Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: September 16, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00627
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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for. priets-oa Wire V.tUac MuT Poultry Sup ; : ' ; : ' :: ... ; ." .i' l. ti ... il ;:!t

r MIAMI M AT. I ollte cf.aU klads. a4dnu JC++f. Aaiadm.Orraoad.ru. .I I'D' Q" ..
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Tho .A. O.Thompson pPBeorfaV; III., son .. r \. , .,,"* :' i. .
{ f'AtIL. Thompson, the afiami i, has ..... : ... ..,; I' j '- :..

; SUEPRISEfrTORE Many Minor Miscellaneous Miami ( Mitten rrived in- the city.and will aaaist his .. ..:to... .'4'fr: 1.. : -.._ :.. ; ,' ,. -t'...
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Modestly Mentioned. _", Mr.father.Thompson in management; is >a' clean of cut the.young hotel I..P."llJt.Ih.B" ; 'L....> .i 'A':";.!} .....t, '" y;..J ,.....>.,..'..

.. -- .i man.who la bound to' find his place in L. I ::
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;.;".., It White Ton want BCT ALL For:the Um a4dma,buy j trio VW.Amaden. of I tb world;? x ; ..: :; : .,;.lg : ;>}
my Lefbor&s. prices ;
:' 'f':: -,, Headquarters for D1' /, Goods;, Onnond. Platt,( a-ltMuel. ,, ;;Frank Bryan returned this''""e k f!' "LV' .... ...,1. ,!-, ;..;#
t A boatload of red, jucy.watermelons.Every : from month's outing at his mother's : : : -i'-...

.f Notions Shoes and lothing..j. one guaranteed. ; at Greer'i . .,home in iffw Smyrna.' With his for- Ii : : : : -1'r( :
/ .,.. b48.8 ycIRe mertpartner, Mr; Goodrich, hewill Ciearanc t i .L 4''
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C. Fred.Blackburn will ext week'begin preparing their laud r }.
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at Lemon City next Sunday morning at:Little Snake Creek for tbe coming. ,'- & +}!t i- wyrr L : .
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: and evening. ,,,,, 1 : Mi'ext.fllandarab.the :( ; ,
T. N. Gautier leftr atnrday lait for ) ; Preadj'tedanpavIlfon 1t '.'\,lNi't:: """ 'J J.1;c it k.:'.. ftj.1j l?'" ; .. j t ii'a 98 Crescent City where Mrs. Gaudier is regular'' services!at*11 'a, m. ,'S Now going'l2' : ,.- : ;f j t ;
o1fday m and 1JSQ ;-Commemoration of..thexird'a -..
< i .ill, 0.of II.tbe Bradley measles.of West Pafnj Beach is .supper p. 'aC'thacloseof! the morn- 1.a" I"fe'J ontat.; .: (1..1"< ,(. to, ."\ ,,; ., ..... .1', I):. if.t.-:
Jog'nlce.8uDdarl< ho9l l--at 10.alO. -
engaged as agent for tbe railway during Al ,"sad Specially strangers; ,,are welcome ; ". .-' .. .,. -t-- 9 If' ): ...... ,: r a :ei. 'rc', ::
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J tbe absence! of George Binea.r . I totbeae'erlee: *' .-.....- 't.. ' , '. .. ;:t ,f,' .;i 'j.j.. .,; "
Attorney,, R., R. TaylorretnrnM to '.. -.r-;B.:Ve'reen 'of Bartow wiU* ",' ,;f s-I .4 .... .0 ''":" '
, be till\ greater work again Wednesday'morning,after next week 'a*..first-lass appointed open res+ ,...,. ,.... '1 ;J ---s.' :s '''.4': ",,1'''' f t k 4tf1.. , : ;4 ';4j:1_ ......
Wjll Bargain '
. : / a .. a two \Vetb1islt to his family at taurant in one 6f the Arcade, store ,
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C, --'.': '. Itlran Asheville, N. CU ('S.; rooms.. He slsq l conducts a soda fount- \ !
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... expected steamer ala-andcold drink stand, Mr. Vereen :
to sold at < Cocoa will run between Miami and was 'ftor";many- years, .a resident. of IEDEALJf:
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....._ _' -, ". '0 hotel' I in that city. t -')* ; "; afternoon tear was given } : f'i!
N: R; Gibson is spending a few days b T.Idr&.W.Wr.Maughlin'In'Jhonor' of } --v ; \
at Bit home in Peoria, II.)., where. ,be ''K[ rm/Captain-: Delano and ,her" two .. ; .f 'SSrtfcA' .
went this week ,to ,attend to ,spme batming daughters Tuesday after * - ,- .

tis ]BARGAIN.: : pressing business .matters. 51. L/: ,.. -/Mr.J.JBrinkerhoffi.MMF, ; 'Tjii I ; sale.ivill. ..1 ), : : .... r The first of the new cottages to be :A'ROOt.Mn.vG.: Milller and>:)1rs. A. Jjf 1 f f"to ;;

,. t -:; ,_-' >. '. ." .' built on 18th street was, started -00 .:'Roper.were'of the invited guests make 1 ',room. for- Mamrribth ,:Fall-Stock.-l ; A : f..+:.
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Monday of this week on the lot at the _f Frank,Dean if.Cocoanut GroVe: will) ', t y- .- v
:; \' -- .- 7wet of Mrs Sue Bradly Johnson'al.j> :.bar permanently: associated with the .. .. < : ; !'
f'i 1- .; As \\\ffi".buyer nQw' i in New I We'call l the attention ofourreaqera : work tip.' tbe agricultural experiment : :: :; 1 : :.! -.
to the advertisement of Prof.AlbertS.r i Jtatfo; --tlh": ; "',vIeat> laa, ,thoroughlyracticat : & BAR.G.Al N.S: KT ,

'C l' . j: York .buyii:iii|\\ff Fall,*' goods it Is'> ' ,lpao'tropical in every fruit-raisfng.way 1n ''subropicalnd No- : I Ik'[ ..",<:: " "'''.' :; ''';, ,> #t ." _. : of.: ;. .f"t .k::

YJJwS! % to make Vr0om or" s [ better man could bITe beeu'fouod.iBananas 2 l
IE& necessary -Petorum. respectability and.goodworkthe
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"".... main features.at the itp-td{ I ; cheap Qreer'JUl ; ; .
.; : ; "1. -: 4 them. So J ere rare' sonie, .vf.: .;. Date Barber Shop. C-ltMi--ycI fi: II'-,welTi>menareMowat: workpn ,the; ,> 1-'V'; "" "J"' '.."#. .p4' fa.:; :l't7':1tI': ,, -.:.::.' 'i' .. f 1..-..;
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.i ; li : : . .' TrrnityrEp1scopaichorcbarerJlun J' I LetnQn Oity..;. .Tbe Lembq City.people i2thStreei oppositigHo rei EiscainegMIAMC i 'FLA. ;'
'. it. ;' /" ; morning.tf 11 o'clck., Sundayschool t tat iave raised sufficient 'mortey-:'. to build I 5 ,:5,; 7 :r.' >r *- .. > : 4r"" "* AS'i... ,
!:-'jao! "I''' 10, o' bck: ;,All are cordially'invited the road'amll fnortb"&D4.;a>mile south ;: >iMy :v.w-y w J;1 ;' / ;t : --*--. {*i. yrf :J. 'J> "

tl' : : ) ; : : to these services * ,>.. \ .. r.JT: fthat place I3hey purpose to'':go the -- .... .. "
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fl ;iaring Dayton' Hayes, a' riiateaia.CompanylrFIrst Cincinnati Conservatory1' of,iMusic i .Land.PorReu :- ',"114. .;; !
i ) g'-g'r. : Florida .Yojunteerllnfantryiis ;'. ofMiamI. one better. .\ :"j .where .none burtbebeaiGrman'.teachera ; : ; r ac':" of flrsGclas"t t toiau'; d' 11':
: ; home on a 80 days.furlong (-.uisa: 'ill Innle Bennett,'a well-known are Lemployediaod'.will no ; '
; .BewJH ., heN and itpointa oorjg'lady*'of;.Miami,- and Mr. Fred : : Address P'Oi"Box:-24<
i< t : take his outing; ; *. doubt, retain 'ber .o ld_pupils and gain I i Fha ;, =
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: :: :: : op the coast,-i "\| ouglasof;; the F. E C.' Rr.- .ereon'tedUnD1arriage..bl.ReT. many ,new ones:;: She' will ,teach;the.. :
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Saturday, and Sunday -are Jewish } : .. O. :Fred piano,'mandolfn and guitar;' '" ."I. t ,F r.B .1 / -'BenL t , .+r,..::

.- i ; '<' That'. 'willnlabe. ,. "the. 'people ..f.t :. < known'holidays in,'the New Years of the 'Jew*,' at Blackburn;tbet' home last'of"TNt Sunday night: utier.f, Sept.'Tbe10ung'couple'.are"'keeplng 11, :.Tbe, bTJIopo :.1..g correspondent wifclt'l 6.rdouw.on'Av"enue-'Bt;: .* ...i >
e. -. Hebrew as"Rosh Hoshune. Cocoanutr : '; f'futnish edo, ''
.3 i S" bouse at Grove at;Ormnjfe : << unfur. "
,.'," \.. -:>:! : {ithis 1 section :=wear' 'a- 'fullgrownn : : "'..:'" All ',tbe stores, of. this sect" .. will 7James. bW Avenue A:Sear 11th street., on Ill and at Oju J.' We bow want. one at .' Episcopal cbarch.Ap-' 4'f :
; closed on these arl".j!< :> 'G. Hardethe' Lemon City;: Little RIVer, Biscayne 'I. : "_ 4t#' ':
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' ; Williams,..who' :for ,several 1 ; nurseryman"atCocoanutGrove ; 1lodelolIalland.Cutler Elliotts '
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} 4 ;, weeks has; been visiting frlendlHGeorgia. ; ," states'that'Jie/,has AikenandjPUpterand from'all other : To-B bs ribers.
'lf: : ,, returned on Mondaynigh: orange and grapefruit trees in his nurserywbiehhave '- mints 'south of !iNewRlver., .This.is ,i inent'at'the7-head of bar" } .'.

: : : and will resume his 'duties as'billinj : pnt'on'flve.distinc.tgrowths all the field we.expect to cover;; weekly I ,_It will*be swaihat
4, y 'Mii 1. 4 ,clerk at,the freight depot. thit'year.. : How would this with matters of. tcHat: interest.....Subscribers : < onnd in the of '
,._ The communication in another col ears some upcountrynurserymen 'are*to blamelf their' ection3 phi tt! of-the'ilETBOPoirs un4''* :{
who have bard work
9' :; "..II .1. nmn from 'uJ. F. M./* .-Cocoavl: three growths In an entire' ; ttf.get 'are not represented'; : .. :;, Y YTownlgy :.eircumstancw! ; 'BJr-pky-k: Ii
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.. worthy of iattention{ from our truck : ..Brptners 'wiHlinta! Ab : theprieewUI be |1.M. 1' .J'
j growers and the suggestion contain !0n 12th'sirect -the' np-tb-Date. Barber '- time commence.the".buildinjcpfstorstone ,- or 75 centg'Yoif six: months :""'
\ should be ''acted Upon,at an early day Shop:;;$ :,,,, 8 I9 1t.ycl store building on,.'d.a f egr& t"jnad:
3,ono'.ycls: .Sovereign Plaids anti Checked,Gin hams at: I z.c yd Tbe lAke'Worth: ,Ice ,Company will Captain;Chase is. pnrc.basihgaawpalmettotberries nee of 12th street;tad Avenue' O. op ep.rj, rwiHrbe $* ftlwiaoie: .; '.: '

ioo.Bed reads.at. 690 efCh'fullsize */ \ '' soon* commence the building of a ator-\ : for.'whicB be ft parIng site the post ome ....Tbebuildingwill ,.;; Tb! erefore'p.1ya Ia.2dance., t.;, 9 w"
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; >> .' ., .' $1 a bushel He, .hu7.* system of : in" to tf +eupoldaccooatawe! ; .
< : age house for ice at the side,of the_railroad ; be ,60x100) feet size: ,; The"entire: 1if.:!:
> ;conydsScotch Lawns at J9 .r9 _( r.,29c.: ," ,,, ;: ',: .-:;.,.. track upotitbeoppositeBideQf the extractingthe'strength: jqftbe berry, lower' floor:will vbe*occupied -by Xsub8 ribfrs.,iii .arfesre ,to' ,',.
}:" 18 4 Unbleached Cotton, :$ ' .: railroad from StarbirdV placing mill. .and preparing it ass core.10r.kid.nef Ideal store, of,which. E.ifi. Douglass' I fo aooouncto'dat-eat'ltltrateof, :r.
yds : Jo j 6,5.\ .
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.. t-: :: : trouble r Here Ia'hancefor: ; the manager, with.a very. uteMle.stockof' 'f'ar'' paid'withiri; ,. Hitjr'days !1"'Iit
Yet : ,' Big'lot-4utn i (.Flan nel='light l and. :dai-lat J ,.loc yp r.y: 'd. .
,,, Large Towels: for 250.- .,; % >;>-:, '.":'>: : :"-:>'L : k' .;.,.} -, 2"On ,September 18'!'green* were penny during the.rest* of' the! vacation. thought to have tb building ready': 'l i\SaIi:' i

ib85d 'fine Colored Organdies 'at:6c.per;: yd..N7: i\ :,;: : taken from the patch-20 days from :K-P: ; DeBogory:bas charge'of'themachinerywith occnDatipnbyJaflnary.lst.yct : Brown I.-abo.'; 'efcfea; ,- J '
,,- : : ._ ; ; <\ planting.. How's at.: ,for a ,quick' ; which'be;expects .to .The. )MkntOFotis,, a littlV at.6n tsl i ox 84 'Cocoanpt Grove-1:F
., '! : Goo.d quality .,Red, Dampskab; ;.z } ery d. ; ,," ; ,./.r'' '_' '" growth? ' \ \i ,saw out tbe-roek' ''Presbyterian; ide.Jn it' registration notices i'j i _ i I1: ,
: 'Gln" ham >' I2 c' ': r Imported ginger ale, juice ehnrcb*=:>>.HIs-principal/of'doing'tbe: week,; Tbe notices.instead'of;rf3djnbAt .Pineapple'Blips &.Sw 'Tr. -, :.
'grape
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explain 'Regiatratioa.fromtwotyearaago.doo "'
,' :,. \',_, IS;,pieces |t Liheri.jCrash, for 'Skirts; at 'izj-}{c j perF; Q e fi"
.j ki-: ,< Pure ,liinen/Towels,full .size,. 2'for 25c.: T' ':-, ,.:) "': ;'"%1.:'; ' W. II: 1Vgatherly' has a.''force" .,of mEn work.tbe bluff' >He Just'has'across his machinery* the'bridge set on.up tbe on that don't registration count for reJl.trationror ronntw.q' :years.' . -,.Rrco p ,'SwooU'e, ::. 4-

.r Big--lot'Silkolim:at. I2I c ttr d. '' : ;,3>'fl.) : .. :'. blasting rock on the corner of :tUb wuth. aide I of the. river -f.: **9$?:*:: at tbe city election.. ;:?;Allothos ? .'Span ADDOCK'&T isb.iM ppljp:;toM "'--! :r."..
b ; street and the Boulerard which will ;
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" '" .. + 1 1, : ,Sheets size '' ; ; '.'&-_ *.'..,"M'' in t Joshua(Ti()rrr of Key West Js reported wish .to vote at"the cityjelectiobf '.PalmB ach PiM'J !
:, 9JC Pairf't' 'used constructing the concrete '
1. .... ",-" ,n> ;;' 9"4 Pei ',yper ,. ,.; .-' : ,is being In,New Yor k' endeavoring\tonegotiate did"notregister ongyear: .-.ag ; '. : 9.f"::
": : 'Pillow eases -' : : ( ?: :: foundation for the Presbyterian' gl.ter"now.' WeTfnadvertanery. t West Paln. :.Bead,5.Vla.J". .
: : :" ac parvjjjjjjik :"... : church.1' v this bonds of Monroe county .. ...:::.. ," 'J '}lIP"' -
.iGbod'tadeBluc, . : to..the' amount'of'$500,000; wbteb',were oft a'part of the information, we"ilb ., 1' l "
;Pan1RS tk"\f- 4Sq'peryd.. : t. ;
.,,..' ; : ,. .t- Noble rad ett'of the hospital ..corpsnf permitted: by:' the-':Legsslatnre for the to convey.' *, 1\ a l"l ..-. a- : .ATemptini01f: % .
: c. v Nf: wl: ;34<6 Men's>Negligee; :;Shirts to. close l a :r <(each* .the First'Florida regiment J8..home purpose of building a' ,road ovet1:'the WW.,Hahn, tW builder,*!hasoni.structed ; @a"fine place,-suitable foefarm- :; y

Ife; *'' J / <-% .Meri'IPaats"atrt f.igi and'i i; /fper/ air1v-; on Florida a 30 Is,days' in furlough.' ,, .. ..TheFirst:; Florida Keys, :whlcb means:the'constrnction a cistern at his bomen. r11t'h'JFo'J& jr,fruit trees tat south *Dd'.i" ..,
now at Huntsfille, > ,
: camp of railroad' from'Key'Westto7'the'mainladd street which to usiappeara .tof_ >e ,Bay; butb':pfne aiid '.pral_ 'r.
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W\' r'' % :,. '*, .Jen's Shpej5.at\: 8cper J>aih; 'i, ;4i; ; ". >>rk: Ala.' but'will, go. to Havana. some time : to."me-et. the:F. .E. acme of success. ltl Is dug out::'of, j," some: improved.:. House \# k--.

"Je' \ 4'1 ;,Ladies'HVra'ooers; at4liadiesVtnderyests6fpr: cand"$1.I'5" ,each/1. l : .'- : --i. 'next month '_ .., .. r-t, >li" -i *-" : r iltf *.i; it *- solid rock,'being,very much l> rger'' Good:3wateriud:; M metooI. ;, r 3 :l lfSchool.
r x c ,: 1 ..", E,,F. Miller. and&\ Hi,'E.Phinney: of 4 Just received f boo fresh i watermelonsf tbe bottom than. at the top.. 'Its ( right parly"havegrati j(\ .one:' .3 1[;
t ,,.\..|/ 2tfcu 1. etter..g. -radefor. f 2 5. :.:" K. Lake* AVeir, two old truckers,and groVe r pm.6.to,15c. tPree 'a.. ,,6lltjrcl are cemented Throagh'tbe centra ,\ ;Will' .eell sam Mon most t
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."II>' r"'Ladies',"Shirt'Valsts .at'actual'. cost.-. '": V-<.-r,;.'f"JI.,{;' :,.,'tf'.." ,, men and',left arrived! Wednesday in the,city.morning,Tuesday night the 1C..P..J'ack.sori! . l and Mrs:!JackeoriofJacksonville. a-solid*"water brick from wall tbe reaching roof,,is to." thetop.Tbe '@ .bJt: ;terms...",'' Forparticularsad'ROBT.. Oi SWINPAL.r .; -:- ; a .

,;:... '" Ladles. ...Linen! :,Skirts. at 790 each. ', ,'::}: .:.: ,, ':. : '" x l.1ttle_River/section wheretbeypropoee : : : arrived attbeMiamlonWednesday before it enters'the cistern'on; -'. .-Iw't r HgtiSpHngyFlai.! : X &,' -

+ t' .. .., S' -=',',.:' .. :-:1: : ':.Ge ts"Undershtrts' at:2S'.'eaclir :,., ',: ii.' '" .to locate.//,,/*," i '
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v. : :feeL the wall thepumprntersThns x
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man
t: ** -. '1.And: so"on througli.thefwholestock. :.'-: ... ; "" ',;.., \: :', ;, sqme location In Southern FJorlda.HebU'DOt .' { e
rtor Abbaka
A' 1' ' ", ; q,,' ;;.;;"'<<' ., it" r than a good easy, Imo ttrbue.iTPJ .be irto| MUmi since'..April18M the water:used from the cistern ia''- : 4.'a'tbl.f .and.; ; ;,
? \ \4Jf \ > * / .Everythting' .It. :: r' ', ... ; -.iw.J > :Tbeiel belagbu11tneaetheRoya: } ; .ot1.&ln :WORTH: 'av11 .,O;; '
-> Work'ot'c rockYnppn the
'i k drawing fine lot Miami willil"ead.Jacksontmei i
t' ' ) | : years 1
,. ; : ) :Teducedvprice S. ; || road: to* the..eemetefJ"'bu.beeo: corn !population;, .He is very.ssngulneofM l Poincianavat, Palm..Beaeb) tbreer !: : x,.1 i,_ PestPalmE. GElFla;, *
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7i-\- > : > ; ; : ; n J / f merited ;tbis'week.The connecting : &IQ""' future.,, i'<; -: / :...-a :; k I handsome14-room ;, !:'
'">. ' J' ,1I ; ., link of" road between tbe city<;llne>and =to:!the-lllness of" <
,the 2d 'street::pavement will 'probably. I, :and Mrs.Frank.Blackbarn Dr'8mltbt, the hotel ;; JoJeffersonTwill"spend'hisf meri i interestedijn'a'n/ght: :
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REMEIBER : loon- PQt dOWD: ; ; {....? '1TbeV of|Chicago,"who 'arrived::in -the' city winters, ; requested to call.on:roe. at &
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z : 't rtesian'weli l has'.'reached l :a last Friday night'witb"Ypurpose: of Palm : eacbJn.tbefuturu He .ison : : 6Jboa< e;-. Prl1'&te'1srbd i( ('fur fUto y

\;i : r depth'of( 393,;eetr;been settling:' In-;,.this: l l0cali 9returnedCto.Chicago of fortune few actors made who from have tbe"rttired4wJtb atage-much' f ::"EnglishbraochesVvafith-, rl
< : 'stopped.fora ay..or: ; two-uptif fou :on .Tuesday;morning's;train. ; : 1 IanEvagerrbusinesii, and< music 1.t,
will : inch':casing:arrives; as* it was'found! They:,expect ;to make..the',trip'again! It 'froDr' !Blp"'V.nWJnkle.-! ; :ALBKu8... BUBGE8A.., '.,.t:
:3 '. _.- !J.ht;. us r be, 'a redhoti : bargain, da y i necessa ry;'to case qff,from'six:.'to';four later. :4 n':the' season; }meanwhile, the the wellknownluibousem the,third which,;is constructing '"- ', 6I7.2t.l i. s* -to, -
.... building s
> i Cblt,the depth reached.p! : :\ : P MMTKOFOua, wlll ,keep'- them- posted
;* : .for, Mimi.None:: has .eier' a ualed''it'. : : I' < ? to be a,16-room, thoroughly (> 1 ; ThelBesVHeEvcrSa i fr : q, :' . Mrs: '( iinthers' and,children;who regarding the:Bay.country. ; ibe < :; club house in every known tot = ""
'O! L ., .' r > .j.)1" ."- ha.ve' .In' and c kBet. s: Kert: A'.;Is 1ri the sense . < kttet':to.on () ):u t "
,1 > :; ; :\ Store;;Pfteu ;until Iftpi{ :: ; m, \ ; : North been Florida visiting Georgia.return; cItJ'In--the.'interHt.' : 'of;=:the ? term.;; ,. '- ; 4.'; '".... '.by" "Fteiti Uand; the *pfiot '
areexpected"to: Episcopal
-H- "' \ V ; H (ffirre) Bines agent for the'P:Ei'.vRr of tbi "'t own:from camp :s:r j
| > to. Miami tonightShe: reports: mission ;cr-urch.' ":Mr.t Kerr baa. been ; \ ,
) : '+ : \ C : : : : : : baby as "getting so:.fat:"it;can" hardly chaplain ,to.',the';:'Canal' company and. ,-at this place, left, Monday .9fn'j : Tdbre",.at'JacboDdne'::.' c
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for Jx welf Ma. bis
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> h.orae',
.. walk' :since their'return' to :Florida rector of.the 'railroad ehurcon ; ; w :'i'(1AMPUUa6LHg: : \ l
' ;., .... '-." ::: : 'S. t., soih L <- ;;' ,; f \- i eIsthmusandbaahad'mucbexperi be,!will recuperate. for lhelnexttfifweeks : : + SO VILU; 'u; pt..9.'J .. _<_'
rW. : Mr Bines '
\ : bone of the barAi : JI fa.m I. -- '
The'Surp'ise J. e ce! in missionary/work? ;He wipreich ; Pia.i
., XdamCorellisinJ.ackJonviilewhere i :
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meAfiT-r.
\ f : \ : ; be wasicalled', bya;' dispatch offering at St.:Agnes, Episcopal:church, daysi-travel.working 'men,*_"to"During-.be' lo the od'o:past"( VeTera' ) ; 'one-half'-:: ::Plrase'pend::"'doxea'photugraphtj!:; ?'.-...rc ;
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: : .him the,position tln, the third.dittiion I on Hondaryat; ;illam.'and7pni. A. r
J'X l V *"" months in which,the writerhas', .:) Ii' flnd:$1fb0M,,, f..
,: -' -' Q5rv -.- or the seventh corps (Gtp.Me'S ,divi Sunday: school I.will- ,also.be organized_at 1 thrown'.inconnection 1fitb;,him' .: 'am.1teU plt"n t'd."ILb r. ..
::: : : 'i : :/,,"1; c*i.;;v., ,JJTES: ; "-. 'slon), of.cblef 'uterlnarT.nrgeontIo IlP.. !:: 4 or less we have wondered when he lt'P : They arej thebes';! ever --

; .";;'- 1<0" :,. ..gi-f 'Afrv-t---1. .*.:*- . *. , .-1; . ," ,f : ,theoccupiUouof, 'Hanna".p' >,xhit .Dati For first-class work, /try.-the-Up Ul lo-,-1 or even ate'bi is mealsl it seams ,ttJ i>!ball! send:for some morei: ,' ..
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' i-t- -i---v - --fe ;> ::4'.j v v ; Tbei'l ..iFrethatock-oftandtes,: : ;; /and confecPi tj( H;March will return ito Miniaboat'Octobe i after 3 having; wortaTdM prery '-: .. : '. A'LC-UnL. .. ..: .4 ,
w 4Nfixfd( u\)C:f tPos. (1ll'iee.. S, 'n/1i: to. : .r,1 t. r from 5the k':ftctorlOo nidiip.atO'TeerX > ;: ,ts$;g' She 'wJll1 come around'himandi: I"a.. ''! ; f'rf.: :; .,.tte1't.Li.Vol.' ...., V
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:3 .M,FUTHiKLT.C..U.lUlami .TXATBKSLY. week: "Hare you got any information Col.Davis has made an excellent record respondence in relation to tbe matter. To Our Beaderi. 5. "

about your town? If. so would be HER LIFEWORK? \ CL 'sED? f during his present term in congress I We are furnishing' our readers and The METROPOLIS desires a correspondent --

; pleased to bear. frpm you. Most new and well deserves re-election which' ,of friends with the World at exact cost, in every town and hamlet of '1

MI3frOpOk.t towns have chambers of commerce,etc. course,la certain. EyetJbod should regardless of whether they owe us on Dade county. A:copy of the pPT will ,;

Tours truly, Gorton Baling Rockton, Miami's Host Prominent Citizen Goes turn out and give '.'C lonel Bob"aa account or not, or whether they tike be regularly sent to such correspond-'; W,. .
he is called by bis host of friends, a the METROPOLIS Therefore cannot
Montgomery County, New York. we cuts, together with
postage and stationery .
.U.LDICD IT the ,
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The eyes of a great! many men north, warm welcome. To be sure he has a pay postage or answer correspondence We dn not want anj'setion -

The! Bay Bisayne Mtishhg Co&puy, east and west are on Miami. No effort -, i iJalla \ walk-over ahead in this campaign, bnt in regard to the matter. The'regular '' of the county to be overlooked or ne '.

should be spared to organize a business D. Ttttt'.e Bleeps ,fve aieepl Which it will be. none the less pleasing for priceof the Tri-Weekly World I U $ 'I' glected. When desired by correspondents ,
3 IL1LaL1 DADE COUNTY,''LolIDL Awabaalf. \ be welcomed 'a large audience -
men's association and have some concerted him to bl per year. tf copies of the MrntoroLra ,
The most utbeerpubH.hedo" plan of ction laid down to work \ and feel 1 that if it was close fight r . I will be sample sent addre of frjvnrX! :

i the mainland of th.United States at the upon to induce men disposed to settle The announcement of the death\ of be could rely on at least BOG solid votes 1 CALL FOB PRIMARY ELECTION which they may t furl.h frecoteburge.
.most tonthern rail -terminal. Miami. Col. Davis is a eloquent -
4J way in Florida to come to Miami. S at very Let section of Dade he '
every
._ Mrs.Julia D. Tuttle upon our Streets and interesting speaker, and To Be Held Tu.May.October 4, 155*. county
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; Entered la the Postoffic at Miami,Florida p -t.5. I represented in these Theyall .
.t, a*second-class matter. Wednesday evening about 8 6'clock those who attend will no doubt be edified Notice'Is hereby given tbat at a regularly have Interests eJumnl '
BODE'ETEJOOTY.
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NEARLY | called neetlng of the Dade County Democratic 14 be. .
4 was a shock to everyone. Very few and pleased.WALTJCB BxecnUve Committee held at West Palm known. Write the newt. tf

,,- 'On. 're.r..Subscription..,,. ... '... ".Rates., ,..........12.00, WUB0 Rss4rtckiosr1iZioapss Deatii 'realized that Mrs. Tuttle was seriously Member of Co"petI.loDal 3. GRAHAM Commlttee wss Beach Ordered September and the ft, following 1893. a primary rules and election regulations The METROPOLIS is up to date Iathe]\ "' '

