Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: September 30, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00629
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
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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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.- 1>L VOL. 5NO. 21 MIAMI, DADE COUNTY FLORIDA, (&3ft2&> ) FRIDAY :SEPTEMBER 80/: 4189:8. .': Jii: 1 ra :PBICE" '5' :CENTER r
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For price on Wire Netting and Poultry sap I ,.... p ..;;,'" '

,AND STILL THEY COME! I MIAMI MINC: MKAr. I II pllee Ormond of TU.HI' kinds addm- ?X; W.f ltM A )den.ct T .:):E J ;- .:' I$. :, :

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Dr. 'W. 8. Graham returned :<" '
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., L Many Minor Miscellaneous Miami Matters will leave Sunday for Philadelphia night. The next Doctor,week ", ," '" ' ; &]'" "!' :',

7 (:f' Modestly bleutioue&w winter.T.to bring. his family to Miami for the ;'I'' [).E: : : 1\:; 'I:: '

Another Extra Special Sale "
; If you want Eggs ALL the time buy a trio of J. West of Modelo has 22 acres ;;: : : ;
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or Red Letter Day my; White Leghorn :For prices addreM R. W. r n r r y
\ "- Amidcn. Ormond. FU. 5-hHMiMi thoroughly irrigated in' the Tiger Tail : ..1. .. ; '
hammock, just across the prairie westof .
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Dr. Dodson i is spending a week or ten .

days in Titusville doing dental work. Modelo. He reports everything Leaders,;of aLow.:Prjces, : i : : F
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atSTORE County Judge Heyser is recovering flourishing. > 'will. ,on ,. '" .. -. h. .'. .:;,;'.., ,-"t'. I..P.-'r h
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The'Sn'RPRISE Mr.and Mr. E.ln'. Douglas are now ,, 'f : ,. -: f, . 4"1-
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Palm Beach. occupying newly purchased homeat a.:, .. "v. '\,: t ,; .f-. ., '. .lj.1 .
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Buena Vista and in "{
are very happy : : ;" '
Although slowly improving, H. T. f :
their first efforts In the' realities, of r...
whaler( the jeweler, i is still very sick ; .', : ""
at the Miami. housekeeping. a .. : ; lzt
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1 resident'' 'At. the Presbyterian pavilion next, : "' t .
S. Booth, another old of MOlidfty; ,QctiierJContinue' ''t-1 1f
'1' .Sunday at 11 a. m. and 730 m.- ,
p. regular
: is in the aTnfc
tartow, city prospecting _
visiting friends. .< services: will, be; conducted by the ; : ; >/ ;: :
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pastor. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. A :
J; 11. Vereen will open his restaurant : .
1 O ti 3 1898kThe cordial welcome to all. ... ,
f !I.onday : : in the Arcade building'for business C. G. eatherly, the junior- partnerin '.., i< '" .' '\ ;- '

; i to-morrow. the MtTBOrotis, has shipped Ijis their'"gf; and! ':.sale:l-and. .place:before, thepublici ,
; . Will Thomas will, arrive home from
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printing outfit to '
newspaper job such bargains ads ll
agliheyihaveynever; : V
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several weeks' Jacksonville
stay :
m Miami, and wIll soon leave, Detroit for 4 ** mf' ji *- J l* "xr/: ? V-ls
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[ < early next week. "" -- offered them .before.' $elow, are' a: few 'of :the v _, .
; ";, ,: ... Miami via New York. '. r' r. (, '. r .._ .
Decorum,, respectability and good r ;
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'J t < 4 t S. Belcher bottles, all kinds of soft
: .. ",: ,; "Whole ,store is' full of T .nptattons,- at work the main features at the Up-to- drinks from pure gain water at his ,_ 11'. ';. .' ( :" -! \ 'J '

:; ..+.,'t: Vf; unnaturally: 'low prices.: New: goods are',beginnirig e Date Barber Shop. 6.10-4t-ycl works oil avenue D.| Buy pure drinks 1

'"a .. "' to arrive. which makes the store attractive Henry Anthony ha been inCtbclt.l made. from_pure water. 6 20-tf-ycl Many BagaillsWellave: /: : for Y nr

.. v again this week eug g>n4sjceeping np The Agricultural Society,last Saiur.jjj ; 1
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; ;. political "- extended a vote of -toKtoft, :, .r '. '" .
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: ; ... E. B. Douglas is in Tampa this host'4'hloDTp3o"ir'Or-Che HoteTSTiami for '
; week' During his absence F. C. Fickle the free use of the casino of the'Miami 8/WO yar3 (idriciD J'worth'l: ., -wiIl go Bt .".v' aesella':: .GG' :. ,j
y&i Our Trade Increases All the beet brS&iliwjfCaJieoes,other tell at 8&, ; '. .ii:
\ .. is in the Ideal store. .. for the meetings of the society. Fine Swiss ,,fasTVoJore.';worth 6'to Ce.,10 yard*for.;?v;....26b "'",-,';]
:': Ff..t n..u. Smith returned Sunday night The, METROPOLIS, has reason to feel All our stock of LadlM' Anprt : nderweaiJtEOABDLES9.OF COST; 1 1 .
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x J. that Miami will bethorougbly Ladiea'Veeta, wort.b,100..t_. .. 1 -.i.. .. for t5o' 'may' _"'c..
.: < : .As prices drop hence the cause the-Surprise from thirty-days' visit to bis'old homeat ,. confident ; Full size Tqwela, worth 15o to;SOe! ?-.:.. .;/-r-r--.......;..this air'100Ladies' 1. : h.
:a., .. : : Greenwood d Lake, N. Y. i lighted by electricity before January Wrappers;:worth 75o to 91..,*v./i.f i i 7.,.. :.:...thfa sal*Wo. . '." ;
::' ,V.":>; :tStore ,dong! three-fourths or! the Dry .Goods busi- E. V. Blackman is in* the northern' 1st. It fa.simplya question of wait a LADIES' BAILORS, to close..CHEAP. ,.Ck>ro .,ni m.. '" ;".;
; \ and few the Boyd Pants and' .ietl.jD. tbetbj g'oree' I..,,.,,.. gtfltMen'a s. ..- : : '
a A f\ .4 .- vnessrof/liiia'mi!, to show,appreciation we part of the state this week in ,the days! before matter Is settled. --
4 < Working Panto, worth 'l.mw-- i.vi!;. ..--.t8IG":
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f ir' is egoing. to make ,', ,:. j ."V.;, .. otvrests of the llomeaeeker. ,, .A. D.Thompson of the Hotel Miamiis Ladies' Men'a and Children's,SHOES?.:;,. :*..... ,....;.iAT COST. .". :

J . ',;,' r > ,, " J. W.Comstock of Palm Beach, candidate preparingthe tract of ground' east,of jrortb ..,....:: !..1...:.!: :.!..,...t..n.a.& 1&! ';.0. .,
'v-: q '. ; ,:- Men' i3andkerehibts ,.>: .. ". :,. ,this i
the hotel for lawn. This will be ex- 8 worth 10o. : vv : "; ; :; wisefor.25a:: J1r r':
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Jf"* EVERY MONDAY .. ;. county treasurer, "was in teded down to the river where dockage Ladies" Fine,HandlArcbiefa., worth Y 15o to;200. ;% ..:.thin.. .1.S for2licr.' ..1'o .''_'
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S-'' .:;, :"apermanent' ''Sales t Day throuhhout'th c"Y: car, three children of Cocoa were guests fall.Ground has been broken on the corner 'r ;" ;' 1'
:. last Saturday at the BF cayne. : c :: > Y. .,
r ; ' with i : prices' 'the Lame' on<,Tuesda Ysf'? or,people of Palm avenue and 12tti;street for I, ,
,. ,." : rrhotlire.out: of..to\.vn.- Eb. Sewell will Fefnrnfrom ,New the foundation 'of' the' Presbyterian The IDEAL DRY GOODS CO '
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';1tf. Here:: is '<:Bargain Menu with solid facts chjircb, a jtround'plan' of which was .
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;;: : ', purchasing, a fall. and winter stock. f' _Of .. rMIAMIFIiA.
F' -.} tin these columns three weeks I '" : 't: Yr
-, ; r frills' T< '- ::"V 1 given .. > v
without .
Boy'pureeoftdrinks made from pure : '
,, ':{';; 7i 7- '.' : ;. '". fresh rain water which.is the onlykindor agog v 12th Street, dbpbMte'HoteljBi jrie, i .'
All kinds of cool drinks at our fountain I '
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Belcher his
water used by at : ns+w "
'.' ? 6,5CK; yard Sovereign Plaid,Ginghams: at _A,-. '-',! ',1'tl't per yard bottling works. 6-20-tf-ycl, at the Arcade' restaurant and : ll;: ; < : cc"

., '",859 yards,AmMkejag Checked Gingha.sat' -r' 'V.J. ,6 f c per yard Mrs. Saunders left Thursdaymorning fruit stand. : 6r21-3m-fcl :, .w' ,:->, ;
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: -'V 4 fOdQ.yards ,best.grade Light Calicoes, ,v: : ,-' *Ti' l.J;lo)yards for;zgp ( rNew.York''where' she will' Toe rock road has been'completed to '' & .' :-'
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C :5 ,;3,5 >,yards: CaboC4-4 'Bleached Cotton<<: JX :: :;!-.,-'. -'}15"yards for $i.oo the cemetery from the northern limits Peaches are''a .beautiful fruft."'and .1 '' d.For'B8nu ,
join her husband, and return to Nas those at the Arcade;restaurant and
: : .' .'.?, :. for of the city' mils; and hew '_ ;Four. acres'of ftrs class tmaio.J.aDd' :ilto 'e'
,__ r-' 3o5 rs4 4 Fruit-Qf-the-LoqmiCotton-: -; ::, 14Jsrds.' : : $i.op sau. nearly a as It ;fruit stand are especially i iov Try them! rent.*, Addresa..P..: Of .BoW'*-*J .'.:-
: H 'VBigJot: oillOuting; Flannel, (and rklY'i 'peryardK is maft s.'erTgood bieycle;road. In ,' $
., i tr : .gh ; : t t' 90 Palm Beach was assaulted this week ." f. 4"'fi-l' m-.rcl .MiamiiFlAv! ,b-19 Im-D-aa* =)
; 'oJ Big- : ;good..urlamiscrim, 46_inches.wide,':. :;- ;:-. 6c per yard bY. the political 30 days it will be 'in :'good shape for The editor.ha"beea indisposed:durIng -: .' . '. -< ..J-jo-1
,:r,. ,+' . .Sheetsfullsize i ;:test jgradey. -:. " '.!" '4 >>-7. :' : .,:'55C P6/ pair Wednesday candidates. They,regiment wheels; j the .entire :week and'..having; no' ? For'Sale pr: Bent., />"-"*:h .

.j.i'" 1'" Eilldw Cases,.best' rale- ,-- ,<" -' a: -. "' '.' -,.:;.:::/- '". j ',,2)C. J>CT pair .swept everything Walter Scot, who is ;'so" .well-known' I Lssistance'al either, ",editoriar;;or busi! ::House witb 6)rooms yon Avenue;B] ..

: f' :r3''P feces=Red( Table\ -Damask, at r, ., '. .. x :J.?; =.. .25cjper )rant 1 In' fight to IT tbe, 'readers, ,of thehMitTROrOtig; # I management, until, the arivalof. C,. near 10th,streetfurfllsbed .or',on fur :; <' '.;.
Waddell received salutation _
.' ''' "- 'pieces. -''Bleached'Dainaak, ', ;,at 0 .''. ;;......?..;,..,.,...;..w-,...,.- .>",...":'Ct",,I'.,," 1'"I s;!',-:\ cjperyanlyard I rroni.Wm.M'.Brpwn E.:A. !: and W-.R.a Uarneyf yrthrpugh his writings in' theae'columds, 't(U..Featherly baa'not made- the!METRO- .'nishedopposite'Eplacopal) 'ou premises. church S-18-tt Apply ;:-. I '

c :, i ces; 1 c ed"n".k"_ ;!' .': , ' .i''p:: : r dated at the Palmer House will soon be married .in 'PhiladelphiaandTwith oral[ what it should'tbe ass' local paper., : '
Chicago,
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' : ,dozen:full! .stze u dinner'na kin "" : -" '. , '; jozehlozen ""- Paiicy Pineapple-Blips & Snckerf fOr: '. ::r".
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s.a .1i" : :;::. 21st. his bride will spend. :the winter this( week. '5 r-w- '. '
.' .J':25: :-dozen"ve: ry;fine dinner na kin. at-,'":- ,,: :..; ,-C.;' f'" $1",'"'per;, September "in,Miamf.. The foreman of the Mrrpop'ous office :"{;' : Sal ,; :: , ,, : '
?Just''tecewed'a big *v*'x* Feather';Pillows! that'-we offerJor pd.y'C' .pr DHiriV.Good'Unbeabh"ed Miss Alice Saunders of COcoa oi..a isanderodligitionitoM Abbakas, Egyptlan Queen, Golden) .:..., _
"4 y : Canton.Flannelj '' :' ..., :-'f f V-' \ yard visit of several' weeks at the: home ,of Mr,A.K.' Mullen, whowas, formerly rHlGojiialeafor' Queen kid'Porto-Bieo--SmootbCayenne: :- .. ". HI
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< .5-cpe : a fine specimen of. a choice twrietyoL and Spanish ApplT : '
"':".:Cadiea'iUndervests: ; -..;; ', ""\ -r::.. t' ,.._ t| J," 6 for 250 )of her the brother south side.Attorney .,8 under. _$ steward farm this. theTampa wnt@rit. Litt Bay River Inn: :;with will, .alligator pears.j It"'"i i Wasured.} 21 ,-. -F:;, 1 Y 1DUOCY,&. .'rr8atY8. :t .
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:\.nigl loji.Ljadies.Crash Skirts .'- ;"X. *. ' ' 75ceach: < --Palm Beach Pine /* f..:
: at.: r *.;- ? hiaiincie l C. H. Billings Mr..'Mn'leo inches,in circumference the long; way, :
ArneneanHuck. ;Towels' fullsize, 4> -V, i.; ". 'i sac each John Scot'is again in the city'after ; : West PaImBeacb.-EL. 't J::
i ; : and Inches theotber.ltsweightbeing ;
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.health and takes this '
t Cottonade'Pantl Cloth "J-. ' , X $ several'weeks' absence at .Seabreeze, poor means. i- .0 , .1i :
x .. ;, : *: '' ;. -"' > 7 . c per: yard forr'ecuperation. 2 X po nds.oI"f,1' 'I *, ,
w_ -Our,'entire.stock of'toe' ,,'S c, ahd, 'zoc,.,Lawns;"t, ';"/' '- 10yards: for :l9.C where he went to get away from 'the The ipnblic .schools of.MiamI open w'I |'rATempting01fer' ;; J<<' '
"" : r = -v-4-" 5&1 JIUcp knitit turmoil of the troops A fire at reI" West Monday:destroyed : :i: havp'a fine place,suitable'for farming .
'GentsUriderwea"ri"atXT : ,- ; for :: -J;
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5_ -HGent' Pants.4l.v: -\- ,.. ''r r.' i. ', ... .- '. : $1.19 and-$, t.34... per Pair For first-class work try the' Up-to- the Philbrick. .. wharf- witb.'tbe"ware-........ teachers" _will! be ,the'site!;'.as:last, .c ,Bisaayn6 or raising B an fruit.both trees:pine,atsoath"endue:aud- raljt "'.
"' "F-l LaunderedNe: ligee Shire ''"E-.' ;. >.:..:;\ e"- ..';. Date:Barber Shop. 5-19 4t-yci house and office: and a large amount'6ftreigbt. ', r. :> ; "
., ; ,. ; 0 ""' atS ', ; .... -S.Entiri .- .' .49c each ; with exception that Miss Jean netteObeiicbai ri e'- lands; some Jmpro, Hotue14x20. :
3.- .;; hot M n'$,Straw;, a !;"at' ,':;-:, ' 2 .' :.,. L ''!: ;'' =; .. ,." z SC each : T. J::West of:Modelo was InJ the city i. :4-Tbe fire was caused byspontaneods''combustloii = ln of CocoAnut' Grove,wbowi H ."Good" '" water and some tools;; rj 11\
: ; ;" ": : ) .' ; , :: : ? in attendance the meet in a;quantity: of will let right party'' have gratis for ooef ..of<
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: Saturday
{ ; : ( Zc > ; upon take the of, Lisa .Mann inthe
: i'S i- '*! < place : Amy .
y \ # - '. : coal. stored on'the wharf J .. ..... or two years.;. 'Will:sell.jum A most: ::-4:
x '.\.'.: : ;!J-:. ":' '10'our Sltoe'De rtmentf,wen, ve'} '. / lug! or the Bade .County Agricultural" primary department. .i reasonable terms.. ,:For p |lpRraddresa : _"t
.. .< : : ;' ? and Horticultural Society. Nice; i'BOBTjO;SwWDAV *
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: : < ; : thelArcade: fruit .
stand.
restaurant and I .4
< : ; J.'A; McDonald left for Jacksonville 5.21.8mdc1 .-.Wednesday'm6rnin. ..JnBonier, ; l! .7'...Dl...:,,<- r..'"op.- JL.- ..,. '

//I.! tgai -'without fi9ftt : Tuesdayitiorning! presumably to take Several 1 crates of very fine'Japanese: that,,he might'", -piesenat; the time! '. J J For.Sa1 ., -:'l'!"' i< -

: some>preliminary. :>feps in connection pecflimmons made'tbeirapDearance in dt bU i jrweddii>g, wh'h !|lseetfor; next Fine, heulthyPortorlco and Abbaka, v'jU:
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rf .,' '..',:.;": ; ,. ... '- "'1-\ ; 10-. :with i 'the_ '.electric light plant, market this.week,.,:-We.notl -'; om- Wednesday11e' r left.;\i: ,box ol cigars :"llps- ,H '"'' .. ... 'f.-,'.:-*'.._

: ':' ';We calls special,1;attention i : to our Children's l j )*5'John' Illnton .of: Cocoanut Grove agentleman :her ,Who are'.,evidently' attempting'to f9r bis .friends wHb, >the Hznopous ")I.. ,Lats: : WOKTBFaDTf'; CaBoi FiJ.3. <:<
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': >;. ' 'School ;Shoes ,at'very" Jlow'tprices" : .;.. AirweJ\.; : ; 'wI.!! known in 'MiamI,1sKutferingirith'neuralglaat i. wWStle'at least;they are carrying.. the which- are'not.all gone v beta'.'..-"}** ,. G-2f\:( ;. t ; '-:';lT.T''' estFalm' : ,Bead:'O ,:" ;r.;::; ?'

', I ::askpiyouis( .t6ygVei'us la cal 1l..0[ ... "-&{ *, ; his bone "pucker. !!with,them.6R.'Th l' 'Workmen-bave- : t been;::engaged; onJLtenaeD I. . 'Privata'8eI OoL !f. !:
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nbout. miles of the t GroYe'1icloocfb in front of the'iAreade'this .
1 two .west ; .cher of Avon Park, 'who ; !' ,
\ : .. All yours'men lnterested'Itt a night i _
:G _; > : < : > > < <" f: ): : 'j j 1 : nd "'of.'cigars at the' Arcade hat been in::Mlpmr the past week week taking tb? old'Florida,"..odont [school are requested! 'to call'o japw:'at/;;. f '';;''

Montlay; OctoIr restaurant. ," --gad.'fruit-standr! 5-21-3m-fcl prospecting. ,'returned borne'Thur/day. of hegntters: :,and .replacing;"with l the'sehoolbouse. ;Private :aeoforr -t.

4lB , ; [ffietic business mltalc
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%lbe.caHed.'for,next; 'ga UQ' and will return to invest improvement and will lessen the..danger : " ;' JBuy &'I
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tt: il arid ,be convinced ,that: h prdiy'tktober 8. This, to betue.jnWntion cirenmstances." .' of sickness in.that locality.;. ii3iiFowlerf' i ;r''"
; f ' ;seems soon_' as .. .' C 'will'' ',permit.. ,, ": .. ... l. 1i-1'i.tt i"''b.fa; *: ;'
i 1 ..,: . !: ': ,at the, present_ timelr: :. .:' .Mrs. Ji Frank" :returned from; Key ; Rho left Miami. [nearly -- DOn t;:" t'
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- I 1*;. : and a ;yearago:; >wlih': .|party''from'Palm field '; '' '. fl'
two
Jl! ; y YoblePadgett Clay nJbi i Westll ednesdaymorningwhere: l :shehad { garden or:, ieedifbefore gt :.
J:; 1st Florida Regiment' boys,returned to been"to locate ajiranch,. store;and :brothe"r : ting mypricesl My twenty-one year's .1....,

; pft l SurpriseIs 'S't Qre theireginientfat"; ; Huntsville:,;A''i", ::was' ; 8ucc 8sfur In:'her?.v t ntdre..' Her : ; !j experience' and handling Florida.,seeda planting' from,.every'section ''testing ., ,?;{t '

) Stnidayifter aj ten''days',furlough' .*.' . store, at: this, place -wilt. ;: be:continued i Bennett t:f bar,-:bundred."mile.fromDawson'city. : j of-country, enable, me top -, '; ..,.,
,t..f"A- "" ': : -. 4'v ."' : "V )jJ" "t tr t-::.:.v., :'. ".",,':''.';'. 'Towhley: ;+ ,Brpthew'i-f t :>will'! commence: under berpersonaVsnpervisioa.HTbere .-. f They,,rere finding.gold' ,:! cure the best at _lowest priced 'S end, .t. :.

:0" \- ;, : .' :th??''"bf; place lo buy iDry!' Goods;: CIJth. ,; the.erection of tbelt:; news stone/buiJdJngr will (no eortsspared= : this but bad lou"cl not struck',It:rich as Jet' 1 1'B for". :price.'Seedamati, liati ,'2"$'J.Exposition B. SCTToiff 8LT' ,. w "..'$K,.1!
at the Arcade : -i'
restaurant
S. :' .' .c'.J } $ ', : I ";oh1'thef.corner: of>12th etreetandAvenue : wibter'toinake the!. biI.it; of.the,Agri: e&p '.: It frow'Ocala:: : Fla. ;J .*+
: :: and fruit Itand.'I: 16-2l-Sm-fcl
> "; r" 'Yfta': hocS\ .: ;i i-'t'' ". # Cabouttbe; 15th'of Octoberothing .': cultural Society a;surprise to the visiting '- <
e. : "v* : % 'AASr '" f "' -."- 'be'esli bh' P Th;week tbere'aa"betD'commenced 'ForSale.:;: c
... : ''J. S S ,-Te makes "Ui: man feel better_ tourists. veil!.be'prepered :
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r .>I<.,. : -I:1V": : 'l:' .:;. d' " '!' MyzP !< ;,- ,; ,_ than a'good easy;smooth shaven Try former' .months. advance' ;and foal i w cottages,of the design' knowaas ;Illgb'grideJerseTeow.. .. -.of' /, g..Kon:$*00.T,. ; .1.

; T.::.'!' '\-:' 'r-' pMfi lES, ': ,' r P co p rietor.*the Up:-tO_ pateBarberSbop. .frlWtiTh : ; ..visitors will carryawayiiId'Neasof: ; 3Sr6v: between 2, on 'the I. \ north' side\ of 18thStreet' 'Ol: .. . ,: Lemon City!FJL. :: 1.,,> '
: ; *J.rk e'fsnkg and! the two; immense; Dade'county's; roductln ess.- : 'Avenues B and : 5 20 t-yci, ; .
,< ", ,\', ..,. ; : '};_L '< r ",L 'warehouses which were erected-for.thgbvernmerit Aboutallatie t t'mechanics i 'In t DC city. aVe! ; 5t. .
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: -'; W. M.1TtItBLY. C.U. FKATHiaLY.rtrausHiD and several leaser keys, providing Monroe attention to, remind them of their THE CITIZENS' PRIMARY. Register I Register!11! Register!!! ":" 'I,

county does not want them. former disastrous experiences in the I I Be sore and register on-the county C. CONE/
All the City Offli'era, Except llanHal and Tax
The Miami Metropo1is. To be serious, ft is a matter which shipment' of goods haphazard to whom- CoUee or Nominated by AceUmation. book before Saturday October 8th,

should be settled by the next legislature. ev.r might apply, and urge that a full one week from to-morrow, or it will be Blacksmith and
The held
primary meeting at the impossible for to vote at the
you primary
If be had at the at'thl
av it; was intended that these attendance meeting election >
) cljbolhouse last evening was full of next Tuesday,or at the
keys should belong to Dade county we !' Hotel Miami casino one week from general election' on Tuesday Novem '
; The Bay Biscayne Publishing Compuy r/thuftiaani and a general good feeling ,
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) cannot know it too soon. We would tomorrow evening. at 3 o'clock, when prevailed until the nomination t rCit.y her 8th, or at the Vanity Seat Election Wheelwright.i .,

: MIAMI, DAPI COUSTY FLOKIDA like to piece out with them very much.8EWELL i we hope an effective organization will : next !spring or at any special .1"llon !t i V
.
Marshal and Tax Collector which
t before fall
may occur the of 1WO.
Tbe most Sontbcrn Newspaper pnblUhed on i > .. > be perfected.The wn progressing by ballot. At this The, county books clow on Saturday! Boggy and \Wagoa % ShOpi
the malfiland of tbe United Stales at the !
SATS HE DIDN'T.The of tomatoes and eggplantswill October 8th and
crop do nut ,
.. must fontbern railway terminaL point Ceo A. Worley raised strong own again irii- i > _
& ) '' Sun in its last issue this winter be an enormous one,' til the fall of 1900. A It "work '
Tropical .
objection to the manner in which the neatly promptly .and nobtantially .
Altered In the Postoffico at Miami,Florida., and the be \ Register at once with .1. M. Graham, t
second-class matter. ..., uses up a better portion of the space of one principal: thingto ballots had been cast (openly in a hat). district registration officer, in the &r done, and aatUfactlon given. V'
*v* x vw rf *wV %< -> w < r feared is congested markets. Farmers
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Rates. its .paper, fully three columns, to editorially lad he not been so zealous in expatiatIng council chamber. t.17.b.tsm. .
:: Subscription .
.,' One year..... .... ..... ..................12.00 demonstrate that the father of cannot afford to take the risk when upon his own democratic personalities The city registration book close to- r __ _ V ";,
Six: month................ ................. loo tbe editor, Metcalf II the man they' have the chance at hand to take he would doubtless have carried day. V
W.fl. .
.t. . Those paying in advance will receive a vear'a i '
aabKrlpUoa fri. 11.60 and six: months subscription tbe Democrats ahould nominate at the ateps to entirely overcome the adverse his, point;for it was well taken. NeverIn BuckJen'a Arnica Salve. "
for 75 cents. To Is II liberal diicouiit conditions of GO -
a a glutted market to V :
p. to Induce strictly advance payments. primaries ne t Tuesday. The prlnci < .... e the hiatory of primary ejections THC BEST 8u.v.lo the world for enth the

': pal argument why Mr. Metcalf shouldbe have we seen secret balloting ao bruUea. torea, ulcers, salt rheum fever '- ,,
Advertising Rates. nominated Is the alleged fact the ORGANIZE A BOSE COMPANY. openly conducted. It was finally sores, tetter, chapped hand., rhilblalut. '-

,, aiKOLE COUV.. W'K ONK:, ONI UO. TKkKK MOB, MOS.SIX YKAB.I OWC. i chairman of the Democratic county The writer has been making Individual agreed, however, to stand by the ballot coma, and all skin eruption. and positively ' Miami Drug Store
.. . and the votes were counted with the cure pile or no rvqnired. It
Inch rW 1800 8400 1800 HOjJ efforts for several month to induce pay
I Inches . 160 a 00 8 00 10 BO II 00 committee Joseph :A. McDonald, does rettiilt mentioned' below. , ('guaranteed to &give perfect satisfaction "'
Incites., . 1004iiichf 4 00 800 1500 00 the common council to take hold of the Furrooi"n rktln<; S-viaMVater' god
.,.. 800SinVIcol 6 no to oo t8 00 10 00 not want him nominated. In pursuIng The meeting' was called to order by or money refllod,' Price, 2'cebf.a: per (!rn"be<1 Krnlt' Ifrs. <: -
./. e I I ( ) 400 8 50 U 00 81 00 UOO iu course of reasoning the Sun mattr of organizing. a hose company, 8. I.. Patterson who upon motion of box. For tale bvTownley Bros.' 52l.20I Pure DrnrniHj Toilet Article. rf, "
ithcbrs..400 8 00 14 W M 00 4900 'forcl but has not succeeded In getting any Geo. A. Worley, was made permanent .. .... Finellnr.lei "Uthxierv, Cf of
makes T
use language decidedly .t.sio.
Inches.. B 00 8 00 18 0V 11 00 45 00 chairman and James 0.,Williams V tSVeciat-attentk.ugtvere& I V'V.
'. C hiche... 660 1000 II 00 MOO MOO bit, If slinging mud can be called forcible member to Introduce a resolution to waselected PROCLAMATIONNotice tit i compounding of Preacrip-V / --
1 to serve as tloutf.
secretary.
8000esoo
9nCbes,600 1100 9000 8800tttO
.. > MOO 9800 language. It places language In tart off -organization.. The city After stating the purpose of the I I '

t, Inches.lltfltbrs.'B00::, 880 1500 tiM 9400 28 OU 8900 4200\ 700idlnU4col7a 7800 the mouth of John Sewell, one of the has procured all the hose and appliances meeting the chair called for nominator of General Municipal Elec MIAMI( DRUG GO.'*:: :
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;, I inches.t i1 800 1800 18 00 4500 8400 candidates whom it alleges Is not necessary to equip a couple or Mayor, and J. B. Saunders placedin tion. Belcher Block '
-< 14 tncbet ... 9 to 1700 MOO 4800 "5000 hose nomination the present incumbent,. D Y VIRTUE of the authority rented in the :: yPalatkaFla. .V
n InCiUM,.. 10 09 18 00 82 00 Jt 00 1500 favored by Mr. McDonald, which Mr. good companies Hose houses John. B. Reilly, and Bobt. R. Taylor *-* nuderslgned by the taws of the Bute of i.n"-b: ra-Dl V
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inches. 10 1900 MOO 6400 MtOO .
; BO have been built and the hose and car-
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:'t' 17 Inches.:. 11 00 20 00 88 00 6? 00 108 00 Sewell pronounces a fabrication and seconded the nomination. There beingno Florida and the ordinance* of the City of
k,. 18 inches. HBO tl 00 38 00 eo 00 us 00 an emanation of tbe fertile Imagination riages are snugly stowed away. Ifwe\ :other candidates the nomination Miami. the quitted elector* of the City of 'to ,' .r1,, '.
'i251fl.IcoIIt8O. 19inches... iioo ft 28 oo m 4to 4000 ,,11. os w use 12100 of the editor.. Tbe Sun alleges were to have '*a fire to-daythis hose received a hearty 'acclamation. In a Miami are hereby notified that a general city : .a.. :L'J'S'S': -V ,
3i' few well-chosen words Mayor Reilly election will be held in the city council rham. -
: Local reading notices Sla-No deviation from these rates. that Mr. McDonald first advised Mr. accepted; the trust and thanked tbe her on th,tecond floor of the city jail bulldiQff I ;1 I uIt.\ ... -f. ; : :
'. ., .- VV Sewell to .come down and afterwards. doubtful there are! a half dozen men voters present for the, confidence they
i11m. FLORIDA SEPTCHBER 50 t&98. demanded that be come down. In in town who couldmake a coupling bad shown by placing him for tbe third Monday in o to1M.r. A. 'D.1898, tlndiud. situ Or'..... VL
We doubt if there are a half dozen time at the head bf tbe ticket the .
Mr. per. and same beinc the *4th_' reply to tbe question as to whether
: : sons in tbe city who could place a hand assured them that it would always be that the polls will be open from o'clock a.r,. V
..* ..1 WHERE IS KEY LARGO McDonald had ever pursued such a upon a wrench for tbe hydrants or for, his "aim to advance tbe interests of standard time until iiiodown on laid .ta y; CyprsV

