Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00628
 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 23, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00628
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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'Uf ordto tUiser I Teal leads. ad4rei1" W..madn.&ott-U' ICI I ;L? -l-lG' ;;

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:IS: 9r-O'! :i \ Modestly Meohoeed.I : see sit him 1 up down In a .chair.town.'vMlfBoholb !. A'few' days s will 1DE!: 1: .A L" I,.':s/

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I, mr White Leghorn*, For piiew addrssa K. Jo Miami since the city was started, <
.. Amaden. or OOna. IT*. s-l8M| has / i ..
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8"S SURPRISEIS: Mrs Cornelia Keys of Lemon] City J is stock to Ke ,W where be will ,eaders'-q'f"fr.-- :" f r .. '.. l. r :".

r ., I [ ORE illness recovering, T' from quite} a protracted j 4" ? b, .located' ::on,"Rocky Road." will sell
Dr. ,; On account of the protracted. Ulneuf.Grcwtr'
R. B. Chafer and Mrs. Chafer!
+ \ ," J returned Friday of last week'' from Girtman, the Southern
Methodist* will the'Pre
quite an tended visit at Kiss, mmee. terian; *.pavilion' on occupy Sunday next. Services b)- ;

; FOR 'BARGAINL .f T. O. pscomb of Wa jcross,Ga.,lain >morning'and evening. Presby :
i '' the express office for a few days teriad)3anday) school at 10 a. m. Monday SepT; '

r' ',z 4 I Wisdom leads the, way.to worldly rwealtn; wise .Congers,;relieving, Qa.T. Elder who ia visiting 1 ''at\ -f'vine Li:,CtTOHverreturned aDdiL10DI. Ga.,-:last from Sunday Beeds- ; i P":3 i'i'allOf

,. women are,following in',that and I ,
: way| Ouying On her Monday night' trip tits Key where' be. been taking an outing :
1 \:West carried- cargo of general;merchandise Jie reports'It comfortable sleeping an.der .. ,.. .. ..
toi the [eland- amodatlag, vwo blankets in that section. Mrs. > '

.:,; 41)R'Y'G' .;Be'' to 168,000 pounds.. CItj j .\ '% Oliver: will..not, return. for some. weeks -' ,',. .our...... .:goods,," ..;\. -i .r". : f' ,t,: :.
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Bobbins <\ ;f'l
J. 'L is having ere jted' a nt f.;
: .",\ tP ..:{ \-el'J neat cottage near the 'corner' of "8Tb ;1famI.Drui Company will hereafter f,RegarcI1e'of2Cost 7' I :! )'; '::.1..1.f"r. .
: t 4 :Avenue D and 4tb"'street, under": the ,occupy the building on the corner .
; ,At'the Surp se'Stpre.because.it, :the onl .place .direction of J. I..EY nl.: >.i...* .*. of' lath street and Avenue D which : :. .;,!t r ;;
'' J. tt. Is ,was this:week:vacated 'by MtBuholtz.* ... .
DeWey on/a few order
daysT vacation In II
A 2 u. ; that has a complete and' uptodate [.stock Our in the northern part:of the tat. The',new" uartersof: this '.comps*; :to make'. room for: ., .Y;( ""

:1 own.past. is our only competition.-which. )UtS US r' I Mr. Dewey is,.,one,of the men. who. Will) be.ouch, more adequate to its_buaiprivM ?* Mammoth. Fall. Stook.F ,. : .t{ -i.r.r. ....".. '"
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r .. ,on; mettle. Here few. climax works 20 hours out of the ?4. neer ,. .. .. ;: > '..1> I '6 art s ,
: our area: c r '
; pping.1M }''id oMrs.JLddie;: Weihe who has : <:: jf.J '
s 8. Belcher bottles .all kinds o ; oR- been in . : : :
::bargains for drinks from, pure rain water: .Idl the northern part of the state for some 5,000 yards Swiss Lawns, fast'f' .'..*' .' c _kr t
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: ; weeks Chas .u' : .l107Udt tScJ 'a i.
: '. ., works on avenue.D. Bqy pure:d late t-edoved, returned .to the city and ,3,000 yard* Colored Dimityworth: lOo..... .... ,..... .% ,,iPJardstori _. }
; '" ..... made: from, pure water. ,5 .tf cl': to her new 0 home on the cor 44 Bleached;, Domestic '.,,...... ._..,,...h": .<........,20 yards for$1.00 ..J"+.
;" ,:;,Mrs. W.fe. March returned' ram where she.will and 14th streets, 60 pieoea Outing Flannel,worth l':,,"o ...h..J.t.. .....i."*:- thsr rinse. ... '
.d, .: : 'n71' \ S', "t tt:4'} : 9 8' Cincinnati, .last night,where ; b :bUbf.eo {gain, :, engage dressmaking Ladiea8klrt to be closed oat aC/.u. u .."..!.:;'''....AV/.HiJC; Prtc*' }; '.
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1" / 1. taking a thorough connmiislc ;; of lam tbe..foqoaCJ "ALL SHOES:Men'a, I-diee'aod ChiJdren's."LAr. COtfT, k' ? .:.
; during, the past few months. Fitter Sam, is regaling Ladled Underveat, worth Itte... !'.._&. .......*J a j-s" ( ; ;
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_. .< .. .J" .- ,' ,8. L. Patterson returned' ., Saturday associates with a well Bur sale on Ladies Maslia Underwear. f' "! I'Jf. ;
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;' ; last from ,a {'80 daya'outtng; afAsbe- rounded op' lot of new stories this week. MEN'S PANTSa f Trot tbo.'$1.60'Pan\ I ft.-,.-...-..' ....;. iat."t : i' "X :
.; .> / Fitts has,been away nearly two years 1'1J1+' airs Bleached Bed Sheet.j .... T...... .y.... --r 1-
rill) :, N. C.J and Savannah. Ga. \He; ; : : .. ...: 860 ;& :
: at,Jacksonville aD4comes.\back,\ for a Pillow Caae8.. ........ !! ,}. '1..1:,:
comaback very much recuperated 1 \< .L..i. ..1.........M'..........,..a 0aperpalr I ., ) '.
JW. : few,daysVfalt( tu.ll.to the throat with Full size Bed Quflte. ,worth 76o to |LQO ...r...... ....tbkaaJa'WaThissale -it p i: .Y
sae ra ; H. Mauk of, $ovanoah'a"eel-' side tick e3 p. -- "" __ : u.f .u : l ..,.
; : .ki own: drug!'\'man, and TheW A.Whk= 1.0-' t - .. ..
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;' ArmourQvbave -been 1 ;. it1.. ./ ,f ;;" 'i' It: .
i' ;v-: ,. Jatl1e.UJ.... .. that b*left yesterday for Jxe Yor .wlll. con : r a-weekcan't ; : : ; .
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two yards 'Fruit i of the'Loom Cotton for' : { ; '" ""
: 4-4: ," ,jf4 yards : $t.o i } *' purchase a fall and winter S&oek'of: V J: s ,'t' :'_
'! Cabot Cotton. for ) Bqy pnre soft drinks made from < rd for ,11.. t ;; ,come,'onkM'olidli\ ;1tf call.some. 'v- : t %*-?.
1340::yards 4-4 V?yards ; > :, .- V' :"'..: -: 1.9 1& goods Jobnj Sewell"*;Co.' Eb's ... _. j ;I -l
ooads'cambric.finhh; Muslin"at .. fresh rain water which ia the only kiad friends here will be pleased to learn da 'due, .::1 .: ;t"F *
of week -
S 8r c of j*. e : as "e .willtshow" : : 1 r 1*
.. :, ; used by Belcher:'atl his:new hia reconl7.: "> ': : : ; J ,. ::
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to yards Thoriidyke.Tick; . .,. ;
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J" I' 8scf bottling work 5-20-tf-jcl 1 Y : thePiggest .-. '.-, t, ifepTheIDEAL' -:
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,t4 ; ,i 3 ys'jds' 'good'grade,Unble4Ch' iCotton V "'lor -' t- :' .1)' . I 1';Qo The Hotel JDonolly lays partledlar didata Herbert i,for Anderson Congress,,and Republican other>prominent can'" you. ... .'j ::; '-- .. : ... ... r f'::41-.1 \... .( .::>;f'
roc 100 fulsized Bed Spreads.each I fxict stress iu advertisement which '
\ : appears :speakers will,be.in Miami
...". 96 ; -." .... ., .. .. I. 9B io this issue on the use of(pure filtered Friday October 7th.;Mr.-Anderson, on..1.a is f.Bargain; > ; 1-k; ,- ::
;* J3 : ,,' 'u .L u' reitra ea y ;. ,- ;, /- ,$1-45 rain water tbrpoghout the hotel, .,' fpr clear:cut:: gentleman'and,stands 'at .
.<_2pqo Sh i'full; l size .... .. I purposes;' L LcftyClerk : ; the head:of ',the legal!. profession In ., ; \ '.. .tr" : t--
4t ;, eta -, per' :pair.. f:... 1-\ ;' 9SC : ,,: : Jl M. Graham and'famly) Marion county f" you ever. had ''offered, to you : .' [
c. \ :3000. Pfl ovr,Case*; per pair. .. -' !. L. '-P.... ,35C contemplate taking a'cruisevery'eoonwith : 't;' Nothl c'rmlkea a.man !.feel: better - : ': -' ' : : '--T" J '. ,' .. t. ""j't '

-. 2 pietWCottonade: t ... Pants Cloth, just(the 'ntfOt>?yat pool a party to'Neunta.Cnbaapd; than a good,''easy, smooth shave. Try DRY ;GOODS>"CO. '

'pants, per pair, .1 j *'" w-" V- \_ .| .0 8": eastward to'Porto.Rico, to. be'absent,_ the 1(p-to-DstBarber8bop.Y's.19.4t t > .. ,.- .... 'I'I : ,':".;

E Jlof: 'ark'-Calicos. .to close-per:'yard",,_.., .' \.: \IJ I-. \I .. 3KI i c. for' ,some.t me. !' ,. : !LChas. .The planing mill. of.Jos..A,. McDonald L1te'.Hotel- T '. '- ,:. ,, ': - :::"

',' -'i 50.dozi.ii Towels at the low price! each;.:pf *" -:.-. .- c days.1 ,Mr. the sooth side of 14th'street between !l .
: 4 Johnson is engaged}1D .a'171 in,. ; q. ,
r I' ;. pow .. Annu..Band C, will in'a fe.da's be -es w' ;I . .,.. t- -iL
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: .1 75 doz ,Turkish: _Bath Towels.each. 1. -- .l' \ .- r sc the fish business and reports that. .his removed, wtl1e'Tlcaot lot' ... :
1 on the -
;Jest grade ful 11-sized'Amerlcan'HuckTowela' prospects are good, t. 1\;, cor- ', ; :
hoc ner of Avenue D and 16th street,'opposite The MKTBOPOLIS is pleased<< to.'maki . BQI.X".w,.
II' : : L D4lor : .t
s '. . D'l1u'1o"bii garden erll the hits. halt. mention that )Ir. and Mrs.: J. '
lAaatiq :
t'-; &qfJai/ \ 1 Jiat; al iQ : I : I 2d choice street near'Avenne:'D',some.very """i8; >.?Frederick has been' appointed Hall of Atlantic Cjtjr; New:;Jersey to. Four rent.acres;,:,Address of first-class, tomato 'land?' t.f-- x
; : 8J'Tab1} (IS nice tropical plants and is fast- secur Deputy' U';B.'Engineer and nas been who have a winter:: cottage;in,::Miami, Miami I'1a., :;pp.'O.. Box !6-'- ", ".
.,' ... ing a assortment for bis narsenr assigned to in will leaVe Atlantic. next Mim.hps er' 1'
{ .J : . Ii,'" -' -' of and l duty surveying;Bagged City; ; week for r. : }*, SYorBale
u cei.Purc.Linen German<< :1 : '.. ) : plants trees.; : ,'hL. Keys.'"."''''The bgineer'a':department Miami where 'they;.will :make their .tI t -
J' ,:3, ; Damask at ;" ; r I .H'Ba -
,.:. . , \ 4Be .;liA;.Ros fof Utica, Newf.York, 'conld not hare made better borne., Mr. and )1rs.- H Ware'weir :; .
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; Bocsetithrooma'"do'aOnaiB
,.. -. ,.. ., \ ,- -' _65<:.... spent several; ;at the 'Miami- ment known in .; .: ,.
j:;;;, ... ., 'I' J, ... ... 1'' J. days ; this for engineer than'In appoint, ' .Miami.Kirk l- ; '. ..yy .
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*' ., 2' t ,... M -' .' -. 800r 'week while engaged :in 'r -ratlng"' the ing Mr.Freder et. *" near"'il0CI1\-ltree ;forniabed or onfnr-' ': .''
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-r -; .' ::1 "' t d Monroe bas Just\received pay nlsbedopposfeEplacopalchurohAp .:t
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; (h :)'r .. 21c 'basics men" of Miami for B. G.-Dun There Is potbing this \
., r ;Good Ora .:Red.Damalk::" erj yard. f:, :. ''',.. f ;. A.. ,". : 02S J ,A Cojof Newport: City,. f -v week eoncerniagthe' : new commencement.*to relate famished from the government from his for spring the water to transports :be- ply:.oo,premises . ,t-18-4t:! j jJajiey l.-. ':f-

: Bette.r8g l.esa c d45C '"ud\.::; ''' ',!: :\, :, . :. Decorum\, ,' 'respectability' ':and goodworklktbe' of the work on the Nassau Hotel rfe to be taken to 'Sampson*fleet -Puuappla, Slip*',4,Bocfari f .. 6.doz : ,very' fine Shirtwaists i rnMe by house- in'the'

I .'f.- ,.......-'COUdl. at actual.cost., "* .'!:,.,theJbestr .t.,, :\ ,. Tt D.t\Barber I Shop. 81t'clJI. t \ rush be taken as the within time 60 limit',days.for,There is:no the blockade' off 'zantfagorbefore"thed"tru :; : bbakas:,: Egyptian\ QQeenfGoJden'."' 01 "

x .. ''. ;Full(!size;.afl l-LlnenNapkina;>: at 8c,peA-' z .", ., l, ', .. ' dente 0..W.HcCordand of Mlamf.Fare; "family now,..,located Iate'reel.at. .ia January.1st;1800.. completion. : ,,memorable tloD.morning of C ,of August fleet on-1st.E. ;.that",, Queens. 'PortoJUco'iSmootlt.'?::Apply to' CayenneandBedStuknf.b. '.. ;;.-- i7fi.tt:1i-",
i :- ': T9pek'a.-.Kano' where }(McCord'ae ;Tbe Ooo '. toaae at Lemon City is Melbourne 'IJW>> MATT&I 1: :
: r'i.. :' .., = P. Branch of the 8ta'Bank ,_ nova ,r Ji'7 ;R '
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h ei; the b lug.rtJJtted:and renovated!for the '; .
: > Atcbison'Topeka ,' ."F lm;Beach Pinery," i 4 'r-
.to the ;
: r ;'t', =.: .. : ::1' : ,.W.. .Fcts; .,,.). .12,9..( !rw 0.a1r-k' and. S Dia Fe .. +,.,,'.;.::1 winter,season.. ,Jacksonville:Mrs..Coo ;U1"where bas_justletujraedJroni shepurcnasea't and is came,a guest.at the'citJ"on Jiaml."He-wm night; : _;A, '!West Palm B acb- -;Ha. f --
t. ? d Mrs Le Lano, wife of CaptrDe spend a few days at the.:Inn :'&f1h& <
;. };:#fF : ..: ,. j t') !. :i <':_. ' ) '1 : of the Miami, together with the Misses The MuntnV furniture.' .' Grove Mr. Branch I is one of the lead ': ;2_ipftg:Ofw . 1'

:>t. it 4'dozen'Oojrset-Cover atz3c each '" J _. 1'1, DeLano, leave''I next Tuesday'for' as boueewillbecpe .. hiiwinter' ing citizens of the East Coaat..He was ,.I have i'flue place;suitable for farming 1,$ ':
.... i Mariori ,Mass., select private bouse:: .. :
; ,e :4 dozen DrawJftTrnade of good Muslin; at 30 each.; 1 ., : the young: ladles ; a candidate on the Republican, ticket or raisingjroit trees at south aid. :.t' -1 .
: r will finish their ; JfVP Johnson. re Whit ;
ITM t the '
: ' lot'of,, well trimmed'and well made Chemises i t education., i: rned'to-Kei Legislature two years,ago., : otBiua'ntBa1 .bo""plDeand--
.I' ..: Big: : ) at 900. each. I : F Monday, night after few ; _
t1 .' .., k rs. I J. H; ,Vereen, ; wife ofJj: JB. a days :The tb.which it ria',lands--: some.iimpror d., .Hoose "i.'
.J; \ :.. t':. w ";r; *; u .: *** Gowns at85c., ach.. & Vereert:,'proprietor of the withbisfamily, here, In whoM home 8A was thought: ""'
new.restaurant lUJO GcodwstesaudwmetooIrI .
rocks could be mKby machinery \ %
Z{. { : , = T l,., t.: 'H ,'." '::Skirts" at.$ts, _each ... \ :in. the arcade, arrived; Miami; been&guest'for-several.'weeka?Jennie Ledwitcb:; of Key* ,West baa the Presbyterian a cbCT) _* 'woold not for wiltlet<
:..,. .i." t" " :',Big lot,- of. -'Ii. adics'. ... -:Wrappers.at, o8c:each.. .''(. :-s' "P t.* ". . ''I this.wfek': from:their late )'homeat; who will remain a welcome visitor, and in stand the work, and t the!,Stemptto or two yean.:,_WiUIeu.l&meoalQOd; tf '
} : .: ,*** *; '** ,. ; '$1.15 -" t Ocala with hertwrchildren.rs I reasonable.ternt, J' or".particptara.t4,1 .
'It I p' ' ,at'. each_ } \ ' -tt.j.| :, i:Miamtior some .' saw out rock will be abandoned rortfie- )L .3_;;\..
X-vf ; f 8..B cherhas'; 'a.neatlyeatablshed;; I, k"B.IkaulenOD': .m.ee : present: W."H. Weataerly force ... : .;)IoaT. -
: j It'f\ : sell' : bottling,works In the of, bis I : of"Fort Prercewas ,of laborers' work t-l1 "' W; ,
& a pleasure J, goods when you kncjwtthajt: t rear cold : in the at opening'a quarry : ." ) Bi.b\SPr1DP\ !
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city -
a daya the
few {
drink during plstweek'upoo" {
stand ;
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] :gives attention !for the rock on the rise' 'onthe -f
F: J'' j. :the':one buying' o! youis ing:; visit to"his brother,'C. H. of. ground .... -.7iii ..u ...-
buy good goods at" right ,f fpricest to bottling.all kinds of soft He. corner of llth street and the Bouletard. -, 10: -;. ... '" .
Banlerson. '.
f J: : i ent'ersourfs .uses fresb,'pure rain water ]'MrRaultrson states. that I .. ;- Fine healthy Portorfco and Abbaka.moimiacrr ; ./ r1Up.a'i
Every !
4 : ; persolf who : n Is : drlukl' he f: \ ; :-[
tr build'' stock '. '
e"; *For clies Work' : ,* (pen here at no : ,' -.. ,.. : c :
\ rat PItJ 'of'f'iieDdi l- 5
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;f .' r;:<;" greeted with politeness. ..and. ,kind .treatment' 'whether! ., Date I \try' ;; to- .distant.date :aad 'ship-cattle here. ..furilaugfller ,A pleasant :' 1 Co.Box ., .
rber..SbP., ti a B-l> and Mrs.S.Graham of t
: they sly to.:buy'jor" not. Afr.. Bstes> is still.in ;New t -4t-ycl for tl1l.n.rkec.; ) their Biscayne, -, _: SlT WestPala Beach, 7U.628tf t.1-. ,.:,
.:. ; : >M rs:'phas.'Astonof]' :High'Springs; ; 'The tomato acreage at Biscayne;station were guests on a. ""trip by;-Jaunchup ,
>- the rirer.luesd .They constatedof
York '" )
uying. "- : :.will' be f more.:than ,doubled this J MI. ; :
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: : ' : .. operator: Capt. DeLano, Mrs.;: De Lano the :Prfnta'Sehool.r ,
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; ) season ,
: ;: over that of.last., if reports.that
.Mrand I Mr*,':Aston have to is De Lane, Capt. Lovelace',wife All ypgOgmlntereitedla:anight: >f
commenced come us are correct. It ,,the same ;
: .' housekeeping in Geo..,Bines's hous. +, way la!every" section of this part'of the and mother.,fbe afternoon was pleasantly : school are requested to call:on,meat =rte
f tL IINIDER GOODSx .A. Eiaad''\ county,and In section ,passed and the ;:ladle.'of. the the acboolboose.' _Private school: 'for "
: : < .. : Mm.. Kingsley 'aeDOW.oceupylng : some *.it will- f be party;given! a view::.of :the ,beautiful 001'4afITp English" \branchesarich-;, t .
greatly than doubled.
their>pleasant> :cottage on fist of the.tGI the tiead ,1' '
of the
llth .tree t.< ,- .Mr.KlnnleY:. the ,V*!'; ;Mrs,)Edith Hun rour-piJbUckbool rater c.fes !l 'A' ;. D1eU ,.'Uoguages.. ;baslneaa, tad musts: j ''t .; i
:f!, :i'': most ., ; ./ < : _, :- 9 ."- .. '..AuD. 1I..BVJIGD8.. r
.T1IoPOusj\\ : : teacher "
:. i t pleased to.state is has;purchased 'the' little cottage < 't
That will begin to arrive jn,a few days, I, find it:very 7necessary slowly: recovering! from 'his:'protracted just west.of Mrs.= Xaugbnn9..onUth offered A.Corellbas him in the icceptedt' ail e'chief positfon' ; .; = : .. '. .1e17.t.1m.b.I'" .1, ;: .

ft hen +V invif* fir n tn visit "** v 1 .w.. .'Hobbs,who W, been:engage! where,1;togetherarmy;corps which will Buy garden or''fl ld seeds'before *getting -"" :f. -
; 1n teaching school and.building'the she,;:will; enter:'upon"the solemn(?.) soon, ..Jeue.JacklOnYllle.fotoUaYaDa I' my prifiea .:.Hy twenty-one leu't1. "

""t. 5" northern|part'of">> the,county* for;the. duties,' of light; house-keeping; r y'.' .arlin the:.:month fOcto: er., experience lnT Florida planting,,..testIng + 1/ 1
s t past;yea ','has 'returned 'to Cocoanut ':. Prof; Albert Brirgeea'commenced his Mr.Corell was employedatveteriuarysurgeon and:'handling 'seeda'from every 1..t :" ;; ...
.'.. 'of :,) The SUTDFlSe S1k Grove where be will- !' pake'his..home'fn .'night';school! at-tlw-scboolbouse; :'last while th'e-troops'were :here section of country,;enabies'meto;. pro*; f. :;; .
i $ ,the .futnre.ro :: N r"': I 'night He baa, fifteen :pu ila'in.: his and was'so successful iu'bis treatment I cure the best:at lowest prices. ., Send .. :=:: ...
.oA... W t.-. .Ji.&'. Carmtherswas' called: to:St;;; rivatedaj .cb ol.' The:night school that his services... . w sought. as ,men. .* for price lilt"r J. B. BOTTOJI,.
'Augustine Tuesday..ba, is a: good'opportunity-'for: review by tioned, w' -.r Seedsman.MKxposltioo: St.,. ,
.: : message -
.: .1... 0 i da September 26, and reap,'a'few of the which"'announced the those;,who,are'rusty snd'.tbose- who r if-fsoV J Ocak: Fla.r j -
,, _ !_! a % i"fas4t severe illness of .-A'glance.j it.,the:'columns_ pf the I' :, :, er
Mrs.Carr bare not for school
''' ;: 0\ : ,)In. Carrnthers tben at that city.;:How' ;III .opportunity. .. day MXTBOPOLIA from,week; to4'weekwll{ i :Begfctsr! ,,LteglBtaL f i .
1:* pitch
was, be&dis did. Tbebeicof light .t the turning of disclose the fact that.Miami is increas y -
_ .;c.," L j I, notlanounee.Mrs. .,- 1" <: :- .the;channel_'-to!Cap Florida; :, will be tog her population rapidly all the timeThir'lncrease'r !:, .City Clerk :."....(sham :will: :V"II'caa: $ '. '(\ ".
l. c a, isP : .Keller of Daytona who baa been lighted from about the Brat of October of a-1 very'* desirableclass llill offlc*.t>stbe sea.. D emunber :from :t'' .:*
.visiting'. her' '.',daughter ,Y""., :Jehn' ,The work of installing:the light_,has : of,peopl* 'who are: a:help to any '9 to. U a:m.+daily, except' Sunday,aad. l .- i. .
ietor:, Sewell, for.the past ao days,returned', beeaicompietediniGreener; '.of comWunity.eeprekoftheManor; ,all .day rOB'tb* last day of the mob, '
to her borne Sunday.')I She'was.ascotqpanted Lemon City,has been'appointed as bea* otia and.leanest.bdw-Miam<< and.thcountry t .wbJchlimrt h wnt e'prepa.tecl"t, G. I .