Tz 81x TaonUis.4.,........,. ........ ... 1.00 fa the Bicycle taee Saturday, '' ill. Very few thought that ahe was for south Dade. to reference to. and for conducting, ,execution of job printing.
Those to will receive said suction were adopted: |I'
paying adran ; subscription fri '1.fIO and six months' subscription During the bicycle race last Saturday 'I' dangerously ill. I A primary election will be held la each pre. --I,
4'_ tot 7i cents.,..This Is a liberal dls- For several Weeks she had been con They Are Moving Right duct In Dade County, on
'- count to Induce strictly advance payments. : which was taking lace on 18th and Tuesday the 4th day of October 1893.
I fined to her rooln., and bed at times, COCOA, FLA., Sept. 14, 1898. MIAMI CYCLE GO
IStb atand'Ate lues B and D an for the purpose of selecting candidate for
%. Advertising Rates. but again bad been able to attend to To the Editor of the KlTaol'Oul.Tht' member of the Legislature and for lbS various 1 -
c Siirauc oirjc OWl THRU sue oneCOLMN. accident happened which nearly cost discussion at the meeting in county offices to be voted for at the election In
.. .' business which was always pressing November under the following rales and CU AS. THOMPSON, :! ,.
[ MO. MOS. 0S. VKAB.I Wilbur HendricksoE one of the con- Miami on the 3d inst. of the Agricultural regulations ,
inch,, ,.,$1 00 ssoo I 4oo f oo fioooS her I :
-. \ > inches. 1 M SIlO ft 00 lOW, 1300 testanta his life, Mr. Hendrickson upon and Horticultural Society of First The primary electron shall be held : "
Inches... tOO 400 "SCO 1500 I t OO wheel to nearly \Wednesday morning was ''thought Dade in regard to the coming crop of from S a, m.ntttll? p.m.in all products except
-- i-I. Inches... .8 00 500 1000 1800 8000 was riding a geered she bad so far recovered from th seri tomatoes and othergarden truck is precincts 1,4 and a,and in these preoiucU 1.4 \
S Itn(3e0t400 *> M 00 1100 SSOOInches. 100. While coming down 12th street i shows the and 6,the election shall be held from 8 .m. ,
and that are "
. of timely growers
460 800 14011 MOO 4300 ous attack cerebro-l enlngeall inflammation until 6 p. m.
-j-S 7 inches." S 00 tOO lOOPS 1700 4800 from the east with the wind at his fully alive to their best interests. The Second-Tbe officers of this election sball consist .
Inches... 5M. 1000 IS 00 8000* MOO back iie gained a terr tic speed, in fact or inflammation of the brain, more the truckers think about the matter of tbree Inspectors and one Clerk for each
finches... 00 1100 SO 00 3300 MOO that she could be removed in a private and, discuss it collectively Toting dlatrlct. Should either or s'.l persons so
; individually
4; w in OHolL 700 1200 a 00 aft oo csooU he found it impossible to turn south on appointed fall to appear at tbrpolls to perform .
.5 ; inches... 800 UW 2400 00 7900 car to Asbeville N.C.,in a few day.,and the better prepared they will be hi* duties for fifteen minntesaiiertbe'appointed -
(-ci inches... aeo woo 250114200 7800tfn Avenue D and plunged into the grocery to form some definite plan of action for time to open the polls the precinct cmnmitteeman.or -
} ' Inches... 900 1800 is .0000 lUG arrangements with that end in'\view his absence the electors present
store of E. L. ft Co. Seeing marketing the immense of truck (
-Q f._'jt,, 14 Inches... ffiO 1700 8000 4800 MOO S\rady\ made. Soon after a crop shall flu 'a'I1 Yacettele
I ..,.l&lnehe .v.1000 1800 81 00 5100 9S 00 his danger if h< struck the brick were being o'clock tbat will undoubtedly shipped dur- Third-That all white persons who will \
"; t IS Inches....10 60 It 00 It 00 MOO 1000i7 wails of the build! Hendricksongrasped Wednesday evening a serious turn in ing February, March and April next pledge themselves to suppoit the nominees at
S .' -* inches...1100 20 oo as oo 5700 iw oo sai-l primaries and who bate jjutllfied them Wh'ers\\
---e" 18 Aches,, 11 W M 00 M 00 SO 00 113 00 one of the iron supports of the her illness occurred and her tem] era- from Dade county.In selres to vote according fnlaw, shall be All Kinds' of

SS. .'. inches.-. 13 00. 2200 4000 430ft 118 00 awning which is of 1} inch tubing. ture which had been favorable,soon order to geC the full benefit of allowed vote at said primaries.f .
_; 7is.tu1)1200 2800 4t W 8800 12100 labor and in the urth After be vote1 the L E.
their care preparationof canYaMlnr
I This the force of, the collision carried
*., ;.', *.Local readinc notices 7 cents per line..No reached 107 degrees wben.deat" ensued Inspector shall give the ballot boT,dulr scaled For Sale or Rent. \ :
the land the and
S deviation from theM rates. from its fastenings and Hendrickson '' growing, crop putting
soon after 7 to the Executive Committeemai At his pre --s '
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un ' .it for market in tone best style 1 ,
fell to the walk in an unconscious con The announcement oi Mrs. Tattle's up duct who shall bring the sama to the meeting "
: : ; "llill FLORIDA SEPTEIBEB 1$ tilL dition. H. was picked and carriedto Of possible, a. well defined, systematic of tie Democratic Cz>entire Committee.'which '
., np death,.was bard to comprehend.! method of ,distribution ia an absolute shall be called by the ctialraua, not ; 1 -- = ," .
,Dr;'acbon'a'offto where be was wonderful will power,energy,business taur than thre-days after said primaries. .< \ ,_
:; attended by Drs.Jackion, Skaggs, and and magnificent physique she necessity. Fifth-Each Clerk ahsll make cop of the .",r I"
: LOSS OF.ID'S EHD PROPERTY IN Huddleston. ';*_ I capacity Where the quantIty of truck I is so returns and send them t I the Chairman ot tbe 1 ( -
seemed the last .us to ''i' .
person
S among
Democratic zecotive.Commit&e.immediatelyaft
limited that it be marketed to ad- .
; THE WAR. It was found that tw 9 ribs on Hen- time. can ,' '
succumb to disease in ao short a >i the election. C } I' .-
: 0; Up' to,date the statistics show that drickson's left side were fractured,and Last week she sent word to the vantage by the individual growers Sixth-'Tbe assessment on e.ndt.'a.e. for the ,,1 .c_. .:
he received besides several serious themselves, competition among the dlffeient a sball be as follows: Tar col t "
: f-: :.{ bur losses 'in the late war with Spain [ MrrKoroLia not to make mention bat commission houses in tbe Northern lector. S3S.OO; Assessor, $9,00; Tie uuftr, ;t: .' _
c; as'follows bruises. she was sick, as her :Illness did not $:.00; Reprrsentatlve,< UWj Member of tbe ', '
are about : The accident will probably put a amount to anything and she would markets to handle it is a positive ad school Board.$3.00; Justice of the Peace| .,; e' _. n ; Lj ,
.---Kilted army 200 vantage to the shipper and the few Constable.' :. "
: }, (;"3:Killed tfat naty::.:::: :::::::::::::::. M stop to ble1cle'ncln on the streets soon be well. bouses receiving tbe truck get high Seventh-Noean short
Marines ... .. , :: 7 named,which; with the, turns 'Mrs. Tuttle will be much missed'in un the ballot .. :: .. Wounded in the army .... "" '.... 1,400 necessary'has; always been looked Miami. She it was who first re;*illy prices aa they practically have a his'name certified to by theCbairmsnof rgr \,, '
S ' .Waunded In the navy 10 monopoly of it; but when the movement Executive Committee and Who has not psld to .
S. \ "Wounded among the WiU :::.:::::: *18.Pled upon as dangerous-sport., conceived tb?possibility of a city b re. of truck is and tbeTreainrrror Cuairman the a-s.s me&t of ,, : ,< -
large shipments ,
S ; "; bospltaTof disease....,. .. ... 1,109 ,Mr. HendrickMtn's' ,wheel came out With her usual foresight and enterprise the office for which be II a candidate on or wP '
' of the contact uninjured. keep pouring daily, reputable com before September 14,-1893- 0
Mr. and
she sought Flagler
: F. ttiese wftb the losses of tbe
; , Compare Palm mission bouses in some markets are Blchth-4f after paying the expenses of eon- ; i' ,.
t : S induced him to visit Miami from ducting the election and campaign money >, _, ,
T: :"Spaniards and see the difference t often at their wit's end for days at a any ;

S. t KTlled in the navy: THE HEW YOBK BAKERY ., Beach. By broadnindednesa the'exercise of her she generosity made time to; know how to dispose of it, remains and refunded the treasury In proportion the sane sball to the be assessment prorated General :RepairWork ; .t

-. Ai Manilla.. . . . ... ,..". an4 .
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f ' r while other market* are left comparatively made for the Vai ions candidates. 't :f
: >L$8snt1ago .. .:..::. .., .:...,.:..... him a donation of more than one-half Ninth-The followlnc pUees or buildings In , .
.: ..:Killed In the army: Eas Bee*!Purchased. by Kaotrs. Oscar Tuefcer of :the territory on the north side of bare. the various precincts are hereby designated for SatIsfactorI1yDon5'lTIy.g.s.ni'.-_ : '
.... .,. .. distribution of ; .
the
;At Hani 80 sod Charles luQer.. To equalize a '
S holding said primary elections,namely: }
\, .t SautIig ...: :: ::.::::::.::::..:::*4,000 the Miami river where this city now perishable crop of fruit or Vegetables Precinct No. t,Q.K. Wood's paciln-house :\''
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and of .... meCt for to this point the .
't' r.Dt5d botplUl disease T' .WHO The .abeve-n bare stands extending requires constant study of market Precinct No.2, Palm Beach Ya-sbt Club house;

,'s -, .The "n amber wounded in the army purchased of Mrs. Ada Mayer,what railroad building the Royal Palm and conditions and weather all over'the Precinct No.9,W. Filer's store building; Precinct >,.
< laying out the city .and making the No.4, W.J. Shone's n we building Pre
"and nauhal' never been learned and is and the to forward the PrecinctNo. C. :
('t {known as the New ork Bakery which he has made. country power cinetNt.S.Schooth-.nse.West Jupiter; CONE >
.: will improvements L fruit or truck as wanted to each mar- 6. P.Stranhan's store or par ul-m; Precinct .
be. Those who
,, r probably ne er located.on.the west aide the railroad Mrs. Tuttle baa acquired a vaat No.7.City Council room.
S ; :.;ha1' *dlf.ct In the hospitals and of diseJkae"vrill on' 12th street. The property is an amount',of real estate inhibit'section, ket,withhold. shipments when neceeeary. Tenth-A separate ballot box and blank bat Blacksmith
lots will be provided lot In each election district and
-.: ; t never be known or neither excellent one and has ma1e money ever in fact more'than her means to handle While some markets can dispose of a for the election;of one member of the v* ,

willeven| aij, approximation, of: the since it was started.Hr.xMiller.will I would seem 1 to warrant. Her Fort much larger amount of' truck than County Executive Committee. "
Dallas home was the pride of her life, The Inspectors and Clerks appointed to con
S.\V. ,',,-:ninnber Skilled at Santiago be known bayeitbe manage- second In her heart to her cbUdre others, and Individual shippers know- duet the primaries in the various districts' are Wheelwright.IfpirSi1p..*
only
,ifSoldler who participated in the battle meat of..1be,Dutiaeu. The new firm ing-'this select them and ship to these as follows:
Of this she ms.kingtbe beauty t Precinct 1 W. 0.PsrksOeorgeMcPherpoaE. .
was No. Bt..Ldete-ID.oeetora
wilt,take ;about the first of markets only right through tbe season,
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'tt-Santiagohave told the writer tbat ;" of. South:,Florida. About the last important. B.l'rarler Clerk,
: al least ',dead intone trench i October. -' V, .* -k business transaction"which excessive shipments alone or combined H.K Stypman. Carriage ':Buggy u d Wipa h;
Mmorous the firm Precinct No 2,Lake Worth Inspectors. Bobo !
'oi r at 8&n;' tbe surrender of ;.The wishef new with weather conditions. will often e
j : Mrs:,{Turtle made "was the signing of Dean, S. R. Bappersette, L. 0. BUlnonse;
members both enter
success The are these markets to
8antIag ; lost, 2OOOOO.b3rd1. cause, even collapse; Clerk,L.Bnrkhart.
,lease of the Hotel Miami 6n
S prising young men and,deserve to sue- the September if the distribution is under Ail work promptly and substantially
'ii' ease in year.That average 2d : whereas 'l\S. Lemon City-Inspectors, Paul neatly), '

.: : : : 'IJa1.more -tban'20,000 in ceed; :<- ,; """5,1,1\ MeL'Tattle's; father,Mr. E. T S Sturtevant control excessive shipments to anyporticuIar. K Moffett. Merritt,. J.Watson. ; clerk,' fi. done, and satisfaction-", given' "'-'

,& ;jne font ..the war., '.? j S came to Miami in 1871 an market can be:avoided and' Precinct No.4, Cocoanut O rove-InspectorW. -:. W7b.fs-m. : 3. .
f. :'t :DZUOCILTUXZXflfU. complete gluts done with.It. .' D. J. B. a1e'I. T. Peacock -
:The: a fair,assumption of S ; homesteaded what la known as thiSturtcvant away Albnry. ; .
) the loss and the ,- ; is admitted that handling ,a Clerk;R.Carney. -
destroyed 'tO
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place at Bb, .. Hereh< Precinct No. ft JIJ1)IUr-In.peeton.R. U.H. .
,; 'value of territory captured during the r crop' ,successfully after it has been Hill Josh 8mi 8. B. MltcneU Clerk H.
S k.b.Ett k on To-morrow lived {several 'years and was visitec ; ,.
; w1.r: v S . ,:,--Zfl5a.i several times by, ;Mrs.Tuttle. He wai grown is :the most difficult part 6f Brooken C :
: S it, as mistakes in packing and distribution Precinct No. <, Ft. Ijauderdale-Inspectors, $
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: c C4.I.OeIU., " ::By means (posters: wliicbr are dis-{ accbmpaDled4.-bete by Ira,T ittle' :cause tbe loss of all J.N.Brantley, Dennis O'Neal,Frank Strana- :
uelEDaT1. $10.000, brother, our townsman, %V'. D. Sturte- may han; Clerk.J.II. Bryan;Jr.Prei -AULERSON,
; : played :thro4beutth ,c ty we note i, the labor, time and money spent in its et No. 7. Miami-Inspectors. C. P.Rlr.n. ,
14rA311fl LOSSES vant.i In 1891 Mrs. Tuttle moved her
-S Destruction oC1,fleet at Manilla....., .4,000/W that;.'Con eswiaft;Robert; w. Davis; family to, Miami 'and settled,at] Fort production/Indian River orange Lake Worth growers Bc1ll7..lf. Smith D.Cosgrove';'Clerk, J. B. (Suc ),' ". ,
jl \ and Indian River and
'.y- :Destruction '",$4-ist1sgo.15,00Q,000 'tofrether.,wjd'Stateaniidates. ,and Dallas and later acquired ,that property J.A.UeDonALB,Chilrmau.. ,
"if.Loti Of CU .. _.." ;.;. i- ,.., .. pineapple growers' bare successful W.A., ', Secretary : ,
._ .; Lou of Porto Kico.'.;.,.. _....fl'allClD.OOO other leadiafT; >emocrt%;will address and what was tbeWamea \\1I.gangrant associations; for the distribution oftbeirvcrops S ,5-I .11 Flplida': ern :.
S '.. Loss of hiiuptnea v,; '...L000,00O tIfpeople Of Mfami and aection uponpcaI of 040 acres, now the city of later Dade f . P. "'
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sooner or
S : .of tadrobes(Onam)..;;;...?, 'i >00'QOb Issues' Miami'upon the north aide of the rlverS and Don't
. .. .. .to-morroWeyening. tomato. will associate
Loss Of label PILoas i..1. -00,000,000 county- growers : (
"*. .S 'S Of aanaxyTWaet taAia'Islands'fiOOOU)00' ) Mr1tIss! appearance here after even Kn.(T'uttle. never did anything by themselves together for mutual benefit Buy garden or Held seeds before getting ;
halves., In the of. her affections MEATSr ,
_We haveiiost t in ,roundnumbers in abrlwffinouncementwlfldrawa. application, and protection. The sooner the my prices. My twenty-one year's -

i itha j army; and navy:J/XX)"men oat of assemblage.'i''f-. ,. . : '\ either In her'own', family or better., J. F. U.Special experience in Florida planting, .test- , :.
among her friendjltQ whom she became A'I
: 9 ins and handling seeds from
> S S7&VOOO in action,:or in That .S, C : : : every
t .: ; ,camps. . _p "I: '
attached her intense -
nature
was
,' i death of given a .section of country enables. me to procure Armour's Hams Dried Beef: -
} "would mean an average ,rate 4 ITollYftit ,. t f-
.about'SO. to, ;be thousand per annum, .' .'! '" Ho,. GO'E" I tDghI.Wyomt ,. full sway.- She',conceived"huge husinessenterprises \ Bale,For Monday. the best, lowest prices. Send Jersey Butter r'a _
,
.' whkh is but L trifle,if any, above the ,.*. too?much,'afTailroad?track and never tired in On Monday next shall place especially for price, list. |J. B. Strrroy 'Pp'Feee.and Fresh l JH ,> ,

,S ;mean death'4at.e of the United States.The. and acarc, os| Bobert Oaceol:i i the well- carrying theni out: She worked to her low, prices upon all tbe goods Seedsman 28 Exposition St.,' Eggs. K;
{. death. :J Her many good uaUtlea. ere if-fsc-w Ocala Ph.'Reg1terLgste ORDERS ?PBOMPTLY FILLED.. 1 0I"
:
1 .
.f result shows.that we have won kdIl5Iian4.1iiSaturday.Saturday) :; Composing my stock which is ,very full c' ..
: known,V She could,not hide theni al.tbougb. \ .
in ( ; i Hlb.fsm.tfS : .
-:4: ; $Tntreuure rough numbers complete Ladies will never find a ; ; ; -
;:; :, =ata J ioea of 2,000 men andthe, ex afteruooiDr.Poteiof" West '' f undemonstrative.";D.FTu'ttleBow ;!;7 tetter,opportunity !!to purchase"dress I !, '. f.

:T "' ; Mnditnre of 1200.) > as,the cost of Palm.Beach !received a mess;Ige calling Miami-.will'misaJulia be; I goods;millinery or furnishings than City Clerk J. M. Graham will be. at I
.-'Jit ',the him Ft.Landerdal? much she will missed will never his office in tbe council chamber H. RtCHMpNp <
waiv Surely large return for the to : to amputate one iow. All my dry goods and shoes will from ,:
':; : "I loss of.life,'expenditure of money. of the bands_ of Bobert.'Osceola, who, be known.*She died too soon to'accomplish jo to"the bottom notch on this day. .1 9 to 11 a. nu daily, except, undaandan > ;

.i'Z1 u" .Wbat.IIDe of, productive ,enterprise while $'having.on. board too"uincbwyoma what she bad conceived_to do.i. ; nnat'make room for my fall and wio- day- on the last day of tbe month, ,REAL. ESTATE, } : U;

:. -\Fj'ffO ldt; rn'.00:large an,amount of ,";? bad' ,aucceeded(j-jin -some The, funeral' services (took place 1ev stock and shall not hesitate sell at which times be will be prepared to -. -

;:.4 .-i wealth inso, .snort a time at to small a manner.which we have not I learned.in In her j beautiful tlFort: 5 Dallas, home i ponds at remarkably low prices to get attend to the registration: : city CUTLER'DADECO.i'FLA.: (t ? '

:. "2Nc(11fean4" i expenditure pf,money? I having one of hit.hands crushed on the Thondayevening at :,2:80 W.iarls, being them ant \the way of new stock. Tote !. Begisier! Register II 6-18-2t .
.
:';\ : leIyAmerI4ans are t n' Dc lb1e., railrod track upon.which it, appears be conducted,-'by BvW. of oat forget, the day-Monday neit, 5- : ,. t ji1a'Cll. -

's'.t;*-. : -::-! _. . . S. -'* mutf have been lying.,:,H was bruised Presbyterian Tu"le had been church -which Sept. 1Mb. Un.J'-l'a.UfE. Notice of Tax,Levy., i Fl & ?Peninsular II. II. ;
'e ; U A. = K )n.- Ufelong.1member ;,
'r, t(1', ,-1 \, .THE- ,-DEATH I -' ,," : ", 'r quite severely about.hand the body.K, WennderstaudOsoeol's until"the transferred her. church Boston" Store. ', Twelfth, 8t.,4iiami. In accordance with ths.requirements ,

,''is> ft carefal imlnation of the several at the'wrlsi. >';was| amputated .relations to>the Episcopal t church: of ;lbe -). .. . S of the Revised Statutes of Florida and New Northern Florida Air Line and '
'
i eooihow4.: tbat:'the' number .of iv; Miami" ; which II without putor. 'three years Spain has lost 200,000 of tbe City.Ordinances j notice is hereby Florida Trunk Line. : ,
S afternoon given tbat the City Council of tbe
.During'tbe' the business "
dtathlu] :the_ai my-fromjiatural.causes j zIeW&ntstoXS\ in Cuba, not the sword but by 71m Table In Effect July I.!*. -
S k W houses of the city.were :closed out of men by City of Miami will at a regular meeting -

r.ll ,4urlal the fooi > months. of war Is 1,2N, ; 'In' your,last Issue I: noticed.a communication respect to the departed and the beautiful disease. This is at the rate of tOt a of said Council on the thfnTThnra- Ni8NoM, NORTHERNPOINTS.. , .S' .

.I f ': :while 800 soldiers have died on tbe bat- in j the..way of numerous home:'and grounds'were filled onth.. In four months the United d&1ln September D. 1888,'levy special -Daily IDalJy80ns Daily Dairy ,

:: : .:f ldor..of w >)unds:makin, the.total inquiries signed,by one *'CL Al,W." 'I with'our'cltitens., ,The funeral" services 8 ates.lost 1,296, or 824 per month. -taxes for the year 1898, upon the S42a| 7 GOp Jacksonville..Ax. ......YDlee.UOa'Us '*p840p 4- .
and lOp
S4S\{ .. 1,5 4.1 This; aggregateseema. -:Jarge, am not able to answer any of the queationa took.place in the handsome_dining o actual percentage loss is far beloW real personal property situated. in S, liSp Ar..Fernandiua...if 7S8ai70to, 7 lop s'52415 %-

: fi coupled<.'with propounded no I.would hall and communicating library.of her that of Spain. It would be well the City of Miami as follows: loop :: ....Everett..... .. Seep, -t *
'tn'ofo1Dcial':and ;' extravagant stories like to ask,him to byblmr'I'D his name borne ,:-The,, remains :were ,borne-to pesslml.t'and calamity howler, For city _snh'ooL purposes. not more .. Brunswick. ..;._ 640p '
isoipin5pjrmpjllSSp '
& : :.. : 'T
ne and.indifference Savannah. &iGa
,
; than three mills. 447p44fp
their last E.
": 'f', in full: hereafter aa.there ,are:other resting place by A. Wad- this. Lv....Savannah.._Ar 5Jaa t
well the friends
:might alarm and rela-
: > : dellE;.VJ BJackman Forrest LAke'J.S For building purposes not more than '
"G. A.:W.'s" who anight get crtdlt for jtbe I sssp I tep I Ma Fairfax. S. OL 311* Slip
S. .\t\ : "t1vesofthesoIdIeraButthIs. rate is tbe:writings of this'G..A'W." who Frederich"Joseph S. Warner a0JT.' one'milL 240p t49a .Denmark "_.. SIts l34p
'
"i' - -not :d eaJn.! 'In the :.District of appeared in jour but issue.. ;The.article "QalYe.'OUI.-.ho'. been"chosenaa Gen.'Shatter delayed his attack For water works and fire protection, V 4 I.p 'Ma "'.Augusta,Ga....." ... 1_ .
i247allS6aloaop
.
: ;Colombia with a populationapproxi- bearers line of tlag'until an abundance of toada1'edic1necO not more than five milli.'For top .SIa.Columbla.&O.. r
was a good one, full of wit and vital pull long carriages H25a Spartanburg: 500p 4.
'"' '
the : .,
,; 'C .mately the same aa army *trengt1ithenumbtofdfhtbefqijr qU"UODIand. Judging.. from the.arti- accompanying.? *, / ld'have been brought street and park improvements, 14ipi", -'ASb.iue,H;f. .,' 008p ,
ai"birijaClenIaDdOlijooll "isp '' 'r; (/
> 'J : months ole HO A. W.' Mrs.&'Julicw. Tnttl. dot more than two mill3.S 8 I lit .Charlotte. .
be
; must :
a'good man
: forward half hisarmy would havetlied i 1 p tOOls lbbll&lf.; Imp' rra i
5U !
--L ". were ..or more than tbe deaths I EKKP'K 5. ;
and. MOBSK
I' ,would :like Jinnary SM 1$19 It ,
; S to I 1043pl2lOp Ur<*nmboroDanrllle.Va. 210 700a '
;IS:the- army:.The ,army, it:ia true,is therefore ask to know .'A. and _wu ajdaa.l'bter'o( L"T.fanaI'nuC8 and Santiago would not have been cap Prrahleot of Council. Ii Sip -lOP"' sorpl I&Ia '
\ :
,,1< :made upof young men who were,when W." ;: _,r G"kaOW'ilm :p Sturtevant.'In"1887, she tu eeL, Those who are inclined to criticixe 'Attest; J. M. GRAB ,City Clerk. .40a ._._ .. IUe mona. i.nn 2 00a l' '
J' too.t.bel: enlisted::presumed to be in'per- 5- : : General Shafter should remember I53a340p830p3oOp| : Lynehburic.u ; sin; S40B, \
I was united, marriage to J'. LTnttle .
I t'ia 30p Charlottesville iSp 1 16i
[It ia not Oeo. A.V to ; .
'feet physical con I'loabot tbe change .tbat bad as was. the suffering ofour '
S S 1 at Cleveland Ohio.\8he leaves one son Notice for Publication., 14 110 "s..Washington... II 33& 10'' \: '
:-J\\: S; ;;;from Irome to'camp life,the change,In the exact Individuality deponent aaith. Harry;and one daughter Mrs boys; it might have been far worse. ,. S CIOa 11 Zp .. ... re... t& I 42a t lOp . -
>A ;the habiu of liTing and 'the change in aot.-Kb1 Fanny -1,. i . ;i, .LAM Orrics AT O 1515* lISp .Ihiiidelphla....' 7n* <55b -
] __ t. Saunders Infant grandsonand her ' JranLLr.m' 12431 5a ..New York, .. 1315a **>P.800p "r-,
t
, climate would. nder .the most favorable ct'S- 5 -* _ -44--" brother; W:D.Stortevant,aa immediate < h1tlirnatedtretsbuddeton rough Notice Is hereby given ) | | ...BMtrtO.JaeasooviUe. ) tOO :,

e'z., S. t condIiions;;hare made great: difference < ', syak.th.eMbielI.: : relatives mourn her death., '. v : lemon stock,at Davis'Nursery Cocoa. named settler has filed notice ot his intention comate 8a Up745p L"\, :, '. P '.

.: in the normal mortality among I ,-iA.few weeks hn-Ut''iil nut Grove; y. : final of his claim and 1018& loop Ar.. ,Everett.... saoa
before In
' T only ._ proof support ,
l .
F4 -
'I : .. .
tjvthem. ',' '&. . < .v' : > The,Miami Mxirmoroua of Jill week -I- .'. | 4151 .. .AtUnta..Chattanooga..../ .LII'; I_ ;
' ness:Mr3tIe.1nv5ed\In a PO.( I" that said proof win be nude before' Jno. 4--* Itlla> ,00 .: lODOp "

< 'tj, .," ', : :, ,. . ",- -; appears filled with in It. former quarto:'form and life InsorsflR., .policy in the German!* Tha1,Tri-Weekly.New York World for B. Relllv.U. S. Commissioner,at Miami Fla.. .,. .. 730p ,R ...Ctuethnatl,. ..'_.. i '
.,:1- '. Ono interesting: local nfews.of :'wbkB .beJ Tiling-We Heed.. upon : No.3f IHvn mcksonvllte at S p.m Tn'i'
; Miami and '' i.i : ;85 Cents for One Tear;;
it --c' ,' .vicinity; 'We are pleased i i'er- --
\ premium.',:J Some time: since she Miami Fla.., homestead 22172 for the southeast lees 4:45: p.mM FernaoUini all2.0 p,m .
-'c._, .I; pllaml,needs a,Uusiness'men'a asaoci- to note that:W.' M. Featberly 1 again 1 : provided for.the distribution\of ber ) 'The'MKTXOFOUS will furnish the tri- ,quarter of south-westqurter. Section?, en at 1:45 and arrive Brunswick at*:4o p.mvaBwNo nJjr

nofmomekj; : nd,:aOur:wants :areiBuny'andcannot interested the newspaper basinets, property in the event of her"death t>y weekly I edition of the New York',World towo-htp &4.Somh Range 41 BaaL leaves FcrnsB arrives aw 8J SB. ,' -
and doubt of
all be met ;at oncer4e no the people that section will. which Isdepositeifln Cleveland]' to all subscribers patrons or friends of Be names the following witnesses to prove his a.andarrives at Jacksonville at 9-*>a. m. ,
: : wmrea41I"note tbe improvement be No .31,"JS, 3V and k? make connection for .
for 85 -
: ,By careful management her'elattan this'paper .cents per year;;'The eonUnoona, residence .upon and cultivation of
aredoing welU-.TetabusU ; Bnmswlck ' .
430
ve y Brunswick arriving nw-and
baa in it ,
; made. already. In politics the p.
beaettle4; Trf. eekll'.World "ranges from 18 to said land,vU .
uppdcleaye-a : '
verj 1:40 p. m.respectively. For New Orleans train I
- ': -'.' 1nesi'iou'i" .. .f. aieocaUoujsrganIzei, 'for limopoua will HflLjgjJ a conservativecourse handsome,property,..for her;children; 24 pages in size each edition.. ,and will Bobert L. Mills ot Cocoa out Grove,Fla. leaves Jacksonville 9:4%*.m. tluhrough sleep ,

- t .," Ibe purpose rpromotin the, bu4neqi ,and. will notirtpoasethe; ]"canoe and those"other'who mi,' be; beneficiaries :, reach subscribers,.',three times, 'each Samuel. Belcher of Coeoanot Grove.Fla. ers arriving Ifrw line.Orleans Arrives 7W a m. Only '. '

,: .ndJoditrlaIiiterezts" ,,oXIamtJ* off Ttus'ville any :political'" I.party.5or, 'fact p. bj her wilL: '.T '_ :, v j week,making it nearly>equal to a daily William JL Fisher, .f, : N tram through Mew sleeper Orleans 6-33 p.m. v JacksonviUs .
Sta!. >4 ,44 'iClevelandNewYork\ papeK Subscriptions-will.only be WillUm E. l' -- '
cblt.ntla.i ';.tbll'. uj.1b and Washington received Ebersold. II.ZZPI1IG,CAB SZIVICL : 1-
_ "t notice. -' -- \ in postofflee money orders madepay&bktoLhe W. 0, ROBINSON,Btibur.:_ Nos.- i5 98 Fast Sleepers betveea .
4 : ,JnlxTBoHii4 ia frequently receipt of :" ;i .D e"W'iib. : papers please __ / \ aD4 MsH -
: pleasure, thattvYM.: '" New.York Worldor Wew York and Jackson vine and the
: letters" ,, '|fc -..-: k'VJ *? *, r' ,' =\ ,: jClncinnaU
partfesjndifferent .
: ,
see4Uona1oftheooontrywboare 'Teatherly baa returned the publication " I Sleeper Via Ashevin. "* -
; New Tork .draf| made payable to tbe : ; I
!; T. looking of the Miami Mnaorou\which has J? ,Dtmocratic Maw. Meeting.llon.Rolirt . JOHI OOSOWirTER: No X and 8 urn Through Sleepers between .
Wor & Bemittaucea made b mail
; h fr ) J-ttiSonvllle aud-New.YorUIi cooncctloo with'
-i- ,4bIs way forIuvestMfli&any of the latelj:fallen:from grace.. Jle will be W.-Dnl.-'buombtr of" mus&.beaccompanie4.bya'twocentitam'5Lo n3.and 14 with hUman peepers.between .

