Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00630
 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: October 7, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00630
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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MIAMI, DADE COUNTY. .FLORIDA.? (SSS&SSSti FRIDAY OCTOBER 7. 1898. ,. "" ., '.. _ '\'':4.f", '

1.1':. :PRIOE5c.CEN11h,. :,:
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j' 1 }IIAM( nNCE IAT.llaoy I Ormond.For of prices FU.all on kind Wire, Ketttnr ftddreu and X. Poultry W.Vlft-U-fiscI Aau ftnpgllM
Th6S t/-
U PRISE STO RE Herbert. L. Anderson,' the 'Republi: .' -.'.: ", 1I A-' :

'[ Minor }Miscellaneous Miami Matters can and cendidate forcible speaker.for Congress He will, is a address lucid t. ; : ; : :

L the citizens of Miami and ?,:'
,.,j Modestly Meotionei f country on the issues of the surrounding campaign I J"". [JA, ,.L'1:; -

1 I from a Republican standpoint from the ... : :!f"!::
;... Leaders of Low If balcoy of ; :
Prices YOU want Egg.ALL the time,buy a trio of the Hotel Biscayne to-night. ,
my White Leghorn for prices Afldreu K. W. ,. ( t""' (
r Will have its Anudcn, Ormond'Fl*. 5-19-tf! bitcl SteveJRaulerson of New Smyrna has L :
usual ade'rs"of'Eow : ;
'J E, It. Douglas of Ceased air acres of new hammock land : rites '
the Ideal .
returned from Store of A.L. Baker of Aiken and will plant ',' -- -r'" ,
< : ;. a week's trip to Tampa.Mrs. the same to tomatoes. He has a force Are now receiving the ..first of their-immense; stockof
r Burlingame'a kindergarten of men now at work Fall : l
clearing the and
up Winter
; school GoodS'and
opened on with will continue
: Monday seven land. The tomato acreage of Key "to behead4;
Sale scholars.
Weekly LI-rgo will h* neatly. lnnpA *0 -- ----- 7
Un his lot near the passenger! depot winter. : ---- $1!

Fred Butter will erect two neat little ,Brotherhood and Sweet Orr & Co'.
?;:,., cottages. > overalls at Sewells' -!1tf ,Dry ,Goods MilI.ii mCLOTHINGAND
Win. and
M. Burdine ;
;' 'j .OJ- ON occupy their new home on family 13th street will Mrs. Chas. Curry of Key West : ;

in week arrived at the Biscayne last Friday .
a or ten days. > ,
night accompanied by her two daughters I SHOES ;:!
; All kinds of cool drinks: at our fountain the Hisses ;
; Corn ne'and Bertha '
\ i
i : ,. : at the Arcade- restaurant and f and ber two sons, Walter and Newton. Call on us,. for' we can and will sell / > "
elM' : : : Oct; } fruitstand. :fi-21.8m-fc4} Newton was very ill at the time, and \ you :. 1 : : -j1ti

),....1'I" u"n-: ; a,' ; :; t ., ..- again J. T,after Woodworth several month's Is back absence In Miami in the recovery.family still remains. \awaiting his MORE GOODS' FOR. \ : .i;. . :" "'=

Key West YOU "
.... 1 '- Dry Tortugas. Notwithstanding the fact that the : ELSEWHERE; "
i.1 Chas. Smith has been spending the congregation at the Presbyterian :
.1 week in Miami .having come down pavilion: was very 'mneb' annoyed by I 'i
f lrom Jacksonville for a few days. the inosqaitos on last Sunday evening, Monday ; '

;.."; '* 18' .98. : Jj II. Whaler bo has been seriously it pluckily sat throughout and listened .

: ". : ,. I ill of typhoid fever at the Hotel Miami to a splendid. sermon by Rev. W. W: 1 .". ',' l lt ,: ..;;
> <. ,..... '. for SODle SO days, is clnurlv tmnrnvino- Far!* TTJ, mnrnincr. normnn' -- .n.__. _.Ian._ : :" C. #.
';:< } j : '.., \ .; Look for Sewells' mammoth---c'-.r. of a high order. : Morning ( ' LWJUIs: :
fall .
ff "t- '. stock-it contains the latest in every- Date For Barber first-class work try the Up-to- ," .. .. .... s F+

ffTpp ;: ; thing.Ed.Aldrich left 5-21-tf The Southern Shop.Methodists{ -19-4t-ycl will have We will offer the '1' I:: } .*; i.
: on Wednesday morning's service ; you., !largest assortment of Bargains i ;
next Sunday ,
train for his morning at 11 J"
H old home at Rose-, a. ever had the J
f TG" m. and evening at! 7 you pleasure( of '
\ y. iD>' ;L mond, III. He will be way'for + p. m. The services looking,at. d- -
\ ,: :, ....:. . : .. .. ': ''timf:'. some : will be held in their place of wor LOOK' '. t : ..t...
.t : .;- Chas. Watson, who has been ill for ship,corner-of 9th stret and Avenue D. AT THESE/. :% ,.

,: fdt early six weeks with typhoid fever Sunday school at 4 p. m. Prayer meet The style. Felt &ilara, a1i cOlors, worth 11 at.... "
Tagoan t a; Bargain. will lOOn be able to attend to business, lags will be resumed every Wednesday 1,000 yd Silkoline, tor drapery;worth 150;this ...f....(;6bo"i' ;. t 1
: r Here gain. evening at 7 p. m. J.500 yde beautiful eale.P:10. JZ
are a tew Outings worth
of the 12H e. this ,
"' many : sale---: *., .
5 ,I.,.. Max W. H >Pent 1,800 ida Plaid Womed 1;
; Auschwitz ; has
'e the jeweler purchased thefur Drew (}code,worth Lin,
fell this' "
.:: :. from a wheel on the BoulevardHasC Mt\ re and fixtures of :the Up-to-Date B 4'lTnblwcbedrSb Ung, worth 25e, this id ,. . ; .":' :
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:: 3pOOyJ: i1 J A'n.ericanliidigp Calico. Friday and fractured his shoulder. lie barber shop from Mr. Stratton, and 85: dozen Lvw8n ToweJ, worth l&j'to20c; t'biaiala T'f'-- j, -, f"t:
at5c d : ; .lOc .
'y will be laid I as@d'tbe faw.more of UM Ladies'Men's }
: op'for several week?. building. Mr. Pent will Wrappew, worth: .f 1; at..A l'5w ;

'/. :,,) : J 9Qya8.Eure.. : .. en : QwehnK't'; at ge yd ..Straw'bats at your own price at the secure tonsorial a. good profession assistant in and tbe continue Men'' well-made Pasts;'eometbinJlDiceauddl'M81'Working:Put*, worth't..5,at...." .ji"u.a:,.i.,-' 7a'.'; ''.;.:.1'..,
prettiest worth tna2st.
tilt J1.50 '
6-21-tf Hen ; .; .D80-
's Black
Oyd8',, '4-4 :Bleached 'Cotton, -. for Dr. M. D. L. Dodson, little building in Miami. Tbe MrrBOF- Man'; Ssteeashirtsfait oolorlo-1ortb fl.+ al,',....n;"., ,.' .r.i ,,, ;;
,.J 15.yds $1.00 dentist returned alas wishes,him Suspenders, a
Monday'night from success. LMtt bargain at 25<,'biat'sale..,...,>, ... ._."....:.
'f 2;500 ds Fine'; a few (days' Good brands of Muslin Underwear to'clcee: .'at. . .. .... r 1""
J;". ,; Lawns -,.' 10 yds for 49c professional work at Titusville. He is cigars at the' Arcade fc..H. . N.-Ynrie, e..t: 'tH,.: ;
i restaurant ana\ fruit "'" \
i < now at his office over the a auu &-21"m-fcl ,1't'
$:J+ }tJJd Sf K09d :Mattress Tick '' < Adam post office. The METROPOUB presents Ask, To Sfee: Our:'Beautiful'Line, of Embroideries J i.'? '*
:J' -\* -- for. 85c Corell has returned from Jack- new adver. : j .* 41r
onvtlle. this week as follows -.-. :
lie 1 1Come
will -

i J ;<.T ; ., .'I8. >.Q+-ds'4' 4" 'Unbleached.! Cotton, A ,> 4.-.; : .. ' \ -Nfprl,00. eefa'corps nary surgeon to in Havana the event accompany as chief the General veteri-Gen.) IVm.Anthony Burdine Brothers and Son, shoes., dry' goods.. ,H'AT" "Sfn z., s' H' 'J S. : :

; ". ' 'z I .
Surprise Store ,
Sheetsifull dry '
\ goods.
size goesthere.
; : .
\ 1. r. I ,"- .. :.. 'M' 95c. per pair I The Republicans Dadecounty will ,Edwin Ideal-i'tore Nelson dry goods. : and$ee our-beautiful:line of-new ff';. ;-* Ji.--': .y ;
Ladies Furniture.
t.' )1" \: Wrappers'r. ;: "- ':..- -; -'iJ'.t: '90' ,each at meet the in Club county House convention to-morrow Subscribers. will read them to their Fall.(and Winter Milliner?". '>
at West
Palm "
,1f't. :t, .- Lace. Curtains, _- ',-' .4 '$1.19" when a county ticket. will be placed Beach in advantage.Cutler .Th I.p.EAL"QRYGOOp' ,:y- J'
.. : : per pair .nomination.Ice can no longer claim tbe honor ;' e1
-' ,.* i"Jfut -' / of having the most southern post'office: 12th Street ;
: :) cream and cake 10 cents at the on the mainland of the United opposite:JHotel-Biscayne MT '
deceived :big : i Arcade restaurant States. l. FLAT: '
'a.. lotolv, :} and fruit .stand. A new.p'ostjoffice by the name 'of Fla- 1?
5.1t-r-.u fa
"r. :, f' ...... .. .. ,., .- ': fi-21-3m-fcl man! bas been MttAhliaKmi at liars ;11" c:,; ,' .-- ''__ :;,_ 1! -} ;

;.'..<.U .' .jo:.<<. . .,' .I- : ::=" i-. : John shock Zeigler of paralysis was stricken in hiii,with right a side severe fromKey aanie:)m Monre West county via sailboat.', about:70 miles It is a' large attendance.. 'FronT: .present >f , (l0la.ate* L vi, i 1
\, I ? :;:;begefita'1o t t ;u.td
i. i: last Friday. ,He is still' aboQt'33rnill"S appearances it tbat D ..
Br S. : suffering from south of Cutler and 48 seems thts;;wilt b n;.00 wttieir> l
'fti: / : the shock, both his right'. leg and arm ,m.il leanest;and.is on unsurveyed land. result.' c. / Wednesday'for Key Wesv'bu't mUiTbel.lef": .:It
'W fc. r"r t 4;
being wiirr\
12th = :
: : Nothing makesa: .man feel better the Up-to-Dale!. Bar turn nest week to Instiutea. lodge at 'i
: ; : < Mrs John. ewell'8 illness has not than a good, easy, smooth shard: Try bel".Shop. J '8.18U4tyclrTbe : thia place; /i - : - 1. -
4) ; \ kD e; ;. . developed Into typhoid fever as it was the Up-to-Date Barbershop 6-19-4t ateamer tlto was run oli the reef Jfr.-HJi'. Flakier ( aceept4 '
; eared;'would be ,the result. She is On' off the New Bive?Sound Inlet ai.week the:termi '',;, .
j Saturday last D. S.:Davis, a boa D' of. the 'draftrcontractsub-- .t
: ; much improved at the home of her man,',brought Into the MKTBOPOUS ago Monday. Her cargo consisted:-of mitted. -by tbisgovem ten, .for L ,...
: ;l : ; : mother at Daytona. office large.velvet sponge which measured several thousand tons .of::coals a good teamer.Iandv; hotel 'service,':a':, 'formaH #
e : : \ -b : Sna'C" Dr. -TV,, S. Graham left Thursday four feet in circumference 'and proportion of which: was Jetsamedio' agreement- been ,prepared and-wilt-
\ : morning<.for Juno to attend to some in a dry state,weighed 2) pounds; He f order to get her. off' Sbe'wasbouridf forwarded'; :',by mail to,:Mr;. Fbgler.; i'
:: $ r'I' 'i ,' : II S: 'legal business. From there he goes to placed it on exhibition in the'windowof : from New York- to PortoR1co'Tbe: ; for big aipature..dWe bear;upon good:; ,}r.J.

..t. .\ } "Milladf Ipnla to return with his family, the; Miami Drag' Company.: Mr. go-'tugMezeaecottofKey. : authority, tbatiJr.FlagIer"ex-.' '
<. ,, 't ,.' .. bout'November 1st. Davis said that '' ; arrived in :,thisport pressed._bi& "
-2' !; ';: ""' "t: " .. ,'} ,...l 6e' was: offered. $5 for his Monday of intention-to commenca" }:'.'
%* ' " "4I ; 'If' "-. Teaches are a beautiful fruit and his find almost'as, soon. as;;. be,: landed week' and took.aboard'a crew of operatlonsVimmediately'after:
-' :>'{ Atip'rices! tpjinatnn your pnrse.Ye, haven I I hose at the Arcade restaurant and with iii men to'nsin"n relieving thaUta: of paethsigned.-NassauGuardian,9ep ;*: l;

-.:< :. I ;rajiWiime f loft. ,stand are especially 80. Try them! }:Bananas cheapTat! the Arcaderestan.rant serious ber cargo. ..The.steamer escapedan; ,. tem r. 1.' -to. -. ; -'.. tf ;-
: : ;;to quote prices, aa:we are kept t : and injury. She was run upon. the : .r :: ..,r "f
-1 b-2I fruItstanil.. A 1 : .
.<, 'i1-- **V$ * ?* ,A, *? '' very 3m.fcl 5-21.3m-fcI reef in broad daylight.while thong; tried "Tbe 'J) ugbter o f "

,1... ," '-U "Ibii'8yTOC6iYiiig(; /," .< Edwin.Nelson, as will be seen 'by\ilsadvertisement The .following changes ,have ,been to'hug the reef too.close.t :. :'attempt"ng : t 'l the Confederacy,"'}U8S' varina. !:Anna, ..:;
.: i;; '"10' on our second: page, has made in the personnel of the officers Nice..sweet.- Oatls belonged socially "to the entirti "(
,'d I.;; Californiagrapes'
> > '- '. 'H'r; " ', more than doubled l hi=ie the at United States.; has '
spac4tor the Brooklyn
L Florida/East
i 7/ "" ? '' ; / ;.Coast 'railway:' C. the Arcade, restaurant and fruit been lea* :#?
*.mr .>-: V-- />-x, > next year.'. Mr. Nelson believes in lib: Ironmonger: eastern stand.: i favored' with her vrelleneetrbab'K.D- v %
. ;
: passenger:; agent,, fi-21 :
> if oral! ,
; jt advertising the year around with office at 819 Broadway : batun; but;,,if 1 -.remenerrigb'IJ': ;
.1 :: i'41:- X7 () GtIS'ic 'L" : < . Gua Anthonywill >spend the next 80 Wm....A., Fletcher, western New.! :York; Grand Dr-Walter'' 8, Turner of'Inverness.: 1 ber'btellectuaUtlaDdebarm.man: '
: ;:. : f Y y. days fn Dictator of the Knight of. nerwere"far from w
jp ; {:t ; : New York purchasing a .fall I agent.with office-.aE 220. South Clark Honor being strangers ta' ,+
: :' ,.: ; : < and'winter street- and T.'J, Appleyard:of;8an- this borough.;, In
I .... ;; : : : ,' .i-: stock of goods for Anthony : ChlcagoC. A. Merritt travel- ford ;; any event death
: I' Supreme :
S .... r"1. .. ; Brothers for their i log ; Representative were I in at Narragansett Pier l last
store in passenger with Hobday -
agent will ,
Arcade )
.Ir ; .. headquarters the '
..'.!............. ". -.k- "' -...-: ; 'J: "'. ' '- .1-!il.;.' and, their West! Palm Beach stare.The'rapidity'with ./ at Augustine.XAppolntmenta, city, ; this week taking"the prelims be deeply regretted here areUewnere. *r '
... ,, nary steps- introduce
1 t. 'v. .j .. effective ,this great Miss Davis was born at-about '
) the
; tines
: i, Y :We: IYe ask recefl ed' which'snbscrip- pv October 1st. Order in Miami. It is .. : ) ,(
:: ;a.fall.stock'og : ; : f "r, dons are coming in [or:'the METROP.OLls'is. UerberV:: : Anderson7, Ocala; the 'of the: fraternal pne of the'oldest 'theiwarp: ;tier burial place will beV ,1'..
t""t ; ., :, 1, :: : + ;. tt"" 'than id- very encouraging, and hefts Republican7candidate from the ; : for ;Congress has paid out more than 101,000,000: and to James Bollywood River{cemetery, beside the overlooking grace of her-, '.,'. :,.
+ Second :
anp'otherway: District( ridows
demonstrates ;
together with and .
: orphans during its
-'c"l' that a twenty father, tbe late, r Jefferson' Dads.,51
, t. me 'tterns- '; good paper-is appreciated other=Repubtican''speakers: of State fiveyearo of '
f a existence and more than -
: BrooklylfLife.: ,
.,'> ; '.. T .
readinjfpublic. '
,, reputation;will address -r.
'L A .... J" u '-. , ; the of .
1 ., ; .
n- Miami ,
0 ;, City and - ,1)-
; .,
; ., sad : <: '
; res ta 0d
: 4I I '
i f Tgo Groveoa '
it ," ".) r.t{ t < : IJ.'R .:,,,:.;... >_1 Date work'Barber the;;.mainf; features. '., at tl :"Republican the'Issues standpoint of from the day.froroa tbe'balco' : Easy Shoes. foSeiider ::Feet.:
Shop. '
: ; / t'
:: tbe '
t-1e Hot .
; r : 1 : + Biscayne, tonight.h /t'! ..c".i"r:: .
:Potmaster : < \ ",
: r.A..J:; Bakerfl f dike, .t'ae' "commlt "t' '''
: : :: : : ; :: the Keyjijjargo'rejx record for quick>ft8i/that"he"CAn down "'>rlj tpU intitltion tor to be present.-'. Metfsjnj 1 ck't' .r s t '.R .-::-_ JILbQ'2.-.. 4"
Callon; i ? ,, bles.,'. He gathered turnip Kreens'aJoot of vegeta Neg igee'shirts cri ceaourown e. ',s ids..Don, :ola?} J"0 xf o"'a" ; t -, ,::> :..1'2 .;2''> r

: : S ) : ] P ,In height TirlS elf s from the timvtbe i pric* 4..all.rigbtat SewelMr'5-21iCf;- + Men and' : 'f:

": i1: A'M_ seed wa planted. : The First,i/oulllana Regiment, one Gray JWIiiterClothi. ShoescVV;; *

: : | I 'Mr.-E..AVl uminus, accompanied fby of the regiments:'quartered .berei has Leather\Sole; and dountera; t .- 3. .; 1.50*'t |
!lt And 'r -; her accomplished and been mustered out of the service. r 1:::
? Mon
< 3u 1 will ha! .acha interesting ,
$:'J& ; '! tospectthefibe5t; l li + ter, MisskCallie Brown, arrived home day;,ati, Jacksonville: ,enlisted men Men WhiteCanvas., ,,RubBer.J, ottom. ,>-:: i
I* j \.. line-ofp;I Saturday from; m .tou.montb r ,.It.ltat rrceivcn 80 cents a'day ration fund and : '
) ti;! goods'and Yachting: ShbesrLeatheEli e. ( f 1.25 i '
*- .Clo.ttJ nreve: jI'Lngl; h t. % Arcadia La:. Miss Brown ,will renjain, their regular' salaries of about 60 celts ) ; s;.
-Lvir' *' .
"' L' -c* * "" !In Miami for - '- a day for *
florae,time! 20 miles travel Men Wide
pTy i :;.; ,totWs;; .. :'( ity; .., :% "" ;: JJ. WWatson:: will arrive from KIssimnieee :Jacksonville every and their homes.;between In Ute : Opera Jraitatipi''Gator,' ap3*' ..65; .f: : . t.
; ; -
-01"-' .' Jr: r,, sometime.'during this month army-$0 miles is considered a:day'e Blk ndGenuine Tan i rBalsj-fin value, a;(* ..OO.Men's = .
.' " when,be will ,travel.: {and per;diem is: at this _'..
< ': : : .. undertake,the,work of paid
: .,
*- : I rate, togetherwith, ration. kangaroo. Calf 'Flexible 4 '
I': building a 60x100 foot;.brick a fund of :
."'...t ;' .Ii iSurrise: : StorE for:,his hardware basinets on,',the building corner 8Ocenta.received a:day. ,,Tbe privates' each .Sole,.at r -. .':.,- ..' '- -- ..' -, .<,SKWl 'k $. 4"'i
: rMen'
f ; of 18th street and Avenue D. about' >f]75 through .this {.: < i- ;
7t: 1 . Beperaie" abi.i.::for Jidiea'at' medium _;f '"i: >? 's Operasfor;, :house-vvear at' : i
- i *' 7 : ; :, '! = the _L 'j4 ; : ,.. l:25f; ::: > ;