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F: \ WILL NOT: BE UNDERSOLD. Mail Orders* r.will rcceive! prompt attention. EDWIN NELSON Miami Elorifl'aI'

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N. UTlnnu.: C.(L F rntK 18-foot channel) feet.wide. : The situation of Miami as the most \What else remains but for this Democratic, City Primaries.! :' -

1.04U.OOO cubic;yard* aud. 20centi, 909,900 I southern railroad-station.1 in the United I ment to retain that which i* govern-I C. CQNE 7f y ;
T'1 MO.OW cubic,yards rock, at lit..... 9,!:,OOO The d illy qualified city 'electors .of 1 : -
Englneeriuc and contlngeaoles. States and its nearness td bur ne.w It is, going to be a huge .
Th Miami Metro% olis. about 10 per cent.................. 70300 possessions in tle) West indies, will establish. er stable. the Democratic' party of jth! City of I

add much to our chances tu securing a territory of the United States, but Miami are hereby invited and"requu9ted Blacksmith [and :J
Total ..i.........,.......>loooooo to meet at the PChooIh i can do the work without
\ an appropriation. i we any gr..atdan
Pt'DIJ8HF.D BY "To protect the entrance jetties will ThursdaySeptember2dth, 185W t tso "
The Senators and Congressman f'r to our institutions and with ,; I
'. be required i ,and in the above estimatesthe p. m. standard time for the of '
? The Davis fo ; purpose
: BiV Biseayne Publishing Company expressed great confidence in profit tie as a nation. I. Wheelwright.Carriage
4 cost of the rock exeat ation is included Miami's future. 1 It is purely a question of business. nominating candidates for the following . ... .
: MIAMI, PAPE Cut NIX FLOkIDA, in placing the material on the Nut one ,of theory. It is a questipn city ofliices to be voted for at the 'I _"

1 rhe m(fit 'SnuthU. ewpaper published ont i line of the jetties. In the 15-foot POLITIC simply of whether we will take what general fourth city election to be held on the ; Bog and. Wagon- IItpa! ';
k otlQtln\ <>( the I'ulted State at the channel the north jettyill be 2,100 BAD belong! to Us or not. We cannot shirk Monday in October; 1.W, the ) r stt' l.
4', ---, toutbcrn railwayterminal.. feet long, and the south jetty some same being the 24th day of the month: f-
: niopt. i At the preterit time we note, that national responsibility. It is one of the.resultsof i :.. t".ec.
2,000 feet long. In the 18-foot channel \ A Mayor, to serve (oronetyear.One : Air work and ,
the Phi Hi
that the
pines neatly promptly
fcn this war are -
.Entered. the Pontofflce at Miami,Florid. the north will be'3,000 feet politicians of both dominant Alderman FJ'
jetty to.
long suicetnt F. S.
.'ond-dau i matter. ours. We may as a, nation have din- tntially done and satisfaction
& --- and the south jetty 2,400 feet long. party 'and minority partY-'b national cussed declaration of for .Morse, to serve for two Yl ar C' gi'r ii'l11
%c : Subscription Rates. The commercial statistics of Biscayne affairs are irretrievably committing longer period had we had in view the One Alderman to succeed Hmn'Co- . ::::r .
One yraSix .... ., .... ........$1.00 Bay are not sufficiently definite to grove, to serve for two :
.. b. .. ._. . themselves against. the .acquiring of acquiring of so vast and rich, but perhaps year -
moiitTbon .11' .., .:.... . .. . 1 00y cause me to express an opinion as to One Alderman to succeed ,V". M. i
S i iCOUUt ine in a.Imnt e will receive a '* the benefit that Would derived by territory in ,the Phillipine ,In thedoininaiit not desirable territory. The for Brown, to serve far two yearn.A . :' r
Fur mOnthl of have this -
.utN04'rrl't $1.00, ami MX tunes war given territoryto
_:! ; '- -erll\fluu for 73 ii nt8. TbU IK a liberal 1I1Jb-1 the government by tbe expenditure of I party in Florida opinion on,* us at very little sacrifice. It is Marshall and Tax Collector GOtoth :it'i,

1, tu duet.Mrictly ad,anre paymeutiAdvertisfne the large sums.required for the Improvements -I th? subject istvery much divided. The simply whether we have the to serve for one year. i . '

Rates. f"r.whicb estimates are St t platforni pronounced against encounter the work .ahead 0 pluck, orwhether A City Clerk a'nd; Tax Assessor, to . ..LL'MiamI \ :\r ;'*
-i' presented. It may possible that the serve for one year.A . -
to acknowledge to "
--i5 I)1JLII ONE ONE THKFK six ONE futuredemandaof commerce make the measure, while the recognized! we propose City Treasurer, t08erv for one Drug Store -
-3 O'MJI. W'K. MO MO>. MO> TEAlL.I may the world as a nation that we are afraid ;r- \
this bay a most desirable place to improve organ of the party in the State edited year., -- '
,, -I luebiwhes. .$ IOt) $2M) $400 1600 $0000 of a big job and throw up the ponge. -J:JFor'oo1.sparl11s. -t ;.
-, : .s Iill 3 OH 6 00 10 GO 18 00 with the expenditure of these by;the Democratic appointee for Internal We won the respect of the nations of JoHN Srwrn.; tv1 and t '
4 1(1 800 15 00 2500 \riter -
t OJ t '
-1'Act 4 3 Int'br Indies I 3 Otl> SHOb& 10 00 18 00 l 30 00 sums. At the present time a sidewheel Revenue Collector, whd j is still the world in our conduct of-the war. Chairman City Dem. Ex. Com. rriDbwl Fruit t.-r v ? :i! i *

Stow-ib) < w ) 1* UQ 100 85 00 river and bay steamer makes semiweekly holding over, the Times-Union and We will sacrifice that respect if we Attest : ,' ., Pure DfH f ml To'J t rt e; :( ... jt
F'- 6 Ituches.4 r.u 800 1400 24 00 42 00 trips between Miami and Key Citizen, cannot see too muchjterritory show the white feather S. L. PATTEBSOK, Sec. Flnelinflitu.' 'v nt'I Ir.r\'and. f 4.1'I' 1- .
: - :- rnebPs 500 9(10 160IIL2700400 Wet, and various small vessels' andyachts to take in the Pacific. now. . I ..J> Jv rs *tfi pMi} sttvseirnegiven I. 1-..
for:us man civilizethe t U '
*Ilebet. 1000 1800j5000 MOO \ Keep everything sight; I v 1..siuulu1).iing 1't YrescrIp. : If ::, :
-- ; tLlehf: s t : : 1100 JO 00 33 00 6000 enter the bay. The products with the courage of his c convictions is people &s fast as we can; make the I PROCLAMATIONNotice lloi .- _".' :: iII f-.t .
1200 &W 3600 6600 that reach Miami by water and are admired in J :
l te s' ) .i : to be nYWhere public life. different islands which have becomeours
-' r 12 IlK'l1es.,. 8 50 15 13 W 50 ;200 2800S800. d 3900 00 7200r 7800M then shipped by rail appear to come lie;may judiciously express himself as productive themselves consumers of General Municipal ..Election. :'l1.Il. DneG' CO.:. .#

- ''J* ln'h".. s00. 100 45 00 TO) from the chain of keys that stretch opposed to such a measure. Ytt things of our products; increase the S- 'I r
Ineht'S.:. 00- '1700 30 00 48006i 'WOO southward from the Cape Florida B lcLor Bl. ck. ;: -
, --4- 14 en- may so shapethejnselves that even if increase the construct the VIRTUE of the
anthorltr te T* b
' is IncheIJ.. I 10 00 15 00. 8JOOSt 00 96 00 ; navy; army; By 1.IHr fra f .: r. "
15 Inthes : : io o 1900 OO. MCMV 1000 .trance. it were thought advisable slid judicious Nicaragua canal. Let us show to the undersigned by the laws ot th. staff itt :. f :
,- -- lTlncttet(;;: 111k) 2000 36 0) 5700 10800US J. W. Sackett, assistant engineer, to turn \the Philippines over to world that we are not a nation of Florida and the ordlaaiuti of the CHr of ; ; i : : j-t '
;.- In'l1e.1. liSt) 21 00 WOO 6000 00 the Philippines or turn them1 back to 'children Miami the : '
19 11It'11t:8.. \ 12 110 2'l 00 40 00 63 OIl 118 00 among other things reports upon the any longer. % qualified electors oft CUf_4f -. -- ,
V t' .
20 In.II rot, t: 110 23 OO 4! 00 jI110 121 00 as follows: Spain we could:not do so. As a nation - ---- Miami are hereby lIoU t4.tbat general eity 'icL ''
'4 IA.caL rrukjlng not Ict-a 7 rrnti per line. survey w'e let the world knoW ba..we election will be 1 : :
held Ia tbe
city,council chamber C
THKRK a which is fight -
is fight
a 4 : ;;
ie\iaUontrmu these rate "Previous (investigation '
< made It '
; apparent are tate ripgthe, question of whether on the second. floor of thec1tvjairbiiik. 1
< about about to be in : ;\
that an improvement of Biscayne we retain the islands:or:.ifny on proclaimed lng'outbe '. -

.:KIAMI, FLORIDA &fPTEMBEI 2311a08. Bay wouldi need, first, the portion the or not. It now looks the Democratic party over the nomInation rmutb Monday Octobs .A. D. 189ft. klnda and iUea otG. ;

. improvement' of one of the three a* though Germany might undertake at the primaries for Representative. the same NIDIt the *ltb day ot II.6oorb. : : : : \l: -:
entrances. main ; :
C DKE1ENING.r* RABBOR. Florida The entrance at Cape by HOme underhand means to depriveus To one not familiar to all tbe that the poll will be open from s o'clock, r>., Cypress
presenting most favorable of this territory, or a portion! of it. Standard time, nntlhtunduwn, on said .
|)he vititjbf Senators Mallory conditions for .im rovement within ins and outs of politics in Dade county day; '
: : 1 Daring ThU1;we could not entertain as a nation that J. R. Abrama H. C. Budge and ff. IT

I .: | and.Pascojand' Representative Davis to reasonable limit ,_a j detailed survey at for a-'amoment. jThe Iowa and the Ore- ills rather difficult to size up, tbe sit- Kln
,.Ps :& Miami last Saturday and Sunday the this place was essential. Of the interior ,' gon are under orders to saiffor.Manila' uation. The'Miami club has expressed B.M. Smith ..clerk to conduct said elo''UOD_ :1j -4. TawkL
+ of the bay only such additional as soon as they are,repaired an4 put in .
here its choice for Frederick S. Morse for The officer*to be voted for area (ol : t fr 'question of deepening the harbor information jvas required' as would shape after their l long cruising1,which 'Representative. There are a great A Mayor,to terre broils. rear .' F" :< .
1 ; revived considerable attention. The -Show whether any change had taken will 1 Ibe about (October 15. Neither who to John Sewell Three Aldermen, or Member or'the'QI'1 :
since many cling as ; H. DAYIS 5::SOK j 1'c
place tbesurveys; of the United has announced : ,
,-- Biscayne was used to carry the Senators national political' party candidate. W. J. Shone is on a still Council;to lesT for two years. ; .
..- : tfnd [Congressmen and a party States been made.Coast and Geodetic Survey had its intentions-to'either, favor or'oppose hunt, for the nomination and ,states A dt-Clerk, who will also art at Asses-tor;' PaJatka' F1a.r 1' !I', _

: .! look acquiring the territory. We may have something is going to drop on the.4th. to s-Jire for one year. tr'wria r", Oata1irflu... 't t-04--24i4.. i 'i'
oh itizen down the Bay to over "It,was not known until the } '
tb retain possession) whether would 7.
survey we A Marshal and
W.T.Metcalf: of the Beach is not let- Tax Collector, to serve for '
-. : the chatoue| as now improved and fur- was completed that estimates were desired T, not. The ariny is undivided', the one year - -: .' 0.
.t- fuHi' of all the for greater,depths. ,In any eveifV question-take ,everything the, ting any grass grow under his feet. Notice for Publication. J ..f'.
,: : f niab them an idea sur- army Mr. Sewell and Mr. Shone will draw a A City Treasurer,to serve for one year.
the funds available
: : '*" 4illgs.!! Senator Pasco is one of I vey' were insufficient for to making develop thi'sor-.:w thany eaysA frightened As a into nation relinquishing! we' must our not pos be large number of votes which would go mid election will be conducted as- fat as. .LANDOFyIEAT fLtlNEaVI/LE-flA.f.Iolr itch,124)5.t-_ j9'' -

t4)_ 't7ft: t:committee on ,rivers and harbors degree of accuracy projects having session. If we ire left to ,settle the to Morse. Without knowing the sentiment duct practicable of General as is State provided"by and law Elucttous.the tbe-eon lotl i hereby given that the followtny- :
in view in the Beach section as regards County named settler ha3 filed notice of hI.intention to ,.
'J -hihe. : Senate and has already given improvement! of the matter unhampered by anj other In Witness whereof 1' -
have hereunto
tbe different candidates it would look affliM "..1L.tbat.
e :e ",. 'Biscayne Bly Iliderableattention. channels: a greater ,depth than 12 nation, well and [I,good If we _are not as though Morse's natural strength mj same and caused the City Clerk to attach I m..ke final proof in snppoit tit'hf.a'mlm.and :
feet. Intbe first said proof Anil be made before JBO.B. k ;
place,it is out of the in I
let alone to settle out affairs
>. ,j*_\ ''it seems to.be the concensus of opinm.Jamong question to consider tbe improvementof own would hero divided as to let Metcalf in. the teal of the..City of Miami and attest the RelllT.tJ. "*. CommissiencT"at VUmtfFOctober. .. ._ \ 6 t-
& |the Florida delegation in a channel our own way, there nothing left to This may or may not be so. If it is a same this Uth.."day-id f September, {Q' 8th.. IStB Tiz Wflll.mdfzs.'of >y' 1.t
; J through Cape Florida do but hold on to the whole archfpelagcl. fact and tbe'results show the 4tb ( *iu] A.D.isSe. ; *",.
"--, by these entrance and, up to the mouth of the Neither so on $Hb'ml.r1 Cmt8feadhzJ1f. ktheaina- { r."
: :Tt- ,Cong-Tessas expressed gen- Democrat or Republican the minority will elect its JKO. B. ROLLY, laror.i, .
? !! Miami River to depths of 15 feet and party est uarteTof-s-)1)tft-we'd q1tUUIBeed. ." .
: afford +
J ., tlemen ind.by Representative Spark"aTan politicians can to tnke a -Dr. Potter of Palm Beach the Attest: J. U. Oaeess.Cltj'clerk. : *"' ,-
18 feet t ,Bouf 41 Ea t/ : '
on account of the distance the (" hlP. Rante j
great questionfrom t
position on which ;
.::i' .. }upolhe occasion of, bi&xecentvislt over which dredging would be 'required. they cannot reced with hodor if occav present Representative. Many of the fie name the fort/>wlnc witnesses fo'prorrehU .; } ._
': ( to 'ul1miiin conversation with.i" members of the dominant.party realize I hereby certify that the City Cunuefl t>r the IC'O:1l1nU residence'' cultivation
_: : L: ;: ,If the l interests' of.cOlDm rce ion diruands. ;- upon ami. .of' : ;-
of The
: ** that gometbing .Ie in would ever require channels of 15 feet this and are attempting harmonizethe City Miami at a-regnlar meeting hel-l on ,ISidLlfldvlZ r r-
; I !
1-: ; the METROPOLIS, .
: : ** orycul8 feet ia.depth leading into t I .4sa.iMINICIPALjODATE3./ differences; but both SewfU and 15th day Of September, A.P.iSta.approved the .hiubert U Mills,or C'H-oanutUrore..
.the-nature'Of.an adequate appropriation Shone refuse be harmonized such appointment of the three iMpeciors I '
to to sn.I
f1. the
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the mouth of the. Miami River, the \ > bamnel A. B:leher,of Coeoaaat.GrOTt.FU- \
:t.S :c .WOLIldb35110W0d Congress this most favorable location. '. would be 4itinieipai, offices al@xtentastowit.bdrawfrom tbe race. clerk..of "election wbone name..appear Jn the 'I )Wiitin1L'labero! ! ( : % 't'i' l.
: .' winter t ., ,for .|he improvement pf Bis through Norris Cut and'da' | It is a knotty question for the dominant foregoln Dotlee of ekftloiusepa3oct 'Vi11UUD K, EbenoM of "*J*' "
shpuld-tjbear mind that in order to party to .a lve. The minority J. M OUIIAH.City Clerk. .
4 O :
Having been directed to Mi aoaso'aegi.t 1" -
% t...' 'r"'. JiIy.uc estimates for such:f hnmmlir. HiO prepare.frCTin have their names placed on the official .party.is simply lying back' and. keeping .

: ..,!Settajor, papco presented.the MITBOP.i8wilh width, I beg forsJafftbat. the data at ballot they.must be nominated by some i close watch. '

.;t f. ..< .. ..aVopyof. the report of bet band. are sufficient to..make a .close caucus"mass meeting, assembly, convention - I -s pIT NEW DRY GOODS STORE; 1$

:?,. ,.- engineers wIt I > made'the recent surrey apprj.r1tlon. i the total amount of or primary, and a certificate .is not necessary to wait until a .

", .l ::,br.tlhe_ .,Bay,,with:a harbor appropriyiew. -- ,_ rial which would require removal, rate day in its history under the pres- - -'
have been so nominated
:t1 'ilo I 'in I. .: This report was e T ut information regarding tbe relative that. they' ent management' for (he METROPOLIS :
I t amount of rock included is sadly lack moat ,be made and signed by the -
.. .:'C < :K V oii( tol the h'sk1)rnents '. & make known*;Jts position on any
From the
Ing best; information avail. officer and secretary of iuch)
: made L er.irlh4. channel L to. able rock is believed to exist along the caucus mass meeting or.other> as4em- question which:may arise. That position n :

..".",....... 'Cape Floridailast winter. line selected at an 'average depth of \IS bly which certificate must be acknowledged .was clearly.defined ia our'issue of W. t

..._.:.7 {, Lieut.'.W, ffrU. Benjuard,''among feetbelow'mean low water. Assumingsuch'to before Rome officer, qualified to September, .and to define It. the .M1Burdiue&Sou)
:f4t ; the'many: other.features: of his report; : be the,case, the following take acknowledgments filed with
: 'which toolengthy for,us to attem pt to estimate for channels through Norria 'ii' the City Council not leas than twenty METROPOLIS did not find it necessary -

:republish) makeS tbe'follqwlDg, statements Cut has prepared; : days before tbe date of"the election.1 to whip anyone else It bad the nerve
\ to define 1t.8.position to start with it ,
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i :; jto'\$ IMort channel 150 feet wide: Any 'audidate'bo lias not. received a wt : J V
;] "considering; the question of the 835.000 enbte yards nod at 20 cents S 287,000 nomination and certificate\ hat the eM1raJe of its convictions; Itdid.not'

,-',. -i;*- '\.chahnel-from..:Cape' Florida to Miami t4Vooo) cubic yardu' rock at 93....<.?" l,3SOoo as abov!!set forth procured may have a. his name ,. find it; necessary, to draw its Have adopted the following, as their Special% 4
and .
Knglneering ,
: icontingencief .
from *
& -1#,. 1'River. the .8ueyf howed changes about 10.per cent..;............. 153 ooo placed"on the official ballot by filingwlthtbeLCltyCouncil inspiration' ; any questionable Sales or Bargain Bays J" vMonday .
..jeti. Iron'the'chartaof. the Coast. un..y, i not less ownership; Ildid not leave its readers YIZl- : ; ;. _
,. :ri4' ;.,...... .... ..11,890.00018foot than guessing for months whether, it-was a : -
"tfJBt. . 4"TCfptng! .the1;cbanneUof the.Miami. ; .n. '_ twenty days before the--election a petition j. : -a .if.;' :
.., ' 2iyerand to the, southward,: dredged wIde "' bird,'6r 'a hat'ormoose. journal ' :
ebann lee& i signed by at Jeast 'twentyfive'Voters ; Thursday : .
-12 'v t q l>y the railway. mpan' -The dredged 1,00 000 cubic yaWaraad,ataocenta.1 205, who are qualified to vote at the which expects .to assist in-advancing : "
;: :: .4imel:was 'carried"from;.the.9-foot *'840.011)cubIc 75r5s rock,as S3.,,-..- 2,5),ooO city election. Such petition shall set the public sentiment of, a city should -'h'1

k-, r ; '''.Aitour, at:;th*: upper end of...the Bay ..':Ennneertng$. J .per,.en.1 and eonUn&encieg'00'......;..? .271,200: forth that the 'voters who signed,the not find and it necessary"- clothe its ownership Tuesday . : Friday and : *
of in :
: tlM. OJ thtt rhel7; Id ,some shoals in the >. .. same request tbe candidate to fb'r source Inspiration a :
t I.Tota1.000.000 fountain bead of which is not willing
'| depth of
) erwere1 .ved.sothat. ;
: j office and tbat his' be
name placed on
feet ; .number of "To protect the entrance jetties will people should have knowledge.
if ; . a )' ..was "aforded"a the ballot. Wednesday Saturday. ; 'ft
'ba. :; 4.. )i; 'j*ices. 4,This dredged depth' ia Undertv be required as follows.:For,the 16-foot The city election) ; occurs on',October24tb. keep,up'wit.b or lead public-sentiment 1Don't : > .. ..
.: 'j" ':;S 1 > od:notto; have beenj:fully.main.L ; channel the north jetty will need to be All certIficate and' should ha.e.Jometbing.back'of it at 1. r 5iT' '" .:{ I
. iioedasshoahingoftlieehannel: ,has 2,4OOfeetlong,. and the south Jetty petitionsmust take. There is nothing said in the forget: the days On\J these 'days;we '
< :: ] ; be filed with the City Council or .r.. ;<;: ;: t.
'-. i.' t (-' J. 1n ,reported at several points ialbe; 2,000 feet'long; r.FOR the l -foot chan-i its clerk not later than October.4tb. above and we bave nothing further to lIohcetJ'otTettbe i'. ; ; .
1n nel the: north 'jetty will need to be say along the same-line.. propose, until further '
.:,f ')#\er and the bay; ,: :: : ., 1
;:..?,_L <, -'tA'study of;the lap of the surveys 3,000 fetlongrand the south jetty;2,400 '. I T 'j ; : "_ ,

JtSC ; ,1r n\s.:,to\iudic te the .most feasible le long;;-In preparing the above eat! TERRITOBIAI-EXPMi3ION' T ER& 'aeetrl'sto: be. but very little ..

l:), ,. .!!.ject..,t( :be :the.,formation! ,of a4eI31Inel mate.tbe'price for rock excavation Is The question of'whether the.United affiliation between the Democratic GREATE 'A GAINS. -. : \ :: '.: --t :
of 12 feet depth and of ample Include the cost of-placing ,. .
t.- ' :*? ..Width! from :the"deenwater, eatOf the :excavated.rock f the jetties. States will or will.not, keep_that which. ( party in: Florida. an its chief'organtbe .; -" :p

t"-' : ***'' $Cap honda. ,into, Biscayne .Baythrough Adopting a crop section fortbe uorth is hers,:give,..It awayto, her friends or :'. and Citizen. Tbe hown in Mi llii. No limit to ;thea y :

.t;" .'c: t \ '.the .pr genU.channel..to-ananthorage jetty;,having :tbe..top'at 'reference I return it to her vanquished,enemy.is Democratic party,gtrotiftly. harea ever .
:c:71'1: : grtvundjnide, Ini:'ybicn of five feet above mean low,water with favor of the flhlf to '* . ;
-;_, there>is. an< are 7,006-feenong and a width of 20 feet, and the side'slopes :.one:wbicbjls l agitating the publicminijJust : .P atform and the quantity a yone. ; '. 'f : '-r' -.

,'"I-r_ . fe \ 1 of the jetty 1 on and tbe at this time when. ztension; territory a resultof We .sacrificed in .all ;- ..
."J--i A averaging ltOO:| ? .having \adepth 1.Kt same cross tff11eJs1fi are ,now'makinggreat .. our : J ; .l
p 1:.. '. 1exeIS of
G.r-2 .-"?wr lent. available"depths throughout: the tbe crest width':would.be only;10 feet, Ptistosettlj c1tizeD's'positioD'..n the question of

'r: -. \Lf basin. of'. Bise8ynOBay, brIo feet, tbe jetties for tbe 15-foot channel would r tbp10tPeae' betweeithe United tbe;Chicago-platform is well Known, SUMMER GOODS. ; T.k : 1'1

: $ I :'.i\ though there are large.areas where 11 require" not'more than.,1l0OOO state ; rid; Spain and tare,already Jn white it isjirgently calling for..the : ;

_-I"1" ; . to'12 feet t'JaTe',.found.. .!The'prescntj'chane yards of rock,apd for the 1 t chan.10 I 'session at11 Havana and San Juanengaged.Iu takingofeverythingin sight in the way ,.. .- a.
; ) dredged In the Miami River and nel not more lbs of territory' which"bas come to us '
-r Suits
c.J Straw Hats Helmets] Linen
cubic Jards; settling b.e\d\ at.isor Alpaca: \ f
( ,In tb immediate channel outside may so that iftion tb .y' through the means, of.tbe war Hawaii p . .
unt'of'roctexcava '
J considered as giving width of,60 I .w : nation of Cuba ..nd'orlt Rico res pectirely. -; included, is' somewhat 'at variance - sltort] ]
.. ; :"!' pe a baa' been : frbis Coats and Vests'(both and clerical p.t'f) : 'i
-" .. 'fe.tandftdepthffleet.sJ .. fLt . : as. great as, I *- t with.:the position of the Times- :. ; >
. : ed there_will be,.'sufficient to tot. ''l '
{1 It.would. seem i though any Union and Citizen of no distant date Lawns, Organdies Gent.4' and Ladies': Low '5
7Iie Towwiner increase tbeToume) :'of the:jetties to f
aUmate .
is presented. Bne-SBun theories or deftly.applied eQ'.Wwas.bittt :' the
rJJ opposing ,
4.-t; jur; a channel.along' .the' 'line of the four: times as much.as tbe above cross&ectIODI' sophistries wee necessary. ; to,settle the annexationuof"Hewaii w But if:tbe-T. Cut Shoes. In fact wd are..:.,compelled to" :.
; tfJr channel at Florida would give for the.:l -foot .
\_ .I .present buoyed Cape United States in tbe position.it must UiCvand its ,pattygetalQng all ,
t1entrance;12 feL deep into:the anchorage channel..and nearly six times as mach take l iii.tbe matter Porto Rico is ours _>reduce our Mammoth Stckiinjeveryline to - ;-

.. .-.. ,-o:: J ground: inside'the' .,shoals, an.d'10 as. they; would give. .for the-18-foot: by pre-arranged agreement,.Cuba goestotbeCnbanutleastfor it rItworking.atthese does not.seem as though cross anyone purposes else make room for \Yioter'l1oodsLWa . : '
.,: -'"'..;_ ; ,feet,"deep thhce, to Miami;. Oti feet channel : --'C' J a time;Hawaii should uttercomplalnt.: \ :

:, .". '.wide on the onter hoal, 800, feet along ":"A. channel 150 feet wide throughout is ours legislation"Guam is ours by ,-- I .4. t _
-z. :1"_ -. -' - the, .inside portion toe outer shoal, its l length- manifestly too n.rroww conquest, Luzon is' ours also by con, -! : : '
.t.. ,7. '900 feet'wid y,through' the inner shoal accommodate vessels. 'from 15 to 18'feet quest.;.The;rest of,the IPhillipjnes \ AtSUBSCRIBER'S Are Agents 1'-1'.c
. aDd feet thence draft,especially at the entrance and ',- .
the-aneborart remains with,the:United i States. to say H Appreciate. tbe'MetropoU* and WaaU. \
'.: l. .;"imif'X"' :.' where the wharves may,be situated."' whether she wants ornot.' **<* 'vr ':-> Little J KlTer Heard yrom.To i ,.

: ,/'F..,; 1* cubic yard*of Band at 30 cent*.i,1P $ l.roD ,It.now J.ooUI'U.though:. something r t (Spain'; fattempt to (secure payment the Editor of the )lu roWt..' : .: It -, :' r 1f j\\i.r % r'r,

- -: .5tJ10tnbloyard,0fUUdatR1ReutI.V-:' 4IiOOO would be accomplished daring the com 'for all governmental property in I wish to drop you a slip of newsier For' Sweet, Orr & CaJs tyS/aIl! H'hompisoh's- .
'ar4101 at$2.50.n
.rOOt"O .
r ) 'JRicb in 'Cuba. and )onraIready much improved and high .
Porto in :
." :. Guam. '7
.uioaerin5 .504 eontlng ncte$, about ; inginterIn"s: a--c
: -
r-- _r>., '. -_ ;1.5.perHIl.t'.1f". '....n..u... .,.. ,,11,5OO riiig-a&appr'oprj.' ; The'United States will not par.* Why ly appreciated papefin this- section" ifyothazeruomforIt. GlovfittingIlpy Cpr estt1iaDjxie MjSftiito| I. t'
'f. : ; tion. IY&mIghI.state' that; .' the .
rT. f' appearances should ? Wehave '
t. we Spanish :
:.' \o.1't," Toial.:= .....-1'.. t. .".. ...I3.000' seem.to indicate that the:Norriscatabanned in:'.Porto'fifco:disbanded.and'evacuation army We would like to seethe north aide which attaches. : the bedsfeati instead of ., :' :::

: : r ".Th make the channel] IS .feet deep "well'.advanced.: In of Little River mentioned in your welcome .
j pill be the Santiago the '
:'t-l one urged uponCongee8. "' the ceiling. We:sell Coa t Thread to merchants -
: : ;{ rou.rhout.-ythem'i e'of eame dhnenr Spanish army is >no,:more, having all :columns." ., .- ; .\ ;
.. l siiyis.'lhe. .Wt. .'.would be Increased for Impr iernent4, : It, '_will here three :and .... -. .
.' -. '- l : c gon' back: tOiSpaJn! ,:;fln Havana'we :-,1| reached jrears ago: at 41c 1'edQzen.' : :
tt: z:':,.. ':$845,0)0 : l 'v:* f\ cost much more money' than the chaH' have.the Spanish arm'atour\ It at that.time'there. were but two house j 1ve :
f .: .- JT''l',lk. the'ia f rmat on'. at1; handappruxImaIe lid mercy in of little'settlement but \ the '] of .: J 1)) '
to Cape>Florida. to,a depth of J2 necessary to place it there.aln Manila sight our. ; carry largestjissnrtment ,; ,; !
:.J estimates for the"amount feet. 15Ofeetide-( below) that the .Spanish .army..i.a; \ hing of tthe n w'I.:can-ait in my door:;"apd-t see i. \': .Jever -- ; :
'." "on.material to be removed; for'.lh* depth the-Norris. '.Cut channel will betbe pastthe, .Spanisti navy_ is:jno longer a fifteen ?houses4 with,: more or, leas d. ''' r '" .1 : C .'., .' .it ;: : .

-. .t- ''#:desIred channel through>NorrJs" Cut 'cheapest., Anything less than 20 menace, r 4*. ',- "* I improvement. around themrv,!' I Umbrellas and Parasols i3 t t.' _. e\

;. 4.t. .. ;caA be-prescnteathougb.theremay.be feet should not be contemplated,which .It is simply a. question'ofIww. _much There has ben. ,less than forty .. . _, -
:.:". '\d ,aomeqiwstlon as to the amount rock will' 'cost-;in the neighborhood .we;want' or/mast, tke.in: tbe'Philhpines acres of,'pine land 'cleared here:since ; .1 '". '. .y ,

: ,;q jnq!pded.4'Considering: that the rock is $4.000,000.. The:MK1'8 POu. loes not ,:not a question:of what Spain that time.. ,There is one man on-.our .!.,. -

-. _' ". :'- atvaii$average depth of'.12 feet below ''I thinkItisuver- onfldentwhenlt ltatesthat wantsto.give tis;(. Spain i4jrttheutne j side'of tbe river who, plants: tomatoeson .- shown. in Miami In fact 'our. store:is '- .. ; :.