,f.t."rltena' dObokw.etth.name of 'associated with bis brother from Mlchl-.congress from: this district, and:;'other'welIknownspekerswIfladdrs ] pay postage. 'Sear-: these in. AxL1c-r Jacksonville, and Tampa..J
./sA. a. but write : 88 carries the Cincinnati and ;;
) ; toe No. Florida UJBIted. '
newspaper postmaater 0.tand between thernthey.iflpue4f6betotb. '! r -- M.'f'
S andaik him 'to.de Y6rtbeir letters the .fnee\log in-tnixd, Wtthatt ytve'ito Over.,esislvpeflenee.. ;. > This U bnneht to JackspnvfllA by No.S3.. \ .
'i' "*. $ 1 OI. 'T [people:of.'Miami,at.1.,tbe'schoolhouse 'AU4e41o* to, remittance* tent in 'any ,r', <, ;;X 1 nundbg51tiamlveI1staioikIap1a A.O.MacTX>X LL.6en>I>asv.Aft. .' .
t.umetDewfeI.5eNer. Is sample .: '
__ a wrw4shes totm. succef 4-Kej I tomorrow night( JI pmstsndudtsuampa1p. ofUr f to keep the remittance. '..& ) ,; uaaW.By Street, -- '. -
,ezcept .
"o,, t' leKen m hie W U -:- :" : IULIkMWsvu.-, u>kMBTin.'_.,--" ; -f- ,:-- ,- __.-. 1
: . .;'_ .L4' i"V 1'1t ,>", '' r.M' .tJ..lI- l :'of : .),!" _ot rtteBp. ,aniwerajay. wr- :': .. L'_. ,. ":..4t ;,-G!._ 'fm'ftL1.: :
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FhMU1WVEUA1tDENj with no fear of frost. There s practi- shoot crqwn l 'with -of the 1 Ix ihwJd'fer'ti.nZed; this Is.easily done deed, '(he oi; theinule| ,-the horse.and, 257 eggs, and the -T 'r:4 ; -

j --- alan of tobacco creage in Florida, most royal purple, gradually changing 'by any one who understands the the nihine: may be made to perform Ing 'that oost for Food. dtnr- :;
period
cally no limit to the possible from that richest was sixty6ntfior; .
expan-j through the 'composition of a flower. This much -
of
\ applies very jhe toll necessary meal and j-t *
MArriRS| : THAT WILL. rim S' corn. -jJ
South Carolina a4d Georgia. shades of wine to dull red and to all fruits >
finallyto
grown under glaa.They the farm but these .
: : AND AID SOIL TILLERS. upon ; must have AlI%hf'
Connecticut iob,icco growers established the dark green of the ittatured may incline to overbear, in man' direction. Man's direction scraps from the tablewsre

0: spondence of Experienced Men in the industry, with capital invested leaf; great clusters) of golden purple- which case thin out. A bush four bad! indifferent or\!good, accordingto maybe saved even the water the vegetables-

: '' nd Interesting Extracts From in sheds a4d implements, will tinted fruit. delightfully fragrant feet high, if properly trained should what he knows. If I am ignorant Were- boiled in. Then I boll pot'. '

Our Agricultural Exchanges Concrning probably contlnu it, hoping each and with flavors so exquisitely luscious bear from twenty-five to one hundred 'given ] peelings rutabaga and turnip peelings \j /
upon any point advice win
my. ,h'
Our Farm Crops. year for better su4cees than the year that words fail three
I preceding brought It would be well it; it is a royal tree indeed, by year, and if well taken care of will be valuable. Hence for the four .days. With that. Ins t
The XieGonte Pear kitchen
. Crop. if they could get air eyes open to and one of the richest ''gifts of the will live for a century and be truly a of direction scraps indab&ndful of meal, 'i :;:
the failure of the Le Oonte purpose managementand I feed chickens .
\Vjt1i "my
the fact, plain enough to morning .and .
apparent Creator. \ "thing of beauty; and the first well cultivation of farm Li
a or- plantation -
pea crop this year, caused by the atJ419L4 but th selves hat night, but give It to them,
everybody sue- : The leaves of the mango ar six to ripen jd tmango you taste will be a theremust be wisdom at the wsnoC .t
of the the bloom last But.
thrips on cess depends not much upon pr>- t
: a.prl g. comp ttoe first failure of this ducing a crop as upon disposing of it ht width, of an exceedingly k rIch luscious Is it. FIrmdnger truly says ledge-higher and lower maD vantage over the chicken raisers ,in, 1 j
-fA
Y1 ole fruit for than may the
U more twenty country is in ,
-. to advantage.A I green, and, as stated above, wth the of it speaking of the highly improved know but little except the ,use of his the feeding :of

yeftr#. This is certainly a remarkable" young man aliiout to engage in new growth of brilliantly loretl Indian 8Ort"to ,those who have hands and yet eke out an existence green bone which they can ,get at f' ._'

: reood for a fruit crop, probabl not farming on his own account decide the butcher' for the-asking/.bsve
may leaves appearing in sharp oontaat to never partaken of it no words can upon the farm. Another aided ; t7
by
:.;: surp.a.4ed in the history of grain to devote his time and a green bone cutter, and-I .
strength the dark foliage and forming a picture convey an idea of the merits of tlhis the experience of his 'fathers and would not

r cropsi. And even this failure could. means mainly to rajiaing, tobacco, but of bealuty} impossible[to de4ccib exquisitely luscious fruit" .Yet it is handed'down bytradition to the, part with it for a good sum, IfI '

have been prevented by timely sprayIng I, he will be wise id' give the mattercarriul The mango makes from \five Ito ten entirely practical for every owner of may do a little more., Still another son; could not get another. Of course.H f'f" .
-, I but I do not believe a dozen Le- costs a great'deal for '
been consideration.I of these new growths etch c aaon, a greenhouse "to enjoy this superb by adding to thetse a close study of a few chtekftm;. f. :
Con! trees have ever but the
pear stopping to harden up ''after each fruit of hb own growing. It should the soils and environments and saving in food wiU,pay for it-: '.'
I sprayed in the e'1tirchistory of this Just How Tobacco. I by i in a year, leaving out of "
to Spot the
: t growth. The flowers are borpe in however, be stated that all mangoesare hazardous experiments made without consid1.eration . 'l .;'

tree The" 'About one pound | of caustic soda, large panicles, of a greenish [color not equally good; they vary.from scientific knowledge, a close study of the gain of fgg*. e-_ : . .J ,
success of the LeConte in The
pear Banner lye or Bab 'tt.'s concentrated and of an agreeable .. The the Inferior turpenliine"rjango with books, and devoted 'bouse and yard are both ratbeep
newspapers periodicals
-
Florida) has been truly phenomenal. potash lye dissolved in one gallon of fruit of'the|mango is one of the most pulp full of fibre to the great Indian to agriculture may stillbetter small for,twenty-two hens, batT)r.i ,_',

In Jefferson and Leon counties water. To this is ad(led glycerine glucose celebrated of: the world, unlveosally fruits in some of wMch the pulp is of his condition. Practical experienceis Oral got 257 eggs.in Jannary .whieb:;

where twentkyears it was flrdt introduced about syrup, a thick molasses, at (he praised by everyone; it is of a kid- the consistency of blanc mange 'eo no doubt one of the beiBt'If not is evidence that he' ;manages. ahem, ;i

which ago there were orchards rate of a quart to (en gallons. The J1'y..m ape with the stem lend much soft as to be e..ten with a spoon. the best;'of teachers, but in many instances properly. The size 'of :tJHt yard'says

even at the age of ten soda- should be add& in larger quantities the largest] and generally grows In Another fine fruit and a splendid a very expensive one to the the Massachusetts Ploughman. not J %

years'line yielded MM) bushels per acre of (say one and a 'half pounds per loose clusters. Thea ize varies rom companion plant to the mango is the pupil. We know from observationand so important as to keep the hens.at. :

(i T forty trees. At fifteen and eighears gallon) for heavy tolacco. tihat of the small but delicious greengage avocado pear-Pesroa gra-tissima experience that from the earliest work. They can be'kept ,on.,.small, .,
'
: teen of age some of them It is impossible to describe brieflythe variety with fruit but Ilttl lar- belonging- the sassafras plot t as well as in a large. bj
family, a times till now, the great mass of agriculturist's space ;_,
yield \'M' a thousand bushels per spraying apparatus, on the proper gr, than u small peach, to that of tree with large luxuriant foliage of alight have not thought it necessary giving them' Utter In Which v .to T"r
.u acre. [ This fruit frequently netted form and adjustment of which the cratch. When f feeding theibxj"to
the great magnificent specimen of green color, and in the new to educate or 'to be educated, to :
the gr wer half a dollar a bushel or success of the whol operation depends. some of the larger varieties! I growth give 'them too little rather than 3oo 'i
r wedguwards approaching a yellow tinged successfully drive the plow, wield an .
over. was ::!.nost n gift io the im- I believe the pest form yet is of four pounds sub.trhe I with purple. The fruit is very large, ax and hoe or to 'rear, and improve 'much [Allow them. to finish fJwrc .
I .
I pro\'id nt 11Ia-teJ'8, as they ha egh'en the one devised by Mr. ,Du Bon and rind of the fruit .is brilliak tly weighing in ,the, larger varieties asmuoo his flocks and herds. The thought mesls'somewhat hungry!:and:vtli n .1
:
:4 he \\-vv* scarcely any fertiliz myself last year. It consists of a ten two scatter i,gill of[ miUetsW'iajAeiUi.
colored, yellow with purple or red as pounds is round or and the practice bias been and i."If

er, per wpp n little cotton seed and a foot spraying tube and pole with cheeks, is about one-fourth inch pear shaped sometimes with 'an mv boy Is to be a doctor,.a lawyerr-a ter which' will Indoce. :1i.tbeni.. "to.
lie "handpicked '
/y
plowing one.1 a '
l--c fruit with year. club," threw Vermorel nozzle and a spraying can thick, and Tilled with an oily jnicii of elongated neck, and is rich purple, or' preacher, a merchant, a banker a ,scratch and,work vigorottsly..Jta"" -
t a
made A. Wilbrahai The are not'wise to f d'thim '
by i. two in color. every'tlni
the most exquisitely sweet]\ resinous green railroad man orif he is to go'to Con-
it into barrel with sand and leaves
: intermixed and his connected by a piece |of rubber hose perfume to be compared othii g I ,The1 fruit'has not inaptly been called grass I must educate hhn-I must have. scraps.. A, Ught,:neal'..to- .' .ihfl, joft
: ; freely yet returns :
.t S Jdon failed to him hand .about five feet long. know of. This rind pulls Off eaidjy "midshipman's butter." as with the send him. to school and to college.1On morning and 'a fnil.jneai'at nigh ,isj't, to'. '',t.:

pay By trial the purchaser learns how addition of salt-it may l h "spread sufficient espeeially snmm 7i.- :<
Of in these latteryears from the ripe fruit, leaving1 a rich on the other hand if he' shows no r or 1
-\ somely. course, wide to open the -stcp( cock In the bread and eaten as butler. It is soft, fitness they will 'become too fat :and' then '
:* uoh a careless practice hagbeen golden pulp appearing almost ail a aptness, no nor uesire to follow .' 1
I spraying rod in order to get the best very oily and of greenish cease laying.-American "Poultry Advocate. ' '
1 discontinued ball of juice; in the common sorts a yellow any of thee ,pursuits but selects -
and of the :
many size of Tor the and marks .
,.: t oid> dap :dash planters hare practically drops s{ ray this pulp is full of long fibers aij'tacihed color, exceedingly rich and nu'fcri.tious the farm because he loves the open .r l __'+':
\ the point with a file to that he can .._- $"". ,
and be beef L -
,. can compared fields J
their to the stone, which together because he admires the grand - -
be-
jatwndoned orchards -- -
i4
<
tiere ** quickly' get the propei adjustment. with the exceeding juiciness of the' marrow- but has a distinct flavor of oid foresta, because he is fond of HAD TWO 8mEs.i.

'j cauee themiand was their no money-in. U"for The solution :must be carefully fruit makes the "s cklng of a mangoa its awn. It makes.a very satisfying swine and cattle 8nd.b rae and sheep, "You have shown mea. aldsjto.'yottr -

i way&i.j strained through a, meW strainer before !lunch and I have done hard character which yon e'vTgh0 .
Under!tie stimulus of such profits rather more comfortable than elegant day'swkkon because he can be amused with a pig me,

''like use. It Is very corrosive, especially process," especially to toe meals composed principally entertained by the gambols of a:call before we were'In&ni ii liadi'$ .
:: almost picking up money in the to the skin d those working got,it then ;
ai dear.
oLthis fruit and' bread. I/wss slngVtben
It is a rich .
road thousands of novice. The large rough woolly seed or a colt, because he. loves bo deposit ;
acres were plant
) ed. Hundreds of thousands of the with it must .wear rubber gloves is quite curiosity' it being in reality food and one of the most important a seed in the breast of mother earth' now Tm .doubIe-Afly'8Iop.- -: .;.. i

I would not advise a: .ivone to med fruits of 'the tropics; it is also the and watch the watch tender
several seeds under one shell for \\1 if| germ the I.
trees wtere
1chiefty annually propagated dIe with it till he has1 eoen thepro- contains two to ten germs Bill fitted king of salads having no equal in stock follow It through the processes .,
Flcrfla!
which almost
} by cuttings, are East
; 1\ iameoiie who understand
cess operated by this (
The fruit is sometimes Coat
\ |to raise One into apparently one kerneL The respect of growing making and maturing ,
t as easy as corn. nur- it. There is
.caijuely time now shipped North bat in order to endure fruit
: ita beeamebe
t in Monticello alone received mango is a useful fruit and in na ; .can ten one
( eery to work up the apparatt a and method shipment Is pulled ; 'end the calf in the In the .
green
1 native countries besides being ustd pen one pig stye 'R'anl
from New in
120,000 Jersey a
'
cuttings before harvest. Good, 4jLnd, unspot- fresh is made' into delightful jelii fruit is only of a very poor'imitation or one colt in the lot from another,for '
f c single season, to be grown on shares :
I ted tobacco is not>goi to be !
given '
r and preserves. . of what the well'motored fruit is like. all these reasons lie is accounted,only SOUTH BOUNIXr '- -
the Northern nurserymen thus recognizing t -
: this I write in haste be- y
the favorable conditions of away year. It
: Florida. :for''tree propagation. lag deW engaged heat again.in trying-E.American ,iq i a ['cure'Jenkintt by artl-in ful fruit ((bearing trees and in'its 1t4. almost without a rival in' the beauty time and money educating him, a. s4)) : -_' rltas. -'",

-As twullly handled the LeOonte la i. tire'countries 'grows to a size as large ol it* foliage, is the mammee apple- of it would be'lost upon the- farm." LV-Jacksonville. .1..... lOt .
Agriculturist. Ar st. .... _
Aafmtfee .
: not a hfeh '.J fruit. But when as our largest oaks, yet such is th Mammea Americana the West'Indies Many of us perhaps haverarely- Lv St. Anjwtiae .-....-.C. (."Iep...SP ,

; ': 'generously' fertilized wfth potassic :- T4o. ..uartf which doth mend nature" tha'' :. The foliage is really! superb, thoughtthat the pursuit of agricul LLHstIags. ........ 4 SIP ..
Spotting At Palatk ..... ....
....
.
honorable .
tu '
: manures,,picked while yet hard and A by 'growing cuttings and using large* ttwck,.smooth and. glossy, of a us not only quite as J.Patsba,s.._.............,. 'I ,I- ISaa.
correspondent aski .somethingabout !! ,
1 .ripeoedin air..tight packages, ts'flavoris proper mod' !-'culture, we caii *i riefr grfeeo cdlor; *ha:Myr-gjvp&i- and noble in* Itsmostirnportantoi character Jtm .4t 1 . .. ..y.I&- -p..4TIe f.

the spotting oftoIaLeo\ .which I dwarf the t.reto fruit them muceesil1y eta. dhrOIZy purple.coloij shitting"as all human' pursuit *.; LY'a HatM..;.. -.. .JJDP I .
f improved
greatly eo much so that -r'Ea tPalatkav ,...... ; : :
talked
"
? 4u JsA 'subject .about in some 'i" ....
I 3 '. the old planter' the cotton regime late. In a twelve. or fifteen inc "mished"combluJ.ng- Ao make a or ?ocdUon'. J-'' 'Onaood '.....,.'.:...;.... JfIP'Met. '-
of Dr. E. '
1 papers considerably LvDaytona ... ; .
; hardly: recognizes, it. It becomes Hi 'Jenkins, director -S f.\ll\the expert- pot. superb decorative' plant compared. io Then, If the hand, and the' foot and LvPos1Qang.t.-: SIP' f
'
I Smrrna :::;:
It has been stated that the which the Ficus;. eJaeftdca :.IJt'IJ:
:, measurably free from core rot (its ment station of Connecticut, In aihort mange appears the body and the muscles should< .be Lv Oak Hirf ..-...-...,._.. ... .. -

a 1 principal defect), its flesh is dense,. paper read last'February before has frequently fruited at two 01three'years common.. The flowers are about two trained and educated to'fit them for Lv.>Tircr7ill >ni...........,... .!t_. ; -

Northern of age from..see.l'Flor, inches in diameter white and fragrant I: !, .i.- :" -
: in
heavy,.rich as the average the,"New York Farmers'' ; use agriculture, training. and education n..T.p..o...
.' speaklng ida. ,]1 have never seen them>do it, followed by enormous fruits L'ock)edge ;.. .....r...:.;:.; : : t '
i, apple! and \ ceeplng much longer than the ;whims, and fancies f smokers are essential to the. doctor, Lv Eta uuuv ..........;.,........ 4. ...?.1 .
: i it iii undr the old system, so that said however.. I much prefer trees grown\\ six inches in diameter, of a brown lawyer, preacher merchant and Lv. Melbourne-.................... 4 .... -
: Lv Sebastian ...._ .. .
.
i : thick .i.2.V J -
''of from:\'cuttings as better color with a : J leathery rind, ,
; the season jthjs! one variety can be "Within ; statesman, and agrieulture-4he science LvSs.Ltacie."s. "
I a year or two there has pot or, greenhou culture, they will\I which easily peels off. disclosing the LvFort Pierce'...;..*............ 'I..
: months. I have often I and art of with'allits
,: Igedwo appeared a 'ZM'for, agriculture Lv Eden................... .. 6
.i. <
\. had.LeCoir pears,-of;my own growing wpoU1 wrappers. fruit1earlier!:, and we, do not have a! rich .yellow, pulp, somewhat resembling boundless environments, m .IP'U Lv Jeasen .....................' *".. ,
Many smokers of domestic cigars LT Stsart ... ........ ..*..*.:._. ._;.,p -
i . iresh', tor that length of time. want a spotted cigar like that which great) tap root to bother with. Plants tba't of a yellow cling peach, er. more important than' .anyof Lv HOH'Soa1IcI ........_._.. j .. ..

.tastiimore:'like than from ihe open' ground are worthlessas with a-fragrant and delicious apricot these. If the the LvWest Japiter ..;...;...;...... 'I '....i
mind
\ They. apples I have here. Why they want it no one greatest giftof Lv,\We t Palm .:............ .j .., -
I '. pears end Northern, people, when they rarely bear transplanting navor, and enclosing ttwo very large God to man is so 'easily impressed, Lv Linton ................. ... ,
\ best
telL The
can Sumatra wrapper g6od, suit brownseeds. Lv Port Lauder'...'i...:.;...; e .. .- -
rougfi
will the
: fltpresie4ed with them, have. more' ?often have these spots, erased, ,it is Any sandy compost so susceptible of improvement, and Lv Lemon Cart.,..f".i', ......z ;

than once asked, "W where did thought,'by a fungus.orbthe burning mango :; ft should have enough,ijsand .:The same cultural directions, as to the degree of attainments by It. is 10 At. .Miami-.!. ==.....L.. JIJ ..

: you get sue1 i nice apple. feauce?" They of the leaf under a dro > of rain or in If to prevert .the soil from ru4nlngoget1r training etcVtihe mango, applies also broad, so long, no expansive, so . NORTH BOUND. _). .
-
are/equallyj! |r good baked, in pies in ] and becoming ;, and the to tibe avocado pear and mammee apple boundless, how infinitely important -- ., ,- .lNR; Y'
1 dev/ In; Jiot .sun.' But:tJie beat Sumatra STATIONS :
; roly-poly and with' cream. Eaten pots should be welldrained... Established ;'both ore easy to manage.-(Mar- that amen; should:-lend their best \I -' \t .
' :
y :
ia.rather evil-taadng
'. 1 an thing, ;'plants wilt endure lowempe2.ture tin Benson:to Mayfloover. .-ui ... ..U.......... -.. ,. ,f4
I baited, *Ihnt.aweeienIng, In a bowl. quite a efforts:.to th- education the .highest M.> 1 .. .
albeitlt5.appC1 5flOOOfl; the .cigar isattractive LV Lemon '
'
: : o- ohiJerey 'milk, they are splen. , if tree from frost and and th'e bi st edccation of those who Lv-Fort. CitTI .._u ', -i'ji
this ..:
.. II' d ,-,and with the| majorityof will succeed in warm sunnywin: \ --4, LvrLinton ......,... .....;....... 6 ......; t :x.
any to be the tillers of thesoHI ,
., c smokers (counts ;for more thanflavor. Education Necessary to Successful are Lv. West Palm .'_._.-' .. s1a .... ,..i_
t Of late yea.r.'the Wight.has played dow -ordinary greenhouse.. Plenty Lr West Japiter". ''...... I.i ..'
Fathers! motLersl it that '
I However; this demand for ,Agriculture. - see to Lv Hob.-Soua. ...:......... Ian ... -,
havoc wfth' &*-orchards oi the care most -be met last of water should be given duringj; the your sons are educated tolfit ,them Lv Stuart ........................ .i.. .
spots ,80. year a growing season but Lv Jenaen ,.-..:.-.._..............
only moderatelywhen Since 'was 5-0
; less growers uthtsam not wholly greet deal ,of tobacco' was flcia1lyspotbedby man. driven from the for successful agriculture. Teach and L'.-Eden '../....... ...-;;..... 1,' -.
evil at rest during the winter, As iaruen bf Eden-the mandate that' "be Lv Fort Piercs ........
an. i 4m -country was noble .dU .
them that-it
; \ Spraying In the field with have taught is a a Lv'St. Locie .....- ..... ..; ...,
rtbma.tened : with 'o..w production. with.all tropical fruits the> mango re ihould live the'sweat of his brow" .
by Lv
\ chetmJcals and thus with the assistance : glorious and an essential avocation. '*+. 55 ..4 ,

9 \ Careful* scie atiflc. 'growers. like several of caustic soda;and a"tnuirt gun quire plenty of sunlight during.'the' as' stood In .a ''perp l and _never Teach and have them:taught the sciences Lv LT SebatdaA.I._...... u 253$ .-r.. ., ,

i of my fl asintances, do not fear j winter,;1 b twin d6 better uintht lithe There is no provision inhis 1 1arylntlaw. are to 'enable to Lv, Rockedaje .............. ...! e. ,....,.- '!
choiceJSumatrVcanjbe brought within : necessary Lv Cocoa ...,............ . .
!
the .Wight,,tJfel>eep it In subjectionjccislon the reach.of,Uie humblest citizen summer J months, if sligh y ,shaded.. Jaw; nor was it Intended in the analyze and distill the soils to. discriminate Lv City Point .........._._.Jms .... ,
\ Lv Titn rill....;................ .
;,;, by timely' $ -of Kbe infected of the state. There wm 'Ibe[ many I prefer to keep the trees soine- ivine mandate; that places a limit l intelligently as to product Lv Oak Bill ................ -

.branches.'. Itit .i .:really a, blessing 'tovea { (markkt what potbound, ini I order to .cause a n the'improvement which we;canare4 and needs to the studies nec- Lv New Smyrna ,........... 6s
*po\ed cigars,onvtih within pursue Lv Port Oraoca ..;........... 42 I
th , yesrandtherank4st i
1. . it i on' of shiftless men and those at t1 8.topolthie plantare.mosteffectnally.spotted early] ,bearing, bu''\ they.,must be 'well t lidonr plans or our cbadition.. habits, traiN breeds need and. uses Lr Lv Ormond East PalatksLv .....................-............ 3 7 I_4 -

'insuresthem; good prioes.. and jwiUtfe.utilized supplied\jwith pfam food, beat applied [very 'nan b permitted, freely, to of. all domestic animals t land lowlnet Ar San Mateo ......._,;;;;;.. 'Jji ,

( e.ewaa more' .excellent in the form, of liquid manure once ppt;forth'-i.i.-utmost strength, to_ cul-- San Mateo ........;...:. ...: -- -
them be informed asjto the composition
: ; for wrappers, thoughruuax,they AI Palub .. ..............3 .
i .gift oft ::to,TTMiti Vhid:more wan- are worthless/fcjr: :pTirpoie. .Theywill every two:weeks. Soap suds in,which ti ate-that. 8trength-'IO"aa'.to make Itnst of air and water what- properties Lv PalatKaiI\lIUI .....-4' sopI .ra, :t -
.
lonly abused and'neglected;ttan the } lIttle l to tthree effective' for the Lv Hastings ..:;. .:_.... ,._ "
-- ; make. a cigar'whidi.niay| take a O; teaspoon gall accomplishment. in these elements are .fertilizing .- 3i'Is.sa 1'

f -, ,. LeOonte.pear baa_ been by:the .aver- the eye "o tr thej.;_smoter,. b4 .!i a l Ions of ,'water-nitrate of soda haskeen oi: ,the'a ks assigned it. ,Indeed, no. and :how to extract them from Ar Lv St.St. ABKoadse AagnatiiAf ...;........._....;.-......., -., .. '' '. :

: Southern trber. But it jbas I dissolved oewitlqnest1on :the fact' that the _Jacksonville .. .;... .. nuii. "
ar flavor which. ould d4ye A d wout f snakes an .excellent their native element and make them b .

am'satisfiedv great future yet"be'J and complete fertilizer for all .fruit pi ysical.powers, the limbs, the mu useful to him In the soil-aye atbou- liEiWhE14- NEW SMYRNA *.<.ORANGE. :
r CITY JUNCTION.SOUTH .
"'
: ,fore .itwhen I] lence,and ,thrift ehalle n"1:8'dI_ I Iantm., fche mango,naturally inclines oils
,
_' -- \ --take.it out of hands of the waste- The Kango, Avocado' Pmee ''ear'and.I Uam- to grow j}'too high, and must |be acd, educating. to'fit them for active: and ,to store U'' with such 'useful : -

u3.--Powe- i m' Fruit Trade, ',,Jour-. ',Apple. J!- pinchedJback\ when a foot;or so.
f F1al.. :; ,oi and 'trained fanners.know :the of 'this Lv Lake-Helen ............._ .... 3 splu < k
. height carefully to : necessity turned loose. .th
his be
grow hand to n
,I np I :
will nextoonai4er (the third class LV- Orange City .................. aoplisevp '
___ /,<, -- -' .- jfjTobacco\ __ . of'fruits j;th 3;" |U up .

f'V: .: ;Competition. I wish to state,/that I find trees geth body and limbs the.'power present should oy.want of system All train betweea New Smyrna and Orange -4
" . Btrictly. .tropical jetwl1IsIure; a ., ,cIyiJlind.ioa DaalJ'.uccpt .. .
: !} ---r. make 'sin makeiisIuIthO -- ,
*
bei- : to and 1'
;. ." Ii .'Aside from,rithe;,unfavorable local quite low temperaturel so long oa free grown u 4 cutting- I 'much I I'.jdexterity" ,use --more1..honored and more sought -BEiwEEN.ORANGECITYJlflCTIQN'-

y \ conditions, ,chimges. _are apt' to,. take fromtfroel .and,;winrgTOvr.! to pert ee-,ter shaped. trees J than.,, seedlings JW implements of 'husbandry. after, prove profitable and moregenerally -.4 NEW_SMYRNA : r' _'.,
I : if the too Who'would to his"cottonor read '
; ". "placehat affect the:tobacco Industry t41i.'I any'y dinaryjrgree.nfhouse.Very grafts' tres" grow '; fat employ chop successful.- Paper by NORTH BOUND.. / T

4Z .. Lof the whole(cauntry/"TobaccqIs be -many Of( them"make elegant'I pot they must. back bjersistentiy. '- 4 weed"his corn a man who: had Judge J. T. Boone, belore.Low.Ianal" STATIONS ,i.-.IHa. Na4' : _
Lv Orange City Junction.,...;. ., pf
bet'
3
will used hoe Who would 29't
The seen or a ? Institute. ,
1: 'lug grown extensively in sections plants for"any, warm. unny;window. neyer : Farmers' Lr Orange City..,....... ....zImaseFssqp -
-
\ -here-fl ew yearsligq little'or alt have an $< ea. of 'the!I' or-of. tree beIeetredues send ,Io hia, field to break'1 and prepare Lv Lake Helen ...... .....;- ". -
none Ther1sanderMarie.tysnd Ar NcwSmJnl&......._.. v..., I S -,.
j fr' wasprothRsedvrItts':S, B.; Keachjin aTeinteresthig as"wellas[ -beantifuL I } b .,' ond train' "accord1freat bis land for.plan ting-a man who knew A Female for New;Blood. All, trains between-New-Smyrna sma ufaas\ -

:, -Country'Gentleman.. Some states have will-endeavpr,'to give l jsliort .aescrip-: Igly. deaif' (the future nothing'of !th3, uses of a plow or I .About one-third of 'all 11th poultry, DY City JoactkmrD WES'1''ABD'JU.VAJr..L tty except Ssaday. L .

