.druggis All factx n. 605_ Harrison Sc. Tarn pat Florida = '
: : :Woen ,XIL'rea: the study door.a she Lemons do DOt generally grow f -- ,
9 .tmockedtbut there was no answer. "Uother taints, Bays the TUurvllle Advocate, and It -
Addison blushed and held down his head
. ,f :fsays' ; Tse "never. hears if he's ,writing ,sheihispered"let's .said."I'don't Is not necessary that they should.formountaineers' ,. ,i "This suspense,'.' said the.Ph llpplne la- I '
then like what S read it's so'
.L; ; go4o--cons; oaf So sbicuaned'tkt.lindle'ol.the .. ; do not need.them: they are lander. will kin me'before long.". "What &OLLINS COLLEGE Uw man who Is iaterestad is '

door and weat.ta uninteresting._ They ask such sflly. questions, needed by lowlanders. and epectaMy hi suspense?** ""Of not knowing ;whether I he welfare of Florida and yon 'wIll and '

Yi'o} TisniaTJIliu" writing.* -m.'Inat' seer overhand overjagamw .. r _' Florida during the summer months. am going toi;.tand in France Germany. the'' one who Is .in no small way fully :'

": .. bolt table_ .was piW.WitJa'OpeA'books,.-sAd he, fHe knoWWpsV'; .tlpoetryf':. : Kit mag-- "* "'. It is'eal4 they will' taste Spain. England or the United States.."- STANDS FOR alive to the IntereaU of'.Its. metropoU Rv
; "IIe anything when -
k' had on kit| uaed spectacles. He never aanlmouslyvj the place to great extent, of a jammer Philadelphia North American.Is. EDUCATION. the city ofJACKSONVILLE Jf' a1.
he's,.heard It .oncer} and be knfcws of THOROUGH .
pages Q
-oj.. :'i i ,,Joobdp'O': ahut the floor ioftl1 behind outing In the mountains In preserving and .\ f:
Psalms and'that butt he's
'bet' ;':-Fore"one .thing doors never. creaked. iri. verses.and no good invigorating the vitality of the system ofthose t your married life one grand sweet PRACTICAL*EDUCATION. fc ; J
: on ltoneb.ck're'stgot] no'lieTI -'D ... Dad saysAnd EDUCATION. r
';. ,.grandfather'sbotts .X T \ tTkC' be good across 1iDtIyf! who cannot afford to go war. In song? Well since I got a baby It's moree MODERN : t
:childreaT' stood inside, ..the door and never any tt unfortunate for Florida *
some respects is a grand opera with loud calls fore . f
t '
,' 1 'waited.. but he never- .looked' .; "Come' 0De- he's Art'afraid f of: the DeN dark P l.; ', uk Gaffer., -whosft.;.summer climate gives some author'every night.I DEPARTMENTS: {..r ,, ,r .i, s ii <" r, rl r J "

"sled 'Ylt.-,.. iol41Ai1, the, band ; unot 'faidIit'whh people a bilious tendency-ttst there are CoTkcUtc, Prtpairforv,: Cam, n,win not occur u him that he Is""not M'
oervotul" :
; : ';.they'walked k.Gtwel.iaosa. .the 'room Hill;;she '"I\I."can' rideDj "'chanters!"* i1'tat scorn. mountains! near at hand for 'a tonic; I Mr. Hayrake (to college bred'. }-Sojrew Ataxic; Art, Norm.*!. Interested although his home hls.famay, i-i'I'

: W *stood closVby;Uwlr grandfather; then she said : the eeacosvst has Its undoubted 'great air goto tew git married., :Du yew < and.kindred.may'be.In *" fYouma ,
.. .!; ,is ilod'sndebeerful.voicei; ,- said Gaffer, value, but to some constitutions It will Ul' polish-yew,got at ooUege'U en- : Every emphasis;Is laid upon the instruction < - < '. f''TAMPA"

: J.. 3t'I ,,:Good moralng.'Gaffer.' ."Vve. come "to sea qt5 Fier"N1tsI.1: -, f:never any not take the; place'of the bracing mountain ble yew' tew keep'a wife?' Son-Ir baa given. The professors and Instrnetort t "-
., J Or .J'C"Ir.t.'f. :--'- ... "< -'. . '. .' k',. good across:coMtry;*':but yet'.Z: ren't.found; atmosphere. Xenons may. be'..1IUIde, nabled me to' get a.wife rich enougli. to Are experts in who-have.the highest held colleges correspondingpositions la,the : : ; Jt

..T; : ,:*_!Wi've"eomefto.see you*,echoed the.everuobedientAddisoa. that;1t'bu.alienated S1"frieada..cloAe'me both coast and imountalns.v ee-jl me. Life. land. I f\. j -
; -
'tm' .,Grandfather, was fond 'of any great 'damage jn7 life. HasLatter : D begun Let every summer dweller In Florida of -. f Beautiful Location.Healthful Surroundings '. ' : r
.Modern Methods. Excellent Library V Y .
J' a" (o4;fashioned"things-and'tha name"."Gaffer, ,- ;kJ. 4, sinoMissMeruadoan't ' a. bilious temperament provide "himself Mr: Gighunps whq baa been caught by rIDel_ t-l+umished itoonis isms only a winter reswrt of- -great- : promUnenoev j'L" ," .. r t.

.".t.'it '. .-x'00 delightfully tinappropriate-.that.: :he,cap .."Oh,, ,ieach, Latin. with,a-stock of good lemons,and.every ,with some dab la ma basket under Good oReasonsbie. Each 1Te but one of the,Taaslest'aaol'most. t'";- .,,

-, ., :conraged _the; children x,'to J 11M .it,;,when. they' bdbe'.far''tooiD: \ other 'thiaira.to' morning at least half' an, hour 'before taking else)-.' you see i a room Terms, to himself, without extra student charger is progressive ta the,entire South .t* '3' -.l '*' -

,spoke'jo him.- begin!.*rt -' ?;. ; 1Mibegan.Creek7whenIwiU' / breakfast, an 'hour is .the (act 4*,' ny gtaases'-'er-' -magnify a good I ClOGS WILD, free.Tor : .
? '
have: he said ". : '
Y ', .bi 'bo..jrou'y. come* your ; MsJ age" said juice of i half, a lemon In half 'pint of d aL Make things look larger than they r farther Info1'1J olI'.an4 Catalogues r -
rF .If Gaffer-dn ;1 That i there's, no reason, why water It la an heroic dose especially really are! ;.app17to ''TOJXAK IHOT Lgeat; AND .

Addison<,should-loot' begin,'\Lat D.He,'shall to women' who dislike sour stuff but;Us rut to 'receive .smaller: 'tipthan 'T'1S'fD Pug J'U ii. \o.f \ "

r Colored begin- it with'me.:.':" 4 T"Addison effect Is ''so admirable that, moet:peoPle meets'the occasion)Ah.; 'makes yerput .
I (Popper '
flushed;:.lr001l,, If his hair; will come: to look upon the-taking'of'this' down. a'quarter when yer means half like its elder satee'the southarmoet city ; : ,

'- Ar .ft- ** then he scrambled Off bls''nut a most' unheard early lemonade as the great event of the a lollar- Sometimes.. I d.'. sir!-Punch..iTetty of 'oar >fraternal Union the' unique tmj *

: Q' : of proceeding.inthe'middle of.lun jeon-and tweot7-fUr'. Do not neglect It fora The State College beautiful city otKEY tI'I
c i 5" 'Splojteiies. ran round Ito his. grandfather..* 'H. threw himself single morning until you begin to feel the GH-Did you see the way that f r

: :;!;] i V ,upon'him: exclaiming: "I, love! you; oh, relDnl''l'8Jtin&.effects Of the approaching ma. nlooked at ,mel lit was positively In I .AI Lalta City. '

,a.e ." BUB*b o one euro for Contagions- ; how.1 love you r1', *_. "j. y g. winter. *and we will,. with reasonably prudent sulting. WEST "

: -dbe *:Kh regarded him witti astonished yes. That living la other respects; almost Brother-Did J he stare Offers Superior Advantages for'Acquir-. \ :
?'StoodFolron the- Whlcla"h ,
;; : guarantee! you good health and vigor:all i log ,
Addison-, who""never j kissed anybody; but Pretty, Girl Stare? Why no.: He ran "
f"t I' ;,r cOTsijlfrbaffled:.thedoctors. .They mother who'was'so undemonstrativ! 'so slow the Bummer It is said that under, the his! eyes over me and then glanced'oft ,- iadose the warm, meters-of ,th,u-- c.! ,

1;';f>Ts>!tjtinr nnable to cure It, and direct to.show'feeling,' should]behave;_in 'extrb- lemon_reglme.' a person goes up two.stair at I someone else Juet ASJ if 1 'wun't GOOD EDUCATION mous'Oulf. 'and each thereby connected ,