.;:. -:t, meiiS Jow water, thel estimated* cost of within year work of'goyem.men''U" condition 'Manila as she is jn,Porto pine land ,lie produced' last' year .
< '
u," ';the proposed,hanne|.!$ 1 'and' perhaps of dredging the Rico';or Santiago. She will be on her from 13t1 tomato;plant) cratevand chock ;ful"] of:' .good lthiri'o'swlikli i can only Le : : .J'f
", J ,u-r .,"' begglngformerey our 85; baskets.. ,gave the: plants;:one
w,. '. "/i't l. .'$.JI0Ihnt(robMp.. ar3s..rct 6f'iD&Dta._. __, i.go.iiJ. $1S7J5w commenced and that Wjthin'five years mlasldners.tt. : ,.. .-" -. -- pound of'cotton",seed meal each He -; ,. PRr cp.. .a.. : Yl alhtHt.9l'.b.. r .t . : .

,,;.. ', : . uiiteettug slid ouui.ngeocie : I -- acbanneiao' feet deep will bare been \life e&'Dnot'turn the Phillipf ne rover also planted 12PortoRico, pine slips O, I /-', r' 72'. .. "L..Y Yours to 'p1eae4. ',1''J. .r .',-', ;"> .

%:.. .--.&? . 'boQJ"per: ..1$3,000eJ completed.. It 'wIIIb. : :an: immense to any other:nation.: We:cannot turn and<11 :iof:,them"' bore fruit., 1'beIrsrcsefsutkerOndalip.was.8L. ; : .J':.": ':i. !: ." ? .< ':..' .. ;.. .dt & .f"..' -':' :.s'.;."f.. it. ;, ,,.

,_ .. ' : ...-. Jot--t.t.: : : -O.OIIDl".o amount ofjr&rk ;and,.cannot, .be.completed them back ltd Spain.;.*Tbe Fnillipinosare ..' ..., ;d.. .. _.1i. ,.'Jf .:' ,. ., ,:.."D.U. ' "' Ii"_
-k- !
__ ::" . ..- ... . -" l IB a few month*.,' /not ,capable;;ielf-government;. .T X :-*,** _,! ..*.SlTMCEt .,.. ".:: ..17tJl..tl'O .: iI..w.. .. RDINE&SON-. ? '1
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is.3A"iP.h _" "k '. 1I .r/ .-. t '1. "'-. : 3 'ti..r.. 1' t'F.v'- .;'.. ,...t ,.._. . .....,J-' '' Ie' . '....,. it ._.."it. "i-M"- .. ..
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FARM, GROVE GARDEN nave, 'egg to raise another brood7:: the fade of past 'e r1enra' would. dia, ,'W 7.b1 l, thous/ fermentation; .1'; ., __ t ;, *s J: .,

Her[ jeeloiwy and greed makes hefeuapiciously .t'uW a; deeper'aigh, than to'hear' ,that wjtioutany. sugar,.which is of a sueripr -

anxious as to favors, takng the can of fellow's. grandmother but
t MATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST quality, Chia.l cannot state
j r AND AID BOIL TILLERS. what she does not want for tie' was1 ordered, or that his rich uncle from personal knowledge, and am e Ala

moment to prevent others from 'bad' been shot at with a bolt. of paralysia rather inclined to doubt it. How

Correspondent oying it. Individual instances eE' and just missed. verithe
of Experienced Ken eaodharine percentage of the wI- ,
.:and..Interesting Extract v Prom jealOusy Shave been noted that To' mnltittfdeK of once prospective Scuppernong must and can be largely- ;[ r
Our Agricultural Exchanges ConeetnfIiC' quite humanlike in offensiveness and'' orahge producers, all over South augmented by
Our'Farm s.Prodder spite. The hen in her social life hot Flrfda.with| but the slightest exception" vines with liberal applications of bone

s her favorites, and generally those Of frozen- fruit and dead groves are and potash. _

PuI1b g. the same brood prefer one another a' terror. Only hose have hopes and But the great excellence of the

; fn[ former days when farmer There is an. &rfetocracjr| maintained l courage-heft to allay their, fears who Scuppernong most always remain its I t,

i bought neither breed nor meat and nio'ng hens. Two bfooAr raised tai are able' to afford, at 'large cost, sufficient adaptability' to +the uses of the good :.
raised gather one by an old ''hen the other br t'
ample supplies of corn they tropical protection to secure housewife; in jelly jam preserves,

, : relied almost entirely on fodder and 8 younger the old hen's chick take i them. pie etc. Though the wild 'berries

p>recedeno'e, and 8S8mnethe rank of Alas for those who to the rail ." .
shocks to supply the necessary forage.In raft a very thick skin yet in cooking "

I:this way the habit of pulling fodder their mother ar regards th*' younger' roads for the convenience of orange his'nearly disappears so it. Is less :i

;h. became fixed on Southern farmers flien's brood. tramportatioa, and no oranges to noticeable than the skin of,the finest

and though of late years other source Hens to carry out their. desires have transport, with far less!prospect, and French grapes. The Scuppernong is

of jforage' have arisen fodder-pulling he faCult/ to- deceive This is not hope now than they entertained like moat fruits of the tropical regions 11. 6 j' {

=R e .fin: .holds its own on Southern farms. so ..marked in 'the' female as in the when they began, or even in the first strong, rich-- full of nourishment 1= .f ,'. .

Many carefully conducted experiments : :mate. It W'eommtHf'fdr a rooster tooalV rally after the freezes of *95j Many ,' and its powerful acid yields a ,

r have shown that taking off'the I his 'hens pretendidg'' to have su <'h, still linger with the fever of preserve or jam which will keep a'ear h"rS7OJ1

blades of corn decreases. the. yield of bund some 'choice morsel when he transportation rowing,and sighing r without difficulty, and is Scarcely .. h1

l grain-the amount decrease depending ' has trotting
.E upon the stage I of maturity !n ncrdisllke thf ',bat on the contrary, and-6 few old scrags left, interspersedwith Abeny preserves so highly esteemed :.

when it is dons If fodder-pulling' is i I'seems to enjoy it. a few water sprouts for "old I by the notable. housewife of the .tr '" .t

until the blades become Slime ben nre 'IIOcl ble and talkative Jack" to teowae on neat winter.
deferred North.

f.. speckled and tore tips of the shucks and eek the society of their These people still ery'irangpoi tation. A Scuppernong vine is good for a Safety! (Mori! pk! Time! Low.r.1 8t t it
i white'
H maies are mare reserved
.. become dry little diminution in the Twelve years 'or more ago, UI'IK.'Iibc century; it becomes eventually ,

__ yield of grain ensues, and it is good : and taciturn. A black Spanish hen got his (fill of thisand moved large-as'a stout man's body, and the Finest Cuislns and Service. No Transfer' 'Betwasn .iJackscirria1'. ; ;'''
not to fodder until 1W1ro 'bad been petted''would always to where he felt and New'York. ;- .
policy pull these a locality best a&iur-j vast top will spread out over a half L i.T'

: things, happen. Fodder pulled then : try to entertain me with iher gab e
.is not quite so good as when pulled ,wherreter I'came near her, and dur- line to transport, and now begins' to It furnishes an unequaled --COJU.Ncm" (new), ""AIXJOSQTO.V" TBOaiTOIS," !!

some earlier, but as forage is decidedly iig her last days she would prate other realize that he is not disappointed. shade lathe middle of the'day, cool ,fr.R. t c', ._. ''.

cheaper than grain and can be had ,' lameness caressing her leg as she Even poor men by making wise selections and dark under the dense man of -- NORTH-BOUND.' 'j . 11:
are appointed-to sail tkk. .-.
talked. The aoaordtnc to UM r .
.from so many other sources it is not vocabulary of a ben is may hopefully make a start tollage, a refuge for poultry.from the From JacksoBTUls. Tbi, (catttnc at Charleston) Sundays TMsdars aad'rhnrsdsy- ,
'-nrm-h fuller than rromlMt0D,8. Cor. :........ ... ;;
sacrifice IVxl- a stranger would if aCatl VysmistfUyw aadmdays" 'tJ
4 well to grain for fodder. again, only a small scrap ol land* hawks. It. free from insects and For hour ot selling see ClrdV Una'sc or Tarlramnint'snil .Ois'ilsston'BOUTHr "

.., der is much more apt, to ,be injured suppose. In times of fear they have which is as much as any man has any diseases, blooms so late as to be safe BOUND. _4sfiies;:;' 1f\1j.j.:.._ {

;. by being, badlycured, flhan by being several foams of warning, given accorafagr business with at the beginning.It from spring frosts sad if properly Steamers follows are appoints to sail from Ftsr v. East>,Elvsr,Ifrr Torhvat V as]:; 4r

pulled late. -How often it 'becomes to tine degree of danger ap- is common nowadays, for readers tended and fertilized, yields a crop as For Charleston: 8. C............ ................Mondays, Wednesdays. -' rTTtL and TrldaTS'. J;< p'i .

mouldy under the ba*d{ Would it not rrehended. For a hawk far a buzzard to cry out when they read an article regularly as any great staple of the For lacboa'fWI. Wi..inn.. at CbaIIaton.) V.i.A..A.rt.._.aa'w.&a.4C4lyde -,

-r c.Q Se better not to tie tilt(hand bundles for a' dog, or for a strange child, a o'u a favorable locality, or a description country.- S. Powers in Fruit Trade I!

3'y.M apt bang them on the ear untied, or hen"with'ehieka or a rooster with his Of some fine quality-ol land, "Oh Journal. i C NUi Ell 1aiid[ 'nd.SoninCtfli t

:i' else lay them on tihe// ground to CUMif 'flock "will vary their warning accordIng he has an ax to grind" 'Few people; :

soil is not too wet and rain does not -as they dtem'tfhe peril imminent. .
know that an hone man feels a del- .
i ONLY. 5- .
80 a
'ben's call varies
threaten? A good plan' is to pull the from the slow fcacy in presenting what he knows to (Calling at Chariest on. B. C. both :' of ltf
unthinking duck, cluek to at the here Bobby. Would you like wayaj ., !
blades below the ear, first and later one .
be facts and what .would be best for "Ste.merV Appoints to, nn as FoUows: .
cut off the tops above 1,1,the ear and cure rate of 300 clucks a minute if the occasion all parties concerned/'!. Be this as it to have me give you a quarter?" From Foot of Bonn strsst JscJuooville From Lewi Wharf'Ir .' 15' ,h.
demands We understand Xo. Gimme a dime. I can spend THURSDAYS. '
these in .snocka. The blades below may, with me accused or not accuued c _-11! -:
i len'langnage; and hews know what is that 'fore ma or pa wants to borry '
the ear ripen first land the blade into :
-taking the amount the number CLYDE'S $T. JOHNS RIVER Uf/E '
t above the ear,should be left to a later said to themv not so much from the distinct of settlers in our neighborhood fabtli-'tne. -DetroK Free Press. :
words as by the .tone of voice. w : ... 'i. DB BART JUKS.) : ' ".
forth c'
h period to contribute material with .a few star toy however made JACKSONVILLE. PAi ig r.
previous +ATBAENTEBPBIz '
There are two things to be 1lr
: full development of .She grain. Ed conveyed to settlement as yet and com INTERMEDL4a LANDINGS ON THB 8T. JOHNS. BTVTCH. /, r i ? "',
Y member that the material out of by speech feelings and thoughts. The Florida East Coast 'r. _
with '
,.e, paring'them what I saw on my 'Ji
ft w.1oh'gnJn is formed is elaborated tone carries the feeling, the-words the late trip, and v faat I have learned, o# Steamer "Harry .0. bay, ,..t, ,

t in the leaves and transferred trod .noughts flo hens make very impressive other localities, only a little outside 7 Capt.. w A. m... "; .. ':k;.I .'H ."Jf

a e them .to the grain. When the trans wounds but do not *articulate of the bike region, I am fully convinced Railway. IaLearn.appointed to..n as ,follows: k 'Af" .._ ( 'i.;;

far -completed the leaves dry up words 'that none of my readers in the Jacksonvlua.....*. ...........'... .......Tuesdays andBatnrdars &t'lea-p.1. /1
< : and wither, but if toe blades are no It is fears their feelings their desires absence' of the contrast, under thsight e .SOUTH BOUND. .. Leaves Banford.... )>......... ......-. .........>.Mondays cad Thursdmya,at LN._piOSNEBAL .b. .' l ; '

,. 'l moved prematurely the grain fails Of their and wants that prompt of their own eyes will ever conjecture "sTAfidNs "Dill to PABSZNO2B,AND TICKET OmCE, fDlxWl l'BIZ'rfst'1'71CL: \ ; '
it 3
T their speeds 80 when talk to No - .
full development we the difference in favor of our : ESnLv BONVILLlfi. .
,; ?bem the tone of voice is more important lake JickiooviUe ............ . W. H. WARBUKTON.; T. f. A., _.. .. 'i'"t''YT- '(
a, tUndet,existing condition it is rare region. .. sou joop I BowUDc 0I'MD0. N. York.B M IRONILONOSB1t. :
; -
than the Ar'R Aarostiae ..... ......... . c. ; s' "
We carry out this 7ae."p THEO. v. QSB, T. M, JOI WMt BaT 8tK ; 1'1II.' ., __
'for to supply Although not one here, has been Augustine r .II.331 4 ISP me. L. ?. .A.Ar
idea in our, talk to little children, Lv HastingsPahrtks} ...................... tt t 4SJPS3SP i Bolinc Green New Tort | hotHo ,a&:1.U.--: .' .
able either l.
and the to fertilize :
tihctorsge'needed on a farm or irrigate anywhere .
saying meaningless words in a tender .R.I,....,,. ..,:a It tSut .
S 'question has been raised'whether it'U near the approved ,requirements Lv PsUtks ................:.:.... to 11op WM. P. CLYDE A CO. Ceh ents- ,
If hen could be }
\ not better-to obtain forage in, some tone. a taught, or better for either growth or fruit Msteo................. I4SPEatt 6G + 6 .' e.
had-tIhe gift of thinking from her productkm ; Sw Iltteo ... BowUnc Orasn. N >r.a't ,11 80. iML AVfe/FhUsdsia ;,

f 'other way than' by stripping' the understanding instead of her will she both surprise and elate every Palatks ...............:. u ,Slop J -: _J :
blades. We rather think it fat. The new visitor and encourage''all to want ..Ormoad ......................i cop a 1190 F ":
% could be born Into a new and better Lv Daytona ....................... up ( :
', yield'of forage from drilled corn is life and 'what visions of groves out in the lake region. The. Lv Port Onage ...................t ts! 7 asp sip Hiss on IBtock. combs. with honey,.to oDe with.br. , c. .
; delight and New* .... .. .
Smyrna ......... lis
the labor involved its cut has been often L ; 7SP
so question asked +
large, profit t.a.re called by thought. "What O k Hill ..... S5PW "The season of annoying' _flies is It comb and fOUDda.UonS.'a: for ,." ",
r : tiratkttt'so-small, the'process of:curtagr up vthis did you fertilize with?" when none Lv Titurrill ......... ............ S mp .. . If the them. It Is time ,'
What woulCl"Brothern\: give for Lv City: Point ...,....... ....... JJSPJ45P ... .. upon us. stock owner desires necessary at' such '-"t.. ;
It-to simple,.tthat. it ahonld be I brood:of-hens:that'could be had been used, and one grape grower, Lv Coco .......................... .,..:. to know Just how much :flies,'annoy'.. to. remove sorploa boles asitqniekly/i' ri-r.
il ;regenerated of Roekledtt ................. .... ....
chief reliance for .
made the s
1 forage_ ? A Lay Broth8'La1ce twenty years experience, with six Lv Emu Gallie .................... 1 ...... stock, let(Mm lie down to take a J as: rand supply? empty.frames,;orl' itf;.
..r may be.cured as dry forage Helen,. Fla. Lv Sebsstias ........:...:......,.. MP .,. noonday a room 'from 'which j stop '"queen 1 '
discussed in our last,issue,.r preserved - times when inspecting our vines Lr Sc.Lnde ,r................... a ..... flies are not excluded, or'whiohIs: .not (cells, and then swarm cot'Iii search ?-. \'.
"'aw.I"and in feedbur it laiB' "fours will do better here wltho t Lv Fort P_tea ...........,...,..-. sop ...... for : .
-' Oraps,Trnitk;'Oranps'6a4LSumgsatL I den -41 J> darkened. He,, would get' a' realizing more-. ''Plenty, ot'';space to:: ,'i f,
well to give ,a unlrture of the "two.Drilled fertilizers than mine will where I am v amen S4P what. .. 'lain ; ,,
sense of the honef'1A'JaaJm lt.UI .1
'4 Editor Florida AsTfettftarbt Lv tmrt ............ ............ ...... annoyance-kc Stock preventive -!
corn mixed with peavines I have (only 12 mires away with the abundance L. Uob Sound ....................4 .... 'cannot prosper whets they have,toex. 'ol swarming, &dif i
F makes.the perfection' ap"aIDd" i :devoted much study to theprodnetion .:,.,. -
of these-froits here in'the ? Lv.. West Palm Beach ............ ..... pend so muCQi energy in flg-httng1 flic*. sagas undesirable. ,.,. Sri'
4 ..good.npply of it should'be put up on More on this subject in the next Lv Listen ..................... ..70 ..... There is no need of stock The first of
.' ," past few eoliths,, and I feel no don- LFort'Lsuderdale .............. permitting' brood otla'Isnct': M;+
every form. A barrel silo made LlIkW scientious in, number S. W. Carson. Lemon City ....*.............. fo suffer in this'manner, when a cent** e't''f.on btfra second brood:/ : .
,.circular ''waterrtank can be quick/ scruples coming boldly La cemont, Polk Oo.Scuppernong.. -Miami ... ............... ....... worth a day of in -wiIlT _- *
to the front'in defense,of my position 'ShooFl-"will pre Augus >e much larger and ,:
put up and is one of the best yet in ? NORTH BOUND. vent. If -
; and opinions concerning the success- one cannot-get lie,can therefore able to do greater ;b+ ;. "

vented.. It was,in the corners-of the 'furl ,culture, and pVoftis of each, as a Grape. ST \ 0:!No e certainly place 'bis stock in a.darkened and ,even a, September- ,brood'inaycome -t i'"

Y square Idod that ,the silage. did >ndt life thnl en'tpriae. Comparatively One of the finest sights of Florida TIONS. r llfu 1n stable through the heated tie day to,maturity if cold! weather.does*. rnot'datorthem.

keep wlL The circular milo admit*' easy and highly satisfactory and and one which every,farm should present LvLT Miami ................ SJoa when flies bother moat and turn'them The Better,way tov _..,
!, of in prof Lemon City ........ .
t is 8i.
packing part.
proper every itable are theee f frulta if sMtable localities a well-kept 8enppernongrapd g Lv Port Lauderdale ........".... 6 5 .... out a :forage:should 4>e:cut wben, the'grala arbor: It should rank in importance Lv,LtatonLv ... .. 6 J& 8 Stock will not graze when flies bite such comb as.chow'no moti;Larva orthemwith ,1"
be'oeeupled; and'wise West .
;, means Palm 8eaek.u.; .. ...,
# -of the little nubblD'I..tn Uhe dough be_employed' In the '"ork. next after'the cow and pwil-. LT'West Jupiter '"..'"''''... Soja8na much unless tfbey ,are. very; hungry.Let e gp''ltD.a new hn, or 'even, 'mete .:.
siste!: ': p.from young imrna trY; "hl.-tti8ti vine seems Lr: Hot* sound ................. .... oJ ;
flourish reflect *
one that switch
I"e'lreque.tJt said in the past Ly.Stuart ........?.,....... I every of another; then take;allin' -
.(toreCOTQ Is. not relished by .stock' -I< best''in the Lv Jemei ............ f ac
two salty air near the : ;.;. ... an animal's tail requires'energry.-and tested comb-and smoie ,wit <
peals, that it George Frost, of Lr Eden ... :brlmf.; .
,<1IheirdO-not. enjoy ,the stalk .....:....._... t aw9oa - -
;; young I Itoston, Mass, who hat 'aunk thousands ocean; and certainly finer ones never LT Fort.. Pierce ,........?... ... Chat it takes food to make energy BO stone,. by dipping'ra p 6rJtwine; :ia 6" )fi '
-:pulled v.1n thriving suckling coil,:! were.seen'than can be foundIn Florida LvSt. Lad ......4;....... ...... when an animal switches melted brimstone _.
at:Altambntef Lv SebMtiu continually an _holdlng below
SpHngs h'Ia't had ............. 10 ... +
,andan nlma-l'i taste is, a very-good (railroad" 'railroad t' have in mind an arbor near Lv" .MelbourneCalli-...........,. It ... the value'of a large amount, of food it_ a few' minutes; Ina'close' boct.:or 1' ",
4t5: '.. : no ) invested his Eau .............. .7
test of /the value of its food. Southt .2i451.
: : Ormond, 315feet long and 75 feet wile t. is wasted, and ,than wasted. :.J
i mednai; and employefils labor lltocteclctr ....... .... I* Up worse In room. This destroys moth! aad iarrav a-t :.
r eniCutUftw.j on one which when 1 L. Cocos ................. ....
saw it a, driving to town I '
of the more, favorable Icallties 1st last was coveid'Tor Lv it7 PointSta ......:...., U sop ... pass a corner ud a butnot'eggs, and it.may.be,necessary 't :1'J
,. 'southeastern folk a space e 300 b: 50-feet with thevines"nterally !T tiII'fI11e ..:........... S4P ... lake where the water is shallow. A to repeat once a wee] -. for' few: '
i i or admewhere ia LT Oak HiD ............... .... a .. .- :,
Iiltlt tft About'\8eai.i .' the (;Jrooked'Lake( region, that without foatieti down with the Lv'New*Snryms...........; 144Psaop 6 cot large pasture field is bounded-on one times to kill aiL--iAmer eau;Cu tts- \ '
1 J A'e't.Illltfrptieidd''at"'Irtfl' Hfewe pale rut.rwl1tt Many town for..
: artiflclaV cows
protection ] could t Lv .
; he today Dayton ...........;.. 7 as '\ w 4
+ ) : the marke* be abiie t4 f eas't his grapes some of the largest of LT Ormoad ......,........p.. j 7 J4 are 'pastured there, and from about "" ,, ..il .
: eyes on a tropical LT East ... tir-f"
R Palatks .. .....
whk& p'
,, ( 4 & 10 to 3 o'clock "
,indlvidualitV monifested. they'1)1t'Mplirate and not cows wade'out in the ;
specially paradise the proceeds of which .
would ..
Mateo ......... 6.15P u .up rrt
'J1 b ',. 'H*tlaU'w e iW+er td'b le2sls havelttak. be' returning him a' r1'. cheering ha"duatera)1" measured from 3% to x.San>Mateo ............ 1 lOP).-.... water belly deep to keep the flies Harravtinff Btee. L 1 ''i t o

-$ j :bbehtidiilil.':-In'a'b tblibf ts; 1re.ba fns percent'on all'his Investment. While 3-laches in"diameter.. L.,Pa1atb ................1 SliP4jop fioa (off, their legs.and remain there.all that An, important secret of success Io c.
Falmtks ............... : .. ,
.j-i :l ,.1Ve't4oiitt' $"Ui> : .ftcWh.' disiposMr.# Stetson, and 3 others' with. the a r- 'My. :'foufWii ''years"''experience has LILt stin as ....*.......'.,... 4 UP5KP aa time in the broiling sun if the.day be saving rice, aftenit has ,eencnt"and : .,.,

,i. :.ti a--t a cot \r t ielr tiflcl'P rot l' 'they.ure .offering, coimlmeed me that it'i;really one of Ar LT:St.St. Aupi Ancnrttae tln e ............;....;.... '5 9 Ia hot. Flies are kept off their heads and bound,is to'shock,it properly.. This, "
.' 'tbaka.u#Itheiitdd'W are obaerraMeA'hwi o\1ta't tlie the'WnjrttetLof> :ther-bards the finest'g etteeral!purpose fruit* >the Ac.Yi11. ........._:.. 45P 'backs-by deftly flirting water on.them work.may be done as.soon .aa the city- h: .f
." to fbtj.iia1tt 1iP may tie"tUJ-" 'they 'aould''atatadthings ) ; ilUlnjIt world. >\Th nlgrovm wild'the skin 'israther" with their tails. The fly annoyancecan is cat for if set up as'it shonld- beli: ;:.#

4:4-. "!t>6'"petttd:tend>te ght '"many 'htntshment tblck;'and""tough to be 'eaten BETWEEN- CITY NEW JUNCTION SMYRNA A GRANGE' and should be abated=Practical i.win dry .more'thoroaghly than>;when 1" J-

:,i J.- ''and her'jJrogttjyrettactabfe,' : .. ,tf.int,'late, rtJ.tp nientibned1 fa my,' oet'-f'\h ''h ttd, tbttt ';cultivation ancpotaasitf - Farmer. .!lying on the ground. ,* kIt.is '

;i for it. Ibis makes ovejaent li fhb''api tlblf''1)t fertilizersgreatly x
:h . imp pterionsctlde, white ,nooning near SOUTH BOUND. a great 1i mistake, '
; whichmany
mental culturepoaslble. ;If an' edu 1tittl improves and --- .
ltls.hous "ar.niUe' ---
: wBBt't 'of SXiteade its'physical '
make in -
"' eaWao1dier..a.a thai : ovraat 'sT TIONS. |No.jlNo. I Bees and Honey. I 8hocldngM'up; :in. _. .
better Juice eteristicc. i
a' a Its of .y
f, : -fighter' 1 pointed to 'grove"- of "d sad !' LT- New SmvnU .......... rspjnrioa :such a manner as to close&nUaeair* : .
., 'him;;Ignorant brother, a< drained hei trees a1ittMay:otr,'i1ngli' ten bhnc1i nba&n/may militate againstII L",We Hc ''.......... f The danger tram moths ants and A
/ I I Lv"Onac City.............1 pluopa passages in the shock. When;thjs,is ; f ,-
_,: ,'7. h tl mace gg. Cue w.'JaaOQw j'ekrs'old' whti1Ju!,=ireczeyod "85 *struck jfcmewhat-yfc*the' table f 'the' x- ,At Onaaa:.'-..._. j SW is lop other insect pests in ,the beehive or done the rice most receivfc. :

K yA e d., itA'sben Jwill: fcara''almost iCfl)sag ti t'nct'-M7U1e' !th gr'ounct extrettfely+ fttsfatonable, 'but Iyo"u assn re; I AH trains. between New Smyrna sad of robber bees is much Iees*when.th e the air Injury.as .:
,WU1"WQ'i(1ier' bnetlt' but ati f a> nifiienr; I City Juactan Dairy except SIID OralIat t! Ja I cannot circulate between:the : -
h likve.l I aproutecL, >riottJflg'ioouia be prettler on the : colony large and strong thanwhen sheaves:. Wee should be .'