..;: : 1k: ..'...... . .........;...:t- ,:.:. ii; ,.Arcade' restaurant. ;"i:and: f 6-i1 fruit; =3m.fc':stand.' :of its Mrrabfous subscribers tomorrow will. not leash in.time many to -'.S'.- : ,MenVjCarpet-SlipperSj. 'ak -. --' < -;,7.---" "40: \:5:1' .'.'1">
;; '...... -" .- <_ : remind.them that the_:Dade': i' VliavA iini'ii'lASanf ';''
\ I
? ; ': ..- 'r .. -" . ESTES, .. ;|S L Vii:B\terfb: bicycle repairer w ho AgricuhoralSociety> Count. .. \ : : ", -, ; line',. of" Wpmen's.and'ChildrenV..;. f' _
) will; organize > ; : :
''t : .
L.a A"J. S formerly/did ,ia tbrhlbg-lbusln Sl in new feature at the casino of'-t Bote. '',.. S'h'ItLo', ; W.p"nc \, :;' : ,'---.t"" , ) .' ",'
:1 that J
: line.-'ln.hfa; : .... ;.1 a z <01- z
... : ;Pro p l tOt ; shop Jio the Hotel Miami : !?-- -' ; .
: i-- : .
.: .;'. ; .. .. '}Uamfs:'returned, to: this by wbieblt !is proposed) to regn : \ ; < ., !:- .' ,"": ,: v..c.Ji(
; '. . --lf5l 'i' ', '\Jr' ; _- J' '""" "; _.. city last Saturday |late teahirmentQf'the-tomatoegR
>', ''i- "'; .t' ,ni ttt.: Het; left!'Mrs.,Baker en- ; J plfEBiOl{
.. ;i .. ;r p laotind other e>papathiArrlfitW'Jrt BRGlS
-t. 'C oft. ;' j il.tngrln ontibgln. the nprtherri'pa fs proposed to effect n '".t ---1'-4. '.. ...... .
._ ._ ..J :,a, "e..8tate..1' i SJ... ->'., Maftnrorginft: *. 'hb.i:
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; '-
:..w, U i LY. C.O.ridttIILf'. c abUt Qf'
climate!. It has a little advantage I"

over the Indian River country in.that U'ndertakingfltFr T RU
ihe Miami NKS
e ; Metropolis the chances for frost are- reduced very s :.
near to the vanishing point. This enables -
tbe residents of this section to
raise such tender fruits an alligator ,.. :\

< The Bay Biscayne Publishing Company, earamangoes, sugar-apples, sapodil- .-
lore, etc.,. as well" 'aa tropical foliage

Bdl tt.-,..DADS COUNTY, FLORIDA. ... and ornamental plants that are never Embalming 'crMatting'

The mot Southern Newspaper' published on safe further north. ,:.
: the UrttnUud ot the United tttatei at the 'But land along' the bay front commands .. )' .
most fonthern railway terminal. prices that are beyond the reachof '

w z h'td; In the Pottafflce-at Miami Florida, ; many purses. A landowner. with V : / .
five six will take about two, .
|aS v u second-class matter. or acres 'j
***%*"*IVS N Wrf three, or even five hundred dollars per Baby Carriages 4 Crockery

'r, SubscriptionRates.. acre,with never a blush. Bay runt i b :
One year..... .... ......,.................12.00 of limited and is naturally val '
.. ... .... ... .... course VIT'i1. ** "
Sir months. . .. .......... 1.00Those i !l '.
uable. A number orange groves
wa ptyinc In actnlu..ill receive a year's > .
_. subscription .fin $L60,and six: mouths subscription hare been set within the past few
l Ior'l5 Cents. This Is a liberal dlsooout years and it is believed that they will

.,. ....to induce strictly advance payments. thrive as well as other citric fruit. It Window Shades I
would be difficult to find! thriftier look- Refrigerators
Advertising Rates.SIPOU .
j- finer fruit than
r : ing trees or looking
those on Mr. Munro's premises. \
COMX.; rlt..o. M08. MO*. TKAR.:
'i Inch .,$ iw s s oo. 14 oo tew $ 10 00 "Cocoanut Grove has a public libraryof I II! ''r -
-' -- Inches.... ISO SCO 00 10 60 1800 six hundred volumes, with constant
.3 Inches.,. SOO 4 00 8to IS 00 3500aooo: f
-, . 4 JSavUv*... 800 6 HO. 1000 18 00 accessions, which is open every Saturday Stoves iRUOS'y=
';. 6 in i Inches..'_ 460 800 U 00 s4 00 4200 of Mr. and fn. funto. A new library $ ZOD'BE T138 CHAP WHO BROUGHT THE IIt1BBIESDOWN .
.. t8 00
Inches. 600 SOO .l0o 8700&U
a.+ 8 Inches. 10 00 IS 00 9000SOO W 00 building and a free' 'read InK room are ON WE UNS. AfcK Your "" :y '
9 Inches., 11 00 90 00 S3 00 MOO hoped for soon. : iP8Kh.svm
a to ID(4i eoI) 700 UOO W 00 MOO tt 0 "There are two or three good general i
i 11 Inches.. SOO 1360 2t 00 WOO 7200 \1'TO 1'TO ixror
stores four church orgrnlzations (too
12 Inches... 880 UOO 26 Ou 200SOO 78 00 ..
?-,,' IS Inches... IS 00 MOD 4SOO MOO many by half), the well-known Biscayne '
g ; > 14 tnebes... 9 W 17 00 WOO 48 00 MOO Bar,Yacht Club,-and altogetherthe '

-:- -h-' U lijnche Inches.*.,.. 10 10 00 CO IS It 00 W 91 88 :00 00 61 64 00 00 lea MOO 00 place promises to bejone of the best But I am the chap that brought in lots FURNITURE by the A wi

17 Inches.::: 1100 3000 MOO 5700 10800 residence towns on the fast Coast. If
de 'U inches:.. 11 DO 2100 3800 6000 11300 anyone is desirous of further informatisn '

r'* JO 1 m inches.In. (I cot..) 1 IS* 00 BO 28 ti 00 00 4909 4000 II SSOS TT 00 TT 12100 11800 or wishes to invest,in lands let carload to sell 'so people won't have to go further for anything -

try Local reading notices 7 cents per line communicate with Hon. J. W. Ewan, ,, ..
r' C..No.. devuitipn from these rates. who has been at Cocoanut Grove and : ..

s ;t t M H B HM |M MB B B Bl l H MV B ISB S BWlB a Miami ever since their settlement and they want. in my line. Call or write. \ .: ', /;

[ 11111. FLOIID OCTOBER taBl. knows every foot of the country from j !
; ) the Bay to the Everglades. t' '

> % \ "Ai Ithers See Us." EDWIN N'ELSth N --it'-

C' ,
The following letter to the Mel. II1OCRATffl PRIMARY .. ,, .
boorbeTimes is from the pen of Hon. ..

: .1. Breach of' the Melbourne StateBank h -\1\I.XA1\I.X. .

w candidate for the A Warm Tight and Results in Lots ... I : I'
Republican .. -=c ::!:
-- -
J. from Brevard county, who of Sore Heads.
Legislature -
spent' 'a couple of weeks at Miami and -' while great panes of plate glass would Legal Notice. ,-r .A. 1TI t WANTED-PKVERAU manageoar.TBC3TWORTHT'bo R; ;
Han Takes tas Lead In the BepresentaUvw vibrate and revibrate by the power of JUDICIAL ,niacin ifi..lrwn'aod nritrty* roomies ,It ujn ;;
-the' Grove during tb* last half of Sep- IN CIBCVIT Cocaror THE SIVBMTH .lnl>..(H t Reel With Shone Second tbe storm king, and finally fall a broken CIBCCIT or FLORIDA,m ASD FOB' DADS We Hanafsctnre all .trllljl'tIj ,.. .' '
a jar *na xpa ea-d ftBit.; t
: mbei-. ,.it) aptly shows what othersthink '' ..
t the hard
mass upon pavement. COVNTT. In CHASCESV:, A. D. 189S.EUZABCTH liTTnri kinds and sizes of lx'i).tt<1.ito more no lop t Uryr Monthly SIS., : <: :
rat us:' scheduled Sign boards barrels, boxes. etc.. went Ii :ifetcTne.L !!Y.ftdT Rlf-a4dreaaed stamped '
t'h The Democratic J.Mooas.
primary ) ,
H" I a ,>krel"j Herbert E-:: Hes,'PteK. De"- .
'"J( any reader of tbe Times is 'looti.1king for o'clock Tuesday morning came off whirling: through the air making it (a widow.) lJ"ueeIOlureonlo lle.I Clilrsgo l .? .*864-O'. t.tldem-pot-gnl 1-"" '

f about' for a convenient place in dangerous. pedestrians, while in HU.-STlUI. j, Order Publication. Cypress* .' -!rA :..- ... .. n'FOR
schedule :
time. Tbe race was kept sections roofless mark SALg"atkstt
on other .
let buildings :! nl> ia.
which to,take 'a few days' outing, Upon application of ElizabethMoore,the rtdaNanerklw" 1"i <. k
this scribe put Jn a word of advice. up' until dewy ere when a number of the work of tbe enraged elements. I I i A axaottmentof Budded Citro,Treu.0"aoar I '*
; complainant in the above entitled cause, il J.lOch. EarlMedium and
work of lAte TarUtle*, ta-
At the loldlers' the r I s f
Take the East Coast train to Miami, candidates came sweating under the camps appearing from tha affldavitof Walter 8. Graham Tanks eludtol". !sv'rt Xertlie, .Boone'i' ,Karlrf HaJy kP i '1
t dfe was complete, not even .Dpte, -\
;4 t and in worning'afterlookingoverkry Wire close seconds to the leaders. ,one the for the said Elizabeth ; W'mua.esa..Tengerlee-Ranr, '
pf attorneys
catch sailboat for sparing tbe hospital tents, with their . ,. TaMfff. Kumquat Rnb sad *' : V]
a the Magic City a ',
J. Moore,the complainant,that the defendant Fn n. frlce.lWlorJOperboa'Uritl.VC -' '" "=
CocoanutOrove. Or if ,hire The candidate was conspicuous all hundreds of sick, burning with fever I !. ;: -

f. r,, a carriage and take the five-mile preferred' drive da .and the contests -'Warm. E. H... and ot.herdlseases. Down through the Barry Stlte, Is a non-resident of tbe G. M. DAVIS A. SON . a Addreos w;F. RUD&l9.2t1.U.1meo': H
of tents the storm king went, State of Florida,but is a resident of the United \- ,v.p'
long rows : !
road of which leads recelfect'tbe4'lar. ofany ;
a good most Dimick lt vote
over gathering in his relentless hand the States; and that there Is no person in tne State Paatkal'le.'
: t through ,a dense tropical hammock, candidate on the 'ticket receiving ot Florida the service of whin 1_ '
beautiful. through a tents and effects of the soldiers, scattering snbpoena upon t BTWrito for Catalogue.34ft- l-p ,r ; making forest of a unfamiliar avenue trees, then a irt. 885 TOtei, followed :closely by Henry them to the right and left, and would bind such defendant and that the'.said ', s. .1 JiifcyVAJaM-aXiUAl.' ,-(

;, log the edge of the Bay for a mile or Anthony for:C Collector-with. 828 votes. as be went on bis onward march would defendant is over the age of 21 years.It "..i! "MualcfpaJ;
Notice -of General
-so1 bring up at' the Peacock Inn, and Morse won the:Bepresentative race by screen and scream, and laugh in fiendish Is therefore ordered that the said defendant Notice for Publication..;: J,Eleo.5t /: -
4 delight like so many demons at the do appear to answer the Bill of Complaint tion '
at '
make home on
: t: "*broad yourself porches, a hundred once feet from the 187 votes over Shone,. receiving' 257 ruin he bad wrought. The great for- la th J above entitled cause upon tbe" UND OFFICE. AT GAlynVILL JDlt lItb.I89L, I'u..r,. , 3 Y_TIBTlK *f the DChorirf. vested In'Uif *' r.

3 l' _"shining waters of Biscayne $ay.' The votes to Shone.'120, est trees that for centuries. Had withstood 7th Day of November A.'I). WS, Notice is.herebygiven that the t Uowtngnamed ;-\" tti.d!t.yoe
;view in front is directly_out to sea. On We present-- below comparatively the autumnal gales were the same being the first Monday In said month. settler has filed notice Of hlelnUntl 1'to "f.'fI4"< and the; or I mice, of the City of

.- the left; seven miles across the Bay, is accurate repOrt'of the vote cast. The wrenched from their moorings and at the office of the Cl"ik of said Court la Jnao make final proof In support of his claim,'and )Miami the n' lifltd electors of Ue City ofljmt

4-i A'Ca Florida with the old deserted official figures will not tbe even-tossed about as a child would. tossa Dade County,Florila, that said proof will be made before Jnq $ a r\hereby notified,that,a general'city t'r
-lighthouse, and dwelling. It is a nice change re plaything And it is farther ordered that this order of B. ReillT U. S. Commissioner at }llaI 1I.FU-, Irctivu will,be held: In the city c'unca ebas ,

trln over there- :with a fine view at the sult. To-night (Sunday) the city is, in publication be published in the MIAMI MKTBOF- on October Bib, 198. Tli:; Wllliani Gelln,,of her n n the second flooc' Of the city jam hofldhefiinie -' j

y 'jtop of the lighthouse and thousands'of .. darkness', the electric wires being our, a newspaper published In Miami, Dade Miami I'lL. bomeetead 2217, for the ioatb ing on the !t \. j; ia1',' -.. tkronrih .

& ,/ ;_ mosquitoes around the base. f: '.' down.r\: The fury of the storm has County,Florida,once a week for four consecatire east quarter of sonth-west quarter.. Section?, Monday ia 04tob.L-L D.1x111.. _'R .. .

'." ..'J "Dlrtctly'in front of tbe Inn, and 16 A' dU ml passed and only now and then a fierce weeks.Done townchlp! 54.South Bang 41 base. belbi/jrh: ..aitfc-.y. ,of isid month*"k' .. .J
-, miles away; inthe. offing, is Fowey t !! Q gust comes sweeping down, remindingus and ordered at the Clerk's office .t He names the following witnesses to prove bis that tf poll wl.lba npcjii from o'elock a;rs 4-* .& : -
't1 '; \ o.>Bocks'4ight on one'of tbe submerged -s 00 : : ; ::: eB the.past and the awful fury of Juno, Dade County Florida, this<20th day of continuous residence-upon and cultivation of atlndArd ttmefttntlt wndown on"laid day5; .. .
g : ..i..a 'g'' : the angered storm king. that J. S.. M rame'H.'' :7'" '-
rr j :reefs-.whlchA protect the. shallow ar September,A. D 1896. said land viz: : C. Budge and H.M.

,, ._' \.. tens of the Bay from the violence of 'Ji 5.. m r.I'or BLACKUAN. liUL.] A. F. QUIMBT Robert L.Mills,ot Coconnnt Urore Fl.- KIn$'are he appointed ai Inspectors,tad :; 6

b., G14 .ocean .Tbree'persone find a resis b1'reteDh.&tt'e. JACKSONVILLE,.October. 2, 1898. Clerk of.Circuit Court InI' Samuel A. Belcher, of Cocoanut Grove.Fls R,'M.Smith.clerk, to conduct said eletioe'w

,; : .* deuce in the narrow limits of the foundation 11'-8,)(nfH.....ICS a3 6 10 IS 1 4 2M I .. . I and for Dade County.' William H. Fiiher, of &* 'The officers lobe toted for are u ioUow,i ;..... ;-

4w f on_which tberstrncture .stands, W..1. JoI c.IUa. s I t9 211 8 e 81 BURNED BY GASOLINE EXPLO A OEAHAX Solicitors for Complain WflOam E. Ebersold of '. A Mayor,to serve for one year; f
SeweU\ 'J t - 61 ; .j
Iou 4
9 ':- x"the nearest land being Cape Florida, W. J.Shone.... 11 7 -70 20 e I 1 130 SION. 6-22-6-26. W. 0'. ROBIS8ON. kellmt r. '{! Tree Aldermen or, Members. ol ,the C1ry. i iA =7'-.
n, six;or,eight miles away. For.A.Peuor" -.- ,-- .-- iunscil.to serve for two years. '-- .
-VCoeoanut Grove has about the same F. L. 1Ifb1te.... 10 4d,' 7' !IS 'I t a It.4 City Clerk who will alw>act aa Ash,
Bobarta list With Serious Accident. :
: '" -population as Melbourne. A. point :;,M.E. Gruber..: 48 12I0 It it 11 4 23'O. Mrs.James a to;,serve for one year. t.j j j r.f.f.
," .L.Macdonald. .111. U' 'I' 6 4 1-1 NEW STORE : 4
DRY GOODS X lUrahal and Tax'Collector ' .
above and\ttle4Bay one below; the town- toward the lot- Colleeto1I.1..htboDJ'.l6?: 'M .x14: 38.11:1 8 121 On Saturday' last,just before 12 wbita ,oneyear. << ,r to esrrifor'arc; .. .

open J. P..IIcKeDDa. 66 t' M 12 '- toO preparing dinner, Mrs. James Roberts e1: .. .,.. ,!
but not easily,. ruffled. Indeed ,.. A Clty.Treaanrer;to terre for out year.. !
ocean, Jobe T.Peacock 1., 1 .tv. 'I 2 ; I 62ForTreasursrr noticed that the flow,of gasoline in her
: '?o. .it would be difficult to find more favor- the Said' .election will b* toadl: acted ai far,asp (v
;po excessive and unscrewed
:f' 'able conditions for yachting than exist ,.E.:H.Dim1ek..JtO. 60 11 'It 61' 6 I 541 stove was :. tlcabl aa U provided by,law for the ooar- ',\.Fj'
reservoir of the stove without first
!! 'on Biscayne/'Bsy.n good-sized; fleet J.W. Comstock 81 7 "4ts4. .n' -, 6' a ltO does of General But and County Tleetloau ..
IX ; Per Sebool Board ; off the flame when an explosion
turning ,
L' J.Dlly'.alwa' ). ,be seen here., swinging No.l: J. U. Grant It a. It,'11 90 6 2' 128L. .1. witn'eu Whereof lrane hereunto affizad., .. "
wfM : idly. at anchor with outsprea'i B. ItID .;.._..' 41 26 .U' 21 a II 261 immediately followed, resultingin WiM l Burdine & m j name andYcanaed uae City Clerk to attach. ;t 'k.
her left hand aid
14a L A. 88 18 It 6684 0 3 :248J. the burning of
Garnett' ,
the smooth surface ot n thefaealof th&CIt of shut th'4fo
Miami and t
: wings skimming '.' .T. Zsrnest.:. 9." I 1828 u. 1 5' liS arm and shoulder and right band. : ;
t 4;. \tbeBay.r f C" .T r No.l.l.W.JaekloDlOl. lJO 66 '70". S 10 11MJlInlce Had she not turned, her head quicklyand same this 15U day 61 September .;
> T: ..Tb08e1rbo'fhold.! the 'belief' that ...e..': .- started to her ffcce r. (salt.t A.D:1898.. T ;' '

5" :Florida is ,all:sand''':ought;\to make a No.7O.A.Worleyll0 For Constable; .,'.'- =i - 116 would, doubtless move have away been badly I' Jjo.. B. BXILLT,.Mayor: ".

.:pilgrimage' this part:of:the state. -J.Frohoek..113 ( r ; -, ns burned. AUcii; :'J.. )(.OaAHAK,City Clerk.I .' "*..
E .Mtami and Cocoanut Grove are built on Have adopted the following as their Special -' or
much credit is due to a. little ten- :
largest number of votes cast was .
tbe,,.rock- and the surrounding flat ,. hereby certify that the Council
,: ? ; June Both for his I \ City of thCitXof ., "."?
r '" woods and patches of hammock are all 'representative;,, ;The. four candidates years-old bravery and, boy promptness tearing; the Sales or Bargain tays, viz : r lllimlst a regular meetiah ld an th47I5t& I oi, .+

,on'the:same solid foundation; But It collectively received 519 votes.: clothing from Mrs.-Robarts thus preventing dar of September.A.D.1885 approved this.appointment .
1 lithe most:'fertile rock:.I have ever serious accident, to that ; ; of. threeInspectors'and th.-'f 'J".s

T ,known. Limes, alligator;pears,'man lady., As a more it is it will be several weeks Monday, Thursday, : Clerk .ot election 'whose names appear IB the, "... .

;;, pesl ,gnatu and .npHppleleem to Im? LTfl-OF; T E TROOPSTheiConditlonaIt before she will be able to attend to her --..: ... l foregoing notice election.. ti: .