," i 'b> p''Tihafe ejrorte toward bottling the poison ordiaarntanne.: __ because he' told 'he steps"at a'| time In the middle of July as worth ,a second' -thought.-New York. for transportation, ) are linked to f '
readily as\In the middle of January.SANTIAGO'S Along the lines of Modern:Thought and the-vrortd,byithe beetRAILWAY '
-'i' .t r0p iairh blood and concealing it from might have'LaUD lessonsr'waato: hf :

< ,JTUrtT. B.:8..S.;curer the disease,'poal.yTtlf he'lifted -Addisoar; Gaffer on;Us seemed knee ton said; for la I.c ':, Engineers,. Physicians Bookkeepers 1. ---f .. ', .1.
; wd-parmalientybl: forcing oral; > I '
.r \ > ." < such la.queer yoga:."ikhinhwe're- kids Agriculturists r '

'L famrr.raie; of the taint: -. .y' ',:, ney,.youjand_:I r we'rei'going.naderstaod. Important changes la the,civilgovernment : :
ChemistsSUCCEaftlaVL .
', IwaifJTHeteawltiaterrtUeblooddliftasa, each.other''uncommonly weU.-sad i Addisonsat ,of Santiago; relating to schools.;-police t' :

'r' z'' yTaiaa. was U sport,. at drat bu"&f rrard enthroned oa .Gaffu'>i'knee all* "rat of i ?customs and mercantile and harbor \'OJ..N. . -, .. (1 ..o
-' spread all over my body, regulations, are'In of in.the leave .
i ; '-a .These toon broke out late luncheon.and shared his cheese Ki felt IJ process preparation country and we yen to iI.Ita .

k .14 t sore, and it tt easy to J . -. "-.At.. by General Lowton/cuid Wood, and a'proclamation lo. all Departments of Industry have name only remarking that, you cut, ,
; j' imagine the suffering I carrying'' them Into effect(Will see more from Its car window .man by t :.
; Gaffer-went back to his studhe aat been Educated here.
endured.Before I became When ,
,. . probably be Issued In a few".ra'he { --'k. any other way. U you cannot find its, "
. ;. 'J ., )convinced that the down: before ,the ,,,fire and he 'pond ed for P'OlICe"forcel.'to be increased WWi.. , Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send fur new name here look on s
P doetoneoulddoBogood, a st your rsiway ck.ta. "t
hi, ; e.dllOD.
-4 ; I had Spent a hundred Belong'time-over" queer) view'1 :enabling the withdrawal:,of-the Illustrated Catalogue to : Ita ', . a ,
i3f': Then .1t ie givehis"r shoulders',a. a and J
j : 't dollars which was ;
i" then military from'patrol. duty The change : W. V_YOCVai President,
lJ'Uarcnra away. 1 sighed,,**I was a'disappointment to mi father ,
will aid. the shipping,,merc&ntile,
\: vrtecL..arlo", patent and Industrial V Lisle City Florida.
aedletnes. but they did and hdfl'be'iduappointsaent-he; ipointment disap- Interests. The' ,: '
POrt dutiesand .
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+ = i not reach the disease poor little chap, to his... Hf ,i.1n: the salaries of many officials'civil and ecclesiastical. THE BEST RO TE. 3
: had flalahed *
When I my accountably like mej T' I
.'. . .' first bottle f 8. 8. 8/1 !wfli be reduced:. ';The salary medical
... l-t.T tea! :was greatly-'imnroved : TA lonely'child,waa"Addison ,:The fact thatheSras' /Archbishop jrespo, which was farmer PcpartmejvtTnlane /

t't."t, r.. TesvlU'' .' 17ft*.large and red was splotches delighted on-with: ny always, called' ';;'Addison 'from\i e,time ty $.. will M. reduced to 18,000; *',Th 'TTnlversity of' .Louisiana, For .particulars schedule rates, ate .. i
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I skeet pegaa to grow paler and smaller a r. he ceased to. be a baby'7wu proof enough A proposed changes meet with the. approval, t.- ''Its-ad vantages for pracical btatroetion. both write to G.. D. Ackerly."General Paasengar ,E
; u. ", :iTsetore long disappeared entirely. I regali:Vs child,who i* understood gets a Kit i of,the better classes. M.y t ..St in ample laboratories and abundant hospita Agent Jacksonville, Fla.Tffir. '.
:1 y.lost weight,became stronger,and my ap had'fifty. Addison"was'always Gie'e.; _. materials are onequaUed. Free access is given M L .
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$ >..11. grsmtty Improved.' I was soon entirely : to the great Charity Hospital with 700 bed ,
,.; .\... veU.eld akin Ufl.&p1..01 glsse. I l'aame.:,.,It ,was' a ;, and and 80,000 patients ananaDr. Special iastructioa - r'O' '
1mUttTXaa.: .too Mulberry 8U Newark,L.J.I Gaffer'igcasdfaffiahdtteea'tined:; ; i ifter'a DeFunlat,8pr'inga: .FIa,. April 30. is given daily at the bedside of tie . _

". :?14W ,Don destroy all po lble chance of afore gentleman who wrote poeto|,aa:;tbi .'Little Messrs..E. Or, Painter'& Co.. Jacksonville. The catalogue next session and information begins October address so, 1898. For -

1.'. ) by taking,the doctor's treatment Addison knew', 'ninth,* and he.:wondered Jf When t got your "Simon Pure"l'omaln"l. I PS IO 1 -
Prof. 8. E. CIrAILLE'H.. D Dean V
$mercury and potash Theae minerals the writings'jf.. thati:. far'away.'MrVAddisonwere" : fertilizer thought It was a lour price to } .' I !
; !
'f pay-Tor but I am beginning to nnd out P. O.-Drawer a6u NEW ORLEANS. LA. it -
.--t" :CIAIe. the"hair to fall out,;,end;will 'more Interesting ,thai:\,"Sup"hr jStep. that in this case ar least to buy th* most 'r. r" ;'. r.iii .

: .lereek the entire 'JSte .'. .. ". : Addisoa'was called tA."oU: fashioned' hid;** expensive Is practicing true economy;for pets Rbat . .
't.: he wag'notvtr: r sure precisely what thai my tomatoes fertilized withyours.U far _. Aeatevtvvaat.ce.m 'ii'
was tit, U. OSMumstirr er = I ,
J ahead 'of,.anything else.".The; plants iy Educate for a Situatiofl a v 9 ,eek d
: : but 'child natm emoraaee
1 s.sror' Blooo"i it.was something oqbt not to started to grow quicker than any traas HOG CHOLERA. toaaGtr sa o fop w .
:' ;{i& .. be; he."was*convinced., Kit,,:was'pretty'very" planted plants t ever saw,'and have kept iii stauirs e W''We tdDcII you aDd U- semis a ti! .

._ pretty;'so the'officers"said,*not infreqnen tly,to up a steady growth ever sine' In spite- el sssassO ora goodranimdaarreyouaaTelegrq IIIarn '
; .it, ,fst';' ;T O TABL ,:ana,:U the onlyiklood Kit herself.' Blt"vas. _nevef afraid of'aaytMng the excessive:' ;.From dry weather present ,appearancesthey we art experienclng Ceq Per P.dng.Pest PaW:. :"C tIfi' M oee eve Cultee r

Y;?; 'remedy guaranteed to contain no by. day'cry'nigkt.e .Kitslwaya'spoklfthe will be at leastia couple of,weeks T : a rro arr :uTfeN ,'.

.-,-4.Betath, mercury,tit other mineral. truths Addison bad been known to nrermi'icate ahead of the ethers In bearing.::It is too t M STANDMtO I Wt STOCK ROIDY_ :. Ma8S 8bl.l :\ 8.B '11'l

-V/;4JJoobOIl' the ,disease'and:Its treat When tae iiWU-frightened. -at"nothing 0 at-all,-Kit- early in yield yet but to .say I am.not how t they afraid will of compare,, the.re- P-agsetsW d.- etttrrtrResNN . . E88 CO..," Ii o' oats ; ? '-.

k t*..stantmalledfleet Swift Specific Com- said, .: _& COL17J1Bt'R CUe; .
: "" suit' -being. .equally. CoryHct2UARR1L* '. ,- '\ -1; -' --"f". Sant at net for Caaalo Die, 'f f.41. !:
'... .' :Y i'nknriA'tlantaOpcrHaJ. t. - >-_ :Bat the' worst:'and' -,moat_ ''unforgivable' hmg: "t'.c: .K. ._ !, . . :' .s-'t ,. ;' :, > '. .