'h" 'Isen spade? 'Who would,'be found,- foolish : owneijlin' ,
l' "ireasj:tooaccotjbompsred ithTiwticIif tionsof few;ot.'the'most'iinJpoTtuntor pantjo ,tree_depends on how it so I in *his country is cities; Tb'-ieaisp tClt -d-w.: "".,'

_-4t '. ..the:acreage" fjconnectlcutls'| : -a .: t t.n1# l :grow- tr81ned",' -young;:a'beautiful anijigraceinl i as to:employ tt' ru reaper man towns and villages, and,: it: may be Miami Florida East COat Steasubltt Company. lssves'r. - ,
who'had .DeTe.r reed always for Key West oa.KoadaY1. Wedaa-
is of first seenor a scythe -
; bagatelle..Newv'ingland',_ growers have Ingthein- . ". +t, j] ... "ahape,, 4,., -" importance added, town pebple nearly day* tad 'Pridmaftsrarrival-c{ trtte from. -'

; ': .. .kept.their eyes 1 faed.upon,6ttmatr*'as I . -., :. taDoCe'is-lthe'. | glorioua 1'YJJ'B 1\\. I:prefer'to\train-In the pyramidal andwho! *' ,"hOUYpoh t. of the : keep pure breads and know as Jacksonville with itenBcn mudaf. for Hmvmns coa ;e rLtsvc tiosj at lUy ey'W West" ".._ -
.' *' ' !"I bugh.foriii and with the mr it tsgenerally character: of thex'griinl''to' be cut? : .
their chief, conttrn yet their, most man 1Ia.Qgifd'a.lnd1 queeniitropicaIM :go much about raising poultry as-farm- :.':m. standard tttt.)-Ta.sda7u, lhwa'u u- -
Tbreb 1- -i W da y. and 'Saturdays striving XiaJ -seat," r
,
i-- not faottedj t Jc ece mry to. t dowij the butone'anwerEvery. . el'B-
formidable com'peUtors today are_ : iti,: infllndlanrnhandatworstlppcdy.tbe --r f I niotnIagI* lint to conect wits, srth boss.. .
y. .foreign'but'domestic'prbdncers.'ConsecUcut" hi aithek; orderti J' ;;Ce ,tam asume'the man:-wishes(;*.'skilled hand- tO.use'Jli.s Concerning the keeping Of r k. RIlL ' t'J -" .

... ;r"! groweni.bend-sll:their. .thft Hindoos,ages "ndege!;*goi|in.Jaot : Iprnper shape. 'iq mango implements., ,:..;. >. '-%. ens in towns, Mr. Charter Graf says: '. These TimeTables .LDe'd.ht4c.YL'i

":, ,.1". '\ gies,b_,'the, ,'"production_ ',.of.choice_ ... cigar for jtime,older.than hiaury--" And .ittejlttle makes -tcel! jmostelfgii : ro nd If"this1 bej- .true:ot'-the body-and of I "I thjtok a small flock-pays.better in maA trains-depart,jnd from boats the.may evenl atloassa4poita.-'Larrift''. ,W.'. _
|
-c J lel ; '...- t. -w .nde_ .-to; ,csc) acqia1ated headed. .- .. -atdards.. Thep1atishou1d ,e. han'd.ncJ. feet/how: tvvdh'. more 1 vcity.; than in the country' I.have a but their-arrival i r-Jep>rt T st ,:, tine* ; { .

i. :, i-of money .and Jii>orwiih* ;a'short seaflt with: .ihe niango.-. that ';heathcni'f race* be_ '.riep tted l.sneedrf, :,jiaV befor** necewary'U.the' training- and.developing Hook, of twe ty-two chickens- *igfhr stated Pear boM i* BCM-ftseU fturaatccd:mponitaM, aor .o for a:any Com; ds.tjZ? "" ; .

j" t 1-" 4onerowde l '!r1th:risks, c Isto; ,:their should:] n*' cit! uniObjei pf, bdora- growth commences 1" 'in'the'spring J .t 'it' thattltoble J i :.P rt/prVmacH. tbat n'.lU d" fourteen pullets,:which I tal 11'01'or.O P1'el'1IetIft&Of tbseerdcafl'srIsla'at thevsfroas, ,.. ., ..,_.

''r' .f; Jlbat' e1t.1. edJ :p g iion, tw.with:Jte 4uxuria:evei green ; The'mango.blooina.In. cebnsary wMarch which. disilnguiihes; him ,Iromi-the I. aedmyse1L'Lkeetbinacoop ; Jackseevwe,'ta4drs, Wed,. J"Bq.erset ;'t.-.1fo.

..,'. (iit .buLPiorida: rowa.-. ':cigar tJeafJ..that leaves of,*the!richest lBTfJn'perfod 0$ any.nk4.t ,\and!unless:.bees. haoneOsIa b nd'.ram. hlm.next 1D'"orderitiD:. rx':U..twhic1i.ltanda inftird11x2O! ,+ J,...r'"BECI\VITH[..J. --:;Me t.. .: .
_
. .:'! n IISumatra..a dtw eropL.: ",. !} i.Jt:61' thfe, trees\the;flowers:win- .hare. to. "the,. ; tlretor-hInaeat---the. _. 'li: ..Tn-i.r.. 'IflL'th"n'Ui- < f3u.I'. 'got \!- .u.-Aq1IIUDt.;.. ... .: '_ o' ," '.
' ; --- >, t "
4. i-, .. 1 : : t;c \ : '. : "' :' f 1 7! : : : >: 'y ._ { > '
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, r Wi. Featherty.. C. G.,Teatherly. the smoke drove out the wild cat. The STAFF OF FLOR1 ':' ":j jl f'reached.,tbe inMlng' ;-*the., root was;]f. SPAtnIffi'r": ,FROM WIR' 'The::stretcher- unon' which. ,the-''..Era-i! R.) 1.-.

i 'I mad animal ,sprang I upon Miss Harrington rlr' falHng Inand all was" lost. Three press was carried 'to'tthe :hotel:'was':,. '' '
TBBIIAII IBTROPOLI8' terri\c l I| children, two boys and a girl 1 .1 '
:" \ and ;a battle ensued. I 1 . aged TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL hastily improvised with oars(and'sail j
: Although bleeding prom wound received SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT 8 and ,9 yean, perished in the CameL. cloth. Doctors and atslweiatimI.! % ''
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1 i Published by II she finally, -vith I the club she EVERYTHING MAG '.\Jtf. Johnson saved nothing but what he PABT3 QV THE WORLD. mediately summoned and telegram*I

M The .tyay Biscayne PubHshrag Co. wielded, killed 1 the wild I cat. -- r and his .wife had on; ISO pounds of sent: to 'Emperor Francis .Joseph | = j!

Clippings of Florida E rente frojnSusy seed cotton was also burned with the. Short Stories of .th*'World's Doings All' efforts to revive Her Jtatfi

.Miami Dade Co, Fin.. Sept. 16. 1898. For many years after Queen Victoria ;. OUr State Exehangas C 17 house.--'Tallahasseeaiu.Tampa Told by the Telegraph in were unavailable, and she expired .

w had madej\ her highland home at \' Condensed for Our has borrowed $50,000 from Condensed Yorm.LElT&nt o'clock;

Balmoral with her family she would \\1 j Headers I the Exchange'Bank of that city. The The medical examination "att: ,;
The I of Corea are probably
women not have any hymnal sung either atrathie I Ii Exchange National Bank agreed to that'the, assassin must have used t
the hardest worked laundresses in the c4OELED.
I BIG txmrr
church or at the private services I advance the money with the tax roll' small triangular;fiie. ; '
world.! i Their husbands wear 'baggy ill.\' U. Medl ll |
at WH-
i--'j"
: Joseph Lei teruba ,cleared his famous '
I in the castle Ifut was content aa security. The money ia security on up After triking theb.he, ran ak>ng> ,
P c pantaloons II t which come up under the with the quaint versic u of the psalms Hilton will 8 !1'cut \lID- three notes, two being 'for $19,000 wheat deal. Every creditor,has the Rue :.1pea with the:evident v
:
armPl |tllke those of a clown and the bi>r for the is
\ roao1 been to banks 'where
paid obligations
in general) the presbyterians nteniion of the
e use among each and one for $12,000. Only the entering Square, Des
usual weekly "wash" contains about be built which will the
to
I am of the oVl school. the "Scot- tap B set legal rate of interest ia charged, and assistance was enlisted have been canceled Alpes, but before reaching It he'-was '
of these. the tricts of timber in Vlorida I .. -
a dozen'pairs This
Generally
tlah Hymnal" is used t both, and'the \ interest does not begin on a. note until and 14,000,000 boshela of wheat seized by two cabmen who ad.ntf
,
!
washing is done in cold, water andy employs a large force of hand*,-Levy hove been since
the '
tl castle services liquidated announcement -
hymns selected:; for l! the amount is borrowed. This nessed the crime. They,handed him '
\ Democrat
very often in a flowing. atream.t are generally chosen b Princess Beatrice -' Times i -ti \iI\ places the city in a position to run of the voluntary assignment over to a boatman and a gendarme,* ; f'

11' I or the lad e' in personal attend- I Heavy shipments of pineapples are For awhile, and it ia understood that nearly three mouths ago. This Who conveyed him to the police at.1, '

'. k The HUt (the engine of which the nee on the sovereign. The queen hd? gong out each:C day, and prices the 'present administration intend to baa been done only by great sacrifice tion. t -

Liverpo|| fire brigade; justly proud) very fond of "Nearer, My tied to I away up. Thlpmea.pple map is p- use the money to pay running expens- Including the giving of mortgage on The prisoner made no resistance. a

.,1*the largest land fire engine in the sought protection: in a Mlein the p Epyi:] and the skeptic, wears allow\\ a es. property belonging to the Letter estate He even sang sa be walked along, -7lAC . '

'world. lEer total weight is five tons bluff. The heroic young woman gathered I'sullen scowl. He is disappointed aggregating nearly $5,500,000 value '-*' ,

--, ,and her pumping capacity 1Il,BOO gal. grass and sticks and built a fire I: cause of the i uccess. of the' \'''t usinfsa An unusually and of large acreage has of sweet been "1-did itr end."She'must'be dead" scAt
potatoes cane
, lone perltsninute and she can throw a In the entrance to the animal's den, he,said would *t pay.-Orlando Repbr- sugar the police station he declared?:. -
Jlontclair this
.spray considerably over 120 feet. She and armed with.a 1 club(stood in front terj j\I I i\ die planted promise for good returns season is excel-and UUCAtiO FlKil SCARED OUT' $10,418 that he uses a "starring anarchist;: r

,. i drawn y three and sometimes four of the hole ready to do battle. Soon I The, Duvul ft i i Clay Sugar Company, lent. :Com is a failure a* to grain William R. .MaFarland of 'the horse with no hatred for -Ibe poor, bot only I r
horses The Holt operates with three Thee" and TO are the prince and princess which own 325 acres of land brie and commission firm of itoFarland & for the rich." ; f
to the drouth. The
ouuing
".%- inch jjioses working and three 3- of Wales. Another great favorite one\' quarter i ilea north of tibrange' :, long orange Evans, of East fit. Looks walked into Crave fears are already ezpeeuedjregarding } f
trees ,are putting on a tremendous
inch hd feeding the tank. with the ,prince is khe "Soldier's Park, has organized with a!, jcapital growth, and should they throughthe the,office of Louia'Newgua .'& at the effect which the assassination 1
go
tt i hymn," written !bl.t thtj Rev. Arthur stock of $.100,060, divided Int ;',shams coming winter without serious injury the stockyards in Chicago and presenting of the Empress may. hare upon t"' J

w. Sashes in great favor and Bobins of >Holy Trinity hureb. Windsor of $10, each.' It is the intention of the 'growers will,. next season, a revolver at the head of Louis the. Emperor, whose health has .t

t. the more rEtinue the material of and set to ''Rossini's nuair.I the company tc commence operations "push them for all they are .worth," X. Xewgaus itthe junior member of the never recovered from the blow, of
at early datl j firm commanded him send for hia Crown 'Prince 'Rudolph's death
which th the better. ,A I an 1 | which, in that case, will be more thana to tragic i. ,
':'. blue and i White checked silk street One sees a good nan bracelets of The Camp Phosphate Company I 02 little cashier, 'Frank iMoseley. and,it Is known that his Majesty late- -

;' dress; 'which a year ago would 'have the chain and lock variety on fair Vadtj wilt soon have their immensis' 1 Upon the appearnce; of MoRley, Mc'aiiand -, Iy baa been very, feeble. '. Y

s' been. 'provided with a stiff leather wrists nowadays. This may be due to new plant ''Ion I operation, 'which pillunder b i Mr. W. S. Nugent of Palatka was drew another\revolver and,ordered : J. % ,

:" .'::;belt/now posts in the air with a fluffofblue the war -almost unusual 'the management\ of CaP;',C. A, round dead on the floor in.,a room inthe the cashier to draw a'check in i 'PITCHED BATTLE IN'COWThA DO.r '. 3

I. charged to the everything 1 believe Veil. This will rear of his photograph gallery a his favor for $10,416 Which he claimed i
t.fl' mbttsseline streaming out behind II jjbe one of the largesl A pitched battle occurred in ColOI..
:in tk \than of sash. The ends the war is .responsible for this, for I plant':in' the county when completed' Pew days I ago. Justice of the Peace the 'firm owed him. When the cashier redo Springs Cot,. at daybreak '-be'r
The blue have learned that(many a soldier boy and will fiowtonj, woa notified and a coroner'sjury had finished making but the check : .
of_ the, sash are ruffled. employ a large fore or tween i ithe two factions of the Silver .r
\ 'monsseUnej i{also forms the yoke ADd las marched away j carry Ing a tiny hand*._-fialneSTille Sun. '\\ I; impaneled. After examining the McFarkrod calmly instructed New- Republkan party of this' State, in ,
'hidden with little i t::1 : person,\! :,they rendered A verdict that at the some time
veils :the TOne that flaps over the &ey away a picturein Tobacco goes giving a menacing which one man was killed and three :
f his The' hands meat of the growers are giving employment death was caused from,alcoholic polson. 'flourish to his to affix
pocket. <
sleeve at the shoulder.Philadelphia weapons others were wounded. The dead '
ito a large \ number of manfIS
women Mrs. Nugent who ia in Philadelphia -
bracelets\are heavy' fold chains witha his signature to thepaper.. That .
r and children. .Men who' never II rew Charles l 8. Harm of Denver an.employee '#
,' I 'f TI sparkling diamond set i i the locks. I I hlive was notified of her husband'sdeath. done, the 'man 'from East St. Louis at:Denvei' of the Gulf -to :
obaccb before been among the The deoea.ed'came here from Baihray.
;. It is now e best of form for a man If you see a girl wearing si ch a bracelet most successful of our tobacco Philadelphia lined the two frightened men up 'q1e wounded were<.recaored by their ,

: ,. "'.to'carry adored one's'photograph you may be sure, thai somebody eta. Notwithstanding the protracted grow' about fifteen years ago, against the wall of the office ,and, friends and their identity has not '

t_.' _.,:about with ilm' in a frame that has else is carrying: a key, and while admiring Lrouthl tobacco will\ yield an ,'and bee'conducted a photograph gallery with all the solemnity of a Judge at been,definitely established.. It is said" '
; avrageof since that time. He
.. trot was a mem- fie bar '
; administered oath
I invented it it will matter if an to themto that '
recentlymasculine A especially for you a man named Palmer was shot
800 to : ,
from 1,000 pounds per acre bero of A. IL and Palatka Veteran
.' lociceta. This frame, in wish that the soldier boy vho locked thin year.r -Dade City Democrat. '\ AUoclatlOU tie U. the effecthat they would not attempt in the cheek but not seriously injured. J
.
',, : 'feet, holds: photographs folding it may come back I before long with said. \ to follow" him or raise an ou- Another man had hi* hand shot MUI

!',and a-ag, the two faces to- the key. But you.! may Tear chain It is that the 'Plant System sold t Although not at all unexpected, the cry. Be then departed, after stowing ly -off and another received a flesh i v

< of j 'gether'whe shut To.be quite in the bracelets, even if youcarrythe key to the and navy, from Rese voir nnouncement this morning of the his revolvers and the check in his wound'in Jt-he arm.f' '

.: .r,,'fashion;he u..thaTe";, full-face and your Indeed, b f fceletr[of various Lake, tersb $90,000 worth' of ',eath of:|Judge G. B. Sparkman in- pocket. The fight was waged for the possessioo -. '. ._"

1.- a aide face tew ot the "only girl"" aorta .will 'see their day. on< e more. water. Imy| 1 En ,veer Newman]has icted ,.a "painful shock upon the en- As ooon aa the visitor had left the of the opera house, in,whkft the + iSlher.

"".' :r'Theieilee are ij known as "men's double . property in order to] adjust ire community. Hewas taken sick office however, Moeeley 'and Newgass Republican State convention (s > y

.: I., photograph frames" and are made The tan sbtoe so-'iar' as woman isday. th of] adjacent'property bile attending the State Democratic telephoned the police ;|headquarterswhat to meet-tomorrow. An armed.guard. f -'

". . of'different sices,:of wood or'thin met- concerned has about'had 11 . For owners to the share each should' invention at Orlando about four l had happened. The check was representing the Teller-Blood swing,. = t

al.;" i'up very little room in the last'two or three jyears j haaheldsummer receive of the amount paid bY!I the eeks ago, but with his usual energy' drawn on the National':, Live Stock was In possession ,

; are being quite nedf ts- own 'over all others foi Plant System for the water prhil ge. to take his bed or;consult al Bank and Police Captain,Levin immediately An armed force representing

< f. :\ e"Pocket.1t' by the. younger men wear, but this year finds iti popularIty henry W. Long, ie faithful and efficient .ffiJ.ined,;;[ on his.feet""and dispatched two detective. to faction deposed by National Chairman :;x

of t.o on the 'wane. Like everyl hing else deputy l United' States internal as long as he could stand the bank. MoFarland was standing Towne was sent'to drive the guard out i L

.. J 1 in life, the tan shoe hasi Itstood, and reTf1lueoUeetor{ ..ports that since was that when he finally at: the cashier's window with ,the of the 'theater. After a hot scrimmage '

; t. ,To:set the O'f the state prisons its bad points. It does not show dust the war &has gone into effect he has a jccumoed l..and was a subject for medical check in his 'hand when the officers in which many shots-were fired,

4 aV; .wj 1E't'l'\| ng'' '.good. roads and mud like other ,,and is ad- had over'pOO letters: from parties who I treatment the disease had ssum-- entered. He was so intent upon' exchanging the Tellerites fled in dismay. Harris ,

would;be""a appropriate'proceeding.1 intriwly'adap to country jand seaside are subject|t to the tax and nearly everyone a virulence which was impossible the
+ .Tie :criminal is .an enemv wear;but there is. '" m of them expressed pleasure jal overcome. 'Nothing was left un- he failed to notice the detectives unii supposed to haft been members ,of i L

4'. 4 of the:connnnity; and of Jthe,gal the dressing, of"' tan] .Death whichdraws being abl\to contribute their mite 10-, d but all efforts were ia rain. .He ; they stood. one at each elbow, andseized the attacking force. _".:i_ { '
.seal- welfare" ivd*he would thus be never recovered consciousness, and him. MoFarland was quickly .
A'" : sensitive feet late: almost ward ma ntainIng we honor of Qld ex. \ '
i made.to minis' j:r to. one of the chief double and twisted bow 1 '_. Per Glory. ,,1& Star, 1 pied at 1:25 i this- morning. disarmed i and a few minutes' kiss was GASOLINE EXPLOSION IN 'PHILADELPHI. -... -

"needs;of,the.immunity 'and and. topromote iaps::this..U the reason tint ,1na1lJ II Behind the bars of a cell at' the. police *. I I
,: --the. snerai" ,welfare the The prI in phosphate has ad e entire country in\ the vicinity station. By the explosion of gallant of '
: ,,,( int\ rromen,hare, discarded 'tan sees forplatn'black forty
ed $1.50this r ton, an i, as a result of Tampa, where low places are to be 1
: most effectual ]nuner.;; .He:'would be' or, linen coored| canvas gasoline in the cellar of a grocery _
| | Incr led the Kansas Cl found is said to be underwater and .
; ,
,
price
; needa"'for I YOUNG WHEELER -DROWNED. store at 1444 South street in Philadelphia
: t"! ,eating "the ocei ipation-be:. bOth.;and ties this season, l&i, any dayu'' nttfall ;
''if 'sibs':own ,health, he;:would be muck rate,'slosh:bootmokejr* say that the Phospha Company and the J. eve y heavy adds iU: Thomas ki. Wheeler, son of Gen.Jos. four, and possibly a down '
** Iff i ** I ChIMe Phosphate Co pang of Fo: qu At tort Tampa City it is rep .Wheeler : "
payi4rjthejeost.of trial and Second Lieutenant Newton lives lost immediate '
t" "5 ,more than | Jils- ia ;aj.Oe" not occupy Ithe'place fn I more, were As an -
white both extensive ed that water feet"
] i two
;l : 'and'.eoneflneme andhe;, would-" be he;'estimation of,womankind[that pitoncerdld are ope ng up. was ,. or D. Klrkpatrirk, First Cavalry, 'consequence of the explosion the
; mines jn I that vicin ty, giving emiloymebt mo e deep o i the ground aa far up as' '
:5. .conferring afpeHnahent"rand; .1nc.1cut %.and chiropodists bootblackvwho -, wer drowned while bathing at Mon- building where it occurred ,and those
.ana
w hundred! of hand. Th the depot The water was so bjgh I _
;ably! ':great \>ei t ,u.upon:all classes ot > 'tiiis tauk tPoint. adjoining it on ettfier side eollspsed. -
profited bj fashion,
J local mere nth are enjoying a tha it rose aver the,floor of a lumwlonging -
gooitrade.
'. honest-people;h the'state-. hx YoungWheeler was a naval cadet In Up to 10 '. Jour hours'after the _
.
"l' are mourning its:departure. Journal : .
Com ber abed
t to
--Jacksonville .of. Fitzgerald
' I- '
..\ i : 41' his second year. -He bad been actingon occurrence four bodies had'been 'recovered -
., I tBr and tie water caused lot of
anoneat'aad.'oostly merce. a
; The'- hi* father's staff for .some time from the rums, and three of --
I;pearl.necklace., : the.world is ia'the NEW_ jYFH'
e' .j possession of ths Ltess t Henckel, 'atondon +<; :Bt rR&1.14w [ I lug Is rapidly prop, ng, and soon 1 ael'e building on !fire, and the entire: fine young fellow, and had made a The cause of the explosion, is. unknown. -

1" \ ladyeeil btapiwn fu + sod Paris Westminster, fief; chief ky on the merry ,pum of bad saws, circn.i iJar. atm tare ; burned. The oldest in-', host of friends among the older officers. Uhe.front of 1444:was.bkiwa: -

'j' lit is ,made. o( :historical neck Frazier river, in.B.C. ,'presents fear saws, p ntng mae|lnei, etc.,, will Ibabl ,nt hereabouts declares that: Together with.Lieu tenant Kirk- out and this was'followed,by the cot- :1 t'

: 1Jaoe'; each of'wl 'ttasiltenjoyed'eot'- ful_ scene': -of desolation, .file' _laving be l heard '"gftta The jew building I thwas i, ne er, so much rainfall be-' Patrick he went'to the beach this -aT- lapse of thai structure and Nos. 1442;

; erable. :'e( t ;t in'former, times, wiped t ""out the;whole" ;olj\ .the. lnedl considersbbv\larger ',tn4 n the, old tai, lore ,So far. there baa been no par ternoon to enjoy the surf bathing. occupied by Morris Goldberg's furniture
tietil
t. portion. ild- \\e damage done byhlgh'1f&
There Is not-a!
public I' two' stories ;gh, and my, improvements abort and 1446, Louis Salloneze.'s,
'&Z0bi Ihg irtandinglnfi rt n of I 'I. ter itty where, except in this city,
-.r '' added [ When finished, this.will OF AUSTRIA ASSA8S1NATED. shoe store The west wall of 1440 occupied ;
; \ ,
EMPRESS
-1.1." 'of":Spain, "anlaltis; | } 'knownlas Jtjie 'le.dty., *, ;X t 4'cen.ttdt"l; . .' lie tbe..mOB I I comple,M | and largest. the :the streets. .are considerably by L. Wagner's ck tlbing -store

"-._'_ '' fcckWie:of'thyirglii, of ,Atokbal"; .iunnedby'a; | )m'.t. a i plant of Its-.kind in th .I Stat-Palat-' The 'Empress of Austria wee amas- was blown out. All the building were'

. second, belonged:to'.the,exQueenff gale, the lire..'-. I c4"thewestaide i I ka Advertdsel,' ii \ Th t teaimshlp'Florida, of the Plant abated Saturday afternoon. of.brick three stories In height. .

v,;:- "t 'Naples; :and ',h third,%is,'j:the :,,sparks.i; fromKlearaerspreadCwith f ng i A Whitehead', .torpedo wes .found on,! SteamjihJp Company, arrived at quay It appears that Her Majesty WM ln the confusion and excitement following -' 1. \

: '- necklace belonging1'' to '.tide ;<; :: t : au h'wfu rapiditytbatten'etrcets'wele intine! direct from, Santiago. This isJie the disaster, it:& sa yet Impossible ' li.;, -3
--.t imons-
|
.. -, '. the beach.a fW days ago Just a Whorl. walking from her hotel to the.landing > r MS)
EugenleJ sand : ; bUudWvree In fliWt time the Florida has been in to, secure anything like an'" accurate {'
mpress,, b"her:1atetr distance
n, k ,: north of Indian ,River inlet i ii place of the steamer .at about,
;'; n jeweler'for'2OOOt' ) :'.h n_I;,and '' J; mo1dng'k ee I Campi. bay for six weeks. She census'of the occupants cf the
i by a man by the name pf Head: He o'clock, when an Italian anarchist i t"
'(. the,spot w ere score* offormerly'stood. ! i irought about f oriy-five' 'employees in building*,,but it is stated that the upper .
/ _ certainly cUd not knowiwhat it was, named Lucchoni who was born
it' 11 f J1| he irtermaster's all of floors crowded with ladies
department were
1huddled'
qu Paris
ido for he whack away at It.with an ax, of Italian parents, suddenly approached
;' : theBnglishde} :, | Itandsome; ,blocks;' '.,bannd" i but luckily.it Hid not ex lode Where' horn tu'e'JlOw\\sat,.the,detention camp and stabbed her to the ,together in tenement fadhioiu ,,
:tnet'at i'sea 4mrehea.wentup'ln: ; amo e. Ce.tnedralpod.the"Adioeesq ' have Coming.'it did at'-the hour, i .
.,a" ; jtips;. .' jTiie i i lt'cante cannot be urmi5ed.' If n'Egiaont. Keys.wheretheywif: hear:. The Empress fell, got up again, supper
'.:should AI uie.the..English flag, aod'all ::.U: no: . i there are, morte':,, like it drifting abort i"o"' renain' for ,'"k or ten days" and was carried to the steamer unconscions. it is feared.'the loss of life was heavy p; :- '

Oi" ;ions were'obUge t tbjdo:so.;'No exP J Hundreds;:of;people:are h helpless; nd :I.in .the gulf stream, ,.It is] rather'.': ngerou8.rTitu8yllle he government has released the The boat started, but,'seeing the list of the injured will be long1. I i .