:b -::'" -To the Editor of the Umoroui.iil coarse, Mr Sewell replied that with hose coupling. But even if every person our beautiful little city. ** tbit J. a. Abram., II. e. Budge and n. ....
: : had dne of those on his Inside V The 'names of 'r. L. declined King .
beknewhhnSewell Townley ( ate
all due respect to .Mr. McDonald, appointed lotp ,
\ have several occasions beard
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upon pocket of what effectual use is hose ),John 8. Frederick, Francis. R. U. Smith!clerk to V & T nks-
t I{ ,question: asked whether,Key Largo .(McDonald), ( ) better conduitiahl election ; _
: without a company of men withaleader Hahn,'f. N. Gautler' C. H. Raulerson The officers to be voted for area follow =
1 \\ ..; 'Ii!> ',was in Dade or,.Monroe county. Can than to attempt any such thing as and an organization perfect' (declined), and W. D. Hat bett (declined A Mayor'to serve for one year.: *. : 'l'- !
i1 you give.authority as to which count; in Who would orders and would .
making a demand upon him any give who ) were placed before tbe meeting Three Aldermen or Member of the
it is in? SCBSCKIBZB. City G. I. DAYlS a.s: i
: : obey for aldermen. T. L. : .
matter affecting bU. personal rights. Townley arose Council to lenre for two years. ;
r'V That Is i a very[complex matter. Ke1 Be should have invited him out doors V This matter lies entirely in the I and stated that "By request of his A City Clerk,who will also act as Assessor, ." r. -
:,:-.f Largo Is usually supposed to be I in Mon bands of the common. council.The brother", ((1)) he desired to withdraw to erre for one year.A gWtn.V _n 'fl.takne. :.. 1-54& $ .
If ne bad. Mr,McDonald, when questioned moment that body passes the necessary tbe name of John Townley. J. S.1 Marshal and i
: 'Toe C unt,. Its real estate records are Tax Collector, 'to serve for \ ..
. about tbe matter, stated the 'resolution and appoints tbe proper Frederick, 'r. N. Gaotier, and F. W. one year. V
: 'vkept.there, its court proceedings are case practically the same way. The committee a hose company can be Habn were each nominated by accla A City Treasurer,to serve for one year.Bald Notice for PnbJieaUoo.: 4 V
.w .; "edl ted at Key West and the vote of organized in short order. mation. election will be conducted far OrricK AT UAIXEariLui FLAJr '1"'LQn
as :
first as
V V: the key is counted in. Monroe. >Bu time tbe matter was ever men- It is not a subject to be cast aside R. M. i Smith was 'the "unanimoip practicable as is provided' bylaw for the conduct -JnlyllO>,l4 ., J ,
where is it! That II bard question. tioned between himself and Mr.Sewell without a thought. There is scarcelya choice of,the meeting for city clerk and of General State and County Flections.la Notice is hereby giventhat the foQowlnt-. 4t
It was brought up by Mr. Sewell himself member of the council but what .bas tax assessor. witness. whereof I have hereunto affixed named settler has filed notice of his intention V'V
i !J It appears to-bave been left entirely out real and is and makethial proof In of I his and, .
bis '(McDonald's.) return estate carrying insurance. For city marshal tax collector roj name and caused the City Clerk to attaeh support eUint -
upon
r 'of; any.county have several other of ; The city's expenditures for hqse and I tbe names of John Frobock and Y. F. the seal of the City of .Miami that 'said proof will. be nude .before Jno..' V :
..f..beke1' f the archipelago i by our law home, and that up to the present time appliances has not reduced insurance a no unpleasant language bad taken place cent. All that is amfthe. September flit October 81 b. 1398,Via William Oeils 'of
:'V_ rt.wben.tbe1 established tbe line lacking to reduce ballot showed this result: [era:.] A.D. his.V V V ;
J1
V : between m.Bot! : agreed that Mr .insurance 50 cents on e cb hundredA::;*-' Frohock.. . .. .. ShamE P1 ., hfmeatead,2'l17,for the. soatb->. j
; 'Wftne different counties of the StatelC \ John ... .... ........ 70 Jwo. B, RcttLT, Har r., .
Sewell bad offeredtpjmCdraw from IarsorKy-** rs. oricit-veneered Y.FOray....... .. ..:.... ... .*.....91 Attest: J. U. GaAHAK.Cltjr,Clerk. ean.qoarter of St>tttb7 rest Q1Utf.et.. ,. eftonS>
InVMcClellsn's Digest of the Law buildings is the" simple organization ofa V township M.Botjih a&OP.41Ea.t.- *.p V ,
race* for For city\treasurer Charles H.Garth-
the representative if McDon- He the
hose names fonowinic witnesses hU V
of Florida of\1881, which have neyerbeenri,1sedectLon company. side received the unanimous indorse 1 hereby certify r bat'be.City Conndl'o'f the toprove
V, aid, wc jtortiake it. \JTo one upon'theJ0ttttTde Our city fathers are doing a .good continuous residence upon and enltiratioa, Vatdlandtz
of
City Miami
and 42 at regular .
41 p ment bf tbe voters present; meeting held on the " v .
.V it would as though in deal, but they are not doing so much i ,,,
.:.. .818 and! JU,we find: the following:. appear that they cannot pass a proper resolution The Chair then appointed the city I5thday September.. A.!> iwe..pprov* of V .
lu to further the interests of appointment the three .
anxiety executive committee
follows Geo. jtnipectora and the
.. _.._.J;. .. S ev 41' ,The 'dl.trlc country and appoint a committee. to organize as : Sanrael Ac B.:teber,of Coeoaaot Qrore.vie;. :-
: clerk
>, .. included Within, the/ettowing'fconnda* tbefather, ,_the Sun bail bitten off more a hose company. A. Worleyl. T. J.. Townley', Harry C. of election whoae nine appear In the WtItlawLFih.r,"'of .* ::':;'.- "_'. i>:'f""'
0 lodge[ Drl ;J.M. Jackson Jr. and foregoing notice of election., "
ries" shall bcrttuer constitute 'facts" than it can m lltloaie. Let us have a hose company organized J. 'sep23-oet21 William! K.Ebenold._ of .". -f, :- .. _
V 3. M.
M. Owen3 and the Clerk. "
',. oTjDade, to-wlt: Commencing The snoroua'a knowledge of Mr. without delay. We need it in. our meeting adjourned., GBIJHAN.City _;W. okOB1NsoNs: *eiisttr.: ...:..... 7j V
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i 'at' the centre of Klssimmee river on V.McDonald! is such thai it can conceiveof business. SOTES.
V.:; VV .the: township linebetween township IT. J Would it,not be well for some of our
'thirty-seven andthirty-eight; thence nothing farther stranger| to blamai'eup i THC i royal entertainment given by legal lights to study parliamentaryrules NEW DRY GOODS STORLW.M.Burdiuo&So
V due east on the township line tween.. than""bossism. He has been General Lee and the citizens'Jacksonville a little tl

V jsatd townships thlrty-serenand thirty in-""position of importance 8.ucb-a last Sunday :to. Secretary of McDonald's bit at Graham was a
[eight :to: the ,Atlantlo-ocea1i.:' thence nature'for yearsJwhicb if a man happy one. Nothing like sticking. to
many : War Russell A. Alger sqch
*-southward" along.the coast'J Inclodin was one asis the qu stion.,
..4% :the waters'of',the -Atlantlo'ocean: : and bad the -elements of .jbossism iD'i bis I very gratifying. It IIbow plainly: The temporAry organization of tbe \ f'

44 the GuIf-Stl'eaID. .within tbe jnrisdiction make-up, bis en'lronmfnte would have. tbat sectional lines were qo moe. It meeting! was not made permanent, bat ,> .

: La ,. 'of.the State of.FI.orldato a point developed', it, yet; the contrary is _the must have been a very pleasing, incident Patterson '"got there all the same,"

, V on,tbev reefs of Florida,:immediatel cue,, To-day he baa a spot in his heartwhich 'to General' Alger One who I sAt .. -, : :
V opposite; th :: V.4? ; separating Cayo Lap from Old :-is easily tOatcb .< This is well! knows the General as well as.dd s the Miami. 1'

. .Bbodei.. Key)? thence in a direct line known those who. know him best., \trIter'Cln fally appreciate how the From the Aurusta Gs. Chronicle. m

through'tbe middle of,that stream to x a"-2.'i-: > I*- V warm'and benevolent heart of trfe Secretary In two and a half years7 before the - .
.Mud, Poit.thencealong: .the,-mainland camp was established! at Miami there Have the .I
; to the range line between ranges TBUOKEBS.,.SHOtJLDF ORGANIZE. ,. of.W > was touched<< by the de n'opatratlon. ? lad been only one case of typhohifever. ; adopted following. as their SpeciaL V .

.tbirt -lour..n thirty-five; thence. due 'The' mee'tlng\held' by' the. DadeOoUntYAtculturaI .. ,... When the soldkra! : came they bathed in Sales or BargaIn.Dayst' yiz,: 4'. ., r .
V k 'north on said range line to Lake pkee4 I . I ' the rvservoirand: dynamited Sh,wbich ." .
snd Horticultural .
>tK>bee; thence;:along the sweater Ir you do not care to pay poll tax to rotted in1 the water supply. The well ,1'. : ":.
V V rsiioreof said lake np.&o.tbe Kisaimm c Society" at the: casino of the vote this:fall I if; is the duty ofll, to water was examined expertly and pro- Monday Thursday ; '''\ .
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,tvrttothepiaceofbeg1ning.; Hotel\Miami "last Saturday afternoon nounced 'pure. But what did. the ,. ; ,
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register in order to be inV line vote ", '
to t : -
3zc.f. .So: much;of.:,the:State. of was ajBtepIn:: the right \Idirection. E. authorities in;charge of the troops do? t. }
: '- ,Florida AS is. 'situateds south,of"tliounty upon the county site question?! next Instead carting away the offal of the. ,Juesday Friday and'TSaturday. : : :r -'
,; : I :"otVMa.nateeandwesEofthe i P.Porcber, who ?addressedthe meet.Ing spring., There is going tobe: ,a hot campdaily.it was, deposited in sinksat .. ; ::1f' .:*

; !' nty-;of-Dade' shall-constitute':.the l gave:,some\of thieta1ls.: of tbe contest, and every vote will be wanted. the coinj'rtityruiis.. The' troops ..

.c..untybf Monroe.V. VVVVV& _..... V r. ; work of. thehIdianBierand:: , Lake You cannot, register after:the second were allowed to wash themselves, their Wednesday, ; .
,A'he territory incorporated into Dad Worth Pincapple Qrowers' Associa .. clothing, and dishes upon the ground .
Monda tn October week
V : >t>unty by this kct II'wUb' u'-Lqae.tlol : tIflOfVWbICh; : <:he .is* secretary" and .. not\0 delay- registering from- -.nextMondjpf'Do at From wells lurid from'wbicb, newspaper they drank reports-water.the ..Don't 'forget the days On these dayS-W1'V; ; :

- :3hs: heading:'of.,this paper Iboft-'IU: the'active .head. He ppinted 'out the anr' day.' '$-r..* ",wc public was led to believe that the death 'until further not ice- to offer 'thijJ V : l

', :;4..- the eastern.and southern. "section,of the dangers;of;.congested'market* which -,''If'i a .v1 .*... i rate,was enormous' and that the climate propose, : ; :,/f 1 ::':.; / ;:

-;.., 'county.:*It does not go:west far enougt so;;:.of ten;arise through. ',]lackof-con- 'rn!: Tropical Sun for the 8m time and 'water at Miami were fatal. What : ry. '..,V.. >t : }: .
arethe; facts? There' -
:.Jzt'f--: ; .. .:y one towrijbco erLake:; .Okeecbobeeaiid certed: action and'organization' on tl'' raises the Democratic ticket,at:"tbe deaths all" told. Two. died were of dysen thirty GREATEST BARGAINS., .' .. 4f f, .} \

!l;' 'the extreme: northwestern, .section part;; of- growersand. the 'dJshp j ,head of its, editorial columns,.and _atheflrst tery.' One was killed by a citizen. One V ;... : V V V ; .:" .,-:. : ,. -":
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$' 'tc, :of' tbercaunty,, Reference to it-wil .trick. .of :unscrupulous. commllbn' .. go-off, undertakes -to, __,readeyel''bodl committed suicided.: One died from V > .. : < .
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f.: ,.. : 'show,;that EeVLaigoI1eaat of,Dade men vf ho"are; in aposItIontoiniiose i out of the party-fall who do apendicitis.. lOne.-died, from alcoholic 'ever shown' in iami.No limit'' to th., 4r ; fi'

f:t+ 7 ?county_-,while' l.i.,the keys u far:.south upon:,growers: ,when'! each: Is ,acting not concur 'in its especial l ktD'd'of died gastritis.of measles.. 23 died of typhoid.:, One quantity to. anyone. \j !I.. : ; < .: j
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-r.f aad -Keyincluding; that, .kej, alone 1 and.independent of h'ia neighbor' Democracy. The task will probably bea Tbe 23 deaths from typhoid fever V VVr; V_ l

j 'Upper:_,and ;Lower! : \Matecumbe.,and i -:ito decisive. action.-was taken at the .the bard. Son one,to has accomplish altogether,.The too attempt of caused the most of tbe but, We are now'making' < greitt .sacrifices in all.our] V

I'. :'fj. Long Island, al1t south(of::Key Largo-, meeting, Saturday.' .A,:yote.- was, ,taken personal interest ,appearance fiucb"about. considering the camp, it is the a wonder want of that disciplIne the lIst in V '" ', ,. , : .
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5 t are eait\bf-tbe: township line.between upon :resolution. Incorpithig'tbIsfeatureof IttobegenuIneV : '
was .
:
'f ) "F"J not larger. 'Ten of tbe men who SUMMER C3OODS. .
.. t wnlSand.-Ourmapenend'w" \ I -*. p _____ .
ognlzation'V.IfIsh1DpflglutOthconstitot1 V died were: sick when they arrived at
< .
, 4. .,. ...:as far aa the west line i .of.town:W! ;and i pof the;:Horticultural \JCjr8terionsPoU6ninff. .;J Miami.. CertaInly MiAmi was not : : ,

'S Z' ., **doea,not;(show- --- '.Lower- :/ MaUcumbe- --and. and :Agricultural r Society,which V Soon after tea Tuesday -evening of and responsible we*might for seven nine.of Had tbe tbe deaths, Straw flats, Helmets, Linen Suits, Alpaca -' ._ : <:" *:.'

: ,Long-Key,'which lie in town 85.' /.AaataieCin" was ':carried., {:{An .:adjournment wastaken this week}Mr. and Mrs; Forrest''. .ake. Miami been say commanded by troopsat a wise Coats and Vests( (both -short and clencalcufc| !)l f: -

,Lf :; 'S tiod:41,,'aVquoted, above, 'until, S&UcdYVistbr; '8th, and Mr.;..and., Mrs, Carpenter sister and firm ,officer- with any ordinary Lawns Gents and Ladies Ltffe ;": V 7. r -
Organdies
':;' l' ilwfllsre'apecIftca11iJve&aud. oe'seen that Dade county's: lines: when itisexpected,' bat.a: permanent and brother-in-law of Mrs. Lak :were knowlede sanitation, there would f ..,'

V:'' ; '< I ;! are not subject organization_ be"perfected I under taken;qnitesick\:\Not thinking! ';It anythingserious But have maledictions been ,np' reasonable were poured'complaint.the Cut Sho s./ In fact 'we.ar ,_ cjompellefl to'V :.f/ ,":

.... to qnestiorr? AHof the;tell north JJHo l allowed It upon "
thewlagof the_society.', V theyx fco_:run. Secretary ofJYar.fo establishing the .reduce ouMammoth Siockm everyV1hsV to V '
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{ ; :'i.. .-*of the north" end: afVKeyLkrgoVbeIongDade classfof j ersonyshould]1 be able to longer inn n near midnight f w f n the Miami.camp;,' _, 'V. "' .

-r"\.2 > ib colintyi By;;'general iocepta* realize .the necessity, organization symptom thatdeveloped .somewhat V\ V'V make rim forWinter .Goods., ..; V "

; "ijt: tIotbosesouth! : : of_ thatllnebe1ong, mare' fully 'than .the -.truck':growers alarming and Dr\Jackson v was To'!'the Vegetable, Growers. of Dado : :.. ( \: ; ; ) :

,. .', $ to ,llontw and have been.ab treated themselves>Some- 'cue orj more,' ot sent for,.who rendered aIactaieand;. V County. ':;: It < ;, .d ?.
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'.r1T;: .'.!;Tet theydonot if we can read English them are,;beaten, by, 'one- dodge-".andnOther they_were soon. relieved of\thersuf| { We,wish to call your attention.to,the W Are Agents < f < ':<'

;: .4: ;:ai:i>be.is. writ.: Sectionv48 t ; as';quoted by the aame rascally commission ' ferings.' ,It Was first.supposed: that fact that,there will.be another meetingof l'o: :- : : %: ::r.

.' :- b above"says:;*So much of the State of hboses. :ifopartlcuUrl record'is boneless" ham was the cause'tf; the the Dade ,County,Horticultural, and '

.i. : ...:ar; "!iordap.s.. ; Is; situated jsovtis/of the kept; -of' these: hou a.- One I hear:the sickness, and.Mr.:.Carpenter wbo came Agricultural:;Society on Saturday, the For Sweet Qrr&."Co/iu Overalls; ,. 'rhQmp n'i *" ,l'l:: 1

'f' 'fcouaijl: of',Manaiu and ViceS .of, the same men do, business: n.r'. tone nameandlthe toiiei.t a'late hour was cautioned'hot 8tb of October}. It is! the intention of 6o; >'etailhe Diiie:Mosquito[ Can- :-* :t:. '-

;county/of' b44J5b1UcODtItUW; the :next, year': under: a:different to partake that dish. After..further this meeting to'adopt by-laws and to | h I

"$ i.- J'Jl _.".. .,"county,of:](
:; ItI ;joe t county fire: just as .plainly i .J laid succeed.iu cheating the' grower( ::under, : credit t'"a'''lItile.boJ.w\ Jl( :Uf$: get tbe organization in working shape: )Vd: sell l Coats Thread to mer- ,io : f 4.1

"':.<4 :,1rM vdown-aa-are<< ; ,those ofDade.All, west I first one, pretext_: and ,.thenjanptber\ ; I who..is.stoppfngwith; them did_pot partake 'We hope, ,'that"the'growers will hold ... ; :.
chantsat41epekt1ozen. .
VVTV ...., t yDa >elongsvtoMonroeall! !'. ; *xtthof Even reputable: bouses,come under the I of thfti ed tea that'was served, '1t. DIeetingb !in the different 1 "sections:and.: .. V J' V !';

;. ? ,.JJanatee}belongs tOMOnroeWbstabouttho. ban of'dishonesty because Oft| glutted being! >his 'custom' ,to :drink: l lemonade poiu ,delegates- who' will come' to the 7 VVe carry the I largest assortment' :,. -', > t' .., !t,;

,keys 'which ,lie_'east andtovth market or bad condition I 'Instead and ne ." meetldg>prepared to go to'work:. with : ; : +'fIs :
; f :. ; they are compelled wasJtbe\onlyA: ;:one. note '. j. t -, <:-- .
:. of 'Dade and at the same time do I ) report poor:returns.!:Organ affected. ,As! to bow,the PO59r1.g! t in the determination:foot :pushing the'oVganizatiohNthroughitoJa > : : 'f'-

.>'V, ";r. -1ot, lie. IOktA of)lanateet'-' - : J'"...' ':-- ', laM effort :would_ ,enable,'growers.'.to. [the! tea Is a)mystery, ; and 'can :'only,be. 'succesa. Atis Umbrellas.. and Parasols, -- .5 -, :.'f..;r- : -+. *%"-r;

,, : V ., 'The key<*..which are- entirely.: left.with-;. keep-tabj>n',these- '-- -'.dishonest- .. .. inen and,. .. accounted for by some"poisonous herb o 'r:,cab id\oplnion! thatwiththelarge ; I. "" -'-'. '.V f-\! rJ /;

;, ;out>> Incorporation;;.In any_county, ,.const , at ih'e uinhueto ship to- the I.markets_ il being: accjdeotaily mlxed! ;and i: dried: increase'ot\t.be"crop. this n, V :--W. '
shaWl
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in
Miami. In facturstoe
ever
:_ 4; !!tu teethe, largest.and richest! of the! best; In condition to handle their pro with the tea.At. la t; tgVUje: tb'ere'mal.; be .serlouslos. es unless tbe : V

i. Jil' keys 1 of the, archipelago and. areof ductslrorn- day!to day. -_ '-r ..:' i sick l .;'ones were'_*_iowly..
> ?li- "greatjyalue.: ,.Tney'sbould belong to 1 There are 'other reasons .blc:hbrughothIattehtionof I Vf I F I --4 ; ,We'believe tbat the. ' v : / : ": "
many : only to get :
way
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1 Leomeouut, !'Dade, county,1 is.avery intgbtj.be; ; you' like thMtTRopOL15the'wou i ;: :; : ,. II III lowerratea" and better service,and also ':;,, ".. appreciated by.callingon V ;" ..us' .:..-' .:- ' V," ;',", ii'Yrturr : : :.-,;....:-..--:-" _

VVV7: '""li \ ..PI. ':-A would b jlad 161-m-V grow ;; They ..'" know /nt tt'y; ,I ,"" Ji to-day2 end us ".50 for alu to open np hundreds! mailer- markets : fo ploji.MJK.-.'" VV "
It"-4 dv.nce; or we will send it toy is to pull together.Let us ,\ otk ...-r1
brt t! 1111'.i erilorjr tLtJ L ?v>, LmgT 'I are. At present it is tb, *ioj> I .u fof 8.00 per year pa jab''! during : together and see'what can be done. I r .

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': Poi and Taro. Kanaka van seen and studied best ata lost in the murk of yea"./Mar h? would thin pa" e.. A spur, dank smell I "

1 eiu-lose articles from the N. \ Y.Sun luau, and I believe Stevenson wait rest in sweet sleep -wherever lie 1ies greet yout nostrils'a'the stuff neara C

of the 24th ult., and 7th Inst., tre- right. i'': have known several Americans for he has brought .joy w. the heartsand your mouth. You are in for a trial;iofhe ,

garding poi, which you may, think to jbe 'as thoroughly lamed by stomach of 'thousands of hi* poi, ow veil ij.io. yoa .cldse':'' ) : : t trw

%t. ,worth printing, I used to raise taro sitting at A luau as if they had been fellow men 'and women.' 'There' Is*art your- month ..andquickly' ...uek, .the' ., ;
:- here in Volusia county. We call it horseback' riding for the first time. upland tare cultivated In the h thi' substance from your flng r. Your3

'_& .tany U. I think It far more nutri- "Meat is' seldom eaten by the Kanaka talp by the native*'which.has more. mind is all alert, ',and you are Very ; . ,.-, '

3 f-: ". tions than the weet potato.. Those and.1 1 is seldom served at'a luau_ decided taste' and/whichasTIenrned watchful ot 'every1sen: ation j :Ypu' :! -

I* :? .;1. desiring to grow their own food stuff unless the Americans predominate.Fish to my coat ''tkg it raw, bite ,the wonder.' how'an1' could"hanker, O5/4 -_

: should raise it. If an appetite 'for'pol i* served in abundance. The waters throat like horseradish.. The lowland such vile, c1anUny.-cold&t' at mji fr

:. could"be developed among our winter 'of the blue ocean all about the taro is the chief vegetable in' the Island But the stuff has gone down.and '

' visitor*' tanyale would doubtless become Hawaiian Islands teem with a score and in early days 'constituted have eaten your first! pot It 1 : _ t :

- ; :" a valuable money crop. of varieties of mullet and mackerel, the natives' principal crop.; Whet' behind a taste of stale yeast;' It cka %

zT-'f. ,< E. E. Ropes.Astor and the Kanakas have an inordinate eookedlt'assumea' a mottled gray andwhite'appearance be traced by'a..Vac1 of warmnes*'i e ,) ;

: ;" .. :' Fla. liking for fish. A peculiar 'thing very like the' lava full length 'of the oesophagus'and e 4* TI -

tk ;:' 1. The article inclosed, while rather about the! Kanakas hr their 'fondness rockft/ hat abounds on'the }island The a peculiar glow about your ktoinaeh. ,w :. -

. voluminous, contains much interesting for raw and half-baked '. '. I have pro of manufacturing polls qu te "If you are very .stout-hearted"ypu E'i

.- matter. It follows: seen the tate King Kalakaua munch long, and has been in 'rogue,icunlA lof may eats few: ore'dab, of;poi from -

'ti\ ;; The diet of the native of Uncle the flesh ,4fa I mullet 'that had been years In helsl, ndB. A ,great'bQle the' calabash but,not 'oiCnteadqea \
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; Sam's recently annexed Hawaiian islands swimming{three minutes'before. The is dug in the' ground, and into''this that. You feel\sorry that you-have :r' .- : tsJ

r, ;.' ," said Harmon E. Buckley, who. largest fish in Hawaiian water is/a the taro roots are placed around piles ;disappointed the 'Jovial Kanaka who pSaety'G

t"j ;.._. was local agent Monolulu for a sugar species Isharlc. Its weight is geni of hot stones' The'earth is then heaped ,has stood by so' expectantly lwaHln _

J .: cane company for five years "i* erally about'thirty,pound It/holds over 'the'.place and 'the taro left:to for>ou to'expressyourpraiseof: the

r one of the interesting thing about ,the place f honor"at a big luaii, just steam. When the taro fe thoroughly wonderful'poi." .

:'f- ; them. What one eat indicates one's' as. turkeys! does at an American cooked, which often takes several '"Oh, never mind,' he says a* bore -. f
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1-; .! social standing in Hawaii. The ar*- Thanksgiving" dinner. It /I* cooked hours the, .roots are dug out.again, da your thoughts from the exprts- .

tocrats of Hawaii are the children Df about ten, (minute* only/, Then the peeled and pat into a huge stone receptacle sion out. your-face; 'you no' Uke poi

the missionaries who sailed.from N< w tough'J skin is peeled 1f, and the i in which they are pounded now. You Uk .hun',.all same' tbniqr-. llh1ot! ai -liiiiefLo,'.:; ,iate1

ft' England around,the Horn in the th r- steaming, ddoriferous/flesh, is cut up nto a pulp. This work is performed row or next 'day..t.1a ow. I know. f ''. '! ' ; : : -'
i ; ties and forties, and took the GosPel and put onjti leaves/for' the .feasten. by the men. It is an'.arduous task "Of course you knoV better"'than ,ginestlnand, Service.of ." No 'Transfer' ;B twuiuYork "I&cboDW.if. ,

2 to the Kanaka The 'native were Small raw fishes of the mullet family and on a hot' day (and,nearly a4{ daysare th t. You've had your nil for:alijetime. - and- New I< ;i '

: easily converted to Christianity and are a delicacy' at a Kanaka luau. tIt hot in the islands), the pounding : If, however,''you give in to t ie. T1est- Is composed ,.th.tOIQ1tInt, Baji
the Yankee missionaries and thir ha often tried, he nerves of an Amtr.i of poLls a scene over which it-is advisable quasi hankering 'another'trial of '' JLUlc. '! ( ).,.A lI "C1I1tn *|"XBOQTJOIS. ,"; .,

J young wives became so happy' in t4e i leap guest kt'one of these feasts jt to draw.a veil. phi a few days later, ,'you are a :'poiplcure : ,#." .; -_r11Q'OL3.r." -t-- -1-s-j : : ,
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beautiful, .fertile, islands out in tie decked young' 'Kajn "Yankee invention has taught tie e from that time !o.rh01f s. I NORTH-BOurdi/.' -- < .k "-.. t ,
seta gorgeously '
1tesers '
arwarpointedTto
Ail according to u. Ud 't ., ., ).
Kanakas'how to jnake wholesome, .1t
:1 Pacific that very few jot them ev er ala woman i reach into, one of the poi and,of good Americans'have troddsn ,From. rnmt..at.Cbtrl ,eston) Bandars, 1'aeI4&n aDd 1--','
left the tropical paradise. Their ch il- I so that the old-fashioned, crude pi>I 1- the same downward path to heathenish Prom ..,...... ..'.- .W aD4 J'r14an '
\ooden. bowls of water arranged ntlittervals For hour t Mlltnr Ord Lbwche4aly. or JacJaonviaBOUND. &D4, 4- ; . -"
'. dren intermarried with the tint st i ai>out .the tt leaves, and making ways are passing Lwa Tie diet before you. If.you go abort : .. _"! i r ; <

': Kanaka children, and with the Yank se snatching, therefrom a writhing mal poor backwoods natives still Honolulu' you will see your4 acquaii.V-, s Mm..ve- 'appointed v tovefl. from. .Fler;; ,'East Blv f - -' - .
follows j t - '
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c spirit,of jhndnstry and fnvt'ntlot, s y let about ,twice the size of a sardiije, their own pot When the mare: a 'ces in the restaurants and" hptila Po-cMrlvetorL. C ,..;...;........'?.; ._.....M0ntys.W1nhldhys&Sd? -"nit.7Ma7.i ) '.: .