,.'fo i ;.;:. ,find a natural.home in the rocky soil. duties., Tuesday Friday anclSaturday. ae J 23-oct2i J.M. OaasaiiC1ty Clerk. ..t ;-;

.'! One would'IUPpoM that the scant soil ..' . I A sad feature. of the' accident was i ( ' '"' : ... OS
t 1 .would bold Utr.IeUt.aDJlDolsturebuttbe. : that Mrsj M, ,Robarta mother of Mr. A New 'Law ( ;G'l. '
Jacksonville u
) rock Is so porous that'it seems to Roberts,was at the time lying jn bed Wednesday '" .t. '_ .
interpose no: difficultyin the way off :: With)Thoae at : '
; Compared TtiE
in another room seriously ill. When FOR :. SQUJH: ; .
!'capillary attraction;::so that after ;a -- '

h' -1- long dry,season' grass and'other?vegetation "t ,:..') ,;Ki&mi.c' .. .... !i she of bed'heard and the rushed explosion to her she herdaughter's leaped out Don't forget the days] 'On. these days we t .: St... 'Lucie::: :Evc: een.. JGrowi .t
still and fresh;\The
4 are green eta Surface only' Does ;
.. St. Lucie grass 'thrives,admlrablan", The-- rsa6 B1oTr-tome- Ln enI'.O'bHn.u' iJ u.. assistance.shock.u whlch: reshlt she received a propose, until further notice, to offer the Interfere with Shrubbery, etc.not i t
-- nervous ,completely pros- ; ; "
Cornishes good pastarage.i, tfated her. Y' Jr1 Kw. H; HASKELL5e1:68
-"It costs anywhere from ten to forty TtitheZditotofthelsnoeoin: r ; > at : g 1srpit. DEL&1rD, FLA.
whowere passing
a !dollars',and';more" per acre to remove ,, fITHneriy'apeek'a : negroes( rr
lt 'enough the tock to admit of cultJva- ,-? : the time saw tbe smoke and blaze, and GREATEST BARGAINS: :
: \ : tarrylug the fence rushed in, and
: Jumping putout
1l n&j '
iIIOD. '
The' there is tosatoes. .
. :. .;There.staple are also.crop considerable areas- I ,.in, Jackspnyille, the fire before further' damage' c Pen ISIllar R.lt f

:we have had some bad been'done. 6ver shown in Miami. No limit to thq
: of low prairie with rich
a deep Tegetableloin : called Lisa
Dr. Skaggs was immediately New Northern Florida Air tad
/ ,
which,when ditched at short opportun i ty.> to l ; '
and he' dressed the burns on Mrs. quantity! to anyone:: | PloricU Trunk Line.. '
intervals :and .thrown up IOU:to.befc 'aee. ,whitLhe; Roberts'and ttended 'to ,- I x,free,of' water, make fine vegetable gar :deadly typhoid is Robarts. Wa are how'making great sacrifices''iil all our : r Time Table In Xtfser Jnly S.ISM., '

,J' ;dens.. The Evergladea::reach r within Noa3koM' .NOKTHESir No No 8'l
Mr. and Mrs. ,Robarts have been z-
,doing for oUr.io .
;two or three miles of the. ,;:eoi stand rendering Di&Datly' POINTS. Daily ''
married but about two months
,g, .numerous'pitches of glade.lands are -y ,diers;'here.7 1'i We. their early married life sad, indeed. -- -' : '
alto rich in vegetable :, :'s''/: SUMM'E'R'GQO.DS. sea 65OpL.Jacbonfllle..Ar... IISa,916p.
deposit hove'ecen. ,fromthreeto 'Dr. Skagga informed tbe MKTOOI-O- 'l3Op\ ..Yniee..a", .. 'BeT.'Jamea-Boltoo .nil=: ArZ.rernandlnai!
e >? formerly five and that"Mrs,Robarts was in 0705 S I5pf LvIV.p Ian 700p:
f .'Ident of tbe Indian Elrer country.pas ; LIt yesterday : IJ>Opl -: :- v06a 6**.
somewhat; precarious "condition as Straw Hats iBrunswwiek; *
a Linen Suits i
flometlmes' ;
'" r .a !HU.'Place back of Cocoanut trove, > more funerat'pr'ocession4' derangement of a number the Helmets. t ," Alpaca k lioip R25 .. Ba11lanall.?" 'aiteftioa aeip 6-.y;

t ;= In'the nf idst of,'the pine:rwootls; ,wkich'fora daily. The. muffled drum, the;slow, have resulted -from- the injury organs lie Coats and Vests (both short r and clerjcal cut)' l1oBplt33p; L"_;.Savaooab.'...ArAr..Falrtax Ucp it ;
:" two year old venture a' marvel soiemp dead' marcb'the; ., ; ,. "l'5tIr I 66a 8. C_Lv SiiaS2ia nip -
procession feels confident she will recover. '- inp 2069& '.!'..DeDJoark. ;. ". Sop, 1" w
of prodoctinlleu.UIa.MI'I'OI1nde4 of, soldiers 'as they bear the body The writer ,bas been informed of Lawns,. Organdies,. :Gents and Ladies' Low : 1M 'Ma "'..A.ncusta..aa.:. .io..' SX*.
.bj a' ,teryf; 'sabetantal'stone. fence ," -** lX47aUSBa-
: 4oG 4!H Colombia,8.u.
,r 'which Trill never blow' over Tor: roc of.'their 'comrade! to. f he;;.'train,.,havebeen several:ladies,' in ,Miami who 'ar". in Gut Shoes.. In fact we are compelled to / .',.;' 11lBs 'Spartanburg" ,- lOOp .->i.-
are danger,of just such accidents<< : unless ...... : .ubfll1e.N..a. ._* 306p .....
and look
down ot New that .
give* place a frequent: they &rc
so i jMt cease carelessly handling sollne. reduce Mammoth Stock iu to.make Slip > i5a "Cbadotte10. / L
ry g
;' for'' tb D6av: our line X- .. Sia
ind. Mrs Bolton,. ; noticed. HT No Ore il' safer.or better' for lighthousekeeping.when ; every ; r. lcU7a 841bbua. "..19flap I Zp
b'.. t \ 1 1&J 12 "Greensboro" '0& 7 706&
I' r Here '8 per cent. of. the ftoldierelhat. , pro IJ'controlledand room for:' "Winter GQods.r. ; ". i'fr: .;. tstpJ20pp-'DatvhleYa.''" amp 660& .

none more (dangerous when ban r.-. ., :, .,.40! 62..44 1 ,''''SOOQ.... 100.-',
"--. ekbttfK.. 'I'
""! ".
:: M ,
.3 sea 6 niairspe': _
; .' : '-0\- .3cra: 9 p M... Wa ington.. lair s o43a''' "';
'.... 1J00Ii II lIp .Ba .mote.;. "' 9 42& 2Op.. a
lOll -se '''?Pb! delphi&' 1"'lk 666pr ?..a1243p
FF -r- t 6231 ;;JNew-VOI'kt. 121Si: 4.aopiA3IIp.

-gtipeot-large I 300 --.n.Bostoo.4... i ,ooa801fiaDO ...

she. parson .does not'give the grape :ails 'T omp90n' L ; ..Ar.Lv 'JlJebonyjl1ll..A.t i..EYer.tt.:....L. 9 t 3o53l-916p .. .r.- ,
good ,name .bv-and'byud offer;cut. are satisfied Discipline is far stricter; i ean wmpersftlfeV k: .. .AnaDt..i" 11 .... } '
i ,., slugs at4 good price he fail to int.prove than It iu Miami. .) do oonihel7th. Can4 ;=, a\taaoopt"'', .18Op laOOp' "ate
his will was den not rove I Highest temperature,5| i rlove-fittingljprsets: ,Jn vme ;Mosque J : t. #.C1BdDilat1.- .... SaGa .......; .., :
\ about
opportunity. town at their sweet will, bb$ Lowest temperature,jjjoon the 9th. .
"Other:_objects at'Coots ut" Grove every man coming the city must be 1 Greatest daily,range.o temperature, op r"which', .,attitchestoilhe| bedstead instead o- _Ko.;34 leaves. Jacksonville. at 9 p.m.YnDaflj -,... ''
Fernandinaat J
worthy Inspection are some beanti- armed wllha'UIaad he has the pleas- ] j6a -' ett Jeeat4QP.1 at;7:45 ana arrives Bnmswick at SHo pm.&rer-p m.' :
: ..fut ro"aL" palms, whose trunks'look. as tare of showing it to a guard on nearly. i Leastdaillraogeot.t. peratur 7. *. the ceiling. We sell. .Coats, Thread tomes ? 'f: p.: O.aaarriTes at Kvertte at 7:80 a.teav m 4 !''
: ':,<"'lf they'had been, hand-polished every block..-3ince I have been here I i 'Mean temperaturer.. for this, month chants at 41c dozen. :s Fermndioa-ua 1ft..arrives Yulee )! .Bi:
I 'smoothand symmetrical' per' .; a.m.and arrlres Jacksonville at 9:4011. 1
shining and Vfr .
have little .
seen drunkenness....A:glass for 11 years, 8O" ? ;1- \ Noes 3tr13, si and 47 make Connection for jt
,; 'ii'MTtneyiA: bopch of'taligracefulw or two ton much of that which :cheers Prevailing wind,udeut: We carry he.l, largest assortment of ," i iIJnibpellasiand Bnuwwlclc';arriving?Brunswick: 4:30 p. m. and.' '

.a.Q&pllce.Ro"al. the, heart:gand.the unfortunate victim llaximnm,velocity uf wind 28 miles. t. 8w p.-m.reapertivelr;Joe Sew' Orleans train/ ';!.

t:..., ,1 :whose waving fronds oven is landed!in the'guard house. Major, ;Total inches rainfall, ..38;;. 'c' .- '" .I, -i\\ \ rrvsrthioK leaves Jacksonville' New 9:4i urlen&7:40 a.:m.with through. ..,n, :aJeesEit; .

.. "ba.--- large area of terra flrma. Harrison had been In'charge'oftbe Gl'f'atestrralnfaLl.,in''one' :!.lay,1L14 tbtauehjsleep line. AJTh.es //J kSO .
'". w. ,, are. ) andadd troops ia liiami,or rather in charge of' I inches on the 27th.: i: vf; 1A'er.g.Fnlnfali :Parasols llJ IrofflNewUrfeani6t52p.ni.MatVJSteepen. : ,"' '. <
'.M- the' pieturesgeness of' the.. the provost.guard;no' trouble. would : September.for z ,., \ stxYnw.cAa; LUfCJC:;: i?;
ffi ettieafcnt.; :1: I| -' -\. .. ,' . : 5s:l'at: 'between '"
; have been experienced.' 11 years, O. SJnchea:;!. .-\' *<-'f. ? : 'f'I ,0< 47os. sad "

.t'Then there is Klik':1uQI-o: so well *The storm atrnck here with all Deficiency rainfall lorSeptember. ;. : -: ver:'shown in ,Miami, Jn fact. 'Our >stoei'jir-J: '' 8fuper NewYgrkbad'laeksoavlfeandthe-Oncinnaltt Tis Asheane. :: . ._
known to all the boys and girle of this its fury:Sunday-morning,. "sweeping 6.15inches, ; K-'i-f ; .-Nod.37 and 8 carry Through Sleepers between ..VJ.

.jt'I>- .big and growing:')republic., ;111 r.*and down :Irom,,, tbe north, deluging Numberofclear days;tI8 ?? 'r".;. ,'. : *. :': :choct() .full :|)f good things which: can; only\ $ ;.. JMksoavllteandNewYorkin'-eonneeUoB with "e i
7e ,. -Hrs;Munro are spending:the the : 8.13.7 and 14 with PttUman Sleepers ,betwees. ,4
summer city with'rsin while; tbe wind Number of partly cloudy: dajs, 14.' -,. ,
r<, ."-tp.their COIf: retreat'here> and he Is went rI.DCI appreciated \\by>> c allingon 'us." I I.1.1 lJ '. cksonriUeandTatepa.f
.f leaping bounding throughthe NumberofcLoudydayatO., : ; ;. ._ ;_ ; : :f. : No.W carries the Cincinnati and Florida lba tr....
.: 'i." r JMatT21>>repaefng other attractions for streets,'leathering in.its relentless I < Tbe< .above;data ;tis'farnisbed: > us -' .. I'. Yours *!** ,f / Ittd.-This b br ht CO Jackaoovilta bJ'lIo.&';; '...
: (rMeraand'.ome' :that:: ;: . to please .-+ rlEh'; \ 4 :
yetr are grasp awaiags;twisting great iron 1 tJuoorh-the''cobrtesy ofrj;'W,Crook, 'r' '-. & r- -J.LluxsBALTtort.auw.Baj5eaet* ; :-.'
ab.ost iav!"'ir .... front1 eiLoot.end vaut 'Jbareanuobeerrer ,at Jupiter 1: Jaeksonvine.: , '. ; ;,
-: I'r\utito.' 'tiettaoaaoiQu :JD bew'w bu th1'.' -i'V>%j 1 M-- --r""- -.';$xi *...>.<.-, 17-Y8.i1-LirR It r MRD: / N jQ: *. ,,- TtaT.' _.: st.---h.'J.: f'I1o.X.
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' ,4' Orange Trees fromIa t;) given good culture and some.fer ticultural capabilities oi this section ange I 'may have' frost crystals' all ._ -' _..... .-.

Freezes. j I rifest has never given me, all told, to be sufficient to support a dense I throughJt and yet ,come out fine mar- -

. From the Florida Agriculturist- t a return of +(fifty dollars.) population in comfort without its aid, ketable|; fruit thawed/ slowly also -L f

S Coming to Florida twenty-three One set nine, and one set six years must orange culture, its chief charmin | that the tree derives great protection J a

rl" years ago lor the purpose of miring ago have nedtlaer of them given me the past, l bt' abandoned. ? Have we ft am<< like conditions. I
r # lemons and oranges for the profit and one dollar became of drouths and not seen far too much of nature's un- In the eleven-rmentionedthere ear-old gruve, already I .,

I '... pleasure to- be derived therefrom, and : freezes. Now' note the difference. aided success in Florida to lack faith in are a half dozen trees y

.p with the expectation of growing bananas One set in 18$4 on similar land and the succesM of man's earnest efforts, with large, well-rounded tops capable tt .

pineapples, guavas, and ether without a pound of fertilizer outside with her assistance to raise even tropi-lo. and some actually now carryinga t's

: r of the more hardy tropical fruits for of what grow on the Ia.nd. in 23 cal fruits here where it 'has been successfully box of fruit, while 'close by'and all
home use, it was quite a disappoint months from setting, gave me 38 boxes done in the past,even though I about! them are trees that this springwere

ment to me to learn, after a few years of oranges and in 35 months+ gave it seems a little north of their present mere sour-stumps with a bunch; 5yl

i of fairly successful culture, that the me 200 boxes of fine fruit and from habitat. It is a weak man that ac of frost bitten sprouts at their toga fix

freezes and droutha of this section, a that on to the time of the big freezes knowledges defeat and ceases effort These, six fine bearing trees are profitable 1 S

.Y' little south of the 29th parallel, were of' '94-'95:' gave me largely increasing while there still remains untried roads I right now, the others almost as Ilj y y r $ rt4

-' ; becoming more common and more dlstruclive crops each year besides about $ OOfrom to ISUCcel! far from that condition aa when all QQ

and finally got so frequent nursery stock raised between the Is there then any plan by whichwe were first set, eleven years ago. What

tk :; and'severe that a crop of neither of trees.. This grove recovered rapidly may hope to make groves with as makes.the difference? Simply that the \

the last three could be hoped !.>T oftener from she effects of the great freezes much surety of their becoming profitable few bad the protection of palmetto e _' +.. f 1D \ -.

l than once in several years W'.tli-: aDd gave me about 80 boxes last season to the pocket, at least, as of trees left wben clearing the land. Had

r out irrigation and the protection oi with promise of more this, not- old? all had this protection the grove fatlri

r artificial heat. itbstanding serious injury from last Is there any means by which we would be a very; profitable one ate. thin
o Even title more hardy catley guavas inter's cold. All these older groves may "snatch victory from defeat,'.* and time. ''Without protection the present

to that, in the few years after their first of mine have been profitable, and make these very hardships: and uncertainties condition may continue indefinitely.This / 'fJ/

introduction, by Maj. O. P. Books, promise to be so again in the near future (contribute to our future successes kind of protection Is far less "

grew to quite large and extremely ,*u the trees nearly all put out ? ,dI flhink" so. There may be perfect than shedding would be while !AI. .Ii'

i; t fruitful trees, were finally nut to the above the bud and now 'have large several toads,{ to success but one of there are the disadvantage first, of

ground and for several post tops while the heretofore them te,l I feel sure the covering of the competition: of the the '
years younger groves roots of Safety! Comfort! Quick Tunic J l !I' l ji j i
4: have had no chance to attain mores mentioned, had ninety p$r cent the groVes with sheds so arranged as palmettoes that have A good appetitefor !

: than a low bush form before being : of their trees cut to near the ground in to give a measure of protection from forty dollar fertilizers, and second i' Cuisine and Bsrrice Ho Transfer' Between acksoniii '

y cut to the ground again by'cold. F ebruary, '95, and again cut back to cold in winter and a partial. shade the trash and (fine dirt .falling from r and New! York. rl' :: :' '. ,-r*c t

y the banking Jan. 3d, of last winter. In throughout the season. the palmettoes, that ..
This class of fruits, however, though encourage the The >1ftU o01110*** of'&Q.follow ing 1I&Dd.oma New Steal
fact they seem but little nearer to givng When this matter was first brought growtih of scale insects in instances tauMCsr "
most deligfhtful eating and extremely many "COJLUlCJDn'new: ), "ALQOBrQTjlN ** r
-ntOOTOE; .
to attention Mr E. P. Porc'her.whide cEE o$$
by $
desirable to grow at borne, can be pur- returns for all the care, labor and my to a disastrous degree. At 41 4g>
fiMftIilL ,
the aforesaid south, it "
put on them than they wsix ere on trip DeLand, Orlando aad'other "
w chased from points further south tud place NORTH-BOUND r W
K" If oi these little struck me 818'a chimerical scheme that throughout one State to the
the more hardy grape, pear kaki red years ago. any subject to a rrom Jaebo1aTtUe. J1L. ttQs ';" ,'
(caJ.Iq: at Claarl-.to) ..
new varieties of late blooming peaches groves had had effective protction, no one but an enthusiast would under- ]low temperaturesheda have enabled From Chartoa.a. a........ ..... _:....... SIlJU2an.oru.da"a, W aa4 sad.htrr.dy.r ) ; ':E
take, and likely to disappointing For hour of selling ass 07< etc., raised in their stead. But it would now be giving an income thatwould prove pineapple growers, with.the assistance. $. dsllaea8teamses .r .J:.. : .
and in results. SOU i d-BO DM u.. : c; :
when the lemon has to be given up, be equivalent to ten per cent unprofitable cIt 4' small Ares, to carry the tender, are:appolnt.Q to.au from Plea !!. Past River Nsw Y-odt. mt't'p.&t ra. -,
i nterest several thousand set me to thinking however, and :
on dollars in tropical pineapple and its fruit J'Ol't -
and finally the orange cropaod not though I am not yet prepared to "be Charlestot./ dCw...N....:...................,.... ., Wedagdayi : \
.. "v% only the crop is lost but even the trees pie of-having been and being simplyan through freezes that haTe killed even For JacboDTB1e. FL.eama at ?
c lieve three times what I can and I CMrtatonJI&D4an.\ W &114 J"tWQI !t M
item of oH
themselves expense to me. large trees
.are repeatedly cut back orange unprotected, .r "
:, many of1 them to the ground at rapidly 'For a while after the freeze of Jan. prove three times what any one else to the ground. If we need build fires ClydO i N b ;
can believe," I have become convinced w .EnW8IJd na'pnth8nL
;_ \ shortening intervals, it becomes xd, ol last winter the trees showed why build sheda? Why not trust to : Linfl3 ;?a
tlhat not the Klondike
we need rush off to -
x; evident that a new order of things few signs of being seriously hurt and the fires alone? The sheds win furnish 1114'1 ,
Cuba 1'orto Rico. Flying ( -
must be brought about to meet tJie 1 still bad hopes of a three thousand or ample protection in most case FREIGHT ONLY.) -.' .!
from the ilk we have to those we (Calling al Charleston.8. c.. both
climatic"coridi'tions and the wars) ,
= changed or the dollar crop from them for this season delay starting of growth in "Stesm.rs" II'
know not of but that stay Aroototsd to sail as Follows? f
't ;
g 1- '4 industry sidetracked as one not to be Early in February 1 left home for may the spring to_a safe date, aa the palmetto From Foot an 8U'ett. JsekMavfua \
aright here friends and familiar ofTHHo From Lewta" .
relied upon for a livelihood. houseboat trip south, along the East among our trees have done for the few U. a'RIDAn.Wbarr 1.CLVDET. sac.

Mr. A. J. Mitchell, the head of, the Coast and was gone some five weeks surroundings, utilizing the f trees near them, but when greatest :
to !
skill have in the 'stin ,,
4- weather bureau of this State, and 1 \iVthile away there occurred more' we gained pa extremes come and :fires are required .. JOHNS.'RIVE R Li-_ ,

j know of no. better authority: tells us, f freezes, but of so' light a character rebuilding our groves or making new the sheds assist very materially fnconfining ','.' (DB BART LUnri.J, '",;...... ,si
realizing more therefrom than JACK30NV1LLJB. FAxJLTKA. 8ANTOBD ? _. ;
e< t.
"' "So far 'as meteorological data go, that I looked for little or no harm to the warm. air and making INTEKMSDIAxB I'LL. ;.urn:
t ever before and at the same time stimulate LANDINGS ON THB ST. JOHNS IUV1C& ;c
< there Is nothing to show that the climate the orange trees from them. small 'fires effective. Again it must .f3
business, the growth:! of the not r
t "' of Florida is changing. % lie Upon. my return home l' wars so country and restore values to property be forgotten that protection- fromFlorida ,I Steamer 'Harry: G. Day," '-; ;r

fun.her'8&YS: "The temperature I shocked by the sad condition my all about. us on a surer basis than ,,' O CapC W. A. Bbaw. .. '
the same. Man makes the attack of groves that I have not yet fully recovered S appointed 4 to,sia follows .' '
". of old. % s* : **z ,
the cold weather more" successful by from its effects. The first thought is 'the coat, and Hast Coast Leaves JacksonvllU... .... ........N..Tae.dayaattd a" aatnrasjs ,,' -7:tm.T.