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ah ROBBINS &: GRAHAM CO.'I Some- of the flans for the Construction of\ the New Presbyterian - . "f. \ ", { Mr

.Attoxaeparat-Law.: Churc which is About to be ,Com need.--. Most The Real l Estate office of Mrs.. Julia 'D. Tuttle has been "' :}',

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MIAMI. DADE COUNTY FLORIDA. \ Beautiful Structure. removed from the northwest to the north-east corner of the : a,w;: ;(; ,
*111 practice all courts State and Federal ,
z '' Special t cllttie*for examining and perfecting Hotel Miami''' .> '. ,,( ,
w Laud Titles. We have South the cult Dade-complete eounty. In order that our readers may be able to realize more fully the general plan of the new Presbyterian church and -- \ .w '
abstract book eoTering
i the and Circuit recede Court dally at report Juno from allowing the all Clerk land of manse, upon which work will be commenced in a few days, the METROPOLIS has seen fib to publish a simple outline of Thi New DeForest . <| X' Ji

4 : trtntler All the certified Abstract or Title the ground floor plan of tx th the church and the manse. At a glance the eye will take in the general idea better than Town :
f+ Booth Dade county are made at our Miami "' .. _-
y ,( office. 1-tf-hl. if a word picture of sevtained ral columns were made. As you look at the design the points of compass are main- ,

left hand west. In making the draft the Situated one and one-half miles north of Ha1ktn Tale is !: .. ."
-the top north, th right hand east, the .bottom south, and the now f.
JAS. '1'.SAN ,pB8 H. T. ""* -*&
ATKINSON exact proportion hare n< t been maintained, 6cept approximately. The arcade between the church and manse IIproportionatellconsidera ready for the' selection of lots, and the'adjoining 1f2ooacres: ;r,. .{L.
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n' i ly longer than is shown. It was designedly cut down in order to keep the draft within the '' ... ,a> ..

and Counselors Law apace of three columns of his paper. ,, \" has been sub-divided into ten-acre tracts.: ':: :- .;::t: : :

h. Attorney's a Every one can find land to suit. Marl BrameHIgh and]
: : a : ;r; .:' :
In Rooms 1 and 2, ;; : ; ;
- 't-r ... Brown's Brick Building / i '---1 Low Pine stand Orange Land, Celery Land: and as fine; _-,: '.{

*?. -! lkf.bs MIAMI' FLA. YI 1i i Hammock Land as there is in the state. . ':f' (1' _'.

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I GEO, A. WORLEY; I Call at office or address .," {j- ; '[:/, 'r -%;', t? .

Bv;: *-J: t Attorne p-at-Law. ; : "

.. '. All General business practice entrusted in State will and receive Federal prompt Courts attention. 5t: "},:' mz I ,MBS. JULIA D.. TUTTLE. {. .: .. > '
Agent foe 5 :S. '

of New York.AH . Q : ,. I 8-17-o.hf-m - -- *&,-.- jtjP >
kinds of life policies written. .Office orerpostofflce. "' --I : .. -t --o
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Mills Fowler, M. D. : Bank of B8 Biscalu ( :

"4 .OM OPATHI5T, 4 I.: 'Tl pL -- : .
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r-: 13th street near Avenue B .. 1 t
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Chronio Diaeasea. a specialty. MIAMI, FLORIDA. '" 't, :
27aug-Vf ,, I' .. HE height of the tower of the church will Ft" ,!x f -' ,
lJrooUOtiDD.uJrPD vu Laws oil : .
rFDA. ; .
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) bd 88 feet. .

'GILLESPIB ENLOE D. DBooms ;. The aide walls J>f the church will be U M. BROWN Conducts a General Bankir" ., :: J ', rWr. '
r ,,r /) / ;' ( felt Business. Issues Drafts .onAll* P
in height. PmaiocNT. ::f' <
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t .Building. 'w : ,;
Belcher. King'
in '
4fcr < I ,1t f' ; \ The apex of the roof will be 64 feet. R. R. MoOORMICK, Parts of the Wgrtd, Accounts! 1 _, ,"

:*/ Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. / : ,;".. ."" "f.: JiI .. f r' m The size. of the audience, room will be ViorPittttacirr. Solicited and Every FavorCod i". _t':'.- F- -:;:. ;
Will be in Miami after Jan lit.I7mulm .# 'I j
; ; '- .. 88i62 feet. CHARLES H. GARTHSIDE."sictent With Conservative Bank _?]
j'" ,' CII: I ;; :,: r ff
I' :;; ,.... The eating capacity will be 8M.I CASHUN. ing Extended. .' ;- 'f'l ; ;1

< Dr. .Jas. M. Jackson Jr., i'I y ...- f' The manse'will be two stories in height .. .', I'"J'5": .. ". ;, r..... t!:
>. MIAMI, 'J .-..1.. and cover a ground apace of 86x88' feet. -------- -......... ..-. ....-;;w.. ,./t""'' .'.{''I t '-...'" ";" M

FLORIDA. I The roof of both structures will be of slate. J .
\ otlle..C Present: ,. Seaboard National Bank New Yorl ;" ; t ,:%
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L" kX TOWNL'ET BROt' DRUG 8TOB. ,. "" I The body or walls of IK th church and manse will be of our : '
'.1 NatT Bank of '._ i ; ' : '.
41," 5-t7.U --- natural rock cut to size. Jacksonville, Jacksonville :. i }; :
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t John S,-. Frederick, .,. I The trimmings will be of white and red terra cotta. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT "...itfL L a 1i .

\ .' ; i I The I location; will be 01the northeast corner of the park y '
Knauth Nachod and New .
anl Kuhne
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CiyU Ep : .
l ; JDY 13x14HAJ.L8X13 \ i on the corner of 12th istreetj and Palm nnpe. ,. ,! ." \ \ '!' .
+ Notary Public for State. at Large. KITCHEN 3 I. The church 'and manse will face Palm Avenue, the cocoanut I t -, "'-.1'- ; ",=->

r.:,r ; Particular Attention. given to Sub Divid-. 19x18 ; i grove and the Bay. \ Elegant Iron Tult and Bqrglir-Proot Sara With Triple. Concussion 'Tima;, Loots ,. ) .
tug large trreta.OfBoe
j A 20th St,.near AT.-D,mBtib |lt.l21tf. I i 'I J The cost of the Btructure well that is a forbidden subject of the lost ImoroTed Mile.. \ i ' .J :t' .
FLORIDA. a !n T .t'l'o.bllD \ ;
MIAMI However learn and form : -
;:! f as near as we can can an opinion 1 .
Ueo. W. Allen. i I from the plans in detail, it will 1 be second to none in the State '

R .A.'ttCmey; vt,, t..a.w-. ...,.. .., 4 0 ,.. "i/: w t except the Grace Memorial hunch at St. Augustine. ........ ,'' : I.. .j' .

g r I The machinery for sawing out the rock from its natural ZAZ; : -: : [;t. ;
:* v Fta
.. gait "WiT, ; : '
'' ., .' :: j bed is now upon the ground !and work will be commenced in aings. __ 1 <\" .
!$. ( Will praotioa fo all the Conrta,State and ;
z l S .' i very few days, not only upon the grounds, but at the, work of '
1.941., .
:v } Iiederaalr : H " Is
forging to the front
z .t I as; { sawing out the, rock. rapidly 1 f1\i
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1 I WILLIAM $e0Tr'_ _OOBBOF z<. aOOxa 1< : '., R. : / a i As was stated in these columns last week upon the authority I :

,SCOTt BROOMS I j" ___J of'Jo*. A. McDonald, a j ear in time will be consumed inx. .