: developed the sugar cane industry n I bite off'Its ;head and munch the nib thoroughly beaten" and dip into their calabashes and ,heir, ,For JaekconvtOe.Tbw (calflnc at'qiarte,ton.)'KaadaTftTWedBMdAT* and .i ;' -, f' .
;r : tbets1and.AscoreottbesOnofmsslonarles is mixed with water to the jpropjer them expatiating 'the .delights' 1
down. Ofte [ 'balf dozen live mullet on

; t . from Massachusetts' a id from aquaritim:'are eaten by eabb D'-istency-about'\ good thick poi. and yo r.begm.to aspire. to taite 1yda D Noi Ell1aii dS;SoutheiI; : .
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fr, *Connecticut are ,millionAires, .i in.iawall individual at p luau.. Some oT.the more paste-strained through acoaree,cloth again You think,about it by day a fd : !

;- .: , Several are ,inutirnI1lionah4s.c dainty; Kanaka women who' have observed and set away for two or three days night and at last you venture. Before ,
. is reckoned $l until it begins to ferment, when itjisready .(FREIGHT O.LY.; .0 .4- ; 3 .
estate are of i
Bishop aware ityou're"calling i
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c the expressions of amaremejiton Camac: at Char).st on. 8..&.'both_waraji .j': '
_. 000,000. It was all made from'cape the face {lot the & -f aeed guests to be eaten. It then tastes?a the Kanaka poi at every meal, and . merir.Appotnt4 to&nu" yollow*. '. , ._. ,"I",)J'. f\ f I :_"
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little is
sngwr. -in thirty year ; may'select'merely a minnow, and will 1 like-buttermilk, and. veryynutritious yon wonder how many.million* of dl-, Prom:Foot. *jjffifrgg Jactonnvij., From" UwV. 'Waaff,Dnon.CLYDES I' :
"This part of population dines content tbeu.selvea by1 rolling, 'it im1der I and wholesome, The natives lark could be. mad by the man, who f"P .LYs.Jl" ,"! _. '

J: on..the t.Ca ea of oysters.pack wl their'tongues. \| eat it by the gallon. Give the average should successfully introduce 'po!. ,t.o ', ST.. JQHI SPAiJLTKA. ;'RIVER ''LiN ; it.,
native a big pot of half a :
poi
United ,
: jueecomebyevery.boattotheThAmeani : ; '"I4veaq Ids partaken of at\\ a luau, the; State It la extraordinary '

: 'in Bo lu1u Yrom, as a sort .pi entree. .The fishj. is not dozen raw fish,and 'a bottle'of gins: id how one, finds so' many. .excuses '? JACK5OjYUdL ,- nlfBJRy'LnQ.J"i. ,8Alf7OBttNTERMKTJlAH >._ ENTzRpniaz 4 _.rr..a.: .Jm; : f'4{'.'"

.. ; .:*. apeakey ;Hundred*.of.heads;;lee.a-! easily caught,\and is, therefore, a1acTberea xlil- you may have the kingdom and tie poi| You take pot for an appetizer, LANDIWCBON.TftB, ST..'JOHNS. RtYa ,.: ; . ::' ':'3-

v . ;,: are taken from'Michigan to.; } t ; squid, epicures lain jag refit of the earth as well. He'willsquat yod.use it as"a top dressing after d; Steamer ** : bay :i"' .. .j' t:
; break <;
,.": 't. ry'winter...Ton f;Califbraiaivege- the Kanakas7''just a* there 'a rta- "lipon the)ground, .tie, ae ri., you. ballasi' with. it, before e4t- ; | ajTyla '', ,; '> :

;.,i table are'consumed by American 'Jinv pin epicure in* New York; and,'Balti- head off cue of the fish, take a, bite r--.. : .t \ :
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frdmjts raw side pack ItI, in.a.mou .
\ the islands.: The English resident more. On the island of Kaual the e appointed'to *aU a* foUoir*;, '

S ,; .have.their roaat beef and they sometimes are dozens of (great ponds of salt water ul of poi and wash. the whole down' .Florida East :Coast ; Leaves Jacksonville..-....... ...,.....?.. ('.. .Tnewlayi and. 'sitnrdir: at,.999x.ai: ,. 't '-(.
>' have to import it in.eold storage :where ajud-a' ,small species jof with swallow of gin,' and repeat tie Leaves Banfard..f. .....!... ........;. ... ,.vUondars'and.Thunday* at f M p'm.PASSENOKB .. : j."

r .. ,, from:San "(Francisco.; The UxrusanU* the cuttle "flshp-are:. ,cultivated. }x- process until-all hare disappeared. > GENERAL Airo.'ncaapr OFUCT; aMT7BBtSAT8tC? & .
Kanaka Jn Hawaii eats "' 4 -- - - :\
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Every poi I. sOlrvILL
of Portuguese in Sawall;have.dUhies ;
: ; Queen .Lilinokalaui had/a pond aome -
.-.: ; ',reeking'In garlic and chilis,,while,the, two acres in'area'on :'her estate where from theexoQueen tothe poorest,peanant..There .- \lailway.. : ,,w.uwAnvwroxpia.6BowUq Q.f./Tork.\JI: . 1J1Yt'KR, - NO- Ji.: p i ;:
; are dozen..ofvaya of sery THEO .. WMtBllr8t.o.J ,' o. ,
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; 5oooChineee'; regale themselves, .on squid* 'were growq for the money : SOOTH BOUMD. L. mo. L. HOw.um ; "-'f
ing poi. One at.the most satisfactory -STATIONS"" I Bo11q_ .New Tork I ItJ'OGt =;
*; : the'sale of 'an'd' ; Hocm J h.Cf. '
: rice:and dri Bd shark* fln*. The Jap; there was in them fpr r. "
." who hare:"been'in Honolulu Jiaarc I Lv.TackaonvQle. ........ .. ;Cen'Igents,. '
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:; .. Vegetable liae\ancient ,squash.-1 Every the natives like is a dank slimy' returned, to their native l1eatha1rith. Ar SL Augustine .....z050sj410p uowunf! Green; New ,Torn,atr.' : :D t ,-""" ,
.Steamer'from (&ng 'Kong'.nd YokoChamabrlngs squirming thing with 'a strong fishy Lv St. Anguttia ..... -
soula Lv ....... ,
4 J; *panting after poi cocktails even Hudngt ; c "
', :ton of product*'f rthe smell,and,a great staring' ). Hold a more than-the hart pantetb after 11 ArPiIstks. .............,..... II ssai.J} isp lag, 'you use it.for broken,storage. to the smoke,out of the been and several, lt '
;:Oriental;tablee'Ilt.the'. ialands..For tJi' live squid up before assemblage of Lv Palatka ...............Izo4ss44IOPArSn
water brook; Pol cocktail is a marvelous Mtteo....... ......- 6 make other viand*,ride easy U.your feetairay from it.|Bmoke woold hara < I'j
effect [ .SIt
Kanaka there 1 abundant fpo1--an ed- Kanaka'and the, magical. Youwill m .
; | decoction, manufactured in I L. SaIl Mateo ........:.... .1 f1 food doesn't taste good you fiai a Jit- ,llaatrou effect'orrtkalllxrlng..to-. .' "
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k, ... ('that-might pass for:,bIl posters _,,see a movement of the lips f'evenewhoI thisway: The artist t&kesatall, glasi Lv.Esit PaIstks. ............ It JOS 5 qt tie Pot, to' tone ,up',your palate.; ilf bacco, 'imparting-" : it a..*tajeand/ ;
At Ly Ormoad... ....._.. .... '
: ., t.'fi'PaIie.flYe da1..oI rand'ama'kf.I oki upon'th&fisb. loop 49PLv : >
tjL \: : yonlare .out. .. rnnder-tbe .
: and a long 'cracked ice ;'nibhalf'the LvDsyton"r 6zp at nts, ; odious flavorj 1-r- '
VJ :: ( _ed":5quid,,cooked seaweed' aW1.. a/luau the1:squids:are: held upon'the spoon Lv Port.Oraat ....... ..... I p cup : .
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"; : '" -., 'attached-'' 'small IgldBs, and a tiny-"bunch bi! Lv New Snrn* .*............. ISSPISSP 7$5p weather,yon take a Utt1ioi.foiuystoxDach'asake. : .gThe"resulta.pi'.ihia:,yexVi roppi -1 .
1 .e f f.: -1etdogrotedIn. ti leaves and!! a ti)leayes by>stii'ng* bruised peppermint goes in also; a I Lv,Oak,Hill, ....?....... ...rn..a a ., Jt is]useful aa an!eve I not comingup-to1 expectation 'llf'
i"I1 combuStible drink made from the ffc. weights., A 'f eastexf will 'reach over ; LV-TftIaIYiI1S .........I .-r.. E
'< : '" teaspoonful of. sugar' follows then I LvCity.Point: . ......._....""... -F. opener, in the: morn1nItiservea'admlrably ; Doatter oi acreage on account oif.ttoe'drouth ; : .
t i :.ineniatioa:':oT; ?TOOt.; From:all .thiirpTovenderJ now and then and reaic"off a tentacle Lv.Coco* ........'........,.. ...?.. as' : ,
r : : come two,tablespoonfuls of poialonj; r Rockledfre ..............':.. :::::; a. night jCap-.on retiring. in:.the spring-*eneonraglng.lt : :
'! -. native and feign,,the Jd- From a squid, 'jandwhile:: the 'poorcreature' .wItha,; ,dash of absinthe., The ,bIt,, LvEaa Gillie ,.............?;. J4SPs ... .. '/'taks. the place:of;:afternoon jtea,:'\ : baa'ieen demonstraied/thai.by i'. ..tI
Ptt& JteheD:'.Honolulu-are able itq toake doubles'and",expands'in'painit Lv Melboane ..........:.....
glass is next.filled with seltzer'water, L-&baIds.M ; and, tiffin is incomplete:,withcrut:; poi. making tne ee4)hed.isr1yiJrxIgsthig 1 :
i;' ';'dIan4ni1naUngqholoe which,:give :i to dismertthika willshew LvStUick....,..,.:::::::::::::: 4p.: t:: : iVf' "
have contracted 1
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: and the ,artist behind the. bar ma;, Lv,Port Pierce .......... .;.... 6 .:4 IDwotd. you :poihabiL. and protectlngtheplaIt..withthin: 1 .
1' ""th ''b1Da1o'fare5.t ome entertain. :?the.-meat down with. eriri_ oft LU_ ,' _:_,_ : _' s -, t.- ., ) .* & ,'- doth.'&, ;tramjnlantiiijr.hfor :
with admiration thework -------- < ihtfsun
gaze on pf ? *t
; Wh 'a'pecuUarpigjiaacy;;, : t i ; Jensen ;..............;,..;...;.. 'a :'
L If.. ... \ ; ; f i; y man. .King Kalakaua,:used,'to jnsi 1* Lr Stnart '.. ...._................. ::: : Then.cmneyo .. :the"expertperiod of i. eeonio; -AriuW-g .1 _
,3 ":,ft"T e":ittlTe of 'the'ftraiIahjs-' Bhrimp'are: luxury :aio in ihe < cherry LvHobei, .............. ). development as a' .eater.;,You stand can be obtained 'la ;1 I.
ddIdonofapreerved
.upon nren a aeveredrouth
& Lv West JnpiterSTA ;......4... .
;* .s >*lands are"tamoTis eater.f Theyhave5 a the Kanaka dielT.'They f are neirerpre., "or. tby.tokia\ 'poi ,cocktail, LvW-estPimBe.ch: _....... SIP .;..! begin to know that*there is lan pbIYi I !(-Then'.when:'the:r.y- eaaottcomeii : _
W '.. f a b1e: 'W pared.there_ by IboillBg/.takes, soifce L. Lbatoll". ...,.....;_.....COP ..... ai ____
; : Robert .Louis ., .1 talk1eariiedIjou.; poi :one ofthje &
and stenson' used to L. Fort Laud :....... ': on magnificent growth In pro j I .
t ;.1f11 li'ttw.J7in ouj 1'-t l1 rt.tttea neretobtchinguat1vegiiingacoloredn4miIu'ivitha'wreah: Ix.Lemoca itJ,.. ..... ... ;. _
r t th ni : have a.little vermouth,with.J a .Bat Ar Miami .r..;.........1..... U" : great .lnati tionJ, 'of ,the' vWorld mated, t,wo, /Ore aucker'crops' ae ' 1 __
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'. 10 tieiU1r" h such,.artistic t ; effecte take. ..time,,.ani 4 ." , ,and wonder how the' world,'atlarge secured;end-harvested icarlybefore _" _
::; "- J: w\:.4Jphyidcalj'lnjury.Jwrt;; i i..fiOwerBbO12jkthOU1deT5fidher / , : :the.;Average; man,,cannot; /well.sized ,1 ";, 'f' ".oUBoUN.--. : . '$ ':I...'f baa done so long without'it; You_ be the; wutnmnju .&. prostrate the1 J _. __
i ;; : ir m'tI ne':J1 mettiorl 1w1iin i" Ui p irodigious J;hlrsue.jdecorations_ ,' ,'put ;; C,
No to riant .
ndLwatehthe.carehiltlabors.of.theu.ar1at| flONS ,' jBtNa _. particular as J theslapcapd; : .eMxeage/ne! ye r' I'be.t";
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-" 4.0 :bind llntofa bowl niOyjDmdy -- _
;3 ''.1. '.Kanakas. *la. 'have'1. L-aneM. swart; .:woodeif.. .l long: enough. ..Indeed 1 ., : t ,t.I'Ly. 'ExSuLv appearance of y bur3Jrestarirantfcafar '" t. : 'Very few. , ? t j. ;inoui feast-abaut : nce or)every..t ort.k of:shrimp1:and biing' forth.a handful you :will see the ,customer anxiop* f ..._.... i bash .and, finajlyI.purchase-'one:'aft 1J L .l'fO'utbeoth "classes.'of-" .'.4nDT. r..". _
: and staff Lemon i- ::::: : : :
oftlnywriggUncreatnres; ;
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: c ;nightlHhermost"Kfngr.1t1i1.a'k8ua"UIed.J.tofhaNet ; .hand ;breaching i Across' the Jt arfl LFortLscr1ais. :.::::::::::: I L... .. 1 your,. own. 'taste. ,: 1Sfpu"riegarajwith. .. .diavor *- ers wiU,remove 4o.Cuba,orI_ priorBlco;' _
gorgeous1 1t1r n.i i e met4 hem- vln?herfj monthf. ,.J.remember" ' b&IJlIuoka1aniQatei whil the artist is putting on the.r finatouches. Lv Lintoa!.......... ,.....;. i the ,blunder of.inexpert .poieaters. the.;experience a/I dissatisfied *' '
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: Lv.Wilt Nm ... . .
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BeacIb. .1
"' at a luau/given,, the Princes* ;; f c
.. or bZ.the.oIdattIvesin.Honolulu. ng o. by' Pbi from'*taro' is not intori .LvWsatJtipftu.. ..;...;... It_ is':not .'considered]:elegapt growers, who .tried Jamaica af ter.'the.; t .1 __
._ l 'nath&woIa' : ,Queen)-whenBoheri :Lv Hobe .....;.... !S . '
go'wlthoiut .
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rh1averag icating;except in a high state of fermentation. to. USe more than! twofingers in"eatng : freeZe has _
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Ly Stun .._... .;........... : notbreaeaesr1y .4
;. .. u..graaa hU 1Lnd'-tofhtli'r tber""thJ&n ; Lcmi* 'Ion h> 3:hisfirst: lnTroductibn ; Homrt comeVlby Its re- i L.; .... !.;......4..... lana 4+-' 'i it or to'put'the siuff.on"the'edges ill:: .Ave" i4t rne&r 8,: .Power*, :inAmerican. . :_ _
'* tte love.ofraw Lv-aaen-, ........; ..... ' *
al1' o ; shy "
J fbrep"a) wtbds1gamfly or, a .: nabnitating :and twice-blessed power Lv Fort ,Piere''... ..+........ 9501S7 ..,.,., of, the.cabibash. or drop.any. oT'it n.transit. _. '11 ' : ._
; .r J'compahy b'firleridsNtwo 01"thr times' the'. Ea akaa., :;.1'smile, :.*till atthe f LY SL 1.aeI.. ... ... .. squire 'scientificwirl : '
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; stimulate downtrodden man n one Yon .a , : : ;
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Sebattlaa .. ..........;. 10 50* d h P..
: he looked 10 _ _
q l .: /tf'imonth.: e.'hardeBt';: work'-I'liaVe memory'ofhowutonl.hed; : can* teUNeverthelesii, .!1t1stbera.. L" Mellao1lrDe'.........._......II'4S ; of,:the nnrenathngnp" : The;Best.rab1e:J'cnflL, .-' ___

,1l ., 1.,; ?-e.ett' ile nKai: lca dO\ha.l oeen'jn 111 spi'ainffortso"appear J "t >.; -,miemovedbenveybandsome j_ -ri ere 'te'. one' or'twp1; ee tin San ..Lv-Eockdgs"LvEsnGflhe"s.c.....;......... iswpuatp* iT! mouthful :and .8na1ri;: 'grace'jin : - f
:-,: ; :ring'f !, n1uau,4and i .iomeliakd ; a jollTpung.'ladyropposite Francisco where,poi e cocktails'may he L. Cocoa ....,....;.;....._. ."10.. Conveying oy4r m i nth," 4.\ As'a.matter. or fact theflesh of.;one, .. ____
: 'him t grabbed: a -vCltrPoint..............;... u jop .:..; .;: weia-cared-fpr'chlckenrpr turkey as'rood
;, .; Vork'must.aiway* be done in getting. obtained,1*and'men'who'* have'.been":to t."Tit1a i ....;.....;.. auroo : ; :'
;
.' 1 I ,1" ? e1 7lor.iua th t 1.'a'mat., niass oi(}llreosbrimp: :andvstuffedj. a the' islands"and t l'lta.'n' need ''call .foribi4toth&rnass LvNew..v'Oak.Hfllv .6ay.';..;;;.....;..;;............ .6... :The Florida Tobacco-CroP." g 'li"'the"most aqlXhat j'of'aIio; her. lfa"doubt'!"' *. |cful _ _

',:;, ." : Theseteasti'are7isuaHyTerved( iin handful:Int herVmouthJwith,unmia-i : of' 'people' on' the Port Orann. .........!.....I }st..of theJ'IflnsPe'l.. 'oow. ,:& .1. particular. epicure: : 11____
LvDsytons-. .. ...'.. . 1--' J could
tahblTevidfiieeo relishDried. ; ; - ever.tell whether a certain
: : piece
1:1.: : the open air;.At.theroya1 palace;ibyA s4a.peeaandserve acjfic/coast its beneficent :equalities L'Ormondi.- '.- .6ps in&in. barn,or\ibox;-the;second,pr l ,_ _
weed chopped with,a"aavory:sauce lot LvEsstPsistks :;:::.:: :::::: .: : I h tad come-irom a Plymouth'JJocit or a ?
all ? ? < ___
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Cocker under .
: took'place(; In :. great.banquet1' little known. crop is w1r' :.AhA
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t } It of themanyfcases ,
are. one way
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Aii5 . ...... U tar\ ate it 4-
n Mttca . ... al U
8 pit- }
; ; 'Bal ; ''" game the
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.! i:: Th gorging\I".h t.,alwayk aoeonv ; ; ::. whereln': travei,is an" edu- Lv SaIl Mateo'................, lOP .... .oo.9f.that. ha*' 'been 'tb red.: :The- coneert. what: _
fleilii a. We
.' :, '1'.panted i:ty music'on;guitars;2 and.:a" pe- other entree.Then.: .there:are doaensof. est1od.'"" Ar PalatkaLv' -.. .: ..... \ JCa Florida tobacco; barn"la.bailtt,. ,: :is .mean:by ,* f'- "__ __
PalatkHutinsii7.7'.... ..... jiaij4S3P the beet/table fowl Is'that J. .
fruits servedi in' onitheti *
: wKicJi
one
f '- : TcTilla? natire.strtDgd instrunaent.'likeia ; : manyways, : "WbenebasheenI Honolulu .!. ! : c11 1i ian from thAt.of: Vhs"''iwrti.The'latter" ; :
: 'leaves' -<3in and amixtnre; of milk L"- ............ !.i. ha* ,the'.heavleaT weight ii -i c
'- ><,srude\;' silou. :"Th .meaVis. .Mfvea1. on ,' several days'land(has heard.the virtuesotoike4onerery Ar St.AntT. iae ..... .!... 5" f is: high] and .hafrow;; hePlorida1a.nIfs'widennd : .or.h-: .ft
.r' -; wafer.and "gin are;the "drinks..j .\ . : > St.-AngnrtiiuL..:;.;... . 1&[ .' s* those j>prtion*)of, the '
-, 1: .; {{the giii 11.1eaa.wft: i.of.J suge {;Bih. rtherti"lirthe . ,. '.' _, .hand, ",'hi. *" cuji* Ar,JaclcaonviUiU ......... 6 10 par -r- ..- ,", -. -" .. '. low- ,,coverljigas favorite' cuts..ThV'breaat'and';tilgh* ___
E1 ,' lilies, 'are used.aa'table1oths., .'I'ie poi.r ;That Is routed : mu groundaaposslble.Noflr
3 , ':;... *;;foo, heaped, on*the\ Uitaven' 'oef ore' de ertes'a-whole'ebaptier... tb It eir. In oalty der Into,> :one of..the T many n"1ll'little"wan tau-B;>tWEEN.-;- :CITY NEWSMYRNA'"JUNCTIONSOUTH :4.;ORAN.. -ti. is*;built, for it i* considered important must' :bejbeavy, "n 'a;good.table' fowl e' ): ,

i' ," '. .:.* l'the'fwt.en': ;cOm;..and \there);,;>jslio; all ,the.;range h of foods. "'!bf"'the. humitn, .kTOts'In, 'thVdiyrand artfully. -ask.:forpol' ., : ,.: -' ,BOUND.J; to-nftye'the;T por''and.moisture" frqmtjround rn rvroDortlon io thft r m tn of:the '., ,._' _

.-;' 'passing:of-food to\the 'gnetal, ;Each race there nothing thatcn'beedtoI. 'com1 H. 'uTif;ion';'Vere;;B J veteran'_bfto "-that :. :STATIONs." _. ; .'i lNo. 1i '- 'rise,up" 'and ''p the bodInorderiohaye- thckbkeas7- ;: ; r. "-1 .

:' j person lit the luaiT.*its "croa-legg4d i ..: 1words
L".Lake Helea ........ thusi'be"edrby fowt, :Ilil ,
> ; ; .J II 18& the tlier ;
.t turkish::aahion'on :elegantly woven of;the;Hawaiian;Isiands/and"nothing 'you'.wooden,bowl, JcnovnTamong. LY Omifv City ..._.....1..... ,SIp rich and. mellow'Ti. :, ,Florida. barn}is '1e | '' ;. ,
.; ,cram matA, :.about':p e..edge of,the"area can.her be'deirised 1 I that wfllTflll the the anaka*"as a"calabash, containinga &Ov.sgsQtyJssei1os..4 a isplia tOP provided' " -with numerous' -2 iwindow"' ':fi.iei:and: : ,scratcher. vlfl f* itf_ _

: :.3fti'leaves.and_:,L, Th&ine&l J i place*:ofpoi''in/ -{;the"a ,e';;'ot,"theKiakas. '_ n; ;:queer'J looWng/grayjsh. iticky conH ,AH,'trains,City Junction between baily.aapt New f Smyrna Soaday.'and Onagt., 4BETWEEN ::- opening OTitward at ilje'bottom, Wing prove" tq be''the r :best' : ::fowl' :.for j- Itte4",1i :_ _

.)ne,course,.ani: he" feaster eats'aa he ., ;Every''bne' ; who ha'everbeenin pound* You 'are..J sure i. id-regard ]it hinged ;t, the top; and inf the!gable : 1::habits' :give ',the muscles" _
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,. 'n ;' 11 ereire' .no'kn1.e or' ia. Honolulu Icno vJhat'poV 11: Long askance and'ask'for, but ,-.' '". 'ORANGE, QTY JUNCTION; ; enda'there are frequently-|pngrentijator of the legs and breast work-to do that,, ..: ..__
: spoon \ ,you .,7. NEW SUYKNA. -, _
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,> : i ,. render them firm Jmc fine liratead .
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#, One*(fingers are'good enbugh for'dining ,before the" steamer iro11.fton''Francisco are'told it. is tb'be'eaten with the 'fin'T '" -. NORTH, oply one board in width; .whichD ._ _

.. ;.' purpose*=jai a:luauVThe"least,uu- nceiHonolu1n'haiborthcItiatedbegint ' /.' i- gers., ; " ,t. Eo'"m1 -STATIONS.. . ,' J BOUND.f: : m: No.4 i ,the owner:to'open e-'h&Ut: living hem*tabby; and jhUotlooe*: '

:.4 . . ally;continue eftral'.h The:"fitr; I : rt j * ,'no'one'could_take that stuff Lv OrangCity Junction.:. -sp ;ul rl ace of the gable tndI1drlot' Qsstw fn the shape.of fatt. ., . .4.
'. br OranMCity..,........., .. u S9P| .44P :: 'This"ii"the -
$ \ test' Kanakas':can .sit:,with}their Tefes U,'W11 'the,day'afer;>tomorroTv :al ..P.' intbe1 ir, ,fingersiC r'1"w' gp-',,, ,':,: Lv'Lake Helen. ...;..-.r...I]u 40p| 4 fsp weatinerCthe Tcnt lators are closed': bj - ,renAjfljhejC'. "" ,
; ," ,1 I.N. .... ... !
.1 Sat7IM.O. | i '
I ; 450 5 JSP classe fw1a'&nd
: doubled up beneath',them 'all:day;atd thktlmeyouui; beUgi: : _. _M 4ch'yes! r just seeknd into a companion All train between New Smyrna (lay.and opened ato ight i in the ralpj -;furnlsltgoaIe, : _

.. 'night'and'never hate:ft;suggetion pf You,:hear, \\ .on every.aidv.unH]: ::dish'.your"instructor dips:two -.eitj'fvactIon. Daily except Soaday.ZET .;. ., was ;"when: 4be.aIi: Is: humid, ;they *-'wha txaltethe. vJVenchr'andTMediterraneanr ; ;, _

., an' ache, 'but (is'.postUre ,torture )ltd laitiyou, begin/to.,look; forWarj witheagernesst.o finger. ,,'hnd. ..with a twirl "only. ,' 'aequirf : ASD' HAVANA.J : are closed'except during-the-forenoon, .breeds .t' qch-:favorites! .' I,
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.i-'cit7, ; KeyWsit. 01anioio :the '' ;
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: S ukmer4eanor'Eurpean who Is,*4- your)introduction ,tjpoiiNotjthat ; "by:..long,practice withdraws-.:them Florida Eut Coa Company- :leaves when thei J sgeffleralrya brlefio1 among ,those' ,.whp are,jadges'of"'good _

_ > 'lug.-hin i n t'Inau,<;1Vhel;the,feast las ;ypo,.know:-.what poi.J .,, .JNoone'ever loaded with:'a huge',''gob* of'the corn day Miami and(or'Vricfan" Key,,Wett after>oa.Mendayt.oWi arrival] 01 train iron bright: 'snnvhine.: ThtiU' enemies' the Pou1tI'1' It maierenot" "th&t a.Leg. .

'c 1' ; progressed'about, j n"hpur.- ('..1a.tbl t J lKgg hat -iIt is jfleemed, poundr wnichM*'at:;!once transferred JaduonriQe, naldnf eoeoKeoona at Key West grower haa to"contend agaiiit Jin tie horn. : weigh. '"b. ih t';: ;a -h. asa. '

10. ,. "' ,seen' any. ?oTtIrAmerIcan: "wu sufficient jorySa Bysnow.'thati;poi,Is, to lila' "mooth'l'd.wall: : -."'his a witb.: op>teamen.(1taDdanI,for Havaa tine) on' Leaves Tuesdays JCey ThushessTeTabIessbow West-, rainy:;*_oa. are. mold raivd. stem-rpl .BrIhma.- . -.Two tghirnz, ..can :** rat: _

'JG."ah@dtcj u : :bepolitfl.perspire.with pojia : 'O-",are"_ "forcedvto. .T;content-your-, countenance;assuming. ,::meantime:' nexpression.of daya moraine;'tad in Saturday tine to connect, rrivinf with Miami..north bound-next li>is seldom that .a) mnggyck ed.,or bought,for- the..eostotoutBrah.mawelghing -,
.:"" : 'while he forced smiles and';tried:to bejigireable ; -.:,dreamof. "Ithea.waltlngTjon. gusts; :) atitude.; TouTclo'notknow train,'. '- *- -*' -*- : .pell'Jasts'over iwo or[three days twice: much:a' he : _

P? ;' *& ':during hi* 'Kanaka:' :'hort"elaborateloan > .H.ti. -: .'. :k4 :whaVrejqpresaion, ,,may.have'tak 4-' tie. :time. 'at'which,,: : *:eau1man1puaUoftheeniUatiI&all; of tem, .-' a the, ">cost- per, poTmd'wheth-,

t. / ,:. ,. .jujbert Jjoui teTen-! ade &om'. :,nilOj; en_ ,Its.,abode .''Hipon_ .your visage,' but nd train and boats nay be expected'sirfv t vth tw'needed::.to preven :f reraised; :or boughr I*.;the.,same..ABrahma .'