:i his operations and by his failure to to Two pineland groves, all that I haveon"that I that it places the whole matter beyond Leaves Sanford... ......... ........?-..........J(ondsys and Thursdays. at at:f40:All Po'p. nu' rt 1'1'1'. '

substitute:! anything Tor them. class of land, were so injured 11 the reach of most of us. Every Railway GENERAL:.: PASSSNGEB AND TICKET OFFICE. JOt WEST, BAT BT._JACK1. .
; (Florida State Horticultural Societyreport hat snd,28. go W. 11;.WARBURTON.or.. P.' A.. r .
t ; for 1896' pages 27 ) than to give attention to the best t1 the Klondike or to move even as far SOUTH BOUND. .1 Bowllar Green New TorL 11 F.,It 1RONMONGEB. Jr-r FJa. P- i
; We have all aindkd the past records ____ THEOlo. EOKH T. 1L.; Bay 8t Jaeksanvtna k..rl
of the races: that are left, not resetting as Cuba, and It costa money to make STATIONS i 1 1"F D.uo mo.t .*. ; J >
r I J8aperlntn .
BolIDe Orein New Tork.
and term of win I
predicted a warmer 11
;' those that were shocked be10ndpoeaibiUty" 11 a promising start 'when we get tfhere! ; No ;" Foot liofaa; SLJ. r.:1'
at.udiecl -
k '
ahead. Bathebave :
1' ters u
$. of Dull, recovery. but let us see if the cost of shedding Lv >oiiTiUe 'VIM. P. CLYDE, '
joop & Qen
..r" tronomy anCl. 'O.t encouragement from is not small AT Sb Aufftutine ............. 10 JOtl 4 IOJ> CO.. ,I., Agts., i
in withtbe
- Many fine buds, ready to give a crop really comparison Lv Attinsdae .. I GrMn. New Toot City a Bo. .. .
: the itfcat the earth has been 4 ISP IXL A. . PbJUd-lpbta.
( \ y Lv IIsatin ,.. .. .
: ,
this .A1j
benefits and
I season of a dozen to 50 oranges, any one can commence m u 4 SaD C ;
t.; passing through "cycles ol cold vortices N J'aJatk& ....................... ssals ,,"-hcallis 1o'IDd
...1-S-J.\\: \ in space,? but,-at the time of the were killed to the stock notwithstanding in a small way, If they choose, Lv.Palmtka ................:......III 4SI 4 JSP lop I bat a small port of the benefit ,
; the banking of earth to six or | and enlarge the covered area )later as San UateoT.................... Ia 45P 6 from shedding. ''the rains : .
J5P When are
? '. -t' prediction we are passing out of them their means allow. Lv San Mtteo. ................:..., aoai. too ,tai apart and :!" .
I eight inches above junction with t lP 2nd. '
\ -t haDd. took for warmer extremes Lv.Eut Palatka Claim-Construction of mdlstrore the docks gei.I .plnmage soned wer "
__ ; r c may the.Itock. ,With cypress posts, a wire frame Lv.Ormond .....:::;:::::::::::::;.It fopl Igp op i in times of drouth.Jlaia sink : ,'
SS r : for' along time,to come. Note lor example Lv .... .. : a -tub abonahalt wayln ..theground
and a covering for and sides ofcypre'88 Daytona ... .............. i lip 6 Sip '
iO ,1t. the -following quotation' from In the hammock groves no buds ; top Lv Port Onset .......;. I MM 7 rap ,I consider folly aa importanta fiQ it with water, and Jet vthe' .
laths Lv New Starrs .........
=. the Orlando :Reporter: "A very coolheaded were 'killed below the top of the banking woven into wire the Lv Oak. HOILv ..*.::::::::::::::::: 7 SSPTitu.we benefit .. the preceding one as it docks have a good :seif cleansingv'

: but ,even the old trees with large -width.of a lath apart as for a fence; L. ...................... promotes very rapid, even growth and which
,- ; calculating gentleman, who ; no wood except the posts thick Crtv Point. ............... 9JJSP. ...... 'they"always; do 4hen)they have, '
: .,. has' given mature thougbtVo the subject tops had'put on but scant foliage, of Lv Cocoa .................... J4S ...,... early maturity the many advantages. a chance. We -keep'docks'? both; lit;

df I/J,.., fa of the opinion that with next little ata.rTed-leaT, and looked readyto enough to hold moisture and rot, Lv LvRoekle-d EM CsSl.....::::::::.:::. : ...... of which. are referred to later. .ttawasadinthtcouhtrJr-ru'-I; ; .. .

'i'.i i .r winter, at least, aU danger' citrus yield ag'ilaeii lives to any one of an acre can be shedded at from $350 Lv Lr Melbourne ............... 4111p ...... town do just as weU> s '
to Sebsstiaa ...... c.counbT
v fruit culture in the orange belt of the many lila that orange, trees are according to height' size oiwire Lv St. Lode .:::::::::::: I .. Feeding Docks. ducks. It is of the townduekzthatwe :
heir to. Their used, etc. Lv Fort Pierce .......,..... 6 .... f! ?
Florida will have passed. 'Be ,tte.es : vitality was apparently Such shed should and' Lv Eden ............... 6 ...... The prevailing idea that'duoka'par.. are: now writing*, for Ur"dtickfJn., ,,.
his conclusion on the fact that: for so,lowered .by the hardships of a will last Lv Jenca .................::. 6 54 ...... ticularly the Peldns, require more water ,the eoun'try' have a small"lake' to'.swbn
ten years and I believe, a good deal Lv Stuart ...,.........;...... 7 4'
the'paa four yean there has been a the past few years as ;to, have little Lv Hob Sound ................;. ...... more attention and more. work In, and forage' :' for themselves :to .a, t
vital tenacity or of reaistanc e longer with a little repairs. I have Lv, West Jupiter ...............;.. f...... '- "
,; peculiar combination of heavenly bed- power Lv West Palm .. and worry- to look"alter than chickens great extent. ,.-
seen thin still sound Beach .......... i ...... -
tea which occurs only once or twice to disease, laf\in -them.: C react palings Lv Union ............... eop44P ...... do, is.a.mistake. A nice fat dock
on a (fence that had stood for thirty- Lv Fort Lsnderdal .............. t ... \ young1 ,just browned+ x
in'a century and that: it'amaya produces Thefruit:crop'appeared. almost entirely five Lv Lemoa City ............. 10 .-..?.. The feeding ducks is simplicity H- to a torn: properly St1l1fed'wf1li'dressr-
yearLTake At Miami ..... ......
... ....
.II! NNN_. self: For rod :;
z : abnormal. meterological con wanting.My the outside estimate of cost they require : less ing- and oystersand', ; sagts'to::1aTOt"> r

Ct t UonL-: own hands have done.their panin $500 and divide it by ten and it'shows ,NORTH BOITND. variety of food than fowls,; and they makes 'a dish'that cannot.be''excelled '

? '."He! **?* that when that combination '''the 'cl aring-of 'the land for tacogroye. a cost of but $70 a year, including 8 ,STATIONS o No Daily t can ;.be fed and ,.watered' both in the by anything, that: wears feathers.-' _; r.

r is' broken, which will be very .They have. set the trees, cultivated Per cent interest investment ... ExSoLv same trough if necessary .i American Poultry JjOumaEf .afi.

t soon: Ftor *Weather as well as tha t ,'fertilized and fenced it budded on per Miami ....*.................... S30* .- ... Ducks require soft, succulent food. .,r "
A= acre for ten years and all paid up at Lv Lemon Qr> .................. j8aMa .
f. a ,I of other portions of the globe will as trained,'.inarched, wired: :.and bankedthe the end of that time. Lv Port Laa.I dale .............. | ....,. In fact, it may be- a soupy softness -' *->- >'i *5'1 ."'
s more Lv Liatoa .............. ..... 6 ..... I Keep Larga Plocks. j'
; normal condition add not'hurt ;
a; and then trees; I have .fought; off insects Lv Wilt Rim them. .
(What benefits are secured Beach........:... ......
Farmers. &
there'will ''be no more frozen ors ge diseattes''pilterm's protected them Lv Welt Jupiter .................. *JJOS 7S ....., In times -when (in a good;:muiy: porttonsf s
; 1st. Absolute safety, with, possibly Lr Robe Sound .................. 8 axaLv .... ordinary we desire, trite couatiyare[f :: ;; : ?_r.
t groves'here and the, prosperity of, the from jwinda"1and' cold until I "had the assistance ot'smell fire in Lv. Swart ......................... i ...... simply" to keep our ducks in a healthy ; bcglnxdng to.uaderstand -; '
i ** Lejean." ........... ... importance of f '
.N..N. } poultry a*.a,
earlT.nlnetka'wUl..retum.'to.uI.: : thought Ito very serious harm' could tunic cases, <(from< the loss of both Lv Eden .................... } r .N.--..: condition, and only moderately:' flat, *&:
iL.: ,This Is but 'One'of hundreds of elm= come' -to them'from: -either. 1 1. fact 1have Lvt Fort Pierce ................... } .., we feed them on coarse meal and source revenue .and:-bave_ hss-; >i' 1t
liar fruit sad'treea from cold. Lv St Leafs ...................... S7S ..... corn doned the'notion thai 4'' flook of deal.,
v predictions that have been coming _given; my time and al\;;the horticultural find. Conservation ol moisture baadao ...................... rajcaass .... wheat bran of equal parts mixed with _
1: I 'to us, for .the past twelve ; Melboonw ... ................. II ...... \ : ia to be.allowed $olive_ on.atfbecaitee i. Ii 1t;
years. skill I possess to making each: through such drouths as the present Lv Eao GsnI.i..N............... .... cold water in a wooden trougSu The -
I they excite nope irf .' more one. Lv. Cocoa ............N.. ....... V cep ...... money occasiomally '
1 ,sanguine until their 'repeated and. after_ a ,most gratifying rice!e. 3rd. It'shortens the tlm required Lv atr Point ....:............... isjppSS4P ..:... long, and site;,with one 'end elevatedan w _e- ,
I'TItUIVNI ............. ..... .. : },
c failure -would' make them seem ridiculoos. foe few' .N. - : ;They begin to understand: that tfbe :
'' : a years; ,hen -come changes to bring a grove to profitable bearing Lv Oak Hffl ...................... I44PSjop ...:. inch or so, .higher than flhe other.
: .were'It Dot that "Hope deferm 1 that fuel me of my reward and 'having from one-third Lv New Smyrna ................. 6 > Alter mixing the' feed:we take the la- flock of hens la valosible in; more ',I J-
: ; to one-halt even when ............ .. .. .....
: maketlbe'besrt: : Lv Poe.oLai. : s $as _
sick. The climatic learnedto. lore, eachtree, bring ,mi e there are no injurious c'hi' -spells to ................... s asp r oae. die and push the food back toward. the tbaIn.1tJie prodnetkn of eggwW. ?
; ; groves are c er grievous pain in' eeing them .off era cutback unprotected trees. LEE; PtlatkaAT .....:............ 7 4 0.1D 4Sa>M higher end of the 'b ugh: Then we -Tbey.koDw' ', ; #

lainlyVdifferent'since'omueh: of our; To_ .work'among;them instead, of .be- 4th. The quality'of the fruit Is im- San Mateo .. ......:.......... 6 n 4sp pour tree water in the, lower end of toh&ta,1Iockot hens, a alnahle ,"lar'i. -

E-csr k'" great; :'country6has';: been denude IJW she, deUght.lt; once':was, DOW bu proved. Lv Saa Uateo '...VAr ................. ...... it. The fact that there is a flavor.of soot exterminators,. 'kwptpg'' riET

v"'_ .'? .. of- .Sts'nat' ; Fal:=; h"ibt- depresses\ ., ny'spirits; until I_sometimes; 5th. It wards off many injnrtyns lathe Falstks. ::::.:::::::::::: ::::::: S35P j >oa the food in- the water _.\'he lower end pests in check; Ibeoideti:'.devouring, 5":' s.'

"' ... >l' \- sbpr.:;-different I, .from what was *r rrtany1 lie n just,,,have to, give, up and go to, Ttects find 'diseases! from 'bo:h trees Ly ...................... 433? } i5a Is .not objectionable' nor injurious to large' quAnikies of the s eeds of weeds. 'r
Ar Sfc Anguttia* ................. Chat '
,: '.... \ ' ;.;tropical J fruits were,i'al8edfc1n' house sickat'heart; ,not because 01 and fruit. Lv St. Ancuti ...:........:..... Sjopsasp tw t4SS the ducks. In face they like It. They grow up In n&gi- -
ti.. !t. .} :abundance in fit,.Augustine, according the: 'beauty and" symmetryiof my 6tih. Conservation of fertilizers.7th Ar JackaoaviUs ............_..... 6 sw'o ass take a few nouthfuls, oi the bran and ripen, where,1i>ey'would"tanriah a

11' .... : to 'the statements'of::old!and-reliablcitizens. grove 'once:, '" aed' seeds to Ittfest'the 'whole"17arm.wetre: r
!. ; iny;>pride,{ the: ,hop ,. Greatly, J increased protection BETWEEN NEW : mash and thtsi work around to the

.r' :t.;: : ,1"j that gladdened (my';heart end' made from piiiering-which, with protection n CITY JUNCTION.SMYRNA.ft' ORANGE lower, end of foe trough ands] take I U tiot"for itiha industry of'tJhe hens in ys

if'" \ '. ' ,The northern'limit.:of profitable cui- the-days seem all too short, have given from cold, makes it possible to' hold, drink of water. for be it known*' a picking ibem.vp' and tnmlng''themjb:

,,*' tare oi'eitras ,fruits: ,has been o-Gace to barelimbsdck' -"tseei eadt dis crop for highest prices. STAnOH'- SOUTH BOUND. duck cannot well eat withoui* water i gxiod nse bj;taring tf cm ..'their f eod..

.oi.. aliyworking southward from,the'Caruntil" !oragemeniu >A slam cannot-doe good .8th. Reduced'danger from sire L' New S ........'..........I IN*.rat m No.'l lOa bandy. It takes: water to keep tneir :;The'principal ;trouble with"farmetiB

'. '!:-f', ,,oIllaa! ., ..now'It'' seems ti ha. iV oik'wfiEhont'hopa; ' ,Give'him flirt9th.. The, bringing about .0f.lcondI. Lv Lake Oran,Relies, City....................................f.I J j sop app a 1& .JBB-p mouths and necks clear. ,of the ,feed! 1 has beeo:<,th&t they do bat keep;as; ,?3, .

'-! .,::r. :tracheal:t"point,many::miles south oFlorida's f and'thereare. few thing rhe' can, not liana that: allow of the growing of Ar 'Oraagt City'J neOo .._.....| u. lOp and' to wash it down. !much:poultry '.eal5_ J migbt They s"r
; : t/': sAndent riyi pushed there 'I'have;"; A ; All. trtias bet.eea'err' Dot epjfrom" ,to bnit:bm
'" accomplish, .always:been.con- beat paying crops out offseason' or City Junction Daily except snsad Sunday' At noontime we gtveour ducka.tit-: 'fifty >dredowlsaod '/
i c '- -,- byclimat jBxtTemeK r :;'::\. the aver. ftidered. 'a' ']hopeful :man.'(+ \5iitxxasr. Is nursery' 'BtOCk", between the trees to tie.grain bnt not much,-because'hard : torn_ them' 'kxwe to forage fortbeoMelvjBS

Y nges;\., n yjot' have/changed, until more>"to-me"than". money' gatheringandyet hay -coat-shedding while'trees ore BETWEEN1 ORANGE CITY JUNCTION hoM' grain is not good for ducks.-.It ;: by flndingtheir. feed,:inthe'bog1.yards '.
ft NEW SMYRNA.AU.trafc .
'sl ere aretthe ::factti1n 1c 'tJlla' sectionhertolereConsidered : practical! -affairs'' :are itij: .'*no coming; :.to bearing condition.( ., S -_.._ NORTH BOUND. gives them few weakness. and/)malie; coracrfbs and aroond+ .. ?

r f r the>err'.ctu; ot means. ignored.w* 'I hope; to'demonatraU 10th.: Protection from r sthe< grain Ticks and.straw-.piles. By'
'l- -"- ; : l winds and ST T10Ns.-' ,"- $Na Na 4 them break down, droop and::dfe. So .
1. > '--T.t. onnp belt.4.; ; .by; '_this;'letter. : ' storms."v:, Lv Ors ..city >s asP Jr J5P ours get only a- small allowance, 'but thus'neglecting,pourtiy-th- f fail to,

S : !tf P\ ten'T\!'yeais ago ten ;;tJ e.e"ln; ,th ie loiggoing,*statednld 'my ,,:lith.: Greatly, increased value pf L.-'Lake dea 1t7.,.11111CdoL..I: : Ia .' eSp they get Cheir' soft maahtwlce'a'ds:: T; makethe* bock pay;:aa' machSis it ;

.1 i'be; dl;,, It :industrious, 'cof mine/To goon expending,their,money '- N." Smyr> I ; property. : .
: .. betweea"Niw'&a ra* aDd C A little_ green :flood, potatoes.,and turnips *,.
Ii. make.profiabl, orange:proves almost sad'"strength': itrying tax make paying :.There'are all'.I will claim for H' at City Junction Dsfly except Saadar. 'is"added,:occasionally: ,.and some the care+ ) of 'tae .'poultijr y.- will:be'M.muCh ,

; 4. fJth fell,, ere".bas. not
= ; :pro !fable *orange 'grovenIde: : *inseeUon this :the new-conditions.: :They "n may; dorl support heae claims and what do .Tll. itnmsyip East Coot Ct7 of wet;, oE'Florida lena once,in a While.. farm aa') dIng, the-hogs; r/; Oath s.When'tMi .:.

i. in the past 'twelvi.jeais. : own:caee.and- : given.rmyown.:'experi; they""mean'to':'the grower? H amI for west. o. .,""A Wedaet- "t'' .. ' time conies the,>ponltyry hi'st7t' :- -
(have''had'.horticultntrl''traiaiaiidseaperienee: days aDd after arrival this free In'liying_ season the vegetable and
ng .once aim p IJbeeirnaeof; -, :betngJbutJP 'let; Safet from,cold. .shed such] J ma, ooaef.,1L..a. at illy Welt : mixtDre ; e* raHmtry wal"tegreeit 1:
meat isneces day
;,, ; covering..'"term lF" .;;t of that;:o! manYolbfts.nd' as' ; '::1un.Made' with steamers for Havtas.:Leave Ktf ary: once a enoog rbnportaince topreventimpoft.tkm f .
describedjgives a ,
except '
: a: op..sa.asuadsrd: time) on T e dtT.. to the docks in good'laying con
Y : .#,thtrtrfteant'.Or; enr/since 11 ::was shows:coDclusively'ihat It ,Is. closely for a,'few boars;in the middle:.ot''the d+n .sad Sanrdsys, arririaf .,'Ylan- next kffp by the hundred._tbooaaad ;, f:.
: 'the
.. old:: to :.profit it anl aldn -. monOat{. ia dms to connect w5h north bound dition. To fatten we increasequantitJ ..
enough by :
Tii : my; :'to.doYJ'aor' ,those ,D t'.enJaPni' day; ,t; "No ray\of sunlight strikes*tree train.. 'f ...- - ,, of" meal and mix It with dozens- from' IOftign ootaotrleodlp- . .smnoh .n.
.: f;;;; groves and,fruit are .often;cited'aai of loss:'In.closer'value so'much:as:that or ":fruit;,:"exceptT what little*' comes : _' -f-'_ ., .. ther'meai take more 'ofcountry the. ,,monk of-G'-: "
i' ;} 'thebeatod"tacit; : ]dn'd. ; Most';vg: D1; special protection ThCM'Tlaie Table above the tI MIlt>wkleh in warm Water., We ; wlU! : at hom Iisrnieea .-.
; more:complete;than throughthteldes, ,until the air has S n JSJ >"ff- star be espeeted: Uiarrivs asre'lo-bate'the feed trough so"hI8ui star, ;: ;-'Il<
;"groves are set in'about two acre lo b succeed and-doabtkr : ; : 4i
,many' but become:WaMi'.u' '} I IhardI.r"n bandoa elidde Voice.'r..
WIDE'-. ut' them., Itiis, is/&ssl. .rttt c
.: :,with:a',belt rf tall) hardwood and' pal ;there,are,and" > i at' that t2ie docks can only get theirheads 5 l Ji "" '
'haw'D4c1a'ag: a ISt It to*urp ;thete .S.! .so.u. 0 ::: .... -
; bntio'it .. ,
.metto::grdwtn, : | ping t the, &oaa.. AS FARIAS:SHE'KNEW; -
a I ell 8riIIDc gravel-in the bottom of a ;>
well and SfiS separatectrQugh _
t, underbrushed,'eroun between the effuse. :
:: to'afl'' of; smaH : ell wen co',
i or from !.B&7 '
: rupturing the structure oTfruit ,
Y' :::'them.- .One of these ,set eveti.irtoderite:tneinsf .4 ] / oe,sddms> -v and w ter the ducks hi lbatjbflt He-Darlin c.-wu' there ereria: love if> l;a 4 ,
eleven I y and,tree as erary one knouts; who ha ,:"P. BECKWITH. J.' D. HAHNER, day.-/Whenever' rains burs?, : :;0,_ "J. '. ',-
eiiTBry Jt. "
:years, ago,on =;No. :1..gray &mmjsi R tAdmlttinlgtteagriCTd;; OTBJ trail hoisf ; glven.any"'iacughVto ,JVthat\an: : oz.: ; :. .J( A.G.. ;P.;: ; _Sbe wen.not; .In;.ely'snperieAe_ ,tit
Z .. < the-ducks... gt: the full benefit. of'it+ ;"" ; t
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v'' .w. M. Featherly. C. G F'eatherly.j ioualy, only taking them off when she STATE OF FLORIDA. again there negotiating lor lands to PARKS FROM'VIRR NEW EMBALMING i >- "* t ,' .'t t
fed the children and immediately replacing operate upon this season. Mr Malaise FLUID. ,

j: ; TilE IIAII IHTROPOLIS them. I IIt \ made great success last season, and People around Mbrguntown. V \,,0;" '; ..

; v SMALL NEWSY ITEMS ABOUT declares that he like that section for PELBOKAPHIC NEWS .FROM ALL are claiming that, John Uamrk-k a"c' r I t .

n Published byr' is proposed to employ the electri- EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE.Clipping melon culture.. Th people will offer PARTS OF THE WORLD. mountaineer farmer of Harbour ClOUDlit 1 1 '
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'Phe deposition of metallic substances -- every inducement to get him to plant t;y, has discovered the lost: art ofEgyptian +t :
> Bay Bkcayne Publishing Co.MJa.mi )
in .the formation of the frames used of Florida Events from and as there is a large number who Short Stories of the World' Doings embalming, for which savants .