''i' tlons'were*made|\and:when'a Span relief"i is'being"rushed, " ,fromVancoiv -.]. err Star ' e c ante'of',the te,and as'soon, asa that the.Empress bad not 'recoverec The accepted' theory of the accident a

.j ', :'flee t
tt olt iSpainto ..hisT'marriage'
..: it -" tJ f:England,;;i ihet-\ '. twenty eight m!neter'.is:roughlyi.estimated' ,.at banked' against' the, raw-bridge orpughly and; fitted up Hotel Baurivagewhere she expired. the fumes of the'gasoline. The col'. J .

y. lishknpsunder" Howard andeantolealnte'ihe S00OOo'vvith'.ftnenrance, ,; I. 'Of\\?$ ,,,5IThe OO! !i iii'front of.Palatka' bist' wjeek. ,A'raftof foV"business.. The" Florida was formerly Another account of the asi airfnationpf lapse of the building occurred within .

the of A :
,zz sward ;ordered;oWks'creareds. n jUul.to'e, ,the; ,heaviest- .losers:.... e i iroieaufin: them" ,land had to a44 'Mobile, but]f it ia probable 'that "After Empress been stabbed says from; occupanls had,little time or chance toseeps. ,>
: Alice having
ildiogs I ion ten strrea'w4'd< be left. The iteamer .-'Pty. Mrs. snatched hertenmonthsold' '
sent a found shotcravhtugTatolheTaetjof yied she;win be placed on the {Havana runtoassist Goldberg up 1
behind the Empress walked .
the Bpanlsh. mlra2The I # Spantshi [ :t The-vaults.oftbebankbgildi, ga ing. between tat 'city :and Picolata \ in handling the business, rose onboard child in' her arms and :

.:ht J took .the hint;struck colors ;to.the, withstood I 'the-fire.-. : .: "f 1 also!, got ,caughtIn i 'the, jjpests "and ich, promises, Jo, be more .than:the ;the steamer where did phi; fellfainting' rushed for an exit, but the:child'was ;
not
: : The captain wish to
\ ';! English' .f flag,'and''w! | permitted, :, .toM '. L ? '-* .44 l ('0111(1 ,notv'get of the;.|ut, for'disa several 'hours.Inxtead ott.<''canhandie'during' -the com' put off the quay bat did'so at the request so badly injured that it died white beIng ...
itn. ; -was inj seas< Tribune.ilr. borne to a hoapitaL Btrangerr
n.,Tampa '
?
.orti-:1en'lork \ ; f The Orlandoepra; are:fall .p e ., of the Empress and her suite,
_, 1 : ', ,,."' apple/Items,. 'IUghtthey''shold:, ;;: :" I reported to ,some Ithne I ago Hhey.seem .' Hocker"amipresented 4' to there being no apprehension that she enougb the mother:escaped-' with oo* N
; : ]have.easily .in.thatfpalrtof trifling .
> +Three Churches In larid'are'pOW I for,l t'he/growers:expect ta':gut c i50, ] the, river 'wthinr.thelllast| few Jr M.- Wilson, Jr rlor his collection ofcmosltl4s was seriously hurt. The steamer was injuries. :
I \
i Nosing1telephones: ;:to I Ucn. ;the.,aged, Olit; .of, ht .re&Crc71; .and( t tb .t. months.N. .' an'i4ating relic'of the turned back before reaching the open 'SHAM' BATTLE. "

l "2DeJDbe; thosewho ate ill; and'doubtless" .. suiount-of money puf into: .circulation I : Indian war, which.he found on, the lake, and the Empress, unconsdot, The most incident ,
jGklWade. Interesting at ;
of ingham, 'C.., spentlast '
: some.of the"'larti\ The.';plan ;is WHVprove"lieyr and:rich,.blood.Inde. dIg shoe of lAkejCypre&s, half imbeddedIn was carried to the hotel on a stretcher Chickamauga Park the
'week inVPenix | and Saturday was .
.
-.. > soon:'to' be/tried In..oir 4srgercittes; I 'reviving. ,the: prosperityt'! + oi". she ; ; arts' ng tlie tsand. It J is,a,}. oT ." of sham. battle .between
r arrangement a }
. .A trsnsmitter'will be]placed 'front I *.yv_m- =t C1ty 4tlookIn: t \ I planing Te -.\. being'larger, than 'the The president of Switzerland and Gen..A. P..Stewart 'late of the
I mill; Which l her recta to 4oYe'there ,
; '
"l and : t The phosphate-business'' Florida' horn anderidently.belonged:
.-aw? .ofthe"pulpit: anq her'beiore:the I *, ; other members of the Government Confederate in Which he sought : ..
Mr. Wad
ttendedthe army
.k'.iff.iehoiTi. : ; These 7-will: 'bej sonnected F ,by. 'a $>:at Fort WhiterRye! nevrplants: are of MOn,the* ' '" meetingschool' to 1'''man ,wbo'toka, pride in his were stunned with horror and grief i in 'miniature to produce the famous -
: to'' -." beng} : and,Will"be'inirnnnin l patronsthelumber ? .,publ, -, 'at .the'new
'', :maio Wires L a P.W ,- o dt.RrgWg -WP while..there"and ffered t \ furnish when reached the palace barge of the Confederate troops on .

; wires,, the; ,v. < lume" bl',soumt i or (exitithiriy.daj I ei; Then'an ear for school'\' b I if 2ifrtJ .name, that the Empress o beloved by all enodgrass JIll during -the,battle of '

:- '.''will ,be"diatrlbuted'' the' different Plants,nowjrunning' . ,in a radius'ofiflvmiles \ ,: til % drigj "F k t V ,, Johnsn. / ..IHe. eras ate Europeans( ; had fallen victim; to an Chickamauga+ failSfiX The Second Ken-
he
would waIt
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4- ;subscribers., 't Some of |ur Uteller'paa-; i of that' ,place':and the phosphat! the/miliif'willJuinberjio about'25i;" red.feeVof his tndin} .cout,'-who"fought in the Semi: assassin ..within the {borders of their tacky regiment.furnished the, men for :

,, ; toia;wIll1 be _bttpd" stand;sun if people'eay 'that- they':rare'. "contractingaT5.i6 *erect ej ; note|war., and. .waslost,, in"1S48, It being country.. They Immediately arranged the mimic fight, and the lines were ar-. 'i t" -

.,t4; they WIIk. to'-tie'righ= 1.: interpreted; :per.ton. ,.foe', efr..outihrlluezt id. The citieni t: e' buildlnfkproposvery: |uppoBCd.1 :'"he;:ws4i'1'' ','-,d'y the. to' 'hold ah extraordinary hged_-to.exactly;accord with thos' 11 -_

: '! ThL,3.rthev""pisa'present 11l1.11I ltp'which; the ;earl 4h,:: t :\ tnis,' :' te'fu1.for IndiaW'I Ike' :Cypress is i large, bq council n .Sandsy-mbrning III1Oredrear ftf;the reai >ittle. .
offejf, Twill.\\Watt:011. ; .
generous
] *.. The_ heavy and, 'continuous, iainaabouDFnnlak"Spring' shallow I lake,:end on"this'.sceounf.Isbeing' to..on er', the':measures:*,to+ take -
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=: : :
til r.Ur,=Wadq haa r.: mill a .l'heniz;
1 :
;:};F : .. : ./ - :, 'fiMisa r ; ; have interfered r y e ,1 } 'I i \ not eaaly'dangerows+i, it* eery against the assassin'. The latter must WILL BTM.FOB GOVEENOB.rrheodore Y

,, ;, "f i ''Harrington' '', chool-teacher-, _> 4 ronald blr'mtb *be.ing .1 ,aT-t ;.tggJobnson] ,'a I negro:lirfng "on'theMeginniss : sous ,q'a!;:wind.j JTh probabiliry' b* biedjaecofding: to the_ vtatutes.of (. Roosevelt authorized. t.Col .

': .. ; .Haiuais;::had.'C[-terriUesbattle,:','with <_a -;and parking of'the.tobacb'O 'crops. place tit6 injles,wei of,the that, .e. was, .:,caped'sad: ,drowned the antoI'in' which the crime wascoarmitted ttk aimonncement:that he-win"accept :' .

=- l; wildLcat.on+ : .the.SmoJty/Eijer.She' olKWTedrt Laird,'BroaVlwre.';about ,t rtt aWes flty,'took his wife and' baby tocbqrch while. : wa ing;'this|lake. ,There;;are which:forbid capital< pun the;;nomlnatlon\foT Goremor: of'Nei. J: -.1."- -

--;',. f. the ferorious beast,attacking' aysouagftalf"Ih undemeultitmtlon.. Jlea rv:McQuarrie Inst night., ,Soon some- one:rushed t ,Into old,.w,ttleni.down'the:river-'who r re- Ishatand, ;;make life Jmprisonmeni York "should (be:tendered to,hlin,by- f-_ .;

l a*iI 'her: ftthx'' i;:herd.; ;bat and ilorrison's,'eiperiment jbare:slab the church'and jtold: .him:}iis'house membered" the. circirlnrtncet of Del the most '.evere penalty'that con be coneatwti'af'tite-party'to: : 'beheld" W"

p.,, ;".a.laett- ; ,,-roach ,ii t'M"*..J. cat been. .;very_;p1'Omialfti. .' ,. : .t j'Z ;.. .'wa r.. .;"1tW1.11" : lAft. .andthef. t1 era dl u : -jreftd: imposed.-" t .V? .. -' at.,SaTtogar, ,,.

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i ARM GRO ' GARDEN: >< can bel He( ha's' corn in hI" : serve toe public we to 1 as to work+ fertilizing and planting in IF .
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.qr1' crib his meat in this moke house JI enhancelthe public intee t season lies the secret of profitable '

lard, hw syrup and his sugar in hl, lating for the state I farming.-C. B. McQuarrle, in Farm c : rx: -

M iTEKS THAT WIUL'' INTEREST pantry, his milk ind his butter in hi* duty to' economize with the state's Review and Settlers' Guide. : -
AND AID BOIL' TILLERS. .
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dairy, his:, cows' and his pigs for supf money as we would v ith d own. i .

Correspondence of Experienced lien ply of meat' as necessity demands, his, When fed" from the public crt not to Phenomenal Grape Trait !arees' j p r'

Vnd Interesting Extracts From fowls to supply toe table with delica eat more, at least than wh n supplied From the Florida (Agriculturist. I II

>ur Agricultural Exchanges Cong ties and for seasoning aa tastes! de| trot our own table. 1 .While 7
visiting a n ighbor yesterday rPL
Our Farm Crops. sire. How different it is with the\ There is a future before the industrious I %
) saw a grove I thought your :
i mechanics, the smith, &the salesman] ,' energetic, econo cal,). enterprisIng readers might be glad to know about.

;, Economy on the Farm and .the or others+;, that depend upon their' farmer. Just how far that future This man is one of the stayathomekind J 11'

Home. daily labor for subsistence and haveil'ot is, depends upon the action and and '
takes care of his belongings, ...1d"
i I''believe Borne 'system of economy the benefit of a farm life. In the determination of ever: Ind vIdual. as proved by the
appearance of his I
shoe Id be taught and practiced in case of panic whe no employment fa He may draw it near or\ he may ex- :place, which looks like somebody J{, ki r4aF ..

ever t|r hon*hold Every government found for these anu' others of like tend the distance. I I Ii Jived there. f ;

should] be run economical Thedemocratic professions they ire put to strafhs i Then, lejt there be nerd 'life and a 0
\ One ri
year ago last Christmas this
'system of levying tax that farmers can steer clear of. quickened ;energy inspiring the soul : 1
set ,
man out his from .
torn government, economically administered Before leaving this part of my subject of every farmer until he feera and grove regular
nursery stock trees these no'Whave
la right and proper. but would like to give my opinionof ees> new interest in his calling' Un- ; trees '

a that method of a protective tariff to cotton raising. Cotton is now il others! realize! an'd appreciate his fruit on, some hanging very full :} '
All are citrus trees of ; '' .. (l'
most them
protect the i institution of a part of more universally used as an article of eal worth to the country, eeteemhim < 1r

the country 5 ts class legislation, Unjust clothing than: any ping else. This I n public benefactor lone whose Silver it is'Cluster Pomelo, or grapefruitas ttJ. $t1 ''. .

and should be dtecouraged.Thfe Southern country Ian yield cotton life has been a blessing to! his fellowman commonly called. 7 "Q/J"h .,.vi
There are citrus
'subject which I am appointedto more abundantly than than any and an honor to his bod. Read many trees-in this :
before section fruiting on two year buds, ltt 4' "i
dismiss today should always engage other; the :Southe er knows more Louisiana Farm ers, Institute but most such .. ., .".
the attention of farmers and, in fact, about planting and how to cultivate by O. L. P. Wren at Minden are trees that had been ; '' ..,. J'
set in "
groves which for reaiOi -"
think there it better than other people and --F: some Ar7
of one. Indeed I any ,
q every \ the ,
I owner desired to. change the
U \[subject that can' be more appropriate ought to make It c caper than any va- '
no For
September.If \ riety of. On such trees here om1or.1! Time
we have saletyl Quict Lo
to{ suit the present times other. Then why should he not we want our farms to pay ui for had three crops set this season. One lla(88L.( .

and tl Vs locality; the northern portion raise itBe should terse it, but to o r -time, and money invested Infer(\ from the regular early spring bloom, Finest Cuisine and Service Ho Transfer Between Jacba2rrU1...i* ...';. ,. .

oflour state. To carry out the old do so succ Mfu..y it must cost him tilizers, tools, etc., we must see to the fruit 'from which is t and New Y or.' ._ 1.lA'. ..1' , .:'
less than he can Bell |t for. Let him now practically \ . < .. .
democratic and Bible doctrine of owing .
It that
( we keep the routine work| composed
up full The
The Fleet is of tat follow
L live at home'on the of his grown. second crop me Handsome New Steel ffJUsmsnr = '
products
no man anything and running it around with the
asl comes Reasons: from bloom which -COMANCBg" '
appeared on wellcared (newALOOHQTJ1K. "mOQ'O'OIB.ucmmo1C .J'
farm, meat and bread : .
farm on a strictly cash basis this never buy to month after month. Those of us who for .
trees .
during the dry spell $ --3EffiNOLL..4-
: year has been certainly tryingmf'n'a to make cottoh., While\\ every farmer -make a speciality of fall arid winter in +'May. This fruit Is NORT$-BOUND. 'J., .\ "
now.about half ''II:
aoufe. There is an old adage should have plenty of i lock, there can must have everything'l nn.dl Steamers are appoint to ail acconttac to tfce.-tidaw -e'':; .M I
t crops grown. The third from July From Jack onvtlle Kla-. (canine at Charleston) Boadars '
,
crop
;; i i the truth of which has been thoroughly be no economy in having a supera ToeBdars sail *bandar
way by the beginning of the bloom' which From caarlestoo.a. t.11/.... ...NNN..1/1...11.LYondays, Wsdiktsdays sad rrUajr*,
1 bundance. I had a to came when the rainy For hour of aniline lee Ofd Line schedule. or JacksenvUte ;fr
,1 4 verified to my mind vii: neighbor tell month. First in the list of field and Cbarlsston oaiUss. J ,
crops season had 4 '
} ''Necessity( is th* mother of inven- me a abort> while ago \that be had to fairly set in, and, is now gOUTH-BOUND. .
I\ Is crimson clover. Few farmers give growing rapidly. Steamers are appointed to sail from Fler.22,.,Jut: River,, Nw:Tork, ''at">$ paL:; ;; as;
of for fear .
ofr keep a superfluity; \hogs follows
relate
tions. Allow me to a little this the : '
it .
the to son e disease should attack and kill crop place deserves on the These trees are all strong and For Charleston S. C.,..........................:.....Mondays, Wedassdays,and Trlday: v
y experience present year farm, for it is a very valuables crop in healthy, and have For JacksonvUle. Flm., (calllnr at Charts .
had ton) ICaadays
show how necessity will enable one half of them: I contend thin is a mistaken only such care ; Wsdassdars rodPyars': ,,,, af

to dodge considerable expense if It fdea. '..'.he more one has the plowed every way.and(Land thoroughly for it &houldl harrowed well and as I should write properly this that the be given readers all of groves. Nl'w .SonthDrn)i
Enroand
Glydo
and
does not teach him economy. At thebeginning more susceptible of din ase they are; made as mooth as possible; an application : yourvaluable LiIlBS.
journal
may realize in. this
t ',of the the hands on he taKea less caret th m. If he has about ,

, " \' I my place! had, consumed year aH they had only enough to supply the demand phosphate of and potash 4ciOpounds( to the acre of acid will section to twelve at least, the long wait, of ten r HEIGHT 'ONLY.' ) '' ....- :;.: ,.,.
\ and some die he ''f ed remainder years for fruit from orangegrniyigsjis (Ca1UD -at Charleston 8..C. both % '" .
can
',. made last year: anu came: to me fort prove a good I / ways.) y"Steamers"
s Applies. 1 I commenced supplying: more highly, growJh i a lon -etL and Investment" no longer necessary under Appointed to salt as Follows:. B :I
ito >0
shbld
ot 8Uine cow peas be .modernsyltems af culture. Prom Foot of Hogan street.'3ae.lOnft11e. From L Wharf" ' .,.
anorhave wjs B
tatter _
: of I
omething 'to eat but irjankjy.would' : necessary quantity THUK8DAY8., .. .
mixed
i in it as the clover plant via very PR ug, tI
,
tQld the '- 1 teT'them meat. Instead of having a large number C..Irvli .
tender when youngl"ILnd apt ,,to get :
<, have bread and meat. I should 'only of brood sows scattered over the burned up if a hot dry spell shoal The --e1.'fDEI I IVER. LI.N'i E. > -

j' j \ furnish them with barely enough range which he seldom sees, let everyone strike it, and peas.will shade it until Deadly Cigarette. O>E BABY JLQOCJJACKSONVllXB. ; .. _. !
have few well selected and It is well known that the nerves are FAiJWKA. ..8.UII'OItD.f . -i ,
8i
.tJ. clothing, |tc.. to carry them through it gets a good hold, and at the first ...;.urr : ; \ .
,
. -.' winter and spring but 'positively keePthtm\' where he can' give them frost ''they will die down out of the directly affected by cigarette smoking I F.RMEDIA.1J LANDINGS .OK THE ST. JOHNS KTVZS. !.'K :i'. :, _

.: nothing more until July. No objec- his ally and individual attention way. 1 -doubtless;>> more so -than by the Steamer **Hany 0. Day '" ., ;

: tion. All did 'their trading early In then lie will noon learn Low to estimate ordinary cigar or super-fragrant pipe. ; -, ;; .
Rye should be\sown the end of, '
\ by But it be W. A. 811&.. '"'. 'T.
: : \ the year. [\ A. one Rat and another the number he can raise and may generally understood Capt. J >
this month
if .t
possible, a coat of .*
green
be that nerves of the teeth Is appointed to sail as follows '' !-
was coming to town for the amount of pork can xpect .from are actually r .
: corn i't
on the land!, winter will
:
rye during
J temptation trade became them anmially. killed by this Indulgence. It appears Leaves ......Tuesdsyt and Saturdays at IM A,.& .
\, \ : very Another lack of prevent washing during heavy rains, from the testimony of a Brooklyn Leaves Banford.....-........ .......... .........:"Monday* and Thnrsdaya'at1S' : : / p." a.; Jl.
on
': 1 strong, ana daring the month of eoonom SouthI .
'
it I also
. 1 eonserveslertillty\ of the soil dentist that this ia GENERAL, PASSENGER AND TICKET: OFFICE. V* WS8T'BAT 8T .'1f-:
the
JAtDC
4 March the iicry,, commenced Boas, I ern farms and in their households is case, and that """ ,.
: by holding the plant: food elements SOHVILLI r /0- '.
'' : ,'
.. would ] to trade '" .waste. I rememtier all iny life to young men are not.the only sufferers.In .
\ .like < '
"You can't'I' have heard. thIs said: What the at least one instance he discovered' I Bowline Green New 'torfcTHEO. H F." Y.. IRONMONOEB'Jr", "(_ p.' ':, o.il.T-
before I
\ \
:b \ July, replied. The 201 W..t Bq Bt.-Z&CUoI "
: I 'pea crop should be cut this lin the O. EQEB, T. M-. SDe,. ,
: "I Southerner. throws the Yankee: course of his professional service 'JNO, .1. HOWARD 811
am bound to harqsomething; away; t.
( month \lit is best not until 6BouneOrevN.w'Tor.WM. I
to wait the
\ thai 7GOt. JIo za It.! .l 1L .'
,1 hain't had |i9. tobacco for a, week; would- \live. on." The frnuliri. our orchards are too young lady of high charac- -. '!. ., e

'jJ .. i\ can'twork IwlQ.out'! tobacco. .I told : is often let I'!ile ;and trot, which done pods after the, ripe.podarget Cutting well should filled be er, one, of his personal acquaintances P. CLYDE & CO.,, Oeh'l.t Age ..... '

C.F not 'worth wfcile to multiply words. when; not convenient! to let them go in >me of her teeth in this manner. .. '
the vines
curing for
hay, -care must
An 'continued' to Work until Jane, .and, eat It.. ,Garden' vegeta es, after taken immentlng upon the frequency with .. ...
be. not to have them into too '
when one comets up, "Say, Boss June booming worthles: $s, for(.table use, hick dead nerves are found -in the would seem thai In comparison with tore of. .a> fad kepi up. prejudice, a
heat
and
great fermentation
.l \ row",. what-about ;Ihaf trade' and shouldbe.fed, to stock. Tie crumbs because hit cause teeth of young men, he said: "The result -corn the advantage js largely on the against our home products 'Our,mean .
does will '
:* .. another, 4
\ them shoes thing" you promised the little' ones are" swept'Int the Arend feed Uones or mules bea d to all dentists for a long time or' even his sweet potato ..Taking [I'bassos more than ever before, said. lit-

r t her lu..1une.. They all wen: ,know burned when I the', fowls in the cause of,, the salt petre thus formed: i ibeIng' but the cause has been a mystery until up the comparison by the', acre [tie complaint.is coming from,,the eon, T

\\ I did not, but "July.So the yard could be kept fat on th a dangerous. irritant to. theurinary very recently. For years the nerves and the Illinois 'farmer raises 'about sumer. It'is because moat of. the c% ; h x:

} I work conUn ai smoothly on until : That farmer wb'!'ddpends! on.. 'buying organs.The o teeth In every other way perfect one ton of corn per I acre6-e little ars'are sold,as "clearavans"goodri. ; ,

,t t', July Now, I hate been supplied! : commercial fertilizer altogether, hay crop should' be all cut and b ive been found dead. A careful exlination over thirty-five bushels; the per'cent. and the eonkmnercaknot ieU'the difference. --

a \ with clot ( some. prospect'for. and lets that In the barn ,.yard and secured in October daring Is this\ month; hay cut a of the dead nerve found Ina of stareh ti large, being dxty-Ave'and .. -.u.they were sold.aa,.domestic : {'
< the
neveiv-as good as !
a crop, aH one made to feel. happy coin penn.go to waste: may succeed in unexpo&ed 'tooth recently revealed. five-tenths or 1283 pounds, from they"acre ,we.''.suppose nbt'so many would be.consumed. .. 4
find a small oust in the exchequerat making: big crops, but his lind, will August Std September article; our U. < 'fact t that it had been poisoned by for his ton of corn.; The-entire The correspondent. oa the 1'
\ farmer don't give the the> attention ' ,- "-
the'beginning of the ;year haft held soon be exhausted ,and his pocke'teiMpted. crop ; nicotine, ami''hereby the mystery referred product of an acre brings, say, 25 matter says: < .
deserves .J'
it
J it is made aridyet
easily
; ,
t out much farther than It couldother, .. AKthe subject of fertilizers to was solved. Nicotine,:poisoning cents, per bushel or $8.75. One IlunBred The*amount of fine slorida'tobaaco: '
;thousands ;
of tons are allowed to '
\ wlae have done. In fact, the great will be ably 'treated by another, with from. cigarette smoking is killing and fifty bushels of sweet potatoes which \beea'shown: here'"recentlyis ;
rot in
the"fields .
..strain it has ,bien to me ..this year to this short notice I will pass an. ,: every-year.Ratabaga the :nerves in the teeth of smokers. Is only a fair crop; and allowing doing":much.tor,"obliterate''the footIsh'and '.

hold to a casa basis and to supply .Theh .most"vafluable lesson now to be < turnips should, be + It 4 'a most serious state of affairs, twenty.fiTe'per: cent of starch, the unnatural: prejudices; that.:
a studied and learned the this months If turnips were not sown al .Ugb mist people wl' not under :product of In starch would '
.. the necessary emanda of the .farm by ,Southern in should : an acre be long have militated against the use of
f and home. has. .frequently brought to farmer Is a, sound systemof[economy August ;-they be p t''a t eta d'. They think a dead Itooth is as .2,250 pounds, for which the factory domestic stock'in"the mamrfacture- ofhigh

f .\ toy mind toy.ote of the old and the practice! of it. JLet us milk once. Those Will of find'a our,,' farmers who have good &3' a live one :whey will find i should pay $15.30. If It does pay 18 grade'cigars* It .ia'an-aphoriam: .*: '
drunkard and John study to utilize-to .advantage I cows : good patcpi (say thel -mistake some day. Selected.i :cents bushel or $6 ton' the
son ,' which I everything two per per thatt'smokeia.buT the label:and'not'r: "
acres) |of rutabagas /veritable. ,
i will .relate,; by way of illustration, we possess,endare: !! citizens godsend the / i : Florida farmer gets $27 per: acre the, ..cigHr, :-'.and riiPia"no""l. sst true1. ;'tost;.r*
t during winter month \ .. ,
'rc > though it may. appear .ft little '.episodic of a'great country.\ Our farm products when greed feed 1 Cassava and Potatoes against $8.75 Tor. the corn grower. 1V\\ a large number of cigar' manof acurers"'\-'" t' -

: 'The old .nian, like ,many others /may be" raised J i\ .lilt 1 less) cost of all kinds want In 10f scarce. Turnips A.\widespread interest is being taken will be said that the cost of growing look; for':name: and locality; :rather- .

M Of his class, 'had "strained his .credit oar stock, yes animals f.all pnds, a .phosphawfertlUze.r today in the subject of starch an acre of sweet potatoes far ..exceeds than. quality;; In selecting leaf. Jhls-: R, '
600 <
to
e boutil W, would bear,became very can be taken cafe of. cheaper and be 800,.pounds per acre, plants Ia Florida. The papers are that of growing one of .corn, 1i-amlataks''Sor-which: they.are''oe-1: : : '
at least. let
.' thlratyfor.Llsfdvorite-beverage and disposed ,of at better profit, thSan. In that Here', mei! made the remark publishing hints'.of 'one,, or more enterprises but is it. over three times as. great? ginning, stone., :disco rasa,'>whick # '

said to, his son; ':John, take.t.hIa jug any 'other'eountry; th' ./.bllzzanfa of rirver' :\Btingin' ss In'fertll1zlng. intended to me cassava. A We .have used the sweet potato. in five.or six }lean:ago was',considered' .
; and and the North-west;that kUTso manV and pays.'Onions factory at DeLand is already "under comparison because its is better '
? go get roe some whisky. I culture fit 'vale ;for: eatport. or for;"'theTeryx ._
for
' John 'picked up he jug,and hi.,hat hot, ''dry climate- and" lack of Ijrtiter transplanting shouldbe way and-lle1da.-of.eatllSaft are growing known than that of cassava, and. lowest grades.of ef&'anJa' today: ,receiving -. "'-' -r a1 i ,

'and said: "Fa ler,' 'where fe the in the South-west.that Starve so many: 'put In thIs/month, also cabbage for its utoe. Some interest is aSso taken because webelieves It costs far more aa .moch respectful'attention,' d

.money?" Said' tie 'old man, "John, others our, country knows nothing of. seed should be sown this month,, bat in sweet potatoes for' the same'gar to false, than that does. The cost of as any;other-crop of.American, tobacf

uv ". .enybdd J::'.ean :,ge'hlsicy[ with the Yes by'thepricueeofa' : ; properj; system not for a.main' crop that should harebeen ioee. The above factory advertised raising cassava up' to digging. should co. Connecticut and 'PennsylvjHiia. *vri

money,.but'I vait.to.iee: 'yon get Jti of economy:, .the farms: ofUthe done/in ,August.. ,All the. kale, that \it would :take, all of the latter; not differ much from corn Havana seed are recognized factors'ofs

without'he;-mpne i "..-John proceeded South, tram the wel1.t.o-do in.his family should! be planted toward the ,t.ootild get ,this fall. The prospect? When we in Florida get ,right. downto the. market for home conumptlon;land ; .
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t on;: hisJourney'; 'come'reluctance. ly.mansion to ,the moat humble.peas- latter part of the month, and here, aeerna\ favorable that one'or both of raising cassava asa field crop :vve Florida-is; today being .subjectedt ,
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,t; ttndyaoon"finding!" Is;effort ""tain re- an ,in his tenant&cabin, ire tile't let m;hnpreia upon all farmers the these, "'crops may come into great will find.first, that It must be.planted to as. careful an examination'aia,ererr. .

*turned.,and. sett I t (jug.-down ,by, his independent; people In the.'wprld.poor ; ; 'e superiority 'of)i the kale over the collard prominence as staple products of the in fail,or winter; like sugar cane, .sa was accorded to' (Havana ThU'la..,sjl- y,.

father .The. old' :took'.np'thle''jurl] ; tenant upon<< : Southern ;:fthataes'eeonomy'can'1ireha for: greens, they are 'extraordLfyary \- state. , planted it will make roots In the cool that can be asked for.lt., .If it la suitv ... ,-

r gavejlt '.hake. '::; '"John,1 ; ;' ; er: tender and deliriously,, sweet, :As. regards the,.sweet potato little weather, possibly a warm,seasona able for our manufacturers; ifvlta. .:

; '" there ,b. no ,,-w1d. In 'tbU, jug! than he can:'anywhere etee.. lie,h"4s a ,'a&i1y"D and will stand any degree has' ever been done in the way of few shoots may be seen and a frost taste, burn and stoma will compare

II" 'Father," replied John, ."anybody I comfortable house to lice In: a gar' e. 'of rot that will come. along; shipping to other markets: as they nip them but as there are plenly of favorably with the'standards we.have':. ";','

} can! .drink, whisky.hasvwhlsky iut:of a ,,jug that a trnolC'peteha'sve;:::: 'of;- ter.c' never gets tough like the' collard.andwill ire easily raised BB far north as Ohio buds others will come, and so planted set op,.why'should the tine ie and pUse;_\. .