',--t : t:3 ',on;took naturally to"the:'cnstbms' ', ._e;:our :pota% a. i. you;;know,your princrpal,sensation .iJ, btrt-their-depart arrival from 1M or-.departott several stations and the-,potu...I their ocourrence. :flhedAinpw" 11 .. :I* always sharp breasted;

51toftbr'ld: ""u any ;paleface .1/baTe only-)in the Bawaflan t 1A1nIdS,}and one of'Sm6n'Pttrehorror._ |1t 4 f. stated IIoJ4 Is not. itself twnmteed, .responsibU,'nor'does: b''aay.the Company delay : er;is\protracted Q'oweyerf it'.nosay lx! untesiit'jybutter.;: : : fat, whUe/allege

.f 'i: ,ever,known.:}] :The'people'of the South there it may" be found.'la the water, I '.** rheheomeayourturntoj; 'or/other.eoateqoencesorj jrd: 4ence .
: nda:wonderful I fascination the* \ For Copy o{ time card eatt at a6 West Baj P J.he h .br
_. .tPaeIfi. > : : >V edge, of ponds] It.?has";a.,big TiztIveIyyon1iforefiier1ntothe , (trtet. JseksoaviUc. or-addre**,, . : .around' over R.fi yeveapIumpbre.TbedIffei : b

'.'- .i..f'. t him. ,tan'"" .he loTed .to:see.them. :fat, green Jeaf Uke'm3--'Tbe: jpgOjyjjjtaro h, .'pearl' ;,grayrnaM" 'r. "' ".su< l.gatheios"C "" .m'S .', P.:"BT ,_"I 1lG.. "fl.. Introduce;.n:, small'rfboxnstov ha"" i5 u ed'by\.tiWdlfferenth, bit""*-1i '.
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; Featherry. C. G. Festherly.r carry in' stock 5,000 or 10,000 tent STATED OF FLORIDA. proved lines oI the famous yacht Chee- SPARKS ,FKOM WIRE. volunteers, was at eW u'' Depurt-i .

In times the demand is of : which the 'to 'beat. / ment and occasioned /
Tii pins. :,war maum boys hope recently ac _

I ITkMI IllTROPOLI s course, far greater. Like many other' The Wabun will.-be: 'cat-dgged for the --r. ".d. much interest among the employees asa :

manufactured articles of wood, tent MALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT present, and after a thorough tuningup TELEGRAPHIC"NEWS, ,- . FROM" ,-*:ALL y.. :returned' Santiago herov f L ofamet'

.i Published by pins are :made in the West, in factories EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. with the Meta she:win be open for PARTS. Or .TBEVORLD.; t; Jryan i>was accompanied: ;Goveraor .

The Co. in proximity to the forests -- challenge by any craft,her size in the -wr f: .A- \' ; Holcomb and. Eeprraerrtative'Sartott' ,# . 7 .
Bay Biscayne .
r Publishing ,whence the supplies of wood are Clippings of Florida Events From St.a e. Her dimensions are as follows: Short Stories..of. the, ;Wor14'i-- -.Doing. Nebraska. They went;,nrstjto the3j yutantGeneraTs .

drawn. Our' State Exchange Carefully Length, 25 feet; beam, 11 feet.-Pe- Told the Telegraph- -> in f office; where Coloael ; "
Miami, Dade Co., Fla., Sept. 30, 1898. by _
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. Condensed, for Our Busy latka Cor. e-Unio1 A Citizen.J. I Condensed;Form. Bryan' re p' efta '' : J i'. ZiJ

The!University 'Frefburg in Breis- Readers. .,R. Emerson a merchant of Kirk- .' ', ', !., : ,After leaving'the War'Departmeoto-, ir:

One of the qnkateat towns on earthIs gan insures its professors and students wood has been experimenting in various FIRE Colonel'Bryan'and-his party.went:to '

Colorado Springs. This taco: by design against any accident ,that may BOAT.ON _AT,,... 'House WJiertfthe immediately :"
The Grange County Reporter is .kinds of cabbage. He has at last the White f were '::
.. ;. the is befall them within the precints of the The British ,steamshipHenninas, ; *
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as place refugeof booming the pineapple industry of OrLando discovered .a variety that he thinks usheredffnto: the President'sroom. f

r? many invalids. ""No church bells are university, or in any excursion undertaken and claims a ,revenue of about will be the thing for the truck farmers Captain Frazer,, from..:Liverpool : The party ,wereeordiallyrecelved : =' .-
New Orleans report*_September:2, at ',. ->
there and whistles blown. under the auspices of the Pro- '
no are
rung ,President'31eKinler andre.t:
$60,000 a year from that source.--Avon of Florida to handle.. It is called by :; i i.
The lags !bark there at night.as they fessors. In case of death, the scale of 2:20 p. m., latitude 34.30 north,tongi- mafned conference with' < -
8nL Park Idea. the "All-Head" cabbage and is a beau- in ;; _:him for ;- :
1 tude 39.35 passed (
west, the British Iron '
"x. everywhereT else, but when they payment :reaches as much aa 15,000 I Good shipments of pineapples are going ty. The variety comes from California more, than an hour?They,*dld-not pre-: "" ;
? disablement is also sailing ship,(Hollenwood,.of Liverpool" ; .
'x
,about. noise with marks. Temporary
run they make no '
; forward each day, and the demand and has proven a most excellent fire. The fen,a request for the mustering,out of l"
their feet in "the soil provided against by suitable allowances on flames were .raging all !
sandy for plans exceeds the supply. Plants vegetable on the market. It is of a he regiment as a w>bole;l>ut only for'
and risks in- over the vessel and, her mas s. were
k* "S the policy covers dark color stands cold heat i h'oLV1temember 2"
I are quoted at $lQ.O per thousand.-Or* green the'discharge,of : ; "
1 She
was few feet
% gone. only a above .
John (Harvard, who founded the famo curred even through gymnastics or ando Reporter. and drouth much beta than the old as are disabled bydieea.e '!ch.I;

fe us American Harvard College, war duelling. \Freiburg is finely placed at The tobacco growers have the most kind. Gainesville Cor. Times-Union & water, and sinking slowly. There was have peculiar calls upon them.t'fileif'_ ; r..If'.
of boats life ,,
the mouth of the Hollenthal. in the no sign or in the vicinity. s
i the son of a London her. His endowment of their crop housed and seem well Citizen. represented that there::was about 2C 1 ,v

? consisted of a library ol Black Forest 920 feet above the sea pleased with 'the output. Mr.. Morris The Tallahasseean says that at a FLOODS IN SPAIN. percent 6f the members of;thkregijment ,.: t'.
/ in view of the Rhine and the Vosges
three hundred volumes and one-half of of his ill and thei..jtrged-thai'*:the "
Hills. shipped a portion to Quincy meeting of the railroad commissionheld The southern pazt'of Spain baa been : ,1

' "" his estate. The value of the latter .s_ wh &'it will be handled and sold.DeFuniak .- in June last a reduction in pass visited by terrible floods. At the village should be relieved and 'seni\lo iheii .l '

A 3was.aomet'11ng over twelve thousand d'erhsps'the; mOst curious fad pur- ;Breeze. enger fares from four to three ce taper of Herrora near Cadiz, eighty Domes where theyagreed tit in a !

Y ,five:hundred dollars sued by the ,wealthy land owners of Dr. Harris Is the possessor of a magolia mile on the railroads in'this State persons have been drowned. : A great probability most of them world speedily

as. England is the training of various tree in a constant state of bloom. was ordered and notice to that el- number of cattle have perished and I recover, because of 'tine difference, l .

; The largest dam in the world is the vines and,shrubs to represent human The heavy rains have brought out this feet published throughout the State, the olive- harvest pe.elaUlln the i in the climate of_ Nebra.* and .CIa" ,

Quaker bridge dam, about four miles figures and.pieces of (household furni week four or 'five beautiful blossoms as required by law.. The roads made provinces of Seville and Granada, has of Florida. : *

from Kltchawan New Yd&c. Thisgreat the perfume from them filling the air for which The President gave careful attention
tnre ike chains and tafbles. In one application a rehearing, was been destroyed. There have been many .
;a structure is more lhan'.a quarter ? for a radius of fifty yards.-Orlando denied. The new rate was to. take ef- deaths in other parts of the flooded to. all !hat'w..cul ,'and (talked ,
bush bad been
k: s oT and 210 feet case a large prunedand sympathetically with .his catleri"concerning
simile long, thick Reporter. fect on the 18th nlt, but the roads country.

ai at the base. It turns'the whole Croton trained! until'it assumed the shape A disease resembling chicken pox are selling tickets atthe, old rate ,In the condition, >f 'these 'men,, .
of round table laden with decanters ""

;; rive? info'the:,aqueducts to New York spirit has existed for some time among the j consequence many complaints are beIng TOHAL'S BECBPTIOtN", ''f. but Tie made' no positive promise as,to
and wine glasses perfect in '
1t,. The lake, which holds back 40," negroes at Waldo, and last week a received at,the commission office When the .train conveying General -'coune' he ouIue', in"the. : ' ,
detail. A famous of shrub .** i;
' :, 0001,000,000 gallons of water, is thelargest every people are the Siamese group I'twins' and the meeting of citizens was held and State and the fight to test the validity of the Tonal arrived, .tbe;station aiB; t, matter.. -' ,. ..- ,

artificial lake in the world. Health Officer Porter petitioned to commission act will soon be on. crowd which -
had
Spain a
.
gatheredInsisted ,
I I princess ol:! Wales Thousands of people come there and examine the disease General.should i MINES, IN THE. ST.: JOHNS' .:EX- *" .. ,
have gone to the estate where The Governor has made the following that the ; show PLODED. *' ?:. Ar
An inventor has hit method and _
prescribe a remedy.
; upon J'
these unique shrubs are planted and civil appointments C. A. LeHardy, himself.Upon his doing so the.gathering : = :
,of 'Within the past few da a few:
putting stone soles on boots Samuel G. W. Davenport left Gainesville him ,
paid an admission to see them at close of Hawthorne, to be county surveyor loaded with insults. General the '
'
contact mines lathe river near.S',
and shoes He
mixes
'P l a water-proof about three weeks ago to canvas '
fever
Toral who is 111 with
range for the of Putnam. 'M. M. jittered '' '
county been
: ', :; glue'wrth a suitable quantity of clean for a book on the-war in Cube. Since few exc' and beat Johns.Bluff have ,exploded, t-: ;
a a retreatIn .
Scarborough
Jr., of Lake City, to be still' '
:quarts sand, and spreads it over the that time he has not been heard of, "" five remain to be touched:off'by. :
,
s.'J't l. The cheapest combs are made from : a notary public for the State at large. order to avoid,, g'.uu $ the. electric batteries from'sfwn.; -! leather sole used foundation. These and his parents fear something has : J' :'
hoofs,but are subjected to costly and John F. Chancey,'of Parish, to be justice Admiral Cervera, ;while at Santan- .' '
thai
NOVpablre
notice
given the ,-3
:< quarts soles_are said to' be very flexi- happened to him, and are anxious for der In thanking '' : ova : r
the authorities
ingenious of manufacture. of the for district 11 of '
peace for"the'rea-:
processes mines would be:
exploded l'
5" E ble"and ,
: : ,practically i indestructible, ,,and any information of his whereabouts. board' the steamer Wre-
coming on
A circular cuts the horns in Manatee county. FlemingS. Way of
F f'7 r, to give_ the foot a firm 'hold,'even on saw assorted QIanatee county's orange crop for ceive him dwelt'with son. that"ColonelBenya'tbe'Government: ; t .1"
bitterness
sizes River Junction, to be of the upon
the
being used for justice
.
tips ,
In
of
s :tae t ,,:most_. slippery surface.Onida his year will run from 40,000 to 60,000 situation engineer : ;charge_; this t .
the of the marines
who .
. the handles' of knives and umbrellas. crates. At $2 per crate-a low esti peace lor district 9 of Gadsden county. after. upon district, desired thai as feud people, as );

J5. Very high degrees of temperature are A.'B..Brown of Lake City, to be a notary returning doing their doty possible should .be \ '
,never shakes hands. She deClares mate-this means from $80,000 to preHnt.--and'IhUt;; t
'"it l' ; quietly, find .such' unjust atmosphere
as the (hoofs and horns have public.for the State at large. T.L. tan
avoid
necessary the in '
loose an. ;
n
possibility
1 U:to? be the most vulgar form of $120,000 to be turned in the Y
to be.:heated to make the fiber soft. Allen, of Jacksonville; to be a notary of public opinion. ; IV r V
t'i i salutation* .. soon as she enters a county between now and Christmas.Braidentown . There are two hundred eaaesol sickness anyway. .1- :,r .
,room she goes straight to a seat. Onceseated When;the pieces are'cut they are placed News. public for theState' at large.. The explosion of, the;mines;is::de-',;, .;',

between: screravtblocks and pressed George F. Archer, of.Key West to be among the passengers 00\ theCity scribed :been 'moettbnllIng. '. ll
as having .a -_
: ;( she will not budge until .shetakes Mr. Joel W. Miller, of 'Palmetto, was the of Rome. jf .,,
fiat. Acids for State at ,
are used for notary'public large.
frequently .
her leave 'wishesi ** sight,; a eo1umn'or5t]t w
.1;: Any one who ajudged insane last week and has been :
; staining an ;imitation of tortoiseshell, thrown.In distance"of f
to the air fora: t ; t ,;i Jbo meet her"'must play, Mahomet ',to committed to the asyjum at 'Ohattatoochee. While Paul Masters was feeding,the A ..MURDER. IN, KLONDIKE.George '. V
be detected
and this cannot by a casual several-hundred fee ,An,'effort'. !
'' her'mountain. matter who animate with \ was .; '
-z. .' No he is, His hallucination was that connected the Vedder Bowman of Bridgeport :

,, 0 ,she,never rises or changes her"' fr''IOfli observer.: The rough surfaces oJ he wan ,a preacher, but at times he became museum, St. Augustine, on the Bay, Conn was murdered last winter during , made.to secure the,hulk''ol,some' :old ,: ;t .
the'eomb are smoothed by wheels COY- vessel .to anchor over one of .the
dangerous, making it necessary he, had a thrilling experience and; a a terrible snowstorm by.acompan. {t
: eyed by walrus skin. Polishing Is the but'this obtainable j ja
mines .not ; .
: I to confine him.-Braidentown !News. narrow escape from _death., He _was ion named Johnson, of Springfield a ,
,
last process, which is done by wheels 00.rein- 1
raft of was made
I,; r ;Zino nwaI1,paper lathe, latest oddity with leather S. iM. Joyner brought to the Spring engaged in feeding fish to the 'huge Mass. fie,was'almost,in'-sight of ,the heavy logs .I *r
.
covered of different degrees .wit.en
,',; The, zinc is attached to the wall last stalk bear but -not the animaL shored at the desiredplace. t
% s"s .: by a office Saturday a very large was :noticing golden mecca when his strength failed t- ' 3

?" \,'..cement .invented for the purpose, and of softness... of sugar cane, with fifteen joints and The brute took advantage of his opportunity and he sank down In the soft no". the mine.was touched. off-by the ih rref ;f; [ ..a

'. ,. , :" ,f ism ,to'.imitate marble. The surface I reaching to the ceiling. It is.of the and, reaching through the Johnson, who 'was: the "li er'of the battery,.the logs went flying.Into i he:..l 1,

"\ .t,: :;. :Is e,enameled. so. as to render it permanent Berlin, all all big cities has most Simpson variety, very sweet and bars, made a vicious blow at the man's party, went back to him, and with an air, and a pretty good idea:was.given_1-'\'. _

.
'," ,or waaha. e. It is claimed'for" successfully dealt with the ( ofkeepingxaoises : landsome, and looks like it might bea head. Fortunately he missed his mark, oath, blew ouUthe unfortunate men's[ of what,would .have happened' toad,a t r

; ; .f ,this new departure In decorativ down to the.minimum. prize winner at a county faIr.- but struck the man a hard blow on brains with a revo ver.- 'Tnfe is a terrible Spanish vessel attempted w8r to enter this 1

..':._ immaterial, mile'it Is as permanent Railway engines cannot blow theirwhistles Green Cove Spring. the-shoulder, tearing the clothes off tory, told for the- first ,time by port :during thevlate .There would _'

|a- ;as;tiles;ror, marble is mtxft cheaper, inside'the;city lungs. Hucksters The) machinery is rapidly being his, back. and ldictin.tan'ugl3. fleshwound J. *
a and can bees easily put on as.ordin- ,. newsboys and street peddlers placed in the mammoth new millhouse about two' inches,. long and from Alaska.' His partner nL T. Calboun there:was of the.Maine in Havana harbor ,{-, f ?

t' r :. :.'ary-wau: papa;; ,< ire not allow'to'.bawl their.,wares. A of the Wilson Cypress Co., and i 'quite deep. Mr.; Masters'suffered.considerable of Yonkers, N.Yl, 'witnessed,the ,5* -

., "" 't-. ** ,;" " I' wagon that i makes an unnecessary everything will be ready: for business I pain, but was not;seriously deed. Calhoun nearly.' Io.t his'life.'from __ __ 1 <
-- ----- ---- -- -- --
Queen rattling,is :and its ;driver ,is switch ; OUR,THREE NEW YESt.
w ,: : WUhelmina's coronation medal stopped 1D about two weeks. The Just injured. Johnson's revolver Nothing was ever
I
",!;- ,;'which Is of silver,-is_three."indies l lucky to escape, a:;&., The courts completed 'from the J, T & K. W. E. B.: Howard, one of, the employes ;heard of'Johnson. It is presumed he In one,week,from last Saturday,ths for;. l
will for bids :
ask
in-diameter_ and executed. neverhesitate'tb impose track to'the lumber will addgreat Navy Department ,:
.
> beautifully pecuniary r yard
i perished in the snowstorm while '
at:the railroad's machine shops at $t.Augustlnemet tryIng coast-defense .
the
:On.tJ 'obverse-,it;bears a bust of the penalty"on"people that make useless y'Jon.the' shipping facilities of *' to construction' ofthe : V ,

.'handsome:queen,,around' which is the noise;and they have.amide discretion the'mill- Advertiser.. ; ,with a painful and escape. monitor Honda and hevf three..sister ";
serious accident While few
L !inscription:;:' I i'Wilhelmina Konlgen Evenpiano. playing is regulated in .a i 'Mr.lL. .Buchanan had misfortune at works In MILL (POND MYSTERY, ships,, _the, Arkansas,' Wyoming and .1', ; "
clays ago. He was engaged cutting
':.dera r1 Dden."; ,Across, the 'diamjeteVia town:noled"for:its 1 music-loving inhabitants I to lose his horse by drowning last Friday a heavy piece'of galvanized wire, and A new development In the.millpond Connecticut. !These four*.,vessels, rrwhivheomprlse t

: the' ; .;Before' certain'hour at Frank and.Albert had driven to cOnn portion _ol the)na f ,
legend:, The crown'of .4 a nigh ;, "' unaccountable: mystery In Bridgeport ., was
in portion
:A. : *,ocean is t tbe lore of (her pl ."*On nV-one is: sit liberty 'to indulge ,in Bucbeeanna and the horse was turned some it from way a made known with the announcement !aI'lncreaae. provided for' by the-bill:i t' is
of the salt
{ machine
slipped
.-: was cut and was- driven Into the work
"
;Peace with:the ; :all ho i The water from the mill turned Foster. The will constitute, a formidable ,addition']'d '1':1
.- royal :palace. of. Amsterdam ano.Is.uncvafal'at; ure. was, man's,foot, almost severing the member police have reached the ," :
; In:the ,background.. . / off and In'trying to cross It the horve : conclusion 'that' the;young woman to;the_ rapidly?,growing. ,navy.,.of Immediately after the accident
,t.- :', .::" 'Files on'stor>C' ,/ was dragged' down 'by the ''weight ,of occurred a hemorrhage_ set In and the whose dismembered,'"body was-found United States Intended primarily for.coastdefense .,' :{. .a',

., .. 4.'Thtd- 'legislative"-free pass is .still.:unlrersal t..V,**.The'season of annoying 'files 'is the -wagon. and the strength of the doctors'had difficulty In-.topping'the in the pond last week weB Emma: Gill, I been' purposes,'a.theybaveataa view:to ; .F
< ; designed with ting-
"?- in iFrancei+ (Every-member of.tne upon a .:us.:"If;the 'stock, owner/desires current., -DeFuniak Breeze. flow of blood. The Injured 'man_ displayed daughter of Harry Gill, of Southing- Cruises should occasion ariseThe- ,t''

t.-'-**,;chamber;of'deputies'has'free'trevel"Ing I to:know.just how much 7 flies' annoy A few"'days ago Mr..G. W. Brannen courage, in assisting,the, wrgeon'in ton. The theory of the police' Is basedIn , .
designembracingallthaWnevila'naval :
-.' 'o.any,railroad in the country'and stock;Slat:(him ,lie: .down Jo takecnoonday'nap .a of,..near Pine (Mount' presented us the operation. ,From last.accounts some.measure upon the striking resemblance construction e1'1dences.1hat'"the: .1 ,, -

,U,':fiirni bed wIth a.medal(of'Idenilflcation :'in.a;:room/Tram' which with a sample,of his rice,,from which the patient was resting com- between the face of the is, ;
'r > make and that of 'Emma Gill's brother. United States still setting:the pace, '
he
to make that he his we should judge will ); plentlful corpse '
sure flies
gets excluded Is
. are not, or'which not ; fortably. to the Powers of the world in t t
:
:r jtrivileges..* In the matter of pay0 they darkened.'i He"would "get 'a realizing supply of. this, :product The Mrs.'fiallie I V :progress f -. 1The
View In naval architecture.
(
of Lake
are;better.off:ihaa(the British,'members sense'ol> 'h&i'UJOe ill V Stockcannot sample i(sent.measured eight feet .In Patterson Young Foster IB accused of having % "

r ;t. ; ,of parliament,'though ,t.b r'';in' when they have to ex- height, is 'well headed and has been near Gainesville, retired to her" bed been ,an accomplice in the--murder experiences ;In the war'with"
'
.
prosper Monday night of last week have : .
' on apparently Miss Gill. Spain ,suggested new departures, \ .
enmity'of $5 a.day.i. small beside.t.1i in file. much.admired by those who. have Hen \
pead o mudh'energy fighting
Its; :has '. In good health. She,had done a and these vessels-will show a marked ; '
N' =5,000lr7earof'tbe United Statea'eon- There;is' need of,permitting stock ; !'It : a prominent place in ,oaragricultural
no,
advance
good day' work, and was much, relieved GOVERNOR TAYLOR ILL. -. on.formerdesigne. The.monitor =

,y.. jgrcssman.. ... ,. to suffer in'thts, manner;w-hen'a cent's. Democrat. departmentuwannee: "when she sank into a_quiet, peaceful Advices from Johnson:City,.Teniu :principle. Is distinctively;;American -* ,a

Y"'' f":madln worth ..day l "IShooFly'J:;will :prevent 1 slumber 'Tuesday.morDing., -as are to the effect that the condition'of ,,and In Itsrvarious modifications V .. fi
The'paper Germany .. ,1Lonecannot; One .hundred and:, fifty marketabl '.
:that is artificial teeth,for.;human' : get'thte he cancertainly : she did not rise,,as usual, Tome one,on I Governor Taylor who has.been i for has.been,adopted by all the sea pow- < toera.
: juse p1&ce"d.f.ocki: water melons from six vines that had '
: ; ;a darkened the time alarming _. Congress limited the of these"
pulp place was sent.to awaken her but some Is : cost
manufactured,-from :paper,. :in ordinary,cultivation Is seemingly
stable only
iteadof' and-ot'her.materia lsj jtihrough._the heat of ,:the day, noticing thai she still seemed to be It has been decided to put'a]\guard four Teasels to $1,500,000 each,'and.the .;
porcelain wbenBi almost incredible, but- Ji M. Williamson -
c - '- for'makingo bother most, and turn them sleeping; they:did not disturb her for around the house, and allow no One' .to time of completion Is twenty-seven ? ;
that.are usually Jseleoted to/grazet son: Gabriella.can boast,of this yield
out, IIightaaaa ,
> *: arimitationmaiticatbrs-ar ;SaId:to 'mornings.8tocliwlllino4gfaie".a flles' from sixHvines that hi_ some time. When at last a girl on approach. The strain, of 'seeing'''visitors months from the date of the contract- : r ,

bath grew among' the place was sent to awaken her the 'and attending to public business with heavy penalties for failure. The- *",". .
bevery.i satisfactory.( 'tJa distinctly ( corn. .He sold the melons In Orlando '
much .unless very
; .flhey are. hungry. : Chief
brittle" j : r second time, eke 'Was (horrified to'lind in his weakened condition, has worn design was prepared by Constructor
: durable,and not being does not { the '
Let'onV refiect'tluat'everswitch when market was glutted with all '
;' of'the"mouth ;: ; of her cold in death, she ,having been him'very much. Governor'Taylor has Philip Hfchborn, to whom-is,
'ehip'off. JThe iDo 'animal's.( a' sizes I and.1dnda"of melons .
tan''r yet they
vet itI an .energyvand dead many hours. Being subject to been away from the capital about two due a large shartf' of, the credit: and 5'
has no effect tt-tj'retains COb tiha't itaalres'foa'd -make energl: brought'bini $$:40., 'Mr.. Williamson
: to so heart trouble it. Is that she months and that time notimproved. won by the ; 'recent f
*'' 'is .In probable during has glory navy : i
s orpecfeotlj
: lighter weight
: .: w-l switches also;';,has one,:of the prettiest
when ann:; continually :young attack "
cY : had,an :during the night;, IDa term of office will expire months It
1' ,than porcelain:.and. ee. the ,;value"ofa.large"amount.bfefood 8TtJi: country;,:,it,now has hlv. i.t I,
:
. V
._ ", ., .. Thomas H. Bagnall,.a bachelor farm In .January. /
.
.a. f'J'[ *.,*,{ *rtofl"c :: Ii wasted; and\worae'.tha1i'waated.Iugto ; : quite:-.sprinkling of ouxages on it.- er and: prosperous .citizen. of ,Connor NEW TIOj"' 1

: town;I:pass'a;corner"of alakewhereathe'water Tampa Tribune.4 onthe 'side SCHOONER, WRECKED. and' Inven* .
.J t. ''j\ The' -North China Herald J says that ,-,,::> t-fOwen eastern of 'Marlon county, A new highly important \

...t "t, 7' 'a'cntiourswphennanenonwas- : witnessed ; ; i,a11ow.':;A Simmons, a prominent citiZen jv hilee. acting, a'-platform in :a. tree ,Australian papers received In, San tion was tested at the German naval ;- r

.
}' -recetttly1:,at:daybreak"uplimf thIng 'open= ,large pasture.'deld Isjbounded" > ,' on_. 'one. ,of Orange county'formany years, about his(barnyard, fell tothe ground, Francisco, on the steamer Alameda maneuvers recently. It was ,in- the :f ,

". of :Ch'angmeagate/of;'Soon side;'by'the;'Jake.. Many,town ,cows was;accidentally; drowned In the S; a distance of twenty..feet, and broke report the.wreck of 1e''schooner C: C. ,shape of a Greek-Phoenician fire, In'I
e
: : ..
chow -Some >iandeat rats ol all are' paatnredy.there-and from r about Johns river,a day or two agog'He was and badly shattered_ both;bones'in his fik'on Flinders bland on July 31; Tented ;by a Berlin engineer? .It ignites = -;'

1ftle ; the 10 to'3..o'clo: 'coW' :wade outin' 'the attempting to drive" 'a' herd of 'abonlOOjcows right'leg between the knee,and ankle: with ten of her crew, all of whom on contact with the air or water 'L f'
i seeri to out of ,
;t sizes gates "
. =showing were tioafear.ofhui: . water belly ,deep, :to;; keep: ,the;flies r :across.,.the, river,,'just above He' was alone on- the place, and his shipped on the well-known coaster i and cannot'be. quenched,by either a t twateror
/counltry
.- peG- off their kgs,and remain there'all that Lake,*. ;, when by some means nearest eig'hbor'Jame.. Tucker lived either in San Francisco, or in_ theN earth. It burns with a brili4 V.