+ \ 'g. f7W1D. hAtSge' nry'' bet :revises'ta.my'tritnld'icod'iald-SCo: : ; u table than large luscious'' 'den Ply r., :,B BETWEEN,, ORANGE CITY ,JUNCTION i I'I"it is,small. A hive without prolific a.. can so setup oa: ,:

-. ae:1-her, 1esbtodCh tell..that;wan If hwitotsj toTnake'attwnsnge nongSJ rith. 'their dark purple or ANEW SMYRNA. i queen in,the summer Is )liable to r be all sides of boodle. ,"
fesr'e'may Le'A bfh\\''obey Tbe weakened that it fO every Many _spofl 1:
rove sfaoceastully !to'come out creamy a>or ahflfmetallic iaaterneat so is an our prey their rice the :
, .h..' "lr'h'leroit r.th'1dIM 111. dea- into'the lake:region and try it there.** 11"txmed.tP'on'a fridt- tah. Then NORTH 'BOUND. 1 any attacking fovea and therefore by 'way_they jet t..up the' '!
,.ST shocks and they thr ove the...blame'onthe '
k a'1f't,lisle' e.ato 1Ihebitl d ne!t+espei B d:-"I; haVe Already .told tb 4IgBlrnI ar .tb,3whieh 'they: Lv' Oran e City 1s.asp Na.1 JSP 4 the hive should examined nearly weather something' '
o sumV aflr' the"rfoodvand'occupy'all' List--tltd"tl l1 tttrai ag.atia'1loiataa 'pen'1Idethe'dI'room 1s of it toe lt L"Lv,t.aQlIeim Prmie'G tl.. IDDCtJoa""l. I. I9P s 44V. once a month to see that.. there' ia plea eItrecO'. .

t , l ,\"the"'t oos 'Tu Jier'ldigdomf',. A. 'Yvl lohis? : fwritygrote:}. W,_| few'' acres; n flIRh to i make everybody bappyl '.Ar New Smyrna.. sa 1451' S 4 asp 351 ty of brood, as well as if watch thee It is 4 very common prsctice io'pnt, -
An .
t"ti n ; 't.' train between New Smyrna sad ., too many bundles In a, shock, This r ;
rvhSeli ?
l, age, bbiitg on'si hl rplot.wu'iaot. And <-add' fruit could -be movr1olesoasa re .City,Jnnetioa,Daily except Sunday. storing of honey.
1 1 ,
f CH *x ty1n site-n : Tecupenti ; 4yspeptic"'raay: KEY WEST AND .. ] In
s r aooontrttwA-R' ,.im ;t't ) : '* I ''' a good honey season the bra rd carefully avoided if, we expect; ;bnr; ,
{ .
must'wait1 .asset nf 'slowly"for' two Summers, a' foU!s - neal on'welWipenedScupper 1'be'stesmshlp! .crti 'of **t West of'the should fill about- obe-thiri as much rice tor,cure,well. V 1,
;EMt Cwt .
s"dl h"untfl thldernature .
< waa 1.leaYta i'
easily seen. -lArt .winter'sfreeze 'Wiu..n
1Mb" ,
ezperiL3sg uAplea ,
: MiaJD loxWest Jlo1 AS the comb1' "t:- \ l' .
1 on W" space honey, includingthat'iD i"
; \ hay 3aer'lill..,:'Ji'liesns tliatQsnpi L touched it and now,ia''more than:half rat Reflects.By 'Qaya'.d 'J' after rrfrml 'o[ miD from .u. is not a wise plan to cap, fhe 7
J +emely .elilsh $r i&piaYeaJ ''d : .1 1 JaCbo. wakiur eonnectiou at Key West supers and section!, and-in a shocks the first in c
; rthaaYsifeb( ;;'d4ot lai*rte free 'the1!"addition of a certainproporitkm'x sub steamers for Hsvsat. Lcsve Kef West day except & ;
the amount
poor season of brood
-; 14hen slie' fladi il eli" !ba'moth rf 'OlD''old'serags.{ ''fieTthen remarked- :' f is sp?m. (dnssrd time) on Toads Thttn- of 'rain. They' 'huuld however; .be. :
> the the ,
f =s'a a"broodat o7hi'. : .is "I'have sunk-:*7,0od but
l tinge ''ioslarati et reIiUaa to f;lSheNrtD l(that grove.".rTfow this same'gentlema pdiIag.le'madetutowls'afba dyt exceedingly 'rien! aSd 'satisfadtorythongh heavy I,tnia. I I there is more brood comb:than vent the, rice from :suii;cracking1,, :,,,

; irfa*_ : tdta\I'.'oenoeined. /4"thes'li a''oWni' hind'itn tbeMsk -; r, comb honey at the end of the season,, +which It Ic'taro to-do'tnleathp'''m'.' *
: : ; ; '>BOt ittkUyr nine, being the Is
I J J fler1n',1Ih1np poi;die' ':..th'd& ';he* iu J4thkte'l i I'isceMdebl} iti more,fike a cordial,* "Thete'Ttate Table the times st which. probautaty that feeding.yrOl benecessary. is well hidden' aeHing'readfly-at .
eaoe!'Th1 ) a 1 redeemlng"leaturevln btittgingia' ,ltntobearina h' >tt .:'iasgdIors'ttestaheesiwlth: 0ut* snd trains dnnrt and ima boats'8uy-tU' several be expected un doss sad to sfrive pods" } ''Earry-ctrt: rice1 eurea.. et ipr:i:If:.tifr; .

'Y' )6 : i'Gbsraottr.l(foiF he'time"tufcl less'than; hail,,the; tim* lbor:;' rttnnblr'are'onTreeordere'thtbit' y.{stated but thete"SrrrraKor is.not departure-stth -times ;Aho; by .the way, the above paragraph straw ts-cut high. and if care Is_taken "
tuirtaitti aorlIoa.tbe'Com1d -
=1- ',n'er'lovible.4'1Phet &;pasiloli'i ir''bet expense.'employed on,,'thft' Worthiest. fkrnleti,trsve-netteM' froia 1160 to'.$300r J-P' 7. Itself .teapabkrisia any de :: eontalns suggestion to the tQ properly shock, and cap the :rice] 'IJ--
,.:!,".'k w .+wniHy'seHlsnr''lsasipK onetI evlti''he'11tx111f. 1.nr oor' other eou therefrom. amateur -bee".kee: }. "When the bees it will'never' fail to, and-will ;
; the: .: mt e18*( on wine;Bsaae fttra'an?: Tot copy oi tiawtcard cstt.'. ,West;Bay core, :be'iZ:

3h3wu LtJ :.. et and cruelty tot t),;-grovv ran ev .' ttDl'" '"'ins.D 'sy''the Sere'of&"ipp TMoiigs. It is saId that i[-, I---street'JackaonTill*. or address : :are; working !eTy busily, see, b ttiter' in+good' condition to thraah direet1Z.1' 'k S
wa afar der .des tA 'a i BECKWriTf. '. D. RAHKER, huve'apace'.ennagh to putfoi, .from '1? field -"ritiiut tie' ;
.vn as dread of fl lit ttfiW" 'Uaf i .hey will also make wine 1q the / .Trafic, llat fer.- A. G, p. A. ) nt"'esaity :F<.
'. ._ .._ .. 'St. Aucuatin then they shoMC] be fi '-rfirer' ',.of star-kl
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: 1 r. -- W.:"M. Festherly. C.''..Featherly.'NYC \ ulaJr French actress who noticed, _after I STATE U.F F'Ltlk.A. (IgB 1o 1n a' feV days. 'The milk! 'is 8p ARKS'JFlf M. rr ICE::},,1 lag: 'from' aseribus, ;case'otjbl! s.may= i'! 4 ;

; taking an oveitioae oi morphine, sterilized,by being paMxTov r, Aeated' \ ', ; ':"", : O1J.1J1g"Walch.l1o contracted m.* waguiar" -=' ,o

.. kTHB. MIAMI IBTROPOLIS r that the octor' ol the drug exhaled anti a died drums.packed,in foe and I ', -""'f manner hi\Cincinnati:, :Awhile attending -. -
iron ner uody. fine uevelopeu this !' SMALL ABOUTEiEnv'rin tfnipptxi ok,. &. ine milt is i rkilILM'1UC .N&Wd .I'.awJt ALLPABT&OJb'TMJh the encampment.. On Weadaea4' -;'

). .Ar: Published by I. idea b> using ditferent perlumes in.I 'Ul.\GL'\.UL: strained lour times during the pro- w. : WOULD.., :dayi the"'day of t3w:_Orand :: ."

Co. 1 the same -way. As a consequence, she I -- ('-aauahasseen.There :: ,' -" tthe.;Bepubhcf Vandlvort lice, : '

_'" 1 flay: Biscsyne ubliahing, exhales the breath of different flowers Clippings oi Florida ..anta 1+ jftoiu is a colored boy around town ,came'mixed 'up'In a crush at Fountila' ""! : '
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Short Stories the "World's. '
Doings 1 '
, 4 fMiami Dade Co., 4'1a tsept. 23, 1898. every day in the week or did until a Our State togfthangss Carefully.; who can neither.hear-or calk, jet he 'square-in, tryingW; extriea_ aimjelf"' }f' ,
;r:. physician pointed out to her that this Umaeusvu lor Uur Busy con perform beautifully on the piano. Told by the Telegraph in ,he was"crowded- up',against: }a,woman 'L'i

, .i :5 !I idea was dangerous, as, unless the Readers. .Lt ia remarkable ,to, note with wads Condensed, iTorm.; i Btasttding' behinds!lots', jtt:that,moment .\

.' To prevent vibration when ridingover perfume.was absolutely pure, it might perfect time he renders each .piece, i the mwli,beosma, irTft.intense, 1L.-

obstacle on a bicycle the seat- cs use blood-poisoning. Judge tt. t.J. Long this morning Mid and also the expression he throws,into BHILUhftllI', uUlti.br' STOltYl' : I and she cried withpain and'begged.ttfbe : -

Y ,_ supporting post is provided'at its lower t r on our table the ootw ng pt toe sea his music. 11& use of the 'loud 'and The supposed TiutLu of toe Bridgeport ''d.' d1\'ootu powerless. -,

'% end with a piston w'hkfa eaten a I The latest devlopment in the card I'son. it was dark blue in color.eightinciues soft peddle is remarkable beyond de Conn. murder, ,Mina, 'Marian to get away,;and the woman,_1v'Ji :w_.

R chamber-filled with air or liquid, the club prize in one of the large cities of in circumierence, and weiglned scription. It is wonderful bow this brace ierkiiU, arrived 'at' her hoou unable -to:use her!hand" ,deliberately: '

height of, the seat being, alao.regulated this country is a theater box. It seems every I five and one-eignt ounces. Front.doe, boy con play aJt oil, being a-perfectmute. Saturday in ,perfect 'healto. to the leaned forward, lad,v catching1 hl 'kit';*- =:z
" the hostesses exhausted *
by tola means. |that not ,affect it. it begins i/o/ ripen in .-Gainesville Sun. ,great joy' oi the .family and the unbounded ,arm'1n hesr teeth, bit'him'in:a'painrulmanner. -
: kind and the ,
,L". prizes guests grew June, and>coratinues to fruit and ripen :The rain last Sunday and Monday astonishment of, the fiuiumnuiiy. :- Vandlvort 'immediately ''', "J'
clever offered
I blase so Borne woman until Ja U.uary 'Itellahasseari.Two was the heaviest ever seen here livery struck" out In front aod'sacceedetUat '-';.:,
An Indiana woman (has patenteda box for at
a an evening one
a'' as a prize monster rattlers have recentlybeen low place in One county was covered Her lath'1.* was not.in town, rut, at escaping' a' second bite Thewound; ;u. r
device the tablecloth from
to-keep the swell and from that
of theaters
killed near the Mercier' place at /with water, and in some places the time i.C his daughters arrival, he Inflicted by' the.woman's teeth appeared '.
clipping' around on the table two
it became fad. One '
day a woman Coco T'.ueir' presence haa been a which are perfectly dry generally the was on his way back from iiridgenort bo 'be' trifling, andsVaodivoTtpai4it; ; 's-_ .'
frames being set on the table and connected ,speaking of it, said: "Why last week .
source of annoyance in the neighborhood water.was deep enougn to swim a with the greWaome remains, wnioJa ue but little attention' it. 'Sunday:the
,by cords, which join at each I box of the smartest I +"
'if.. won a $25 at one for tine peat year, and taey.have :.; On account, ft!, the washouts had identified sit those. of. Grace, and injured;arm began to-swell, and a ease. ' "
'end of the table, and are fastened theaters in town, and what did it '
been hunted for.several times but on the railroad, and swimming wateron for whida tine funeral nrrangemeiita,I of blood-poisoning has developedl >;,.
,. ;,.: with clip to press the frames down cost me? Ten cents--my car fare to without avail. Their demise ,as a sat the country moil routes Crawfordville including the!l digging of (the. grave. 1TO
r ,on the table. f fff. and from the dab."-NatftrviUe Banner 'EDO PXr'LOSIOJf. i- ,
,. &
< ;
islaction' to the residents around haI'received mail but once this had already been .completed.lilias i

; ,' 'i l. I about week and may be some time'beforewe Perkins'came from Providence, During a teat of Cunningham -torpedoeir -?

j. :At the Venice Theater, Venice, J.I ---- I .---- i Mr. J u JD. McDonald contractor will get any more.-Crawlordvilie 1L JU, and was acoompanied ner in, Priests .Uove, near. New'!, i

'.. ':' ;' 'w work haa' been just produced. Aprons,,long and practical, are still : and builder for Mr. H. M. i'lagler, will Breeze.. lover, Uoarleaj) Bourne/"sod at_,first }Jt .','.the experiment schodn-l 5 7 '

x ,.Jtt -th" great success by the Abbe Per- I in fashion, because they are so pretty. I build Ave cottages at Miami and work An unusually large acreage of sweet was stated that the couple, had been Freeman was blown up by an ex-1_ :'

4$, the.young priest composer who'1'The Dabble apron lor girls of two, Ion the Presbyterian' church will be potatoes and oi sugar cane has been married. This was ,afterward deniedby plosion of a projectile-and sunk,'. At:) ,. .

,. ) 'tad a sensation a few months'ago. Jour, six oi eight, is a simple little commenced: Shortly, as soon as the planted at ntcla1r thia season and young Bourne's uncle. dozen men Were on board of:her" t1| r'

,( ''with an oratorio. The new work is en iMother UubbarU design the yoke of machinery for sawing the stone can the promise for good returns is ex Just across the street from ,the She time, but all escaped'vserioosr'1DiJ'

;, titled "The Resurrection of Saint LozHaros '' which is straight front and back. The be placed in position. Mr. McDonald cellent. Corn is a failure,as to grain Perkins house is a little cemetery, and jery. In fact, only two or three; "re- <.; -

,",and the secular press is unani- 'fulness 1 in the beck is held in place by returned last week from a' trip to owing to the long drouth. The or- only this morning,in response' to therequest ieived s ligh*cratcfies. 4 f + ':,

,c ,:jnous,in-its.praise 1 !'a narrow sash of the material, starting Xew York.Commander. ange trees are putting'on a tremendous of the; uncle of Mrs. Perkins, Lieutenant' Hntm n, one of tide. survivors -' ?

: ,: .,. : I. I from the under-arm seams. The J. M. Forythe, who has growth, and should they go ,,110 grave had heeD! dug by. the sexton 'of tie-battleshipj Maine.disa-! '<:

;3 ': -For ***y years the city of Grenoble stitching of the hem is covered by a so long and faithfully discharged the through the coming winter without I in the family lots.' 'Ine new' earth ter, and Lieutenants Oliver and Marshall ,- ,j"

.r s, In'France'has maintained a municipal 'band of insertion, and the neck and important duties of commandsmt of serious injury the growers will, next thrown up beside ,it could be plainlyseen ,,the Government board of S 1J\t / _

r -v: restaurant:and kitchen, where meals ,sleeves, are finished with a narrow the naval station at Key WeAl has season, "pualh them for all, they are from the; !vale.: HaU'su'1 hour from 'the.vNewpott torpedoA. -t"| "

'i. "" .are yooked'&Dd supplied at cost. The edge of embroidery.. This pattern is been detadhed from that station, and worth" which, in that case, will be after Miss Perkins' arrival home,'a local had a miraculous escape.; They'were: 1 ,

a< JEqod is of the best quality, the cooks suitable for all sorts of white and colored is now on waiting orders. He will be more than a little. undertaker's wagon drove up ,to standing near the place when:1.h explosion -, \ -"

F 7are'skillful and the service ,is excel;: cotton, goods, and may be worn succeeded by Commander P. P. Gilmore We have on exhibition in our ulllce the house, and ',it contained the.coffin occurred, aid :were' inline \

4. *.'
;;and soup for .three.cent* and .have:.his frock underneath. naval station. Cuban leaf grown at Waco by J. The funeral arrangements.had even The men were rescued by a'booC-:- t .

-,,. _hunger thoroughly appeased;or'he may.pay 1 ... Mr. Jim Smith showed us a couple Frank Joudon.. It Is fine leaf and has gone so far that the family fritnfafcr' The cause of the explosion;i a Jt;; :.,|'
' :' ..12;. cents.and enjoy a..course' dln-I' The Lombards were the first great of pretty little 'apples which he took a, silken touch that makes the best had been asked to conduct" the set- tery as two torpedoes' were nred 1
1- lenders and of the Lombards out acdd rt.i The .pr+ ject1J' which' 4 t '
|money ; vices. ; :<
'ner.; from a tree on his place west of Ear- cigar. The Sumatra.leal is beautifully ,
I the princely ci family of Florence caused tae: damage naC.4r,adecf '. -
I I tow. These apples were grown from spotted. Mr. J uaon has just sold .
I' VVives wanted in Bh esi + 'were the first to make the lending off which from THE DBJ3YFUS,AFFAIB. apparently the same condition:
are The f trees came toe seed planted 50,000 Jig plants for fail pk"4ng. _
x. c ,British South African Company ia money a regular business; hence, the by Mrs. Smith about nine, years I Sixty days alter, planting the crop The engrossing subject of conversation .J. .
loan oft 'fe to the of! NOT AGBEED. < . ;
anxious for active.eoJoniza on. Formany eea\ adopt arms ago the seed having been taken from i will be In pilon in the tobacco beans now in Maria is Dreyfus the mar .
: ,1, the Med cl ', :w, y
family on were *
years the:Chartered Company' a northern apple bought in the city"and it k estimated that Orange county tyr. Mot even the lamous note of the ;
', had discountenanced marriage among gilt balls. By some the origin of these Courier-Informant. will plant several hundred acres Czar at all the ...j..1WC8I111n.g- for Germany and the United,States are:1 ! ;

.,- the mounted police, civil servants and belle is traced to the exploit of Aver- 'Ihe pooephate business ia looking this fall-Orlando Eeporter the armed multitudes .of Europe to upon the point of concluding ti recip-i t,k 1 ,-.
ardo de, Medici commander under similar' 'the Dcof'"\ "
a rocity treaty
> other employes. But this poliey'haabee4 disband has been able to secure more
at Fore WAite. Five new plant One hundred and tLttj marketable
'?._, \- entirely .reversed, and an edict, CharlemagneThe bold warrior slew are up being pn.t.'l1p. and will be in running .watermelons from six vines teat had Man second place in the estimation-i: American treaty. Ic. is added that. tine' \{ ,\1- ..
the {giant Mngello, whose club 'had tariff negotiation* have not ,even, i .
''t' : }:has gone forth a&tong the Chartered'Company's order in thirty days. There are only ordinary cultivation is seemingly the Frenchmen as a topics of animated \ \. J.
M iron which reached the of anS S
t three bolls the familyadopted'av preliminary',stage
sf boulevard. !
diacusekm in cafe
officials'promising"that and
in'' radius almost incredible but J. M. Williamson \
{ seven plants now running a .
their coat of arms. Be this agreement respecting the points Germany \: '
; preference will be given to married One even hears it asserted that this 1
at five miles of .that place, and the oi Uabrieila- can boast of tnis ''
as it may, three balls are commemorative urges regarding the,sugar ques- :,
'me such
:' Dreyfus fiasco is likely to cause
phosphate people say that they are yield from six vines that grew among
w 5' "' . . I of the Medici family, who were contracting at $5.10 per ton fur their his corn. lie sold the melons in OrkuKi6 a fierce and growing,ware of indignation tlon.s
; the first pawnbrokers, as it were. The approaching' visit of. Emperor If .
; The,+ collection OJt'-Works in musical output next year. where the market was glutted to sweep over France that the republic William \ I of

x .)Iterature:'belonging to the estate ofthe J ------a'-- The tobacco crop in tie Lawtey with all sizes and kinds of melons will be engulfed and the world to Turkey is, now:arousing ,.
The pope is one of 'the wealthiest considerable-- interest. The Sultan Ja .
i / late ;-Mr.:Joseph Drexel New York[ neighborhood is coming out better yet they brought him $3.40. Mr. Williamson treated to another of those spectacular \ 'I
9 t men iii the'world. In his home, the which 'ia making extraordinary effort to please
:cityis now, in the also has the changes for this country '
Lenox Library, one Oi
Chan of the prettiest
was expected, most the
,vatican, a palace which.contains seven growers Emperor during the tetter's stay : \
:and Trill later be removed to theNerw: having saved from 50 to 75 young groves in the country; it now famous.
thousand, the per at palace intended
: worth of objects Constantinople i-
rooms, gold /; :
Three notes of the' discussion
': *. Tortt'+ Public Library when the has a sprinkling of general
oenof their yield. The facilities oranges on : )
is estimated at for him is being fitted
stored 4,000,000 reception 1t
.. stand out amid:, the clatter I up ,
building is(completed.L.It consists,of it. atongues.
} tbjr weight,alone and each piece has there for+ storing and drying the tobacco with lavish ..luxury. Thedecanrtioai." 1 L
,- ":7 n"about': ; 7,_500, volumes-ancient and are unusually good N. Dunham An interesting and pathetic story oi First that Dreyfus must 000.:= : :
t .been Increased value quarter or a have trial' ,that of'all 1 alone will cost 1, 00, k. Emperor $.\\ ;
a new second
:modern music, biographies scores, third by the .skilled artisans through and Frank Gonzas having lately'\ built a sucecs&tnl operation 'for blindness William will stay about twelve, t
,tom ;'manuscripts, engravings, and autoffrapns large and suitable barns for that I a little i'lorxia girt comes from women the devoted wife of-the unfortunate i : ; ,
i whose hands, it' has passed. These par upon I i .days;atGbnatantino'. The Turkish} \ t
.. of the'moat valuable:collections exile ia the most to,be admired;I
i rone" : pose. Baltimore. The child,aged five, is the it is asserted somewhat "
the ,, :
'in this 'I are,practically personal thirdly that the now indisputable! troops are i.J'[ &
country. I estate of. the pope, ,but,he holds them The cutting and grading' of the daughter of Mr.. lambxlgat, of Peasacola. proof of the forgery of the document,' dissatisfied upon the subject, .as 'Irlt- '\

\ ---I !I,as a trust,and lives among them in right-of-way for -Che new road alongthe She was born blind, bui hermind that sent Dreyfus' to exile is another, : arrears'of pay have been devoted. f'.

t r JAT Canadian. {exchange is.responsible'r such personal,'poverty that his expenses lake shore from aba to Lees- was as bright and" active as if feather the of the Americans.ARMOUB the expense of Emperor William's vI ,\\t"" .! ,

..:'t the tory: that::an Indian' belong-'> "'for' luxur\to' gratify his own burg, is progressing under the management all of her senses had been 'normal. cap ft- Ir j ; )

'to. the tlreek. nation,.and bearing(taste' are probably scarcely greater of T. P. Drake Capt. W. ,J. The bandages were removed from her (flOiflEAT } I: f ..

w : '.the Mona-, 'Dame 'of 'Jack 1 I 4AaBi>fjur TTf lAm'rrKin circuit-rider -McEaddy and H. D. Williams, to. the eyes a day or two ago, and the operation BUYS mE BALTIMORE' DAMAGE BY. IiUB.BICA.v. E -

"' aow'li, oomjpstlve Pe ,WI i satisfaction of all. It has been, decided had been entirely ,aooce I i. AND (OHIO K, B I A steamer which arrived in ,Y

"df ,h is(fol1l'wI1be; '. hap' I 1-k!| It\probable that many of the fuI to wait until alter the equinoctial When she was able to see the "faces The>Times-Herald says: Philip'' D.: dad, British West,Indies,.from :' f.' ,_ :

11p1lif;eonaoled'for the RlBlBfJDi their 23 colonists 'rains before opening the clay of her parents and the beauties oi nature : Armour, Marshall Field and Norman I '
tare does that fearful
l of Cuba I'orto'Bico and reported, "
-- 'predeoessors',may seem'incredible:!I pile her'. 1IhUlliutie demonstrations B. Beam have secured'control of: the 'TriAi-l1.t'it
; the
Philippine'Islands will be colored caused there by a hurricane j .. '
l '
; ,tMtthii';, jack pot\\could' be won 1] soc !1j:menyiromtahe,,United States, anfl esipecrally C. E. Johnson, of' Quincy, has been of joy brought tears to the eyes of I Baltimore & Ohio Brailroad They I urday mgM.'-The destruction'of -

many times, but" he is 108 year old.1 I! fronvthe South. They can experimenting with German millet all about 4her.Plorida'i have made James J. win president. of: erty wtta inunense. It is \ f' ,
The sound teeth inhIseadarsa1dJ the Great Northern'Eailway the dominating
4 I[endure'(the;summer climate ,of these with very satisfactory+ results. This lame SB a cattle country is : : over one hundred and fifty.persons :
tabe5thethird; with which nature factor in the reorganization of ;
-aet tropical islands better than can the year he baugbt seed at considerable well and favorably known beyond the i :i iI were, killed throughout the island and_ :1;
a r .has endowed. 'him.A .< and six borders' '.the.UJdted I the system and have gained for the
r-- 1 whitest: There :has for many years : planted acres. From of States The number'were rendered homeless and '

-.i- -. :mow \ 'I .been :.a*;'strong );'tendency of colored !he crop he housed 45 tons which he is Tbaoher Brother*of Brazil S. A, with I Chicago and the Northwest what is destitute.' The shipping sufferedsjedr.ously. f .

5 ,new:'tenant,:Designing.to fire his i population In.thla country colonize experiencing little difficulty in selling their. fnaxiii, making a,party of ton+ practically a trunk line from ocean,to .: The ship;Loaodo,, a bark',aod f t j; '

; +chimney: arid save the ,expense of, a 1 already.known as "the black at $18"'per ton. Besides the millet Mr hare reached Klssimmee after a voyage I ocean controlled by Chicago capitalists two; barkentines broke from their,'ancborage -, ,

t4sweep; boasted:af bundle l ,of, burning I lwntJ: .the:coast_of,the Gulf of Mexico. Johnson calculates to raise a fine crop of thirty days. They were attracted The price paid w not known and were driven to sea, ;'Theyj: $

<:It'n straw't the end ta pole.L.A momen t j 'It"would [6e.surprising if with of bay. .there from the report of its I E. B. Bacon, president of'the Baltimore hod not :returned when' the;.tMmer -'.. : ',1 x

=;? t 'later 'e was '.tartled_ by \.aV. golden I new 'fields'opened;to the,colored,L man W. H. Girardeau of Monticello the cattle industry,and left ,Brazil with & Ohio Southwestern Railway left' Barbados*;, Many local, ,veasels.' :r i r'?, ; .
and has t'!
i" tinkling glancing down, saw thai : Company, who been engaged forsome ,
&' ; fart'her..south,- iq th islands which Melon King of the Sooth haa IQsslmmee,for"fihelr A rtj nattioi. They were. .wrecked,or blown oat to seal:;: 'v .
,. 4; the-old-fambioned hear'iirwas ; grown a i 'time with the New "York committee '
..r JI literallyLcjoveretl 1 Spain, haaloatolored:: men In the watermelon of the Triumph' variety !are pleased:with the climate. ;the stock Bridgetown, the, capital 'of:.the Island 'y ;} :
-r tUlp1d'p a. Further ex ,!Speyer &Co., and::Kuhn LeobA
; I 'L,
':t : States,'.dissatisfied with conditions vdhidi weighed 9$% po mda. On the I they see, the"graaaes and will _doubt- 'of ado a,ceDe'f_desolatJonandmin4 :' .
: aminatiau'nvesled''the dfrag1 Cd; bankers, and the receivers hijmqiaf.ing f
mental of a leathern 'be.g'lIU pend'ed'.bi here,-should not take.this opportunitytortnahe'na same day, from the same' vine, he 'leas"' become interested in.
homes for ,themselves, pulled two other melons one of which : business, here.- ln"the Baltimore
a ,hook : chimney, while th* f affairs of the &c'Ohio Bail-
; and/under more'favorable conditions aide and hardly a.trees standing.OpBEAN :, ;+
the beam
tipped at 75 and the :
other Brevard if. Flier :
,1 -, windfall itself' totalled up. to nearly ",i County Surveyor O.' road, waa In town today; and was intervfewed T .t rn
-.+a"t ;'Yoo.-TJ.t.-B1tL'. : _-." I at 70 pounds, making 240 pounds has been kept quite busy of late in about the purchase of. the KINO IMPBQVINFurther cf ; t

::-.- ',r. ; ," When;:the, SuHan of Turkey attends gathered from a single' vine at;onethneTToQahasBeean. :Dade county, where fa e has'been .en- : control of the ,Baltimore & Ohio Baileroad. t ;, ', 1 >*
: -advices from Seoul, capital "
they Friday midday i
prayer at ,the gteged/by the United States goRerhmen I '
In duck ergoe'ta of Cores, aayj'the King of.Cbrea,:wio, : 't
:' and( the pocketsare I mosque in:Constantinople, the garrison The results of the Florida 'to, explore survey and select I T
good fish reluctant to discuss the
) ", lib I was with the Crown Prince became fllon": .:
= worn wnywhere. but on' IrD1 } : t'R't
; hips :of/t thirty thousand men are stationed laws are apparent in Charlotte'Harbor trocUt'of,,land for 'the Semipole :matter, but after being advised that it ; ,
:5. from
hnd'inside m Sunday last.ijsupposedly poI; d ;
: 'front.widths. *Two I along,the.route-eo that.he shall Tndface; ere entirely '
this year Vastly greater quantities tber'ar had been in New :-" ;
published Chicago
\'- catch-alls 'but is recovering:The Crown,Prince, however + f k t
;wi h '
square flaps"that be '
II&fel1.'guarded'from: crowded .Florida: the white
the'tDOIJent out
of iflah by
i ,may be found tihan heretofore York and Cincinnati he said number
a the t
is ill It is believed ,
; ton'do rn ffrankly*sewed ,:
; are "the 'bI8''untl1 '
on he leaves hill his ettlera.- I' tj 1
-- on and the fishermen to Special agent Duncan of .
; experience trodbte of identified with
: .,
i representative men of the : '
ponooer was a lardy royellrbaaehold. "
"'d-.J' troat'part t.the.skirt,4; within handy carpet.in the sacred edifice. He is also ; _
'I' : often ,in 'making1 as' heavy catches/7 :Washington In ,Dade ,county, large railway, manifaotring and commercial t.y;(fC
> :reach pf .the wearer's and .left ins .
right rides closed carriage, surrounded they wish. This season:there's/more looking after. the interests of .the In interest in the N Northwest .