: .. ,.,. ttoneylt-&t-CA'W'' ; '" the' construction,the two bui\" .' LILtThe Leading City in South Florida. i r ; r

i l rNOTARYsPUBIJd IM OFFICE ..Jr :do notiranVto:. Close th s article without giving credit to whom credit belongs, and state that a large amount M '

'1.' .!11eetIou!m pnetkf prompLlJ In aQ attended State anl to.Federal Courtt of ,the expenaeof! building I the church will be paid directly! by Henry M. Flagler. The members of the chef ch society .. .:.:. ; < : ( , f .
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and friends-of the church have been lending efforts, in raising funds for the construction of the church. At Its best w"EVERYBODY
.. 1 OrncK ovc& BAVK ,or_BAT 8fscitxsant *
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: "'J 11.JI1De-t'J-U u_ '".' .'- i,.: "" .. tbe'largest'sam 1 so':.raised ,would 'cut but a, 'sore 1 figure in paying the expense of the construction of so. beautiful IS GOING TO MIAMI!' -: .?%1 ;

i' 1t: OR'R.: (E. CHAFER 'and expensive.! { an, edifice! and IDa seas the one Miami is to be favored with. will entai -! '' '*j'
Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION ;
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; -a, i _+.i ;.ii IST: ORANGE. BIDaEJPEAIINdS:' Monthly Heating of School Board. Notke for Publication.
; \ Busfness or.residence Choice locations in the city for sale'by }:
P-?*= f' f t- ** liD Owfivm rt
[pC \ Orfloi'inBiulerBonBlock" : ; ,- ,portheas. ,The long-looked' for rain"has' come at War PALM BEACH, Sept. 6, 1898. AT GAmmux. July 2G,),'LA.Il 1M..rNolle : :
+?- t S 1Ariniuf4>and 13th '"*'- last. :Orange trees are looking flfae.Mr. Regular meeting of the School Board Is hereby sirea' that the following

fe t:' !.e. : and )(n"Wi.T.Iwli of 'Miami l held to-day. Present: J. W. Jackson, name settler has Sled notice of his intention
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chairman J. W. Corns lock W. L.
iv float-proof la
; asks ol his
IX JT7 t -: support elalio. Fort Dallas Land
tiiit the
to Ridge Sunday.
paid a Coll1pan t
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K6 > 1 / "t .pbDSQN Widmerer 'and Z* T. Merritt. Minutes aDd tuat said proof will be made baton JohnB. ,
'' 1 pR.M.p.. They were of -sweU':plea*trees.d., ;with ;;,.th".. of last meeting read and approved. .Belli J,U. 8.OommlMloner.at Mltml,: Fiords -: llt
** ; '\ f. . :Dentistj .' '. LL growth theirrorange* \ Ft;,Uenr1 is appointed supervisor oik September 10, IBM, rls: 'Franeli 'GObenehkln. ,
.. i de vet ; ,
M . : l'bFri1f: .
r r Linton colored school No. 4, and Noah of C. oannt drove, I'lL. homestead \
Yt.c: \ IIIIn I igTettb a specialty.' and Mr.Boberts; ohM.laml"cal1d at Hall as supervisor West Palm'Beach 22802.for the!northwest quarter of Section Call on JOHN B. REILLY Agent. f"
:$ M. :01'1'10>G: ,the RIdge J Saturday.. Mr.Frohock No.'Captain Q. R, Carlin appointed J Township M South;Huge 41 Xart ,,
. 1 'Over Post Office.4 ... says be. misaed'.it by.not hantln'z' upthe supervisor'at ,Jupiter 'No.'6 and" J. G. B e names tile} folio ,wltneitea to prove Fort Dallas Land Company, Miami,. ,' .. ,, l"
;1 4,4 -land:at'the Jlidge .when helCn' . "t-r.
6- ia.QIt Trnman .
atBiacayne.Painting his eo nuns rnldeaee tad cultivation INiSRAHAM "
upon Or J. E. Vice-Pres't
>- came to Dade. county_,some two tears 1.* .colored school house,at of said land Vlx: .: ;1 j!

4 14..H v HUDDLESTON t M. D. agora orange; He1 land thinks that be this1 hat;.;is seen, the since/finest: be. Miami issued to inspected paT,for'same.and warrant for$85.U J.Joseph W. action Scale*;,of of Coconut" Qrorp.. Fla u . 1-10.tt.!.s-m Fort Dallas Land, CpM"'St.A An gustine FJ ; r; H .
.. \I' '. .Medical: ,left, ,Yolusia! county. .ft* % \' HrFItzhDgb"appolnted, supervisorat J. L.Toanc,of "w- e "' '

t. ; 4 B" Hotel lamU,, Mr.Adani.:Corell"1tiami'a HteUnd Neptune. Leo Blchaidaon,8rH Cocoannt(Store.FU. 7 i
i' Gn4natal !"LA.. wideawakelivery}man; Who own an Colored school- at Linton will open \ W.O.BOBIKSOK..B (iiter.Kotice HIGH GRADE) FERTILIZEQUALITY
.' 10fflfe* : sue C and 12th streeL orange grove'.at the',"
._ '. .CQ'3T :a:. .'VE: :.k. '." t',,
f"1<:; OT\U.\ .. : _.. .. '\,...... 1'. -"t.tl roots, rocks: ,etc.I ,. -'J.; .v Ai.> 4..it, ,; building ..put; np at ,BisCXyne without- Lax OrricxAT OArsMTiixs FLA.. -.. .... .. "., "" ,. ,
:+' J.':S..tFretlerlck; ,has'' been hav.iog: '' ceiling. July lltb,1A8. I _AND REPUTATION :.
'1r some -
.I .. ;';b.8.7' .$Aii ; : ) .<;Frederick will'have, ,' fertlliM last year and warrant. .. issued to Mr. named settler has filed notice ot his Intention to ;' '\ W'. \ :
', and cnUiratediright away. ., t Fozzard. make final proof In support of his claim, and l
,1---, It. .. .. t'.d', "..: .. .... ; ( -J' On motion ,Board 'decided to send. said
.c .
that ;Iwffl mad before
that proof to Jao.B. These
'. .We.said I last spring! the Ridge teacher to Louisville; ,,"
Q !lP BelUyl U. S.'CouunUsloner,'at MtaaCFbL, T
prove : ote.r i. would'bemade to :produce.l:oranges August lit there w..s in the treasury j .
,... f.: this;>year.,:So'':. far-bur:;prospects': |re $1,195.84.. During the month there on Octo' r 8th. 18M,>TU: WUllam( O Ui, of strictly high grade, reliable Fertilizer the following prices i?!s '--j x .'
ITEN ACR S.tUpartlall!ImpfOTed ;, We have one' dancy tangerine ][ MBet ad 1B. for the soothof n ,
I-;' -t' ffn btier acres trots wt, well to citrn, alerted fruit"growing tree and good.tree'with about 85 fine looking oraaofritwe'alaohave''a $2,030.82.has'' been-The received. disbursements$86.98, making: the q r of sooth-west-
,, ,flood six room hoaae.-wash and batn- : kumquat tree month were..$172.11. leaving in the tbwnrhlHe 04,South,Range 41 Ent. IDEAL POTATO $30 PER TON r-.;-_ .; \. -!'
.,mppliedwithbatfc.vwell .and with 78 oranges; then there are a number treasury September. 1st, $1,8M.71Warranta the foDowlnx witnesses to prove tie IDEAL VZGXTABLK .\ ..__...$30 PER.TON .< .. ,'
'r' .Grtod barn,Improved .
: tiatern waters ftnHni resident and eahiTation m..unBT1LUK&foraUeropa.I27PERTON .
<" f'trees"wttb'a.'few--orangea.; nthem.VThesetreea Hpoa ""'
; issued
E ,hleken-eonse-and t other OQt-nonaea. ] :: i were for. generalexpenses ;d-y- .
i--:- .. Located at miles onth-we of Oocot- have been set out. said vlz IDEAL BLOOD,BOn AND POTAU..18 PEE TON \
< f" meat UroT on good road. 80ool-nrate the: :Ridge; since ,the"80thnf; list to the amount. of $866.02. Robert lolls,sal Oocownat Uror*,Fls. SPECIAL lOXTU&K KO.l .... ___ ...... _.._..545 PER TON : ..'\ 'i -
ne-qnarterof.mile from place.. Good at December.t; :; ; "' -'jw.'People . I .. r I Stunel Belcher,of,Coeotnot Orov Via OOR3K IEITTLIZZA ..w.*........**_.........t..._. .f99 FIR TON ..' ", ;! ." ;,.
TftN :RKi-3 acres iln Cltrai fruit >> ',who 'trees will not A, Change.( gilt S.FLbec.f. All Fertiliier MAUrial at Lowed Market Prioea. .- :. ;.
aay orange -
trees,well aurteovtwo acre hAmmock ' wnuAma.Xbenold.ot' Aak for oar book,"Why We Mtko the Ideal Fntilaen." yx
lust cat down ready for trees.* grow among rock-certainly have bad \ Mr. Wm. :Featberly, one of the [ w; O.BOBCT8OH. Bef Irter. ., p-
Y!S : hoai*. ->Cood well Of water. Located no experience In growing orange treesin original ownersofthe; Mrncorous Wilsoi & Toomer Fertilizer Company /. .
' mlamte*walk from school* : ,
Dade'count"a Call 'oa"Hr."L; W. plant and the:-preseo ownerwil .
., bonne.:0atoodroa4andingoodnelgh. _' > Pierce Just"west"of and nearXembnCity1 take charge for .his ,brother, C."'OFeatberly JACKSONVILLE FLC.. ..).' ._- ", !t {'A'
for particular apply toy; VLF. 1a :and Jbe. ,convinced.i 'lir.Plep ; of Ithaca, Michigan, next: (} I IV Foot Brand Blvd and Boo, $17 per ton. , .: i .'
t s., MORSE; can show orange:trees< in;/his' grone 'Monday.!'The '!latter, ,s:now'makingall ':to.theMiami Damaraland Goaoo. ,tbs- Ideal. ToUooo Fertilizer, $44 per too. : tCHASE .,';,-,' ." ....,,
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watch-are thirty years old, thirty t preparations come as soon as ; ;
i k .ovei poet 041ce"YL1YI, ,dt TLa high and .thirty.to:fifty inches In possible,;'and;expects toaget.here: by & HARNEY AGENTS 9 t :.><