' \[ r'h'market : were:Sookln, in the, Etoeellheir"'city: ,There time-inf' r produce
_
:'js wf'*' i{t t-I wati'aiuxih'rettement: amounting are kept off'thelr'headi: andbacksby'deftly : before help c9.nldreachhHfabodywasrecoveredafter',. Im. fortitude:Mr.; Bagnall crawled ,that Krongh and John Peterson were saved and it can be sunk under water' or 1 ,

W! : .'.. therefore,, In: 800 flirting"water them : ; ,, about half n llet: through" the sand: and and but one body had been.recovered under ground and" when brought 'to I

,Jf"s.-t. ,/ most.. to : panic,. ,' with',their.'tails. ''The fly: ura'HtTes ; when the Alameda sailed. It '
.'sod direfate.1'" prophesied : ;annoyance two awlfe'nd ton grass, carrying as,. best he,could,.the was }ih, surface instantly bursts intoflames
|chow
f
r. ; sagsnd'shauld'be'aba'ted.; ""Practical children ,V1 w that of Peter -Nellson. V
: t >- dangling -footjn one:hand,with theProtrading.bone at any desired point. It was V4 ;
H"belngremembered :that :
% aIsimUar *
: i jc ** -.4. _
ph : Farmer. ; : i aerions -frequently scraping tested during the night evolutions: off i
-The'
t iF exodus happened .in the\!J Jijust V : : damage by-excessv o
t
pribr. ;:to-the, fsH. jf.the. ;::cUyTintoIhelands rains;totheTcotton'crop,_In.'Jeffersonooantyadded the earth.;jWhenhe readied .Mr. Tuck- LEE MAY NOT GO TO CUBA. the Island,of Heligoland,and'off Kiel* ': r-'

: OOLLISIOk er', 'Doctor Lisle summoned ,General Lee will probably not, ,be selected and proved'most efficient in declaring :, 'r
:
lof,the'" -*- >rebels. r' FREIGHT, ; $ ; : _to'the.:very low:pric :was and .
;. :. that 4t4 : temporarily 'bandaged the 'kg.". He to command ,.the army ,of occu the of the enemy. .t .
Z ', I ,'. :A .special, to nthe_ ''DiaPatchfrom staple Js bringing,_has staj g "presence 1

/1'; 4 ,Tent pins,are mostly'made: X white Portsmouth;:Ohlovsays that,,,Jfdrfol naiad i;business"In..every>:branch,-'andhas.Canaed' was',put.in[a wagon' 'and -brought'to pation in Cuba, The-mfllitary advisers '
::this of the President are of the, opinion TOBACCO DEAL 1
.U ". ' must:be" bl. "tHrtand'the'bard -> Western freight broke oat an:epidemic.of.elouptetlrw.imIOng' : V Ocata-&nd.: morning:carried to .,---L,
tougajwood
oaki they . :: : in ,; '
1 --- that major-general of'tbe'guIar A deal consummated "
Markxn was
:rio.n .Surgical a: : m.&AJu "
and : i"
: planters :merchants Hospital,
: : J knoohs.to'wbkbtheyany : Franklin Furnace," the two+section ,
'are' made, -Jn coming"together again,,;'ditching. the alike It (a season,'that:will test:thbackbone e where:Doctors:Smith, Newsom,:Izlorand'Eagletoridieased army. be;chosen.far, this'important -. whereby 'the 'Brovcn Tobacco Company's ' -, ., "

t' ;subjected. Thejr i < and : : tsk.General: Wade is'.menJionedInc plant-becomes,the property of_ ? 1'1
this ; set the leg.n ; .
9.t hithertoprosperouscounty.
: (,_ -rl ien tbs' t':sixteen; :snd-twenty-four: train.:_ Richard CaUoway,',of .:Lynchburg Moatkell0: Cor.-Times-Unio oJ J'cOr. Times-Union:and*'cit this''connection,: He t is;jai the l A'merican:'Tobacco Caen Pan"f The* "'' f.;'
: hard wood:as they Ya and ;Robert Murraya ,. of ; n. V
: inches; Made jof : ; ?; ' -
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: 'was$1z5oooo..Pau1 :
; ( the,commission price paid : Crown
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ds'Cltlien yes .
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:'--X;are,they.:are:yet liable'to;:bebrokenth : ; BeUeyue"' ,:;were:kitted c and.Perry : ; "_, '; '" .;; z- HAD-:GOOD.RBSON;'i : of.en.euation.'f p.-'J! c'- president,of the-'Brown Tobacco Com <*: J 1.

t ,; ind- .,are also loaU. Even Jn peace tack': fatally hurt'ibethree: : : n. t .The. neV'yacht,, Wabnn,*. reoentlbuilt y: '"Whatwas 'ytwr friend :Mrs, Loid'imaiden "/--; / k iJ ii.: 4BRYAN' pany,,.A.will. become manegerq"of the & 1 .;"

-...' >'the coasumption fcnlpins._ Is.consid- here jo1ng to.Qtlumbus'ta1worlt' .la -a .,_. :\tHeskm;;Bros.'has_ _,-been .pu t.. ins her name sizimtare.'V? 6h never- -used'_ -Jt,. 'to wrt-" -*' .' VIN ;WASHINGTON_: -- : business"here for,the.AmerieanvTob e- : t >

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hp FARM GROVE GARDEN I and intense floods more damaging to WITH 'THE JOKERS.Little w JMMM-. 8EA8QNED.Snlfklns '
--Bunting U a very .well-Mason T i ,
our lands from precipitation of the ed man. or1o13a} :N sS' .b r'1.

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felt Jtlns Indeed? '< '-j4
after' .. ,
waters from the cleared hills : rtr'rc : : i; Xftaltdsome :
Bnifklns-Yes Farmer Jones has
a MATTERS THAT WILL INTEREST rains timber is Items by People'' and 'Papers full 'of; just ; : 1899 Catalo
t:' heavy continued ; becoming noJh1 pepper and salt-N. Y. c J ae"What'to h IIo'
r; AND AID SOIL TILLERS. scarce for fuel and building Who Believe that to Laugh U to World. ... r ,
plant and
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purposes hence the legislature should be Happy' Clipped With and AS A LAST RESORT. : . ',
Correspondence of Experienced lien intervene the farmers Without CreditA "Will you marry me?" be'saked. 1 Tells alf boat their tameiuestock o r,' '- -.. ,
and ,
"yy protect "That depends,"replied the practicalgirl.
-f, and Interesting Extracts From save the forest and guard against th* How can knOW. so eariy In the\ Fruit Trees. forONEHALF Florid4 -Ian
'y Our Agricultural Exchanges Con- summer resort season that I-wont have rings
ruin and devastation that the loss of janotner CbaDcet.-ctakacv Moat.V ,. .
cerning Our Farm Crops. the forest has brought about by destruction DEADLY ORUDQE. >it& l1 bing'over tOO nrleUn of choice groita and lflowen and glTindlalllnlrict _';:-
p..t
"You and erlffftins don't seem to be A NEW w DdeuUlT.tJDcaam..OnIrIlOHandCIome photoSraDhlc IU loa OW" .t'
of the forest.. Agriculture very good friends any more." Kerrigan- 'lirten'. bye has rbeumauoruns will making b Bent t a tree veritable Album of 80utbePli i'ruiw aDd FbarersThia 8andsoss. L.t.1ew s -".
"No, he Is a wolf in cheep's clothlns'. on his by-sickle. Opon apptkstlom Send for-cop,. ItwiU fatertslt '
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Economic Principles of Farming. of .yon It yon ue
ta&Qd a
and commerce suffer from its effects "Way what did he ever do to make you I Uuroy-Pbwat's them? .ne" 6lotrers. -_ -r". '_ \ "
S Every farmer should know this and the farmers should insist on the conceive \e opinion of blmT !rrtgaa-Wind t bags.-iik rare brother '0 VER, MILLION TREES '
R "Made me 1 ought to take pay the aMermam Up-to-Date. 6'- ; irf TpCIC t jj; "j'
that thorough plowing preparatory legislature protecting them by doing bicycle apart tor the purpose of cleaning -,1

(4 to planting, then careful and judicious away with fencing. It It to the interest it.' "-Chicago News. ONE REASON. ORANGES i Cures. Alf standard Telto11ats ratfetlea' : 11 :' ;
On.ettbUO.Rf
S ; planting, and good culture, and of the State that the forest should THE FOOLISH ADVICE GIVEN. sow> .nder" why Boston girls V are always : | . _ orange stocks.... { N'G'E& ':. .

F .>r abundant manuring attended with be preserved hence it becomes the enough"1 hate to to give nee good a: man advice who," has said Sainte Jir. slves.'-J.'beyare"-Brooklyn usually!wrapped. .up in them-, Satsuma Orange oh QlrusTrifoliata'Stock- isp eelalPEACHES If > .

favorable ea is very apt to assure duty of the legislature too preserve it. Bitterly, "but not strength or sense r ,
enough to follow and profit by it himself 1 -; . -
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All'tlte
=$ good crops; that is all that can so far as the waste of the timber i if but it is a tact that many a man taas got THEIR MUSICAL FITNU3S. be34 'tr184 and'ieHed S +
'v.4 rich on a hint from somebody else. Who Mr. JeJjoor-Why do consider diamonds T&rWueL Oren JOOr.4lOpeacbh'eea JI?EU.CJl-E i
abundant you
be said lD .
as regards making concerned IUS to fencIng. if the legislature >, .' k" .
hoe scald poor., -New York Bun. more appropriate rffs tor a soprano > { r .: '
c crops; the rest depends on proper and is tender-footed in making one I Miss uian i for an alto takes ,? \ Plums, Pears,'Persimmons;.Figs, Mulberries, Grape-} ; t t. '-

judicious management in attending general law let them pass a law that AT THE SCHOOL, by-Will RICN : such high notes Because xto,get them., it -Jeweler's eu h and other traits and flowers adapted to Florida Planting Is proportion, '- r.a-
Lady Helper (to small you
to details; no business can succeed :only the owners of timbered lands be have tOme more bread and $uttarT- Veekly, Over 1OO,rfeties of Choice Field'iJ Rosesy- '"- "** '* ,.y.'
7 Small Boy-Mo fear when \tthere's. kike j ,
economic and '
without
management allowed to vote on the fence question, about. A PROVERB wiTH AN ADDITION. : .r

the first principle to observe U that I' for its defeat has been accomplished Certalnl Helper (trying to be kind} CakeT Watt*-One-naU the worM doe not RBMnMnnsthatwn:PAY.THB FKEIOHt1:and-Uuit p 'w:BAT-* d aecoforOe: .isst "J
have sesdt know how the other hall lives. Two Years and also
plum or that
we were Pioneers hi etra ttghjrrad
} expenditure must not exceed income; mostly by persons who own not a foot Small Boy-Plum. In course. D'ye tike Potts-'JSor why._InOlanapoii* Journal. / nanery stock at

it ia not what a man makes, but What of land or a tree. Leave it to those me for a 'canary T-London Punch i-:'< POMONA miHSKRIKSf:

llprJf he Bares that adds to his prosperity; who won the land and the timber and A VERY SMALL PIECE OF IT.4 : i g ri :
PRIDE. She-Have you forgotten bow you once The Drlff Ing Bros. /Proprs. : I'II I-
.atop the leaks anti waste will be pre- who are directly interested in the matter "No George .dOD''Uk me. I can't go SHe you would did the world for me? > r MacctenA-> ,. ; .
down the fire escape with all those people What if I -- { -
rented; recollect the Old adage "Wan- and that would be fair and prop- looking." V Bhe-On- nothing Ocularly; but it >

c ton waste makes woeful'want.tt In er.-John U. Deut, in Dixie Farmer. "you must. You'U" burned to death seems very strange now that you won't :
If you stay here." even sell that MU old suburban lot so c't' -
j7 die management of a farm as well as "1 can't help it, Ueorge. I wouldn't go that I can have.*, new wneeLLoUlan CANDr r ; -. }: .. ".;.;
with all other to down that ladder for all the world. These polls Journal. ." -I'
pursuits attending of Florida.
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My Impressions shoes 1 have on are two sixes too big for / ;
: details has done more to assure success From. the Florida Agriculturist. me."Cleveland Plain Dealer. FRACnOLOGY. "CATHARtlC 1 f:
Daughter Yes I've .
graduatedbut now
r '-i Hhau anything else, after having ev.el'J'ihing'regulated 1 have been asked to give my im- HAD HIM SURE. I must Inform> myself in psychology, -- t./. :. :....;

to run by a believe Florida "Do there will be men pII o&OU. bibu
Florida.
proper pressions of I you expect any Practical Mother Stop'right where .. .:
you "
at the seashore, isattelr't4 "
system ifor without system everything. will still do to stick to. We have been course; there was only one man are. 1 have arranged lor you through : ',.-.

tt Li *is left pretty much to chance. There having some rough experiences but nis mere knees last to year be there but ne again promised. this season.maon" gy course, darnology.in roasto patohology logy. boilolagy and, sutcboto-general j"as

; < should be a place for everything and go where you will there are. moreor Chicago Record. domestic huaueoiogy. Mow get on your : .
working clothes. Detroit Free Press. :
everything in its.place, and if this was less unfavorable things to contend CURECONSTIPATIOH '1'wl-. '

;r f observed how much time would ,be with. California has just had a year She-Do you PROOF think.OF Friday IT. Is an unlucky THE.ART ECONOMY., -if't

_'e saved and how much loss of how of severe' drouth. Competition day on which to get marrlwlT Mrs. Youngwon-G orge..CfkDtOW that :, i
very
$2Q you me to .
He-Yes. very. 1 bad a friend whO got gave buy t.'
y ', I many things would be prevented. I everywhere grows sharper and sharper. married on Friday and he had to go clear Mr. Youngwon-. Yea.dear. ; .
: seep instances and it has often to UtUtota. to get a divorce. Mrs. Y -Well, l'ye'pavedrethe' money. '- .. .
have .
situation
We simply must come to the Mr. Y.How? .1 see aMr. ,
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'- happened with myselfwhere tools, and ,meet the conditions. The REMEDY FOR EVERYTHING."Don't new .hat.. < : ..i
Y. In be
worry" said the Corafed Philos order to economical )
implements and other things have days oi happy go lucky are past and opher. ''over things that cannot be George. i kept the <20 for via money aDd -
$ remedied. A little perusal of the patent had. the hat :charged. %burT Gazette. -M TERi i V-
been mislaid and hours of work have thought, labor and money must be medicine ads will show that there Is a P f/CHl, 4/fT OK EERTILIZIN. ,

r i. been lost in hunting them up and spent if we would succeed. 1 have always remedy for everything. Indianapolis. :. THE LIMIT. ._ "_ ''t ={ .. "

hh : sometimes never found. I have seen contended that sooner or later JournaL Daughter-Why Li it, ..that a honey I / ;5- '

.when plowing baa been topped few we would get something, that in FlorIda GUARDED. .moon months is supposed to last only three : a rule the f r.fm(t v trocker'. ant fruitgrower,hasVtcommissions o)Pa.r't>vo ; ,. t.t

1st only a week; and When .orders have .farming would fill the same place "So you want .to marry .my daughter r Ma-At the end of three months the aS A commission on: eyeryfbing" he 'buJlf-aud .:
bills York
quarterly tn.-New
.. or'' been given to start again some of the as the red, clover does in the North. do"Weil you? I understand_ those are the only, Weekly come; commission i .on 'everything 'he.sd'Ul. Whatwe,desirt* :'dd.iik:i \E.

'hands have bat much time ii hunting Jt,looks as if:we (had it in the velvet your terms wealth on which" you. will let go'. any. of -' .to save him the'cpmmissiMi" Qn'alTthefertll be'uses'' ; 'sell-. :. .

up part of their gear,and" then come bean; U so I. cannot see why ,we Thus, all things being* arranged.ChlcaoPost. made clear the Chouy-abe NOT treated FULLT me GROWN just awful. don'you ing dir ct"andh.us'avoiding.tJ:1 expense'. .of ,'ar.,:ttavelhn t.:'salesl art: $ i'

up and.t I1 you1 a name-string can't be ought not to-be.able to build up our details. were soon throw know..at She hadn't a good word, to and the commission' of an-agent:: H y6u"arfinterbtedlur1sa7injt:? : ;: r:. '
a dog.
; found peifhapa a clevis even to a soil and'get better crops ail the time. Uattie-Don't anticipate Cholly; you these..commissions give us..your orders; for it':is;:only handling .

. % trace and something else-all such ia Then we have never learned the Cor nero. DEDUCTION.you wish to prefer. a are not a dog yet.-Boston Transcript large quantities of'goods that small ,margins:can:be'nuintakeit' We ;14f 1 :'

'} a loss of time and materials and often lesson well of saving manure. The charge against the druggist who. made HIS TELLTALE FEATURES. were the first to take the initiative steps to reduce the cost of fertilizer t%.
the mistake In the '
S causes vexation and troubles; to prevent experience of ages all tends to show O'Houl1ban-No. prescription florr lie ain't daughter Mr.. Gotroks or do-Do you only really think love eve myesil to the growers'and therefore' :should have their.-suppprt.r '" ; t '
you .
w such, a gear-house ih.ock and the value of stable manure, yet bow blame.Ol c'Ol dn't troid make to rad out- th'a wur-rd.thing -man New her? - you. :' If you wish a special formulas}! ed we wul do it for you charge ii

., "; key. and everything In.its place" would few of.us utilize our sources of such kork Journal 'Percy 1 Hnsbly,can you rapturously,tell by) my Oh.,looks MrGotroks ing the actual cost; of .materials,*used .and $i/per: ton, forlmixing: .

save time trouble 'and expense.I A supply. UNUSUAL. that there'la no thinking..about it T The following are our prices,for:*the'next 30 days::" '0 f

: I house. for everything with lock and fJ'orwater' I know of state fa- Fiat Summer Girl-I become engaged Sulphate Ammonia,' M.to fa per cent;am monU..<.. ;...y..f.[>w -.. ;L"m.:
no so to him the first time we met. . THE EARS'QP FAME Nitrate Soda.It to'20_per,eent ammonia.f-,._.. ?../... .. ;}. ...t.t.: i { "r.
.': .. .,I. key and in year or two, what. would v'Orablyaituated., I do not.know of a Second Summer Girl-'Something' terrible Scribbles Uncle Dan that-Weil I hear,' who U this. Bill t Dried Blood. U]to 18 pet.eentminonls. .:...... ....._........,........-..;.......:..,_4M, ; .
must have happened such you speak mo moo
to
M r '. be saved would pay more than the< place in, the State where a deep well delay.-N. Y. Evening Journal.cause a about? He seems to be. something of a Blood'and Bone,7 to per ammonia and is to a per:ct. pho.phoda acJd..-*.iWt! ? j ;

ii : ctosi of, the-house. System is the.foundation will not_ reach an unfailing supply. : hero among you boys. V Bone, floe ground $"10'"! per 'cent. mmonla,3$ per'oeDL phb.pborW'acfckvlSJI J x'.

,,, of'success,' and as ..General SORRY FOR IT. Little Johnny Wot! Don't you know! Bright Cotton Seed MeoJ.,.to 0 pereentiuninonla: ; ...... ....... ,4w..y.' .*.. .;d
% : On place I it at a depth W'y he's de only feller In de Tenth Ward
own got
a" .d' my Jones-We've loot our cook. dat kin wiggle his ears like a boss.N. YWorld. Dark Cotton Seed Meal Bk< to,?.percent ammonia......-,....... ..*- .,..>"...:i.1i.11"" p"A
remarked in of his Brown-I Wish .
Washington one bad lost her by
of 21 feet. I believe the time is here you .
96 cent sulphate 60 per'eeat axpr
death. She's cooking at our house DOW. Potash High Grade JO to .per potato, to 63 .actual ** .
t '':'"letters On agriculture, *a bad.system, when the land will be dotted with -N. Y. Truth. Potash Low Grade to 63 percent sulphate potaan. J7 to'JS"p r_ tJL6toal:MJ ,-

F was even better' than no system;" "$, windmills drawing this water for our -- DEVOTION. Potash MurtaUi 80 to SS per cent'murtate of.pets.sb'b2to'5a' per cent actaiZ..AII _._ ", -

t, stitch in time saves nine. !As regards' I garden and ,to supply deficiencies WHAT? Mrs.. WUgua I learn.that your daugb/ Potash, KalnlCM'to M per cenLnilphat ,potaah U_ to Uper; cent.ae, well groves She-What' would you rather' have-. ter has decided to enter' a. "convent- and. Hardwood Ashes; &.to S per,.cent' actual potah..,..6u ;,?...v:7.? ..:.._.:D.AI .x '
: at the wealth or the affection of the woman devote 'herself to the Lord 1
dry Beacon.: '
you trujy loved? Mrs/Btlgu-8he did Intend to; but her Acid Pho.phatI"to j 1$ per cent aranattle phosphoric! acM.!, .-... IfJl.lt: . "
.. : i g ; to all, As to cold, I believe we are gradual- Be-Wealth, by all means. Then I could former lover Kr..Saphead hasuddecdded:returned Dlasolred Bone Blac*,'1" to'13 percent available phoaphorlc acid/:..,,-..;..;;:..1Ut' .> .t, ,.J
:r Vise where wear and'tear takes place solving' this problem for I believe have the other on the side. Chicago. last nlgtot and he V Tobacco'Dust :'This dost ti'sold bjr sample and.to guaranteed; be.onleacbdl' Mt,1'JaekxonvllI .
; Dally News. enter his home ana devote herself to Urn
\ "'::1' -. ., negroes are not to'be depended 'on insqph It'-is reasonable toV'thlnk'We'.-will not \. N. Y.; Weekly and to contain 'all b feryiljinr_i
; -: .. matters as wear and tear i*:one I FOwW. Land PUstcr....( *...-. :.........,t'.l;'.;.;...". i...;< ...Ya; v...rt>..A....{LM,"i7'0 t..i
3 ''- Qf their 'Instincts : have.it muhwonse'than'het'winti.isn : Manager ( glancing over play) I suppose WELL' TRAINED. Salt, either, coarse or !fine.In 200 poun sacks,. SS cents or bythe toD::..,,.r..."fUL; f )
; ; :. strongest ; hence all L yet I know some of ''the finest the villain 1s tolled In the test act 'Old'Lady (Improving the occealonAh* Copperaa/put up";-In any'size:package 21centi per pound o by to ton f ;.' ,'' 0-
Rr ; .such attention come *' under'-the. Author-You bet. He gets one run.clean my poor.man' you would not-be to'this : :
1 eyes, pineapples I'hlve ever seen that Were through his bes t.-Up-to-Data', position It.you bad received an early Blood and Bone, Bcnt,>Acid PhosphateDusolved holm Sul- .,< 1

cs{' and ears oftlhe owner and manager,of carried through with the::Jose .of but s training Tramp-Don't Jn some you trade tort or calling too suddenabout phate Ammbifciia'and X.inUr'are-'put:' '.1ppo; und sacks;. c Cotton; ,.' 1.j

';-.. the (Ifarm."w.h&l, :1U'comM: I yerj;'few, and these'few need,not have Fur oxfi FtATTERr.., wot you don't know notion. about Se'ed'Meal' sand c stet;, ipo, 'pount..saclcJ.( ; PotasH alt kindt/ .. ; '
: 'out' his and Mrs. {icon-Young Mr. Proudnub' say n ssus.- No tralntn.* Indeed. Wy/I was
of in
pocket, such neglectexpenses '
been \lost.'irie''l a great many flattering.thine* about his In prison afore I WOlf lir-London Fun. except KainitJ224{ pounds. Kl; Ftf ate'S; la;ifinJtmc/en/js cb- ri.'z,

.' '! are-'the increase.' Fencing end :m- are'simply these: ) i100meher wife.Hoon, Ooean't-Year to her brags' 'about her as U.he 200 to"306: .pounds. Hard!Wood:,Aslies/=barrels of 250"poundt;; Tobacco !

i urea .two avie&t.expeue. of' ua wanted to.sell her. Puck.. Dustin ;icb,-a7d potsndabags.and."cases/.of 3s6.iq 4SQ:4 -
; ,? .i-thai the" now'Incui': ,entire(; strangers;to 125 : :: . _
: .' farmers ; fencing You nadvthe' min -b s. mt ' '-
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.2 .ln particular.. The legislature, ought the conditions; we have .had it all to HQW HE' COULD BE \USED. the'welfatW'ot Florida.'and'yon will nail pounds_ -' . m \:. .,;: t :c' Jo ; .
'Did. see the story, of. the nun '
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learn., you
Many ATgot.' ? i '
to" come to. the': relief 'of. the"fanners '. : discouragedand whose'skull 'was so hue h&t it flattens the oDe:who U In 'no" small W&T'fuIl7; d ..eAINTER..CO.; t < ?-: ..>n .. >
gait/ then* have hung oil and-a bullets -* ; alive ..t.o.theDtenaia' of ttJ'metr pou. .. .
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and do with .the and I .' ; '. # k '
.. Away fencing "No;:tout If there such..s.man'he'better 'd thsctty.of - '
I '; .them that, as'; few, have succeeded.,, belle-e.aucc. ,look out. ; Itf'lfbe'iiC - t . .. :; .::if-f ;- ;
ave well
as to -
expense,
;:. 'if ._ _.
meet .
Is here for:e
rel"1.t"will 4' ----- -- - --
,;c : -..- preeerve the forest. ,Our'ellmate ia.becoming' by the Spaniards I '. : -l -. '-,
f v the'conditions, but'he cannot ;expect and need for fortlncationa Tney.dont WHAT CAUSED THE:RIOT: :
e ._ Bolder, drouths more frequent. 'fcucceed' seemto Have discovered anything.of thatcharacter ; JACKSONVILLE: Biggs--So"Cheatem\is.bebfn4 tho ban e.-'. to to 0
t T _ -_ to byPasittng. strawberries _yet?"_Chicago;;;.Post-_ : at test.. It dose ma.rood.t6tbe old,
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scoundrel in''the s3 v- .? '
: land, low'Bwampy'Shammock. soap
onhigh pine or cassava on
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.. REGARDING,THE 3!RPlA80N3 U trtlt'act oocur, to nlm thai lie Is Pot somercted Boers-Tee r,:he..la now?What, ,7o"mfcM; 1" 11'.e. Yet wnooifu? r" call conaommed TUIaIn Judge.WHAT ." .- -** "5-'"
:1"' ,: Penelope-',Now, aInce you are Interested ouch.hSa..h'; his. r a ' Offers'Superior"-AdvanUg s;.for A utrF
\: have not"seen"Juatcuch; 'unreasonable, to a prince perhaps you can tell roe why and:kindred'may b.In .; TommrCome.. BSHE-WAS.rj wttli, us. '
: he la,;always,spoken.of as His Highness -- fag a.' -
: things aa':these done? .- playing soldier. t .
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: ** & Brie
n"L'PI1f" l :Enife There"1 entering oow* problem'that t r-You.wttt'rMarie .find.the, answer lapapa's drr soldier.-'wan, ,--jes..t I'm P., O|_ aJn'DO GOOD EDUCATION
cheep D N.' Y. World.
teemsto me. must effect us '- TAMPA Tommy-No;_Bridget :you're! ;a'red
very t '
,IV I ; l -' : cross,nar.--HarpeI'a, Basai-4. ", 4 Along the lines of.Modern ami, "i
greatly,:-and :yet I 'do not see any\of WITHIN,.. If - ----' __ Thought x
.z : \ It Is! absolutely nieless .. -. '>/ Activity :'Z :VEngineers.
to expect a Are79U ,t., vegetarian asked th .
'
the, papers that seem>'to notice it at DOt'o. winter ol'xreat proms: "
- -resort ; L V' ,
r 1and1&d \
nrgical operation to cure cancer r VV .5 "
or Physlcl
all viz the annexation of 'P.Id Brutus. "ThatIs neoce,"bat of the busiest 1 JJ" as 4 BVtot-keep- .
fi 'Ji 1 Any other blood disease. The Hawaii J.Wilkes 'one : ,and. noprofreissrre
cruelty .
y I of such.treatment is Illustrated Porto Rion Cuba Philippines and I would rather the audience threw ,la the entire South., i''ahmt ; ? i tri Lttt ' s-
to
? in the cabbage and beets 'Own dead 'cats:and.eggs. .. ,. ers Agrc ,
\ farming,number of deaths whiehS fiow :arisen ."-Town'jToptcs. [ .c .' dp
; result ;,! see a strong party than' ; ; : : pat cough Srrapt >Trm

.= ;from -it The disease is in the in' Jamaica -annexation to the AFTERTHE' .i. AND tme.=fiord bydre Chemist; a t ;
blood"knd"henee-can not be cut'out.. .
:'Nine.:timesout of ten"the surgeon's United StatesIw_ for-;simply to get , I J 0.1. __ irbWKt' 'tY
JIEBW ?
acccKssFUi.
3 V ) knife only. hastens. death their sugar,and fruits into the United singing frightened whenuyou' beard- lthe'bulleti. like its elder. .. : i jun ',.
or the T
T sorter IOGthermoIt.t'Y; .N1:1R8En
,1 States must. He Not tt didn't sound ; DEa-AND Si HVHsyward.D0Land. In'aIt Departments: otIndnstqhavg 4
'. w. free' fduty'? It be plain ? a.bityou see of :
oar fraternal Union
;
1Iy
son most malignant Oaneer. foiwhich slnglng.Yonkers ,.the .unique and .
a bit like your States- .,Flm,. has-a. large;and flae;stock
yf -
t. tne doctors said an operation-was the to ali that these are directly in competition mar! '- .' uUfUl.etti of''k been*Educated here* ,
"
..only nope..The was;a severe operatlon {' "d;. -' >< with.(Florida?, ,Yet 'we'sit still; -r .- y of the y James Jamesls,( ape''Iiea by farA he-best Questionably:/vakIetykof Fall Term*. ns.Octt;4 rf 6endfor>ee( ; r-

1. ?"_nary e.u to h eat Wall down.Dtces to.' ,.m.sVsl t. ll ...-' > don't"say a word'in protest t and leave'. DEAFNESS:CANNOT;BE CUBED i(fi :WfSf : the
the Jawbone ..d. : \ the impresal.n that it Ls'just the-thing', by, local .applications,,'.as they'cannotreach > In, August and September, Prices ;reduced
ire, } ,scrape it.' Before agreat V a price/ list. N.. ,
;! Send for descriptive
,
whil.the Can. :11SA>SSJx"1SSt. VfewanC: "','We tc.nmt7.
'* sssr.. w w.jrsa 'Vf.jv. Other grape vines and also roses,, P."j
f ser
returned and be-
t '
had reached her limit of ,is to deafness 1*'dose:to'the waters ,..ft '
.1 to grow rapidly 4r5 sugar production Ther only one way. cure warm of Vines nicely packed, and'.mailed; i, jt
+ T : .,Wft gave him many 'before>'anuexition.- ,Nbw .that and i that is by constitutional remiieI.Yt -, moue s Gulf: and each 'therebyconnectedfortraMportaUbn to your.address... *. "Hf? : *sg5
*
V remedies ;
without ? .
re -.1
'! ,,5" lict,-and finally, 'e. tfiey'sre_inV:,one-oif;thi.largest'sugar',. Deafne&s:is'caused. by.an; inflamed the;world /yet"both: are linked to ..
'y
anon the adviee of s. '2 JGH 4 li'trUnd bJ'the. ... \ rC It itO1LINSCQLLEGEI
r decided to* :2 > companies Ilea:doubled its capital and condition ol the mucous lining f.
<
J ( : .1'plo _.
It":, .'ry s. 8.),g.and' Swifts will'r f m&,8pclflo \ proposeij.to; 'double.:its output., When', of';(the :Eustachian;Tube.. ,When this I JZ "RA"I'L' 'AY' ?: : if z Fi .' yew : 'C: A.J STANDS FOR c-

.r .,'. ,. ,theseeond bottle kei" Iz jthey can ;make sugar' tube gets inflamed 'you:have'arumb b- \0" .: r, I r'J ', ' c a Qv :
S : w. e7' {
; ; -
.
rHoROUGHEDUCATioN
.
began
to Improve..After twrntylbottlM ,
t had ,
'' at ; ,' ; ,. ty Or p ftd .tww
pound profit wand inrperfect hearing and
.- 'beepi Ukea. the Cancer disappeared entirely. per ; ling ,; .J't: = '' ilSJ [ i
EDUCATION
) + .and he was eared. Tbe be difficult see- i ; d y dG pw ,_
".t cure was a permanent ? Its not to there will when li iientirely, ,closed:deafness:ia In the cou : +.7 r' tJ' ti '
t. one.for hell now'veatff n year ft Id.and hat : tri and.we leave yento guess AODE ,EDUCATION. :
'.",>1}",. . never.'had a sign. of'. the dreadful disease to retarn. iave" 'to be:.a. r via1DgOf tmeihods.j the :r., and unless,the ID11aIiUDai Its j name:'only''remarking" that:you;Ca J fo.ii .. ) .- .' ;;. ,'
.
j '
V a ; ._ STvBBOdgrags. ei.,Daly"Absolutes . ; *-, j :-believe many are\\coming' :".to:see'' ;can;y be taken out_ Viand f --this'tube see morefrom: Its'.car: windows_thanib = , DEPARTMENTS.. -' "