In 1t,., t 'I want to seer I wood: .'a11 free'. ., have yield far Wore plans per., acre. and the taste:of Northern people.rejects -' the plants 'win be of .such size' by of its growth stand In its way" Ot -

'm :drink whisky at of:a jag that I cows,, ':fowls: "which .theycan, I st 'Those that contemplate' ctefliing the! syrupy tmber-grown South. Jane-as to shade the ground and require :. course" there-. are' a good and a bad v f ;' 7

basso 'whl ky Jn..1 J; I _expect ..thereart I little cost; Via"another z'ra new. land this :winter, should I deadentheir The drier: mealy .aorta like Nanse- little or no work in the rainy Florida,.just' aa there'la a difference. .- ';- -

i }::other' farmer han'.myself Wet lesson/ofecon: al :'t timber ntow'if not already done mends Jersey are preferred and season. Probably we will ,also find in the,quality of leaf raised on.the Is- -

found a difficulty;;th s::year, In trying ,,be' ?taught onthemethod: if 1,feeding. timber 'deadened iAngnt and September are. In market almost the whole year; that all fertilizing most be on the surface landed Cuba. ITo. one 'thinks of condemning . '

"'.to geinjeney out of i :'depleted parse. farm ajilanabi. \;:Some:feed;i their_ hqr- '. is generally< '" -ready to cut. down. ; so\!the market here being confined to only,, and the culture, be Wry Havana; because a, poor"" ,lot --t-
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.like.'- that of7lhepat kes 'with '"com :once _c. gy.. 'only,, t I and" .barn' by T Christmas U-t nearby towns Is easily stocked>> and shallow with' the TOWS on 'low;beds o t1tsloaaDl :makes its ;appearance.;\ ;o.; t

\ 'year;press. llrectly upon the night..O! |bed'ball'. : -.J' inr ,keep! r By the end r! the'month preparation farmers do' not .at present grow.. ,a like cotton. ; for two reasons,: the 'Why Is the same rule not nppllcsble"R; { #

.., . 'farmer, yet be, of::Another:classes' ooraalwayelnthe:. trtugbe.' ...I_. for:;the' pat'! crop' should be w&IIunderway large surplus.Should plants mm have a dry location and to. Florida, Wisconsin, Connecticut J... "

,bn:ht. to, T>e able" 'to' hold =out the 11:eve 'neither,of.: tnese' methods __ as' we; don't glow; wheat these projected enterprises soil and must be so grown as to be and Pennaylvaniat- swallow.does., _..

,- .i' y nomical": t bast\}or.'the horaei'but'l I in Florida, oats: 'have to' i cupply Its prove'sue sasfuX:.a arfd'ee8ebd: Is,possibly easily and: cheaply dug.. On well not make, a aun mer..n: th.er'; '.dOesa; :'

+' the rod net* : breeent'-yesr o him beefed!: ythree; times i place and the sooner-they are put in \;,open to&the sweet potato grower. adapted soils its.yield win be ;,found: : single package of tobacco:prove rre-: .

Mre on-then': :,. ear.,..;,I??,:d o day! giving:him'eltherjhy. iiMBSure,,. the/: ground "after"mol weather Cassava Jsa: plant .not ion' swellis ] much, greater than sweet pots toes. vokably 'what a certAin. locality can;," '

:not Wtah:to:t \ Ur mind:with com(,Just' .'What. hft needs to eat' better.- :Winter:or-sprung sown oa known bt t.,richer: In starch, andori- ? ;Wemay look for A yield at least do:'In; the matter.of;tobacco cultureaianufacturers *- ::: .

"the;: 'ldhobby- iOn(andilayftlameof inea>:,fretjuently';chaagIng'-hli, :fix: never do 'well' in this section and "it Isa suitable and?* far; 'more productive: one-half greater and a eultureupeime : ,. therefore who are ;:; "

r the, of farm-- and the- o"wm..keep In bettercon ':waste .oi ,seedJarid' time to try *V than1 the -tafadand; has been raised! nearly-or quite one-halfl, eaa overlooking :or, :.wilfully pa&dnby /
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jog In the;: : tbon.'niaktng\ ; i Utia 1e1s'lIable eolic:and 'othe .. We, dd.'inicaneluaibn sncceed In'' .Florida 'almost .exclusively 'as a with 'a starch content- of one-sixth to tha.opportunities: :latent in domestic, ; '

there ':haa:been : "
and4rTittenTon;; bj et..to' conTlnce L. J II' !1 :aucxxtisfal.facmer_ ,:: .....:;drabtleBpracticeii thoughtful. ; and careful planning'' ia farmers grow ,'it;"for sale in .market of:the Florida versus the corn growing '; ostrich' \wl5o' hidea his head In tobx .-< :;

any:rational mlo 1 as to what IS acme. : system of:economy"on,, necessary, as.it does 'not pay tot goat and in 1 winter it ."is regularly on sale :famenr of the, North iliows.very! sandand; .imagines, because ,he .does":f" :;-' .

.rlghtt'but I'do vvhhto -'press'on the,|his:!arm;and .in."hla 'family, 1 etwb ,. \ '.anything .in a ,1.apb8.zard [manner. In the ,stores, being:psed by the Cuban decidedly'to"the advantage. of Florida;: not and wUl!,not see, he is likewise 1a-..
mind jpf every:farmer the neceasHy Is best suited tq onemaynotbe prac'tical We can as e l1y.J'n'oToarry ion an all end'snkhpeoPle.; t; -- t,1'I visible f ;. (The
ofll st- ;home_ :, iet. him. ntfee ';for ;another, 'henCe,.' iiorgeneral: the'year" (fanning;: system and mot have The. cassava. unquestionably yields, a(ti Growing Appreciation of Florida L4 exhibited'iiere.islexcellent.; :; Wera jt-1 .

r :every lag: :necesBary? o:' live'',.on ;.at rule. 'w1H! always- ="Pply.; '*;: >eBeveeconomy our! soil:lying: "idle hall the time;.Bnt. superior .'starch'_ -' :lnAfar: ''percentage. .. 'J" 7 :;. 'tt.,Tobaceo' :' J called, 'something;_'else., .whleh':;we/*

t.... 'Ile'can:do.It, ex" Jept' ".a ear.'ar; whontd'.DOtOI1Iy: betanght;;:,: t to ,do";:..ltiBueceasfnlltwe'muat., '.j!' \ ., plan. .' If tt' jduif.be; grown>i:a4 ''eUvereidVto: ,-.A'JCaiicsgo: ,correspondent'F of.T, {J M".- :would not'like to!mention, IV'would' ..,

l w 'Uelea_ af clothing,sad'can' ny. ketbtmpiof :; iritli'eaaaaliprbnt'int:: 1 ;the"school .room, ahead. %Erery farmer''should\ \know' the faetorleji sufficiently. .low prices co.Leaf''expresses himself trathfullyrn be: bought without,.*;quibble--" whi:

1a: .:In ix ) :/ mea'gency,"as'iinjrthfwar. d3id d ur:- from_ >:the. ,pulpit, ;jn_legMatlve halls what lie la.going,jk :follow his present., an enormous d1Zm7.k to be.opened I !*--recentjssaejbf: :' \': rre not u7.1t.ior:whaUa Is,: 7T.1tn.c lis .'=

."\ '!TWs"leon' i- -r the. first,. andin.eerywalkof; Iffe It.. should.bJp [growing.crop" With.111t' ,'md'th8n'ne' : : up .totFloriha. ..[farmers, ;dtt the. present gard..lI1gOurdomeSiic SObaceol: :".! mealts;maanfactusetbecsa.e'ot: lit; _

'u.:" ;step, t "practical. "economy, \. on;: 'the. 'our-:.aim 16 practice'- 'economy:not only crop ahead would-be' better; :::'Foi, ',tim"U>e' great! starch ;;plant;;,'of J :'W can.see::the'#aate quality,_ and:sell the,product fdr'.er'. '! \ .

... '1;,..<'" 'Jarus-, Hie :hoi lnt d out .acii..'s. In".pTiVat. ;: :0.t |aifcif*:\, :our-;efforts' '' "'':to""' 'J t'r''tatloti'ot'cropsvjadicibus,' -..of -' H planning,. ; this ,.country:'h. Indian ,corn,:.and l Jt .f.( at i.Tabaecoshasbee_ ;, V:';actly. what. ..itpuTpprt; ; t fa h". .?, -- . , "
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? HOUSEHOLD. jelly tarts with the enat not yet cool- WITH THE JOE, RCI BEGAN AT THE TOP. POnola 1 t.1 t' -""'"'

ed.-Boston Home Jc il. I ,. ParsonYonug man, in order to Ntirseriesl, : : 't

'. Little Items by ,People and Paper. sueceed. in any undertaking in, life -
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j: LADY READERS The Summer Girl. Who Believe that to Laugh U to you' must begin at the bottom and ijal\dsoJ1\e 1899 Catalogue -1 I ,:. ,i: ;"

,' i The Bummer girl'a eportawomanshe be Happy Clipped With \ and work up.Yonug. "What to Plant and HOW to Plant t ft." ,r .,. .-

9 : plays golf, she swims She rows, Without 'Credit. j Man- /That was not my father's -
:: Hatters Pertaining to the Home I Tells all about their Immense stock of i ,; fip: .
t Heips and Hint for the House-i she rides horseback,I and her Wheel, I motto. He began at the top and '
"a; JJOT : I worked down.ParsonAnd. Fruit Trees for Florida Plat\
wift-I'rom Kitchen to ParlorThe. and walks many mile*. I want to give UNIQUE. j\ .
4L little "Madam," the made a failure of it, \ '1 i <,
spoken
her .
a of advice. She paid
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Plrtaide. piece can
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S "I not an hobo!I' no doubt? p laf tin and Over 5. bn s ror ,
L I never be as attractv* -. her grand rump am ordinary g CUltiyatlnlf IJame. Handsome Photographic IUultalJOult! and Views,
y \ A Baking k'Oh, i dot\ know," said the lynx Young Man-'Not on your life! He making will it a veritable Album ofSou'be n Fruits aDd r lowers, This Handsome <'
Weekly mother. I watched (['a ribiel among i be sent-dUFlw application trend for a copy It will Interest you If you are u love
eyed housekeeper, as she made a fortune digging well .-Chicago of fine ';
More money may be wasted in mar lye takes notes.) hat summer at the leisurely

keiling unwisely than in tiny Other> 'ashionable wa.ter1ngplaceeimd t\ in took down her husband's gun f om I News OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK. I ;' -

'w' 1, nave visited at where Fair. I the wall., "you're about the same!, asNie ,
; way. places Vanity saw many lovely girls, I All star-lard riilctlrs on either x
roast veal for dinner was followed by I but when th<.y dressed and <-me into rest of 'eui. You can work, put I DOUBTFUL MEANING. ORANGESi 1 GYtrua Trtfollata.. 'Rweet Sour {IORANGES' \
'Sir' said the "I orange stocks _... .... ,
you won't. Uit" And he gat.-Vjim. I stranger, am an '
veal cutletB for breakfast and veal the ball room in th evening with !

,chop for;luncheon yet the meat waa their white gowns on, their faces artist.' "So?" queried the other. Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliata'Stocks, a Specialty '. ,
t'' t I What sort? Razor fiddle, brush, \ ; "f
:, not bon &_t by the quantity: nor had hands and necks did not compare DeFunlak Springs. Fla., April SO W.Messrs .
E. O Painter & Co.. Jacksonville, snow shovel, bar, pugilistic, or IPE1CHES i AU the .best, tried and testedvariztlea. | no-1
mothers'
with their
the Anted calf been kilted for any beside them. f Over 00.00 peach tree. {{ PEACH <; '
When I got your<< "Simon Pure Tomato" I stage?"-New York Wocld.BREAK.Ju.'iO I fn stock.. .. .. ( L w [
4i returning prodigal. The housekeeper I They were too independent to take .fertilizer 1 thought It was a long price; to I I. elf
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J had merely seen real at the marketeach any ,thought t or care for their com- pay for it. but 1 am beginning to find out I Plums, Pears. Persimmons Fig!, Mulberries, Grapes !! ;
that in this case at least. to buy tM most EVEN. I and other trails and flowers adapted to Florida Planting proportion t '' lt-
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time and ordered because "it plexions and they looked sunburntand expensive Is practicing true economy, tor Sallie Gal-Did Jack steal 1

;s, looked V). mcc" never thinking of the yellow enough and red looking; my ahead tomatoes of anything fertilised else with yours The plants is tar I a kiss from you in the Huggins conservatory -Over_ 100 Varieties, '. of- --Choice- --Field-Grown -Roses.-- t ,, y '

' former ikeate.jfollowj while their mothers who had been started to growl quicker than any transplanted
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:' u plants 11 ever saw and have kept tonight? Dolly Swift-Yes; but I RBMBMBBRthatWB PAY THB FREIGHT and.that wehaTe done so for the I 't' 4
\ a dinner of roast; beef or I carefully guarded, doqked soft and up a steady growth ever since In spite ,of I immediately replevined' it.-Puck. Two Years and also that we were Pioneers in.el I tag.high grade Nursery tock at low prtcte put$ ( 1 ;
the excessive dry: weather we are experiencing. -
tomb with a breakfast of ham or fish, I white and dainty. From present appearancesthey
and luncheon of wick The girls well will be at ''least a couple or __Itakbea.d I TO CUBS CONSTIPATION FOREVER.Take POMONA NURSERIES: ; f'
a : vegetables can just aa wear
of the others In bearing It Is too Cascarets Candy Cathartic. lea (

V chop. ok quite another variety of gloves and protect their hands ae early yield yet, .to but say 1 um bow not they afraid will of compareIn the result or JSc. If C. C. C. fall to cure druggists The Grif flng Bros. Co Proprs. Macclenny, Florida, t r

_meet:;. itken the oold roost may come much ee they can. Another good being equally satisfactory.C. . I refund money. '"

foiTth: fon\t breakfast or luncheon the thing to do is, never to [wash in bard: K. .lcQUARRlJa.1 :l.

'' and water that ;Vnakea the! hands hard I INNOCENCE.Mabel .
toliow day quite ac a surprise, STILL 1IS THE GAME. . I
when stared with another kind of and injures the akin more than any One of the boys stood in the front I -Do you think the war will \.4U'UJY. > l I'4ATlt1tC a

1"" garnishing and with quite different thing. Soften it with aj little borax. door ,crying. 1 have,any effect upon the price of can i ti. 1 1Y

r vegetable!, from those first accom- Take it with you to sof tpu the water \Vhat's the matter?" inquired hi, dies? Jack-Wouldn't' be surprised if i 1C

pa.tl1iDB'1t4. will never strike the moat when traveling. The j best complexions firmer playmate in the yard. 'Won't it did. They say everything go up '1 4

faetidioue as a left over." ever saw did this. Nothingca jour mother let you play fighting the Mabel-Then why don't you get a .,'f''f

'!be hoisekeeper who has one or atmoat make up for the log of a lovely I fcpauish any more?" supply: now? i' ', 9

two\loooking\ days in her week complexion and unless you take care .,:co. She says my brother and I 1,'

iant (the cue who use Qlllfeexoe.ptperbapa of it wtile! you are young, you will must study our lessons: \ DEAFNESS! CANNOT BE CUREDby CONSTIPATION s,

toward herself and her ser never have it. A woman ejt no time of "Well, that's all right. You need!, local applications, as they ,cannot I t

vants. U pocnible, it is better to have life can be '*ratty with albad, ealiowcomplexion. u't get out of the game on that ac reach the diseased portion of the ear. & '

a email amountt of fresh food cooked To render, the skin ('ount..ou can be a board of strat-' Ther is only one way to cure deafness, ALL Y25C

y each day.. 11: went to visit once at healthy and beautiful,' always I. bathe' egy." and that is by "constitutional reme SOc D '

4' home where 1 arrived Saturday noon. immediately after ee g; by the dies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed f- ,

4 ,. My hosteel was In the .u.tcl1eD, in time you rest and lie ;awhile, if: EDUCATE: YOUR BOWELS WITH condition of the mucous liningof I----

company w:th her cook and housemaid you will put a little cream onafter CASCARKT8. the Eustachian Tube. When thisTrots' FEkTtLIZINM.ATERIAL.S
PRICE LIST
Cathartic for OF
Candy
cure constipation
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'i M ; whex 1 drove to the door and washing, it will be absorbed ever. lOc. rte. If C. Cordund'moDeY. C. tali t u inftaaeAjfoH-have. a iamb .

after my U nnet wee removed she Invited then wipe the face dry anil dust witha g ling sound o. imperfect hearing----, and ----"

$%::3 me 0 4t to see the reeult of thebaking. little home made starch or baby when it is entirely closed deafness i bJ a rule the f rrur truqcer and fruit gro'eFTE15> pay two t.. "< ,.
., OF THE FAMILY. ..
\ pov FLOwEIL the result, and unless the inflammation
lIs commissions. A commission on everything he buys and a r
--- lie thought safer to write to thegiri'e
y '" How "'a t tablegroaned Getting tanned end badly sunburned can be taken out and this tube commission on everything he sells. What we desire td is
father for her hand. He
erS! There were sheets of to hard to get rid <|f; eo avoid was an restored to its normal condition, hearing '. to save him the commissbn on all the fertilizer he wvs>> Jy Cell ;
ardent lover but a poor speller, and will be forever nine
leather dozen it all you can I believe on outdooexorpwe destroyed ; ing direct and thus avoiding the expense of a travelling salesman I f f ,
cake "'
light as a ,
; sponge ,, it is healthy( an4 good. his note ran: 1 want, your daughterthe i cases out of ten are caused by catarrh and the commission of an agent. If f you ar* interested in saving ,
of pie>> *-blueberry, mince and green flour of "
family.
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your which is nothing but an inflamed -
S. H. these commissions give us your: orders for it is only by handling; E r
bread "
of ,
apple large loaves+ nutty "The flour of family is good,
} my condition of the mucous surfaces-
of that small be maintai ed. We '
'' large quantities goods margins can -
:\1 Jan of. "heprm e.nl..u 1ts, "iadiea'cake fingers how Worry Wears the. Brain. replied the old man. "Are you sure" \ We will give One Hundred Dollarsfor were the first to take the i initiative' steps to reduce the cost of fertilizer..i 't .,
$ and such : fry of the tribe : it isn't dough you're after? Deafness caused ..
& ; my case of { by '
any to the growers and, therefore should have their support. :-r
; two loaves if angel food and otherMt I It ]6 very easy ,to say, "p| ont: Worry Yonkers Statesman. catarrh) that cannot be cured by mixed '
i nlgtbot'W8 If you wish a special formula we will do it for you charg-/ .r 1.;
r goodies. The. dinner that delicious ," but these are words' easier to BaY Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars the actual of materials used and for ft 'I...:;
;;; ing cost $i per ton mixing: : }
,. especially for its dainty des- NO- -BAC FJJTY CBNTa ;'
than to obey. In "Science Sifting free.
The following are our prices for the next days: i ,t>
1 Guaranteed tobacco cure, makes weak 30
eer*. !Bunda; '. dinner waa also nice.wWh we find a carefully 'drawn theory men strong blood pure We |L All F. J. CHENEY' & CO., Toledo, O. Sulphate Ammonia U to 26 per cent.. ammonia.... ...... ... ....................I3M8 "'f,. ...-we

r a 1i Its huge roast of beef, and the which .resolves itself into a solemn druggists, __ __ Sold by Druggists, 75c. Nitrate Soda 17 to 20 per cent ammenla..... .. ..t.. .. .. .. ...... .. .... ....... .. 400 .N'

Sunday supper wee exquisite, with fact.at once as to what war 7- does to AMERICANS' : Hall's Family Pills are the best. Dried Blood, 16 to 13 per cent. ammonia........ ................ ..........-........4Q.GI 'eY';
boiled ham 1 TRUE Blood and Bone, 7 to > per ct ammonia and Ii to 20 per ct. phosphoric add:.... 25.00 I J.
T thin slice from a huge mankind: "Worry will kill Modern '
"Py cniminnmny! Ober, we kin ,lick \ Bone fine ground" J to 4 per cent ammonia. 28 per cent phosphoric,acid.. 23.09 z ;,3.
.a+od dainty oake' served with.tea. science has brought .to lig' 't nothing each odder nation in the worlt al- ALWAYS DISAGREES. Bright Cotton Seed Meal 7 to > per cent ammonia ....r ,..... .......... ....... -..00 } -30,

I ospeot, however' more interesting and useful than. this don't it?" \ First Fiji-The missionary is fat, I Dark Cotton Seed MeaL 6 & to 7 per cent ammonia....... ..?... .... ..... ....... li 0S ., :j:
reaty;
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when I $ meals that cametitter. fact; and more remarkable spll, it has "We kin, thot same Dutchy. Be- admit, but,for all that .I prefer not to Potash. High Grade. 90 to JG per cent sulphate potash. 50 to 53 per cut actual 4C.M. :- 'i:.
: Low 48 to 53 cent sulphate 27 to tS actual..
$ Potash. Grade. per potash. per cent 28.00
: beef appeared cold determined and can give ii full de- partake, of him. ; '
gorra. Oi'm proud Oi'm an Amerl- Potash. Mutilate 80 to !85 per cent muriate of potash. 52 to 55 per cent actual... 42.00
1 h : sit about every meal where} the bam taiT (because of* recent discoveries) canl"-Life. \ Second Fiji-For what reasonpray? Potash. Kalnlt 24 to 28 per cent sulphate potash, 12 to U per. cent actual....*.:1UO .

: was ivot'udmtfBible: ,. the ,bread grew just! how, worryofes destroy. the nervous j First Fiji-Why, he has done nothing Hardwood Ashes, $ to 8 per cent actual potash..........:. .. .... ...... .....,...: ass ..,

h ', ,drier and drier, Kbe cakes'lost their system. It is_believed by those BEAUTT IS BLOOD DEEP. I 'but dispute my statements ever Acid Phosphate 14 to IS per cent available phosphoric acid,.... ....... .......... 1W9 .
x fialdnei soaked theirundercruats carefully Clean blood means a clean akin. No Dissolved Bone Blac.. 18 to 1* per cent available phosphoric add.... ........ .. 20.00
fresh tthe plea! ,who have followed,most the since he was captured. '
I bilious complexion by taking Cascarsts-- Tobacco Dust. This dust Is sold by sample and Is guaranteed to b* Bnleached '
elnd'we aide them just theflame growth of,the,science ot brain disease beauty without It." Casoaxets, Candy Cathartic 1 Second Fiji-And what has that to and to contain all its fertlUsms and insecticide properties..., ...... ........... 20.08. w

..' since s most. no cooking was! that scores of the deaths of 4ach year clean by clean stirring your up blood the lasy and liTer keep and it db with his not making, wholesome Land Plaster.__. ....... ...........- ,............-.. ...... ........ ...-. ..............:;l-0tj. ;. : l
rJ: done uotil t/hd./ next baking,day. deaths Ignorantly Bet dow* to other driving, all Impurities from the body.Bo-provender? Bait either coarse or line in ZOO pound sacks.. So cents or by the ton............ tM. t. i.t. *
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!? today-. to bands DimDleS. Copperas put In any slse package Itfcents pound or by the ton......., *LM _
per
up
.';.; }X i: ,How'dlffereVt tbs, from auothei causes are.'due.: to worry and that blotches. blackheads and that sickly _u_ -.. -- ---- --, -- I 1.
beauty for 10 centa.T All druggists, .****- 1 Blood and Bcnc Acid Dissolved Bone .Sulphate i
,;1\ home, 'wfcere 6n gazing Into: the pan alW of The theory is a simple one. faction guaranteed lea Z&c, we.TEKRI&IE i Bone Phosphate .-t' ;p',

: :& L\. try and.loe-ctueaf, 'you ttlhlnk there 1.r is It.is eoilmple'that: anyone can easily -- Ammonia and Kaiait are put tp in 200 pound sacks. CottonSeed t

;;-r ,': ,abfloltflely i) 'ixjftixlng )to eat but w&ereday sift' and perfectly t understand' it. INSANITY. ou flat the man who Is Interested In Meal and Land Plaster, ipo pound sacks. Potash all kinds l : .

., : 4 ,ead1 brujgB torttti' fresh articles Briefly put; it amounts to this: That "So you let Dora learn to play the the welfare of Florida and you will find except Kai tt 224 pounds. Nitrate Soda is in unt/en Tacks from ;,:, is

1*% j t,for immed&site OO U'JJ1p1iOlL A; the worry' injure beyond? repaid certain piano after alL 1 thought you. hated the alive one to who the interests Is In no of small Its metropolis way fully 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood Ashes barrels of 250 pounds. Tobacco i

jT breeJcCaat ,tabb there will be, hot gra- of the cells of the train; hat the it." "So 1 do but there's a young th city of Dust in 100 ai.d 125 pound bags and cases of 350 to 450

"d' hi'i' 'httm gem* one morning, bot,roUs an- brain, being' the commandinr centerof fool wanted to court her, and SO' 1 pounds. l, .i I i ;

,$ other,hot con I cokes on a' third. Farr the body; the other organs!become thought I'd let her drive him off.' E.. O. PAINTER & CO. .. t '.
y dlsiaaee it : JACKSONVILLEit .J'1
; 'J luncheon la,fra h. rhubarb iatrt appears gradually injured. ; tome olthese "And did ? "Well, he tried to bear -
1 combination of the noise but he's in a lunatic asylumnow Jackson-vlUs, PI*. '. .L
1f noon just oust of tboven :organs or. a 5 t ta
one .ii verve' ; ''7'' .
rv ) -'on. anolftler i occasion, or dainty them arising, :death .na1IY\I\ ensues. and; he fancies .that he's the irlll not occur to him that he L not so -' ----- --- '--- ----- .l t

1,, Hi Thus then, does(worry.kilL Insidious Maiden>. Prayer' and he can't get Interested although his home, his family '

11 it creeP- In'upon the .braii'\ In the himself in, tWle.-Ipick- e-Up. an4 kindred ,may be In First Rji-Everything! He would The State College, LI r
certain to disagree with me. -Blch-
? lB lorm.I. a-Single, constant: ne er-lost, \ .- '
b Mine! most.depreesingljr objectionable, .idea, DON'T TOBACCO: SPIT AND' (SMOKE TAMPA'not mond Dispatch. I At Lake qty ', F!