; '1 to mount sections of prismatic glass, I' our State Exchanges Carefully intend planting, the melon business have so long sought in vain, '
Co, Fla., Oot. 7, 1898. Told by the Telegraph' Hamrick
so 8AI to unite them to .form large Condensed for Our Busy will present a formidable shape at carefully gnarls the _
; Aluminum continues to extend its sheeta'(for windows. The sections are t Reader that place the coming season.it Condensed form. names of the ingredients which com- "-

province of conquest. The latest use mounted loosely> in frames of thin j I i* evident that the pineapple industry terse his wonderful fluid but he is ' '

e to which this metal of the future ha ribbon of wire, formed the "cathode," i I has aaKeii a urni. noiu upon STillKERB HOLD UP TRAIX. not averse to showing visitors a big s,
s M.Y.. Kaifoixl, of San iMateo, cut a Three hundred striking union .min two-gallon jar which he
been adapted is in the manufacture of and near them, acting as the "anode," I popular lavor, and the d-maua lor keep constantly
I from his farm last week ers from Pana, ill. held
ipuiupkin that up a special on band filled with a .
musical instruments. of metal of is in liquid
Mandolins guitars is a similar framework plants quite excess -oi the supply
weighed eighty-two' pound Baltimore & Ohio Southwestern train so that '
transparent the at .
banjos, violins and drums are which .the electro-deposited frame 1st I & yiuull pinery was Belt out Oy a man oa-
J.. 11. i itch, Madison has conveying fifty Ind. cal glance '
county, Washington, negro appears to be empty. He .
now being made with fittings of this to be formed. The metal is deposited ) m'ny on lake iioldeu last spring,
c : a. cornstalk from his field which he miners to Pana to take the placesof says that all the ingredients used in ;
light material. It is claimed that along the wires, between them and anti she plants were making u good
days is eleven feet long and six inches union miners. The negroes were manufacturing the embalming fluid
Lt; aluminum insure not only resistance tine glass, until a complete grid or ,J growtn. A. few nays ago a visit to the
ifi circumference. taken from the cars and compelled to are found
"t a to climatic influences but also an actual frame is formed which holds the I pinery ravemeii toe Tact that some -
1 -'M. J. Nicholson, of Quincy, has sold walk back to Tower Hill, where they The
superiority oftone. portions of glass firmly together in lWICTe u-i had pulled up uud taken
I his crop of tobacco divided between were locked in too depot. At a late this DJ'
. one piece. away the last one oi the plants, leav
Cuban and Sumatra aud consisting of lour the negroes were placed onboardan scattered .
ing uu empty slieU. A trail has been
Miss iHaycock, of Birmingham, England '< i > six acres to the A. L. Wilson Company eastbound train and taken bock 'to rick's .
has patented a dress pocket for It is a curious fact that red-haired for the round price of 30 centsa ,discovered, which will ptobuuiy lead Xenia at the expense of the miners' the eye '
ti the detection of the
women's The pocket has a people are far less apt to go bald than pound. union. -News of the capture of the peacock i
Union and Citizen.
.t' concealed place for a purse, which 'those with other colored hair. The About 20 acres are already.1 plantedto blacks having reached Sheriff Coburn' trailing wi

c bOne but the wearer can find. Miss average crop on the. head of a red- riOlu toes, eggplants and pepper irviii s. ijing-ieiary returned u> lilt Pana, he sent an armed posse of appearance

n Hayoock has received many offers for (haired person is only 29,200 hairs. Ordinary for an early crop and more will be put flyers from a business trip down the deputies, including negroes from pecimen

the patent of her previous invention dark hairs Jar finer, and over in*in the next few days. About 200 coast aa tar as Marco, in company Springside Camp, toward this town to fluid e

f, ,of a cycling skirt. The latter is made three dark hairs take up the apace of acres will be cropped'there this coming with J. M. Brady, 04 liar tow. Their Intercept the miners on their return. throat

k eo that it cannot flap about and looks one red one;; 105,000 are about the season from present. indications. 'object was the selction of a site fora A little m'

like the usual walking dress. The secret average. But fair haired people are Tropical Sun. game preserve of gigantic proporuous rXJUEST FIIIBS IX COLORADO. the

,R r is in the lining, _' still; better off; 140,000 to 160,000 are By another year there will probablybe lor Mew lurk capitalists and Reports ,from th: 'western,portion says the ;
"por UDen. The probabilities are good, of :Colorado continue tell!
t to of the
quite a common number. of hairs. on a fine crop of Avocado pears in the more 'Khan
*r t The progress in. the constructionand the scalp of a fair-haired man or wo vicinity of fit. Petersburg, and !there and there is haruiy any doubt ol the ravages of forest fires, which bid fair looks '

', working of ozone,generators.baa man. A curious calculation baa been are a large number of fine trees old matter developing into a certainty in to devastate the greater part of the natural. -

lately been such that ozone can now made to the effect -that the hairs on enough to bear. ;Mr. Stention gathered the near luture. Of course the thing forests of the State. the county

g be produced la' large quantities oon the ,head ,of a fair-haired person if about a bushel last week, and the will be of untold benefit to this country .\ special from Glenwood Springs, more bod'
tinuously, and ithe industrial and will be the means of leaving the center of the burning district .
applications they could be plaited together, would were sold ait 10 cents apiece. also two i
of ozone therefore be oi many thousands of dollars among the says: The fires in the mountains "near '
can car sustain a weight something like S. X. White killed a rattler near his Some of
rled i n now at a relatively low cost eighty tons. equaling that of 300 house last Saturday morning. The citizens besides giving permanent by have taken 'fresh life owing high has sitting

fr and:on a large . Impure water people. ;! snake has eleven rattles and a button employment to a goodly number. It winds. The sun has been nearly obscured quite at 1; .vi
can be rendered wholesome there is anyplace in the world suitablefor and the atmosphere is heavy
and drinkable t 1 .: and was about six feet long and oft his a picture minutes.'I
'=. by means of which : such an enterprise, this country lathe with smoke.
ozone, in the A distinguishing difference be- largest part was, aa nearly as Mr. recall in ;
'&fi.rerenea' of water, Lets as a very powerful tween the English add the American White could judge, about six inches place. No doubt other gentlemen The fire east of Glenwood Springs : :1

-4 ? b ide. girl U in the voice, and comparison in diameter.-Brooksville Register. will follow suit.-orlando Reporter. fortunately is in an unsettled portionof PEACE j I; '

1 does-not result favorably for she latter Both tobacco and cotton'are now John Taylor and Josh Hnckaby, the county and aside from the The : :

w; A census was( rtalken lately in Algeria : The low tone;; which &- rolling in and business is beginning to two citizens of Fort Meade, are dead Immense loss by the burning of tim-

;* > and it was found that the pare recommended and which areamong brighten up. Some sales of wrappers as a result of drinkiuy some poisoned I ber, no loss has occurred-up to the business ]i

g..1" 'youngest ""Arab married man waa 12 the most attractive charms of are reported, ranging in price from drink obtained in Bartaw last: Thurs present time. afternoon

;sr '., yean.'old: and that there were very. the,nineteenth century English, women 35 cents,: to 40 cents.
jt many; boys who were married at 13 are the exception not the rule with offer of 50 cents for a batch of selected and according to the evidence adduced. heard from has escaped the fire. French ;

t and 14, while, ome at.15 had sever.*! the American.The ''girl whose father's wrappers which was refused at the post mortem examination held I -' trance is .

cr ''1_ There..!. a youthful Algerian bank account:: is sufficiently Lake City Reporter. on Sunday over the remain of Huck POWDER EXPLOSION. oommisa

: i': widower .t IS and divorced huaband ,large to.send her-to 4 school of the'finishing" Captain James McKay steamer aby, they procured two aaif pints o? A special to the Journal from Wallace them with r '

'.'at the same age GirU are still more *ypexis expected to return "'Fanita sailed for Cuba last week with "Columbian spirits" although the betties Idaho, says: Seven boxes of f fence p I:
bore labels. An powder exploded in Tunnel No..4, at .
precocious, and are sometimes mrJuried amount analysis of The
., J ? with e certain of knowledgeand 00 head of beef cattle, loaded by
; when only 11 years old, though mental discipline, jto be sure, but tykes & Towles. The Fanita has the fluid obtained from the bottle Muliau. The night crew was overcome wholly. :
t winch found in the by the gas. Thirty men have y
;12 is themore.118ual There ebilitlei was po.Hcsfciou of described ] ,
age. are to her social and charms been chartered by these gentlemen to .
;;189 widows of 15 und 1,170 divorces not much more thought is given. Least of take ten cargoes of cattle to Cuba. : jkir. Taylor, made "by Dr. t'rauK Ji. now been gotten out. Many are unconscious ers.. Even ;.
'" .but it is believed that
r 'the same age. her Accomplishmenits, she must dance, She has been put in first class condition i Wilson of Bartow, disclosed the fact alt !were ;.
vf that it was wood al&litl"3nd will recover. !
--- have some music, perhaps sing; i I she for the business.-Tampa Tim s. pure and orders ;

; Y-,. Although gloves- were started on m nat'be!perfect mistress oft{herself at Frank Kincaid, a young man working contained no arsenic or mercury.- GEN. GORDON IN GEORGIA. sons, even i t.

1t'4 \theIr\ through the centuries by teas dinners and ref"P.t1ona. with at the shingle mill .had the back CourierInformant.A Gen. John B. Gordon conunander- allowed to i ,ic

\. t '(meu*1''has,fallen to the women to small talk ever ready. But to the accompaniment of hi* left hand near the knuckles severely shooting' scrape occurred last in-ohief of the United Confederate t

rf r 'bringjthetti}IMo.univereal popularity. of,:all she{ does, herspeaking cut by a rapidly revolving saw Saturday night about 11 o'clock at the Veterans is at his plantation near The ,

.Alter bringing About such a fashion, voice, how much, rather how Thursday morning. Dr. Payne gave turpentine camp of 'Messrs. Taylor & Reynolds, Ga. ed ninety . 1 :
": Itit-fabe.sirgposed..that women-have Crosby about six miles southwest of ; ;
.IIi : little; real Attention is recJhi1- ,wound, which is a painful one and The General was shown the Associated -
1,,,\: :leis they must.stand-by, it, for,.whateyerth5 adelphia Inquirer. i|\ liable to disable the ,patient for seveni rkilled town, in which Tom Moore shot and .Press" dispatch from Chicago, PEACE.JUBILEE. t" :: y t
.. ; cause, men have be- James Bing. There was "a w- ., l
j. In
never days the dressing. Suwannee which Miss Lucy Lee Hill claims toe t'reaident 'McKinley.has accepted an '
"; oome..addicted.to.ihe: glove habit af'ter.ithe Tobacco.in Sumatra Democrat.necessary man in the case" and all (parties: ar have had the title "Daughter of the invitation to attend the peace jubilee " . '. I,

iwm r.of.ivomea A.man is Mr.: ,Emile 'Mulder, .' fl j Starke. has Lakeland is expecting several regi- negroes. Moore is reputed a desperate Confederacy," conferred upon her by to ,be held in Philadelphia October 26 -. -, > '

:Jt: ',bound.be.cooniortable, and, when written.an: interesting pamphlet on theeultivationof ments of cavalry soon. The officers I character r and is, it is thought her Southern friends since the deathof and 27. The Cabinet has'also ,heed '

4 :gloves at: discomfort, ;he caste them .tobacco,in Sumatra,,and have been down and are having the "wanted" elsewhere for crimes com* Winnie Davis invited. :

i1 off8e{ ,- )ions"iight.the utiJttyvidea thesome ilea, been published'',by the camp ground put in readiness and it mitted. Sheriff 'Burns is after him The General was asked If the title General Mlles was invited to act as. '

,. differing from.,,the 'rib, sex United States.Department,,Agriculture. 'is reported that the tenth and other and he will be a sharp coon if he could be thus transferred,. and replied chief marshal '" i

J which"wa created, blind. to it. .i t regiments are the nuns escapes this time. Moore is about 25 with great earnestness: It is intended to have, about. twenty.... : ,

'' : '- .,- '-j& m e* ..* Qi "4bT ***mm At the close'.of (Mr. ulder's pamphlet negro ber coming.. We are among sorry for our years and old 6 feet, 2 inches high.black 'Emphatically no. Miss Winnie thousand troops present, and several;* '

_ ..1nt :NitionaJ Zoological, GardenWaahin' t. we And. the follrwing. paragraph Lakeland friends, but hope they will has a heavy mustache. When was the 'only daughter President. warships to take part in the celebra- ,. ,...;:.:,
'_at -n regular,bearer colonies : t. have no Itl"Ouble.-Ba Courier-In last seen he wore dark suit of clothes,, Davis born in the Confederate 'White lion if possible and Secretaries Al, {
.area:app*:entAblifched,j and"''they' build My experience in this j I country Las formant. broad brim hat and low cut shoes. House during the life of the Confederacy. .ger and Long promised to do the best t d-
dameeract.noses,and convinced that a very 3typ. He had a pistol shot wound in his letarm.NewsRegister. t As Jefferson Davis was the they could In that .
$4 ;,i ;carry on: the .me- gw _.The Ideal Fruit and Tobacco Company respect. .
:Ft-t ,processes,f.j.hea life as if- in their of,Sumatra 'tobacco is being *-,iccee3fully of Orlando, has just entered Into I only President of the Confederate Special invitations to. attend .have. ' ,,

'd' #, ;nifctive;woods..l This most Interesting relied in ome' of ;fhe counties a contract" to furnish seventyfivethousand The orange crop throughout Lake Government, no daughter of any other been gent;to General Shatter,.General'i -

jl. ,ftjumt4 bidifslr| .-to become extinct.In of Florida, If this contiuues Of..the Smooth county is very encouraging to the official could truthfully representthe Lee-1.General: ''Wheeler, General Stone, i.-
Cayenne 'Pineapplep1ants
1"' Europe.bu ;a few.hundredindipid- .me. good, quality'and tin[i well andoonadentiottsly to parties who'will plant them growers, and. they consider their investments Confederacy. For that reasonwould rf anal, other.officers'who have takena, ,

''", sas;:"remsln.and, It is a subject ,of :prepared: ,for the market on the island of.Jamica. This m'' snearly well placed, .even.if they not be appropriate to call even prominent part in the war with Spain

Ji \ eongtatu1Mion.that ,each success,has thereis certainly 8J large market quarter of a million planilSnOW. should_have to supply artificial pro in* daughter of Gen. Robert E. Lee .

_ r bees attaIas&witb. ,them in.,the,Ate iin 'the Onlted.etates'; Tor' a great under contract to. be furnished tection. from .-freezes every winter the 'Daughter of the Confederacy.* .CHINA'S EMPEROR,jASSASSINATED .

t S kin,"capkaC, .They are becoming s? dea) more than,is ai present. produced.UitwiU by Orlando for that island TheY.rguc' that pineapples can be : A special dispatch from Shanghai, ,
;' tame tbat'.th ;'wonderfully ingenious, .take the place of jibe imported Titusville Advocate.growers grown under shelter at a profit in WRECK IN INDIANA. says telegrams furnished '"1f ;work'a watched7toy the' visitors..The''announcement Sulna'tra the' raanufaitnrer will [ Orange county and vegetables undercanvas A bad wreck occurred on the Baltimore ! oil or local Governor, to a Chinese
_. : amount Gen. 'Barkley, Second Brigade e, in it will far better & Ohio Southwestern near Dflls- ,- 4'i a
Alachua -
i" -;_ . save an enormous in duty pay paper there, allege that the Emperor i
r alone,'-.nd''flll"probably he very willing Third 'Division at Jacksonville-,, has to grow an orange crop at the expense boro, Ind. Two freight trains collided of China oommJbted suicide on September '
: : thata young tobaccot i issued an,.order that commanders I of making fires in the because Engineer Righthouse disobeyed after ; ''.
n'w bmiiOf;2ik city1 h uifound'an' to' take. the : at a .>.xd grove 21; signing the decrees
? capatlea'forberaelf! J the: oc-r price a; -It"mruat'not 5e forgotten, however companies must oversee the cookingof from,three to six nights in the year. orders in not sidetracking at that placed the Dowager Empress at j
:" : prepays men's meals and he and insisted _
+ the directed Dillsboro,
t- : on pushing
x ."i.tioaot.mn.tw-ior: invaUdi' Is ;that"one'ot; the Values of :i grove never requires any more pro the head of, affairs in China. This K *:
r an
/ easilytredlble '' fate regimental commanders': to.:see :.. One,citizen of. 'Lake county ahead at another siding at CochransutRighthouse
the' Sumatra. tobacco; and1 the thing ;it is added, is understood to mean i'
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.i{' fr Experiment* In" hoapitals that this order was complied with that jumped, and was badly ,-
'bareibri' which contributes more than anything ;; figures. the crop in.the vicinity of that the Emperor was assassinated. a
; : q uenOf'made to show this been, done He Admits it; was aM his
J vklne Bad < throughout e will boxes this injured.
filegreat Leeabnrg 20,000 All the !
ese to;give-it placed reach & .secretaries '
music dlstiwetl'aogthiagaaldtIndfrbodfly '
f thaic. poBseases a upon !t"by,ithe'inanufacturera> is the corps weeks. ago half the "homesickness" year.. fault. Two brothers named Danieland and the-principal +,members of the. -
l.. pow w- 'texture he'leef poj .prevalent would not'barebeen About 8 o'clock Wednesday night, John Lee, brakeman, were killed Chinese. '
'difa fine of yhicTi can Foreign Office it: is further t '
"i jrayThe t..qll.eaUonla.the style b'attained certain Been 'the ..28th. fire discovered leaping B kema.n Harvey Bryan and"an unknown ' announced seized A
ode pnly upon .soils; was ;'Jwh'e.been and b n-
.(. ; :_ uat> io l d'idua1. coma other things The high pine ''lands free from the .coal sheds Philbrick's colored tramp were injured. :
3t r tJi taints eelaa h:.mnnstibexlekrmifl d' \worth ;.mention are Hiepniform sandy on ished ,
> color.W ch'l. brought out in from clay,Jn Florida( ore proving moatdesirable Wharf, in Key; West 'An alarm,was A later,dispatch from Shanghai sold t .
:: wayi byLaotueliexpAiimentfJ t. canhardly EXPLOSION IN ST. LOUIS.
; rinel t&tio&n4' the ; for ithe production, of the turned in and the fire department it.
l very greatpains was semi-officially announced there
:expected{ lb t>tini* *n be- \ An. explosion of powder in the.rear
P'$ taken'to assort it into grade* of ftner.gr Iles-oi. Cuban cigar tbaecal sponded promptly and did valiant service. that theEmperor olChina> committed jk
% w of the four-story building at lit
_ ; uniform;color experience has been gained.;this At the end ol two hours it
:aad'len"li1.o that a : ; ; was suicide-on September 21. -
itic8ilerr,York ,13ostt North Front street St. Louis
'en1Ag occu*
.1 -/S m mauufacturer,'may be assured.In buy- season, in the fI08 .ged :orange believed that the fire was out, and the A special dispatch from Shanghai ;
C. & W .McClaln
pied by ; fishing
:,r a, ? '13, h.t. i* t' ne has, to lng.'a'b. 1'that ecures'juat What groves};, about Interlachen .,and the tired\Ifiremen; ,were sent home. Shortly tackle and sporting goods, set the says the anouncement of the death "
"ate. :-look {or ibeC lsoat. 'ekrpment of the is marked_on it.: FSunflow growers'-think--they see a futin'e-for after midnight the ominous sound of the Emperor is confirmed. The
., ,. ,: store on fire and caused its destruction
_ -:. .:'automatic slot _hlill. At many = i the tobacco interest in,these,high.roll of,the fire .bell.was again heard and reports B to the means employedfin! .
and resulted in the death of
,: ; .., ,' (rOer. ,railway; .stirtiona.. ,. passenger. , 6r Oil '\J Jo tag sandy lands.that are entirely free the second time .the department re Pauline, Breader and the fatal injuring his taking off differ One.story fiaa it
4; ,'ior t 'ba !tatlo, .J Jp>Reaa go- 'The percentage.of dim n the Eussiansunflower from clay as tar.'down aa'the obac.co spouses 'By morning"all of the;:coal l A numberofother that,he died by poison :aad-another .. ,, .
,o .FlorenceHigby. "
'1nc to' the d regular !tiekefofce.an- d rangers: Iroin'.It: fo 28 percent roots penetrate. sheds freight houses, ice house, andupper ; were more or less hurt. that death; was caused by strangulation

i' etaadin ia!llue.dot'aareral 5 minute a :;On,the"average about IS per cent Thfrbright, dry weather of the past wharf.had.been destroyed, end The persons loss will probably amount) to whilea third,states that >he was ,

,'i' ''asago,, .' ..o an'automstIG box'or ma at oil can'be;eartr&cted'.by ecpreesing fortnight, though too late to,remedythe again.the.wearyflremen;believing the 1 00,000, partly covered by insurance subjected to frightful.torture, a red-.

_ 4 4ehitu. aad by:dropping'ju;,he. 'slot. 'a. cold after crushing- -seed. 'This I s to the'cotton crop by{;'excessive 'fire out, went home. Only one tall hot iron being thrust through his r,

V'' 1" o',r hIIj'ralent_ \tO,;ills.:.amotlpt.o li, t},.e the J highest quality"of oil an any_ad- ralirhaa..lieeaoitgreat benefit shed was lef t;tadQing.. on. the wharf. THOMAS BAYARD DEAD. bowels. r'- -

,i 'fuare: ePPY1 ::themselseu' with ,a r amount Khst might M, extractr to the"quality:of the staple. Planters By morning:that.was also In a blaze, Thomas F. Bayard died at. ,4:30
:if, \ cketfin"-"in tant.i Bows ";of' the ae' edtry3atea'ingfhe; ,pomace located'. .be .are very"busy,harvesting.nd'the i The fire originated from: xpontaneou o'clock Sept. 28th, at Karlstein, Mass. BIG FIRE IN COLORADO. '
",""a w \boars I- areerectedialaiasNthraU"1u laver/gi d.;',It v takes.usually v about t I grade 6f 'DCItt4 .w1U DC..good.,,The rop combustion. For about two weeks tb daugh- Colorado Springs had a visitation of of

i-vi ;conLyenlent' iocation ';The: name 'of four or five'pounds of.seed, ;-to :e'acreThe is put.off Jfulry 35 per centand, with coal,in these:sheds has :been on fir fire which threatened for four h una.to.