...<; "otil -; that;change'is at'+-hand, and there I *to its-norma pnditionV-hear-; LW'otbewayyJIf: ;you" .cannot.find fits .' 8 o vOReKsg t 'CoOdWe, :Pftprr atrt Commea, :'
the nW
fcope for Cancel Aer.look on: .i ,
are mariytsignt.'thit the is -: ing'. nine your railway-ticket, ,. Mialc_,. Art. w.f"
.vrillbe{ ,
;t;. ;: _,il Swiffa Specifieru .l jsfay openIng destroyed lorever; I ? !/ e tows w..wt ewe ;5T -
.
: up; "there: .11" more::work-)beingdone' cases""out,. often are 'caused, by catarrh , Ib'4 '' ill ''S TT -
; ,
: ihe
: <: .;... 1hel7 empJt.t11.l id Qoft' Ins'traeUon -
( : ; D
.
j.55' J! .lio'r'"B""I land it..'beiDg done more intelUgen ., ,which nothing-but aninflamed ,: w 4e. N -; ... .Q, given.i.h protessors and butmeton

.S. .The 0'0'.d. Ul-consegnentlyivith'.betteri'oI: ;condition: of,the 'mucous.surfaces.' fdflE' BEST -ROUTE II = ... '.. are positions experts lfRthe.bighesteollegesln who nave held oorrevpondlag.the ,>'

.- :. -J- .'., -. .' ,e': -. .- c- '. IhlIt- .':.If beevesrftwill, . ,.d'iJa' 1 >,We:will;give.,.One';Rundr, Dollar : t F t ,. l BeaoUfnflocatfoe nd CT ; ''"" v - -1
:.J ... It:is_the :onlyremedywhich; } ( m '.Florida one of' .' I 7 ', }jPlace, ,:: ltsthof Surrmuidlnit -
/e :: > ; theVgardenspots for any; case of' ;Deafness (caused by ' .i' -5' I' to'the. bottom I # : -'
I'
\ Weil-rurmBhed
of the ,
blood
1 .
: YeI'J' : and '. Fine OymBsMam, rooms
t ."foi+ceaVoatevery'te'of, the disease! :'of=the'IJnlted:State,, I catarrh' y"that; cannot ,b.y cured; byHall's i,!pier particulars ;'schedule "iute.lns' la a Bank until fro eccoi. .yoa a paying ettaattoeSwspayeuruedtae. "Good Board. J .- ", g,:+
t" 'seaIstgestbeetsmdcheap. ..
.
F4 : TemsBeasonablesroomtohlmseUwlthoatextraeharge.: h.t1IdeftU'Jlna es
; c''K! ok :
S. is Catarrh.Cure. 6e d.10r'.clrCu4i '
I
guaranteed eatba ess.schoollntheSontb ,
.ft' purely vegetable, :: ,, ' write to G.D.:Aekerly.i General .Ji ky .' -, y..
-'"' f 1'',..-1.J If' ..contains'no .potash',' mercury-or_ .5. .-- lira,i'free.i f ,-1:& y *? Her;Agentf JacksOTVffl*; Fla.;" ***? ;. .M :11Buslness" - _.;.i' BZOEGZ N.WUD'Pres. ate

.t' :, : ' r mineral; --*: ;fV4 ., :'.. 1ITORT 'J"-: :P.-.!.:CEF1vEYdc"CO.:Tel op '' -- ; ': :/' .ass. s_ Colleges 1 :JTor further"Information and CaUlognes.apply ,
Book on Cancer will(, be d"f1' .u.a.a.nwfl1I.. that .. : : : : ( Celasetsaa,Gs 10 . l _to, I2 #
$ !
frmInL.mr'Ala.IRlontgom.ryAtn. WALE oT/ 'CUL.
t3old
-l r mant Bt< t> ..- ,- byDtttggtats, 15c.Ial" ': 't. < .*.-
= to address by the Swift ; \ -
asDeaoer" '
any '
Speciflr ,
; JtlCbeayW..Jna.
'rinD
,, '4t
Jaxi-Norhft {,but 116'. try : .' FAR .
v-- .
\ ;.F : 1la'&rebeatt.; :, .tN.'N ,1 1'r *= : 'r
; Ing to 1"
shake It .
.
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.t ofL-Fhtbulelphla. Record. .. Writs OOM fittkealataeNe. -
: "t"r, - '. "':,Ffj f r 1/ ,'' i -, k V SrtWv-Hl,. "i f"tS .t -, ." TO- <. .".. ..


if/It 1 ; fails to cure go to your merchant- *


- R i AND GET ,YOUR MONEY"BACKS '. -. ,


We-4wH| refund to him. Price..BOf + "f


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m' Sriioker.u that nlan,ain't-such a fool after n medicine>,like'men rand go'home:as ifnothingtad. I tare!,'The,manurefa'all' gbt'bat'tfieweeds As a rule, the cheapest'and'best-wsr- r nw-. .'
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1 _.-. i head:lllA."' ". meeting '' .happened;* said Benham.. are'no.V and. "any mail' who tries o t maintainuighumuathe. : ; gr01tI. : .\ -;,.
\ I ''took the mote and glanced toe Yeabuthowsre. we'going;to'get it ones and"has'to do his -m'hOe iw of'foliage crops that will leave large tt.

Shortly after eight;o'clock. oa; the riediy' through ,it. Then, I read i itood on. jeren t':.... ed Steene. ,You,. sent., -the. will,'be.'a '
morning' of. :.a pleasant .June day a again. 1 don't, kbbw-Why, but I ae -after' team .away."' Jt'-, era !tie;the rest of Wnatural life.jA inoi'be '"doD oowpeais/ the' Soy" 1 1/..

4 d number of bright ;active looking to hare'' aN preBentiment,that, ,, company, The deuc l" was iBenham's only' fertilizer giving 'the:foUawing bean or t.h'VefyeiJ: .be ;1" ;
r
": :. young rfenows were gathered in tbe would get no story.. by the i reply. analysis win be about.right for most grown;, and either plowed'UndeV'as'a: : '. !
'
] '',ofBcet Or,thfe PbLt. TWy**fc.sTtmbd :r "&anfbrd, niay W all light, Joe ertuJ : "I say, Mr. Operator,:where can wend ol ther' sandy' eon (,the SoutHi: green crop, fr 'ID some casesit"will. . i ',

.d ,. in-,;'loUnging fashion aa if waiting :,said:I,"but ahould let the paper : the fine a place, to -.1ee.p '' oD1rht.. ?" asked, .'4 per cent ammonia b'sufficient merely'to protect the natf '

z- Jfor:.some one to r.At i length to"prear jat the usual hour, and then ire i Stevens. 8, per cent phosphoric; acids 11to mal waste.incident, to harvesting -.r" ,! ."): .

S i-1;the door opened and 5 a tall;.slightly this'story is anything"big we can" .a ',good : "The-only ''place'I- know,of around 10 per cent potash l la conclusion, let me' urge upon/the:: .1 l.f.' f.'I:, ,'

.,_; 5' pIng, scholarly looking man en- out an extra." 'of the I here Is out In;the freight 1.,Th r and may be thus compounded; .1 farmers of this State.to.avoid he mistakes r.r ,. i'

-.ftererd.. '. "Hi goes you are right," musi-l i hi'a lot of.baled wo out there. It.wiHmake 1100 pounds'superphosphates- .15' percent made by their. fathers in the IdJ."n .

'Good morning, gentlemen- !!1"' "he FarrelL "I'll go in and see' the aelec l\! a soft:bed.**" ; : .1. er,fJl1f'St te +During; the season*ofIsaslSW i ,-

ouf.deerl! raa'Le' entered.- |I. roan, any away." '_ ntaL ,Sothe' two 'jkerss5 apent .the, te '400-pounds muriate ot'pbnih; tr Georgia' consumed400,600'. 1. .'

., 'rAoeei<' at 6bog!: Chipman-was Mr. Cbipman 'agreed with me, : pleas mainder.of the night on the soft aide 200 pounds sulphate. of'ammoniak; ( tons "of c commercial fertilizers_ .E. tkr .; .

,'_ 'the ply\uttcred in,Tmisun.. .' the paper'wen b toiprees: at the Sandy'*!: of two, woof bales.. ford was re 100 pounds nitrate of soda, .(' mating.' this ".ait the" 'low':;average.''I 1''of,: .A. >" .w"-. ..

. The first busineas of the day hi for hour without any story 'to'par- ugecwuerlI': 'Magazine. 200 pounds cotton seed meaL $2o.00per ton, it.repreuenta>:a;tot si* 'i j

a qs Jsitoplkcottwiacqualnted! with one a murder at Barlow,
K ? "anAtner'.i hthen ice will proceed to extra either,' for about 'fire. 'room ,Onion a rL: .***> .-. about t .$2.00;per acre,and'the"tendency x.
._;prepare;Jet number of the Cn n- Sanford burst, into the office : aden Prom tav Florida' Asrtcnttorlst.' This, will cost from $25.00 to $3CL<40 ttMn; _J.,)t3_>".fewyyeai: ;.{1*>=-.-tou-J ;: ;a 'j.

.ttc din,}i"The!li d. threw himself into.a chair., !He ; .' our- 'The, onion central probably .turlgthatedsoniewhere wild per ton according to' iransportatlon crease'- this.to' .-.$3,00.per'acre" ', ''onfords'aaryifarmcrope. . . ,.

t.f Introductions: .(followed., The.. IDei h them dd fjman, I',ever:saw. :rang..' Ia Aslavwhere'which charges, etc.,and'not"less,than half BIon" ,Ilweekw.theaib/ ; _
.
-are'still .found :
species" among should be applied to'an acre and era '= -f
/ estimate $23r bale
of as She fi1
editorial '
forming the. and reportorial Gentlemen, said h*. wjust an-4 '
the Pa.ren1a of our modern :varieties double this will :
amount often be required value ofleotton,Uhvo1l1d' t&ke'
tftafh::ol)tn :new ,.paper were gash note'to the;effect:tJi t7ameut; Lr.'to"be sought. It ..belongs to the 320/300 t
+ for the best results.
: the
,
bales to for fertflzers"used tr"in ?
'eyedfrom of the &anford is the most Dm1 .: pay ,
't 't all .parts, country son- had
: dates
''
not from
o lily,.-family.and it only Norman; Bobineofi.Humu G :'Estimating, '' r
argia our ,
:' :-ni PoatJi..bocked' p-a syndicate ool.#iiitcairktendom.Wnat.I .? It was earlier but;has wider Texascrop- fat
:pf- nbtioen .busmen men and poll 'the.matter, lair'Sanford Times: an eul1lure.t.ba.D period, a, 3,000,000, bales, this"tax: ,of the .

.;? c'taotiho- considered their little asked;.Mr.'ch : it ':impa range,.of known. It ia almost a curious any vegetable fact - *-J in' the- **SoiL*+- -*. J ,farmer. O'QI4'Dtr nearly/' o --. f ;

:clttntlued'to a;daily paper embracing , ..n a ooniaundedfcolelr..t( ,, :: ." too that those nations .tha$"are .most H. H. ''Harringtoni. pnxfessor ;loll ninth of his'.total ever cropa:;greater'tax' ,
than the
? ; ;'their political faith Chipmari; man/'' :.amawered Sanford, bS> 8tlg by fond of the onion and"its "ioud- chemistry College Station, Texas' ,:at Lord demanded"of' his '.'
.even '
,
<-w, 1, ..daily..in Crondail, "who,,although J the langaageylrrestatably fuimy r : : happily oblivious to an.r,01feDaYe odor, on July 8th delivered,an address," from itiscommon"y, practicejio' apply: -
which we make liberal:extracts. c :: 1,600 pounds of;hlgh grade.. fertilizer '
"'main.tsy'aif': .ttemtoczatlc.papermoist ,: he'rto1d received .
4 r."rch'pbrsua$1on The'writer '
. hey' may possess. to.:the acre.of.land. of/at. k
c '-. 'an ,arden' UJepu> scan,(had been: the.whole. story, ending'with. the' railroad members pacing;:the,night'in:a little oihi:are.bampOBed'Xnai&lyloi. min l ast"T'; Anoutlay; '
"'choseSrcditor-in-chlef and was .' I| eral matter in ksa fine state
belt '
mark- col- are( or
inn
in : where
Southern'Italy '
F y country ;!* trD.'that'e .
\ :Who'j' a"gathered about'hlm>hls staff -'''iid :that Hrery' man':ichargedf ; grea*. Ingleese,.is ,speak" bcf'wbere'; the of division But mixed with fish, min: ? unquestionably,the right! t -'Vm?? /:his.huid every"farmer.has ; ;

'tof'tatantar ' : ,,': ten dollars' or-the .JeamFfl smell thick that= eral matter ,we :dad ,also 'a."small .
; of
rat pay garlic was *o, you la (; 5rWaY:as ;to 'get the:largeet
'{ : _'Ffitr:of;j'all, ,murt be, mentioned: now". b it'; s those.nfafri" ,from = down' could'almost cut it with a'knife. Atter amount of vegetable or organic-'matter possible: "ield dCroni'.it oae' ; < .

\ ;71: :,Maidock;{ ayl' .editor. Next titmjn TimcB wili';pay; :,eVentnally." We will a,miserable .D1ght./and on.paying ranges generally, ,from, ,,2to; ,;<::10:percent another. ,But'iteoouom: year;with;
-t praefrticea
;.} .'k ;:uDkwa ti -city* ditor ".Toe".Fary ;' "The, l'oit"win a .nnretha, bhlr; : + if the his bill ba'ventured ,to ratk' theth not of the .on;\ .although H.may 'ay.temott: : -. .
: ; ; brought .
.* :rel], naJv '',: ; Banford,":, Bald the chlef : team. to over'cleanly.: mistress of the mansion; reach as high as.15,per eeae.g<.fiut its perfection in'the South "agd,tbai- -. .
Jong
..tEt.: r.whoalway; ,declared:coiqlcally 4i1'' fur In tine best chide-book"Italla'n The relative importance ia far greater 5 than will ,reduce : farm to"
theieerg&of'a
. 4i11i.t ,,war.a 8penlard. .rtitt. next 4f'"I"shaiIrpay: _yselfy-1Lr.. point could' muster whether'+"she: did not Ira proportlonsl 'amount;iai, the r soil.So sterility,:and,that/win.thin require at ". rz

,;.'J mantr''be"traduced -rwaa' George man>," repEed.Sejiford, "If.T wn : from dislike ,the -a,ol so much gArlIC great in ,fact:ithat(; practical men large of. attentioxi
; ., ;T.drrarduatiagton; raiied .\Edd1e. : have1"not-been far wrong in.taking: itl outlay; .money and " , .. -
: M '
enpugth to:go off.on cache wfld ,Corpo .de Bacchol" she\['ep ulDjtee to bring'backtofertllly, : ;
.: ; .r f'2t. ,'.*'i b. j.O' Fb t ,gu.rl chasej i:1n'wmi li' to:"foot' tie ." :dolt know .good."achmell 1 ven amount as an estimate of the'fertility :III/the last:generation e.Sonthf -
,
,:t. chool. who 'rat_,tees to become ni f Air for the murders I,anr afraid'& you, and you'e,himl"' of the soil. They,may not have understood doubled /its'.weaith'T'b1Jt' it has been

;. 1 t- "/ '" n. 'I .will'!i>e. &"double',ODle "when 1"'m D." ,Dart;''In spite of it all,"whatever.inaybe'thoright how'.it is thai this organic matter -.ar- '

'. & r1Qhipruan preaeuted. SaDiil.j. ., '. |t e.,Times.menon,,tJ ..atrtet. \one of cif 4Jhe garlic'the universal i plays such an ,lmpopUt.sD; [ of. gelI'7'7'1 soil .cultare/'airf'iftrtinzatioaiare.:! .
y. 7i'" ?ord t ('e:wetalllooke$ st him.Tall, u fianf ord was;true:to,.his;. 0x3; : \ verdict ,of mankind is In'favor Of'the the soil' Jertillt.-; bat.;"in;so.many sxtravagant d-'Wa.teluL: :Instead:off F '' '
f
alepda =wlh handiomn : irly h to': onion moil other instances, they have acted..upontieir <
4; { ,r t paid all:the zpenaeB ccna & : alt not only.omb' the building', the:soqth"humus .
up thai\
_w sfd._:klong9 Wanda .,mustache, he x nutritious*' of is has in I _knowledge of.its value and left .
hl7 journey: ;to, -Barlow, and: in ,vegetaWear-brut3 soil.has been knpoverished wltJc overtaxopping >;
1.1. sieguha J ,man. Weseifhimwhei. week's time'we had. the repasi many.cases distinct.therapeutio value. some ODe:1ae'too explain 'the ca ae. and chemical fertStlZay. e ?
'.f ,, . forgotten. ., %.
.
".hIm dnwn ,.. 'u l Organic matter exposed'to>rthe atmosphere :
',{ J ; :ati !tifeay":tight ; x ctmiataaoe., &I their It is one of the'beat correctives known 'Reform in/fom'methodsrs4oukl'be
, ."'"4q. stJiete," Idnbbe'd ;,- .Q ...The flit outburst 1"" of jealously ;: !Into the tit, certain, < imorbid eyatemaUc obndi- decays, nd.Ua'. eonfttitueats['ssgssses commenced'at once'and/pfersIstenUy|
'1 h11rh. ,with Joe--lFarnU,1ater.! T ; : .' "; into.the alf/or become j
f to send 'tr end are escape
.. 1Society" mlona" .
1 flee Tlme : { . .f. foloe hernrUt ,
men becxx3wquite t.
"r..r 1rtatarather"epled{ Joe, how im { dissolved the soiT.water and are 4 -'. 4 .. -' .. .. ., ,' : -
'.lt :. : : with/he.Pait.measnd alter old. not supposed to be on speaking. terms ;. -
7'.. ,, rHs; cams. highly, .emended:,> Shannon/.the retlydi'p'Uaman.of tie But'the.I'ijr'lady who'>ia..troabled leached. out--or wrasbedaveay.Thlt'decry ildw' under The riorida TersiinmoiL'1_ !' -

'a f Boston i papers:;howv et, sal he rr wee rinses,;openid.: ip+aamslticafe i ,.to gone' wlth':what'&:termed .-'*1muady'com may;be rapid or. or ,Elie appearance' :oiih Xaki orjJapan'.perslounon -*
dinary'oondltana.it is slow but eul'tivatk
., 2 a;reporter ai\a.fair:salaryThe: aronIIdahwr: from.,.. Ue'diffi' plexion".will often gndimat a diet in : ;:' on" the'b-Uf. /stands" ,._
;'.s .. '.reporters ,vela Crandallabop.Ltiyt :; .' it'w. no Tare( ght.to.Times; e_onionia-find a' liberal pLce will >n (facilitates it, \When. we expose .e- io'l'e1i ni bow> much' .Florida- r !

.:.tbeee/'wasthe litUe3 French .amd 1f'mea'm'Inigled'Qa+ door/a do.more,to give her the coveted "rose1 ;tile o to sun'and} strand keep is indebted 'to'China, 'and',.J apan" ,'for' .

'.\\'T. ::4 "l.'J. and '; '::of'-.n..:. .'. ;,but- ",ht. !; about:ahelabia: ;'.iashe baa1i'tJ.O : m that Uni of Uithan; altthe,potions, it.exposed .by continual contribute, cultivation' 'h r ,fruits.\* 'The:'pef mmon"tBli: ,./ .:'

..:.:-.i..I. erniC5iiia_ telegraph, ..editor.: 0 ,,: playing crib or whist C, "Wes mfl 1.(, :They or.costriettas sW can swallow,* and &stirring, we Urgely to Conrn-1 'and';Kilter" a.la'9tl: "
'.'$ '- _* ' 'V introduced'tbbF ; h -' :'WiTO; t and r In the.,lower'hill States where winter the decay, while this organic,; matter the'o1d.' '. 1 _,
.fltT r-'k_"ft" [r. Chipu having d ;gay ;together. ,'ieTen. is of fertilityybetao.q.1 .it,is Chlnee sandipearjV the/Ioogf S.
S
sii :.V "nberrS, .- .; the'd"t' .8 far'aa.,aoteet' ., ;.,a'c't'_"c1. i .. _J the gardens are:;practicable c.the onionThu decaying.a messnre, it censes .to be<-aoiaa.soon I lint of' peaches.,of theYeento and_ ','Hoar i t'

'jW; -j' pttiec f ifae, .2k-upj.; klie.enbSei. bnsinees, we: lvere.,?till ,7'riTal ;, . is often-pfown with. great success and is arrested. And it is:'this ey, ,familieathc. g: Chinese cling-"* 5
: repeated Southern as:decay ( ;
profit. Indeed,, the grower stones" H Cninesft :
.', f'I' lanai paper eon taatly endeavoring to 'quinee.:weighing,, r
of mat
,; f :t *tlMbok'intb;bli C ;Farrell "scoop.on 'the ;,epee, ;bntj: ,hostler,1 has several 1 .. decidedadvantagesover; actively decaying part organic three:;or-tour' ;pounds,..the,:.Satauma-r, *

; ?J, 'and.th. men anderh4sn lnto the'citb : every :one ;ept.tr: ? on the, 11S enl brother.. fhe crop;is almost ter that,constitutes- ,,valneol. UM.1If the; earliest(.'-one'.of ,the' finest of,,
whole. ThU caU humus.
4 ,
we
where stele 'inrntrament were (' .1'' entirely free froni et-enemies and part ;,' ihealdd-love.aringes=llhe jfenrtarin ,
h
-' .the i grap ,: good friend*; ,, J W'J' .the soil is rich in organic matter; ; ; .
.,;.' .and,my;demk,were alto:located, I 'We 'aofcTmd; ;-.t.ha i:our f rak/ ,,for us,L iromIfcamee'intOm..rbi', attlme.when'tbe the Sing,'and other j excellent oranges,.
tofr' & JJt.., a; :old < is neeirtyased the, humus will, genersily.Aav: tb:1 = 1- t
rhe'reporters arioms'aisIgn- pre rfonj?:of Sanford rwaaanynt; :, 1' crgp about '0\11 -12htrd part of tthe. ,whole, long. P.JaPaJipl.(including J
; "
i Jc1 ;". enh ;' tAnd, e0, .ythe'new. paperwn., hiI erroneous;one.' He..'one"of., pr and..threfore prfces are'pretty the:Seisetlhe.Burbank, the "
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When-extracted from oiga.ne"matter I
'
,- ''-ok. feCowmJ ;, ," said, care to.be good.: and "or 2
-' strain.. rte'' best; : ,that erwr lived "", Abundance, twenty .thirty Utia-
J 1 it .is of varylna.compo.itioa and
"$ .: '" ""'; The'Tmeaaa" ,I .:" .&.'h, .c ownjwayBtartJng" c turned. out;;to.be. ,; morebrezv'a',n .Steve" ,70., ;,.Amattg Northern" ;-grertre- Qbere.b and.in cropping,1 frequently appearance era;-.the'dapaneae;-' -':''iJiedlar.1, .. :'or Loquat' ,, f.
r t ;'f Cranda]!for.O.many.years,'it,_ paper* man:,of: the &n\.:water. :: quite;s>rangeroivstiesjto\eeleet:; the little"Kumquat;orengelie( Japan;:
S : : ;removed th'e soil
; more rapidly
. f ,. 1, n.\ThD':. DOt t.rue 'at,the,, Sooth from '
r oily; m6or. 'iha'\l of'. a Eert'1crvezperlencs; waa'never. ; Clover; &;Japan chtatnnbesides1- t.
'- --< -*- ; than it can be reformed bydecay. 'So
\j. ,. hour?Wt' t Ttte:Bermuda onion'so far...the wii- ; '
: uewpaper,to'dlapute !\fieldj with ed., ;'Jt"w.-'W' t. ,'.andFait , rious ornanientals, together cotatitatea '. ,
of soil with
.4 : that a piece plenty.: f organic
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: it stfll become
f' matter In may' :: '
J .;tore.'kThrITail.between. ne to cultivate.. t a .;
.? .down',.to: the..very dent.Jnpressroom. I learnn r.4oM '.was':npt} ;; .thetiro: I tempt. ,to'. cnMvste'IighteenTnftwriter ; unprofitable! -will, 'J least sppredated'yithese.: numerous: "
'% .; ''Especially:was .it\.bitter pendent eigoavhissalarye'and, ,'climbed, agar,. ienithe. : 'first;;began' ::ex: aoo and\of theprodneUOon rest, bring rfhfumus m.the;;; decay gifts'! idle.a.Went %;'j rOccldent.' 't

'r 1 /' '\> between: the 'repoi tena,. >TheTimes. slstcr'were4/ orphans and .almost; started( l perhnentlnr fa'"tbe' -m' er. In"South ficient quantity for h f'Uvnd'to; a- Japan U ,compa tfyelypoor| indciduousfrpita *-- ,
t.JDQ' ;,: ; ii: Florhahe took:the adrkeof.: ,Northern :a" excel
.; couldn't say-anything, mean. in' the "worl They haSi, 1ili ; ,. tile.r of high giadeof :"
become 1er c
'' abbuf.thePost:.men:6anf .. :. conaI erabl&I pr < from '. : ce a'the I, ern seedsmen;: ;and?tried some .hail -, . ,' vf 7 .- . lens .he nmti.the: m "n .uked.r.
: "i enough; :; p ty : considered aa almost -----p ---'- -- 'r--- --' ---- '
.:' i .. : : .Uow dozen''' ;,highly:' mend* Pptt" .1ismd Timua'neay be high 'with;them .;6ut -'--Into
.. ord was at once picked'out., b 7eTtmn father- ,They ,.hired'" pleasant.p : w --'aI1i1.- thV-:banking house of od 'l fertility. : ; .it? ? !
+" ss w'ieapegeait; .At noon,ef.the" in -lashionabieipart;of the town,' ; ; VE ;> "Italian' aatletie!<_; .. ly The..great bulk_ of ndtrogen. : :'supplied ,such;a:distinguished ocHnpany.oIithe., "'vfruita ;
z f !ol f And1 Ume WGW4-"WaI'.';t3traathe : *
restaurant '' money of.the;greatest ,frultpro4ucing -
Sandy's .
'. first:iday' e Trent, to a ho'use; wa always:bpenj 1 ' to, the plant is. furnished by the humus
: 4 ;' : e; not until he''learned of a o aler from country of the world that'it'pates Into
ht .
aen. Heitooka eUOW"'joumaBst& The Irttle- ;
frequentwl by newspaper 3 : jn furnishing
4 : While it is the agent
: ; wh* 'he.could obteln;wifttT'certaiafrf: ; .
m
b. ,beo' ; inaigniflcance. Moat varieties remain
l" *
'tat.'Io.'d" t ter waai dmewht oi 1' .
eat at a / 1 .
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"n ; to the plant muchof the mineral
*' ": ::which trio: Tlmarmen''Aere8, dining,'I the,-bo efiat'ah's; ,.treitediei, ;all -ali .! .the,seed of.theyenuine+ (Berraiudi. TOri"as'eyer -, matter. That t to'say, mineral matter hardwhen;; ripe Ad 'bareto.: .be.:eaten, .
: ;; : : ),the: fty 1 ta: 'abletb Wfaiy- hard,. OTxlrto-anvAmerican.' are *'1' r.
: .i J1W: .- perently: engaged fnonVer soi'therp'\is;:no;ronramte'' In_my. : which exists in an lMclub1e'eoD. ;they '
1 : < There : \
atton notpaying""'lany.atiei* tat- .s ,- it tool; itng> Ju oaa'gtwwing? ; ; are very poor eating indeed;:aickish-.weetwhhoutcharacter :>
k : ditionin the.son.-uu.eaf.with humusben
l\ : h> who
'secd -through the South
; accoin- now .ortpiritETenthe' .
ontojtheirieBow.qnlll; driver ol.the The Port 1''' .*,,trifle ortr. w ,present and becomes voluble aid > '
J' : : j midnighl 1 1t. t t handle iUn;geBteineiseed:which,'d bas I - Japanese ..have 'tu.seasoa them by1i.i; .i ,
when :
:
".:.- .r ant., Their;'con rlemtionwa! carried 1 montbe old:" ;one ononung in available. '- '. ; )
X a p: nitTeacb/here-Bntn about'tbeilrsfeolOctober __ .t Yf'I kind' ta 'oJt'i '
Ui' of l1i at"-'or'te.in .
: = \
; t. 'an
.i..i.t weirer; that S cember;;eiaclh, and pi the Foat; '
-t _. 1 of manure
.The value barnyard '
}. i iB'fioulliPlorida onion seed I great ,
'k ' i : 5 : .wine.barrel.to.import to them:an acceptable ; a
h.e2p. T : :
could OTerhearingwhat
Swordd mea OTCea hxtyog4i.
: :. t received;!: *' 'tvllhaeldam ,gerwiii:+te?well 'if ,:sotwpt I o. ommereia1. or.chemical 'fertllizera ,i .. .:' ..t '- .'