.'' '.)handSj sand_into these she puts heer.belongingi ,: by;...bodyguard:- ':.He :makes these mullet than, market, and ,theaf'laH.ft Decking diana Both thesegentlemen have Chicago, New York and other cities on .". i iWARE

.: easily comfortably.' The weeklyJjournysin:; fear of his life, :will be extensively?enga been making Fort .Lauderdate .their the company's line, had been for sometime ,HOUSE TDMBLBD DOWN a t,
; .,'. promise ,of the tts-bra. is'jhati, ,, wool find he;insists* T has r-
" upon every precauUonbeing ed faL-Pm&ta Gorda Her+tutd. headquarters. Surveyor Fries now negotiating for the purchase od A most,peculiar,accident.happened if
f'', walling:skirts:for autunm.and winter [ Thousands of n '' atille '
people had
taken returned to .T i having
; substantial interest the Baltimore afternoon to the brick'wire- .
Two houses burned a very Friday : i l
-gIn were
-1 : be made with the same, regard gatherito see'tbe / hear ic
: of the
Faith '
; rather la
. ; an unpleaBBiit job surveying Florida
&Ohio Bailroad and that inchnegotiations house recently erected the riV
by ,
. 20'oonvealence and : Campbelton a town' ,
that none of.these but neighboring to.Mariann .
; : fat, the :beat way to e'hbn: 'is the BvergfedeB.. Jtrat' :.
; & m" .JIt
had ee Peninsular Railroad .
> been brought to.a
:00' shall have ,a'-gather'or: ,.'' Teat, the ioJ_ gel the:ear.-of-chamberiain', or *, at..about tie same timej one '
whole waist bawd/round : night last week. 'One was The ,shipping.at. beef cattle from successful, conclusion. Jacksonville onJS south aid'eot 1'o_' / tS
,, Brand/wer,,.who,;by judicious bribery ,owned by )
tt J 4 be H. G. Christmaas/located three miles Charlotte Harbor to,Cuba has been rednmed ''Mr. Bacon was very reticent, built street between Cedar andClay. t 's j'
: 'may .,=prevailed-upOn o 'admityba .
; from the other owned 8md'lt'ia probable that the industry is. evident that the control has been A portion of die building, bas.been ; <
by W. B.Wynne. .
i'' ',j l.' Of;-tits,, manyx;hovel, entertainment ''Tofth::; ; :strangers'',;.box' :of themoagaewhere"priests ; '
".. !, I- ai:Newport' this summer, .that'::which and politicians,' There are two mean:der arrest -Twtti'ttmtinue; ':active;;nntilthe;} purchased, and from what t,:has been In 'ose)or a. few days)by the Government ''-r .
charged with the burning. Tea supply of bed in thim eotion is pretty learned here and through other sources as:a.siorehouse, About 2:i5,Friday ; .j
f ; senora &nd" civilians
: fetook,place : Crowways, jthV'jllla.'ofCJr. sqWler jostle l lone '
.,. .: sadMrs..' StuyTesant;;.Flak, :was .oother' In)their.desire'to"'obtain were'bound 'over,in default of $1,000 well( :. .The.firstsetipnientwin , .it is certain that a:mach, larger 1 afternoon' the workmen and =_ : li t
'an be made early: next; ek:brW. guards heard ,a cracldag soundr and
bo d, 'are'nowinjolt.: \f : w sum than ten imTlHnn dollars has been
t ,the:. c lmaz,1Ii..took the-form .of/a a g-Umpse,of -nl-Hatnid-st prayel' .
, : ., : ,0. : the
Towlea who .the of the structure at
- Tia'contracted to\des for.it and that Bhe i saw walk
l paid ,
warming"':oil: -: iiilir
; dance, i lot We/have hi .our. office a sample' oldthebteoeogrewsby'Mr.E.'C IE. t er''begin Gate
Charfdtt : southeaat to move
a 'whicn' W;t00'cotas t attended. iTalie a ,i.so bead The, ;Bnrbor Lion manager and himself.are the co
; I Lewmsky- prominent xne > Sealey Lighterage '. barge who have been the t ward. Those in the building Immedlafely i
company's negotiators.
it.the entrance hill' .,:,'Mrs.. 'Fish; dress.edas -- chant of,Key.Wes ,"shot WOUe:Knight Of Phi Mount- ,'this year. It has beenexamined Three'Brothers ; has been chartered parties. i[ ran to a place of safety, and .- 't "&f.

sn'Alsatian airy maid,;received"on' Ttursday afternoon Sept.let:. by several and pponouaiehdsvecy'goad 1 1.
I ; : The ,
'" : '> I and a Pensaooia tug.-will do the towing Bacon declined to tate,Whether fortunately no one was seriously 4i
'Mr" ri
e'cb waa"ledby: : ball.took; ff ect:;in'" the stomach' and ; article. :ir.8ealey'madea The'walla fell with a.and thosewho' .
. .ltehaDytr'3r09 thefarOrs live crop and 'trust Coring,to;ihe activity of phoaphate the present receivers ul /manage,I t _. ,
; : ,being, riM likely,prove &., The.difOculty very'fine we :) ef1 sand were lathe' neighborhood doors- "
,the the tn
sWppmg-; affairs future ,
;{ .chickens-an jduckllngsbesides'rakes, ;. '- forts,in assisting to ,dem temporary [ oflhe.com-puri < ;; q!
;w-.au6'od.tiogble; be btiveenHon, trate: theadaptlbility" then had
; disablement l ; of the'on that been an ' :1
pf the:tug-,linuna,' the. but itis; well kncTwn ttherare, in -
of I
fhoesj .sickles,. and"bther'_ agricultural rTXnitht.: : :tbe Ol'.Wm1e our soil_ said'.cUm I .
e loeoa. The wall for about --
: bent'F. DeweyFMkept; ;; .towing close wltJ\"the new. fifty c S;
lm' attired 1U; ,; ;busy alliance ,,owners. ,J I
: plenien' The were to i
; wiirbe
'f ,women Rtg'ht,,and:;Lewinsky, :over the;hire :growth:; rewarded: ;(* 'and scald,not be and : ftet.eih .y.weata sonthTfell: fii, .,'- t-t_
;: mdoubtedly.be by
,as: d, maid.'ind'the' ,'mesa;wore of:a boat.' The diffioolry'occurred'be sale st'a good'rouna'iumduosDemocrat ; .- ee =Q Che: ICnblsu nffflplpaa. i emtiorofficlallymanegehe requested'cane I l and the flooVwas warped. Hundreds. , ,1 '. t
< : :
: *.", ti5ve_ en RuighR'amd 'ia'fronl ; The Three'Brothera.will: about n \j of asses of canned.goods,and bags of ',f .'
's affairs ; :
.x Carry : A. _
: ,
:1. :1f ;, Pmm' '
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? THE H SEHOLD.r sentials of self-respecting service, Your' Beat Foot Poremost.' j ;':? i A

may reasonably expect the ideal maidto When I was a child, 1 was a very In :

live up to the opportunity. Ideals slow mortal When we went.walking
LADY READERS are perhaps never fully realized, but I was sure to lag away behind the M '

this especial ideal must be kept in others.until nurse stopped.and they all sas ; ';..
\ view if improvement, however gradual waited for me. JNurso was sure to :\
Natters Pertaining to the Home ve- ''
in household service is desired. call out "Hurry miss there a : -
g up ;
\ Helps pnd'lints for the Hous,
wtte-I'rom : It is easy io remember; try it, and dear Fat your best foot foremost." ;' -
Kitchen to ParlorTh -
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Fireside ; see' if it' does not oil the wheels' of I low puzzled 1 was to decide which ( y..

your home machinery. -Southern was my best foot. 1 laui ed to ask +=:

Cultivator. nurse "but I was terribly afraid of ago. %,:
$Opos. of Manner.
r which was ao often A
public opinion
4 Our great-grandmothers taught
Emergency Helps. inmntm/iim in condemning.me."-, very thin : :

manner" Many serious results caused by accidents strange child.. I had asked ao many '' '

propriety writer Outlook. be averted if knew questions and the In.H&.rjableur. n { xI
,; .: says a in might one ; ,
It is often WI&.8"e.ll now, if you aren't the ((1))
./well-bred, lady would fidget in just what to.do. impossible +*K
r l'ump&DY. put her hands to her face to secure the services of a phy- queerest oMld," or "if you haven'tthe : I : : 11

'' toss her head or finger her buttons. icran immediately, and if the simple oddest notions." lint I pondered :i v

j& she talked she did it in a soft voice remedies at hand are applied at once, deeply over that phrase. When it 'I ;
was time to be dressed for a large will i : '
f and without gesticulation no matter much suffering, and often life itself
be .This is children's party father said, "Alind. but \
how ttpared.
how many rings she wore or may especially
pretty her hands might be. true at this season of the year anda you put your best foot foremost.";"I : v'.

She was taught even to control her few, suggestions may be of benefit haven't learned to dance yet," 1 answered by/ ;

; features; that squinting and winkingthe to some mothers. looking at him in all serious :

eyes and twitching the mouth For instance, in the case of stings ness. He laughed and,told me to run to", ; : '

were not "nice," and that they could or bites from poisonous insects if away and tell nurse what he had:

and ahould be. intermitted in. polite Applications of ammonia, or even said. All my childhood that was a m e: t: '

4 society. In sitting neither Cue knees common baking soda are applied at constantly recurring problem. Which S '

nor the feet were to oe crossed, rock once they will relieve the sufferer and was my best foot? When Jt| had ft.

: ing was odiously vulgar yawning generally be all that will be necessa- reached the head of the clan: my

*,+' and stretching v\ere unspeakable offenses ry to do. teacher said, "You must put your best : :i

r r and above all, the hands must For sunburn, prickly heat or things foot foremost if you want to keep ;

.: be crossed or 'folded in the lap aud of like nature, rub parts affected with 'your place." And one rainy day when will ; '

kept there. .- carbolated v&ae11ne.Sunstroke.or I mother found me irsulng out of doors

We plea'd for-at least. a partial resumption heat exhaustion is one in my newest hat she said, "Well, I
g of the old forma. Let moth- of the most serious things to contend must say you're a little too fond pf ed

:: era once ,more-teach their girls to kit with at this season and is something putting your best loot foremost; in !

still in company to cultivate calm that must be attended to at once or change your hat at once" The phrase

; ness. Let our women learu to canyon I fatal results will follow. became a deeper mystery than ever.

earnest conversation iu subdued Sunstroke may be caused either bya But since I grew up and learned :
tones and. without gesticulation. person being exposed the direct that many things are parables, and : .

We used to*be told that lying in ;, taxi of the sun for too long a period life itself most of all, I ,have understood ::

bed with hands tulded and eyes jfbut or from remaining where there in ex- the meaning of the, saying and .

was half a* good as sleep when Steep essive moist heat. In either case the sometimes wonder if one could. find to : 'IV ;

was impossible. It. is quite probablethat person*becomes unconscious and absolute a much better life motto than myt ; '! i;.,- y'<
flouncing and tossing about rest and quiet must follow a hildnood's enigma "Imt your best ; 1'\\'.
r' largely Increase the loss of strength I.'eturu to, ooinKuommeBii. Under noondition foot foremost." First! in character. If 92; : ?:

4 from sleeplessness, as we know that <<; must the patient be remov* there Is a choice between wearing f t ; ; t .i .

the sleep which is accompanied with ed any distance. lie should be carried miles or frowns, why not choose the ; .

,'? much tossing and turning is hot as to a coot'shady place and should smile If those around us are despondent ; ( : ::.. '

,. refreshing as that which is taken be, laid' with his,head slightly raised. and it is ours .to relieve tre ; : ] <. Res

=a quietly. Cloths wrung out
. Just sto if a reposeful manner is'ac? should be applied to the head if the to deepen their gloom pessimistic 101; { : '..,

ginned early in life an enormous attack is. slight;.or, if. severe, pails of reflections, better far;-better, to* be t : 0';,

: pence of nervous movement is spared, cold: water should be dashed ofl the the sunbeam of light. If it lies with ; :

t, and a.corresponding amount of power head and chest. ourselves to be pure and true and : : : ; 4

1 : may be saved.-nPrairie Farmer. As soon aa he is able to swallow a brave and noble at the cost of a little 84; ; : : :

little aromatic spirits of ammoniashould sacrifice is it not worth attaining. 100; ; : g---

be given. This will stimulate So with our work.t lSurelyif! a
Mistresses and Servants.
the action ol the heart and noting thing is worth doing, it U worth doing ; ; | '
Teach your servant self-respect '
1 more powerful should be administered well" worth straining rverj .nerve if : : :
and own. For instance a
r 1 keep'your ,
\ without the advice of a physician. need be to obtain the happiest re- t
pleasant room to deep in, a>nice kitchen
Avoid giving alcoholic stimulants. ults.A friend once said to me, 4"
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, ,. e'er let work leave your : :; ,
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ing utensils, good brooms, ample towels :
For poison caused by coming in hands until you are sure you can do :
\ 'and dusters, fixed duties, and regular -
contact with. poison ivy or other no more to better it." And so with I f4'
hours; these give and keep up NU.'a; :
aimllar plants, there are,remedies gaore. the minor matters of life, especially -
self-reepeot,1D.:a willing handmaid, be ( \ :
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she cook or waitress. She learns :o I
!' own: special :remedy. Then, too,, theeffect'of strength and beauty by putting our : ,
call your house her home, and to taken twill '\ t'
apride in her work. ,poison ivy, is much more severe best foot foremost. We complain of : ;: -

..on.some persons than on others the want of .money. Are our homes j
J .On your own .aide an' even temper, i j will
and consequently the treatment must as nice as we can possibly make them tt Y
i a'pleasant but firm oversight' uf necessary .
; be .different with the mean at 'i Do '
matters, a systematic plan of 5 : our disposal I r \
.housekeeping these keep up the home,, of, the' simple remedies are: order and cleanliness prevail? 1a ,I' i\ .J.

: 'c mistress' .self-respect in dealing with Applications of;:common baking soda everything, disposed to the best advantage I I\ : ; ";i'.: s

;: I her 'householdstaff.!! As soon as you and ;water,. carbolated vaseline: a ? Is beauty sacrificed\i to utll-t : ], '. G_ .
w 1 have been careless, or that you have weak solution, 'carbolic acid 1tl or is there a constant effort to sro -- ,

,4 = bat your'temper) in a trying moment, or sugar: of lead and\ with some, the minister to the higher nature? If the ; : ;; ." <

Y you. realize that a fake .-position 'ex mice' of the tomato. proves.efficacious. the food be plain it can at least be.the :

r* 1 ists'that-endangers.- : your IleUreapect.1nr . The eye is the most!\sensitive organof prettily served. The dishes may be '"the& ; "

To relation with your maid just as ., the' body ,and. any foreign,.ub- placed nicely on the table and hot (as (\ .'. E

,she,feet When her'room is wretched stance that many find .lodgment there 1 have-often seen) crowded: together ), : ,, t

c : ner tools <|ut of order; her hours Of usually carries intense pain. Look in n.confusion. If the pictures and curtains ;

(work'irregular and her: training 'neg-: upward' so 'as to expose the lower lid be shabby they can all; least, ; S

\' ected, .thai. her .standard confused sad,;press( gently just below ,it. If hang straight and gracefully. |lf we :

fk, ind, degraded.. the particle ',rest on,|the, upper lid cannot. afford 'to dress handsomely at ; ; ,

The real|mistress Is:always )ielf-ro- drawing::1t. down. over,, the.lower: .and least we may choose to wear neat and it \ -fl

;a ,t petting'and.having'provided'lsbe'es-: e ;. : pressing it,,then,letting if slide back becoming gowns, avoiding rags and and .
F i -, t to place"will sometimes!remove it.; Or 111pp rr. J

roll 'the'lid uack_over 4'toothpick or Would'not' life be brighter and hap- : :.
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Sppatbertc 'B baikU. peiicilands;: witii -I. corner' of, a soft pier for our dear ones if ,we were
'" ..... .. handkerchief. gently rub.the eye. After constantly to exercise the power of .
t ,'the particle is removed the pain "putting our best foot fonmost" in not :; ; r

-. may:still;;be'felt, in that case a few its highest and truest sense? Just ;
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,the dry ,boracic 'acid powder wul relieve how best,. and then with painstakingto \ ; ;

\ ; the irritation. 1 \ carry Out each well-thought design, : { ... S

The;; ear,: too, is often; the.lodging to give ourselves, our whole selves, \
place-for,all sorts of disagreeable intruders. .. our/, noblest selves "to the work inhand

afs A'I If, it :be an] insect, .injecttvarmtvatewith oe it washing the floor'or interpreting

7-' ,a'little'salt! ',. I In it. or a sonata-is surely the way to of like :: .sr.t
'.", saturate a small,piece;of,cotton batting lire'a useful, beautiful life. There ,

( ; anew"placF. it in:the,'''opening, incline -, 1a:both wit and wisdom. the quaint \ : ; ' \ : -

the ear,downward and allow.the i ingtMInt. your best foot fore' :
..J. cotton,,to'5 remain'fpr: awhile.--' When/it most.'' Hilda ,MuIrhead., C [ : .
U\ is removed the I.. \
:; ; insect will usually I -S l( } :g
come oaf. Withl'ttie -0a
\:;; : cotton.. For/ the DU-FNESS.CAJ. OT BE CURED ; ; x
r earache"thereLla: notlri :jbetter/ttian : _'
by" local'ipplications.aa they Is :
cannot :
hpt,bags of hops,:salt or;\bran.. They ,
reach the diseased portion of the .sir. mo \ b f
should aoweverbeapplted, ; aar hot as for .
They dire :
is'only one way to deafness,
possible the !
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small .articles,:such :buttons
as "
.. dies. Deafness is caused by an n- \
.. .. peas; etc:;become lodged in the"nose,' named condition of the mucous liningof _
', The sTtnpathetie tenderaesi of'alov tickle- the opposiiteside"1 "s
h bg ba1iiDc{ Is everything to an'ezpeo- a sneeze'..or,use a',douche of n salt"wa tube gets inflamed 'have\ a rumbling" \ I! :; t
hat-mother, especially during ker.first '
ter'on thgoppositie side' the ,
jind keep : '
:,cedesL George LaytonFrq.;:: ,'a promiMntdragflst ' .. 'fi sound' :.or imperfect hearing, and In l : ,.
mouth: '
of open.. :. when It is Is
IMytca,;0.,. gf Uw entirely, closed deafness Its '
:following eraw: ,;;Often(particles of.food become' lodged the result, and,Unless 'the' inflammation see : I \\1 i \!
: 'A ftIto aer'CII ,ally whoee wife has -
.4mr bottles c7,-Uetk?s ....tilt ear in the,throat' : Coughing 1or.a drink- ; ] can 'be taken outa&T this tub any : :- :
**!*. afttreeetag the effects of the of;;water .will :usually .remcit. .;. : .:; butifsnot7alaFp'IIIg restored'to its:normal condition, hearing & : ; ::
lOMdy,ihatlf she had U go through the ordeal : its } ?t,
agate ad there were bat fear bodice on thesm.rkH.aBd ; ; ? ; ,between '.the 'will be destroyed forever; 'nmecaaea \

".. ''vosld have them.the east was p00 -...bolW',--I, she, shoulders_ wWley' the ,head'is] : ,held "rout:pf' ten are caused by catarrh i i : '
,, --'.*Mother's Friend"fi' 'a adentificalry downward..: : /the, article;;,swa,:owed ;'which is nothing but an'inflamed \ : t'
eorapoundedjinitnent which affords is a ,h&rd.aubStance ''
: cer- .such 'aa aieow. 'condition of the mucous* urfac a.
kin relief in the"tnttiotu aflments pre .olldfood.'onYJs1ipuld: : ; betaken.and: ;: We twill;give;One Hundred Dollar t
... eediDgdd1dbirtht.aDd':
J' sjsures {
4k' ...1kZ.' ,, lastidty .to the. eords and,,muscles:proper to; 'if.IV. be a'',pin or.'piece.ofg tass'avoid for:'any:case,\of Deafness (caused bj ;c
4 -!'t J.Volt ed In the final ordeaL. ., ' girlng! ;:a'cathartic. Let it"aipne:until catarrh).,that',,;cannot be 'cured bjHall's '
? .r !"Kother's Friend" is sold it:has ; .I ,
: by drogflsta time'to become coated over, obedded Catarrh Cure. Send for ciren'laraieee r
or_ expressed?OS,,receipt of one :.Lathe' 'food,, it 'can"'then/'be; ; : : gar >,
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'1.- ;.book, ."Before Bsby' si.Born carried ewaywithoot: aomne': .danger t: ::F.JvCHENEY; '&" OO.;iTotedo; 0.',.' : ; : : : .- -
;;}. p "mailed free .' of.injury to.,the delicate \
t on application.: ,.. .lining#p theinteadnearairie SoW; by3Druggists: ;: 75cf "
fit eRUFUU ttWJUTCS CO. Attata, fir _'Farmer.: 'Ha U'.Fami1r 'S N' .
: > ,PU1a"ar"; .;the:-beat. . .: :i : COLLEGE, .j
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-S S j If II'fails to cure go a to* our merchant .

- :' $ __:__ 5-_5_5 -S_ : i/ _- i I} 1 fI ii iai We:YAN. ill YLE refund GET 1.1i TlD -' OURMONEr;,to.Ali him,: ,, Prtce50 a ,C ; C ,ctn.t T1; x

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Missed His play with su o"'a love, forget it and clear water r of the stream rippling the'euirtdmitwrrien between the"twocountries' OUT"grandmother. our motherr'our- Four othim"dkwi&piured... ,

HOW Bingham forsake it The wave rtfceaing, left over bright, yellow and .; would' fall and tobacco i aelf a'few years'mceand plenty of Banchore, Pirie, 'DeTarubdaaDd' ,

Chance.i it*.traces in the trembling of the cool The scene Jack looked upon: thi Hf i Would 'ipsss>as. free from. one to the .!our neighbor*'now, Ted corn meal wet chore of Dhairey The latter {s':said .. '

1' White: tiandi; that smoothed so deftly winter's night was as fascinating In' other, and vice versa, as H does today np,'hoi or cold convenience dictated. to be of such choice.flavor ,th Ua.e- ',

too hard, old his hot 'pillows and brushed so gently its weird horror as was tftat of surn- from one part of our country to an- . !Did they of we lose more chick* native ruler in power at Poona,Where '
are working '
I hi thick hair. ptther.Then. than "do ?' the original tree.*tood,had .
friends; wavy mer in Its vivid coloring.: Out of JA we ttorw it.1'
said Jack Bingham's
man,after another, as they saw his Cut not a word secaped her lips clouded sky the moon struggled in indeed;'-would come a revolu. IUonftl y, fancier i friend, we dOD by voldier to preserve he fmlt ,whlle': ,. ,-
: and Jack's evil' lave been the tion in oUr tobacco trade and think ripening, rfor his own All of;
ruddy cheeks turn pale, his springy, day migh't) ruin to pierce heavy, snow-laden' cigar know. Sometime*,ww. there fa a uae.

elastic tread become dull and 'drAgjging put off Indefinitely had it not been darkness. Upon 'the track and tumbled industry. But that eventually ] yett deal oJ. In 'other word, "much these varieties are entirely free from

: and heard less and leas often for Evans, the blunderer. When Jack on either side engines and cars' far off to cause, for the present, ado abotft : ". along tJheae.poultry the disagreeable*fibres which are fa*- -

hi* cheery if not exactly tuneful whis- grew well enough to see his friendsfor were piled in huge formless hel pii. at Iftoat,
'a few minutes at a time Evans Stifled shrieks and screams sounded the present i'tO'I1e point k what kinds and make their eating:trouble ,
tie. This wed. know, that chicks prosper
was one:of the first to call and with from the depths of the black masse*' effect the reopening7 of the port of some. Those who haT.eaten sn h varieties ,
well wiTh the (hens if the latter
; But to all .their advice and '
good his usual ill luck plunged directly into Here and there the gleaming lanterns Havana which will oeetcr'the moment of the'maogo,.bemldea aU other ; -
earnest' protests Jack turned a deaf did iot U is are kept in a dry place.morning and classes of fruit, *, that there'is
condolence Jack quite understand of the train men darted like peace signed; end which likely ay, ao. .f.. ,
F-'smiled" little at his raIny day Of course, Mother Bid dy : '
e and kept fruit in all the thenU
at first but Evans floundering will-o'-the-wisps frequently convergi. to1 occur w>W anyway, would, bave on equal to ",
tasks the.steadier. baa ft propensity for Pepping ou the .
: ahead, soon made it cletCr to the ing upon one point where lay.a torch- the trade. Anxiety has been expressed There are several more choice varieties '
chicks in the and cnufciwr She '
:: : t 'None of1 his friends properly appreclaiecT'jacli's invalid that -Ethel had not been ill; guarded row of the dead. and is given vent to'in our Lancaster nirfhtt that grow in India and other trop ,

c tfnusual' devotion to la- but that, on the cdrftrarjr, .wiiW(the Suddenly, while Jack strained his 'Penn..'tatter; that the reopenIng little life out; bdk does not preveried I ical countries that are:.Demed",' and :

_) 'th.1blJrn&of: ? them knew of its incentive issue of his itlneas had been stilt eyes to pierce the gloom, a'little'tongue I of the port of (Hatana'wouM havea nature take off as many when the propagated by graNDg. bat 'those

-. -that he was in love. She doubtful, she had thrown him over of flame leaped Into the dark'ness. 1 bad effect on our 'domestic crops. brooder system j* used? mentioned are among the very,'best. -

was dainty little thing, always ad- and had announced her- engagement :I Off the other andIt fo.reported that We are thop veaeon thoroughly testing One kind that has-been: called v5o. '-

; .* mired by men and rather looked down to t l 1'. i 'My' God I The wreck's afire!" cried. ,..\ the manufacturers have stopped buying the two methods of raising dbiclcs. i ." and that has been quite fcxtemrively *

f : upon and at the same time envied by After that Jack went back into the the railroad man at his side and th ft' Havana for the presentwaKing We hove ma paten brooder, but have planted In Jamaica, and somewhat] 4-

her own at home the of her the simply used small muslin crates and in Florida is said,to ometrue.Jroml:
sex; pet valley oi,the' shadow and knocked at came a* if In answer from the chaos for expected 'peace, which will
.::; parents and in society Ian imperious the very gates,of death. But the doctor a shrill cry of torfure. permit a new supply of 'Havana l leaf at i boxes, heated either bT hoi bricks underneath seed and to be of good quality,..bUtJttf :; ; '

: and exacting young belle, Jnsl the an'rf the'nurse, working desperately tower gures. i ,- or wrapped securely in s stringy and by far inferior to rAny '
fire from -
: kind of girl;, in short with whom itwas'the together, pulled him away and led The licked, leaping greedily the dry point wdotl topoint Nertnei' the expectation of the one newspaper within or by wrapping a of the good kinds. ... .,.
c height of tolly for Jack to him backinto; a gray sort of lightless of the splintered cars and.again jtne' nor the anxiety of fie other will be Jug of hot water and setting ft lathe: If those who can grow tnangoe*'will '

; be: in love, and consequently the 'object life. Whereat he 'Was not' so grateful piercing shriek made Jack shlvei (in ,realised.: The .moment the port of crate. Again we utilized the jlarge oQ depend upon budding or grafting ' .
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..'. of the most'ardent adoration: on u he ought to have been. And of himself. ; .H \'ana'fa opened'there will be such a stove, fighttlng a lamp and placing ftiw their seedling: with the_ Alphonae, eiiuJgoba -

Z his part. when he hound that he must get well, spite ; .. rush' of eager buyers that prices will one crate and then anuthcon the eta, instead.,of liaising:[the

,.. '(; Preserving measure' of elear-head- whether he would or no, he announced -1 Clambering over the mass of wreckage : be driven up right In (cHraT8naD' a atov.whirih la a real one, lida heat old fogy plan of:.eoduringCthe; poor ,

,.'. 1, 1 ..ednesa even in his worship,! Jack that he was going baclc to in the direction from whichthe : higlher point tnan the1 present market Lng oven, bake oven on the baCk e1c, quality and small size ,of..thf ,

-i-- .\ x. ,( plainly realiild'that.. : as ihe'head otaousehoM' 4.t' work at once. The .doctor retnon- screams seemed,to come, he found, almost -I price b re. Besides the supply there until the sand in the bottom'waa well lings they will hare fruit rworlh--eat -

.. ? .'I w.l ere economy was ,pecesaarynis'idof -!i rated commanded, begged, in vain, at the bottom of the great pile, will barely sufficient to go around. warmed. 'We are, bringing ohronghl a ing. *
'. : "":t would prove a melancholJ : and the shy ''pleadings of the nurse a wotnan, saved from instant The, stocks In tihis country have become fair-per cent of each'hatch. but doubtif It was my purpose, when I was'removed :

.k : J1-1: 'faH-are. Besblvingi therefore, had no.effect: by a freak of fate, but pinned down o'esliausted that'-the first rash we have done as well a* if we had fromthe oJ''(.U. 6. Fomologist -

:: *"* ettrff'ft&otifA' 'money to prevent .her Back:he crept to his old haunts, a and cramped until movement was im will grab up everything in sight, and had steady heat night ami day. by Secretary Morton>to:import

l r !_. r'.froD worrying as'td w.ta'.c means; thin palej ghost of his former self. polble. She had swooned at the leave ''barely anything for the general A neighbor 'left hto'chicles'with the more of the select .varieties''through; ., .