_ :ti i4 :,thejrtiatlon.", a.printed inlargeletterst' ] plan .are uaual1y'grown',two and low. p *,prevailing-- makes theo -cry but Active efforts have been made I to illness of six weeks. His death was dstroye entire bnsinesslilistriot -

I. &' -and 4 *L underneath"the.price'ofthe" ".tickJ "'** 0 -ha1f.Y ';part .each aj, whichwould TVs "
"? ?* "" -f **'.*s 5'i tv -* ,require--'about. Monticellopcor.; UDlo ',and Citleen. the fire' but it has Warren and Miss rate of :
: ;!t.,, .) ; ,. :11,000 plants jtb seems it daughters Mrs. forty-five miles an.hour from,
the acre .f1t,n aal4o.drop:the seed spread to every shed and in an parts Florence Bayard and his eon Thomas 'the southwest when the-,fire started '

I i'. 1"' tittle Sor.akewloohing j' n1e t at inter aW abont'one,foot\ ':rawsoi i,*AU nuraerystock i ec ived''or' ''hlp of the coal hence the job was a bard F.' Bayard, Jr., saw him draw hiss at.the, Denver & ,Rio Grande freight ;-.

".: ;O the way 'nier,,during;the x : 'tw >' and"one .If""1eet'a', part.:_and. ped in Maryland* .la,.now, fumigated 'one, The loss'*was $ ,Ooo. beside last breath and his third daughter, depot, at,the foot of Cuchares street, .. i

: .":cent'z ea of the General Federi-' then thin thtpianta; acoordin ;to slid whb hydrocysiticr acid.gas to get!fidotJ1e about $5,000 worth of goods stowed in the;Countess Lauenhawpt was on her and the flames spread with great ra- .5

_.-, r,'tIOA :t WomOh' b' a 'woman andwoiatrita .aa.1str.ri. n.th1aDtJ : San v Jose' scale.,, The Florida the freight. 'w, use. The:whari t way to ,..Dedhsm.The 'pldJty -''- l '

Y. .t" -.- ;8)) t looked tIkthe'tplae e other,In.;He rows.>It;;i ,.twnaied that i pt-the;:ilaryland*entomologjst, wlo less;than S.orJlO,thooaand doUa.rs'1toMY ; and the funeral services were to south' for two blocks wide. from : 7;

.'. ..it t'"lIi, +- e'.and.Iotsslten-ut,: ." ,. :tells- \wiz.;!r"r fifty. taishete o|. .>') .l, r"t.fUI"m. and'"refined,\:and- .bad;.tvi'o :the-"ttc'rc: ;and. ear.',-thie':yield f gaa treatment is of equal !worth ot coal that were and wil Wilmington but the conflagration is believed to L
: ;
_. ,;. ,bright l,''babic'wIth' er.:, Dreadfall J w old:bej about:;a t'gallon;,of :oil:to,v u effeclc gaJnst the.*"'cottony>.'cushionscaled betVdestroyed.iorrthefir. is, not yel .A, consultation of physicians was .be under control '

-t.i / t1zaDsbb;rdothing;talastvPA Aw la: bushel of eela r$:"". 'fest.in .

,: 'tee. brat- iia t txsi r babiei l ''to tak"cbfsbe'yetswore e the;cropis; .groirn'jotL or ttbe oop.Time -Unon} :land. -Citizen . ei_,er ? boa'mauy;:dollaraworthio i ''Mr.:'Bayard was suffering from -arteriochlorosia the.West,she lumber yards and *'"'

'. ,: glove.4oofea' We areinotJttfonned: tto. Cali; !::' t --'';; t' 7 ito -: ._ coal i*-ibeUig;:,1os .t The property :.Is and a general',breaking ,two block of business bouse. have:. I2' .

-; : ; :eneabnttglorK !' 'niarramlh"aa3at; ot ld'beglid, :'C:1i3fa: '.of lackvtll l Ji./: BaJd-tO be inanredforabotrt; .-10,000.. down, Incident to age. .He rpff,ores been,destroyed, The looa-ia estltnated "v,, s'' .*'-

?w..i1..n' barr,creed f bear._,,:from reader*-who' Aave ,trwd,'the who}'ffcn; ,such X large: acreage bt e1iWe4tl r "tuaeisUlti4n, .and Ci t no pain to any noticeable degree, one at,,$1,000,000. insured". for half; that,. .f

., 4, .t sad ahe Roreitheatteli'S { crap'se( ,fio;$.tel i'ret' -melons.:lit:Like.af j tasiaeasoun : < ,thechi. ; f tendency:,'was to!sleep. .r* :"..' '! J..-.. ..-.j ," i.
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FARM. GROVE HARDEN produce at; a low estimate, ten tons of gray mule busy chewing rs worth WITff THE' JOKERS. : f
II IIIaitdsome
-- sugarcane, worth at present deliveredat trying. T1'f FbhOT.}a_ Ntlrs r'i .;f :.; Lre"i

a local factory $1,611/4 per ton, or At Omaha the Iowa Agricultural "

r &Lrt.rrKKS AND AID THAT S 'ii.WiLL TILLERS.l ''i'LkEd'1 at the rate $36.12yg per acre. .College have on exhibition a bunch of Little Items by People and ;Papua i )18SJ9 Catalogue .: ':'. :-

"": I :Si,uilar laud will produce 200 bush- skim uiiik calves 2u mom a* oui, average Who Believe that to Laugh i*: to ; "Wkat to Plant and!.flow to Plant." r

els ,1 cassava: (six tons), worth $6 per weigut l,4u poirncls. With! wholesulk be Happy Clipped With and

I Correspondence oi Experienced Jaeu '', Ion, or $30 per :;acre. In r'loritin! ii at the same age I Without Credit. : Tells alt about thelx i Immense flock. of "'. ,

,: and Interesting ExtrucU; From'i This cane: will produce 1.00 poundsof i they weigh 14U they do not do so bad-i Fruit Trees for: Florida PhaminfciDescribing ;,
u Our Agricultural :Exchanges: Concerning -' : M : _
sugar, wortni at present -14 cents b. :1

-: Our farm Crops. per pound or $.2.25 per acre. The They will also 'have two short horn CAHELESS. .r over 100.varieties of. choice Fruits and Flowers; and fh Lug fall Instruct:.,1 for Y\ l'

Cane and Cassava. cassava will produce 20 per cent of its cows with a butter record of over 300 : "I wonder how tnat item ever gotpast SttHi planting*"and a veritablenAlbbuum of Over Soothe!! W Handsome Fruits and Phab It ra'!.bie This uw..UaU0a8 Handsome 114 fctal Ytaw.." :- 1-t ..

starch worth the press censor 1" said the Spanish call Bent free upon applJcatioa. Send for a COpJ'- will IntenlJtrouJt"7VQ ioove l ?4 rof -
in pounds are a
' While urging nothing against tile weight ; 2,400 pounds. per year each. official. fine Vnute and Piowea. '. ",'f',

tropical fruit and winter vegetablebusiness J vents per pound or $72 per acre. Year by year more hay is being Web ?" | OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK. :.
The price to the farmer is based on made in this vicinity. My scythe has one i .. f-
ui 1 loridu, properlyconducted ..
, one-half the wholesale value of the been away from home for about two i' '"The society. note to the effect that. & vailetles on either "-' "- '
by men bkilled in Uiis nig'n ORANGESCltras$ TritoUsta, Sweet a Boer '
intensive class ui product in cash *>r "in kind," oui--half; months and as 1 pass the neighbors, the queen regent expects to travel ., : .
grade, agriculture, "
M .
the product being allowed the manufacturer 1 see where it has been used. tor her health. Washington Star. .- '
it must be acknowledged that to succeed Satsuma Orange Citrus frifoliata Stocks r'
? for his risk on capital invested I am glad to see the Agriculturist is a Specialty ::
a 4 : in producing profitable: crops ul .
skill and business management. opposed to 'the annexation of all the tAU the beat, tried and tested '; !
: oranges, pineapples winter vegetables, .lilay> -1 said to Jack last iPEACHES over loo, OO peach trees J PEAGllES( .
One active industrious mat can cultivate West Indies. It is something i ?? I <
eft;., requires uuusual. skill, knowledge certainly a very night which he declared made him the f ; < :. .
ten acres in cane and also tenures vital for Florida farmers.l .
and close attention to details. similar! : subject i Plums, Pears Persimmons)) Fig, Mulberries, Grapes_ : ,

? to the .market gardening "under ; in cassava, with ample i hue to notice the battle, fence or no fence happiest.meJ.a-.So man in the world. I and other fruits and flowers adapted to Florida Planting proportion.Over . ..f ;.'j.: _

uttend to other farm crops--v.Irn potatoes still goes on. It seems to me we oughtto YOU refused him Alter ','"

o glasti": near large! ones: requiring iu | cattle and alL--A'. Y. World. \I\t 100 Varieties.of Choice Field Grown Rose : : :f5-
hogs. be able We .
addition to tai skill and industry in to agree on something. .
These twenty acres ar-i > t h Iiicash are so bound together that what U I RBMBMBBR ...
+ growing ervps and prepariug them lormarket up : that WB PAT THB PBEldHT and that eJaaTedome"rortJle pat '
w cunsiderauie and at a home market $721.12'/J;, to for the interest of one is for the inter IT DOES. !rwo Yean and also that; we wets Pioneers ta selling high grade Nursery tock at low prkesi, ii
a capital a
the farmer-simple farm r- "Kissingthe sment young man I Ihe 1
est of
business tact" in not crops all for my neighbor cannot i FOMOIfA tWTrt fii'Kisir.B
marketing possessed l '
aakl,-"is dangerous because it ends : : -
quiring no special care or culture prosper and not benefit me. in the -.
by the average man. i'roi is
In .
when and with no risk in marketing nor danger first place 1 would oppose a general no matrimony. Gritting Bros. Co. Props Macctenny, Flori 44.. w ,.. U
_,, are large crop season mar- -,,
4 "Yes the
married fain
of fence law would local man was to j \
ket condition are all favorable. The glut. but favor a op-
with answer, "it ends."--Cincinnati:: Enquirer. :,
failure of either lactor result in disaster A properly equipped factory tion by counties. Then 1 am perfectly "

all 'latest improved apparatus can af- willing to fence against cattle, but it ;-, Jv
Excepting in the extreme south CAMDY ,. ,,,.a
f (below the 20th parallel), winter; vegetables lord"to pay one-half its product (or its Ui the razorback that. tries my pa SOT ALTOGEmBK! CREDULOUS. '

and tropical fruit growing value In cash) to the farmer for the tience. 1 don't like to punish an animal "Sampson has taken ''Havana," she r CATHARTICCURECONSTIPATION r

without artificial protection Arum cold cane: or cassava, and still make a large severely but just as sure as a gates remarked. '

blanka profit on the investment.A left open a tree falls on the fenceor "How do know?"
; is much like a lottery with more you he gently ask
factory to handle 100 tons of cane board the
loose razorback
a gets ed. .
than prizes. 1 have closely watchedthe : a"Darting" 1
while or '2,000 oushels of cassava per day Ia there: to take advantage of it, and he
business for years; there exclaimed, thus en-

have been a few briliaut successes (as can be ere te'l for 60000. In additionto you can only make him.understand he couraged, "you are the first girl 1\\ever ff
cane sugar and starch such a factory is wanted the .'y
not by letting dog pull
in all branches of industry' ), the number really iovedl""I I I tuft'L

of failures has been great. would be able! to convert the his ears nearly oft or by whipping him don't believe it," he replied, ?

' starch;; into glucose or grape sugar, severely or some similar punishment.
r Except in the extreme south 1 do greatly to his chagrin.-New fork 4 4.z.
the evaporators vacuum pans centrif.ugaU Have the choice native AttP'RICE
not recall an instance of anything like i you got plum T uth. j\ 2Sc SOe -
continued success without artificial for making cane sugar being trees marked so in December you can '

9 protection from late frost On the identically the same as used in making transplant them? It pays. We have A CHECK STORY. \

other hand, 1 know few farmers-not glucose or grape !sugar. Such a had plums for three mugthisomeline There was a good check story in!! the ..

factory would handle 500 acres! of cane ones Westminster Budget It is of a
Y_ truckers or fruit growers-who area / LIST OF FERTILIZING MATER/ALii '
; _., not independent and "comfortably and an equal acreage of cassava, fur- Have you .a nice lot j of eattley i Presbyterian minister !who had, to his .

nishing a marketto fifty farmers, guavas? If not get them ;fixed; farmers who grew ca.ne. corn, :.,;
each cultivating twenty acres of land ter. I an unwonted check from a charitable rule the f- iicr trucker and fruit '" '
's rice cotton peanuts, tobacco and potatoes 'F a grower has u> pay. two
and distribute $30,000 annum in its ale donor. "This check is to order and : F
,.and raise cattle bogs poultry per. how many cows you going to commissions. A commission everything he buys.anda _

r and other staple crops, for which they locality. keep .and feed this winter? Now t Is must be indorsed," explained the pay- commission on-everything he.; : sells. What we desire t= d \jj;. .. d'-? '- '

Based on figures assumed in this letter the time to begin to think which ones ing cashier at the Highland bank. to him the commission all fertilizer -. f .t
41, find a ready local market., Such larui save ;; on the he"use*Oy.iell-: .
the factory expense account they will be. "Eh -Indorsed across, the back."
era frequently have an orange groveor ing direct and thus 'avoiding the'expense of a travelling' '
Should read thus: Some "Oh, ayl"! And.with the and all ..... "
. expressed surprise at the lavish pen '
commission of If
a few acres in vegeta.b1e.fel'tilizedby and the an agent. you are interested ill,saving
their Stock adjunct Dr; use of bedding under his cowsbya his soul the minister wrote: "1 commissions orders- it :s' 1
own -simply as an these give us your for bonly' by. happing 2
to the farm, but by no means'the Interest on investment 6 percent man that was very successful with heartily indorse this check." larg quantities of goods that small margins can be.maintai-.rd., We! .

f, .... .. . .... ... .. .. .$ 3,690Wear cattle. He said if \the had to make'achoice f ;: r; .
main issue. A combination of such i were, the first to take the initiative steps to reduce-the cost oi fertilizes! t ;
and tear depreciation 10 : between short rations or cant There is more Catarrh in this section .
farmers themselves with the and therefore shotikL have their "
among or to the .r- ,
percent. . ..... .;... ...... 6XX( bedding for his cows he would take of the country than all,other dis- I, growers support.
capitalist with large sums, earning If you wish a special formula mixed we will do st for yott.charging

small dividends, formutual benefit and Cost to manufacture 855,000 the t&ort rations. Then did you eve; eases put together and until' tie last the actual cost of materials, used, and;:.$t per. tt)n foe mixing. 4.
pounds sugar at lei' per pound 8.MX realize how much fertilizer can few years was supposed tube incura. '
would make of Florida the you for
profit, soon The following are our prices the next.3o days: '' . =ts,
leading agricultural, manufacturing Cost. to manufacture 1,200,000 make in the six winter months by ble. For a great many years doctors Sulphate Ammonia 24 to a per cent am mania....; ...... ... ........_..........F6i.M

and stock raising State of the South pounds starch at %c per p'nd 6.00C good care of your cows? I confess it pronounced it a local disease, and Nitrate Soda. 17 to >JO percent jnmonl. ... .. .... .. .. .. ...... "I, ..? ...... OM 4*;

r. is just beginning 'to get into my dull prescribed local remedies and by con I Dried Blood..U to IS pw" cent. ammonia,......... .,..... ........ ............r...*.... MT
i if not of -the Union.Her climate and
Total.... ...... . .. . ... ..$24,100Gr. brain that H' is one reason for our stoutly failing .to cure with localtrea.tment 'I Blood and Bone.7 to f per cL ammonia and IS to U per'et. phosphoric acId...... A.N ;'
soil make Florida peculiarly a sugar: Bone fine ground, S to 4 per cent ammonia, sa per ceo pfaovpborla add.. &M. .

and tarcl1produclng.region.. We have want of success. pronounced it incurable.. Bright Cotton Seed Meal. 7 to t per eeat'ammoma: ...... ....... ......... ......#. it- -

= two crops, strictly farm crops, notsubjtc1 850,000 pounds sugar ,at /sc.$36,125 Science has proven catarrh to bo a Dark Cotton Seed Meat VA.to T per eeatjammoni; ,... ....'...\L... ...... ....... IU. ,...,. s.*
1,200,000 pounds starch at 3C. .. 36,000 constitutional disease, and.t ref./rc Potash Higtf Grade. 84 to 85 per cent s$| .hate potash SO to U per cut actual ittIt
a- ; to disease, never known to A btaple Product.The
; i constitutional treatment. Potash Low Grade 41 to 6) per eeat sulphatePotaab, JT to SS'per meat aetnkL. JtOt'
r make a complete failure as do: cotton sweet potato is the chief home requires Potash Muriate. 80 to 85 per cent muriate of potash 51 to II- per .cent actual.. 4tO .': f '" -

ti wheat, oats rice tobacco, etc. Gross value factory output. ....$72,125 crop of Florida.! Unfortunately our Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Potasb Xa1nIt. ti to M per oen.&. aulnhate potash. 12:to 12 per cent.. actual......tLH..; .

occasionally. These crops are sugarcane Deduct fanners' half in cash or people have been unable to estabbanlotthe. I'F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio id Hardwood As&es. I to 8 per cent actual potash.........,.. .. .... \-..... ......4f3t1i ;.

and either of'W'hlchJa I "kind".... .,.. ... ... .. ...,_._._.._36,000 a titubirmt. ke, W-' I 'the only constitutional cure ou theTKet Acid Phoe b&te. U to IS per eent available' phoaphorlo add.... .. .... .......... lisp' a.'
it $
cassava, -- &* i
.-- --, yii K Is taken inrternat Sa d.mi >loU d Bone Blac. IS to IS per cent available phosphoric addiDiut. ... ........ .. lj ti ;
C'. ear y culti cited, and i hi practically With very little exertion a tfumcient "
Groaa profits... ...... .... .. .$36,125 from 10 to ThU duatk sold by I&JDP1e'&Ddla guaranteed to be inUeaehedarid r .
eta drops a teaspoonful-
'certain to produce an average crop in quantity may be grown to supply the ; to eoatalr,aU', Its fertilising and.Insecticide properties.... ..4'... ...._.... aM

spite of weather conditions-spring' Less expenses..... .. i .. ...... 24,100 demands of the family, but any surplus acts directly on the blood and mucous Land Plaster..... e... ,...... ..-...." .....\. .......?.....410.113cs ; ,

drouth flood late frost '. surfaces' :; of the system. They nffer-j Co Salt either coarse or flnem toe pouTia BakXL.85_cents or by the ton........... '0..II, i --
summer or ; I i I that may be harvested mnat beused" >
ft. fist profits-- JI2.W one hundred dollars for any case it i' Copperaa put up In any alas package Vn cents per ggSMtw by the to>t. ..... >. _" --,a
a Boththese> cropscan be sold locally as a ,stock food or old. \in the !
'for fair Or 20 per cent divided on ingested \ fails to cure. Send for circular and i Blood and Bone, Bene, Acid Phosphate, Dissolved 'Bode, ul- J11
prices or -"made up one limited local market The price obtained -
y 'shares" capital; after allowing\ percent for estimonials. Address ph tet Ammonia and ,Kainit are put tpin coo pound sacks. Cotton"' i. t"t- .,
generallone'h&lf: in the local markets is '
; entirely
The. is : marketablecommodityeugar Interest and depreciation. Fifty farm- F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo O. : Seed Meal and Lara Plaster, too pound sacks. Potash all kinds .; 1} s.--'
product .staple, but the demand ia solfnited
-or at&rch-Mi all ins, each cultivating twenty acres will satisfactory that, there is no Sold by 'Druggists, 75c. : : except .Kainit, 224 pounds.' Nitrate Soda is. in unueri racks from' 'i J .

r times in demand not*liable,to suddenehau8'M'JD supply such a factory.' :for a large production.encouragement ,. Hall's Family Pills are the beet. i .1200 to"300- pounds. Hard Wood hesJ.e1S'of 250 pounds: 'Tobacco :- t't ';:.-

'I have made these Dust in acid pound bags and of to .,
in purposely figureslow ; 100 125 cases 350;, 450'pounds. \. :
r. price; staple as We have before discussed the matterof .,..",'
as to'yield and nigh as to cost of .
ootton, convoata or wheat, and much producing the sweet potato for sale ,_ ::":r-
5; Ar management. Florida] farmers will You find the man who Is interact*!,ia.. '- : .. ,
more profitable.Ordinary to starch factories in sections Where E O. PAINTER &, CO. '
-"- bear me out that double the quantityof the: welfare of Florida sad yon will Gad : "I'.
l Florida soil that will prop they: are located. This, however, is e 'she; one who Is In no null way fully JacksonvilleNAVBRAOEHDSBANDI. J'1a. .
both can be expected acre a : .
dues twenty bushels of corn.$10.00), or crops per matter. of experiment, as the price offered alive to the interests of its metropolis .. "'-' .

i s } 150 pounds of cotton. ($13.50) per acre on fair land well handled'while I have by the factories: is, so low that heclb' of, : 2 i.

k .-t' (average !Florida prices in 1896)), will known our beet 'heavy :hammock and at first thought it seems impossible .' i e'4ef
muck land to produce'thfee times the :\ : ore
qu .ntityof either crop on'large Areas. that the potato could: be grown: e.t aprofit. JACKSONVILLE Mr Willis :My husband ii'avery'I Jhe. $tat e. C e. i' ,

.,. It is not at all unlikely that reader. \ "
VYQMANSa. The factory on above'figures is cal- rapid t fate QtyL -
,! : the'grower may And a profit in sweet .Mrs. 'Waze-Just like mine. He \ ,
culated 4o.: runtint-100 days it could- I
; potatoes even at $6 per ton, the price It will not OCcur.to fatal that he is net .. reads: the [Offers Superior Advantages for Acgttir'QOODgDUCATZOai _; i m-
es well ran 200 days if material is supplied Interacted although his home his family paper through so r : -
n'J.y offered by the starch makers; M \inga; . _!< .
? : ihat
'X., in sufficient( quantity-doubling and kindred;may: be In he isn't able to tell,me a pld1'j "
;. there 'la nothingmore easily grown | "'j,
the output and profits: {tt when he get through.- --L.
3 tl a.n'the, sweet potato-the 'greatest the'lines of Modern 'andk. ', '
,. These conditions, the central factory TAMPA.i Enquirer. \Along Thought.
:I w single items-of'expense- beingin the II I I Activity. a ,
!Y tern," apply to all parts of the i II -
An old'' planting of the slips or vines'! and in I I E j Engineers Physicians ..t:
apt State. \ 'hUe the most southerly partsof ; Bookkeepera -. ,
not only a winter resort of great prominence .
adage"de- h&.nesUng'the' tubers. The item. of ,
elar4e that?; -1R.om the ( tate will permit longer growing cultivation is a small one. but one of the busiest and moil' -;( Agriculturists, h'r '
5 ,. '
&n'a': seasons and mores-mature crops, progressive in tb* entire SouthAND' .
Best Coosa IIMfa
track is DeY'erf with proportionate greater yields, In 1 the vicinity of DeLand this' season .,trap eoM 6rdYagihas.r r Chemists x -

lone. -This L there are..few localities in the State, there are several large potato : SUcCESSFUL KEN AND' vroyaai.. .; ** $&
true of ttte'+ .
" particularly' on rivers aald railroads, fields, end the growers are keeping an <"
housewife!r". i accurate la all Departments of Indna \have r
account of the ot ,
Bunifolddn-;;. where such ,a factory w U not pay expenses V k 3i.v .
and i the in order to determine if it like Its U sister, the -been Educated here. V. >.
a tiel ,Urge dividends and distribute large crop watnermoMt city YOU WANTA VINE t.! -
4 l T -i,. ret sums 'fOOng.trh resident farmers. is possible to produce the tubers a.t'llt of,our fraternal Union, the unique and Fall Term Begins Oct.4. Send for new -
-Nothing equals the James 'Grape tint the -
t tLesj' beautiful city of
thousandswho > If,.i1. percent +of the coat of our per ton. The result of these'.expert- ; South*'a'late gnomer'Variety. Prices reduced. Illustrated Catalogue to '

work alldayinfactorr i' I fuurist'hotela-:estimated at $10,000,000 meats are awaited with considerable .deKripTiTe price U>t of the"James*? W. F. VOCXOT, Prectdeat, 1 r

r n." : .. '-were Invested In sugar and' starch interest. Florida is sadly in need of KEY WEST also "The.CambeI1 Barlj." WaDing Vine take City,Florida:, &
its and stores J 'I' staple that will mature >ftove a tpeclalty.K. :...... .
ndiialf.taenight factories and fields. the net income cl"Op&--eropa 1 H.;Hayward ft Co..D Laod, Fla. -- --

> iny 'would.be greater than.that of the ho- and can be harvested in a few months -- .