=;:_ \ .l ; they were; "jh elr :tall Md r--mail *he*following tinHtaiion:;; ; : ere'ppeU'l wai: before,' :,tba. 8ret>:of :iWovember..,111 f :was-for.atong. :time.,not/ur: i- There,areTihoweversk-few\varieties"; ) : .
p? *horribkmtiyder'coinmit;: "Mr. Jraen l': qoD" should .stood and H is'doubtful th ezplan- ,,
' t then planted ft good'drill ,
.tile > nth little town'di < :: Thej by which' are,mellow, when ripe, among' f
'.' 1. -nlgntefor | tltieasts the"pie rnteiaf i t
= yoarr Fifteea inehes is srt, ;ai.:about_ e the; anon is sufficient iCb;, iaeemi to w'hich'is : yPr
prominent the.Tanne4f shi
if': Hal=low, soave t Jfmnt. CranRdal a.6moke-r to'be the l : / ; his la' :
at given to :
due
proper i space Ho Jeave' between thro e I be; to,the large amount of organicmatter'which ;:
f"'t.
seedJess: kind *
'Imperial,
ac Teanlora aranlCinsll aaid, : ;: aim ; This Iai/ J
.7- \ they;> paper_.men':of CraaaaU;at .hit'' f. it ccm.rh1a'aloW
t uite I ,
'howeyeT, o ft Isitcbe'grbwn
'
r rop ,larger .roimdish-conical, pointed'/': ,-
: : very :
.s.
/.nil oumaliitic: .noetrila'ncettag 11 leads ,
:! ;: ,'one tlraiidreclana;.-eighty'! r :it W tt makearrtiti'to : ge. 1I'.decaa and tunls'hea.hmmna.to.theless : smooth and symmetrkal.dteme; p'_ ,.ster

'" T'C&f, r.. ':Be-"iWrrie. ," --'- ;Ant bed '' \ gerfonJ. .a-renue-. ,. fiatardar- ,. ' -m.I ,\. inents ifor.cultivation whir n:ho soil,iwhteh;amlocks1nsolublemineral; very thcm4h_ ti4o tndinallI 'ant .oJ'.L

Of'.'., '- ).J ,4. ;dlnn.nd. :- .' t- l1'.l ; cem1e jbnn -thRe,"1895;"at :on:. down hoe:JTh bL ceee eitiy thlydrowabp pld 1 ttef'.bom"ttb ..oil*, and' r:supplies three and one-eight inches?transverse .'" :

: ,#< 'Dolfam..to dongtiant rtlt'.chumpS o'c'loek w t I 7 have m T paee, S .'lf for ad inside of. uf ThV.erinltf lftd"aD manure has
:- m..rt' arerenJfng tvlnlgleeuomf r+1be hone to'travel #ation of 'to:1:,bright: red:.at.maturityV flesh, '

: "r' ticar.L ones,ofe filmea mtnr goodly. JTOpany.7of_ :journaDBta? :, : ghie aid iby removing'two teeth ,the:roWs ceased.' .) -' -\ yellow, generally seedless, as trlngent;

: "._ '_ "Oh.but: ire' -frnitt" ezelalmed'tbeT eined> :In ;they. 'p'l eas nt>Banford ; ; >rtbd:'+oft on'either side anW straddled.by'the .We.1'0 have spoken of the chemical rat until f unjr'ripB, \Din"cine of.the eat"> :a

t.h 'J J.-"ug-h1Dgo I I'j dance on::Baa rford,aTenne;/_ : t : c&Ttity oi an excess:'of'organicmatterand luscious,' .melting,and';,buttery,.:to .be: ') ;,

', J ;: t e1.blah n tltetrzmeal. at theirc dali badn: yet reached tee' ; 'aa tedhea 'work'+9uii'b.4aneiiinithis,way.. ',The human. But'It is'..also un eaten -with a spoon, one..of the rlehe t .
4
": _"} f .' :1e1auft.;;Dde'1I&11'lng ctgatut 'left'"the If Dignity ft.can,:be oalled,'o :; .over onion'meeds'frtiiient( and light:hoeing, 'properconditions.o( greatphysi; and.inoatsaUsjthat'r. rt w: '

: :'', .{,. ,- },, They'ft1'; antaMe' ;;justin. .time" .. ing'a' .Sunday"pftpeTW8aJbut'a y ataitionj ,ndJfbcl tbj..iJ-hoe ..u 1kh cal ;orv;mechanical''value. The, most IImPoii. { out of-the ground.? v :'& ". .:' ,;.. ,t

,- .'.?1--t.t', ,.\ to'alJeS&nt0r4'.hr\b7.1P,, .t4' : ... .1- 4 a',ptt ing"wa to get(needed culture than nt:of these influences are:ThefacreaBed. .' ,f'q"', '"the:Japan' persimmon ".asj a-: ',' ",.t'.."

.7 ,'IO: ,; -: D111' .'They stood' pslic;imen.. 'Among -''ttw" ., : : y' when;it elL.rtai be-done'withytOteNdia.hioned : .capillarity of4the}'; oil/the; w has almost t nlmsan.1t: of.recogn '

.:,.rK J' }Dd: .t ec1'h1i1'.:he IIrove tip the- were::Benham" :and :Bterens, the fA i-Bell" : {bMidho: / f; .course Increased'' power'given f !, to. the/soil! *,to ., on'and_acceptance:.,The1 hard-

-t. :? attestltkea': whltd.notaamiles4lietrs : : men(who;had' ent' anf ord ott>1 # 1UI1D& iJie di.8t..mct. thinning'--has.,,to'1b| I hold'wtterj.and-be Increased.frtabil- varieties'-'are::ftfl .oily/fo'.Pip- .indT -t

; '<-'. .j. ftJ1e1r-Iniftrdwn1rt1a' nille rldeltoZBailaiw: after i1t ; i ; t his just. doirellnlheloldibtclcrcbtng[ .'woTandthtreiamo i ity)'orporosity i of. the wit *A'ioll. ,that lathe haft AarietIn: order.to'develop . z

?,, &,,.!. ; ";," Be.DlU" .' t.or'',"..i.iRm..a'- < _'mike.a.1 that"nter took'plac/h. To_ : : : masIrie veatd/oTlik; iyto COn ainsa'* third;more'of Ommos than K :; their 'test 'qualities,':hare to-be' ,

':. ., : :-1'the Post: office? .nmarke- I l appearineec: the-n
,:' rf4t6 ;:anei, 'dHd'ou'. ,_ ., . of,.dglrtsk ;. j noeforgotten. bat'as. ,we Monr af read* ,It : lager svnda4 marrows:light hoeV; ume3oarfe:more water.;t Of course,;n that. : fruiterers 'often: /eoosider '
:
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'.- \E.:1'>OtermwhIle1}.tbee.,;.weE'rhw1i' '.:i: wardi;; med-; the whole' -.i- ; : !'to blot + The anlotf firefers,a rich moist loam;', the dry;period,of'summer,'.this. -r diffe-" them,rotten;and throw,.them,.away Jn. ,0 1 ,

1'fr oe ;:iDc..IOft, ;M-theJ ,Post,.office,:-I enjoyment wa
: -;,",C" I:1.wee"snrdons. ,_ toout, ; spar" : carefuBy' concocted ;;plan}:of ,;Sa 1 .: -a1 pineiBBrfajof'the Sooth,with fair j growing;:CTOp: 1' .h'Whenhumus .'n e.tre; /6\ot any morev' d1;

w_'r" ".tIQU) j', brlSl.ty.:n arrsJp per,on- ,thli .*W thellfO&L V. : : ;r success-and.Wta.un, ;011'.the richer flsdeneitnt. ; :;thestonwiilleachtainy than an'orange" against.a/late, spring": .

':,-: .\ ,i yCand pere3t-was:alter noon; OrA of doors It was a terrible ; : :-an tinn- rhainmocks",.and. 'sooaetlmes// ,intthe ,and plant oodLis rapWly frost'';: , ,tt epaaterLmlaing; ;fisrrellwheari'.bo very eol Bind;oriny,(a steady[;f : ,milei off "muck; land" ,e'-\\soHBaUd'/: t 'wasted. In ,a:clay soU tiat is! .' sxcept";! :'when;'grafteid'on:"the' '

/. 'r :i 4_ y anotir a: ,xleit'.betag' ;driven Yell : : ,rue woods"'also
./. t., t. ,',from' --the.,-.stable. ,cli.ftaDtIi1i. ., , 80. _; the: "by a.fierce Ac th rest r.- J ; ; sent on land;its: properly; drahied. 'tfo-L.nran} ganlc'matteri Increases ',its porosityahd.'trapillarhy.'and who appreciate, 'the "

.-.''. . : ::r,t .w.t1Imo.t.waDudJek.. ' ,intooiflcerbesthgia The"_ er; 1II'tatii1n"f. ( hall : .: to';Oran. snouldrhoweverundertake: onkm culture :thereby'. .;odds;. "ma-'. few.really choke varieties,;;would keep!
; ., p.t, ': :hutfy' written :bit SOd,a conndence.., ;: t : "21a in'the South or anywhere else unieaa .taiall i tits ferUlitT.: ,* a few treea Jmlbihe birds ere.extra or- '

.' ' m; thes1ng J_m ao,' It do oa';all t' t ae a'> ; for& ,. "he"if prepsredjto latest:libtnily The,k ynoteto";.the'address wa, a.the in&tnTff 'ditlhem', &:the apa ri; : f

>. '>$'naa;,.: ', .. Wes= 1n'simenl exclaimed In -fertilizers.. If Trt:will'snot do i.this sin wen- *;#a;'jlie,:jya Oaat..' So ,''-Shallthe persimmon .; HtUeoonaldeT8tion.Trade _
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_ :i-::, iw. . c, gat1rnn, ler at Baa '; -;.ibe '- 'aoor, e ledle !forgot.. he bed';*better .by' all,'rnesim stop.'titr :Him1iN'of,',t3 .Soi};rbe.Mainianedr nowadays.-J'rn.I-t.. Journal..' /, '

..f r.V' _..' ".'.,"." R. J,.a.n"c' "gone, . boat,as \printer" .g fore'he begins.-,.BarDywrdmanure no- '*;:andl',the- answer
' cx t :,lo'get" :" b Ho1d- ;,papea'' .7.. 1m ,- "> iWDa.ID". \ IS.fi .,.1'+. .n. ." ? 1rt 11l;:bail.1. less. it h aa been.:otliuroaghlycompoated /: Inrtereel fro' the tithes OulfVtban Sttitet '". .. : .. ;V
: ' f "> M: J ur titid+a 1w iaot-1sd.ienbktn>Onion"tl*;*"ml- Iii;nature'Idepositothuinua\ : : .: .>Hoj>eralT"".rvwjseen .ntajltk"ttt. .,> IL"4 .._ _-..
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I:i-rt 0 F FRANK' T. BUDGEPROFESSIONAL : : .'

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CARDS. On 12th street' -the Up-to-Date I Bar- X7ANTKD-SEVERAL 'TRU8TWOBTHYpenoot :
4P ADDITIONAL MINCE MEAT. In this atate to manage our buu- "
: ber Shop. 6-19-4t-ycl De.a la theirowu and nearby counties. It is MIAMrBUSIN !ND !
WALTC 8.OKAVAMBOBBINS RESLDENC-LO1t
0.0.M.Bo..I. 694 city metal;oftlee work conducted at home. Salary
At & o'clock last evening .
Y Negligee shirts to sacrifice; your own tralnt {900 It.year and ezpeniea-deflnite.
& GRAHAM CO., price is all right at Sewells. 5-21-tf voters had qualified and placed their bonande efennce.no more Enclose no leu addrewd ultrr.. Monthly stamped$75. -

Mrs. T.. N. Gautier and three names on the registration books. envelope, Herbert Y. Hen. Preit, Dept. M,
A.ttorax at vr- boysare '
hicafou 50a> r
.y .U..leS.tza-po..pl
Y'' MIAMI. DADS COUNTY FLORIDA. expected: home to-night.. They C. S. Scbuyler of the,Indian River i i ... .. i The Real Estate office of Mrs Julia D. 'Tuttle-has'been

will be accompanied by :Mr. and Mrs' State Bank of Titusville, Is._acting as removed from the north-west. '
and federal ANKOTJNCEMEKT8.FOR . to the northeast the
+! :_ trill practice la all eonrtt. State corner_ of: : ;
*' SpeeiaffaelUtlei! for examining perfecting Frank Gautier and their two childrenof cashier of the bank here in place of '
land Titles. We bare the only completeIMtract C. H. Garthside. TAX COLLECTOR.The Hotel Miami, '. \\.I. 'I"'.
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Y- books covering South Dade county Crescent city. i ,

the and Circuit receive Court dally at report Juno* horn stowing the all Clerk land ul Mrs. C. L:Ximanies, wife of C. L. Ward Fowler, son of Dr. and Mrs. S. friends of Henry J. Anthony :- "'

transfers. AU the certified Abstracts Title Ximanies, manager of J. W. Bates' Mills Fowler was down from Chicagoon hereby announce him as a candidatefor The New Town DeForest ,
4 for Sooth Dad county are mad at oar Miami the office of Tax.Colleetor of Dade .
officeJAS. 1-1.bl. dry goods store, accompanied by Miss a three' days' visit at the home of County, subject to the action of the f ?te* ;

.',BAHDKBS K...A JUf.o. Beatrice will Ximanies of St. Augustine his parents this week. Democratic primary. Situated one,and one--, alf. miles north of H aJjah eta I Iii. \. oW'; :"
arrive in the city tomorrow even Tucker took
Chas. Miller and Oscar

w, SANDERS & ATKINSON, ing. They will assist Mr. Ximanies possesion of the New York Bakery friends FOR TAX of E.ASSESSOR.The L. White.hereby ready for the selection :of lots, and the adjoining i -U'zoaacres is

in the of the Surprise this week. Ct Guetb handling the has . .
management been
him candidate for the sub-divided into' t' '
announce a ten .q''f
u
-acre tracts. : ; rt: ,
r- Law and Success, boys. .r. ;...
Attorneys and Counselors a Store. dough oven. office of Tax Assessor of,Dade County r+ '

Office In Booms t'and t. M. Buholtz, who shipped his dry The Glidewell family, who have all subject to the" action of the Democratic Every one can'find: ',land to suit. Marl,:Frame,;Hfg&and: : *' -* :Y

i Brown's Brick Building. goods and gents' furnishings to Key been sick of measels and typhoid fever trimary. -' Low Pine Land,, Orange Land Celery Land, 'and;.'asl fine* j.'.;

t-U-tt-hs. MIAMI..LA. West about.two weeks ago, was unfor- for several weeks, have all about recov FOR COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR.I .'_..' .' '\-, f ,*:: .:>""
tunate enough to have them stored In ered. They have had a very unfortunate Hammock Land as there is in the state. <, j }I ,f. ;;'; ..,
I hereby announce myself .as a candidate 1" , ".'
; : GEO.A.WORLEY.General experience EJ 4-'r r -e :;
the warehouse that was burned at Call office "
that for County Tax Assessor and at., or address --f. : ;
.. tbOIn09-mb: T..Mw. place last Monday, and he 'met' with a C. W. Gardner, of the Royal Palm, respectfully ask the support of the voters -... ,' '. t l .. .

practice in State and federal Coorta. total loss. We understand there was leaves for New York in the morningfor at the Democratic primaries to be E. "i' ,t ..yt,. ...
All business entrusted win receive prompt atUntkNL. held throughout the ,Sept.27th. I. HARRY TUTTLE i
county
x weeks' He will be
Agent for no insurance. a two outing. M. E. GKTTBCK. \ -' .: ,;.;:(
QXJtMAMIA. UR XXST/aUVCX cQ r.& tt accompanied home by his daughter \ *
MIAMI IiWM.
The walk directly in front of the IrFLAI.: -7
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o ., Hew Yoel.An Pearl, who will hereafter reside. with r .
FOR e.ht-m I ,. -
COUNTY TREASURER.I
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Royal Palm leading from the to : ;
Wnds of life policies wrttUn. Once over steps her parents here.
',j lnort.niryrS. Palm Avenue has been filled fn and hereby announce myself as a candidate iI;
r On Wednesday night- Mrs.Dr. Huddles for County Treasurer and jrepectfnlly ,
planted in and in the is "
center
grass ton arrived in thecity from Bartow, i ask the support of ije voters .B..n 'tk i alB
Mills Fowler, M.i D. being built "six! pointed star mound her former home. Dr. and Mrs. : at the Democratic primaries to be held. !

HOIffiOPATHIST. similar,to the beautiful one that was Huddleston have taken apartments at I throughout*. the co 'ntl1.JI Sept.. H.' Dimick.27th. an 0\\ .ay BcaynffMIAMI i

:I on the river side of the Royal Palm the Miami and will make that hostelry :. < -

18th street, near Anna,B lastfwinter. : their permanent home. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I ;

Brotherhood and Sweet Orr &; CO'B E. A. Waddell on Thursday sold the anno"nee'm1aelf 1 ... ...
hereby as a can- .v.
Chronic D4s1s a specialty. OTeralUatSewells' 6-21-tf I. '
; 27ang-tf Ed Aldricb home in North MiamI'to didate for County Treasurer, and respectfully FLORIDA.IvooxromATxD . 'f #
This week, have been at ,.w
'painters E. Curry.. Mrs. Curry,who is a pro- aakrthe support of the voters TTvcn THZ LAWS or FLoz7Diet, c,1). s ..
R work putting the finishing touches on at'the.Democratic primaries to be held "" i
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; 4 S. the new, and handsome fessional musician was last night throughout the county, Sept. 27th. ; Conducts a General : '-". >
G1LLESP1E EMLOE, D, D convenient expected on any train: The family.will J. W. Comstock. M. BROWN.. ., : Banking -
little, four-room gardener's make their future home here. Business. IssuesDrafts-
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'. (" cottage PRcatoorr. ; : .on_ ;All' 'i. 1 -
Office in Bloek. J.; >P,
S opposite l ,the eXperiment'ltatlon.. The table for ladies at the FOR REPRESENTATIVE. ' Parts of ;
the
Seperate R. R. MoOORMICK.VKwPaxMoorr.- World. ,,Accounts M:
a, : Crown and Bridge' Work _a Specialty. .tact;that'0.8. Salzman has the work in Arcade restaurant and fruit stand Thereby' announce, myself as a candidate : Solicited and '_ :

., ; ,' OOIcs Roan: 1 a...to I p.'.. . charge in sufficient,evidence that it isbeing G.21.lm..fcl for Representative to the LegIslature E\.ery.Favor'C il"
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i." l7auaa .: :well done. "" J J. H. Doty, who served the, first from Dade County, Fla., sub- CHARLES, H. GARTHSlDE- \ :.s 1St ant. :With .ConservatjveBanting l
J Ject to the actionof the Democratic IQ.
Dr. JaS M. Jackson, Jr., John,Bewell 'was called to Day ton a meal in a Miami hotel or restaurant pdmar-I WM. I. MXTCALT" \ Extended. ;,.:.', f to- !: '.-
being some time in January 1896, at \ ; :
because of the : ; .
Wednesday morning! : ;
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MIAMI. bf what was then the nucleus of the FOR REPRESENTATIVE. "!
sickness Mrs. who is cO
severe Sewell 'X'S: :..
FLORIDA.. baT Hotel Miami, was in the city.thisweek I respectfully hereby announce myself '''' <
thought to typhoid f %er. Mrs. .
t OBet! at J'rtltDh representing Griffin Bros. Macclenny to the voters of Dade county as a Seaboard National Bank New-Yorki: : -,
towm.KYaaor. I&va.ITOU. Sewell's many friends in Miami are : :
_, sM-!.ta-a rery solicitous: for her welfare and Nurseries. He bad not been here candidate for nomination the for the Nat'l Bank pf Jacksonville t"- 1 I acksonvilIe.-
to -
oisLATOftz, subject primary "
since June 1896 and became lost the r
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thai the fear "of election. W. J. e: ,
will SHOJTK
hope typhoid "
) John,S. Frederick first day in the maze of brick blocks FOREIGN ,,
prove groundless. and paved streets. Cocoanut Grove. I' CORRESPONDENT, :, -**
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aw CI'll 'BDb 1eer and s UITa orl. 'Wo.:'O. DftWitt, of Cleveland, 'OM:. Up to the present time, since the FOR COUNTY-ASSESSOR. Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne, .- 'NewCYork.Elegant : .' . ""!
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"' Notary PabBe for State at Lara. one of the executors of the estate of 'soldiers infested our little city, the tUpon the urgent request ol many '..... -.ter_ ::6'.r"

t.,! Particnlar Atteation givso to Bab-DIvSd- )(rI. ,Julia D. Tuttle arrived in the physicians have been struggling with rienda I hereby announce myself as a t Iron Twit tna-8ar&t Proot Sift l Conwsslfli: ,Loclv :t.o.
Wltntripli Bw
'. ,log large trsa s. night. candidate for re-nomination for the :
city Sunday He will return in of sickness of .
some
many severe cases .
see.
:.-::t0IIGeO& Bt,near"AT..D, ___?. , office i of ,County Assessor upon the
;'i ;, .1 I.ai4L Xr.MIAML.tFLOBIPA.Ueo.W. a few days to, Cleveland to attend to which have proved fatal. (Dr: Jacksonnow Republican ticket, feeling confident '-17-o.hi ..' or thll st Imo orod1IkL..... -- -: . J

., '' + 'some',business matters. He will then tells us that on Monday nexthe I that my conduct of the business of the r- ,. .

r.: ii/ .'Allen', return to give strict attention to the will probably discharge all but two of .' office will stand the closest scrutiny. .

settlement of the estate.Headquarters his patients, and unless new development Subject to the action of the Republican .. .. .,. ... 7
at ewe : .
.'- Attorney, ; county .' ,
: Y TT@Fa
.i--r... :v for Cleveland Bicycles arise he does not consider. those convention.C.. C. HAIOHT s ... .1 : -.t ;1
{' ..'t"' oS.. \, ,' Ext_ 'Wear.. Fif*" can be.found at Greer's.' Don't buy two cases serious. I West Palm BeacfiTFOR '.... .:. .. ", ... .
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.t ._Will prafitioa fa all the COl its,State and nntll TOO have_seen. them .B-20-2w ,. Mr. S. H. Sherard, formerly of I J z ,J;, ', ) it.:.:

: \, .Federai I--*. r' -T"" - 1 Miami but who has "squatted" on apiece .. 'REPRESENTATIVE.Being : .
-.( '. .. .( "" The jonng Fourth of July celebration Israpidlyforgiiigiothe: :i front s1,
n. that has severaldays of unsurveyed government landat : .chosen by the .Democratic
'going
on
.tor. .
i : SCOTT : oolDox: R.DROOMZ the boulevard been near.l2tb 'street Cape Sable, states that there are no Club of Miami precinct, I hereby announce'myself - : ; ,'- ./] l"
: \ 7 :. on_ as a candidate for Representative .. < 'l ,:
l.'l1' 43c.BECOME, has been caused force of workmen- mosquitos around Miami. He states } '
; byja to the Legislature'from
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: .A. ,under. .the supervision of W.'H. Wealberly that at Cape Sable they pile up on a Dade County 'Florida to the. The leading(Cilj'in 1 Soolti"FlorWa"! : : : ;] / <**

.1 { mans back an inch thick. '\Mr.Sherari action of the 13emocratic'primaries.Faxni. __ : ?
w . _. NOTARY PUBUO.IN OFFICE ;; blasting/out,|fine.rock for.:the. :
i < S.,MOBS _
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: ate"eni Federal'Cobm.t Ion states that there is finer land in'the . '. .. .
no .
;10. .: '. > WTO practice la an cement to:boosed the foundationof .,. \.: ";- q,
Oouecttoaa attended to. world than -!the and in ..
promptly on prairie '
--:*;;' .Omcx ores BAVK..or BAT BISCAYX*., : .the Presbyterian'church.''\ . the hammocks at Cape Sable And that ,C OR SALE at Cast Florida Nan rle., a.floe EVERYBO Y IS" :'GOING: ,'TJOAMI( (: / :t .
:.f ; .
.. i '* "U : _;E..0. Harrington Jeft'Miami' !,Thursday I It lies about four! feet above high tide. .Ai assortment Early, of Medium Budded,and Citrus Late Tree varleUee.inclnding .on 10111'.tockL . 1 "* :
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;i : .j morning for Nassau where and Sweet Serllle, Boone's Early' Pine /
: be "Are they big those being shipped L
DR R. CHAFER, guns .D le; ,Jaffa,. Bomua< ;" 1'- \ ; '. Chaa./Tyler'Will: :::engage: in boardingthe to the ordnance office at Key West'! Tardiff Kumquat, Baby,and two kinds Grape. "" : i;

l'' 'f" :,,;t;)__ : help employed! the construction Well: somewhat! There are three of Fruit. Prlce'l5 to SW Address per hundred L o.b. Busfness.or residence. Choice locations in the city for*r sale by .
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1 i Olsen'inBaalersoBcon northeast ibe, Colonial hotel! by,J. A. McDonald. them and they are restIngon' flat carson W.F.Itlaud.'JIs.REED ,
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va i ". : ... Harrington, has gone- over the spur, track at the terminal. a.tt-tl-Lla-lm.oO.-am''Drajton' '. **
wAtMMieD l&h street.'' e '
and
+ '" -',ti.......,,.-..'1 -,,- i' ,1 ; now.to get things in shape to accommodate awaiting shipment'' on the' steamship SNAKE: CREEK: LAND TOE-SALE, tLd sue.

., ,,.'",. "I -.. ... .the.. men before they get there. Cocoa when she will be placed in. Fort Dallas OIII1DallY.
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\> ; .*, h; ; ..'Da.Mt-D.'' ';L. DODSON/ Straw:, ',hats ,.at your' own price .at readiness to go to ,Key West.' The fifteen :Acres High Italzta,

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fire Acres
K : : High rise.
214f
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: : are It--feet long, 8 feet In diameter '
guns
,' c fentis* Sewells'ubIio This nw.I&D4 la n..rlr.l1 b' I
"Ie schools'
i c \ : throughout the 'at the.breech, 20 inches in enongh for cultivation without drante ands I., r

: ]: 'Filliof Teeth'aspecialty.I .' pountywill open'Oil Monday- next with diameter at the muzzle, and( the circumference very rich.. The high pine land'la a fine built.. Call on'JOHN..B./; REAL / Agent,, r.
On not fn
IDa and free of rock. m
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I the'expectation of. a".general'' : increase at,, the breech is nearly spot office quite and schoollunue..For Forf Dallas _
'! ,> ," : orrxac' : pine.. feet. They shoot 12-inch .shells aad terms call on or addreii J pr1c4 : ,,;(Land,: Company;,;Miami,
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,. OmPatotdoi. of attendance: 'The teachers of the .
D.J.HaDSalttot, .'
', lt-1Ja1.U, .' '';; Miami'school ir'o ill -A. F. Merritt, 'Wm.'Lainhart,,'oneof, the oldest and : Corner.4th street and. Avenue B,' Or J.E.l10tftam. :INGRAHAM, Yic, P-"e ; .

", : '" principal; Mrs..:Edith Hunter intermediate best known residents of Palm Beach, P.O.Boxfio' ., MIAMI.*, ILA.tA43mh.if :: Fort:Dolls hand St. A
0. t';R e.''H' H't''ODD NJIle. has'Just fitted;up his magnificent borne m.im : ? s ;,- ,o.t . n gus ne Jla!. .
and Hiss Jeanette Obenchain .
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t'4' 1 ;Qradost,C11csgo RuahYedtcilQOUegs ,. r f' primary. ..:Miss'Obenchain 'will make on the lake with acetylene; gas and : ' ":

y. t--1 I'' ., " Bssldeai. ..-. ,PO MIA Hotel Miami.tLL 'her.tmtwbUeJD home.with.;Mrs.' Weatherly: on 13th pronounces gas is the coming it a illuminant success. tor Acetylen those,:. FkCeilPeniiplarRlNew P lt : A .}HIGH GRAM] FERTILIZER. = '

;.",Offloi eoner AvmneVand ISth street. the city.Messrs''Lofton who can afford, from $10to |150"for fit- ::HoxtheznJ'lorida: Air Line& ,04 .3ZT3T:73A.7 'r : '.
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: t , -', t-.Ornci.Hovas-a.m w.IS at-and s to i p."' r ; t Co'j,engineers and ; r :
61!.Ltq tt ting up their homes.' The cost olighting t :Florida Trunk Line.c i
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... machinist have
1' ,-' opened a "place, of Time Table ia a,ISM.
; . '". after the plant Is.lD. is nomi Effect July QUALITY AN/REPUTATiON:.
s. business En'thebuildin on112th street, ,
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!P.'T SKAGGS. M D. nal. It is much ,more safe and"mucb I Now No 86 = ., ,NORTHERN So sa No 87
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,.; .. ..' Just,east of Avenue o.t They I do, bicycle Dally Daily 1'OiNTB.Da11J DafljrSOOa ;
"" -- oil
*, cheaper than' 'conve1s'no beatsmoke The Ideal;BrandsHave( These. ,
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and''SurgeonS t.n repairing, and;,Japanning, lock- or am.enJs clean; and last, bu atop! LY.JaelsonYl11e-&r,. : SUa crap ., . .. .... ; .. . v .- . .
Physician smithing, bell hanging.adjust sewing not least, a', ';brillian t .842a 7 sop ,f,....;.Ynlee.... 840a S40p766a : "i
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produces very eels! Ar 7 Then why paY and $4 :ton when .
: .Fernandina.. OOp \$35.. o per : you cats etas: ,
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.' Ole.YtamtDratdMef,,, .MIAMt,1rW. .machines,=' fit, :steam j i. and! water light. : e sa loop : .....Everett.... 7 ota S4fip840p
r "-' .. ,..Brunswick.. II .....;. strictly hfgh grade 'reliably Fertilizer'at. the;following. .
\\1;, : -"Troia/p.>eteo'cbotes: pipes etc.: ;Jn. fact;they: are .runningan .On.Wednesday evening the choir: oj f I201piit6p "'J',.Savannah :.-." 520.447p ; :
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-" atnatdraee. 'OrOT"." "> all around repair ahoy.Look the Presbyterian church was ., tsmp1135p & .... ft Ida 4top 'IDKAL FEUIT AND YIN*"....?...:....,........tSO PEa'ToicIDEALPQI' ... ....
.,;Wp4ttf.qd . -: '- :-. : re-orga &sp Itie Ar'IralrfL,LO..Lv, . SUa !341135p .MINUEEa.:11M.M..;.: .;_.;...$! nit TOK "? '
: nizqdtatoa t quartet and consist.9frb. 240p S49a ."'.Denmark M .J. *eta<< 1!
Sewell_ now !I
for mammoth fall "'
; atria II,.Augusta.Oa... ...... BSOi1347all66a IDEAL YE: STABLE 5uu..i.i". :.;.:... t30 PO 1'017\ :;.
w stock-it contains. .,the latest, .,in every 'following ,members:, SopranoMrs.W. :i 'ioep U&a M Columbia,S.C.. ";. IDEAL nBTIUZXR ('oralleroplV.....,.,.......:..$W PER TON -
'.: FR .SALE':!I thing.! '. i t': 6-21-tf: E.:March; alto,,:Miss ''LellFaris"tenor a .... .. lima w gMt n uiiw " lOOp ..... IDEAL LOOD/BONE AND POTAtU..324 PEE TON 't ot'-:..