ortOAFLANG circumference'near. the;base Of tie\, ,the lit'September' when he will .Drug Store U7.tf.Usq MIAMIVFLA. : '_ .
te trees; :Yoo'can find no better looking take full,charge.-- As understand. 1 v t ,
t : : ? COOOANpT OBOVX' FLA. s orange-treeaiuany country, ;: Go and the paper.will be run as Independent DELIVERY: AND HHIPMENTSPEOMPTLT ( ,

fee them; / f $ '"\ _f" Repub U ican.Our; Sunny Land. ,.-", For Crushed aparUInc Fruit Iee v-Soda Water and- ATTENDED TO.. \ ;;
4--- aV. 4."'V.Joba" Bands is having'his prairie 4Thanket'"There I : Is' nothing'wrong Pure {I Ornrs end Toilet-Article*

land 'near':;the Ridge ploughed, ;pre about the above'except the statementsot Tobaccos.Fin*line ol Special Stationery Cigar* .and a
parinr to raise a'good. crop off;Tegetac' ssential facts. Wm. Featberly 1V to tlu Frt -
blet'bia wluter.- ; tlona ;
; > \ SC'T .
*We;Manufacture:all' M. Featherly, who is not ,taking # PaN Distilled Artesian Water tuwL. .
of ,';Mr:.rChas Watkfna'is- clearinltnd .
;kind and sties ...
fi 4 so that he can extend; ...his! ahead; charge fM his brother;C.O.Featherly,, MIAMI_ ..DRUCFCO.M7iybttm Address mail orders to LAKE.WORTH ICE COMPANY; ,

large pineapple eld.1' Jfj.t,. \'!' as':,W. M.' Fettherly owns the'plant; ".Beldter Block. J1.I.U Miami, Fla,or call- .m;person at- warehouse, ,on Avenue D. : ,

- k Cyprcs c business;lot and building.*O'G.:Featherly --S .- Sf -

; .. :: .*'will' be h"e'ab uioCt bU.1st
S. ; 5- I and ;not=Septeniber: sls L O. G;;:Featberl7 .. JOHIOOIOIITTEROrerittyew 1 : ,: ,
Tanks '- 'Ci$y:Clerk J.M.; Graham. will-beal' Will! not'bite-fuy: cbarge.:. l'beMzBopous / 11 J Enlarging Tintypes .

______ his office in the council cbamberefro U I U
9 to 11 a, ra; daily,-except Sunday,and' .. .'wilt, I.'cot. ,>independent_> _, L Kodak pictures finished, and; all >
y Ias 'all J day1 on; the last day,otthe: month,! Republican; .Independent; as 40nrfBunny" szperlenee.J** /% .wort.finished to ate.AYaNU .
at which times be will be* pret>are4"to1 : Lana'jreir.knew: 'Outside of UatropoIUBnndlBtVMfaml. "up .- ;

attend: tojthe: ';;;rristradon: ;cHyvoters. i ''these- five""' "small"errothtbe'ltemis: ; Full Stock 4f 8smnbs ol sO taUst WosTe-' D:ON! BJ 0OIc*UT. Or. ( -

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r AVe notice, Mr. Editor, item of '. ' : l .:1 .,
your .
'i N WDR OO DS STOKE donation\ by Kirk Munroe to library ADDITION. :' IINCE'..", MEAT. LAIESk SIIbES." ,, >

._ of the battleship Teiatf, and you also I /
: state that the library of tb ship was U 1.J # ir. t"'. f ;.t.rc
& Co.of
: Bartow and r
.; \ I thrown overboard just before the bat 1--- : :
Home, < i .1 :
wood, .Fla.if:respectively?are" : c M 7S'j.
tie of Santiago. Capt. Phillips smiled
a ..Z' .;. when recently told of this] loss He about Arcade.to They open*;'will a restastrantaln make it neat the Tan VestingKid stoaced g. l: oi : x.
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; .M aid the library was safely :: .
.. "W 'in New York as soon is hostl II- and attractive place where.: the-beat of ,

,'r Xsw',.,. .i.,,: It ; . way ties broke .out and is now itat.ct.but meals night.can.'be'had. at. <. any-,hour. c""of day or 4' . Top Lace' ,, .;.}t., -,-. .' ,..- Q! .: ;2.50 r m\
l' !than wel-
-. are always more 1' if-
a .J Jit additions
: : ? \ ...i* \ :, t ; : [rn was the scientific library Major Moody yesterday received orders Kid Top' Lace ;::: ";i: .t .;(;..li50'r" : .
' that was left in New York. It was to ship all remaining,government : .. ." ., d" _'_ ,' ''J
; .1" the library of light reading* that,was supplies remaining here.and intended . r r t'-". -i :
) JE" for the etarving.Cubiua to .Tanta. t( Kid Oxford /c [ .
2' 5'
E U' .r jne Jetsamed-ED.. I I - : III. :":4'. .. .
The Major and .blaT assistant were '
+r. -.. \ "Y'.of' Our townsman Jack Peabock an- <. : 4 w. dJ sev j 1 .
ordered to JacksonTille .
report .at to >
lounces himself as a candida&i-fo the ." Oxford !. ; j :
Kid r 50
... 'C .i nomination for county collec. .";lr.Pncock..sUle4 morrow. 'The.Major i.a strong friendof ,-. '
.. .-'" : that.jjfflce Miami. '0' ? \ ;. + .- .
: fortenral.rears .! '
S'i > "" "Deputy Collectof6iPca8ton1i "W..M. Kid : 2' 1
r. before Collector Uardee was pxfqrd, .. .5'0,1. .
'k" ; .; ', lected// He will make a hard run"for Featherly last night; received a,wire a . :". v-1, ; : ,'' '. "
from chief of -', t. '. 't i .1: 't
VWWjmsn .
the noniiiiation| v Burgeon "'.:it,},J '"t''.! ., .
\ 'road''from Miami down needs the marine,hospital corps at Washington : 1-
The / All our goodsTare stylish and of YeTyjlateSf
the ;
that quarantine at Key West j
attention of soft '
; A number) .d
1 Formerly of iBartpw, have opened _Mr tr class some places pave, appeared in the rock should had been recall declared all the off patrolmen and that who be grades One. purchase,;>will make"yo"u'a'cis. :' ... , J1 .

Dr Goads and Furnishing store in mom join- Which causes futs. With Uiese'softplaces r .\ '* .J- ', ,} .< r '
4 once filled properly the road have been patrolling the Bay nights tortbeast'thne tomer. *, .. < -;':.. f" ". h <
up i- '
'' ingftfie bank on the ,south: We car y comrf" will no ?need f Nether expense or some weeks. There baa been' .. ; :' : ' r'

plete line'..of'iV \ '. done years at to.ooe come.j. The work should t" 'c be no/yellowfever'Cant.: J. H. Welch at Key and Mrs. Welch ANTIjONY.: :: DROSa t.0 f.

= \ I Mrs. J. and Miss Eva McDowell;of .of Welchton, father and mother of '. "', : : ' l .J
& v\ < )ra..1.R. and Miss
Dewey Welch, will
West tislting i at the. home of ; :
tS Mrs. McDowell's brother; Robert'EhOlQpo. arrive in'Miami to-night to make their 1 : * *' ' i. ;., .
: ': Y Q9 3 lo 1 1 future home. '.Mr..Welch"was. one of : r"-:: ; : $ l7ltbk" -+: .