: "rand" '. .' .1, tels, while he increased.,traffic..would from tie planting; Tobacco of course, is dose TJulf'to,'the and warm.each, thereby waters of connected the famous aocola ROLLINS,,COLLEGE)

7 mening4'Unit be far"more'.valuable:: than I the, tourist is one ol'tbeseibut; thus Tar the small for transportation: yet both are linked to ! !; ; x SiG.

own .? .-_ traveJto ( of grower has met with eo many'difficnl' the world by,the boot ::!
>< ,* "*.t.kthetoreewi g for others topatcb.out.:, say nothing; jttie permanent iI. =, o t STANDS FOR i.t
ties In the matter of
e meagre,income. ..Women -who are too increase of the State's wealth'inher properly curinghis .
r leaf and a&me.otJ.at there S' :! .- e.tiW a ,, e poet : 'moJtQUGIf.-EDUCA. fi
> much E.'Ilosein'Times-Union selling s
fcet -
on their ;.or who are unable 1&31 : farms.-R. . # RAILWAY J ei -
Rand the strain of ofcroik'and wornr j I 'i Citizen. '; much discouragement. J !!-I J opsoo PJtACTlCAL.EDUCATlON.- r
3 i) axe peculiarly 'susceptible'to the weak' .i. i 1 ::I 0 1"'DEPAATMENTS\ : $,EDUCATION. lr.._ ; 4e;
Bttsea and irregularities that are the bane i I in the country and*we leave you to coess ::2!" ot K ai c-: ry

?/ 'womankind.: The symptoms of such' Farm. :'I'urows' Turned by a 4'J'lt.t- : i i FRONT STOOP ,PFSSIFLAGE.Tbe'8a j Its name'.only i remarking that you can .-. tIS'ft':. k h ; : _

t.. 'derangements insufficient or exceswvmenttraation : : Woods Cracker.."i\ age Bachelor Nearly every see more .from;Its oar'windows. than by Do.. :: ereNf1 Prepircfars ConnwrdavMarie. _

U *. ; headache/ backache, neutalgis Front tbe P'lortda"itgrteulturlsLA ..boy wishes he', could own a candy any other. way.if you 'cannot nod Its ( s : r.l MhM/T.aEdacatefor Aft Normd. -
.. ', ?Jencorrhcea,displacements and extmner -. name here look. on -,-our railway tickets.
( soaking n'"would.help'out store. The Sweet'Yoling'Thing- !;
: good
: nervousness amounting marry a ZyerJ emphasis laId upoq the lastnuWtlonglTen. c
esses to hysteria.. The use of morphine is late rice and sweet>potatoes. flo when he is little older,"he gets The professors and Inetraeton : i

t dangerous examinations by male phT'tldant Have-yon ever; trieK oor i, :at this a iweetheertilndlanapolis! Journal : UaTHE sue are experts In.who the have tlghe'bald eolleges eorrapoBdugpoBlUoas Ia the !

) are painful and'turpleasant.jBradnekVs time of onground- well fertlllzed I BEST ROUTE. land. : :- w-y
:Feml, IUgtil lor, the year I Beautiful Location.Healthful Surround-
_.; :standard remedr for a gaarter,of a centurr .?, 'Adonis'ExttA.Earl it gave me I NO BEAINS AT'tALL. a ShuatiM! Ingm Modern Method,':KxcUent: LlbruJ"Ii! '; '!
W Fine OTOTmlninrWtlI-rumUhed Rooms, r
t. ,will speedily and permanently" tor. rn the spring.roasting-can',m:1'Jaya ''BeIle'ls disgusted with that young C w. cdiwmte yea and tIleD Meare a Good-Board.! I'Termeleasonable. -, ,

7 _rect! the worst disorders of women; 'Bradfield's from planting, -and -plaatedjthe-;; : man at the seashore "What about For particular, schedule. rmtes. etc. toad position for you;boldet; PTlaronnnraM < tltudf'fttlal1ft11' ?..
fore. B kkee.ucfMassey's roomto hrmaeU vllhoa .
y -Regulator is sold by droggUts.alone : write to G. D.,Ackerty General Passenger -: T a ebatyv.G10W1 r
him there ftIuUI4. '" arasky.
half of October ,lt.ought to y'give a ? "She says is ;
.,dollar a bottle.Interesting and TslnMe : hey crazy; K. WILD, rr a. "
Agent, JacksonvUI .,..
# t -books;.for women mailed free, onapplication. nice kit' of feed before') fr6st,\.> r.cos. : ere""fifteenpretty,girls there, and .he ; JotfnrtberInformation.'and Catalogue .

Since the corn"cropvls'r: 'so Whorl;"an y; : goes and-raving:about the lovely ONOaea'.MS7 eoLLFO3f,. apply toWHLAM. IL10T,Arat. <

< r'tJII WuifTtLB mUUTOR. ce.. AUiata S*:._.thing:1hat., .:, : .'Promises''.t4. k.' e"P., the- :_old' .!.-auneets"-Chkagti'Dispatdh.-.,, NN.; U... '1-18.. > fear? fiend at.once COLUMBI18OA.for talogs.5., rnrnJd'UKo;
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'' THE HOUSEHOLD, !washing Is necessary to keep*'them are washed the same way. In the A Stand-up tight., 1 asked yon to come In," the.lady<5 "

} i clean, and this is not a dimcult task rinse water sfre has a little bluing. "becanne my brother mints to A, .:

I when one has a good washing machine You moat exercise great care in the ** ,.
Come his .
FOR OUR HOUSEKEEPERS AND OUR you. way, , "i-.. "
L.&JT READERS. and wringer. Put one or two quilt placing of the handkerchiefs on the 8eeme to me, an able-bodied fel-: 'Albert followed her Into an ex-:;>\, :'< ?
(owing -to the size) in the machine, mirror, marble slab : .
windowpane or ; low like you could find something to dining-room wlierft/'iaf: :ilie-, -. + "
- '; Hatters Pertaining to the Home heat enough soft water to cover them make it as smooth and free from wrinkles ' do if be tried hard enough of a small bat elegantly -;:"

fc Blips and Bints for the Parlor Housewife almost[ boiling hot, and add enough as it can be lain tbeedgea perfect (Albert Duryea, a youth of eighteen ( sat 'he< merchant whohad' .
Prom Kitehsn to
pearline to make a good anda. When ly straight: leave them until dry, ( '"
Xa Plresids. very with a frank handsome face, and a him five dollars in the hula.-. s
? it; is dissolved, pour the water on the then remove, and fold away in lavender sturdy well-knit frame looked somewhat . .

Dressing Little Girls. quilts and wash 'them. One suds isusually and violet. The pearline !is a wonderful grave and discouraged\ these : boy's face-was, 'onfire.again.., j< :: ,.

:a ..More attention is given the cut and enough to remove the dirt, restorer-of yellow lace and all word fell from the lips of the rich thought I recognized yon," the, :>1

at of children's clothes in these days but if necessary to use two, let the such to a pearly white-not 'a glaring merchant to whom he had applied for:. remarked, with a smile .. 7" 5 -
water out of the machine and put In1e white, but a soft look. It is much bet- : ,
than the a position.
was formerly case. The hare been:putting in .
second water, which should be ter than soap, or other things we have what eojrou my *,
themselves seem to be growing //4Tbat'a everybody says sir, ?" ,. .l' "
prepared'like the first. Set the h. tried. I never dreamed cif' it ,
more and more particular bout their using the boy replied. "And that's what I didnH.Tcnow It was ," Albert' ; .
; personal'appearance. American cbJlvdren lag machine out of doors so the dirty with such delicate fabrics. Had used thought myself when. I started out.I yours :

i' are said to be the best-dressed water can be drawn out easily. Blnse it with heavy table linens and all such} : have good references" he added .

,in the world; perhaps not always clad them in two or three waters passing but for dainty laces I would have held with a brave struggle against disappointment ! suppose not, said the -mer hant. oJ.. 'y
them through the wringer each time. back. But when I laces you to sit down here, beside
saw and
i in the finest and most extravagant cambric "and I will do anything '
Put a little bluing in the last water aa beautifully launderer / I and have some dinner.- Yo/i have '
materials but always with the great- to earn a money to keep my '
est Hang them on strong line foldingone mademoiselle's and cost so little I mother with. She Isn't very strong It, goodness knows! so'please 4
edge over just enough to hold it, felt 'the young girls should know of sir." j refuse. And, Albert, I wish.'to r
until their ,
Girls reach teens
they and putting a clothe pin on such an economical I also that the boy, who preferred t
wear their frocks just long enough to every way. Albert Duryea had spent nearly a I }
teD or twelve inches. E. J. C. Kent ft dollar'by'shovel' Ing coal to- .
klenne. month in the endeavor to find
reach half between the knee and work
way i five that he didn't earn, I* just ,
ankle; but when once the teens are and at this point it was about all the. : .
What Will be Worn. young fellow I Deed and I cannot
reached, the dress assumes a length to Graceful and Gracious. poor fellow could do to keep from ueia-
not to make a place for X
Those who are anxious to know
the ankles and the importance of the breaking down ignominiously. a
the latest style in dress goods, etc., Of all the accomplishment known You can come to work tomorrow ., .
young miss is fixed. Long before this He bad always supposed that if it "
at o'clock. "
will find the following article a girlhood graciousness eight
( by
a t age is reached the shirt-waist fever, one was necessary for a son to eupport his '
and wide- writer in Prairie (Farmer helpful: most to be desired. It is a virtue bestowed afraid you'll think sir that I
which ill so contagious mother everybody would be interested
'' The colors that will prevail during e.xCIWlively7upou the unselfish.No much gift: of language. Al- '
spreading attacks the young girl in helping him. "'
the early fall are blues and browns. at the time responded when he could 1 com -
yt one can Mme be
;s and in spite of the many protests gracious The mothers who suffered povertyand
Not the old tan.colorings or tbe dark and possess a mind bent on self', his voice; "and the fact Is, Pm -
against it, she often has her way, and hunger either hadn't any sons or '
blues eo much worn throughout the and endowments ao astonished and overjoyed to know
pleasure ,
this which is becoming says an
,dons garment never their eons were not willing to work '
prfpg and summer bat the rich, exchange. The gracious girl makes to say.1
to a'llttle'girL for' them. But he had not walked the -
To the mother who is distracted be- glowing, golden browns and the beau- herself a source of sunjhhi. in ththOl1sehokJ streets for four weeks without findingout mind about saying any- j

: causeLtba.dresslband will slip below ifnl stone blue /u 'the social gathering, and his mfetake. ," said the gentleman. "Bit down -
These are colors that lend themselves in whatever she hi hare come dinner. That' the. '
the belt of the.ahirt-waisted girl, in "Y ur mother a widow, then?" ? v3
+ to the moat charming effects lad without the least practical thing to be done "
his appearanceof now. ;
spite of her.efforts to keep it in lace The merchant glanced up from his
Ih trimming. The brown combining sacrifice or condeacen&o.i. had had nothing to eat since 1 5
a;; word of help may be acceptable bills and surveyed his companion
beautifully with the various shades of and his recent exercise had '
r ,Lake two buttonholes in the dress- There were once two daughters of again from head to foot. At last andAlbert's
yellow and purple and brown set off hkn frightfully but be
he/same household whoso characters ; ;
band each one measuring two Inches heart gave a quick, joyful '
white makes the loveliest combination loyal to the last.
1k from the middle.of the back on opposite , by hi contrast perfectly illustrated the leap-somebody wan interested in his

,v, skies being sure towork/ length- imaginable. charming and the repellant qualities mother. win be waiting for me and '

M ,*"WiSe ol the band instead of up and A new shade called cockscomb red of young womanhood. One was beautiful "eYa sir," he replied. "iPerJtapa yon I ," he replied, simply "and"

z j; :, down. Then place flat washable buttons will also be seen and, while It is flash fIn bright, graceful. Ttie casual ob- remember Hamilton Duryea? lie was : I ought to be going- If yooTl ;

4, on 'all the .shirt-waists about the extreme still jackets and even frirver might _y'there was nothing my father. He failed in business about :- to excuse me."
whole dresses will be made of his '
1\\' three-fourths of an inch above the left[ to be desired ao far us her appearance six months ago lost everything and well" the gentleman sweat

/ tlIne.VheA the dress-skirt and shade. told the story. She wa admired then-then (be was taken very ill, and ( "Here Is your dollar!, and'sfeter 4

r ; shirtwaist are, fastened together in The military effects which have been by several. She was loved bv ,xraly lived a little while. I was all packed a,basket for.your mother. '

,', this (way the band swill never slip worn so extravagantly of late, will ready for college but of course I had refuse ft, my boy.*
likely be.la&aeide nowthat the iwar Is ew.The
I down, and a neat trim look about the sister, plain. looking, .il while it ia a good idea to be patriotic
Very,little girls from two to eight body, found friends with all "I remember your father Yery.welV* both! (Pertraps some day I can -
of bit too
some the..fashions ware a t
have been sees more'often in the old- be classes.'Her presence at any gathering the gentleman responded with considerable you better than I can teU.you.
striking ,to pretty.
l time low-neck frock this summer than fal1 was easy and congenial; she smiledat interest and respect in his I ght. sirS! Good-night,ma'aml" j ,
It, ceeme the new shape o.fdh *
for many years past. The prettiest bodices iwill away/with the belt aa her hostess; she entered naturally tone; **but where are your father's t *. Duryea thought it wa a young t r

c; ones are..cut square and have shoulder their lines are carried below the waist. Into every society of the ocaBkn. Her friends? I should think that among : that had rushed into the

rWa and open lace or embroidered : acts of kindness to aged people and them all 4 position might be scared that evening Instead of her son.
is be
This decidedly xto regretted, as
't. reel yoke her pleasant compliment w 3e It war for "
4 the belt adda'a certain jauntiness and up you. could usually tell a straight Cory,' -

.blooming and useful guimpe, trimness to all/figures. iBntAHe. 'predict -in demand made her at once a favor "But they say there are eo many now, shovelling coal and a fire-
which transforms tile warm-weather he with all. By nature the sisters young men (wanting situations and bill were so mixed with
that it will be sometime before up .can- <
p J' frock into one suitable for cooler I the comfortable .shirt waist and the shared equal virtues. One cultivatedthe times are *o hard. They tell me there for a book, a dear little girl '

: days, is'worn by girls of all ages and neat little belt will become things of art of making other people happy; doesn't seem to be anything doing," a splendid situation that it was ;

,eii, Is said to be, a" fashion handed down the part / the other was satisfied to know that the'youth,'anwwered.grim time, before she could make.

5 C- from the time of Philip III. The prettiest The short .woman wOhodoiso long she could gttract people to herself if The face of the merchant' relaxed or tail of rLr-Golden"Daya.at.

ones-have rows of sheer lace in had/to Jook t she could not hold them as her a .and a ghost of a smile : ;
has make herself aborter
"t ; t 'Iertlon' and the ,tiniest of tucks, and frienda. Pure unselfishness comes played about %Is mouth. 1fiF'.
n' akhtg'
; :p 'are made of 'the sheerest of French the/waists'-arid )different with practice. Unlike some other accomplishments "Time are always dull my boy \ Summer J'eedbI,1or Eggs '
material, can again take heart forhe1ong
nainsook. 'Pa1ner'nea are made full graciousness i* within when, man wants work" he said. i beat food for 'Ttta> 'owvm season -
is to be
graceful princess
and soft, with trimming save thatwhich worn/ again. {Pali :street costumesmade the grasp of all.-Prairie Farmer. Then he put his hand into his pocket ment."I! which givee'Hisj e best,jreeulta :

edge' the neck and the wrist and'drew out a roll of bills. a I t.regard to epstWhich -food' ;:'
after this will be
-design largely '
band. TWe sleere:are always full tilla. "Ldon't-feel justified," Tie went onin beat, bowerer* tat the: z.m' '
and -
worn later in the, season cloaks e 'I.I
The:Eton or bolero,is used.on call making room for, a clerk I do 1 WeIi.e, .
made after the.seme stylewjUbe"lnit
dren's clothes and assumes many fen- The' Calla will thrive with little not need. I should like to gin yon .. on IbJs .snbjeot impa M"to one .x

., dint.shapes and methods of trimming more than ordinary care. A few employment and if there was a va DCA,,b suttabl*:4o another,',sat'e .-'.:.1i.

Pique.dresses 1areIuIk': wj that women must jump things, however, are essential to its crl would set you to work today. in 'location. of "t'/.1r ,' tI
from one extreme another? As for I f 1l
,M Y ; tR y.1 additlori Hof' growth. They are a good soil, an This" expending hand with a fire- : ,arid many oth-r i circum.ba i .:...: '
instance the winter the hats
;, .these' jackets,, and.the cool-day costume promise to be coming tipped as far 1i8ck'from abundance of water and a short period dollar bill inclosed, "will help your : .gorern. 6ome", farms are ama! ',' ., ,- 'i.t
the demands 'of rest. For those who requiremore mother'a little : fowl -
; meets of a.wanner the., face,.as they have. beeiT pitched -perhaps. having bat a limited epiee ,
k, :day:by leaving:Joff the'jacket. To be over in the'past(, summer. How much extended details the following Albert Duryea drew back as if he other H is DU' -J'to'; : ,' '
..jaunty aod' ,becoming an ,Eton should better"It would be,to atrikeia, happy exhaustive cultural directions are given bad ,been struck, while all the bloodin else fowls In assail yBardft' Jn. ::

!always" show the waist" )ne'In, the medlUm and there" ,let it rest,h"w? : his body seemed to have rushed Into to protect the garden,' sad : ,5.

V It seems to be a certainty'iit' the Select a porous pot-about six inches Grl..,. n khan are farms upon wlfah the, a ..

') -,paten,say It is homer to dress .a big,sleeves must go. .Thisis too bad ia a model size. One cause of the He opened his mouth to speak but .,bare anreBttieted ribs t'y' ;- 'Incase / '

;little 'girl to:look pretty Y between the aV the,'sleeves 'medium proportionswere frequent complaint of non-blooming hew would not come. The. man The food mast'oonfom.ICF* f ":

nine fourteen is that too large pote'are used. of business'dropped the the room ,
aged of' and than at any so graceful'and,becoming. It h plants money on If flies is for- "x

,other'period. She,la,too big for the to be ,hoped,that it will sometime It is seldom that the Calla\{blooms'until counterand resumed his.work. the beosj,win require_no food, r' ", -

; ,babyish: ,styles :}uid, scarcely large before1:the, skin(tigbV sleeVe'' id be root bound therefore ,, judgment The boy stood for moment a pie- a If tbe birds ere confined then *-: 4 ,

t' ;'enough- for the longer-dress styles. generally;adopted.. 3* should be used in selecting a pot In tore of :,helpless wretchedness then i "' jadgmecb is neeeeeary to.feeder f. 't

'Sashei ''are gradually losing theirloDg' Bangs are'coming back. At present Which'to plant the bulba unable to say anything foot slow and ,eo'. to amid throwing. "... '
nds,;and.the. prettiest. ones are they are regulated, to, a few "curling It .JsImpossible;, to over-feed, Callas. almost inarticulate "Good-morning out of condition, as they:iwUl 1t..