Mr..EdL'E.Grew ofRoehest Masf., ;::and chorister, Dr. 'Uillespie.Eoloe *SUp Site '**Charlotte '' '11 I020p Isis SPECIAL MIXTURE.HO...v ."., ":....'............. *2S PIR,TOHCOKJt . ,,!7:, ',"7--t ;
( \ 'SSpHUTa1043pl2lOp :-8a1bbuac.Me; II 5* a l1a FMTIUZZa .. ; .,...,. .. .
PKS '
-\J\ t acres of land .. P ? t..u'--.n.L--: t30. .TON" /t ...
baapurchaaed 10 f next to ; l f bass, 11'M. King.. Thesfoices e ;
: Greensbortf 'maUl ,
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P All Fertilizer Material at LoWed ,, .! t '
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Property Mwket Priow.;. .t ;
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c tvia--mpesind a DauYiDe Va.II. I orp Sfioa1200n '
1I I 'Xr.K.DpleJ'.I.-aboQt. i will be'8 supported Mrs.. W,. <
\,.: .. by .UOa laopp: '- Ulchmond, ," sooa Aakior rant book;"Why; We,Alake, the Idea FertllizAra.*' _i b :"
"" ; "the- .. :Mr. : :Farts; ," II ..' \:;
lOrotE.
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:W.: organisCnAl'ErKerfoo; stopSOOa LynchbuTK aMp 1MB
-r .(;:;: 5. "'4 : tD :n- r ia': '. .
I.; L -: .',,,' ;- 1"MrM.IOCl, rU.fruit tr.'.. and Grew ia also a fonDer resident of Micco,: 1'10 i -t,'and':A.; Lt,Knowiton,*cello:. .1 IJIa*! atop U6p :"?CharlottesVffl'',Washington:...; : lib Isa p W4sat42a IBSan Wilson: &"Tooxner FertillzeitCompany;; ,; .. : rr
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other ti WU tar d to I1'Owm. ;
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,dGood'lIs.1OOa. . cv bow' ,vaab andkoua. bat.wen'.ad!t'' on the'IadlaiiRiver! H J.'Delighted, DrEnl l a good all-around l musicia a I ,lOIBa 11.56p Kp '-"J. Pbuidefthla..Baltimore..""...", tMp790a .56p1219a n' r .7" .. .l\ . \r ... .. JACKSONnttETFLA.. .. .* .,,'.. I ....+

:: i-nlitant. attppliod fr Qood wua tiani batb,; with this section-and together'with his and.under.fuadirction the,choir"wibev"pnt 1 I. U ,121a: ;" ..New ark..i.... ". flOp iFcd'BnzadBIOOd' and Boue11\per ton, ">, .. :

::, : -1 f1 ,'...,,:. taic L9csad2K* a-o JF *[e.&a....Ut.' *.r-e.larantS"ol Coeoa-' .... -wife-end.tTfTt'rtinfht rj he one b'and ) '.*hro/-Nl e"' prouts,.t an'I l crop loOp "v..a$.JacboaflDJ:.BnItoD..M'.,Ar e sooptsooarsooaisup 4Op U.p :' rmaralaodOui- the Ideal:ToQa. Fertilizer.- .;$44. per ton. : .-> .-: .\..

:: .. ;: '.. rat Grow' os' sold rota.: Sctiooi-aoo the other,:"IS years: old,"he b .dos eerdr Tnifrmfomay rCJt..m ntl l 1018& lOOp Ar...'..Eftnon..LY, 'T30aftSOa i.J. ; .i ,., CHASE; HRNEY AirTS :
:' : amr.cJmUa.roia Qood, fro "; i -: ,w.it1anl '" n M IIOa < : : , .
lf i
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placa.; look for good mu r . .
M-q : .
':,rt: to 'ieWe"'lu,, 'that. ,and : .. ; ;
; neighborhood :;. eau :17.:t"-tft 1 IIJpII .. F ., ,,
_; \. ,.J;; ,-a: AOaE5-1.cea ta eltnu trait ... ,make it hit} permanent ')u>me.i This .thatdirectioThankful. J ';; , : ..!.1&1'_ I ,III ..Cincin ..,--t ........;... :L l': - -- :r- . .. .JIIIt.. -,-..' ,

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tran.wall surtad.two acres bu aoek'ft .
; joatentdovanadV loru.... ,Faeklnr year,he will'plant tomatoes, :egg- ,A t. w Escape.,, K lee!ProNG.M leaves. laeboa11De, ats.P.attDdU ,Ya ..DELIVERY lft! SHIPSIE1JT8PBPMPTLTWLTTENTED :.. -' --, ' :;
iioua. Good waU of vatar LoeaUd ,_.. ; : ,FernanOtaA At '0 p.ett m. Erer t .. : ; .. .
i- plauta;bins etc. arrrrea Brunswick at f:Sop w./: _TO., ' !' '
about abr.s mlaat..'salt from shooot wrl teD by UrL'AdaE. v. tr. -
A "'n '
.%.No.l3 arrives at Krerttt at 730 a. m
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OBoodroadaadlaKoodMifttborbood. ;
)o). < : /Dartof.Ofl 1,8. D.:4'Was taken leaves Fernandlna 7 JBa....,arrives Tnle* aSa. ;
; ,To paitiealara apply: U Spain's.Grtatett.Meed.Mr. ., with a. bad .. .
-r.., ;; ::R.:'P;'. Oliver;-of Barcelona.l ; Spain, 'j j D and finally terminated Brunswick Kos.ll a.,arriving, r and Brunswick' tt make eonoecUoaa oop.m. and for . ;
-. \\.L' '', ,F.< MORSE. f panda hit winters at Aikeoi&a Weak in 'lion 'Four doctors ... -. .
; cor; ; : 840 m.respeetlT*ly. ::For New Orleans train Distilled Artesian Water itted.. S" : . V ,.
.' -OTit PM M4ee,ML1ln,'.FLA. aeries:had.eana4 .severs'Vainsln: ,the gave me: up g'.Icould live. bat a kares JaekaoorUla, f M; a.m.with Uiraogb sleepera aw 'Addrwa mail order t6 LAKE WORTH- ICE .' '...;... :' ".
COMPANY;-
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i arriving Hew Orleans 7-40 LOD '"' .
back of blI .- self
,\ I' .r&Q A '" t heed ,OD ,naiog Electric short time.em, up to my through sleeper line ARlTea/JaekaonrlUe 1.. .. ,Miami, Flavor call in. at hona D,
,f \ ATeat < I'b1T
.ware < _
_. F. .LANG pcraoo. .
voi :
_.. ?!: :I u ,, 'Bltters.Americtt'" greateatj blood' and Savior,deter 'if;I could not stay from. U.w, Orfeana ass p.m, ./ ;- Im-g s.. ; ,. ...' '__r'L' > .. t
,.:' -Ii" : COCOANDTOBOYKrUUOrwifraaraazpcfteMa. oervcremAOy, 11 pain soon left him.,.HeST with my trio n earth; ,I would 81.tZPmG CAB ID: ? .' rFH

.. .. .. :.thk.grand. medicine ia .what. bisoonntry meet my aw.eI> above.'.,My hum: No.Js and'.: Fast XalJ/SJe| ,' between STYi
... needs.;:All America' knows that band was ad vf reDiscovery get Dr.King's New New York and JacksonTincand tae CinclnnsUSleeper . THE_ NEW PLATING : E._ ,. ::
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: ;' '16Iiw.wa.o': it eorea livar and kidney troable'pnrifie. fonji) motion,coughs and AabnWe.- ; c .,
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1t .. ...." .1&.... the, blood,tone*op the stomach,strength: colds:, J gav ., trial;>took: in;all 'JaeksooTllleand"Noa. 7 and 8 carry New Tbranth York la Sleepers connection between with O"TO"Y, i& / .';Enlarging. ,,,-" Tintypes . !'-. f'lL. .. .;, .

?C A T1".d aaartbe: :nerves puts Time vigor an4 new eight .bottl hIS tUred'me"and:, s is,7 and 14 with Pullman Steepen, tttweeaaeksonTille : \ Xodak' : 'finished and'-all' f ".
l T J .., IK.bata:every moscicw nerve;and organ tbank4Godwell ved and am now a: /No.M antes and the Tampa.Cincinnati Ian4 Florida tlnvIted. i pictures! ., !! ; .[ .

t'\; .... '.. ...... .';''?;, '. oUIae body.. :U weak.Uredfrailind yon .and bet olllan.". Trial boU .-. nit is briwrUt to JaekamrQle by, ..No..3S. ., j work: hed. "up.'to Hate" "at' ': __ ';jl,
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'I. ftU IW "Osmplq 4d 1I1..1I'em&; cents a'wnJI.BI'OI.1'drug store. Regular. size 7 .f Guaranteed ..l o. : FBED HAND'S. GA I:LBRY B r -
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'; to-day the!! candidate of the Democratic will be famous: for its orange and in business( there since the soldiers left .,Yy cL ,.l," :.. ,,.. .j' "!i'I;" . .:' nf. !
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IMONGOURNIDGB8 OkS Republican and Populist par pines as it now is for vegetables.The Miami. Hewasjn Miami before going T rue k ers.. ;.Jift. : "" t ,"
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t ties In his:district for Congressionalhonors. whist club, which proved a great to Jacksonville.Four ., . P-. .. :. ... . -' .
We: doubt whether any other horses and mule; four wagons, .-' "I" :- .
success and sourceaf'leasure last winter \YEHAYEKangaroo MEN'S ,,, ;; :",
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COCOANUT ITEMS. honor. ; :
GROVE of and
their families,
: man ever held this position will soon be called! together again. seven men.and dogs, T' '
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....0.-- Now let McKinley and Lee be candi- The club has also a Iitl'rarYt'3hm.', razorbacks passed through here Tues- Calf CreeWn-ors> .F; <* J. J

3L* "Bey.C. Fred Blackburn will preach dates on the same ticket for presidentand with a system of circulating the day. They, were oh th.eil'\VIlY to Miami .. .. .' t. ,, .

-";.at" 'the; Methodist church, next Sunday vice-prpsidentand, who will say best magazines among the member*. where they: expected to settle, going Flexible sole; Sewed Extra :E '*.
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'it 11'L..m": and 7 p. m. All are wel-. the war was,in vain f '. therefrom Lake county. They stopped '" :. / -* .

mow. ,y'come.Hr... BISCAYNE ECHOES. here two. or three hours. Wide : #
... Tbe Inn isbusy:, making preparations $2':0.0.
.? .A. T., Carter has .one of the for winter guests. The wide-awake : : ....' "'t-1'- ;'-

/oI finest, looking, gardens of eggplants it' junior manager,*Alfred Peacock, is Mr. John Uouthit baa purchased an is Is Gratifying. Same Pegged Shoes,., :, L .{tr; x.75. ', :
':. has been'Our lot to see this season. the air motor for irrigating purposes. lIe 011111& 9.Osaoatt .
busy'these] days getting
very iiit'ste. Marie ,
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*' Alfred Peacock has decided Dot to kitchen'gaiden started. An experi- intends laying pipe and putting ,it) tSTXTSGAMB ANSI t isu WARDEN.t Oil Grain Bals. And Cong.. ;, .. ;

n; .grow tomatoes and eggplants'this sea- enced gardener: he intends'the guests penstocks with spray nozzles to thoroughly SePTEMBER 12, 1898. 'Vide \.. 2:00./: <
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.,Ton:: preferring that the soil should' '.h l'no't; want: for lack of fresh vege. irrigate: two acres this season MY IIEAU MR. FKATHERLT wantto J
and if satisfactory will materially thank you for the marked copy of *i :
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'' have.rest.. dMr < tables. Same)} Heavy Soles ; 2.Oj( ;
increase the plant next year. the METROPOLIS and to again congratulate ;:
.-Granger will build ,anew, house Fisher and the' Potter brothers, I / you. All that may come to youit : '
'. Mr James ilubel has beep/ made 'will old friends in Michigan Police Shoes -,..- '/ 4; Z.OO' '
; at Cocoa Plum Point, thaV.beautiful; Tom,Wheeler and C. W. Lee are stillengaged please your r : ,..
? overlooking the wide prairie and in the starch business. superintendent of conatructiou of theLemon I to know of. 'We believe that you ;. ' ?
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bouie *worthv of honor that new : 15ANTHONY : :
art any your ,
City portion of ihe/rock Plain Brogans pegged -;
;a itheBayer: :; Quite i anice, settlement: Is They not nniy'get good pay for their friends 'may bestow upon you. With ,. ,
'being.eitablUhed I here. and we"des,not f labor but also havena.good fertilizer' yard and is doing most excellent work renewed good wishes, I am, :
Y wonder. atjt. from the refuse of the coon tie root. across.Little River prairie.Mr. yours very sincerely, :/B R i\'S" '" ;
CHASE 8. OSBOkr.! .;'
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Ed. Douthit/better knowii ,
We(understand that a new wharf Dr. Faria held services last Sunday as .- .. t "!,o.l''' ,

will soon o ,built atCocoaPlumPoint In the K 'tl odufih rcb. Communion "Sweetneaa Mr. ," is cropping iluWI. this season! Notice to Subscribers. MKRCHANTS.; ArenOe Ilililtl>_-t-ng: *: i' ::. :: I.

.out' to deep.water (about 800 feet). At serviofejin the morning and a large with Jauiea; They have - -buw.TOWNLEYS : .

3 '1t". that"" "tance from shore ,eaaeb9f' congregation; pr s@ntAt night thebeauty some eggplant*'set in the field that: it '!'MKTBOPOUS has. this week mailed : f "l :t.-:: ,
: '. does one's heart good to look at. Just abatement of account to every subscriber -
.. Quite deep bhaugbt cau.1ook. 1i ;4: .: indftbe chivalry\ f' the Grove : .'
Lan t. \ l. hit inYnd the DoctqrWas\ _at his below them the Ingall Brothers hue* whose subscription had expired,
i :!t41.Arthur 'F. b { I fathered; : :,
( : best. $eIa verfpopotar in the Gro.ve. field of pepperstbat: are. simply! "out of according to"our books, previous to .| ,
'y ;week np.hieoratrgge'grove: .
1&rlng
.. !' ', sight." S September 1st. \\"e.ar. aware that a BEAPQUABTEris 01 Ii: ' '' "- L'.ri ..
:. :Politics'-am boat I In this .ec\fim..U" ,Captain A.- B. Simmons, Cocoanut very loose method !of subscription ;- .' ,
Mr. A. L. Woodhull of Cocoa nut
J ;' :1 wks like GrovysVguava manufacturing king, iswell Grove is preparing acre of land'for accounts has been kept during the,past StationaiyandB1ankTBokSpecialty s

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,> :* bn'Monday roorning,nert Miss L Ha : pleased,!jwith this season's work Fino few months. Should the ac ontlral! .
Mr A. Soop, to be planted i in '
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.;F ill Miami: will open"school' ."in the and still better' pleased with the largely cucumbers. Mr. Soop planes! the Eng- rendered cot agreewith,receipts held, made', .bf, iheA. tjr UffVFinest :}'. ,, : -.f'
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3-" cocoa :Plum i-school house.A" warms Increased, demand'for his exquisitely lish cucumber and has methods of his subscribers will confer- favor by send- Lines ol' Stationery. "rT; r .
:-' ,place' in the hearts ol the children' 'is .put-up guavaaj: in quart jars. Next ing in their receipts 'and' give us a
.that have proved successful.Mrs. "
i already awaiting her, year he will'orga b.e.'a corps of work- own very' chance to adjust.their accounts accordingly. The Finest COLD-DRiNK ESTABLISHMENT iirSiiiiMiu# : < '

jVHare you,'noticed that new sign'on era.and ,traD! them especially for this M. A. Moffat has purchased a This will be a favor as it will : ... .," :c

:'the.*south .ildeof.,: Carter'a i dry goods; branch' of the business. What with horse power from F. P. Wilson and_ enable ua to get the subscription Drug?, Medicines, Chemicais1'oilet: ..1 aiuL jW.* .
have it the Rob -t jrn'f Ttjj4
Will set Moffat T >
upon
-t '.torefvlf\ 'originally"reajd Carter JifcLang )jellies I sliced }. !as,marmalade, vlnejgar accounts down to business. .basis -
: but; it 'now. forcibly"ireniindsbs r :'.anc1.'wlo not mach of the fruit' homestead and have starch and fertilizer '! atrain- If; no discrepancy appears in Fancy .,Goods Cigars a\\ ewl'cb e ;p ab iQ' ;

t : ; I Trom him.tTPiJfifllls made,there. It S3,reported that wholesale.ftS .>>- s. .. ,
: of John,Hole,who,whenever besigned gets! away the statements rendered we will be .: :_
Brossier who took his ice
'irritfeUno/ani then : bas certainly made a very Captain pleased to receive prompt remittances ' ,
his :.name,would . Gareful Preparation of PjRbscrlptipns t ': : 't
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"" i cream plant from Miami to Jacksonville ... .. ..! ;
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1 ''' ..puachahole in the paper. : mat _improvement in the size, looks upon the inducements held oat.in the r '" --'. J : --
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at the time the soldiers left,
'The' good'roads movement.ta'prch'griesstng and. generarkppearance i of his buildingon statements. -
'Grove. Work IsirdW the JB9o'eY&rd"We' understand hetikes' go with them to Cuba. The captain is '. : J : R :
at the I'Gi (
: elf past master of the art of making'del :: l
tiolCfhl D the lit of October !
4beingdone! on the, road 'leading.to the cious'creams and ices. .
'fir f ''Giad* ',,and Ujfearly eo'mpleted'ae tara atidIs makinglarrangementa, : to put in MIAMI" CYGLE co.CttAS. II. .!h.tftc-: 1 l! ) -: L ; r

BetcJia.',Bolton'a' place. -.P &oar abrtndtfew'jaoda: fountain! ,* costing -'Mr. Garry Kiles'ia negotiating Distilled Water. ''-.Qr1ers! PrrQmptlf llled.Miami ,
;;.' ;'In the 'buodredof-noTIIra., some ploughing be done OIK" Mrs.
way ,up. :i
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3 I' 4 yood icprfc. ff' flea's homestead, preparatory to putting .THOMPSON Proprietor.' H ') M:
Suco" fi E nesfz r
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The: rock 'road]frpmt'MianiiGrove (..to j"he Zfr -*? v'j in a crop.Captain t Ice, Col, f; {; ,g .h; I:
,. .Mr.'jMt f! i$ making arrangements: f . ,, (
: especially through, tbejrstfttin Steve Andrews has (Wrt i e OM-Tht ; t ? : c (y- j
tiQr t anaeout 'otmockfi. : to put i building on the corner lot JustsoaUiof I .." '' .. I
solicited by his friend, to accept the
retched Mnd_ ion aad.worlationld iMr. Calbertson's Thus does nomination for tax 'collector, but the : \: : atJ
'be begun it once"to Wake J,it passable tb' ,march <|-jmproyemenfTnove on. .. -
sagacious Captain -says "Nay.: lie :
fini8\rieu Larklnititendi''deXelopwe
,. :duriegrtbir6eiileeitherAtth'eratt Jaiiwhat'brauch, Mr. iiiui
can see more hard cash i in farming F Vi
.,- 'meedn : the coon ty. fc mmisstoh en. y 1 do not:yet than in politics.
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:- .!n', ppTolprffUotrtoy. .the:reps rTng ol dtrow. .

y,..\t-; the road .waif 'requested .,by. Commie. Partie*here engaged in tiuckii! .are LINTON, LOGIC.t .- .t

;l- %' i!isionecWi5; :. Shone and*tbe samfc wu pU'u'r' Stable'mindrs!from Jactsoney1lIe ,

&&; f'\: .. granted and be.was Instructed by that / ,It is shipped_ in bulk'by the car- The IChooner"Siren'made'A: trip, to AH Kinds f.Whee: } s '

1i'i' body to' proceed. tonee.alth'the' -work:. |oad,;:at a rate of $5.60 per ;ton, dellvrered Lin ton on Thursday. 6n' the return :BUILDER c ".

..; Posh: the good,work, along, t :"' ; it" :nl.tStable'? : manure/for trip J. H Burton took passage: as fa>' For. Sale or. Rent.. -. -

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some reason appears to suit:'the truckers Boynton. a 'If'

: &':. The Cocoanut Grove tlnlon Chapel lr, ou-tbe-Glade' lands better than'any '"- H. H. Richardson n of WestPalm

'under.the'care of:;the':Congrega-.; otherfertilizert :Our experience isagudenersAyetlaitbIrkindcof '2: ,
> now Beach ,brought a load of piueappft r ':S ept tt'Laem. <, \.. t' .. > ?
:*.; r. tlohal"Minion..Work :or> ObHrcb;: ii fertilizer suckers for W. Sherman last wok ..

r'j about to take upon"itself a 1mb.tin. 'is)immenaely.productive .or".that mia is the second le.ndh1S.; .Sherman : ff ;,, ,
ti.t jaoVe.: :hear, naderltbe management oi pest the -annoying to our :U; ... Fredk S :
cot worm, BO has received Inside of a 'week. !tr. .'JoC"'= bise : ; -

.;; : tte18e'James; Bolton; 'tt baa already 'Glade l "truckers., !; ;Perbaps they 'Willbe"lbltt :Richardson came. down on his sailboat ttJ Er : t *-0- .*t ": .**'*',s *.FV ........-.. -' '

-.-: -f newtceldewtndowehadeaandfntlmele : .-. > to counteract1- TIc' ... 'it/with someprepaiatioti. "NArtne.1t :j" : \ :

to be'repainted' the'grounds cleared il .. ; 'tho ;... f All the pineapple\ growers here Are > REAL 1 : .'ESTATEMiami 'c : :

,up' .Dd-even tbe, : interior of'Itbe'buildj' -saying- A.'A..Boga,*|re and baby. are plnain4ig buying, and setting out i slips. Together a ,. As -
refitted..It'goes'without r
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$ ::1 at'it bi In'good;, cash uullbr tla 1 iwho"are"at* { ope with what they bad a large crop of F a.n aka
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.' t L 4: !'r.re of.;: .and; ti.'Boltbn,. b tb"cJi to anyjcommunitymorally pineapples expected. next year.y&aJE. : Dade. :Co., Flor'!

SS whow' innch interested Wth'e work .c '' ; .:Chambers of Therella plantation o .
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v -"If would pnlf sake a: athup f ruli and horticultural Industries We baa been quite ill for.over a week.Every .' OF'" {. '
; someone. General AGENT FOR LANDS !
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one)is glad see him out again Repair ; .. .
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to'tlie f ronVdoor ot tbe Houaekee welcome him again jn ''- ...
-. '. Mr.; and, Mrs.L.',G. Lyman, Miss! \ -1
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?rrei : o.bl"1 Tilellonekeepersare! Florida ,East. Coast Uuihvay)9't) ; .
: twomonths Done.O.P.HUNTINGTQN .r
During the we occaslooijj Satisfactorily
past and were at '"*' ?'}. "
Master.Lyfe ,. J 'aSR
Lynian guests! "
,Aest .little .for fshW,, 1-11] m - f
:. and care : / met W.ti.'Mirch'at our board.Ingrplaoi Lantana last Sunday. J ,16t7-trg.am bfforJd ', Ctiast .,Lliie.Cliiiitl: 'I'.arid 'Trans..iO1 :

f.; -.." c1u'l Deeds,pot it ,woida'tewebelteve'the rld'theJPjjy: 'bP fo: tli I :especially;:1.('the; suppertable. .,Cbas.Eittingeroi! Boca Ratone drove 517 f..a.m :fostonadd El 'rid1itnti1; ;- iii sf.Ll iul Co!
; ;: .. Just .after!' dark.'Intelligent ;- '_ ' .. ,Jt..'. .. ,..t: ..: .;. ' :.
?-%- : "'Tthey"comb' :only realize how to,town Ian ,Sunday for nail. andsup .. .
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: genial! ;sand: :gentlemanly;' vre weVealways ; ': :7- :; f' ;:' :' :;'... " ". -,.>"

:'-" : l-Ph' moots A,'giiod;'iell i improve-lt'epkpathviithels' : "the Appear.. lId to.meet him.:;;'rI anJ ook",'/: plies'1'-. .II: ;,: '' 4: < ? :IWelConolly. ... .... . .". .".., . ee'e,. . . ., . ,. : '-*
pcriy-Srbnldi ,Grant Fenno rslWy'. DaSherrpaoand.chil4ren .' "" J' "
lie.ald, 'bu I cannot eat'j .after J:do :; : ; ; ; '' ""J. :;: .
"' 1r t 'ance- of ,their bl1lldlng and' how much- I cook ttjsb;;; 'I have to come up to"Mother ?, 'Lloytf: :and :-Mabel t"", 're"'' / **?

-r ,such, a path: would mean, when out I turned Tbursdaynight'from Saginaw .E."L: & G-: : .
fr 'r Petrys! :=after av] ] q ate meal.I". Becently -. ', ... ... .Brady i
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.i' prtberhj guesti! tomethey.; WpaW: ,TJB'met him driving! fall.tilt up andj yrCityMichwbeie; they havebeen :

: ,hleara*way.and''r tpf; ceu l t etenIi: the,:Boulevard. Bead,r erect. (he was- : viaitingjOr two'months. '

.-,:-! each member: baby to.works onitherMlftA'caUf6yolunteen work-;+ aboott toe passib/iwithonf i { even'seeing, "Master_ k8 nr.d'little',Clara Laneretnroed i GrorieGriHayaudGardemSeed r ; ,. :
for the ;
I{''f; i' your,:;bumble servant, but by' ,his side: Friday nightfrom 'a threemonths' : :

.7 ivould;undoubtedly. respltrio,;the path Was;:B A ted :>: cbatmtngilittle:; woman visit in Northern Florida. .I -

,.:.:I' J being l ' made.. ; Then,"the' bespatb in l with';a.musical-: Voice ndj;holding':a' M.lss'Xfiy"Line'is not: expected home. MAIN- AGES. !"roIr: JtAPLs'PEftrlilZEr. ; : J_ :>. ,"

:; Vie county, is tthe pie leading'to the, miniature edition of,himself and Rifer nniil! after Christmas i! ,She is now vis .'.

f' .<"&' ..ITousekeepers? .Club, ,'-' instead! C the We::balled f him: with"Going: to tie 1ti at/Tampa., ." ,. [ .We tIIU the attention d.the,people' of lUr-Blacarne tIt01Jt.w-dot Staple; :v-0 .
complalnVoverheard a few days I .Froptistor.s and Fancy Grtx>erUi.Vrnlt cad t'XKi l"Joou..t-(*))1 Clods: Uo oar stock.- 7'
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,, : !'" '=ago would be the universal expression hotel lf ( "Ob','; nlel'' be; 'with' ;':., ide' ;Miss Irene Rickards,'who,is to.teach ..: ,' *: o( Grain HayrBranCsaron; dMe.i.ua.uiirasd! :'ii.4wheat k'.K -
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glance at his fifrjoad; ;"I am living We are Ute on if inure'ou far Biw n<." kglieYtiefiheyfathe! (fDon f
the school
.: as it: dreads is: wl&id'of. .the fclub'.', (, here this"yearis expectedon Located" in('the.,moet pleasant place t in i line of good*. .We boy close au4 wilt.eir"le'We Invite your eerreapondx. > .
I board : "
{f' .I* "Tbeiiettof.Itkindl") borne now and tthe'l&me' .place., :Friday night. .... X: ."".the. a 1tr..,'- ;, t'f:''e.ee aad.oticit your J:8troD.g.- V.err;tru1Z J ;. ":,E;4 BRADY kCO. .

:' t'langDobbia; [LMr: :aids.Mrs;5. S.tlnton came down e.
P.Branch of'rMelbounie
Mr. E L1iIrt--
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:Pit ; the Mtofflce, Cocoanutkroie -
; 'at' ; p : iron:Boytiton'Thursday night=returnins -- :: 4'L'
authoVof' /
!( Indian Hider, Kay: ;and tbe i I '
in and !
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: batik.
seeds be isselling1 r
keeps thorn _
:. ;t" 'verypleverliitU!! eQIom<;icane4 )J.:ra1iig ;\thctnfHoo,. :Keeps him getting Saturday.. ._ } : rqrs 'f'1, r-e-

s. ,.1 <. 'People/'sp: !ut<:Jut 1 week *\,'the Peactapany fresh stock reek. ' . ,
"iu..! "cock Inn' and ln ..I h,Mr,: :,every . 1i' .
;,it -Ewan'JQ&deibe.' Cocoanbt,-" eoielib; _ .,.. : h-; I.U.-!. '. .".:' .:,-i': : ....ir; [
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.wtil.be good. .has:.been, dangerously! :i l'atsiinaw'hlkhi.'where '. -- Wholesale I a 'j etall(healer! fn"r:: .. list oL'Bar; 8israyneproi'ertr! !hy"L: (; Fittti _.t .' :' .::- .1
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: ; : beT renX 'a '' and Vrg&tAljIotntvta of all sizes lor iureetmenU. _
,a ycle agent I
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.m D 'h.ca ,to_regain hfs strength i:,Tie : ;Western. i- v ;, ' "v EChastfJAHMOUR r' r
.i1nB Ki pat' chnrobTwIll! soon be : : r and Lands .\\rp
S time tp fIBraacb Phosphate Orange'iGtove on
next 1i ; ,
e left.Floridabtit .
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sick before be I ei4pected ; '
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.,'''iIe': .. ', "'.l .. . .T\ ., i is"eFt: natre ;completiob' ; of 'thebtlaidlugbave got >M''E.ld LTS: : k < 'f.:
Commodore Ralph Mnnroe is having home., 1IeRea-takendwith' malarial ; rOij' :, "; it :
J *been.donated" : -_ ,: ;, ,' .J rAGEN7; : : a '' :
?: some'i interesting:Tehaliges sIxty thousand Cr' .
-i ,.already.oniquhome.i 'Wiles- .., 'pastry'' .' v crates ittle 'vegetablesweve'shippedfrom4 Liverthe: .to be out again: i- 1 f\. \ .ArmourV B|'y..'Dtled;Beef, ; .i Fertlhzere t Chi ngo, ill: <., ; 's ;: '.1 'ys .. 'c Chicago. !,I11i7 !, I. '"
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la i the work. : ;- : S Pigs-Feet ,".. ., '.. ,
doing Butter1 :: : :
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rr J.'Lane: and : : BankMLAMIJCA '
) andJTklrsy; daugbiterCUraspent neJ' :: Avenue : ' -- ,
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