: qe 1 I tbeleading candidates for U.8.Consulat . "
: JackvPeacocKTiavfe1 *--
rAli ot the,eleven children Pf ( I Havana, Cuba but-,withdrew in :t n"t* ? .. .ti *r '. -l,
% r t recovered .from the favor of General Lee. Mr. Welch is .' ) 1' .
: "We inake a specialty of "j 1I\ ,: .
., .' .... *** .v\ \ 1 f : measles# Nine" ;of them were.slck. at. one of .the heavy; sufferers from the .L'I dJ .) ". 'CI' EI." -rt" H : 11.'.. .
obe tme. ex ;t freezes in.which he loat$160,000 in.one I .r';._ J ... ..', .-,-, i'".jjf-Ti' IfIf. :
{We'are told that the entire family, ofMr. night. Mr.'and Mrs Welch will make ' a'
.. DIElS .'Mootiey'are slcVwith mess es: welcome: residents"of:Miami?'-'-r'-. '' Dist Ql tJ aters_ =, .Orders :Pxomptly' .F illed.' 4t'

XJMr 'and.Mrs.J. D, Bentley sire on 'Dayafterdirnew' settlers arrive
i ;4 ", .EMBROIDERY, BUTTONS, ETC. toeir way to New Haven,. Con fl.'f for., from different i sections,of' Florida! an4 l.wjkI pO., Forest Jf \ M-
ft weeks visit. from Georgia 'an ;wagons, bringing f / ;
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f *. ;This' department is-pr si iMrs. [Tb\' writer is in/sold soldier, served with them their; families' stock and :.
: in tb rinks, and also wore epaulets.He farming utensilsiV They come here'forhoraerf :
3 -j,: ,Quarterm n', a lady: of refined. : tastes and. )large .thinks, on the breaking out of'a ;". haviqg:learned :of our,.frost ': ? :' ; .

the buss ; She also ha in war officers should'all be compelled'to proof ..ellmate.and ,good margins : ii < ,. ," : .. ,
b- : .. *,experience-in q ess: tamp wltff 'Commands. ;a Idea made on fruits and vegetables. Manyof

.her .aPartmellt.LacerCurtatps1 TabletLinens of opening Dig hotels for the accommodation them have friends 'relatives here b t., .,.t' ;
;, \ already.; A.B.-WaddeH: 'called to Fi11jk1j1Z1' n. r _
: of pffleera,having them send for was ;
f' Sheetings, Bbbinetts,- :Umbfe.lias/Hbsijery, and, Wives, mothefV'and"'8weetheartsandwbiling Little RlverJadweek( to locate. a party : .'I! : .; .i. ;:
: of ; of
the twel'e-or..ftfteeo' families
Children:Fine Shoes. We take 'away: ..time Jn trlppiligbtfantastiq g-the t .',_ -
Ladies and
:z \ and in_ ..pleasureablecirriage' who bad come down,' fromVMiddle: I N
** f drives, while living suinptnVof 'Florlda.u. }
of \ .
'r : . pride in out line- + ; : 1 ;
$>s1 1 lyand luinflously; Is,affar ceon :Atl'"a; meeting"of'the; Dade County .
.t .. I. )0'1'\ : A. .. 2 f'A'; < \, .. 'J \\ patriotism and an. jnwilt to American. Agricultural'.Soelety': held' this.witek lOTTITTYEVR .4 x t
\ manhood in"the'ranks.: Ninentbs oft tn .. ,
: i./ :<_' .f it. Monday the casino.'of; the Miami : ; -
Cl)1rp\tES ,e mismanagement 10\the.:present;, (< large amount::61 J interest'was. manl- -y -> t' -Ai *>- l
:" : : : ; : '. War lies at the door of subdrdinate offl- este&nln: looklngover the prwpects of ; r 4 ; :'-

( t ; = \t caisignorantnftheotficIa out. ( e.to' the coming wintercrop, tomatoes it t : ,, ,.

.. '* obtain (supplies, they failed tc talQ was quite generally opfninned-that&OO ; 1 '_'
'% .'J' 'VPcarry W. L }DouglafS:and J., S. Nelson 'what was often close at hand.al only cars of tomatoes would be shipped from i.
.: needed the' reqqisitio< ; laud tb. section this 'loter. ln "
proper : Bay .weekly $ : '' -* '' " > " ".q.iiT' .*
-, |}:_,. /- :.. *,: &viSpnJa:; hfeil1s.. t. >?*'A"'Knjppendoj![.f--; IMr M, t.mAn'. ,' ; 't 'effort\to"obtalu.should. In.fotur.'ourm'i view ,of.this-it'.Js, robs regulations f
'f or.disposing?of ; ,*&ti"
J *. .. *i-. - y .:
'. 1"-1." men, eat the same, food. provided from' 'ally' during the ,shipping.season}in : : '- :
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[and Ill
N J.' Ladles "
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TVjt"" V f -g--% j* "> the same 8 UE. a,<. o erthatano; particularjnarketXwillbe '.
'I .A8;:,' These re all) iffhriCTade'Cu om1'-Sbo aod .T. Carter our enterprising dry lutted.:; Who'says'the Bay section' REAL -. ;" ESTAPEam --

-1- . : *\x% .. *< *. t .irtw <%\ /"."*Hi J&K5C** goods man, concluding he had r'not'' does not ,lead all'I in wintervegetables 1? : : 'r : : ;

it ***: ::are'unequaledan, i8 tyle fand 1nr, 1,.I it .j feSAafe enough I Irons.i in theflre,,has associated. Prof nd iMrsii.Arthur i Saylor,?of ? ' ; ,, : ;;_

"" ., 'a: i I.n 81ir;tntr .ucbol;to,the nod 111 opt .! Miami with it{rT''fWilIIams himself ''i in| the :;trucking"experienced business. New been:Smyrna superintendent,.where.Prof.1 ofthe.'pubiicsicboole Baylor' has -. : .} ,., 'Dad(300.it@OFJd&( ; ., ';kLr> '"

: .J: nP county we'wdlsay tbat e.ex ect-as, -"'! trucker lrom; tb'west coa t.:',NowjMr: ;'are", now stoppingat the Bock J ; ; .e \ fl.GE'NT .
J. \ .?.' l : 'it' 'ft:4:. ;Williams is in charge of operations on Cottage.iJn;;.Cocoanut!,Groye. ;PrJ t. r" .
-.k< ,, L v ; *in'the. past-jt6carry reliableV.np-tp-diatei goods -Carters's prairie: bonanza. at PJumPbii and Mrs. \areaecompanledhy t N.DS OF.J t.

'S. lltlje'm .1 tow ) t'and; ,' thefdrichfngrplowing ''and. Prof. :Saylor' brother,;Walter.Baylor. -" > . WJCWJk
as reputabiedealer !
I.tiririd as any :: seeding now going ontbere show induatry an attorney of Cincinnati,:and How1 r. ik .i'

." fe energy-and faitb. Success to ard Nieman.'aUo an;attorney'of that 1- b-FI n *} ?strC6ast_ 'Railway 7C(6r'i( 1 ": s vil; -v _,
h Qporabl ='t 1 t.'c: to VHl ; :v ;
).Ve'exp' ect lbv'a e a n ," r
.l .,; .'. ., .. .,,.. a.!<"r" a P"'rj jp., ., g,, -ou; gentlemen, and;may the returns city. The ..twolatter'entlemen'':are ; .
' "; ?ta erit'a. ; hareof, < oar :' trotiagEf'aa: ell.r-as'. gladden'your: hearts and\make i your down for ?a:cruise.of"Clndlaq !Bi ver; fr* f'V i iFloHda' Coast Line Canal and 1 nm : Ca.,' *. ,

''. '.h''**'' ... \, .. H''. ... pa. ' .' rl( <. ;ostcn,:WW<1 FloriaaAtlan C-Vlftftt jiATld :CjS. l
'I 'willrfY urs t'o< leasey ;/:. ,1- 11gym :
blessed ,
./ pl The rain I How out health Js run and '
'. .yourgood; gardeners v ;.down { ' '

i; \ .;ess.*t. ..t's..w- .. (K.1,3""rrT\-Vr<. BUItDINE.OK. afcd Sunshine3 truckers'enjoy Is foyous'and'rain'le&our-.daily-showers, locate be and at;bseatimable.brifpro the( ; Grovel 'Thus'thejrcome e"to: :. <' .,.:::' :., ,=. :' : .; ; : : ;. , ,: : ,: ". ;: tJ"l {