TOUR LIFE loA vi Y. -
.r ,t : .. -.. - and the of water!
a
. as ,dropping over Offers Superior Advantages for Acquiring ,
> t. :: To Quit tbb&CcO'eu1l1 and forever, bo HOW SPONTANEOUS IT WAS. .
.
: "p ,< i Every mother of will' ina '' and a f
period years: -wear gtoove life nerve vigor !
,- ,.' :,; \ ; ; take 'N&To-Bac, the! wonder-worker, winter Rising politician (whose friends
": feels- indescribable only a resort of great prominence -
_ <.::_..: .. '_ an : stone, *o doe worry gradually, imperceptibly that makes weak men strong. All drug- GOOD EDUCATION .
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1. of the have him brass t-
but band
busiest
i ::: one and most given a serenade .
% Book .
i. h ,: 'dread ; bu'o less aurtly, de- Cure guaranteed. .'
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trample
.- ...oj.. rF';.<0 \ -.::- .:, let and free IAddren Sterling progressive In the entire: South. )-ily fellow-citzens, this spontaneous thelio'r.
,:: '" -"'.or'th. and itroy' the:brain cells that control and Remedy Co.v Chicago.or Hew York. Along 4
,, tribute touches me '
deeply t
Activity ,
';1.. ,R ,J r ',danger attendant keep in healfh every ,other organ in "'-- -
the make AND YET- AND am at a loss to findwords" to express Engineers, Physicians, Book-keep- 4s -, .
to
/[ the .body. Worry, theory
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: ;upon
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Mr. Canner (of Chicago)-"Are you .my thanks. You have laid me under
., ,most:: critical . atm plainer, , act 1iQ'an. irritant, at -L I II era. Agriculturist, t'Bi .
: period I it fond oi music? Miss Tremello (of Boston I .blStations I shall never be able to rej j I
". h M, of her' life.Becoming certain"points, and long continued / like\|its elder sister the southermost cRy | Chemists .' ; .
;\, :' \r ti : ; )=: -"iUusic, Mr. Canner? Could any jay. Leader of brass band_ (in alarm) ..
produces aerfous. result, bUt II works of our fraternal Union the unique and I .
Jet: ( a tivated consciousness possessed of -But dis vas to be a gash dransac- .
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harm c1l beautiful city of f PttCitS9Ft1L JIEN AND WOItL"I ,
little lf it atJvals inter-
,: .:JfdY 't .!.",mother, l should be (comes Oeoaloaa4 only d(elicate susceptibilities help being devoted \ ion, mein friendt.-Chicago TriBune. I '
.. oceaalonn In
all iMpartments
of have
: '\'" .or worrying t Industry '."
..., a 'source of joy. ? '
; .t {. : to so! divine an art? Music ..
; of the system' the itself I been Educated! !ijere.I'(! a
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d' 'to all but the Music is passion." !}Ir" Canner-"I KEY .
"'"t'l: .' -sufferia and can cope with easily. braij\\Iteration my) \ WEST Fall Term Begins Oct.. 4. tend for'new
.iJ' C/,: \ : : am so glad\) May I have the pleasureof -
and the re-iteration e idea | llhuiraled Catalogue toW
/r .'!, ,danger oft. it ordeal. mate I your company\ this evening to theminstrelsrVNew I to
: ceUsI t
f"-:;> Its. antidpati 'o.e.of misery.MOTHER'S of a disquieting. sort the Of the York Is close to the warm ,waters of the fa hest C oseaUrns.arraR' IIttO t V OCC.n, President* t.
_.: .... ,: .-co> .. .. >t '- brain i'cannot 'long endure. Ith|| almost ,Weekly. mod Gulf and each thereby connected Bold b'drunleta Lake City,Florida.
: : 1 for transportation, yet both are linked to
:FRIEND as"1f the:brain.was truck' ght1)ri THE ALIGHT OJF TIME. the world by the beatRAILWAY -- '

\ with i a .hammer! every few t nds, 'Who' WJi a that young man. who I I

$ LL :,Ia the.. _remedy,: which: relieves with"mechanical.! : preciaIo, fo>J days stood out ai' the front I gate so long II i I ; ROLLINS COLLEGE
. ? and, weeks with 'lJ4'ftr.a sign f the '
a > :women of great'paia and auf'feringincidaat !! last night? asked .tuabel'a father. 1 I 'J1'o! 6OI
failure c'f-ia stroke. Such a ;succi ono STANDS FOR
)Herbert she ,
; maUrnity;, this "That was replied as
j<; blows 'from hammer would of u v 4 !, U Y
; j a tl '
hour which is.di-eaded:as woman's she wiped the corner of her eye: "lIe .-. UGH EDUCATION. "

c .severest,'trial' is' not',only 'l made coarse, injure the brain irretrievably. came 1.0. Bay good-bye forever." In the|country ana we leave,yea..to guess g .:: M t'e Jo g em oepyh taa PRACTICAL EDUCATION., {

::5' ,,pinle b tall. ,.,tk -danger' is removed almost Immediately. but it; helps to "HumlSbl" I thought) he must have its name' only remarking that you' can :: .ie t9J off, t, MODERN EDUCATION. :

bf : -: by its;use..- ?hose who uteg'1 illustrate our idea and make it pore some such ambition, and it's a good i see more from its ear windows than by !' '' w o

f thin:'remedy art '.no longer 'deapondent *:,lvld.. For just n.t.bi9. way doe* the thing I slammed the shutters. He. any other way. If you, cannot find its p_ ft.9 t) DEPARTMENTS: .. te4
: Idea the sna'ddaning name per* look'oa your. railway. tickets ,tit vORe t CoBrtUte, Preparsiorv. Commerdawjtaslc. r.
; p'4 .
annoying said AntterroaS.
,3! ;( or,glodai T. nervousness. good-bye for two i hours and a Its her Art. Normal. f-
that will be done n teul.t Mawr rot.w.rG z
thought not
A: aausea,and:'otaer. ,distressing conditions awaywith quarter as it :was.; "Washington Star. N. .
"- : avoided t strike or Jail upon certain rierve ( w laitroe-
: !. are the..lyttem"11 a 0s berT emphasis is laid uponihe
"';" ;' '.Biade ready for the coming.' event, cells, never ceasing: and weela by uis WAY OP! DOING\ IT., THE BEST ROUTE'For : ;: are MoA experts given. who The professor have held and correspondingLionS instructors ,

-k. 'a and._the serious"' cd 'convjoon wceU' dinjlnishing the. vigor of these "And ,He walked overl) the waters," ..... -- in_the highest colleges la the .", a
_
.,.-}; t ;. \ ..to'- the*':L!ti a1Dh' are: delicate. ,.organisms'thai-are so mi i ate said the Sunday school teacher' "Now, and.aottfal Loestlon..Healthful-Surround:

: .. obviated:1jy-the'\uSc: \ of'Mother's that,they an only be seen. under) the none of you boys can walk! lover the II R16flra4 tI Pine Hngs,Modern Methods.WellFurniahed;excellent Library Booms, ;
r, '. \ microscope:=tCiootlHousekeeping) waters. **I :Miss"' said: Oliver particulars, schedule, rates, .tc., Gymnsaiam- -
: .Friendjj tUtAtf Nr"J woauailfks . ; can. one and student nllroed ftf* paid TbII (Good. BoArd. -
write to O. D. Ackerly General Passenger .
,
- \\I. ,* --- : schools la fbel 8oeth. I Terms Reasonable Eaehstudentiglven. w
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his hand.
.At;; '- ' ' 31 T- ,. holding ;; ,up "Non- Agent.' Jacksonville Fla. Business ''a room to himself without extra charge Y{"
: li mabTTLliatalt TeX5torw,' 'Ffrstr'American Author:-:HowbefoWjour'next :, said the teacher. "Yes .iiiiij h
sen e, : I can, \ $ CK5XGIX.>! WAKB, :Res 1
.J},. !'G'I I colleges I. farther Information and Catalogues "...
;: novel. appe are| ( ss-.ai. Oliver, earneatl j.:, So can ,u for
a' <<'i' 'Caeil.isg 1a, itra f -
s lNt .htenaaUoa BsBIr1 ,AIL apply to WttiAXI ZI20T Ageat.T...
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a'n.rr". tacerell-\6 anhwoi ea;9UI.IIU a .au -.Nobs :toithree wteks. ::1:'havjpn't.' you(It you fco by the 'br dge.n6k .. ='J Fh.: Moal&DWITY.AlL ... 'T7nrrrxPA r.nx;;
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ifluta. started, yet. : 9.--: WrttS St eoos te estatorw leas
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\ 4 a GRAHAM CO. The Manufacture school house at 8 p. m. on Monday, the ; ,
Record
Learns of 12th inst. for the
The Latest Stroke on the Part of the purpose of organizing ; -

AttotneatLaves._ Dide Co nty Events I 1 Florida East Coast Hotel a Democratic precinct club, pursuant I "
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HIAM1. DADE COUNTY, HOKID) BEFORE THEY HA V.E. BECOME THE PUOP-I( System.Four to a call by Jos. A. Mclonald, The Real Estate.office,> of it, rs. Julia D. Tuttle has J1"i d"

g -K Jll practice in all .ourb. State and. | !Federal! ERTY OK THE PUBLIC. member, of the executive county committee removed from the > -, i i$
A 8perjl al l fscilllieh for examining dud l |'rrfrrtine of Precinct northwest to the north-east corner 'of J ::
or Vive New Million-Dollar Hotels Xo.7. TIIl'mt't"ling : :tiJ
"r' tau Titlese hmiIln. culj; <' .ml'| l' iv The Metropolis Hu i Keen in J'ot8t'11sion of Hotel Miami .
abet btxikx *-'Hlth 1111.1.l ,'..u..I .. Already Built.I '
set cuffing. ) Many Facts fur a Long 'rime. \ was called to order by Jos. A. ( '"' .
and Irwfite daily ron| rt- from thf Clerk Hririnit T : .: .
f a the ('otirl at .Inno slinwiug all laud McDonald and on motion tbe following t :' : ;
Iran fm All I tht- t-rlllir.l Ai",I rill tsuf( 'lltti- Thi' following i : rtid i i", t'r+.ditrd i I 1111 The I ((ne-tion of building four or gentlemen t "

oftlc for8" lib .Dade counttin_. .' made_. lit our, 1.tbt.JAS..8ANDCKR Miami( the .1lanufarU+rr +' Iyc'onl 11\,. lIlt';i fin: irulhoti/ .dollar hotels" by the East rolled their names came: ; G.forward A. Worley and ,eri J.: The New T wnDeForest' 1fK: .

- -.-.-- 'l'imt'I,-Ulliuli' and < itizt'li ill it. i i."u,' tlf; t oust: sjt.tem Heems to be aril)\ a question T. Sanders,John Otnweg, if.C.,Bailey, _
H K ATKI.VdON Situated
?s t Friday last : I of room on. tile paper. To use a O. M. Gardner one and 'one-half-mllesnorth of Ha.1la ale fs '
J. Kelley, W. 11 Phillips , :: now ,;" :
SANDERS & ATKINSON, 60Th. llulilifacit P1Hi i tiril. s.iJ. Npaper vulgar phrase "It's jU'Ital! easj' as you ,, G. J. \\ allace, J. B.: Reilly, F. S. ready for the selection of lots and
that I H inG coital liMr. |B.{ \IL: know jour lather" The latest l."umes'fr,1I1I Morse ,. the adjoining':,1,200 ;'acres }
D.
Cosgrove C. A. Mann, T. G.
KOM\: atllu'rllllrut rot l.f the has i
f. At f and Cmrlorc a Law | 'Illltl 'I the Boston Courier and I\ this is Ryan L. wolf F.W. been sub-divid d into ten-acre tracts -* ; -'
ornep) department of the I Plori'a]:i I EI..I ( 011-1 l ? Hahn,E. U Robb, :, j.; : ij: *.

Office in Room 1 and S. TUil\\ii> Coiupanj, 'J.th;it lilt'I Honda l what it HUVS: : : Mike Chessey, C. W. Gardner, M. J. E\ery one can find land to suit Marl l Frame" ; :
LaM 1 < ' this the ,
j Brown's Brick Building )MigiH/ ompanj 1I..tlry 1l I. Fla?l..t"or McDermott, E. T. Williamson.! J. E. '

L T i4tfS MIAMI. FLA. hoe been ill, IrJ"'r\lp| For thepurpo.e IIlIart! Oil> I ompanj king and owner JummiH O. G. Phillips, R. 11. Harter, Low Pine Land, Orange Land., Celery Land, andtas, .fine-..
r?' k 1------ -- -- .- --- of d 'xelopijii,; a Jsrge trii; t of lie Florida Ti; "t Coast hotels has had R. S. Flannagan. 11. ?;1:
Weatherly,
Hammock
land ill I lie :;otilli"t-tf I : i'n "t"1 don of !the t three )'ears past in contemplation U. F. Atkinson Land as there is in the state. ' H4
GEO. A. WORLEY wisCe-nci.I.Cohen. j-
; : Male J'he-iompanl, \\Itich has i:' a cnp- ,i-ivit(lnii don of several West India A. P. Forest. .. : ;
Ital of $-MMOlNI( InV \\'It,.,,,, Anthony, Lake, T. L. Call at office or address < T- t
8 ttorney-a.t-L vim. IlI'lJllir.1| MNHNMI( hut was prevented torn doing Townley, l.. E. Hill E. W. Mossman, .I :? : Jd
Gene -al pi-notice in Klatt' and Twler l Court-. acres of land hxated! in !tin- HIM'tltiiireferrol liv the ( Cuban insurrection. Now Jos. A. McDonald, Walter S, Graham. :;;; J
\ All bus UHS! entrusted will ret!the prompt ultentlon to, and ninth knoun 4- tin I peaceful\ I times tp all appearances Adam Corell. HARRY E. h"-
( Agent forLIFE Everglade" A(','or ?c G INSURANCE COMPANY pe<'tUit is I'll illiif
of New York. roust !system lit mil !s ill extent tt'hirh (following : .\t I Havana, a tour[story chairman of the unanimously club elected declined as JMAMI, MJCt 1 : i/t
but he -
,
;; postom All kin Is e. of life l"tlidHIUt'JI..lioct Ofttrc.li!&.-m>.r r. will comprise eight I latent cwalararb< : HlII'lu I if white Atone and wood in the the honor. : 5ot1.hf'tn ... . 1 ,.. ;.; 'jf-.
-twelve mile lung, bijvt f..1 wide and suburbs facing tha harbor, at a cbst of On motion of F
J. B. Reilly, H.
ttvrlvederpandnue furl y eight: mile .1.OOIlun. ::At Nassau, a stone' hotelto Atkinson was then elected President* < : "

# s. ills ,Fowler, M. '. D.. long of the same w id 111 and dept h. o-t $1,0011,1100.( ) <> At San Juan, Porto Walter S. Graham was 'elected: permanent
"Itis claimed that vii Ii tlussj-= t mof fi'o.l house on the same plan as tbe 1 Bank of-B ; J
secretary an A. P. Anthony vice- F
? HOMffiOP ATHI5T. drainage the wateij,\t hi<'h no\v: <'ovrs \ IJnvana hotel also ,to cast 1000000.( president of the club. n Isrjf*' area of thd West y
On
territory will ht our own territory at Key al.ruk It was moved and seconded that J. B.

13th street, near Avenne It removed, as the .nrfjir- of tin I<:\er- hotel" to cot $1,000,000 will be j 1 Reilly be elected as treasurer Car- ,. '-. ...... .
gladthat rraeti Ht.'H II fret alone tidewater rr.'.-(ted I II , '
Chroni Diseases{ a specialty. at the vdjje ind (t\\ttil.\ feelabovelidrwateriuth ried.On '"; :
; 'l I he Ki'j Wet Advertiser in it4 last, motion a committee was then } ,
:lourifJ hignest t ++riiun. MIAMI, FLORIDA. .
} A number of riversliu i+ut g,ws the Courier one better by appointed to draft a constitution and :
'U traverse j thesame rl ..
section wilt i a olin be u.-'id for st''rl.ing that $1,000,0(10( for the Key by-laws for the club, consisting of J. hf oapoRAA'rmIIxnisa. sal LAWS OF 1LORrDA.' : !. : ...
B. .
F GILL SPIE ENLOK D. D S. drainage pnrpo. h> (wing; ('ontiei.ted 11te( ""t holt I iMi't a fly bite. It's going Lake Reilly, W. S. Graham and Forest frf' _. _.._'
,. with the canaK .. Conducts a General : 'l'W.
1 I.it bf brit'k and have iOOO: / rooms and is The president then suggested that .. M. BROWN Banfcjrg' ,: .
Office In Belcher Block headers of the Man (lfarlurer'( H.-c'- the club PRCSIOENTc :Business. Issues Drafts 1 1R 5 i -
ord Are nwart' that JI mher o( eel I}'n- ;g niiigInrestuboimt$4&l0OIIt-at1 I ) last, proceed to consider the question : .on'-AlJ! _
; Crown 4nd Bridge Work a Specialty. she hV and of nominating a candidate!' for the R. McCORMICK Parts of the.VorTd Accounts ""
project of the i Rome rhainot-er ;:slug lon> the finest mew exj legislature of this ? ;
t o ice Hours:V8 a. m. toSp, m have already befii,undertaken 'nr 1'lor- j>epiNe' of the system and the Ponce de Geo. A, county. vacs-Fat.l cKr Solicited and' E\ery Favor Con :;
that the
Worley moved
en- ;
rlmaramri ida with remarkahl> Miootssful n ultb I Iran cost il if! the neighborhood of CHARLES H. .
dorsementof GARTHSIDE ,
t in reclaiming so'me of the riches HIM] $2,110.0110.. I -1 I be deferred a candidatYfor until representative CASHICIt sistent With Consen. ativeJBan: . ring r ;,.",: ',
Dr. Jas. M. Jackson. Jr. in Advertiser claims that it next Wednesday '
ii5A ehebtate. Aooordnig to the reportsof The now 'night at 7.30 p. mjr Extended.' '. }\4f:, .. : _
investigator the Evprplades: areenmroon ha* got the hotel built It is going ;" ,
After "
MIAMI. ,l <>f a suiJ| vvlllch 1 ooiiMits of right on tn l' tend the railroad f om considerable discussion on the :-' . :"' -.I' -:: '
FLORIDA. aluvHini Miami to Key West.There question of inviting Cocoanut Grove CO. '-' "' i. '''if-: .
aiuldt-oajtHl viuretahle matter, and Lemon NI. ENTS:. .'. .
City to participate or 't .
{ Office 4l Prewnf under which lie a dept it of mllr!. ItId i U al I a matter of fact one of cooperate :
TOWN BY BROS DRUG STORE. calculated nrland these hotels of Which the Conner with this Club in nominating a Seaboard National >
that speakser
su<; lobu: 'co, &* Bank New '
candidate ; York --1 ,"
:.;$ !j.n.t f for the legislature, Ilr.WorleY'a \ : ; :
well fruits dee the at :.
a*, and gri I. call IH raised l int con! :it ion Colonial[) Nat 1 Bank "
, with great RiK-cess upon the hods: Na t -:l". {Here work will be commenced } motion was withdrawn.It of Jacksonville. '. :-. "Jack'sbnville. 4fcSsy 'f 'rt.of" :<

., John S. Frederick, reclaimed. wit hut thirt or sixty day The Cola was ,moved that a committee be %- *-. 4. ; ,Y' _
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t I The oflker of the roinpan. :are will be of wood and not of stone, appointed to visit Cocoanut Grove andJ..emon FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT. : ,1j& -.

=i I ,Ciiil l Engineer and arve or. Junes S. stuccos, president : .Iain., K.: and will be v.-ry moderate in price:;'as City and see the voters of those Knauth Nachod and Kuhne NefYorkr d'9l

Notary Pi blio for State at J arge.Partioulftr Ingrnham ce-prt'"i.dt jdeiu: ; JJufnx F. con[pare+i'with' 1000000. precincts and ascertain what candidate \" : m.it', :
: t AttontioQ given to Sob-Divid: Ron, perretarj ; iu)' I H. Pride, tars. '1' lie J<:art Coast System, we are told; from the Miami I i precinct: would $! >, <- 5-
'' nrer. Mr. In rafiam ix land (coiniini-.- owns the Royal Victoria at N 8- meet, with the most hearty endorse- { >, '

Office"IDK( largi 20tl i 8L trncts.,.near Av. D south si i.lf1 \. stoner oftthe Florida V.t st Cu\SI hail -..aiiivjiioh\ will be operated by Le6nt ment from said precinct.A Elegant. Iron Yanlt and Barglar-Proof( Safe BitQ Triple Concnkonlinft> ,tocks; '= :" .

U2Mf. MIAMI FLORIDA. way Company, and 1ia4 I, been prominently 'illy the cnming'srasun. 'I committee consisting of )(e& rfl. .. p.' ..
identified with tlhef advali.ementr W Hahn,Reilly and Worley was elected to s n o.hi of the lost loomed Make. "
+ : I In time i hey pst lOa) have a hot l. m .i : 'P
visit : :
: of the \outheaMeni Cocoanut Grove'to ascertain the :
S uea W. Allen. : / rtMni of It lea'! ; reasonablfthingto suppose that .< ,
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( ... '" h--r the State. .Amon r the |Urt'.tnr* i iv .i. Mr.I \ Hagler may reach Out to Porto choice of that precinct. A committee !;
at T. R. Parrot, who is Vjce4pre.ident of the his consisting of )(esrs.! Lake Graham '-
At'tOney; +tw : I Ricoj, Jamaica: and Cuba with otellIydt1II .J1'ff
tj. \ Florida East Coat: Ra'ilW' Coiiipan he file steamship and Lummus Was: appointed to visit .. __.
J ly. a" extends! .
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t aKfMace', FLB The o'lflees of the new i'ow pans are' a... lines\ to, thee different: points. All 1 Lemon City. DI.II.a.E": : : : t ..'..t" :...'. ._ '.JJr_.'

t I Will practiWILLIAM [:w, in all tbe Conrts, State and, St. Auplstiue: Florida':' : :I these' matters lie a considerable distant The meeting was then adjourneduntil r \., .

'. Federal. 1.9-U: The writer lias bn in os,esiou ofU'f t|: ill the future. As Mr. McDonaldhas Wednesday night at 7t30j. m. i '

\ many of the important d ail.i regard. ptated to the METROPOLIS' "MFligler WEDNESDAY EVBNIKti, Is rapidly to the ; :;: .
forging front
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j" GORDON BROOM frig this l only builds one" hotel, attime. MIAMI, FLA., September 14,1898. a l -
II CTT K.
proposed Brer.nt
dralntg: the '
.;" Me has Until. January 1st, 1" The meeting of the Democratic club '

f'S S SCOTT &. BROOME"'ttcrntf.Y' glades for along time; | owing: to to CO tpletrthe9olonial. was called to order by the president. :14'; '. ;-;;?'

: G.tJ.a.Vfl 'the .,conGdeiUial nature t wlli'j. (the Sonae color i Iii given to a hotel projec The minutes of last me&ing" were. : ; '

information .came has hi | felt that heII at fUh r Mataiizas or Havana by read and> approved. : Tie. leading City in South Florida < ;:- :h.: .
-fl NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE "
was liberty to recent; article IB "El Yara, a Cuba The following named of voters were _
: go intoljpnnt withthe _ _
will practi<4 in all State aci Fwleral Couitv* of Matanias' which recentl. added to the club :
] ; making 61 in all
paper $ :
Collections promptly attended to. facts so.far as he has I Itemed them. .: ;c'; 'rJ
ovW contained the following item of newin S. Graham, W. Maughlin, T. E :
BAT BISCATNE.DR.JR.
'OI'J'lC1t BANK or That 'same confidence at I preventsf its columns m discussing the Xema .Savage, Robert Hegan, William Spier*, :
ll1UDr7tf EVERYBODY ,
bkn' from divulging many ) '.the inoteuterpri Cuba ,! G. B.Shell,James Arnold,S. L. Griffin IS GOING TO 1flIAMIf} 'nom, _

: ; E. CHAFER, Importantfeatures: of th ,se "Mr.: Flagler i is said to have quietly. 11. T. Bryan, C. H. Raulerson, J. W. :,

r which. have rnme to his ktihWledge'I : I bought up a large tract of land,,overlooking i Erickson, W. H. Pent, Jerry Sewell, Now-is time to 'secure 'a_ CHOICE LOCATJONteithej for{:i' 3
TENT:: =ST.r The METROPOLIS feels: fy>roe out i inifeatnres the bay of )latanza, with a 'Jerry llourihan, D. Wi Merritt''Jam '!! : ) :
stating 'that the t the erection of hotel for "Williams, F* A, BryanJohn FrohawkI. j
s'ssentta: : ofManu view #1 a big Bus ness or residence Choice r ,
., .-Otfloe, in ,EanI! raon' Block, northeast the ufonnatiou{ given b) rte tourists*' .' R. Hargrove, J. W., Carty' A. ElSultzer locations in the cuty'Car i %ate-b ,"'

faCturers Record are corre' METROPOLIS wishes West all J.. R. Abrams, J. P. Toms,
fV Aventje and 18th streotT, The Key
2 \ ;. oori.:.-:::r 1 U' l- >-tf It mightbestatedthntti |,troloUt'dtrips : the prosperity possible! but it' will Henry Coppinger, C. F. Salzman.s. .
,<>r several survey I g. : rtie* object if they go to work and build the G. McDonald, and C. Tihlan. 1

J -L. through the Everglades ( mllg, the railroad' down thenlolne night and The committee appointed to visi: t Fort Dalla Land' C0ll1nan ; t

: : .DR.MD.: ; DODSOI t past few seeks have beenlbiade withthe construct! a "3,000-room hotel" Without Cocoanut Grove reported that they

( '' : : % Dentist. 'object in vien of e!'tabipbing|i lev giving it a chance of making a> were- Unable to getany expression from
.) ':. ji : eli): and determining the nlialityanddepth I I news item of it. ,that precinct.The .

,i . Filling, ;Teeth. OFFICE& specialty. ': tions.:'of It might the soil be Jn stated tbe various hat the see.;in.. Lemon committee City reported appointed that that precincas to visi i it t Call on JOHN: B. :REI 1Y, Age f'i '<;: '. !. 'ft-t::.
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forn.ation'dtriv. t has been sat \VORIHNG R CONVIcts faros tbeopinmittee" could learn wn; Fort
: djir Post OlSee.a pighly \ I Dallas Land CompanyrMfami;: i
unanimous '
Tur
I McDonald m
I ,6IH.U I .. isfactory tothe projectors. >iYeundr'stand r Joseph A. ,. '
a : '"- that:.the.","corporn.lii.ri.18 under I\ -........- with Fred'k S. Morse as second'choi-e. Or J. E. INGRAHAM. Vic -Pr s't. ', ': : Jf5"
contract to commeocev th4 work or The meeting then'proceeded to the '

i 'fit. H. HoiDLESTON, M. D. drainage on or (4)re'the 11st day) o!r Buildings and Other Arrangement nomination- a candinate fur the Leg' 1-1 D-U.r.. :.-.m Fort. :'Dallas l Land Co., St._ ugusti ', ;y la. .J, .

!! Grad te Bosh Medical next, June,' that it. is and*r : ':, Nearly Completed islature. > fl
College,Chicago.BetldentfbjrMciAD with the State to drain a(stipulate i .. Forrest Lake in an eloquent marine 1 ;_ ; 1t,1:1 '

_, Hotel. MUmi number'acres every year tinder for nominated Joseph A. McDonald. Hi@ A HIGH GRADE "
For the Convict to
MIAMI, rLAOfflc feit. { Setting County Breaking was ably seconded by Messrs. Core FERTILIZER .
Fs *corner Tt Doe C and mb street ROCk at Snake ,Creek to Build' ind Sanders when was ,...
Off ICE_Bouas-4,'*. m to it m,sad S to 6 p: m. > The trrriturysurseyed i in jheB0<"OI.IOacr..s 5- Good Road. mousJy'nominaied.McDonald. unan &. ",, --"- -._..... , A. ,...,.... t S 1t ._
4' commences at the th line -. I. ..
\:+.17Uq u poi' o 'I V { 'i :
C' : Town 46 and ov'erifJtIl the u 'SlJr\'l'p fd The nominee in an earnest speec 1 'JJ .$ l 7", _.

land iu Dade county from Toft n,4d tt Within thirty days the county con tated .that he was compelled on ac. QUALITY AND REPUTATIONThe ri} .

the west line,of the ol'nty'and' south \it-t camp at Snake Creek will hue aunt of reasons beyond his control to< 1 ;' .. ,

,FpFALEt :1 to/south' line' of, TOVMI 68. ij distaff: -e been (completed d and all arrangements ecline, but assured the 'club, of his #> ',. :s;;; r
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Ideal '
'north tend south of 7s niB s and. .2! ppreclation of tbe honor conferred Brands Have These.Sti) ' "
'miles wide at,the widest/poiAt.i 'made for placing. the county convicts. pon him, : .

: Improved Property, I H Y Is estimated ,that i it will I inquireteu will)' hoc heretofore been spending' The ated Hon.for F. S. Morse was then nom Then why pay $35 and, $40 per ton. when. you can get t .

\ dredges four yeajrs,or..th' dredgeigbt'years ?8 their lime in Idleness .at the count) Representative from thi IA t
reliable
, J J -TEK ACRE|]all t>artUQr Improved ; U. :complete' Ui > ounty by Waiter S. Graham which strictly high grade, Fertilizer the following tires lt .,
aDdI | worku"drainage atv kaLsomethinguseful which
jail ,
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flT oitra .
I, (I other acres tret ttt,' well W darted* fruit to tree growing, and place the tern .t3' rip elf hob' as seconded by Adam Corell l,when Mr, IDEAL FaUlT AND'INE,,?...,-."._...........".,..1* PER TON it' v *"'
in competition
ifr' :J Good .lx roonn ihon.e, wash and, b tb'bonae. to, navlpation b)' .I.Idrallght.1 It will not come with \ ] (orse was nominated ,by acclamatiorand IDEA.LPOT Tf.UnmILn, .4.......y.IfPERTO'i, \i _, '-I'Io--*"f "L.. '1;,,' r
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; I '''. siippliM with ,bath well and boats: .The METBOFOLH i nKt; l.6 Jabor) Hereafter the petty crirainals i-i | responded with a pleasant speech IDEAL VKQETlBtK )<{dBI1RE.w..a.,....1O i. .j'"f" G.
cistern Good bariij aware PER.TON. '-*'$;-, :. .
water
& .Av r 'chicken-bu e jraiid;, other but Improved house*! whether,'the contract for th| drf'dg4'Ah In the county Jail will be set!ti ti Joseph McDonald then addressee IDEAL FERTILIZER' (or'an' nope) ....*,(*' ,..... 2r FEB TON t ,-, ,"'rt A;-

1. Located.'miiea yoath-wrst orjLocotJ :", beeu let, jetW hot; bup if theJiare )' breaking i!rock at wake-<'Jreekt whir! t ie meeting. IDEAL BLOOD, BONK AND, POTASH. ..w...... .r i PER TON J' ;._ / ,; ,;,'<.--f-.f:

will
,; t ", bat--gaattaot nelebbornood.'h t *place.,. I I Good\ Miami; ,when this vavtaei-tfilii'of rio h, material be used in building,)a a ructed to-raise funds by subscriptioi. D CORN FEITILIZER ,.?,,.,*..,.,..,.,... ........!..;.$;}) PER "'" ;.i-.iAU

\, TEN A('KESf3 AC*! .la Citrny frtlttreet. l Ia6ds shall have been reclaimed, 13 road from;Snake Creek" towards I..emqn :pay poll ta U8. Fertilizer Material at Lowest Mal ket Fncee.' TON'ifti.. -.'; :"'
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a well tartw two icrt-t bamuiock )i! orrest Lake was.selt'Cted its : :
". utentdowarpabf, i ortrrea.. fackloe. bound, to Iwotne the: .centre! of th \ City which t will eventually meet. thi e of. the executive a memr Ask for OUt book, "Why We Make tbe;Ideal( Fertilizers.:" :l ...: ..- :'
committee
>, bouia. Good'well of water Located ricllestj'gar',section lernail| } bein built north from bllaml.ly l. 'li ; thr !ft
;: of1 th< ; Unite | ;; t four officers & Toomer "
r .* of tbe club Wilson
about hree-ia111nta walk cbool- constituting Fertilizer
from
1 home]On JOOdroai and In good neigh'- State:, 1 if. notthe, world. Not on) will! take.but 'a comparatively shof t the other four members. Company;::: :- ; .
..., d. U will the consuniinatioH of.th srhem time '
le to have sufficient rock broken 0 [The meeting then adjourned subject JACKSONVILLE: F I L _
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For particular apply to reclaim the ;vast number; of tliou; dx build a'road from 'monCity: to Neiv call of tbe chaifman. 4Foot Brand Blood and Bone |17 per ton. r.--i ,", '

: f..'L. :S.1\\.MORSE, will of aeres-'o.unurvey: reclaim 'qd ,xlandj,'but itRirerr] in't I all about twenty miles. I . . Damaraland f Goanothe Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer ltt4'per ton. ,: '< ., _
r also thousand oflacres of ( '
.)1 _' OrerP<4!tOmcro..WUM1.. FLA.. prairie or'arms, 12 r Friends of this'paper, whether sub' CHASE, ,& HARNEY AGENTS,_ , .