.. '. .;' he worked.I eirly. and late" steadily and The young:fellows who were do\ng crash of the ollizion1 apparently, And market. Consequently those who are hens and aha trailed .or' tramped certain_ 'correspondents iatlndand. >; f -t
had 'been brought back to consciousness \
.. h-. i .hopefully. The copy he turned out his work looked at him With a pity holding last year's filler crops need 'them nearly to death. It dawned'ap- South'.America.* and now.,.that, all bat 4'
:: .was goJJ"\o spite ot ita .volume; his that'.was' 'akin to fear and asked' th.m4 by heat of the advancing not take any alarm as to the profitable on him one day;tthat something crust two,of, those that'.1'got'have died, it ;jo,, '
,; regi1liom.his papd'iie selves:, h _we top come. to_,that?" & Investment' of their packings; be done and done ..' once; .He' made U still more highly"important 1 that '* '

: < tt rithh1A,dutIes f'It. ?dhfs For they thought 'that work had One.glance and Jack knew the face. for, naMe from the fact that the Havana himself brooder, after a plan we can this should-be done 'Tbeir Intzodn }

Js 'eom6froE:" ; "iita1de 'work ached an cawed his illness, and that illness "fithell" : leaf 'win for a year to come at give the reader later If desired. It tioiTon thlacontIiientwonId'og4ie.s:

.. .h ,,, -.tottfr had-made jhim wnat he was.. tile reeled as he cried the name and least rule as high a* wi present, and cost him fifty cents in rnOnejPand ; be of-great benefit to'.thoseTivinjf "l .* ,
.H'.i' "tl back k towards only
tJ 4;:' ? V 'Stilly the, money did not come fast His old I desk had long since been the woman *hrank- even thus' make It unprdfttable for 'service the kerosene to run a small lamp. tropical America. and ,to>e thoee-who > 1 c,.

.r'<' .enough! to suit' .impatient lover, in the possession of-another, but theproprietor death al the sound of his voice, in a In n4elIe'g'Ocsls-and partly, in the so- This brooder he et in a little endda- may thus In 'due' time''be'edabfed ''to' \' '

i. r' '. r ;W ho'thereupon; began to Worry an'dfreii when Jack asked for 'a moment the weakness pu.ed..and he called jobbing dime goods, the manufacturers ure out of doors and Into'it gathered get them in the iaymazkets'Cnba /'

.: Now'the' m.ri who works with place, .gave orders at nce :that he attacked the imprisoning! pb Help themselves will not in a hurry his (half-dead chicks." In a few fa'oun and Porto P.1eo.wheri'frOatsncVTjn. ;t

M; r. J .hi* brain .sixteen.. hours a' day, and shoulj be employed at whatever he came from all directions and slowly change the mode'"of manufacture they were a differanft ant, and .BUoogh iterf ere with such delicatay; '. ':,.__ .. .

: }'. r )worries and- _freta-1 n.ddItIon.hia, -'t< 'waa' able to 'do. The managing editor r, i a way of escape,was opened.But which has been forced on them by the the weather was intensely cold after be made to produce goodmaagoes: '

.r. '.- long; career of'1' a futne.befor eyeing him dubiously, but .recalling the flames swept swiftly on, exclusion of the (Havana; and which ifhat he made no change in Mfl. arrangemeDts -. as the world affords ax4atIewCost t oj i1

W f.* ''aim, be ,his motlvesj.wnat" they ..may.w the brilliance that had once been his, scorching the girl's delicate flesh teem* to give general satisfaction. Be and prosperity crowning The warmer part o1Y6ridasbuId':

f .. .'"% Jack's": eyes.u gve?r-1r*;<"way;- first. Specks' 1 i ed1 him 'over to the- city editor.. charring her golden hair and .dragging sidesthere is more money in nickel his efforts-ilrs. Yefanla C. M lin be planted them,"wherever there' '1a.t.l 'rY-;

1/ .. Y.,!>,- and. blurs' floated in: them, and And';th'e city editor, .whom Jack had from her shrieks of pain that (cigars without Havana than with and Vml", Western Rural.', anTsurety of mccea. "

)-. t. 'r''.Qirougih, them 'jumped pains-', ,that { Fie in the rudiments, did* notforget tore the hearts of those who heard the manubeturerw111 not make? halite > 'r Budding the_mango'has.been generally :

; 'drew; hi* head 'd wn on his folded theideiithe. owed, but placed them. Jack's rfevrWh .strength increased to part with his larger profits. Last considered an impossibility* but.

. : ?knn* ;in :sp te> of 'himself, til* feet ""Bingtiam-** opposite the easiest .as- -with each recurring cry, and' he year's pack nga of domestic leaf suitable Tobacco in ,Florfda-JI'allt'1'l&ntfnk this ia a. mUUkg; becanae'It.hav been ; ,' "

: "f- "'.4.;..'"iarid'greW heavyas if hisblood. I Iiitkn, his book until the staff pulled and lifted with a power that for filler purposes are, therefore, get Kline, states O. Yarn some In fact TtnwM-tJnipti th&t pdwlblr and Rur-au- dor by at least one expert(in Florida, t ?.

'. 4 would' iav i risen in revolt had amazed his helpers and himself. all right. They will sell and bring and1tcanuedonebottmersWbenun-- ,
:: --.v.fi4 .turned .to lead* six months s. be- open n an.t readers Win Ibe gld J.'t *-,foehe.hadgoieupordctwntheotstairs" the object of this faToriti1mi'been any At last he reached her. held her in their iprice. They need'not fear the tq at on lands '& drouth -has prevented :derstood. The secret;Les In taking ., .

'. ;v"fle in three jumps. Now they on. 'else his arms for a single moment, then competition of (Havana released from making a success (rf a spring crop I the bud from' about the middle' of' : :

;:; "i'.r seemed'tb'glf6w longer erery days'ana As.It wai.Jack himSelf was the first passed her backto, willing' hands. On freed Cuba as 'long as the Havana does of that tobacco.Florida'Mr..tobacco yarn Is.yIJ'l.t it Is advancing a fact- the growing shoot 'where 'they are ,; .tt)

often''he'"stopped .J lf way with a to complain' Banquets' and balls, re the instant a piece' of Iron its', sports u come in free. to the place ft belong, and that It well developed; and'jet not'too.tender.' I ;

'..j" little, catch.In. |1M. aide. .'Pres ctpt&9nsand; races, lectures, sermons sand burned away, dropped 'from the Hut- )same' foresight should be used will coon command the'wane esteem In where the olor' of'the bark,Is Jnsi "I; ..,

t''qt1r.the': 'pain that, gnawed at the: interview' *, quickly' cloyed theappetite1 overhanging pile and felled him in in the ,speculations with thia. year's the markets. of the world that our queenly. turning from green:tb'pmrpie -end'at I :Latlmejuatprloztoavigorouestags =

--:7bck: thI$' 3rebAIIsJefusedt: : it,1:1. f'the: newspaper man who i his -. They tnbught he .(was !.ops.' Ueporta,are coming in from .orange doea .. t.

L.. :fejenlwp.7rhen Jack grew. -afraid-,' had' been,used to 'the strong meat of dead'when, senseless, he was rescued, the Connecticut valley that as high as The freeze of last winter-and 'the loner of growth in the tree to be budded.

S*, f- I/ouidid:: not let j&iii fear keep him*frpni j journalism Jor his. :daily diet : Bui presently, in an improvised.farm'- 2; and'30'cents are being paid already Florida uCh of the In spring a bad,way have.id left th something peopleof The shield method has teen used, bnt

"Give with blood hi house lie back to consclousneaa -, for th*new crop.: Somebody will find I believe the 'style would
. \. .hti: ,rork. J.M' me something hospital, came must"be planted from which 'money. can ring or plate 3be 3-
1., :- { e.Iii" t'i"ur' of h1mi JAtilo It," Jack said to?the city editor 'one' to find a flood of pale-gold himself '(n the WMng side of the quickly be realized. Totoadco 'Is one of better. '

-T -g"and "adopted'::.the precaution' of day.. Tm, tired of this. wdmanjayork. hair covering hIm face, to feel the ledger in: paying auch prices. These the safest crop farmers: can plant provided We need the.'right varfetiect otthe c
they give It the right Care and cuWIt
.. Wnen I Was on' earth before warm kiss of full lips on his bloodless prices are undoubtedly paid under theimpression '
in thebands our prOr
aloud : sell.' Pole cored mango
v/ ding_over ,wJi.teTer of impor- properly. tt wW far
c 7. -':"J ,1i nes :he,;had> 'writtefi. One day ,ll they.'were.not'afraid d to send me. out ones and to hear a sweet voice say,- that the figures which the euh;'at from 25 to 50'.cents per pound pie and the best metoods of their '.4

!''J ' .4J".about; "that .as':,t.Li..t'. ",;hii after. big ,stories once In while.." .-"Jack! My Jack It is EiheL IMW ''broad leaf jumped] : Don't know me?" will Ihold out. But the condition will per acre. One man can grow and handle '
afraid be able
,, ;tbgue ened *suddenly swollen' and It'sj-foir you we're and not they and all of us to enjoy
'!'.' " etii&haonId.: .not- ';"utter" 1 the" for. the;. story 'Jack, and you know ,If Jack had bee&physically' stronger b4 changed> materially when the 1898 from two? month one and ana a'half required to, wo,to acres make, and the as the richest flavored and meet''delicious )

't}, 1v6: mtnd framed. JQJe iurned tohUj it,":expostulated! tjie man ob the'city perhaps the bar r. which long crop comes into the market. ., Seventy- crop it Is reidUy seen .that there Is a of all fruits -' :. r ,".

P..) :;,..; typewriter, ; and placidT". .T..". hethouglit deaL > a.theKId! : bellevet that no months of bitter contempt had_raised five cents and $1. ia> pound wee paid .good profit in owfnlr'lt. California ", can and should .grow- 'i ...
:1. '
for the broad leal
.' 'i :). c ; :the Reading 'ne" desired_ man on:;the"paper can.work up a"sen* would not have been *o easily swept tbisyear because no Every farmer 'who has the proper kind these choice'm&ngoe'tom c f, tfceir I "' \
t d.Wrib. > IoiIthyou..; But you're ndtstrongSenough But as it was he whispered, Havana- wrapper leaf was to belied at of jMtl should plant A small acreage thU licit?1s.J
i the article he .n but. 'couldnot5 away. milder sections. In Hawaii; w :
\ falL The fall planting U the safe t for
.. ..read.,' .' ; .'yet 'for a rough :.job, "My 'darling.' arid -raised' erne armweakly any manufacturers price and some clear' Havana. the small farmer who. has no Irrigation now a part of our country,.th yv:will r
.t '- 'S Jack.. Look the. and for to fold about her neck: :Afterwards preferred: as a- substitute -
,;-\ When'ftheforeman in theeooe' jn. :glass. see leaii because the crop IB plaited jut'afteitheraJny do splendidly, and trete1ioin.oodehaneeaeo1lingethernbw *:}
Ing'room saw "The ,live of hel"tatroducing your elfJuBt: take it easy ,a while he was very glad that he did,i to any other But with .season and If the weather Ii 'dry J but. '
; old" and trust workyou' % for the hii' "out lit U little peace re-established, clear Havana there 4* enough mol"ture In the ground '
: a column'of ti ervleon'tbetariff,4i longer, man;; us to, came _by ; It-is 2,OO:miles toOfAr.to market for T ;:
manufacturer will in to make Then the average' farmer -
no longer be a crop.
;hard to mahup he learned that the fault notEthel's
; enough by-and-by ,. was such'tender fruits, and Its use\\there
laughed at flntand stroh a dilemma: Hence there is not doing, mocfe 'ra- the fall ,.t
."' I't.hm remembering Jack's looks. .:pfJatergrew ,;, but her matchmaking mam. what he can make from .a erop'Is almpW will be reatricted- that)locaUtyl., J'
'. rl : i blood; in it" dimes ma's and that in the 1'. heart prospects loriuch exceptional price '
fig,. Ift e. Boon,he adiare. -,. ; uM1t 1' own Clear .xobacoob.hardy, &ndh.Iabout & Van. Deonan. in Tropical ffca. _
Ac text for Jack but' not
conmulting -
; this during onr'war withSpain. six degrees of frost .1 have Been' the -- . .
Wrf'ntgnt Jack chanced to lrooic ; It was some "month! biter when year .C. "
"aboutthe tariff' saw/in. ;. Tcfbaoco Journal.v plants thinly coated with!! ice and nSTcr ',
alone'id :lh When 'm.8umme1' ?
< ::a:.moment that the;mischief-was'not, }: "reporters' Jack returned, hale and. hearty and ,how any' bad 'effect from.. It.. ,Eggs. ..J '

, r k.J. e.:;: t)1e-city e tbr: me to'the door ol his with new hope in. hisrsoul, to his It jean be planted Jn'the fall In any part White ttveryone,bTtrying*tj &&& : ,

.Jt ,*"_ __ .' ltik private::'deii and. cast .a worried, work, that the c1ty; cUt r said,- Poultry, Eoiats. of the state' wMre"tl temperature",docs hl hen*)Jrflaj la winterbut ieWjWKK -
: the manigfiag editof iIheaia In his "IncubaftSon and, Natural
: oy ; gl&nce around..: "Too bad had to miss generally get belowfoor' decrees ; it11,
Jack wai led .away to a,cab,:.babbling: :: O f J i 6clct9 5iA yon Mad'River yourchance LAWS. ,"-Mr.,Cypher'give*'.aome.;intefedtlng by the 10th i ot Daepmber,. At WortUeade. ceed'whilevduring .the'summer. ;
at the old
w "' i last faQ toba.cOo.planted the 10th troubleat, all tt> .lndi 6iJ";* 3
;",thlcTdy sth'e-ifent of"Ethel, his,work l yoitt'ulIl'eito-k&! I hat* >faofa.flat.quite aii nth Date our 1".J.s |
-' man. of Novexmber'was harvested before the dnctlorr some:extent.
x .4 < 'and the money\he had saved;:, neT O" ''clfo1;>lbr'it's a hard trip, 'but "Chance? What chance?" asked. preconceived idea.that tartJflcfal incubaUon cold struck,ft.- The crop should be planted ; .
; a1).o riu .toii
? '" tlat fprwed a. go isend."ln: the long 'wU''he'lp%:yoiHrat''W we:can. Thejrhave' Jack,, bewildered. ; ,is s'uiniteeatheentiry discovery the tort.of September,]and'It can be :Ii to think '
'months that' : .. i cut from the 25th of November 5th ntVhe will discover thai summer
'. ':,- .. .:'. followed. .For. .ra.orphan ", .Just telephoned me from /thennlonlrtktlon don't ,' t tothe :
. tliTfrienda. careleasi' 'Why, .you remember that you of December. It can be planted from,the are just asprofitabe alt"10 centir'a
were that thria big ihs h He ya "The art>. of artificially .
were the only : on the middle of August on. but Uses rain
heavy .
newspaperman tiinei
44V PP7.p.1K)1 lnl and'brain fir a RTfer. ,'A-wreck iraln-willD hatching hens'eggm:ball been known sometfanes en aa winter eggs three,
?. If hadn't ..knocked out drown the;; young plants, an "
." : ; fevtr,j.faIL:illness' that"dernands' the bur ten'Au'"' < ; spot you :got f in' ;:' .
,. : in Catch it on your from -the remotest vge*. Though some trouble is experienced; with the ear-

ie". 'j. :.most. <::skilful--'- ,:. (''physicians.. 'and,'.{thernost.earefn1onune.forlt.co lifei ,''Bnh in afirsVloj; 'for'an: J & we should" have had he. scoop. of the .Egypt tradition attributes the, Invention lier plantings from this cause. It, may be laid ''aa -*

i, : ; c -' !; !: tra and'then."plan tb::d6[the"introduction year.. "By Jove I That's\ .!'said Jack to th*ancient priest at the Temple eggs from properly'kept.farm' &the'v

_"tIa \ qDeron.'i'So when Jack oame to,hIm- :for1 the bitw, 'idlti a... Ill get regretfti'iy.' "And I fail quitefo'rgoiten "-of Iftla, Wla impossible to determine Hangoex; America' do not cost to exceed & eetev.diI
: !: eI'agaIa; ::Jn ''ihtn7: and the year ::! :
: re'meJ1'01lt1to.'O'IfJuIt an ,
; ; very m : as soon a* it." / .a4 wtoa period or to,what nation I have noticed ''with 'much pleasurethe average '
2 qu1ethekiiewtt lis"preclou.litDre eslble. '"II"ey:Iwill--rJort to i"nd : f6 b ttlhe is perfectly safe to say-that, '& '
"'. "'''' .. '," ,- you ,At the same time i the doctor was coadtruiation of tie first ecouleobjfen recent statement in your paper "
-,41- *..m."UfIII7..AUW.< ' i aV.canlay ontjtte/woric. : for'tEem.Yoii saying to the brown-jed'nmie-, 'ahouM be .credited." that the UulgOba which is one variety summer eggs ;do',nc1A, jsu.m.
> ; ,..Thi.Ut. : e. however; know What to -dobeiter'than lean 'What a chance" BiffglramTinWdr"Chance Hartrihinig:placjes at .one,!'time extended of: the East India mango that 'I Imported It is a matter.of doubt wh ;
c :'compared with Ms doubt of \ijht'.; \.?5.F the cran bt. they cost more than:2; eD.ia-
torturing ; ; \a; : : for what" she . wer ,Egypt, Damaflcues. ., Jerusalem in 1889, and sent to Lake Worth 7 '
:-Et.heL'lVhi'dicl. not'he_ hear from her? And for God's sake take,as.'mueheariofyoureeltas7oFcau. ,, aM Samaria," had fruited this year. That, ft provesto This.Is.true.'OlAf } tght. :,
4 4"d d' (thim ** "For getting even withthat, ; girl 1. of in the :time
_. nots1cpmk: now ; ; } IBorthi there la under year. During
yr ; .- course. forgetting ::Verily nothing- new be a variety of large fit and high '
.j- 't Thefead.ot forgiving and j
J ; hen will ,roduceeIght.tenihaof
< th&t1Lacmuch. ,: :: tThe: <-'' bist.:words'were 'out of g\l1o havVturned sueiann. quality as described !ithe letttr average,
7; 'kindiy doctor had txoticed Jack's trouble the cityleditor's\ -tiioutfl\Jack was halfway ne Her his i :..'iMaaBacaasett1"'t., 'poultry specialist. which accompanied the plants, Is also all.the eggs,she producea in.A'year. 10. ',
back and married He
,.: .. \ by aT-qulet ln'q ulry:haaT'dHicoveTready ,,down ,the|stairs,/pulling on his on deal ', yon.and hi who experience no difficulty in having very gratifying to me as well aata ,A 'little'figuring will show .how'the: .
owed :
a great Jq :, \
ed.what:probably:'1 Ji.t Ui .,bottom m. : you Itftr.t.n A_ well kept h *,'iofH <
. overcoat
o< .' t as he vreni.\"His nerves were 1 ewiiThe > .two pound,broiler* ready for mar- my friend; Prof. Gale of Mangoraia :1'
l .. ;,Qt ltca4_ ioiiad_ ..aJ.li'_ :-' :for tingling .rith: hat' fubtle ''eJatlon ; good blood .will' produce ten dozens r :
.v '" . : ; of : kdt aft 'eight 'k 'Jsek:when .the i1atter Rr'up his conflict which: rspaperJmen knoW nurse m Ted quickly away,'but following tasted it. Your kind words of' eggs in a year., Of tbexe ..erght'rf.c r. J.
o : : "J Oare,U taken nut to gel very appreciation .
": Kconfage.tb'aak.foxEthel .SheT :ihad sis'iwell do not until. the d Ctor-h. d Been that 'the : will be produced between "March aiwl ,_ .;t
as. s1dIeuontliyirgeolbtUan : the chicks dbiHed while changing directed tome, by which I 1i >
: \
: jIU. ; :lltO1db1niand brown eyes filled with tears at his ,October, inclusive, at. a co t/ol'aboui ,
spvoInifg'ht: of big Di'trom am thanked for procurIng the '
.' ] : !jib incubator.brooder: For. plant*
.: y 1"- i'Bksh1m. :was- ,now_ slb-irl y. "but surely game.He whistled:unaer'hls'breatha words.. Be had learned _what,h.;wished thej'firstweek warmOi Mmeeeexttill from India are read with.delightT- i 23ccents-for feed, if she iiaVliberty!,. 1'
"it '
: -- v'-! - < %
.tt. j {
'' to:know: but there a pain'lihIwn dozen will be. produced'during '
recovering: And "laCK not wor- i jwa TWO
njghthawk'cab ,jolied .and While the i iMnlgoba is doubtless a
than fodd. At :. -v. ",'It' __,U\'l._ .JDJthb1Md___ ". ..r"U. .e".doe-. jounced. him '! rthe;:stonesto: the h flbec&UW ofJU. -WaverleyMagazine. first; da1n'Tha brooder.ttiey-are given very choice mango there are' othe" the.remafn.1ng'month.' of theyear, at" :. J;

'*',tor.would:;bring;him new::from:'her station, and.When. no":other 'ftporteia.ppe , a feed of rolled &I..Next' which are even better ome'of which a cost'of 25 rents. This calculation':!* :. : .,,\ !

%k+ ,'CTe.rJ= 'daT'to..1' .' .. .."" : I It 1 : :_ "to.e11ma. :pbuse;; .on"t the, ' ,..,' ., fng4beygtterofledtn: with moro a I bad grnftd in India at the samP.I based'em liberal feeding all,tbs'year" 'I' '

.',; ., --.d"--o .J&ckept: toed1entIy" ., quiet' < Wreck,train .he]eyenChummedi ; 'tuneV 'T&ccoant'Peace... dish of milk drink. -Tlhe milk I.time that I ordered the.little trees-of and the $ mate of two dozen egg* tor, .* 4'

z. .- "T>pfflow,I"l 1Isniiitoy..the something :'he Iliad; J jn>t:r doneVlformontht .Or courBctOxsUnhed States ann' ii fedmnn'.warm fountain made the Mnlgoba, propagated for the purpose the foor coldest.months !Ir also so Ttb- *s
" " 4 : by
:"r'. . <. ',: d:stepi and'flushing'like" a girl / \_ '.&* "* / JA Will occupy Cuba preliminarily jonlyas filling a'tin Joan and ffihen'dnverHng it of introduction here. end t not more than one flock'infive ,. i'

.:. p whentheiewswas;: ,-good,:as,(some '.; *;the train;/rushed "along:.through a guardian' for the Cnbjanav.but this i in am old Wwer." .) 'The,Alphcmae is considered the best wilLcome up 1'o'lt.. 'r

". )1o1p.it' Mwayanufcr_ ; One. day'. ,the the night -Jack. I feArned11 all-that\the military,; occupation oay last for 1 of all the varieties of this moat delicious The ,*ununer egg is the .o e' from,

%iijii.eyed" ; "-"-aur.thu- "X a' railroad, :'.men. c i nld :,teH hJm,oithe. years:;"JCnd.wMlk' ,It..lita:,Cuba: will ;ther1:- "Peednil fruit, although not so large as. which the money ,is made by the' fax ""-. :"

k .: ,great':;bunch ,of'rOSe bought;at ,theprice disMter.Aat- :, extra:, frkgkt (<:>nd :a remain's foreign country to'us as, far obJckv 'fourt times a':day' ;/ two some; nor*Is the tree of .Deh,thrifty mer. It.is the man.who I takea-excel-I..1-,-

"Of'tgtrWeeV a 'aalary ;and told through expres*"had::collided :on::a a* our and ifs'own'tariff law* are con week, old'after' ". tfm L growth 'as.some other ;;Jd d8kbuf it lent care, of his flocbVho makeS nt. .
.f him'thai, iEtheJ ha RJJ..tJ.iD.- .When' cnrved :embankment- Which? '.Mrtedthejbaflks trned. 'O/course if'the:millfcary/OC; ; Peed cmei .Ialebeid" OO 1Ced potAkmee bjpsr* Well. There';wereseveraV* trees ey from whiter; eggs.-- :TM*kind of =' -
,,she;saw" ".WTJ/iwk"buried""Wj' aee i->in : of, t'.l.aftr, :'li 'thelitronghi"pt euijtIonof Cufca ibythe. United States :ciiojiped ., owkedl r.ine't : IIed bf.lf'hiJtot..nc1J: ? were growing care very'few farm,'flock*."ever. get;I -- :

=. ; : Toaeaiand Ussed'theIrpeta1zlIn. % 'summer' d y the lindicpeWa ou1delther'by aV1U. :.tzi G;i. ,i4. n.1."hc1 e.--, ... 'e4'__1hW'ii,' ",: ,' threeplacVps /on:": :the jEasi"Coast t Not because of .lackuflutorrnation,5-: ;
; "
".0 :- ', [ '0 ,: ./ ;.; - .. 1ft.lleT.ere., .I en-Up a plctnre"-beauty tbi fong ... ... .' pkbssdte. .' .of'tne .ibamssfrnWot .. when\ 1 erriMe on'ver- caue, so. 1a ...
:":Z .&'.fft. lle r %f tie'bUck-tracks; through tie t em \r or' '!ute : 4..tfiti : on1 ,,errs.ag1'belk'ther'inO'e_ ; tbeT1rM1tWl cati7o&armIrs'Votoe. i ; : 4

: w-'i. e rl.r !eouf ;; e;'d'1tifjJtelij it -if..t, "" .1D& .,'." .nt _, odta*SXa ana-*- mfflet i* eeu AiffSL< : - - ; t'.etJIIn.; t.Pa1mi, ,:..ff" ; . ':. ;- 4. '.
' ' fs > ,.. _. 't-4 ' '
i u4'*V & $jSLf < c is.t ''' <- ; .1 '
1"t' \ .. J-
; f '11" w. \ -. &K > > *f
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, r' ,PROFESSION= AICAFfbS.iK0.1LROBBIN8. j ADQITIONAL) MINCE MEAT. $lOOQJoher, old servant Maggie Con Bi.ealne proceeded tot Lemon City and "
nors and $1,000 to Ch...Thompson the thence to Miami,arriving here at 5 MO:' MIMCBUSIN\' >
!' WALT KB estate is equally divided between her p.m. AND RDENCLO1r

ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO. Headquarters'for Cleveland Bicycles daughter Fanny Saunders and her son The object'of the excursion was to. -.
can be found at Greer's. Don't buy Harr)'. Her life insurance and what enlighten our Senators and Representative :
-r I I until YOU have seen them.. 5-20-2w can be realized from her Cleveland on the surroundings of the :-
A.ttOmeyrr3.t-SJaW. will probably .lelieve tbe balance Bay and furnish them' informationupon '
a ..'*P' FLORIDA. Mr?.'J. Frank leaves for Key \Vst property The, Real Estate, office of 'MfsVJulia D. 'Tuttfehas!1 'been
MIAMI. DADS (COUNTY ; of the estate of fnd btedness. which to base- their work fur a' : t. -

i.i A'111 pructloe In all courts. State aud Federal to-night Palm Beach where store.She She will will locate retain her her Lyman B. Gould who recently came harbor appropriation. At 1 o' loi.k removed' ; from the north-w est. to the. north-east .cor e oE 'the if_
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Special (1<<'IIIUI'.lor eximiiilue and perrectlnlt.lId from Indiana to settle in Miami the ladies spread a bountiful lunch ,. ..
Miami'business.T. \ .
M Title We have the culy complete which all Hotel Miami 'S '"
The t Y. ;
books South Dade -roUDty. struck; it rich finding a homestead enjoyed. day was 'per- ,. 3'
L-)stract coveriur "; } 'A
wad receive dally report from the Clerk ul B.JYoung of Co. B, 2d WIs. Regt., a' little over fix miles west of fect, and all came home expressing :: '" :.j
+!' the Circuit <'< nrt at Juno showing all laud a nephew of S. Graham of the Biscay, town consisting of 160 acres, ISO of satisfaction that they had been able to '{\!;;;. > ':;'.

transfer for South.Dade AU the county oertUed are made Abitractaof at our Miami TitleS from is visiting Gen. :Milea'a his uncle on a sick lea\e which is rich high prairie,20 rich ham- pass so pleasant a day in such pleasant The New-town. DeEbrest

? office. l-tf-hl. command at Porto mock similar to that at the head of the company. - w- ; \ :li :

Rico i i "- Miami river and SO acres of tbe best of 1 '. .*. ,.- ". '. . e. -,
; JA8. T.f A.\DfcBS II.ATKIKSON Mrs. Adam' Mayer and her father, pine land. The quarter section in To the ,Farmers. Situated one and one half miles.north. of''J'Iall ct.lale;-, ,Isnow- .I ;
bel, will leave for New Yorkon four miles west of the Everglades _
4 ; .SANDERS. & ATKINSON,It their-- !way to Germany next Wednes 'choolhouse and within a half mile. of Organized capital his far more successful .' ready forth selection of. I lots. nd'tne -:ad lom nom","1f3oo: acres: J .
.. day. ,{ Mayer's remains will be a worked toad. The 120 acres of prairie than unorganized.. =The little has been t '

.Attorneys t and Counselors a Law, taken to.Oertnany.; can be plowed withoutfany 'pretius manufacturer has been --swallowed up sub-divided' into to n-acre'tracts.Every ... ';:: '.:,ti,1t:r:.. ,.<_. ': t.;_f;
As of .
At the First Methodist work it. other lands, '
in and 2, copal upon by tbe larger, and theaarger.onee then one can find land to suit.-' Marl tLYaUiCrIjl }} : !' '
t Office Room 1 church next; Sunday there will be a similar nature are selling in this section :rant: !f'
Brown's Brick' Building, .Mr. Goulds strike is worth > ,banded together into an organizationuntil Low Pine Land "
preaching Bev. J. B. Hawk of Mel $3,000 Orange Land
r }3 2-14-if-ha -4. MIAMI, FLA. bourne at 11 a.m. and 7 :sO p. m.. Public In cash. Think of it! A lot.'of':men we hear a great.deal about organized Celery ,_;and. :as': n c:, :( .