,'.. .. -. -. 'r.,. -:, one;:bygonedrawn%hither .bi' 5nt .'. : : .
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_.: ; .! '_ . '" ; \ '., ': !. :. :...f ". i1" .,, . .t.t :.:;WjW. Paris Wtil-bld'"I ; healthy;-and ,salubrious"limate 'and, .- ., J, ., '.1. ... ." 't .-', "..r ; ".' -: f -'*'"Si
: '\ OOCOANtJIf' GROVE> ,ITEWt '#! Mrsi; Monroe* says l is':m xt.In favor to i IIJtbe; ethodistturcb'hete; o' xtt5bndlT' attendant' Inducements: truckingand i .+ 11 "' .x ,.
<' f ii. : the Homer Journal wit& lady"'readers; "; fruit'. Islnge.t; ?v'-\'f:, \ -t 1..
; .B' It& J.
; : \ ;. I morning" aaid. evening t he e .
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while Harper q Weekly| Forest and uiualhobrs. "" ':- ?-;.. ) 1t ..' r '-J-' 1. .'- 'J '> "4 ..: .'t;, Y; ,, .. '
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uioBOPz UBLUT. !**' Stream are tbe hoice' of the and -r. : < 'iL ;
xvw*** : ; men : ' .. .. ; .
i1Cic FOR
tQs .
> not W.Whiteapaeii ; J ?
rw Cocoanut::Grove'has m'auJ things'to they all reach for (\be MKT&OPQUB. The ,t th rough'ourtowoadtinga1bone'h .%W. i g ::LAND' . r..t'- ...',.1 SALE4C HEAt-'- i .'V' / ,J ,- 7" 7 r" ,$ .r' ... 'J Ttl"f" ''

proud of. vOnejwbich.it, ,Is quite )library1 can pbll J.e opedt! on ,.4turday 4'Acres of-floe; *muck rocerie&S MnSeedi" '
t duringthe'6mmeiy'| f ;, AtKfo. 'tche4 .to wagon 'load:of w household TOBEE'BU8dr : : .Grain'JHay e'j :
w ? 'proud of library.which stamps; ? : ro 30 P p i tffopds*tHe-has,secured ck.viand;for;;%ale.Suftabla1.forvegetables. : ,.ti -q J- .. ,. _. ' .' < ;.
>.tb. town as taking ..lead"hhDa4e" blesare'frbe.ptitilegMo/t afi present, jeser;; <| ted e reading:fdf'Q1 jtf-mber. iPliim i Point, and.tl -& ; Fine 'creek '. ;: j t0! /t" > ;/ '. t_<'+*. : ,' :r.-.jf''tt i : .' . .
started,an4Jts ,
librarj.was: ,
"count1. .
rbustle In the land rOverlooka-Bls .
garden; cro.) rups through : .. *
\interests are11ookedatter: ::by,Mr. l ogly,!but when.we!have our free Ati mt'rhtr.b'as be l'JOO&t1onl;' cayne}:..' No rwasteiMand.cPrice, : .AQENTFOR > 'irE TIUZEM.' ,JJJ J"' .,

"; { 1 ;"- Mrs.',KirkMunroe\who' have' Al-..Ir hope reading:toaee-itfiBH rppm"teays'M. 1 411*t .a Monroe time, ; ''! .iPaS8i i ('iibVPwfC; iber 11,600 for,80 days only; :Address ..l! ". >,'> _' .V***' t ;.. ..> >7Tl',7-! ./ r'r,'' / -- .*. **
., 'way .t&ken.a1ea4ancileot'.belfng: especially .' . POST OFFICE BOXlU.'S"' .t; .) >' W. emit tail nUoa'of the B4f BifcATMtdoarctnekorstapl& '*'Y '
. ''4 bsnd'toinytblug: in..the good pi the with the boy"i*and girls of Cocoa* we looked in and noticed a,. :UtsomJJ. : ll'FU: '.r, 'and-Ftaer Orocvrlos. rrait mood Prodnrt of all UIKI:'Uvoooritock..4 '1.J. .. rr;
J; '.t Grove*' Mrs..'Munroe; was one'of.thg.founders' nnt. OroVeA'* J/T v -* age of his floor space:covered with fide f. ' ." .. .f"'i"I" .. "o'o i" "e f f-' pf Gr Jni Bar.Br a.Cotton seed Meal amend rood and wheat .-z .\wf ,
_fi -"- of that most',deserjlng;of Visitorsare' ; ;; alwayft;>bost:cordikllywelcome.nH watermelons raised south of,,this point ''7k r w. ".t .: tw.-are'the oal.huli.oia ,'BlacarnedeillnIexelnsDellf'u.iaboT.', '
.. ".'. titutions.The Housekeepers'Club" are;' invited Ito ,cal f Some_of them were 1'certai: nit! :: all thaltb ANNOUIfOE. r 'h It...ollQOl1Jl. .We bay dose aDd 1ri11 Bell sloes w., invite BRAD 4'I ,
::, : 1e.Grove; Abel'she isa very,great" Abouti((12* books' on Eah' a ]!rlg -.ari. art could viish in that line IK "\ .:..,.q ,j'wFOR . ')e-iVu. and; roliclt'.I .)"',.".psironase,-.'1 _Y.rl..- ..*'n>1f: 'E.-L_ |.- .'. "CO;- .t,
'r/of the .women 'of,Cocpanut gLyen,.out':each,week.:larid,the-.table iJ I-* /*% *-J f4Roy Swanson A
one the,-etlicient ._ \
'K readers are within that number The "t .. 5or5:. ,
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)Ye,wbom she considers exceptional .'employes} ofW.Y,.CulbertsOQ'I.Btor ; triends'of' Henry".. Ant6onherebyannbuiieehlm'ae.a "J '1._: ";,. . .., '. .0 :. f. :', '. ._" ...:.' : t'
rt ae : '
ttifabersbipee Is' but'll.OO.Va'nd
ber and work bd'always in the Y MY
lit back(from,a two ,weeks'northern'trip'looking .!
4 \dTr, ctloD" if/ .* "\ :on(O?m >wjaid; ;1Ybi .4ale'bad ,T candidate
; officers of the library are":;Presl.irl worth of new books alrea during my ; refreshed and';jeinvigorited. .for the office of.Tar':Collector of;,Dade : : i : : ;
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.twtrmontba' besides, He says one house he-went I Countysnbject; tathe'action ;tbe NE" O'
'Munroevice.proildeot; membership' magazines : ;?!
( i :w& :'paved 7J. "seatuateati Democratic **'***# -- - : ,y 'i
sKden .and and paper8.A membership with priuiarjV .. .I, .-; ,70,, . .
r Js i 'secretary treasurer .
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-' :Tre tier.T A'fewweeks.'. since a ticket:ia good for a>es>.) t-tl'J. 1 1; In eac J"!.c:. ".-'Zt , _ ,12tfi3twtwft> : 'tol"J P .r Depot.- > > "T.4ienna ... .'
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was rticedorfastened a8eeJDg ,
..;:Jaok :paPer announced; that the 4 fThe"books afeTwelU t a cf. by the aSOgok I r -f' FOB r& AS5ESBOR W' S. .. H ,,'.... :. in'j t--.x.ao-i. 4.; < '"
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: CocoanufJfbve Home Guards bad been members and none have been-pst8ofar.. } : plp.ce.I.11a'tile he' felt a?, he more thaoSJ i ' ', The fnewjxMki added this last month : that was.walkingon,a 1I'.j or "'
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disbanded Jnoqex.thenJn Bread .
; ,and that the announce bimXa r'candidateiforthe : \ # '
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j' : 'the treasury',had been' given'to the have"Sbrewsbur been Old n,. Creole i 11, Cable' ; PI tr ixp4 . ;, ' office of Tax Assessor of Dad ionn trt . Ex 1" .' ', vX 1. '_ .. .,,_ ? .t.f.' : '1'-.Jf't.jI ,'!
r. : library e,'president,:Mr. Kirk Mun W man Lcross the \Unless:candidate*'' are 1|ready to put subject to the action of the Democratic <-, : : ',4 Home, ad 't 1 "> t'I: .
stated that Ever 'lades,.! ,Wdlo J b"b ''cue tbeirL bandrjn pockets f .r. ..'J' .. fr. ,
i roe, the library was but $U | and pay primary .,' : 1ff t, ;! -Graham / 4 '
d r- in debt and should the sum of Htheri of y)rs. Bucrart;!;'Bmn ;d' T rlc; ppll i taxes;'tbevIndications'...';:that|\ ".. '.z. . " ,. ., .", ,' .
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.'. belonging ,Ube Guards (having been "WtbyCrockett.andM eKirk there jwill be r-V'.nia1l.;!vote-,polled. t'FOR.'COUN'fY'.T Ar..A.SSESSOR.i ,BakddaiQly a Trtpre."t).pait of'town " "'
-. raised for them by DIr;Pine Cocoanut Munroe;.' ?.The'?jridB ofA agniCOmA. Upder the>presen4;>system a'ric man ; it UeBnaeCates; ,ft\i :$ ij16iDeI[ & fr ahccQiacuona- r j f W'
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t arovesspoetmaaterl.-begiven ;:to..the. A4 Castle; jTbe.Workert.'l' WyckoffanaiYictris has a great advantage.uyer a poof man ,
4 I and n l&"BoetoD1lJaked.BeIWM-"a d Brown Bread l3 Picnie '
1PaWet Dt didate for County'Tix; AsseaaoriXAd; every 'anday.i g _. 4.]|
.v '. library he-would make; up thebalance;! ;TbrougtBepose' Call r" bo is v Bunt of;the poll'taxjjrerequl- ; ; andMcnr -afurniflned6n __.I.-, .' -, 'I
: ';:f : thus .nanrlugaroof': for.,the library; > ; .,'.Coni verse,}Jf policed sever *ite t.__ " .X' :, ; i: .V' respectfully. th$support of_the y cj , icaiparU, . abort ., v : :,1-11' ".
i 'antil after|.the;New Year.::In:the.: volume*of 1rJpUng, 11 f Cooper's : tPine will in,a few aaysrhave, 'a supply ' ters; at the Democratic primaries to'be .A 'MRS.AD "t& 1)'. Pro rietorQ'B.membei :
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held througbout 't t. .t .
novels 8eptr27tb
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.ri t 4mesaumeamoetdesirsbleandconren.: et Bermuda onion seed'and,-fresh & " I delI it tnrklas tee of island .a.rnember .tls Strwit: irtweit'
.and hundreda9fold and 'tM#. OR>3zL., ..tb .12t&
i : anddesirable; ; building lot is said i lay or tea very ,'.of eggplant! ttpeppers*,80. 'i . of deoos 'r, 'r. rV :&IUV m x
'i.to"be "atttng\U"soou"as'then-arp Many near ones on:.the shelves* .There 'P9ulfd.Wmato. teed'Jab \" 7. t. ,::; .;'1. }. yagsr )j ''* > :?' .l
".. r.tt funds to .buildwith;: ,land knowing lure 600"volumes in th'eJibrtryV+ a*few 'O ordered About the\1st l o poundsmore ,9 tcrt OR.COUHTYtT11EAii ER Ei ::. ::; t:1: : v ; .: l'. ,