.'- .. o toI\-'F- LANG, are,;t. H>' )lowvfor' cultivation for S5c. :
main'GladesallallhavebernrlaitnThese r(t. I fnl'employment in the way of break' payable to the N.V. World and .-.
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R ' COCOA.NU1? GRO.JtI1..JA.114mLu.tmJ \. '
r. ., : k ,_ .r t"W prairie are- now;:owrnedjlargel I> Ing rock wild accomplish a good dea 2-cent .tamp and we will send 10U t DELIVERY : 4 :

.- .bj private parties' .vAt :--3: A in a year., the Tri-Weekly) World for one.year.Go .., PROMPTLY AND ATTENDED SHIPMENTS ... .,. ,,:" x -
-J '" 4t.t L ,stated when' vie'' started, t Iml Heretofore it has been more or I Ies4A ..TO., j",'.A: .M :i. '

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: : ..-.::. ' ... e.: facts in relation; to thUproject''wh'K'ht ronvirtion the minimum sentence beefratine ICE EERY .DAY' , ;: 1'

?{t. z i+ ,i ,ai ' idBfitaetareIl. a'Akinds basingbcen given to him in 00' 6de i ,the :county was..compelled t to the. :(. : ,-.:
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.. .'. be in not iu {position i to mahiwti :,
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55 ,} and sizes of 'off It ; hoard them and they" gave no return PuN'DiatiIJed ArtoianVater\ treed ':.. ... '. :.- ';.
J Ja ditiioulfc:ta determinant:,J4"t tr)rah TP p frer tbe maximum penalty caT .t orders to LAKE WORTH ICE aAddreas'mail : .
COSIPASY<
y t i: point:to leave off In, :mmtioi, t.w. , >,' inBirte>{';, and criminals set t Miami Store'tJ Miami Flaor.call.in 'penott-.Ai....reboQ e, on Areone D., ;.: ) ; r

: ,lets in'auk ,osset" *!<()n.,:*.v ';r'' i'if j j work.. TbiJ" will fterre'\\a" a double Jt'-j ,Drug 5-t1'DI'r mi <. ._;:,t.......,;. ..,
Cypress E+ .Uj: sti'Wbut' 'ttr .., -" .
t a qU a she we terrent.agalpstthe commiaon of petR .... -. '," ':;; .
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st It 7 $ ,' '.eta:whentbepublictvfli''kliuwal be kn.Wl{ jl yeg; and to UieuiatteK) that: } offences.work 'will.'. The: rither..be i long term.appreciated and .the hare bI\\, a.e I i 'CnsbM Tat cool.Fruit tpsrkUog! lew"'8oda Water and > ' THE: NE. L 1J! :Nq 1'Y:#k: . ;;>ii;

a < Tanks In, the Jht.ih'timth HlInltl : *- Pare= ;
f as : ; )Llsi.I' : i i\ offender, i. frIO< ? -' Drag i>nj Toilet Article .
MtUOed ,til-lit'' treat ,;il I i-Fine lln*of PUtionerv, Cigar.Dd .PHOJ! O S. Enlargl1 '- .
intporta eef M nfypes. :
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: J"- : \ \ '" ,- . .1'1 1\- .... \ 1 Tobarvot. Special attention firm :oV. } ;
\ :: . ,, MiamiattarfieaUHb* full deeT pmcnt *... tn,tbe : : : : hodtli J .:
-' .to.l.iDIYIS : \. .(, of liar- projects i.f file':Florida. :Ea,*; If jou i Iik'|,the: HCTROPOLIS. :the way;: ,tuna. compounding.Prescrip. ti ; pictijfes finished, anilallwork : .

: 'a: ,S01fJ .-* | (,yast.DrainagesnL: Sugar Con 3011' see}it to-day, ,.send I,iljl: ,60'for:\* ;..... t.. '. Y'. l'c.: -. finished h' 55 ,.. ,.. , -
a r pauyta jearln adialpce;'or:the will send Jt. to 1 :.-: ; ....\.' Ii .. : Plrto datc ryfi "' ;' _
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R ... t fenoogH in li .MA.AU DRUl.C.O .i
Importance fact 1? (
t ::1'aialkaI'[ ., :to,\I JtlJ{ rl you for |2.00 per year payable ..duriDgtbeJe& : ; : .. .
pj,1.. make it&ct.l! _of notef.>., ; 4' :. ; .. . :'. .f"' t fJ ..; ::" ;!Je Jet B 100 ; t +s.r: ''. _-f_ .
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4 < Sri tbermore I have some of the finest sill- )[r. Smith baa demonstrated the fact : -i '; 'i S r->

( NEW DRY 'O DS 'RE gator pears that, ever grew" We were that good watermejons can be grown LADIES'; SHOES.: '.: .

r [glad to see him enthusiastic and realized -\ fit-re. He planted melons on Mr.Tom's : . '.' ,1-) "(
that it was indeed attractive to b* place after a crop of tomatoes and now >
a" able to be an agriculturist for pastime has an abundance of fine melons, some r

: : : : 1.. D. Benton and wife bare I left fo* of which; weigh as much as forty-two t J .
': : their northern home, New Haven 1 pcuads.Thos' Tan Vesting Top Lace, $2. > l

i WM. Conn. 1 .' J. Peters is preparing land t. '

:.' ::. stn Lieut. A. E. Gardner, of the Cocoa. here r twenty acres of tomatoes. Kid Top Lace -. 2.:5: :( f' .
nut Grove Home Guards, ban left ud lie purchased land of Judge, P. W. ,
White of Fla. Mr. Peters is fl" .. l"n
for Seattle Washington. He !has a! Quincy "
t': : ; brother 'in the Klondike and it is mor one of, Dade'a most successful truck Kid Top Lace, ., .- : : .5r '

: .n' ., r than probable that the Lieutenaht.will] farmers. 4' '
nw rn
,. .... Bu" rd' e himself find his way out there,'especially There was A very enjoyable dance at Kid Oxford !' .25cc i
; ;! if' advices from his brother shouldj the residence of W. U. Hilton last Saturday ; 4.! fa;

: L prove:; favorable.: So it, ever is" The evening The ladies present .
energetic unrestof Young America is were: Misses Sarah and Mattie Crews, Kid Oxford \ 1.50 r
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,. continually reaching Qut for '{fresh! Louisa Smith and Mrs. Hilton and r f !,..
.1 fields to conquer. daughter. The Ojus string band furnished Kid Oxford -,: 4:. 1 .-.
S 8t 'Soiflt Father and Mother: Perry, of the most excellent music for tbe : .- 2.5O _
... occasion. The band is composed of -
Perry' House, have been having\their } 1. : Fr"
bands] full with.ja houseful of boarders Messrs. J. W. Ivro and J. W. 'Douglas :" tJANTHONY

mostly young, men.The measles violinist. Cbas. P. Bull and W. A. All our goods are styli h and of very latest . i 1 ,
Formerly of Bartow, have opened a first ass took bold and seemed determined to House accompany with guitars.To :'
; give all bands a tussle; Most all hands grades. One'purchase will make :you a cns"- < ,

a DryjGoods and Furnishing store ,in room j fining have had a knockdown, but are now up The Trackers of Bade Conn ty. tomer. s': ) _

smiling,bidding to the enemy. k On Saturday Sept. 24th at 8 m., ;
he', bank the south. We a c m,1 p. c
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on carry r
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1 Mr.'(\Cornell: our. transient guava there will be an important meeting of
'n plete line ofr elly,man,expects to fold his tent and the Dade County Agricultural and BROS. t ?
lie away home on the 17th. 'He;tells Horticultural Society in the casino of ...
us be has done about 25 per ce nt.: more: the Hotel Miami. Business of an Ii. .I i.'i
fr business ,this year: than be 'did last;. important nature will come before! the MERCHANTS. Arcade BuilHihsr.. .. '. = "' :
r < Dry ((Joois OofMnfe, Shoes Hats He will. ship'from hereabout 100 cases, society. It is a well known fact thai, r 1).1'HJ'.bu, W

R one dozen in case of''one-half gallon the output of tomatoes, eggplant and I' .. s-
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i Jars of t.heextract\' from which pre- peppers will greatly exceed; that of last C' <

of pares his Jelly at his leisure during the year. There is 'an urgent necccsaity' : as
.r. ; We'makeji specially j' C'S .y.
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i, e winter I months. :Mr. Cornell's r home for the growers to get together, and -" l'Z '. .

; I is at Ormond. He!!| has his works'!lconetantlyirunning devise ways and means to market' the -- -,.. .
\ there and they ship to in a systematic manner. To our '\
Goods ffeimmingsLajes crop
-Dre'ss the Indian'Biver. is of Distilled Water..si' ........ 1 Killed
( him from all along mind there little danger an overproduction ..Orrlerr.Rronvptl> ,:1
in tbe tbe be n : : :
:; Politics arebubblingf they will goonbe case crop can y ,

'-, .. : v EMBROIDERY, 'BUTTQNSYETC. alul g.Ve still think a free-for--" evenly distributed throughout the open INIiaiiii Ice Co. Forest Lake Mfinft!? . ;. J < ,
n all race the best way to settle it. markets of the North and West. Bu I'
.. o: \!It.... unless this is done there will be great "'" .n-hl '"
Th department is presided over byQiia 'rs. It makes some, i>f the old'eodUen or .- :' ':
t. smile to' read some of the complaintssent danger of overcrowding certain' markets . i'
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: terman, a lady of .refined tastes arid, la ,ge backbome by some, of the volunteer demoralizing prices and causing : '
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loss union
"In
the
{great to rower
experience in the business. She, also h boys. .Why, ,bless your hearts, [here is strength'*. It has been demnnstrated PUillnlm < /,:
4.. .' how .many, .bas been the time when that by uniting or in forming -
'r f her department; Lace Curtains Table : it.n plenty of hardtack,sow belly and coffee an association great good has beenompilshed. !
world have been a godsend, to the.sol r111.llaIIll'BUll4ER

A .- Sheetings: Bbbinetls. , Umbrellas, Hosiery, Bier: in;"the...CQ'e., ,Many,; hasbeerijtbe I are earnestly All,requested growers of to vegetanles meet-
time I hare Lakes two tails, laid,one add' consult and' formulate Some plan
Ladies' and 'Fine 8 hoes. We tafce ''
1 Children's' end .on :a .,log. spread my blanke+ on pjl which the crop may be distributed.
ofLtbe
>;:f ... ., pridi.inour; !line"of just them': while and slept as for sound tents tbe, it sleep was the exceptIon Mr. E. P'.I',oreber-, general. agent pI '\C
: Lake
the Indlaol| River and Worth .
\. A' sand]'' not' the rule) to'haveooe6ver : r
neapple Growers Association,..wll
'A }' ,our.beads.. ,Tbe greatest desideratum be'.present'! by and address the f
request
; with Is to have a good ,
bEs. Q'f > a company growers ,the best methods. MrPorcher .
S" ,} upon .
: fjQ. cook or'cooks, the next, officers who
s! has had years of experience
will enforce police and sanitary regulations'
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i has that association -
and demonstrated the
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!: "" : '' ': plan has proven a great success r "to t-iii fee m
; !4:: We arry W: L.. Douglass and J. S. Nelson K&wv_.pttM.-: :Stni they- .come. Afresh' Personally I have no axe to.grind olosition
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. ., supply, of cabbage, radishfi lettuce to, seek; The best interest
..:: ; , ,$ o's,. Men'8. JKrippendorf IMrtmari s, and other/;vieiet. es. Look 'hot and welfare the truckers of Dade Fj-edk. S.: M'orse. '
.#J;; .,.-. . i for tbe new crop, beans here'' about county is whatjdesire and the only :. ,
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1:i .,Pl--_ & 'Mark's., and. Carlisle. ] 1 Shoe, Ct', October:; :,1st. Pine, postmaster; at end to be reached.. Truckers this is ofI ... , T !O
sChildrenes Cpcoanut Grove, will supply; all your. I interest totou. Come let us' reason .
and Hill & Green
Lad s. -
/ r wants in this line.OBAN t .
: Y. BukCXUAV;
t t:.:< Then are all high-grad sus am Sho a dar ' .if- -, .-'* J!' together.' Becl'D, d'E.; :Agri. and Hor.Soc. REAL: ESTTElamly

f< < iV"rin A > qE EIDl} "PEdLINGS.Mr. .
:l' ; '''u e waled : styleanintroduction : < :data Ill i :'1 : ,, I I ANKOUNCEMENTS. .. \ 't. \ ..... -c
.. :Chga.. Watkins..and family left :
.; r :lIro to the g9 d-pe P1e '-"Tami' for Elliott Key Tuesday on a- visit. ito i / ,ftg-e", Co., Florida f6' ; i' fl

$ rl '. 'and' ads. 'p.tywe: will say:that wejexpect,8 s ." his brother t John.'W tklns. | FOR 'TAX COLLECTOR. . h
: .John*Oampbeli's wife.Hand[:.children The friends .of Henry J. .:Anthony :-
:," '\f .. . ''In:.,th' past,. to 'carry relia1)leVuprtQdate"qodthem l s left 8&turdal.tor Tolnsia' county their h reby announce him as candidate AGENT FQRJLA.\ibs'OF! ", M : k ; '

; r dealeik.pect' old.home.j; Mr. Campbell':will follow f olr the office of Tax:, Collector of .Dad :' ; :' .J f2
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11 'as'Jow4
.; .. .;and s as; !anyreputable: ; the action of the .
: ; ;; ; , later' \ County, subject to 1
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1 999 . W'e. : by ,honorable,Mprighi"'"dealing, t b l Orange gees are growing."; Some; of Democratic' primary.!. Florida East Coast Railway c->., / :, /

t. .. J? them are blooming owing.; to. the .l late I --' Florida Coast..Line Canal and Trans.. Co.. t#
. merit. stares,- .your. patronage/.as.. well ftp rains. 1 _' / f L FOR TAX ASSESSOR.Tbe .
:r ; MrSandaod rt r are friends of.E, L. White hereby blges-m Bbston' and Florida Atlantic*Coast Land;Co.f L
his
o d ;will. Yours to ; ,aqn' Harry' Y
l ,:..y r : .. .'please,...., .... naklngflne; ,progress breaking prairior.theirJAjrlnier e announce, blm/"as a candidate for tbe > ; ..kNI.
:: S N. office.of Tax Assessor of Dade ,
( Connty
'a I7i81iu "M."BtIHi,. . gardening.' j
t ; \ Kr.Jerrr.Plnder: paid a visit to'' r. subject to.. tb '-action of tbe Democratic* I I $t

Sandeyesterday. .H) g b looking fr. primary; n ,
'a The :GroTe.will soon;I6se, for itime tbe'eebooo'er.from'Key West and i IJa TAX ASSESSOR ,
: FOR COUNTY{
.fib AMONG o leant, tbe ,,8tniUag: presence; ,Miss tends goiog,to' that place where '
t KIchiirdsoa"'who'?bM:b* n tp-* will, reside,,permantly je ,'I oonce'm1SeJf'as" a candidate L.BdYk&i3Q; "
d teacher,pf.the' Caller school. Loille for Connty 'Tax Assessor, and .
"' Mw? I Kemp>> arrived from K ,
: whp knows,'MisaBlc 'rdsou West last weiek.. She will the respectfully aak the support of the vo:-
'. 1 'COCOANUT !lI .the Cutler!tes.; 'Our. low. JMuramer: cottage .forCa' "few occupy weeks.Mrs. :. t@ry'at the.Democratic primaries to'beheld Grticef Garfln I i
/ ies Grain Hay and Seed |>
f throughout the 27th.
.w : lnlt their gain. ? r'Mra.'Chaeles' .. Kempi'owns fine property. "at: this *l county M.,'E.Sept. ," ;
GKCBZH.
v : t Coco&nnVSundaj ro T : : 4"er1, who,has been place; j.[ ; .l e..-% > ,ss.Ml .
13. '- ; ': ''' III; I is better and out again i 'Mr. Care is busy" shipping.,his fin FOR CduNTY TREASURER,

-c'-'. rf\ t' t oVslock,there, t. MiseJemnnetteObencbainila: ""N!'''' -a';.dozen' .people 'In ;: Orore'.tabeltfixs Uerritt'a assist; readily:at ninety' cents'a bushel./ The ; ite for County Treasurer, and re- '
"'. ,'.Club who call at'the: Miami school j We sannot guava will'grow. and bear fruit th itfully ask {the support of the voters We call tbe attention of the people of'Bay; BllC."ati"to bar ,ft-Hl or Staple) e .
spe *
r < ,this, of the Sta and Fancy : Frnlt and Pond Prod kiDrtl atsdourswrt -' fi 5' v
',_ ". a ,iMiss Obeh- year.round n part' / te
That feeling
Scientists jealousyj: at the DeD ocratic"prlmarle to be held f.1'.c : bea4' ?
"r Is'always e of Grain, Seed Meal.Ground Ye i and t{ \j|
,. : +n lChrlAt.l if. friends here and and there ready aale for them -
bas.ve,
'w ns I feel many the t.7tb. ( i
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;; throughout county 'onBirkIearnedeattneiFeliarelrlnthee'bore'
; W* re the onlr house > ,
...1.... thing of t.he'datl; 'will be missed. She bias interested That beats raising( cassava atseven dol E,. 11.Pimlck.. line of j xxio.. We buy close and wUt aell clo. We IhtUe jour ocrr nxvadW i.fc) '
'"' f xt: and could tell of ,,,In.;,.the, library And sbeen' of are perton4.Tbatlswhattbe; ,farmer, enee and solicit rour DatronAce'. Verv'irnlr. IT, I.. RRAnv.& O.rt./. ,
. for.the sick.;and \the readl_assf t.nQ.i:f nfillitt:. l &jt>be libra, get for,caaaava':In ;Tolnaia;"ld.otbe. {: OR COUNTY TREASURER,, s
theml 'p I whenever. ind in counties north! of here. :*: ,, :
.'Ft t. 'few of ? place [ 1 a .
.. i e reby announce myself as candidate -
,; me. th :' rid: ?\ Were .Daving'r'beautitweatberl: s -
;. tbatr-.toQk ,rc ,Bother"ways. .. ; ]vMrs.John for County.T.r and .respectfully
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r asu.rer" ,
"" >r ?
f--"t' 11 noon,; having; heard Pent-one of our oldest The festive '"skeets,r ,.and ask"the support of the votersat
C,.";w';r 'always glad to w c ; beret: who has>been very are gradually,disa the Democratic,primaries to be held YOM BAKERY. "

; -. \f. :perhaps; it\.was' : 'Ia. we are glad K to &ay fetter She nextfpring.the gardening ana which trucks,.thiorsdi -, throughout 'the county, Sept.27th. NEW
: placeiopem
other % ts;to move into' he .new[house | t W. Comstock. .
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j:it'Grote. : boasts of lime ra ldlyprepari''g fort'a: I __ ,
: this week. "
Tberea few
: : ; e !late.to makers good round f cash' 12th Street,west: of PasseDger Depot. -
'$4.: 'llb rrE..ttAt'anyl better" I loved' by those around ; ; Pi did : IFOR REPRESENTATIVE.: : r. '

':<.,::1'.4-'t ::::> :, corned inside the by"ncit doors;'only and, ':,than."Aunt. x111 /'.tart abe s for; from* -that source_i._ the coming_CT ID1ter., I hereby announce, myself as a can. Rye, <

,' ." 't congfelation;wh6 ; called.* :AHiwill, be! glad to see ojpai ( \ \ didate for.Re resentative, to the L@jt.Islature Fresl] Vienna. B d = ?
; comfortably. settled indwell) gain. jgrJHQa..,] \ ,
from Dade County, Fla. sul
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:-i..p''f bat by Mrs.P?aco<';k. -.. I" ') : Home.Made! y
lL.C the of tbe Democratic '
1,. ,. ing the'aervice,, ;; t' .. .Aiflouser 'brotbVrilhlawof jectto action '
Mr. W. a' .
..... ;r ( Wii. MSTCALI.. .
primaries: .1. j Graham ,
tome eYen'ln tbe : -- ,,, .
J"" UK -ru1z'DOTS"'taoM'coeoJ UTe,; 'TK, Mr.-Ucwn, has come to make his t' \'

,.;oj'f.-w :. :ling,book the place.,blue',Of ribbon co *.fi tie'public' schools"will open yber ,home.,h!re.;;} |1k'r\ |j x .1FO( :REPRESENTATIVE.- Baked daily I and Delivered Fi-ee to any part.of town. v..' .r.

t 'stand ,jthe service! .Yise:1flendrixot: 'rt' m ,')[rK'BE'!l cb baa returned from a .I respectfully!\hereby; announce myself .! liidlet iuus, Cakee.Piefl. Everything firat-ciase. ,Specially 6ffrebronfect tonal J ,.tf :.
bate barge of:' C Tisit to relatives in.: .BirmingbawAla! : and Boston Baked Beans end Brown Bread Sunday :
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:';"' 't' ';can, so 'I.:was to|d; wUlt; to the voters of'Dade county as a nut* every. moroiog., Picnic. ;
':: ': :experience had !been rive school,;wbileMrs.Stephen '1toJ goes MK W:E...:Norton, after ',spending a" :candidate; :'fori:;,,: nomination for the and exonraion partiee tarnished,on abort, noti.,..,.t -' ' .;V" *,I ,;(<'
r-.' '11 ;p resent* But,I ufo 1'a .emonCityaisn; advanceoff110.5, ''few,days in Jacksonville, is Visiting! : ':Laos z..& xmsubject; .to the 'primary. :' k i!:
."!". ,?jDJ of JiaVlng' rested; ID"IUl'l '::',lUss May,mjniin has relative il-Kisslmmee., |i '''<:V V: election. ,f ,J' W.J... SHOKK,' MRS., ADAMMAXER.ProprietQ.JPrReD1ember i ,; .* ;. *? {, .
-J."f V kthinking over H': of Ey! &tdschoo1,,while iHisa\ 1 Grab&m.WKlng.Bpen\ ';a few-days ,. r Cocoanut Gron.I' I deliver erertthlne free of ebartre. Rememl>of'the a'e.l 1t?Stwtvt. ,fnut writ ', : 1
t,. i 'y not once..daring.: 'b Paris, daughter'ofiReT.'whTV/Farls: with his brothers at Ft. Lauderdalelast ; -""orer'depow i r S-S2-GIMri1ii.1th ,' "

4 had I heard tbew, at Plum:Point: Kin nollle .weekM'\ \ :t 4'' I H. . I'' OR COUN1 r AS FSSOR. i
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;:, t ishmenU, 'Instead. ; daughter.of,-onr oldime 1"..Someof ; have,.been laid Upon i the,:urgent r qe8t.ot! 'man ";;: -' : '-- :. .
"':Jr': help; -We"'aere |\|; : Geo.Rtel1atdaoa-takea, rgeatoutler'and up for some time with. m aseLsl friends I hereby,aonounce.myself! as a : : .
S1' good,'loving Odd,'. : ; ' a Miss .Smith go s to :; ,Work will probably be t... f randidate. for;*re-nomination.for: the : .Miaffli TL' t. ,t.
happy or sorrowful Key..iThls completes. th list \" : began. on the 0 S
of Assessor : X'anglng
." :; 'of:any kind. .Ai \ ; of Miami: j & v?: schoolhouse next week.- ; r : j;l Republican office County i ticket,. feeling:.upon confident}th ; ) l: :-"
"< e' ljng :face of 1f : : *JurryVoreepi ibl"sold;his slur "'In :; Kr.W.'H1BUtontbeftlclent.sec.v; r : 1
that dy conduct of the business of,the : ,
for,the .F,". K..C. | in Plce'frolJ1 $30 to '$ I5t!!j
'assured you,of this,! soda fountain busID as..to bas p art: Lion master : ; IHy. is Office will stand''the closest scrutiny. : : __ '
itlr bould certalnll:: Jlerl Mr. 'Larkios.; .-, Jerry the having one acre of pines, lanted.'" --, Property. .r -, '. "
: .i. : ;: Subj ct to tbe action of the.Republ .A Select List of Bay Biscayne _. :- ,
:! r : ,trouble, with 'you test'1eAAeU.."J'09 b,'liltoing'.to. .seek ..S. McEaddy|Ii,had;;the:misfortune) i . .'. to can co. < nty convention, :* ., rrutf* Tract. and Cheap Lands, for: Investment. <
lose a good horse last week. v .
;,-f.\,, h PP1i' friendly gat othiarOdds: to conquer.4: .i, "T-:C.C.Halaard; ,
,t. ,' ''S' se mea.the least,bit ''i ;.o4| ; Dada..is-meeting: th q'ni l eademand4qr "W.f.l.;McEaddy :has1 re Tuned:'from' I ,West Palm' Beach.. - Frost-Pr?. Bearing Orange Groves. : =t 4

:;.;>;': 'ing',or;asking ' ; bia. ..nnwery stocL-iHe Jacksonville y ;?4r" \ d' .#:>ttte\lver.a: : r '' ., .. ._ No.. ( PhospRate tlncJs 4
.1'- ,
'to' ort -' *
r.i' w interrupted ,, :altogether on rough lemon kck ,W.C. Sayerlrone'of', r .ORRyPBE9TNTa'rIh ..
ro t f : Choice t h ,
x, .fi ,eT !'Jane.joined 104 : tparea'bo.expense In1 getting reliablef successful farmers, is building a bouse i Property of-.Every Description. -
!!, r' tbodist'''+'eburch, |4 l drat-cw.: ,buds. ,Jie also." bMs, sseed 'on bis'place here.iriA.s soon'aait is finished Bein chosen:V by; ,'ttie{Democratic MOST DESIRABLE,LOCATION ON BOTH THE ETAST'ATD ...
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: : w rkee in. rs.Pea ped of'60000; eggplants, ,. he will move his family from Little Club of Miami i precinctrIbereby announce .. V '!<
--: : t tiaii' Scientist-mayi| ere myself as acandidale| >fo& .* "WEST) COAST : .
: fimresentaiife
Hiagb, bol ,,It*re Is an Oriando D anwhattas River.; .T6 a'p; enty Tof,'room.here v ; : ,- <; ",
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f_>iil, |t be :although"!(: she, for such men as Mr. Sayers. to the ;Legislature;from '
sold 1 : ;
80,000; plneapple.ahp in ; .
a to" eoii : Dade i': 'W 44ei1-
y vth one County,Florida subject to the
: -_, i U fo,4nd 1reedom; ,thr -iprder.mounting tQ,;:$16,000, i ndoodpess ..'Messrs.... CbataodGeo; ;;'Bunbate: action W tbe Democratic: primaries.;,> L' ..,. ,
:: 'gracious! !,t>#e, sJIPS..go: to beeeaverJ.busyall summer improving lE 17-tr.Lr.-m t iamf..F'lAr . .
..."!i .'::f.""" :\V>'were. burry t11: | mI\Ita.\ Is not this ding coal to, their property here..They have plant- I *, Tweet.S, MPBSX.;'" A ...... <- .r. e.t .i
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'-,: Gardner; ;.who.: Castle;.Thew pslgoitaBat; {; ed three-fourthsjof; r"aD\aefe.of'; pine- 'j "" d" : >
'\t4e4Jot rnevto: tb -=\Yetllt;! more b1 rail and from there to. Jamaica apples..,.;Bull Bros,, ,,are,! full ,of ,push j ymk 4Ltt'at E rt'Flondg Nan'rie.,'a floe : ''-! \. :; ''' MAX t USCH'W'ITZi.: : : .
"' ?_ _togojn tJQllness.! bJ's lmablp: ' and andin,; ".willhaveabeaQtifalpace r Msortuetit. ol Budded CUn Tree ,oa tout ,
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I"" energy fewnyears; ; etobks. Ear1,.Med1qlD.aud vutefesineludiurucst . t'i - .. :.
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& .. missed .by::tbe;; : ,Commodore. Muaroe camejrvlntttiepostofce ] ;.[f- k *, .MenUe.'Boon.'. Earl,. Pine, "" ;t --
: f t }'U ,,,..ieRses.m i ; jrecentJy'tfor-his"mail ti iibd at W..emlt4 bas a'force |of-.hands at : TIrdisKumquat.tepie'.Jfcff: *. ,HamuMMa Ruby,and'TaiiceriDe two kind,Grape Kloc. !,'-PRAGTICAL 'W I TOHJJrAKERJEWELEIl:1f: : 'i
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w h: : 'e.s matked *:-.a t he .. adbec'n jiM, (i- wo ti k ''ea.fln.gllJlu4jl.; ; preparatory to F &., Peel at3 to"iI( per b --G( ;b.
of: < rlaby': i ,r".r I cult. '; ai; laborer. .ne *L 91 J p'anting ;,6ut an .orange- ave. He .,i Jlddreit t- '
dl ... .. '" >''antb'r seeds *,t i" rtaucflte '-' WJ'-JtUD\-; 'j
: gatheri-.g f 1--.1J wx*ort ; far. f- t f. :, I
-0. Drar--ilaud,, 'lI""
"tba ,' Te.r;;:.. : : bare iy.bai lr fall of imraeedandf; "[ a agyp.., .. ' :':- ,...,.. Ilea- rim o nant" 16 e.a.. ",";"'-.., rt'
. ." t,..,.., .' ..-'. : tmftmnrm""??r t 'jiirrotTBr'iViiiaf'-- rrB1titli4i't---i[>i- gfel .: : : ,' ': '. -r_..
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