: cordially invited about :Miami have been looking for: capital, trusts etc*,' In a few Hammock Land as there is'iri the state. :, .
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r. ; GEO; A. WO LEY, C. M. JQreer received a wire fromKis.imm homesteads for two years and have instances there has bI beenfarm organization Call office "" : ". t
even gone ten miles back of Cutler at, or. address'. i -Y .
announcing that the mother but .I .
. tOrn.ey: "W"- ; as a rule the immense product . ,' .!'>- '
General practfc In State! and Federal Courts of Mrs. peer. Mrs. M. E. Cottrell, away from roads and settlements and of,the, farm is thrown upop the :\0
receive at. was dying. Mr. Greer will leave schools to get them. Here conies this market \ l
1 All buslnes entrusted will prompt for and in.such a manner that he HARRY E. Ttrmlf \
I tention. Agent for Kissimmee to-inorrow morning.E. man from Indiana and carries off a who toils from sun to'jsun produce '" "
OZSIIAinA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY prize right from under' their noses. .f..f:
the breadstuff
/ of the world. is at the .
.. 'r'_ of New York. A. Waddell has been busy this fr. Gould's Homestead is reached by mercy of the throng of commission Mt'AMi :'F 4 :
AH kind of lite policies written. Office over week escorting a number of prospect going six miles west from tbe tarn of meiwbo his : :
'e posrofficc. I5oct.ha.yrS. ive &ettlerr.-aroulld the country. Prom the road across the bridge on the south. prosper rgwrich'off
inent among these is A. R. Thatcher side! and then going three ,quarters of products, while in toomany instancesthe
L: of Avon Park, who has come to Miamito a mile, south. Mr.. Goo d's family farmer scarcely recites enough/ for
; Mills.FQwler.. JVI. D. locate. .1 i He has been a large'grower will reach Miami in a few" days and. his We.products hear the make him good living Ik' BlsciYh.e.

i -4 in DeSoto county, but has suffered will, live in towu this winter. cry, "overcrowded marekets Bay; !

HOMmoPATI' s. '. severely from frost during! He comes the last to ,FrostProofBay two years I . .. condition, "vegetables," "overripe reached," or herein"green.j bad" .

-Y 13th street, near Avenue. B Biscayne to get out of the frost To obviatevome of the difficulties it is
area. WEDDING B ELlS TO RING proposed; to organize a fruit, or vegetable -
l Chronic Difieasea a ppecialtT' i- growers' association, or to not;it in MIAMI FLOJiIDA. '- "
S: S ".l1.UK-tf ber On 12th street.. tti'e Up-to-Date Bar- plain words to-form: a combin, hieb ': : :..,. :i :
,l Shop. 5-19-4t-ycl will protect the farmer from dishonest :,
Event Miss bOOBPOU'RI.UlfDD TIm'L..w OI'VioBTl ,
.The the of
<, On Monday. October 8d, Mrs. S. 87 Marriage commission men; and to 'so direct the :: :;1'

: GILLESP1E ENLOE D. D S. Burlingame 11 open a home kindergarten -, Illma Louisa Carry to Charles shipments the vast, crop that the ,. : Conducts 'A' General: 'a:utg! ;.; ?
and,primary class at her homeon Henry GarUuside. vegetables' will go Into markets that M. BROWN. .- : : ",;
14th Street. Children between the PRESIOCHT. Business. Issues Drafts pri AH-.' tl "
,Office.In Belcher Block, are not overstocked. ,.
-- Crown and Bridge W6rk.Specialty.. ages of four and ten will be admitted. The Ceremony To Tafc ,Flme in Haw York There are two thing that are to be R. R. McCORMl6K, ,... Parts of theYord.|! AccountVWM. ; ; t,
' ** She will endeavor to ''combine kindergarten city Wa&usAajr, October Bth. feared by tbe farmer- dishonest commission c
-rat, W.C, Office'Bonn:;:.tti.. to..to. *p. m, with primary work to the best men and a glutted market. 1C1t-PRUlOIIN'' : 'SoI cited ands E\-eDL _SYtrt Con' ,"

','''' 17m.11Im interest of tbe pupa She will 'gladly OOIETY people of These two'evils' can be averted by com CHARLES H.: GARTHSIDE > ;ifstent With ConservatTve.'Bank< ,!!j
explain the, advantageous features of bination. Let vegetable CASHICX. '
every growerbe
Dr Jas. M. ,Jackson Jr., her method bf' Instruction to all parents Mllami and Key present tomorrow and bear Mr, E. ing;Extended. \-Tl: '1* : _'-J"$I .. ,1 .

Interested. West were this P. Porcher most ,' ,
upon this ,important
: :: ": ,
.- -MIAMIt :: .
L.D. Bennett of Buffalo, N. Y.,who week Monday form subject. CO "' . .
\t FLORIDA. has been installing a steam irrigating JO -;- '""' :_. ;.: :4J7:;;,'
'. mall; notified ;of -" - : :... .' '
$' Office at Present: plant for the Snow Steel Pump Works The METROPOLIS IS up to date in theexecution 4:1' J
S "",' TOWNLBY.. BEOS'. DRUG'STORB.. '. ou Abe;fruit ]farm of Crockett & Bar* the i" event whichhas' of job printing., Seaboard national. 'Bank,. c, i .: \\Y'YOtk: : \

5.174i.4 bank (the old White place) left this been looked i I T' I Nat'l Bank of'Jacksonville, J ; J acksonirJ He:. '
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morning' for his home... Mr. Bennett fort for'Snme ANNOUNCEMENTS.The ' . .. to1
_\ John S. Frederick',_ '- ; : _. ; . '
fESH states that he has covered eight acres ,
the wedLouisa "
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-4 S .'CiH:, ,Engineer and, .' aria or. |rif-TlTTiig S50. 'He titP1 lsnj'BCn[ Thnrniiirhly pT&vt for cJUuthis.about n Itt--lIJ H. L EOT 1t=--- Knaiith ..Nachod ;and Knht; ; .. ".". -' ,New"Xorks, : : : 1

,:' 5.v Notary PubEd-for State Jars\ section and expects a large business! as Curry' of 'The friends of Henry J. Anthony! --------- !-' ; __ -' -.0+" .&.
.. Particular Attention given to SubDividing the result of; bis plant which he ban. Key-West to Charles Henry Garthaide hereby announce him t as a candidate .- i :. 601;\
S ', large tructa., placed,on the farm mentioned.The of this for the office of Tax Collector of Dade Elegant Iron YaullVI7 i a nd: oo.> i : '

...Office 20th 8t,:* near Av. D, eonth sqde. 'law In'relation to candidates for city. County; subject to the action' of tbe :. j . __ t ; i' ; if: _"Hi
.1.21-tf : -- MIAMI: FLORIDA. city offices,, 'is such that every man Miss Curry lathe daughter of Mr. Democratic, primary. .o.bllll l k" .t:'.N' 4 ., : J>.,. .

whose name :appears upon the ticket apd Mrs. Geo. II. Curry of Key West. ,. 'J, ( t1J. ;" .

,. UiVU. W. Allen must be placed .nomination by some The family is one of the most prominent .' *a FOB TAX ASSESSOR. - -, .... ....,. .
convention ot caucus or his name must and wealthy of the Island City. The friends pf E. L. White hereby .. .. .- '-' ..." ,; ,-.- :: -.
1 .A-ttorrxey: at :Xecvrl be presented to the Common Councilby announce him'u a candidate for the .j
s4'. j ,-rV ; a petition at least 25 citizen Mr,Oartbsldg is cashierof the Bank of office of Tax Assessor of Dade Comity . 'l
signed by
t' .
111 KBT FLS-, ",
5Va>rr .
r 1 *( TT Bay Biscay and.''one of .our most 4Z ,
** JV 4 II ,. s : voters; ::This must be done on or subject to the action of Democratic. ..' .
t !- *' rMt ? 'alt State and promising business men.. .
< /> Jn: the Conrte; before 20 days' before the city election, primary! \:. '
.The of invitation
...... i % t ., -,FederaL 1-9-tf. which- rill this year be OIl October 24.The. notes came "' '
4th of October: is the latest1 date tile parents of.Miss Carry,now.In New FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR. Is rapidly rging-t: ; ) tn e J tQn n I
J ,. York, where the family is passing the >>
.,t ")- .:' WILLIAM_ }, ("COTT ,1 i GORDON'K..BBOOK permissableJur name as a candidate a candidate for to file his summer as is their custom. _I hereby announce myself as al:candidate . ,, ' : . ;-' '_', .7- ; .:" ;' ,
city office. :
any for Tax and
County Assessor,
The wedding will be celebrated at :
f t / : _:SCOTT. ; &, ;:BROOME. .:'Messrs.; La lter &.BeckeS.two'gentlemen St. Thomas church, 'corner, of Fifth respectfully ask the support'of the vo- '

;,"' .*.t'Att?me rs-art-bear ....... from Bartow, have; taken pos- avenue and Fifty-third street, at 7. ters at tbe Democratic primaries to be The .ifijfling( CJ 1 i ill LS uJfi.fFqifd( a.;" -- :
eealonof'-the"large billiard. hall held throughout pt,2itb.
tRr''; 7 f: %'NOTARVpUBt.lum. OFFICE on o'clock'of Wednesday October fitb. .tbecouut1,8 _
; CC
\ Avenue D,:near 10th street, which was M.E._GKCBKB. '
The reception will take place at the '
\ ; ail State ani Federal Count. : ;
:r t WlIIJradJce: attended to.- erected by.Geo. Zap while?: the troops family home at:tf. 87 West Thirt)'- i < < ,- ;_ ; :r

L :vmca OTEK *AIB,OP BAY,BI8CAIAL. were here, and'will occupy it as .feed alxth street, from 8 to 11-p. m, of the. FOB COUNTY TREASURER : -. -

.' ;' t. ,tt.j1UJe-tI7-tf' .. : stable' -,:.Tbey :wIll' carry a" general same evening. ', I hereby announce myself as a candidate ,EYERYBOr. 'V'IS" GOING_ 'TOMIAMI: ,. :
"r. irJ stock of feed in bay and graln,and will Mr. Gartbside will, leave ,for New for County Treasurer*and respectfully -- ,- .,-
: :;: : also handle field and garden ,seeds'and Turk next week. The couple ask the support of the voters -" t
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: 1' : ) fertilizers.;' They are well-known gen: our citizens will be glad to knowwrnmate at the Democratic primaries be held Now is time, tb.Secure QtEt'! } . '.rQ either( f f.'L M-
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?.! : : tlemen,1n;:Bartow, and have, struck their future home in Miami at an throughout the county; Sept.'27th.. .
: l ; Miami as"oneof; the fields iin 'which early date after their marriage.Mr. ,.J E. Dimick. Busfness 6V redden. ke.; (Q ceto ." onsri :Th cif} 0 t 1yj:i FFo r.!

; ; i ..,: : .: there Js stair prospect of..succesa,:'and Garthsides many friends ate this -" 1- -- if f.- -., .E _" '-PF !."'\' . -
.4 eoAv, Y ua'and 13th trait, . in which the. J TaoPOLl81'lsbea.them, weer'callitfg; his attention to'tbe fact FOR COUNTY TREASURER. r' >.. 1r:: 'j1,
't AIt J,. t-: : 1.l.... ;VA* fft \ > -, -tlt ,success- ;._, i. _.:, that their .stock of cigars is,exhausted.. I)hereby announce myself asa, candidate '
....... ':"- :The Senatorial,, and .... -
;? p.\ o Ort''a
.., 'an.
i arty .left Monday:morning; for PalmBeachy ask the support of the votersat D'mDan : t
.. ""P l\I.p: :{. :?QDSP1it, Sunday was spent at'Cocoanut -T. O'NEAL flSH COMPANY- the Democratic primaries to be.heldthroughout ; ;
: .
,.. -Grove Senator Pasco who Is -
.. except ,
'. ;:.1-. '. .. """Dentist i To Commene the county. Sept.
Bnilnaas si
; 5 -. ): : "1{ c .t - an: inveterate burtb:attendant*;iBy Xlaai *J' J.. W..Comstock.BEPRESENTTIVE. -
:':::h. :' n.FJUini reed; i'ipee a1t the lira < 'remark *' Rory loos;, : ,' 011 -.BREILEYAfrant-
."" ,..,.., ,.. .;,: ._ ) way. parentbeais'Jet.us i f' i : ,9aU l ;. ;
"J. "" -4 received :
Letters have ,been within : >
'OI'l'ICE t that"a. littleJevent: occurred on the ;..FO .
1 "
;.',-'"- _A'1. j. : l ytr roW cimee.:6.J'.a.I : .- exc mon'8aturda1"wblcl1 was sometbingLbwommonaa : the past few .days.from; the James -:I hereby' .rannounce'myself as a can '" Forfc.Dallasiand GramilU Y. .;' lalIlI; .-J;,
Boston stating .. ,
.fromaprominent O'Neal Fish-Company A r.
;: ( .fHtj 'tHJI!" ; J.E. INO"'H'AM'P '
dictate for Representative to the.Lt i t '" :)
; When that they are about ready to com- r. .:. -4'1.' 't l .' '' .. politician. luncheon : islature r : *
( '1.- > ; from Dade County Fla:,, subject . : ''ft'1
y 4., "1. 'l.'',:$:; .DDDESTONi:M. .D. and bad before spread:'the aboard excursionists the"Biscayat had, mence are operations to be made at Miami with the Arrangements executors .to the, action'" of,the Democratic ,I10(-tf-Le-m. .Fort_! Sllas]} .1; dJQ.:,''Sfc. Aft g-4 8tJ' e '.

: ,. { }b primaries.! e; .. WM; I....MMOALF.FOR . *** *
j'v i 'flraduate Medical become seated, Senator Pasco stepped of, the estate of Mrs.'Julia D. - -t 4
i : : 'Coll Chlcaga.. forward and in a few appropriate words Tnttle whereby, the two .large buildings "' ;

,i ." ._">TC-, iRe.>" "idei' k.MIAMI Phyttelair, J IA.Hotel'Miami asked grace...I' k.f..t <. on the east side of Avenue D, near . REPRESENTATIVE announce 8 A HIGH <- RADE i: ; FEIiTjLEWT .
hereby -
the river will be moved the
; to ,riverfront "
> ? Offlw Jcoriief A.-'Doe C and 12th street. a very few days tbe Standard OilCompany.will
: Just east of Avenue D; Where to tbe voters of Dade county as acandidate
; -I7)rnCaFovea'-sattoICmandI2toap.m.: .tbe ,
work ,
: commence 1.: of I-IA.VE'
A -
l r ttt 9 p 17'i.isqtfT. delivering coal oil merchants,.from ,they will be arranged for:the.packing for. ...nomination- the ,. d. .' -t-; ; 1 _
l' -
: : r their .tank:. wagons. Their and shipping business of the company LZGISLATtfalt, subject to the' primary. ,-
election.W.. J. SHOSECocoanntGrovev' Q.lJ ALITY : '
: tank which have been' The Elm will go into the business on a J'I.lJTATJ9i N
they arranging '
Da ; ,
: large scale.; A number of bottom fish c
{ I5 9SM.I .
J : for
through theirrepresentatire W.B. "
t .:.. V :Ii
which exist in'thlsisection( '
'," "L ; t.: 7:, slclanandiSurgeon-} : : ;:" ,ff Jester tank holds is'about 850 barrels{ready and: for is so use.divided" -The will be dried in.plenty smoked and cured; and in l j. ,FOR*,' COUNTY ASSESSOR.. . _" The Ideal l Brands !I ave.:TJi ese.!? V :

: it
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< 4t' '\. this shape meet with 'a"'ready sale in Upon 1tbe 'urgent request of
"J many.
; that is used for coal oil and ;
; .f ';Offl., 5L 4 >' f'J. : ,--" ''; ': ': : as smoked halibut is nothing more than candidate for,re-nomination for the strictly high grade reliable f Fertili erjafjthe/fpl '
4 .S;'.- '. From ; at residence.OoeeaalitOrove., , to tbestorage.tank: which stands upon smoked bottom fish of some kind.:Kingfish office 'of; County. Assessor upon the IDEAL FRUIT ANDIDEAL VINE.-. . .- -Qff-.s. .*<* t,> niiwv* r
< H" ; ,,
; will -Mackerel ? ,. ,
; r tfsgiE., a strong ,brick.walls, _elgh ;-feetbigb.; Republican: ticket,feeling confidentthat POTATO MAfURp e t 7
> 1r=, will be cured,when .. The.tank. : wagons and gasoline tanks i 1'RGETABLR .. ;
IDEAL : .MANi1RS..w .
'f .
- not be ; .. $'IO'1'h1ft1I...
One.of the r. .
principal office wilt
stand the closest -
are filled from the:storege.. tank;, by IblfPect. scrutiny IPE'\L'FERTILIZE&ror'llI( er6p.> ..::....:. .f...; It'Tj'.ERTmf' '< J.' ,
; .
will '
FOR ;SALE: industry: be the canning Subject to the action of.the:Republican f >4 ....
: . J! gravity: \ IDEUB.OOIBO; E. :? 'poU ; 'i.: : > !'
II. ; .r"1.lUC'fON
r. ; : of,sardines which exist off this .county. convention.. : # ,-S :e r;.
< '; z The Democratic meeting of Saturdayevening coast in countless millions.. ,_.y_ ,.$ r ': \' <" > C. C.'HAIOHT; PECIAL-WmVKEIO.J. "Oc .: f i PIItTON: : :$}; :
addressed by Senltoraasoo' :This firm is one of tbe old,.and well- t: '. :West Palm Beach._ CORK FERTILIZER .."'f'r: '
Improved Brofierty. and Mallory, Congressman Davis'and All Fertilizer MaterFal a6Lowest: Market W
established firms ia the:::east. SThey] .e .-
:t ". 'A..G. Hartrjdge.was largely attended have spared no expense in'.sending an :"'" ,Ask for our book,.Why-W MakeTtba t P.'W.! :: s 1 -: TRN ACRES,all pmrtlallr laprored;' ;. by members, of both parties' Mad it expert ,fish:' man all the t from ; FOB; [REPRESENTATjiYE.. : ;
flvaeres: lid to citrus I n 1t-trees and 1 ; way Wilson & iTopmer ,
"t .' '-Bother,tree.,.well startedtogrowls; not been for a few remarks dropped by Charleston to New, Orleans, followingthe Being: chosenby the' Democratic Company! . : : .....
..t; \;:. Good six room booseweab tad bathhooe. '. Senator'Pasco and Congressman .Davis line of Atllnti'and coast cities alt Club( MJami precinct hereby an- c' ,,. ** -' ,. .. ;.
.: .,aupplied with:bath.well and on the: would not ") .TACK80NYIJ.lJE. .1j; .
:: question. .
.v-- : ; money : nounee candidate .f
; .'('latera -"ate'.; Gaodbsra,--Improred the way around.in'order.that'they: myself aa a Rep PiVa Foot Bl'1IbdmOl.d and Bon8o'$17 pr ton t ".'f' T, .
oot-boo-1 have been known'to' atranger who might.find : resentative. .the',Legislature from ''Damaraland OnaiK.tbe Ideal ; rt
...' ,kchkken-home- and other themoatpromising ; ) > :;o Souse FertilizerS'1.1. per ton. *> ti
fi Located 2'4 miles tooth-went of cocoa- might have: ba- bappe.ned.In.wbetber: After visiting'all the,Ocean .and Gulf Dade County,Florida, eublecttothe $ ; fJ v fj
L .. ,.ant Grove on Kond rod. .8I0000I house speakers were Democrats, or.Repub, cities this gentleman' returned,for asecond action.of the Democratic primaries.x, x- CHASE'S HARNEY 'r
E, "" .. .nee-orarterofratleiramptaee..Uood. J cans: :The lpeechewere.dellberate: : > , G :, r:1 1 15t7"ifLfaq \:
-- "" :" FaxDR.'won S Mosa : ;
nnel thborti od **\i< \ "i. time'to' Miami"toinvestigate :: >w; .
...: ?-. -. ..TltN-AnKES-a sires'ttitrna ,trait and treated malnI1on..tbe'newluue8wblch further,and upon the report which, be :: .H> MtAMIt'FLAiDELIVERYAND- ; -- ''o;,'.f ;.- . ;:, ..

.-", .' "'.' :lneaiweIlstart.d; two' arr. hammock' have arisen out of, tbe.war upon' made,,the firm, decided to.locate hereSaturday's /:,.. -- --.----'- --.. t -,r ,,. ,, ;< .. "': .,,-:..::.:...-.. .: .: !"
S inn eat down ready for tree .- Packltnr -
::.. *. which It is i- ULz rat Est Florida Nun rieRo"i:floe ;
known' what
not 'position
L . yet ... I RnI1 3I1mTtf".t;: : ;
: :
"Ie. Good well olwautr. Located . : ;
S ,
assortment of Bodied .
CitnuTrees .
J. 1, on oar
t i? -d-r >-'boat thrve ral.nte walk from acbnoK ,:wUloe _taken by' the National: ,, .. : : ;' .'.. stocks Early 1"4111ID.a04 Late v.rfetle .In* rRQMPrt.YAT'E; I? .TO. f .' jf.t; ; : J .
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-. .- -bonBeiun good road. ad ia_ good nelffbl Democratic,or,the National' ,Bepubli- ,' ; ;
: :. ,, -- ; zeafaian-pleb:;. .. eluding Sweet 8 rtUe Boone's Early. FlneftppU. '
"::'" can.'-party., Therefore, there, was not Jtffk,. HomuMtr TaD< f. \ : ,, r parttenlart apply td' _- -{ Avery pleasant part,spent; nearly -,,
"' : ;jF ; T&rdUr.Kom att. Baby, kind Grape I If"eE: :E"-R' Y'Dl ,
-{:- ':" ):; ::.' ."S.MORSE' much politics l in-She l 8eObes. the entire'' :day last Saturday'on an Fruit.* : Frleet$15_ to ro ani"o: .,r.-o. b.*.' ; : 1 I : A" I,: "' ...
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l' .;"' .l-t ti .The will of the late Jnlla D.;)Tuttle, excursion on the Bay,upon the steamer s .JLddreu-. '- +' .. ' './ '

.'t, .-,, i'1 ", othrP. ......Otfl ..itU_, *..t,1''lJ. -:. which had been In tbe possession of A; Biscayne, Captai piers.. The' part. , - ._ _.- -Drsytonlsland'Fis',' W.F.BEED' ; ":-::;_, Pre ll TArtesian( -Water used.: .?- :' ,.' i.,' :1",

55 :ar t .LA'N'G' .;' E. Kingsley since its execution in 18M, consisted of Senators Pasco: and S.B. 1-1.lm.-o: .sm (_' : .e; Address OJai1.rdera.LAI. .. RTlr ICE COMPANY.. _.: ? .
J..,. : .- A. 'F. 4,' > was opened and read last Saturday; ,.As MalloryCongressman RObt. W..Davii.Ifesdamea. liismi,'Flay or call.u>.person at'.warehonee, on Avenue D. .= -t_
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:. -.... : 'aCOCOdNCT; GBOVJFU. the executors have ,' SNAKE CREEK LAND FOR, SALE 5-17-lm-r 4.1' -/ : : . ..
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. n qualified yet Forrest Xake 8. Graham _
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155 *- : . .- . : : ,, . yefoecome public,pro rty. ;W 4earnboweverthat : Jennie 4 Hard witch'and Kittle He :>fu' High Pralrk", > ;r _: ):: THE, NEW "'PLATIRO .S1 Y Ea' .. #
fits Anna
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some of its provisions areas Dona1d/ t8ItS;J..A. McDonald J.B.
,'.Xf'V, .:' OHlIROIO'JrrE ;;i follows:' .-Slags le1-of: Miami Rem ,F. S. : 'This 'TWlrle" had Is nearlf"ail' 61rhenough P"ll""O'"T"[ 'f'0'8' ,< :: -
; : ,i : MorseA.G.Banridge, for ealtlT Oon without dnttatee and 1. ': Erilargin:' i-rint.YpeS: ,;
.. T :R- and Wm. H/DeVTittfof.' Oluela d;()., E:W,.Peabody,W.S. Graham Forrest very rtelu Th.Riga pin Und.in A tiDe bull slag : ; y : "
_..... X,1 r ". - were appointed adminftratora to close Lake,'C..H. Bradley, Capt. E. E.:YailandsW.M.1'estberly SPOt, and qalttt free 01 rock. One mil Ir a : LK; Js'J l t 1r s'fiu'sbiJd.l! Ji1 .all, :>
depot office and-.ehoolhouse.
pact ; .
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..O terse years eprlnee. __. ,! . . up the\estate and were to be continued = _.;,The steam e1- aD tarsi call OR or. addsne '. ': I " : I -' dttttx.at 11.
-<: -T+ .;* -' 'UetropolU Bofldlnx,JUt.mL SO jeaitt u trustees to manage its At. left the dockabout',t:30 and steaming a 4- ;, :: Do". RaozaVdn.oraea ? :, : __ ; .>.t w. !'JrJfni q' U P'2 :
U _p ridkaK'.n.annnltr' life of south .rounded gape Florida and 1S -5' ilk street mod AT tkae B,' : oNE : '
FaIi&ockotsmpIuotiULafadW.syes. ; passed -: FRED'BA'ND'SGAYLERY AviNUi' o/ "iOCKWUT OV' .
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";;< AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS about loose and now !III the-accepted miles northwest of Miami, I ia':being MIAMIOYOIO.i :

.. *""ft :"Hv ;vveLike I time to make cartidge ballots i thickly Bettled with families*, is the I .. '>.. ,ccuu
:-<',.\ <; JAMES A. PUIS. time for the. school'If directors to'pay. as :. T110MrsOlf.-Pr r"prIIrcor; l'; ---