:JrF; I Cocoaniit 'QrpTefenterprise7lI5iIaoothink 'i drer-frhat-sndyioneu4t l tJ\e. :.Of W111 live!35' buahele ..oft :.I hereby;announce:myself as a candidate ; .*" :. .. ; : '
.. ; it'will,, b hloog-'bet9r the town. course Kirk Munroe's books! are there; He best varieties 1 for and If' ,
also Treasurer
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'will add to its':other-publiclulldlngs a and, to prone an old proverb!nntrue a t :Bose Om'1J .. the the : J4gtJ t ;
}4 :. :, ,irly and. Chili Bed; ; spectfully support of. voters p af.ml8Jl1:10iJl : : :
library Yz f ,VV::] times.tbatItttA';; } ?'prbphetbathsaytU >o t - : .y. t. .- rrT_:: -> \at the Democratic primaries to be heldbrougboutthe i "
N ; Step' into (library room any Saturday 11obor:1n' =his t':hair ''.letlme : .. .11- .

'4.: afternoonatter'.8o'ciock:; ; ?and is not-9P here. jMrrkirk Mtin i: '. iw *ther.fot August.." ; 1 e.J.- **.-." C4JK'county- B, Sept..:H J Dimlck 27th.";?' 2 tf2 Ra grriti ri'- rTcArom$33: -fifiS5|: ,)
,- librarian Toe .books.:arefcofl3t4ntly1on i the list ." : r
will find
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;delighted totntroduceyou to the booksiJThe .Kibe called for;and they are the: only ." Mtgbeatieemperatuslj"outhe6th! ; ,' ; A bele.Ttftd.List of)Bay5BiscayjnerropeTtyt-: *l ::-t ." { i
'; 1 ,.afternoon, .I ,happened :in-there ones so far that have bad to berreplaeedpnACCOun ] ittirl4th and.mb.'i: : ; ,-) ':'--p. ,:.v ;FOR COUNTY.nnotince TREASUBERiwI .fruit. 'Traci and Chea'pcX, s'for' .Inyestment.- l.J fj"? H .| '

', .,were.three bright young girls. getting01ftSr&ZlB6 .; . -p,f.wearlngout." .y\1 f-. _x;W ,_ ,L wet.temratgrefir!,orfSd., 'l'op ', hereby for Treasurer-and'res-. Dl> IU"T candidate ,a. Ffost-.Prbbf,?Bearing .Orange,.Groves o'J. ", il.
tb : : i'.I.; 't', County j : ,
.; ble\"cb'QQe,1O< i (,: j ;' ' 'Great.II range of tetoperat ore/ wctfully ask the of the voters r" 'A 4' L -*' *_ C fr Nn.t Phosphate.Lands:,
nt-iOn.readlIlQhat.thel' barely, 1 support -:.; j.x.
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.?MnE Bilph waXcn'cpCT laecreUry t the Democratic primaries bet heldthroughout
tierce glance : Munroe \ .
a as rentered.-V L Zeaatdall" .' < ,
.r ogeof temperature IP.f .Choice of 'EverY' Description !
.t \ of ; ,the Set 27th. . ; ;
,_ Mr. E.n JBK"Duke"of Dade"cas theflodstkeepers Cltit+ ia Mrs, '" county. ; <
c < .. lvPflKf Dltn, bad Just been .Pickford'a Ism::who '1' lefrhe for jMean74emperatiire4for ll1ean,.$1 ': .k thia1icinonth- '. ._ .. '.":. .<+!. ".I It J, \w-t'_ ..omstocL.. MOST pEt lt.fB.h "r. OCATION1GNUOT; :TOTE EAST:ANDs ii
tr;*h r yin}leavlng'.e,fryonej"u' Mrs..Munroe G role toro"bWe's gpea to ,. Prevailing and southeast; :'t,>#p) '. ': t4 'v" .
.11. io ,nMJeel ng.pleased. 'He' had''come loin;,her.:brother, 'and?abttr.. ''MrsIPickJford'iiraa.Terypopuiir ,3faiimutti"*ferocityiti|" wind" ,' E4 ''?OB; R BKPBESENTATI' E., .'r.; ,; VESGCOAb_ T. .' ; .. ,i : 4t t '

"J1'l with a gift rtbe library shelves from ,- 4 win) be miles-. .t. :: iJ, wi": I hereby/ih iounce myself aa i csn- :A; t , ;i'
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i.; .', .CapJ.D..Van.wbo.j1eYer.fofjtetsHhe( ..mlJ8.; b.Ya&I.\thQ..ba4.1 p turot --Total Inches rainfall,-tL62 ; > J'lt da1effo.r;: Repnsentat1'41;10 the Lec- 3.' r:" ; ,: ; .. .:. "F.F'.1. :. h .'
when bal book to knowing rocs AallwinvoaeslayLfi i fature from D tf 't''t' .5" r -- :
library: be a ads
disposer Greatest*ratni : ; i County-Fl4rbn ti17= "Uu m iam1, 2"1 tMAXAUSCHW1TZ
"" .. .r 'of,"or ok.;I'abould': : ,: "j 'I' ayoonger:!r'K"-Ralm' .Br aches,OD 2d ....7r. ._ T ; 7 :; ji ct to the action1;of 4heiDemocratlop r :'-; ; ", ;
q. ,; ':Harper's, Scribrier's,f the. CeuturJ&b4. 1 'Mrstldrk; & I Average' rainfall,lor 1 .August v for 11 ImadeAl''WK" Ii'Ka"C.1L1'1rY.- . l' ; ; : '. 1. :iL"
McClure'avwIirbe 'found' at:the informal"afternoin 14S' .tal 1' al'Si- J 1 b .. ,. 1 o' ; ,
magazine: desklwhile Harper'Weekly; for Mrs;Lewia'en;wfto' i g!1 ;1iumWr."of'Jcl dan'P"--u.'.. -, ,\ .< ;,., :FOWREPRESENTATit'EM1 : ; , ; '. t.t'fiPRlGTIC
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:the:. iMlUs >HomeiiJoural. Brooklyn north f-ort. fewy e ts Cs D!:.I 1:Number Partl Cloud yda74tfa'f0. ''I.respeeUuhJ.hereb7.Qnooncelm1

.c LIt..Soreei'.'andi Stream-. ;,the' Patb- Hade\ |Mrs:Busb; ZYul ''j':1f'r.. ,. -Number cloudy days,$. .',:. ...,- : ';.. self to the voters of iDadej,countyJ.BS l WATGHMA IER &JJEWHLBRi-
III.' Harper'a Bi tid'Ta)ie and the''I Carn ,:Zr'a.-Pt(' /;and SJrs. BoP! ThaI; (.'o/e'data is furnished us candidatecfor'nomination' for the <.

: J.p.i.4.4'oJ.r hive theirM t&4i were'at' long 4 Inv . to .I1d.I J'I V4ro igh the courtesy of-J.- W. Crouk, i4orst.It c zsl.bjeet-t& life primary jJ"l
.< r'h. ., _L_.eWpapu tabf' .. .J mite I I their/ftlentVtnd. a. ,..M. It' irk'I weather bureau obs rer tr-itety_ el tion.v Vff.J,-'flnnw*.IK:. en e'D. : 1 1 i. ,
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