. f: '< friendly! call .".6...
SB." UEOJII We haven't communicated with
.*,>.; : to talk ere this on, account' urgent business,
Did those white Bemuda
< COCOANUT OROVC COCOA1UTLThe you see but will attempt to keep posted in
: onion sets at the post office In Cocoanut '- .
Cocoanut drove library shelves the future! / 7
Grove They will be followed shortlyby
K''fv were enriched this week by the gift of some of the' celebrated JPearl seta. Last Saturday lie Nell.began harrowing -'
r ,,i. -- SHOES one of Harper & Brothers' new books, Eggplant and pepper seed are still be- :his thirty acre.farm., Iiti1Alt' JrI

< v'1.,1 called "China in Transformation," by ing planted. Tomato seed still going '

: rr : : Archibald R. Colqaboon.The volume Into, the ground lively.V. .' t BISCAYNE'.ECHOES-
t' ( : I was presented by Mr. and_Mrs. J.B.' D.Albury bought seed.two' weeks The sudden death of Mrs. Julia D.
Hammond, who spend their winters on Tattle was a great [shock to this section , I

. :(it: f' Tliat's, our business, ,and the' iubjct-.with the Bay in tbeir yacht,", 'I'be Lounger.'* ago the Keys.and planted Tbedrop on.his their pla ,seed,.down flrt.behili ,on where she' was as well known al at j ';; ,

.ii' ,... ;_ :., which! we are familiar. Out'' ,prices will Mr.number Uammoid books has to the already library,given including a- transplant.down there He in,said the field' and do not great Miami.business:Mrs.Tuttle.wa and executive* a-iwomanOf ability Kinds of' Whee 'rT A "., .:'::.
4 _!" .' a fall set of "The British Poefe." came up and was Infatbtorof all that baa .
;:, ', *:-tell you how much we J know, about ourbusiness. Mrs.. Hammond is a member of the finely, but the grasshopper suddenlyput caused the'great improvements. madein For :SaIe1or ;Rerifc: ; ,
in in hours .
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and much it. appearance, during the ;! ..
in tbeBIsmynejlay'sect1on
library : 'interested '. e
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.t. J'F atetbelast one ,Yesterday be b uKht''morr .
-J-i.: This last book is not likely to be a'l past two years. ,She .was'prosecuting &en>> f--4- ... ,
seed and said he would <
\ ,, '.I l' < . 'Ve are offering! good values, throughout, popular: /book? :although Harper1! : and sensible. try again.- several enterprises 'In" this. immediate '= '- 4.n"--P";. ;t,
: WeeklyVdf.I .*fc week gives a 'nearly. Plucky neighborhood the, Success 'ofwhich ;; c- z' .I
,::a: ", t -' ," 1but especially in- Tan Goods. ; Take, five'mfnutes two-coltipm Review' (editorial),'of the Jackson' Peacock,,Jr., his 'taken' ,up : meant a great deal f6Y this section j and I .t -- : }r, 'I

-":, '.",,,, t 'stock. book,in which it says that it i Is "full of hip abode on the' homestead'he purchased we shall deeply feel her loss:not"only) : .- --- "-'m'' ,.
k; : ,. ;. examine our ; of John A. Macdonald :while CI'2. "
f information on China and from which ; asa generous and"helpfulvfriend.' but :- jCJ'W :-, ;:" ;
better than from any other book one his Beautiful Bay front residence has of one' who had the-means and'' :the .p _:; -I
1: : BROS. may.learn the vast importance this been rented to Arthur Baylor Who has intention to bring'portion of Dade .. ; '-a'q '
.;; ._ !,' ..- ,, new.Eastern question, and the character moVed his family and household"' goods county'"prominently;' forward as.a; 1 '- ,G -#' ;4
.. \100(. .the resources the capabilities of in. They have one of the most charming mOSt desirable 'pointfor. Intendingeettle .. - ,> 4
'MEJOIJA'NTS. ArcadB' Building' China and the'Chinese." Thc|'author situations the Bay v s., -1.; ..., ' t'n.: .:t

,, A '" < .- 5171yhsiwzc was' the .....,lal, correspondent of. the pt.I'leteber Albury recently tooka ,.MM'P. Page Wibon" r"Jv'- : London Times and au explorer; ,of schooner load up tbe'B r'of7.000 Iris left, Montreal( Canada'off'Wednesday ;'::I
';. '-' China for :' 'from his ;0.' .
; _' -- ' .1.1'T' many years. pineapple slip They were morning's *train to:remain -
w '. l ". :\, Mr. and Mrs. Peacock were made plantation on the.Ke js aDd!Were'sold with her-parents until-?Mr. Wilson -t. :
) c" : 'B-S* and : for $-I per thousand. Parties!needing have =' ; .' ,
; 1' : proud happy gain on'the 16th, shall found suitable)location in
; - Blip stonldgive, pine their ..... -. .1-i;:, '.r:',?f :--t.'f
; \ by the arrival of another-grandson in Porto. Rico. Mr. Wilson leaveffrfonSan : ,f.t'!
: "'- ;.. r ,..y,., r- the family of,their son, Mr. Charles orders and be will "leth
..iistmed) "Waten_ r, ; < _9 4ersProJllptly Filled. John Peacock.The little fellow la a .they are d@livered.The,"Capti.lnland prospecting intending.to'locate( .-
bouncer. bis father'made monelwt season' from' and make a, ,home ,somewhere ,"on.,the ,:Done. "J. .'
''' their piheaples.; : "lalAnd.. 'Their n\anj'.warmIY, 'attached __
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Senatorial the
L Miami_ lee.
; -p-r" ':" Pa Representative )a4ls and.Miss quarantine betwaen here and Key West anti sincerely hope that all their hopes' --. ::: :
.;' : Davis,.also Messr [one and otbe...'did has been rafaeL Captain Gibson came and pleasant expectations as to a home : 'i t ; : ;' : ..:. ,/ ,- -
-- -- not think ,their trip complete until I into port with a'schooner load of $00 in our newly ..acquired territory may. :". ---

..... they had visited Mr. Kirk'Monroe,and I barrels of stable manure H.H. 'Greg bemoretban realized f ."
; .. seen and drank from tb+. beautiful I Ofr lODe of lut-yea"a-most successful .Work will begin at once on the new' :Hotel: l T TCoiid1jy

Jr'F': lW''B' spring,on Mr. Munroe'S'place; They I gardeners bought:-tbe--wboleload; pay schoolhouse for this .,.district .the ,
: i I'n'; : were delighted; with all they saw at the I ing 50 cents-'a' barrel for It. Heretofore det.-dtito, the land hayiog.been made -

lI Grove,- and said rightly "that several I 40 and 45 cents has been the price, out and tirrnd over,to the school board :i

.. : .. ,', ; days would be nonetoo, little in which I Ito but increased. demand, 'has..caused- ,it ,togo Mr.:Ed Ingalls has the:,building/ :
; f''Jf : -- !' :t } ----- --- -- 'see places of interest. .Especially I up. tract. MIlS Obencbalra, a moncbarllli t0 t-
.. 1'. with the Our bid-time friend and citizen W. i Ing l instructress :
t I w@nr..tbey pleased royal I ,. young tadlland competent :
,.;. . ,'- ','J. .. palms and great'bamboos.on- Commodore I H. Hobns, i is back among us again and will pnlle'as( teacher ., The residents i ;
. Ralph Munroe's grounds. and his I says he thinks,he_will stay. ."We understand of the district, intend clearingthe
ItL; ":BBIIiDE'R': : .allIgator pear'' trees, which 'are the I .be has some carpenter work to do school lot tborougnty;'-planting
: ) ' ,. largest and oldest on the Bay 'The I for C pL JIaden. MrtJH,.is north,bat trees, flowers, etc, to make: it pleasant
' ;:' I party did not have time to see half, no, I will be back in two or three weeks., and'.attractive for the children '" ) .- ,

-', ', / __ ____ or A quarter of.what would have Interested I 'The Presbyterians$ will'hold servicesat .Meaars.. Robert' and 'John 'Don b1t .W ; : p HtTNTINGTOIf, ,' ; :

:., ->0 them, and it la a pity that such apart I I the':M.E. Church Saturday;,aft r- have returned from theirJujlMJay-aifd: . :>Og .Propiietor. ; -{ r'r: '
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; ,,; \ i fy.yifyhfl. CfiindnT'l.t visjlJ.ilbA meitEiNorth CafoTTna. ..... -: .:" ,:ro, :' r
.:'- .1't': : . --I----T -. ; -.- Time enough. They" were royally. 7. Communion Sunday mornings ; .-',They.report having'bad a most moat; '' -
Located the
""--> ,.. < entertained at the Peacock Inn by Mr. ,On.the' 19th' the 'schoouerHthi delightful time, but;;that there .is'.no pleaaan, .",,'pUo..'* In.
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; # and -Mrs. Peacock and Mr.. Ewan; and like after alL thecity : !.Y :t'rPnr.jltaie4
'- > 14 'FredK: S' ; r e. : Bro h n".loadE'd aV .tons of coontie place. BIscayne,Bay :
weal 11) hope'they can come again and starch from'.W.'W.Culbertsbn'g wharf Eggplants and are ,being i ,, ,,' -
> ' : peppers ; : 'A-" :- t
1'1 'J. : stay longer.Mr. .for'.shipment TCeyWest. {'It was rapidly I transplanted these days ,and :rraio ruIifloraverT : '
:: : .MQne. who visited the Grove 1. bought a/gentleman ,IniKey West are lookiAg fine. Considerable: okra .J purpcaitbmugbout th*hoULfsoe.to.Bi ->; :- .

:: {... ....... , .ES1TATE with the senatorial! party, never,looked from citizens In'the vicinity of the is being plan ted. Our main Cl'oliiII / ., ,!,1r '-, . ,,,
ri, t. better If the-women of '
younger. Grove. and beougbt.about 8J to 4 cents as.usual,be tomatoes and, will be set
., .;"" : the'Bayk old 'and, young, had the casting -, pet pound; leaving fewhundred dollars for, an early crop. -' *
vote,there would be.no doubt about, r in the nands of' our bard'workers

; .' 'Miarn'j! :Dtde: ; flo.;_ :Floida. Mr.'Morse's. election COCOANUTS.PINI and Parties best citizens.having ;eggplant--- 'pepper,.r
::4 4., ;; .. ;-: ,, : .- . , '. .' ." tomato plants for.sale byl leaving word The fine rains we;:are having. , ,' ... ,.'
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at CocoanuCGrove postoffice will-prob now almost.'dAn, are making the late -
'AGENTFORLANDSOF: : -- ; \ Successor.toK.;
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. . ' ably find sale for' them. Pine'keeps a set orange trees put otut.:fine,growth.Mr. '-. '
": : ...,, ..., ;' -: Allow, me to call :your- attention to list on band without: cost."=to, buyer. or :; .*John Cannon of tDeLand,' Wholesale and Retail Dealer in II' !
": '(. ..FlondaEastrCoast..' "RailwayFlorida ,OO i"'" the 'necessity of registering and'pay.. seller. represents the Mapea'.Fertilizer Company 'Florida: and: :-Western.: ; -3
-- ing poll taies.Vl am not alluding now v .. ..... '
:-:, .- r And, now bur county. fathers are paid:a tlsltto this i i settlement "- i'
t Coast;:Line; Canal"and, ''rrans: 09.., I Ii to antbiDgeonnected."- ,t8'more"with: our,certainthanthe countyelection. doing a'good Job in repairing the rock yesterday. The writer has an acquaint : ;.

Q8ton's.nd Florida: ( 'Atlantic l ,Coast Land .Co. : .fact;Nothing' that next! IVld..bet)' n r1llaD I,. and '.this plac tance:of,some' twenty-five years with MEATh t' :
; early: ;
.flr is-a ., r" ; : there willbe removal of.the countysite year ,The chuck-holes being filledup Mr Cannon. We i know:"him ,to be a ,
I- with loose rock and then pounded down hustler,',;and .knoW.tlie.'Mapes' , ,
,and by common consent it appearsto with a heavy D maul. That JaJright, manures ;to be 4ItrlctlTff1rst-das& in ; ; :
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be granted that ,either Miami
4 West,}j.Palm ':;Sea b-,_ will be: '.'choaeti or. gentlemen! ; ;' a.* stitch: in time:. save, every particular, Living--been's constant - ;,ArrnoaEsDrie1t: ,.. <1-
nlne.i '- .of:thesef ertllizers for thepasttwent.ftveyear "
\ i'K; user PIgs"ret-Jersey. Matter
There will be DO politics in this mVs !
It will,be section against: the' : Vfe counted r fifteen horses:and.wag- ,. ;., ; .
i ij4rOCCrieS ure one .. .'and'Fres1gp; : ..
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ELBrady&Co. other., 'Now,\'suppose our,section lets ,ons hitched posts,all at one time in 'Mr.Chas.Wttkint andWa lrire-: : OBDERSPBOMPTLTPILLZD.t47bJa.m.tS .

opportunity to'regist4r.'sUpby thevicIntyof.the' postofflce.: :Pretty turned;from their visit to the keys yesterday ..; '.. ,;, .!.'.
without takingtfall advantage oft it, -foracomwunity.wher'afew!i : ,. /]Charley sayfthey bad a splendid -: -__< _! -
and tlJe.otlef'; fellows; find, oat'our years ago a.\horse:. ;was, rarit1.\,'.;?< time-'and enjoyed "the 'trip.'Immensely ' . '. -' < ..:= '; :- .r -: :'
Grain Hap Garden Seed, weakness how.are we. going' to:/'belpcunel'elt There is universal ;complaint among .. ., | (I- 7; *' _, S.., y. RICHJVljDNp I. .
*, *> ,>. ,- -Ws ' ;The:' writer has::'passed gardeners'and..;truck,,.',of the preva ? The Wiggin grove is onelf the pret. ; ,

through several county',seat.election preva.ience'bfineecv.lIfeLong1Jiotd.ry ; : ; i tiestrin ,this, section. "-Mr. Wiggin :EEAIi,ESTATE,.
MIAMIAOENTRAPERflLIZERa flghta.vTbeyjwere bl Ue ,.a da seems, to have brought;them : informs the writer that' he,/contemplates - - - -

1 i ;-__ -- ; tremendous. amount..of::energy'andmoney : << forth in Innumerable swarms whose returning to the Ridge early CUTLERDADECOFLA.' .'
-. was. spent.;.* To show bow little chief.delight appearsto beto:-attack; this fall and will bring with,him other > .
(4- We call sbe.uentionotme people of B T Bl erne to bii|>nnck Of Staple.tfcmnd I figure politics will cut in the case-;.the : and devour. the-'young and .tender parties who will invest in lands' and
Fruit and Food Produt of ill kinds filio
-: : **.OralnH VtBcrOrocerlct y,Bran,Cotton Seed U alrQmun
pc : i.i: bout'on :Bar BiseayM deaUnx ezcloslrelr In the tbOTd' State established',:'by,;the >ote'of. 200 All who are lucky enough to.tave more anxious. to' see that"the"people intend Fla:C ri.PerlinsnllID R.lt
1theI jooZWe buy close and will sell close. We l&rlto jour correspond- negroesgathered :from,,all,over the plants than they need 'for theirown : to make orange grovesbut in' the -
yeqwir L BRADY & CO State, and_'givenwork in th, vicinity crops wilt,no'doubt find,ready, -sale. for1 meantime we are partial to 1"tb Bldgeaadw9old.'Uke".r.o New;Kortheni-TiaridJi? -=-Mi'Una udl *
; of .tbe'.present':?coonty' cite 'for ;six i them, if ; '*"*: ':(IN '; have; J it keep right . '
: .i P1orii Trii Lin :
: t1 months and more previous .election, __ , - ahead-just a little ahead,of any other : ; .
thus giving them resideucelongenoughto "'l' ; l'' ''; settlement In\Dade count,'.: -. 7UM,Tail* In Xtt!* AIT f,list.:

." y-i" ,.. -' .', .....;.". - '.. make,"voters of:,them; and by tbeir IAI&PATTAflPRAIRIE! .1";: .: .WiACook; ; 'Is 'bu1r'i setting out 2to33NoSa| k JWRTHEHX.__ N *&jNon.OafljDafly.
',.7rS1'.i"}l"'). ::' : ... aid both the'white and colored vote'ia \ ErV;long this fbeautfurprairie: will groves"for ;Mri A.L: ; Hoffman,, L,W. Dally Dally : FUtliT '
-'1 .f,. ,4W! YORAKERY2th the other parts of the county was:outvoted . transformedfront': ;: wild picturesque Pierce and'-others :The] late set trees *0* flOp Lr.3aCk.OOY1UeAr S _
:>o<.,t.- .. . ;...:<',''1-, and the ,present county: 'site :'place>,into one of the most feN. ;: are looking)fiue.:; ,If you !:contempl&te 542a 191915p ...r .Yutee.- s oa520m S4Q
.: l. : tieeh WSt.Ot Paeaeuger'fljpot .--f'' established. This,voting was'arranged tile garden spq s Florida. '*': .r -7 making, 'an:'orange-,grove tin, this ',*a $ Ar..Terand1aa..tv 756a Imp:

; : ';' 4. : J -.- and engineered by a prominent mo- : ,:M r. J1.' 1y-. Johnston:anrf: family'l have section of the country it would be wellto iOOpiioip ...Brunswick.-- .!. ..
"!) ( 'h: crat of the State who 'was at bne time'chairman" Just! beenInst.ailed in 'their( residence ; call on :K -.'Cook' 'for* figures' ,for lilop ----.es.annah..e s1j A
( .. I "!i"-v : : of.-:tbe.:,State-:-,Democratic on theAIapattah.Farm- and Mr clearing -Jand.,sttting orange''trees, .ise 12 'hasp 15caAr-.FaIrtazS.QLv Lv.vanuh.Ar 5 MaStia 4p'p ,

: ( 'lie, :) I n 1"1"f'): Committed,and Is now one of the most "-Jo Johnson now hard at;work preparing -.eta. ;:Hia postolflce... -addrpss' Iit.ernonCItyFlae.7 . 25p24 .Denmark 154a$34pp&Do..AugnstaoL
"::.' f--:...:. k ., .. .' I ..Rome-Made, : prominent? Democratic' politicians :In for a large planting. .""- ,'r ': -li' .::* .;. ; a-
. ....... ... ( the'State Buthe 4ml Columbia;8.(V" 1947anSfi55P ,
'i . ,;:} -J ;..,"- tGra"--; J "'! ; was smart-enough. '::.llri.H.. Wiapadgett",has-, ust' rom. i' Mr:Jerry PinSer left for Key West '_;. .. 1125* j Spaitantarg .' ':...' -
,: .' ; J' and sharp enoughtowork! the ?
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\J ; game '' "
ft. if-'t-' ; pleted his Chouse:'and will now devote Wednesday.. Mr. Pinder likes .the -... I4p.AhvtUeN.C. *O6p..,...,
'".. '.1:' ?,.", : I edd "DeliT8retFree'tdan., ( ,.. T' -par'Mo'r \ott.,n.,. 'OJ. ..... know Now/then not:.how Keep.much. your if, eyes any feeligts open;; fl1: his attention,;, _to planting.-j : ',l'L: .? : !*lt,,water;and will 'perfiaps:Hre' onaome 'Slip,35pl047a1043pl21Op 9 iSa -,"CiitlOttCf aitbuat- "'' 10 S p 1 817 SS.*-

'.q ..Eyerythlng ftrSi. iaa..-. Specialtyoftr..heinfectlonii being shown in any part of the county! ;Me sirf.. )T.E. Canora and 'Jno. J. or the keys" ,.between here" ,and. 'Greensboro' IJOp TOB* J

.aDd" 1ie.iia and'Browq.Bread'-- .' Sunday' -morniI. '., :Picnitr Even ifJt exists they,would be apt to Jones;'who,are planting'together] this Key,4'.e WestAd / nsip163a siiai 5cp iaoj> 'DanvtfleVs.107.klctmond.1 tSOOB I ec* '-

-I-, .f..... and. -.tnrnib.4on--. --". '. ahrt": notice.., . ' ,'. remain quiet, knowing: that""after we season are,'expecting' 'large :returns.- ". :LIHTOli.WGIO. 5p Lynehburg, ". S55JUp 35srs ,
bad let ,the, time'to register it for their labor;'' -: ?: '. 1i | Us Cr-4.v"- lBSa
.f} 'MRS ADAM.;MAYER ..Proprietor'Eemb.r run by a 4-ia ** Washington.; '* 1,ISa 1O43s
.ft, r <" , ,. would be too Jatff then forusto: kick -'i Qoite I 'a'nhmber of-.strange faces' and ". entertainment Iwasigiven[ the: 800a lfS5p M..Baltimore....-" a 42a S alp-
I dthjer. evsryuitiig.free'otibarge.. Etmember the pLice,_l2tb Stre.tJ.gt.wetiflE they could.easily count noses then and vehicles hale visited pursectionjwithin' achoolbouseiVednesay: evening Sep- WI6ap 5i6 M Jhflldeipbla. .' 7 ana 5559 '
f d.pot. ascertain; lcb end of the bad the week' % tember 14th by the{young ladies of Ia ewYork..,, "" TOta --
county past .f : J Lin }' a Jp_ -c.;;.Bastnu. "- ,,
ton the ice
After entertainment
the maJorltn:and don't it '
' ,r' 10u'torget ; 'Messrs.',Hook tBros., have; sejt-- outqalt' ndcabwere-eened.. S QIMI S Mp Lv. Jcksouvlfl..Ar S at o- '
: ; if they. know that,they hold tbd long v a 'number,,of' pIantsandbayethalrandse1lUndercuILatIon.L cream Music by W18a745p *00p Ar..ETerptt.-.i tvA 880
E' AWAD DELL end of the lever,'Miami will not be the .- Mrs; Sterling' Mis* Bhrkmer'and'' lit* II* **... AtlantA r L** HUofftsQailpaTiK

,. ,. : .J ._ county. site, for, teto -'Jt&rs"more' wlll'start tie:Miss EtbelSterlkix; 'reltatrollS ;4 oat S4' ' ...cbaua.oosau.Oinelnna&i.saj: 7PI1ea1P....
:Ueut.YE. 730p
1' i City and j... least. ..Miami'interest the'! interest ; T.Smith '- setting"" tbe chUdreQ;',a 'ilantumhneby-liisse, : -
: OUD, "; of,*1J the county south other and half out plants.next Monday. :: :: Florence:;Ina' Blackmi-r' 'and ..MinnieLymanVnd No:.u teaveslaeksonWe
; : iMr.Irvin and family moved on Tuesd 'three.'drills a\loll drill by lee si m9 |P*IO*.,JT viaaAuvsvm SSI G.ao BM a 'Zver-'
wayjjpthe county line north of her. ; ett at 7:45 and amvt*Brunswick at i: >p.m.CSSvNo .
1Estate.\ ]BureTauI Money will .have' to be:and will be y,last to Cape Sable., : :'A---::; two Jitde' ,girla;.a drill.bjr! :four girl; -saarrives at Krettt atlf arm. -

spent to build a court bo ae. Each one Orf Tuesday! Mr. E;A, Padgett came and a ffag4r'll byalnbe children com- leaves Fernandina Li&..a. arrives Yak ssi. .
at eksooTUla at 5 HOa.B
k J "': .. a.iu.snd arrives
.-.- ;: : ( :' :- ' ."-" of .the county.officers:"willmove into 'to loot 'over-"his' }land; and 'statedJewoalg | .1etedthprogram. t: T :. Ko3U JSv z and-W make eonmetloiw for
'AeectIiat, of:By-Biaeayne property, L'itTLOt: Ernii M': ,' the.;city ud';{Dost'of; them:build! residences l cotatpehcework'on the, .first._ :, 'The young) iJadies wboThad 'charge Brunskkarrtvlug&wiswkk 4jVp.-nv( and: +'- -
:Ya !.tactm?1 iimzee for juyeatanents.f ., - -: ....< ,-and besides the convenience of of the program': ;and who acted.as.wafuressea 8:40 p4 m.respectively. -for New Oneaaa train '
.. Lumber: Is now ground forMn. feaveaJaeksoovOla t:4Sam.wtta tUrouga steepen -,'
; being/but a,few: ,milea and hours from tf or J the "social, w re Misses .3.
Orleans -
Hew a.-.aw--Only
arrivtiiK -
Phos J BBattauewreaidence Dame -
,rand .Orange f Grove: : Lands) ,on WesL Coast. the county"site.- :The..money' spent'in' ; RachelTayior$ ,'Erne,Tucker:FloVence through sleeper llm. Arrives -JaekaoayUta
. Rumor Jiaa J it, be, !ia .soon become a
,- ' d -' lllackmer'Ina ,BlaekmertkDd',Minnie from New Orleans 5:52: p.n;; -
-. -', "" -e For COFTSPQGdfl eflC1O county dlstricQcourtstbejnonqspent ] ; Benedict; ; :' ..: ' ' -'- '
b !r: '- : 5tamIie ''! : : -az.zxno caznwzct.-,,
at ,.hotels and L3man i' ... 1: :
1, t 'if ---.AGENT' --FOR----' ______. : .' '. boardinghouses ,c.: Our industrious. .alrr.ma. ,'1fr; Louiseekeri i iJl : .,;0/ "No4.'J5 and tt FastrMall,-fikftpcrs betwwn"
?:' ." RMO 'R : glvlflg _a larger and, better although' he.drives to town The MiTRnpous 1 up to'date'in'-:theexecution KewYrkand Jakwavlfle and tbeClnelanatl..
: .I :r CO. ", 'AIROTR.W1r4DMiLS1. market for all products of the soil? the ' Sleeper yiaAsbeYllle; -., -'*. .*..->
-r"--. Ohic ilL .:: .; ,t ;,. : lawyers: ,and.'.attorneys that..always twice. everyday to ,dispose.of his milk; ... .or'J b.prJ dng..t' , Koa.t)amid carry Through Sleepers between
.AC.T.rtiliz.rt, 'Cbioaar-DL. -
g ;
( ; than, 4.
work other
does. more, any man Jacksonville and New York intoiweetiao wits -
r' ..
A r '_ _'_ cluster around .the.'countJ',\.llte'andbuild ? hie. He hat ;Yor.Su1e: ::, ; 8. is,7 and U with PuUmanr fepers Utweea'
D : i on tbfpr V .recently,.addeda' '
: .
: overz :MIAMI : ; : homes aDd -
: "thus lncreasetraffic -
;lr ; :ttA< ..fi30.o JaeksosvUl.sudT1nipa. / T
fine itchen bis,residence and ,is BigbgradeJerseycow. I
I ; !, all these and many other"things make ;. to : .- -No.M carries the CJn lBi tl aaid Florida''Un .,, '
'I barn for his ;' ---'t ,i '-" ': -E. Mor AeksotavUto
now.building.a large cowsMr. ,-i AT,' ited. Xhts is brwrht to by Nfc aa.
it a prize worth striving for it ; '
: ;! See to .: Becker- will! also, :eultivatefive;; : , !LemoQ ClrSla..l..2tici . '. -a.-o12eDoNgLL.oeuFuL'Aat- -
& .MAX.AU.SCHW1TZ thenthat; ,every? citizen'entitled:[ to a ." i. J.B Ali.11A1Tle.Agt..5W.B1y8treI ,
acres in tomatoes, -t.! ;:;; Y--.vr- I JaeksonrlUr.' '
r i vote;no.matter as polities'or: color ;- - -
., .. :- -
'" number of old bachelort
"" ;of akin,Ja ,registered:and qualified tovote. Quite;ra: are .NTBD'-8BVBit JUlmvORTBY
; : .', Do. ""notJdeceive :yourselves.t7nle ." hauling: lumber;. out, here., ?Wonder: W penon In this ito to maisge bur bad- -- --
& JEW.EDBRit .. '
': J Ji.: : ..: > >we"pat! ;; ttnpv such8 a .show ;pf': what it means., a..IRlh"oWa*.!& v ork sflQn eoadncted.an> at e&n&Hca-1 bbv--,1'*'.IsBalBl 'If you like thi1Ezriorp. s 'thelray '

.. ,:' .-- :- -' :...- -- 5 : L ...:-: :\: :: ,/ :_ ." strength that opposition.will. be'hopelew -r '? jThei'sinilingi: : faces'of;' ,Hoi .Jno..'IL WO .'T..r'and expciut...diaoite.oaaode rTstralgbt .. you see it to-day.send us .$f.o for a- J
A D, j# : _... ,';Dade county .will'see one of thi Reilly;mayor of M1amirand.Mr.McDonaIdwereseenIu ;: ); ,no more,o leas ial rr 'f; : Behrence&ZseIu.selt.ddies.ed: : '"-Dl
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