L 'merel'a'1eD,1t' 'o ",five-inch ribbon locks across the forehead- but rumor A good compost is made-; of equal air,",:-turned and left the establish for their foodf from .4JLe owner .

!that'passearound"the w&lat'.a tieiin has ft, that In the near future, the old- parts of turfy loam well decayed manure ment.- : of endeavoring to .eeic'ft. If "
'a periqr !bowat: 'the back In two faahIoned straight t bangs-will be wOrn. and leaf mold, with a slight 'Of course Ihe mist have,looked likea on gray ia. the wssrm etSMon "it$

'abort loops with- ends'fhe same length, BoweTer.Vwe;; think' :when the girls sprinkling';'of sand. The,pots shouldbe beggar and acted like a beggar, he mast hare a variety in.order to -

z: ,Texceeding,five jss : The most top to think of the.agonies they endured well-dralned-about one-third filled aid to himself or he never would the grain supply neoaUy eaten , I

a ''economicalvplan,fomake the beltS while waiting:._for their last with charcoal bones, ,or roken_ pots,' hare been taken for a beggar. He supposed *also' for dietary effects,, green

S and attach the bow. already made fastenlng bangs,to:grow :tq_parting Or- pompa- will be none too much. W* clothes'looked rather out of ,being essential. ,If thin is s/frea

:It ,X Ihe hooks and dour...lengthy'they.sot 6e ao-ready The Calla is,a semi-acqnatte and the date, but they were clean and certainly be done so ae pot,io aBow too

eyfes;instead' ; sot'tying' :it each ,time, to".part;with the!' W:grown'. soil :should, never be alldwed to dry '.not'ragged. .' Tt salts tens are not fed,.too S 'it

r''whtl soon- sohs'.the ribbon. The hair,win
/.k. i* J/Plaids in*all,their'bright coloring Ing- ;wear' and*very.low.:forte'street.Anoiher.ixample .. be'plunged In a dish of hot water and und the mistake that he presented chick fs the best indicB/tton/ of i ,'Ist.l
't. ,
.r ..eom tresii'the'lD beok'to'" the"t tmtnrnse'MinsTesl of',extremes. should be ',allowed' to remain tnere the' 'appearance of a gentlemanly t09 that can be observed. The .:. "

: .'t "I ' ; .and are 'Tmrtlcnlarlv about' half an hour: 'Once or twice a young fellow.. This was a revelation, *;hat are on a' cadge should lay _0'

;' '. smart ior eciool dreefc%:.The regular Daintiness.D:J*undeiing Laces. and week liquid manure ammonia or lDd ed.. His former social standing the whole summer, and the "

a :plaU Grossed' ..with a line of bright'coV: -. ,'Plea J'&b:: ,"' el'' chemical j fertilizer should be applied I did not count and his education seemed of tlhe ,egg should be Httto or r'Y

:, or. is'the:: .very.' ;\ i.. Stockings ,We-.''hare-'a'1 little.:iiyench "laundressinctirclty 7. : to 1>6 going for nothing If anything is allowed let

,of_plaid,:are to be.hiad to match any of : ; 'who mkeaa-good .living I fie: had never once thought of shoo teen xaeea? or green'.boae well _
r the new ooloragsid'us; to .be;used As the plant.grows, small bulbs wl lspring' .coal/or asking'for porter's. '
out of" her, profession; whlch> is*to Ita elling a or +eld with meat,eat flue no/.fsi/ .
around .base.
d during,the coming season.5As up These waiters position. Suppose be got acbanoe
clean and Iann4tr.dellcate;laces,;heirlooms shouldbe : given as they can easily pro-
':the,girl grows taller :her.collar and aheer:linen, 'cambric fabrice. removed as the7-'wU im: to put. a tarn or a dozen jtons carlxmftOfiftos *nbBteinoes"from 1 4e,

t ,growe>; highernand many take 'On.a .; She 'has:no,"conscience-Vhen h pair' the Titalityrof the.parent"bulb, of .coa ;into somebody's cellar, would range. In ithJe oomection it must' 'S '
' jrncherprkm.'Httie/turn-OTerool> roflace" : : Perhaps Hhe most important pointin he'do it? tai inquired of almsclf. He egg-l
+ comet to charging for:-such work, andehe''argties' the culture stated ttout meat Is,the best
,'r"ribbon n cat>the;top? 6 ,; :; 4husf-that:; yep_eet. i great of refit. The 'winter.of the Calla Is Its'period would' Was there anyzhin honest + -: food how 8 only lie ,

'Up nd-down''tucks, a* well as.thost store by.;uch inhiable pieces,:and'the ; blooming varietiesshould he,; would not do,for, his mother;, 'deters poalfr mean from using it .
that 'around. e', ws t ::- ? bequiteV 'beiiT a rest Jpf.about three Tfiere.waaiM*. ? .
.run ; willj responaibility.of/having; ,.such:;in;your mon'th..1n the m"m'f ny.' 'Fits cost,however, epeada,4.
-s If it-
% t :popular:ci::frocks'tor'tlie'autasmn are and ,the'rislr' she,runs of:tearing Is keptin 6ome way,. fce grew stronger, and thereat in eggs obt&lnecL;; J.0"' : .l

:' ; ud}..winter Sea;they:'have been or; ruining : considerable,'road the! pot,'water should' gradually' bewitblipld the,ache'teft'his heart, as he aasnrad beast.etttted before, if each hen In' .r 4i

:during.the summer,In thinnresses.' nniakeathe until the soil becomes fairly himself that there was ao occupation *
? ;_ hence she; ,owner.paythandyaomel'iorJt.'But ; t+ flock Can be induced to lay'cne: :.j
One-of.the most'aensHjilfi ""materials dry but not ao mncho sets wither menial;that lie would welcomeIt
} it is not every;one ihe bulb so not gg"1"ollo will pay for
for dr'assesfor'tlie.eehoolg1I14atbe: ,for,his ier's sake. _
raho'haa-lacea that,feels able to'payher : r' molt ,food. This .depends upon the :

S'h," anI.bed: ;1d1Uantlne;;-01' mobalri price*,:and,a young cousin, of mine A much better plan,than "the above There,was one offer that lie had di.dad. of.eggs but she cost also de*

& * wAkhoomesin'ifthetprettyicoloi: ; ; + experlaiented.WlUi her laces and_cambric is, to bed the, Calla in an out of |bheway It wa to cenraas for a pictorial ; ;.upon the:expense for food.
: \ *' Ings=and can be.wa 5iied,wilh'good re"Jackets" ,'and has' ce-ln the gar during the '
""" '- handkerchiefs,, 'about decided p'1 -volume.. He could not recall' the for a email flock can be pro'I"j'

-ftltLo., :that'ahe can'do quite swell as summer:month*. It requires,little or name. :for,outdoor wear are;a. trifle no care during that time "
mademoiaeller: : 2: : In September former home the servants were' el- a hundred bepe it will cost nora.

'; longer' 'thin tsstyeaj' .ainTstilLd* ::Eer"plan iathistj '6hetakei'two'ofthree it;should''be taken up and,'repots ways instructed to 'dispose.speedilyof dry meat is eo excellent food of .

play. the. fancy- collar and large:>iat- handkerchiefs with: lace')on & t;" 1 1 aH such applicants and be had never but it cannot be, compered'to _

tons.:; Many:of them are'made..ft.ith'a them, (her:JfinesC.:ones,) ,and ,waabes ;The only 'formidable,iosect]pests'ofrhV seen 'any house where canTaaaer -kan meiA. Allowing_len cents 'j.ft-_;

>, ';:bob;front,.,while others ere;three-qusr- them In;her'china; bowl tl in ber.bed: Calla are'4-iie'; aphis, and:rtlie Ted were Welcomed He was.rJad to think for lean meat (say the need; -A: } _

:7".!,,i; ttn, and :only, .half.; :fttting.. .=pralrie. roam.- She* uses '.:quart,of, tepid water spider; ;!'or: tie J aphis, ,or:greenlfy, u he'tad,alway.* been1 .sorry;:for those tiom or Irrer), end giving;six. .. :':q- _

.' : -. ,. -J'' ,' (nearly: ,),:and dissolves a JablespoonTnl it.I* commonly called tobacco,.tea is a poor people. V .fit nght:to'one bruited bean; .; '- 'o

> 4i'j _$:: ;' -7":;,: ( i.pearline,J tao' fjfe:..water good..reonedy.For'thered_ . spider; ,!Wow.everything.else,"had failed; and coat. w&M, jfciyjteat*'*day,.but / ',: ;

,, ,<,,-.- 'Waahfng. Qniltavqmlta ;-thenwaaheslightly: : ;; :I
;":: 'r; { eery housekeeper uaeat yard. or'three;yirda.oflioea3.dipalt'npand'down ; ? ,fnriy.with: Boapy water,,at. least:;twice old:story;Qi h.nl-jh k.Bls; ,'"mother j : a- week; ,11"egp't ;', -

t -; apon'ber;'beds lly'l1rt ; 'in :the,,water; 'yonmaeii'iveah it:week:nnHI Abe.peat is banished..;By ices growjfog.weaJcend' Ill'for the lack ft dozen H will pay'wsl. 'Tie; 'I-_../

-\ JK 1 Ing: the :summer=;months?sand : theyrahonldneve :carefully Jor;,fear,of tearing following' ;the ,aibore e; ,:jsimple;:;'roles of the.nonrisbinood she had an,her \ i* IJhftt the gain ia'aefe'inthef -
,.put sotto ;wlfhont it,'and'then rinses In clear,water healthy': plants f rand(an ,abundance-lot life been accustomed toy and he could- : : +egp so muclhj; *'Jndodng 68' = : .

;.1-- wewbttiK.,FPI6er'Wr-ue II JoonrUnued end rti=tvyaedsimpettre.tches* trout on;a bloom.-J"jare; :assured.r.'jp.--.!;How.-_".:-to''Grow-" He>would>canTaas for this"bOok:,u, to. lay wbeia:ilhey;_'ncft prow*"';:;
tall'inter] fi-equent 'slab, vnd th' rrendkrrc'tels J1" Uti bear :
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.f : y"... ;.PROFESSIONAL.. CARDS. I List of Registered Voters.The Kuowlton. I>K Kf'nf'r.Jaml's counell'" j* Its meeting on the first Monday U. Fredk. S. Morse = 1-:
'6. II Knight, W M Kelly A BKerwin October,' gee. Examine this list: and It your ,
following Is a list of R gtJtt'rt'd'otf'r' of .
G o.1C BoBBnrs. WALTKB 8. GBABAM D F KelleyJKCKent. name has been improperly struck you can have .i>
,, the city of Miami! as revised by the elly council
., King,JedLamkln. ; G H U resto4ed at the regular meeting of council on :
fi "GRAHAM CO. I as provided by city ordinance at a meeting held L I II the thW Thursday In October,the 30th day of '
JOB.BINS. on the, first Monday In October 1899: ; -- REAL, ESTATE
tM moth.
00 I Henry (UsMter A JUltbttwumf.
; ,;' / .t meyg-t :.ietw. I \ A Loving. K. A CUjjmiHMirne.AO Ashtott',Ienry M August Francis! .
Adams Harry Austin Silas Lewis,J JLuke Jr Anderson lieu W Anderson 8 K
!l* i Abrams,J B Allen A L ForrfslLummu Laws E J Albritton J T -
.. practice IB all court. State and Federal Alston,C I Avery,PaulAtkinson *, J E teuton\ ,Hhedrick J J It Brlckell W B Jr Miami, :DadeCo.., Florida. \
and perfecting
1i' sand BBedal' Titles.facilities We for haw examining the only complete H T r'\ Ash, W U Love, Muse Lavender Wm County D II CosWl'IJ B J a.

."."-i. .'----L-.u. boob covering South Dade county u'q Atkln.Thomas I "Albert, W C Lee, WillieLivingston Lang, X H D\g\ nab Joe DuaueTW :
Jc.sod. : receive dally reports from the Clerk Albrltton,J O : Anthony A P ,Tufly R Lowl'WmLewis -, Edwards WU AGENT FOR LANDS'-OF /
all land .
Juno showing ,
;.. "' tbs Circuit Court S .
; ,. transfers. AH the eerUled Abstracts or Title Arnold James' Arisen W H W B Land,Geo W Giddies J D .'Goodrich S F" I ; .
; '
.for8onthJ>*d. mBtyarwmade at.one Miami Auschwitz Max Anthony H J Lanier E C Letter,J B Grlm"' Fran1r. George Lewis Florjila East Coast '
( .A i-tt bi. Railway Co- 0(
B Loshley T O Hngimfn( E 0 Hale Eugene ;
pM\"a's.i.XDrtaa: ':"j> ;.a.F. ATE1HSOHSAHDER&&ATKIHSOH Baker 8 A Brttt J B M Jones f j Livingston Geo Florida Coast Line Canal and: ::rans.. Co., '
Blackman, E V Brown A W Mclssic. A McEaddy W J Jr
McDermott,M ;3 Merraday, WarrenMontgomery
I McGinn James 171..a-m Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
Brand John Budge H C Morse, F H ,T F ,
Oliver'JE Sturges A I.
Barker G B Boyle ONBelcher Mack,A March GabrielMcGough

#:; .Z tttarm ufcOnDsdon a law, BareweaGeoBuholtsA BrtDtle,,S Robt A Mllbrooksaake. Michael Miller McCarthy,Charles,Chas D Wooddall, G H .. .White. .D O !

t .;;p- mos In"Booms I and t, Blue, Anthony Bnrgus,JohnBlockAton. Maler, WmMerritt. McDonald,J A ADD1TIONALHIHCE MEAT.
Brown's BrIck Banding. Bell, Eugene GBryan London .Grant. Miller,JohnMcKenzte Bank of. BtyrB :
1 S-lUMts MIAMI.FLA.GECXA.WORLEY. Henry Bolen, Henry Mitchell M T ,Wm ( scayv'e :
_' C,1. Burkdardt H JBrlnkerhoff Brown Alfred Mos lD&n. E W Mangram, BMabrey. OJto Stypman of Stuart was in tbe

Fred Bear. S D R D B city yesterday.

(M. ? . ,. Bayer Louis Bravo,8 A Moran D Vf Mosley, Henry Frank S. Bond of DeLand, a banker '
." y. 'ttcr=.e.9"-& Bravo J 0 Bryan. FA" Muller Gus Mineo, T BMcCrimmons and Lumberman, is in the city looking MIAMI FLORIDA. -*
d'x: Bud federal Court BraddoekBABarksdale Burns, T J Mooney,Jack C T; eftbe prospects for a brancb lumber ; r
,. J.11 ttslneiaenfa'usted. will receive prompt. at H A Brown Thos D Merritt D W Manning, Hal .".. yard here. INCOBPORATKD' UHVEB TM 'laws or FLOHTPA. s
ten oo. Jurat for Brown J II Bell JesseBoatrmgbt r
; Massey, E S Milburn,C M
COMFAHY B. Lester friend of Newton
t :.anxAXiA tm IHST/AHC= ,T W Baseomb W DBrtekeO Harry a "
Mooney, D E Mlnrard, T M Conducts General Bankifgd "
.. who is ill the a
Turk.U Biscayne,
:of 11.w Brickel W B ,Chas 0 B Curry w... M. BROWN.
Moore,Adam McDonald M JMcCaulley .
,:j. .;- kind* ol ufV.polides i written lSocths.-yr omce over Baldwin,Forrest Brown Robt McKemzle.Jalnes S R M arrived his Wednesday friend. night and is visiting P ;"oc'lIT. Business Issues Drafts on All Y '

; : postofflee. ;; Brady. 0 W Broome,G B Martaln,T K Maguire J S R. R. McCORMICK, Parts of the World.. Accounts
** Brown B B Bailey, H C Joseph N. Stripling ,of Jacksonvilleis ,
Mitchell A L Miller,C B
,:S. Mills Fowler. M. D. Brainy J D Brown Steward Masters, E J Mathers, R J in the city and will address the Re- Vter MelOCNT.. Solicited and Every Favor Con, ,v _

"J! Banks,WmBradley. Brown,D Y McDonald M J Marshall, B bublicau mass meeting in associationwith CHARLES H. GARTHSIDE.CASHMH. sistent With Conservative Bank
z : HOMfflOPAIHlST.18th .C B Bailey,A J. Mitchell Thos Miller W Herbert L.< Anderson from the ,
:* Bass T C B<*nAB McBride T W Mann, C AMcCollum balcony the Biscayne Hotel to-night. ; ing. Extended.Seaboard . ..
;,", h B SA pleasant party was given atf "
18th at.rM" Mar Atsoue. CCo&&ea,1"h01p J very
f the casino of tbe Hotel Miami Wednesday
,J ,Coegrore.D ...
-g!'{UhMni0 DIMSaaa apeoialty. N evening by mine boat Thompsonand .- CORR.Fy9I'OZT. ENTg. : .
'. 27aaff-u CorU Adam Coon Fred Newbolt, James Nelan, P T'' t 1 .

;...t;;,,"" ;(; . _- Ohio",J 8.0 H Cohen Chase E IsadorCastellano HCuddeback "*-. Nelson, Edwin Neilson Nelson,R BO'Brien, Peter his spent son. A by few a hours party were of youngpeople. pleasantly ", National Bank, ,.\ : New York. I '

BHC&B& D S. Clark.8 H ,C .,:, O'Owen Nat'l Bank of Jacksonville, '_ Jacksonville.
fILLKSPIR: Cunningham Jim Carroll ChasOulverbouse }, A D Kerry )The Republicans of Miami at caucus w -

T K Clark D 0 Osborn, L A Osborn,R W. last night elected the following dele- FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT;
r ;?: '- Ones IB B kh r Block Clements 8 CookWnChattman\ Otis, Francis Oliver, L C gates to the Republican county conven- Knauth Nachod'and Kuhn 4
f/ : 'Crown: and Bridge Work a Specialty. Ca1deU, It W :' ,Wm Omweg,John Owens, J IdOsborne ,'. tion to be held at West Palm Beach tomorrow New York.__ -

"i: \ ." omce'oui: .t a.11I&o t p:. Chessey.Mack Chaffer] ,R It .J T : T. A. Root,, W. M. Fea- ...;
s '., Pfmi nit Ton'.- .Colls Sammy therly. Joseph 8. Warner, Edwin Nelson
::4 t::17iwsa'! Cone ChasCardy.JW > Clemmons David Pent' W H P'Pattison,tbarlesPatton" J:F. Woodwortb.r Elegant Iron Vault and.Bnrglar-Prooi SafeWiflr il Tripl ,CoBcassbtt Tint Loeb-

: Dr. Jas. ,M. Jackson. Jr., Cress,HS Raymond Plnknes\ ,JnoPoUltz E.B.. ; Douglas bas this week receivedat imwoied -
.i' > Cooper,Joe Caar, 0 C rittman,Henry.'OppeO . ,H N toe Ideal Store a mammoth stock of o.hl m of tte.Iost Male. .
41; d.\ MIAMI' Calhoun M W sue- eatnut,AK: ,W W Pierce Fruit the'very latest French millinery. He

FLORIDA. Currier,FP" 'Canova.J P. pope WI"" Payne, S O, has some of the most superb Paris pat- ".Ii<

'''' h'a UlSet a& truant: Cats N D, ;, Comeron C D ,. Pirtman. W L Padgett,HW tern.hats. It is worth while for a man.to. : zziAg'i: ;
.TOwNLII .BOI' DRUG BTORL Chandler G L Caruthers W B Prepall Chas Purvey WmPatterson be. married in order that he may __ : :

';r. . "'-<;.. 'f Iot'.u..q Coppenger,Hendry Carothert J A Poland,W C ,B L '- have> an opportunity of presenting his 7 -
r. : D Poland, A '+ Peterson,E' .." daughter with one of these.
*: Jobn3. Frede1Ikr 'Dooey.Monroe .xMathit.I ,Aiken Philips, C Gfierce 'Prout,W W- f gorgeous creations of tire Parisian Is rapidly forging to ''th \ front a&N

Dc Pauga,'JL ,Dsudhit, B J';_ Nelsob Pritchard'james artiste.* .
jMill )Engifleerita id'Snnejor.> .DrammIDI.J1m Duna,SJ). .':*. PowersArthur Phillips W H v .,. It'J iA. McDonald l left for New York \

:i. . fNoiiry at IMfto Dorothy,CL Davis W D Pope,J G'.t; ; ;; .this morning to consult with Mr.FlagS -
:PattiasnlaiAttsctlooo ghw toBublWUeo.W.AlIerj -, Dukes,'Geo 8' De Cator,Orange" R s :ier in regard to the Colonial hotel at The Leading" City jn. Sonlli Florida.

.. uacu., ..: ...., Delaperrla Charles De Cerrr,1 F Humus 8 Ryan TG ,4) ;;.j {Nassau, and<<\. 'the: electric light works .
f.- '.omoa'tb AT: eouUa.1d.. De B TJ.WGlr De Berry W G 8r Robinson H Robinson BenRadebaugp ;, for .Miami. We think .we can state "
skrti i'VT J'LOBIDA.i Doiuhne,'Fnak Davis Sam D J Rn..Hl. H W. ' rwith a fair degree 'of certainty that f I' '. ,
9 ; 1&f. .: i Dlcboa.JE: Dewey,J B. BegleterHR 1 nfBn Rot ; &le electric light plant is a settled EVERYBODY\ GOING' TO 1IAMIINow' !

DtDIl:J II Duncan J L Rem,Edward neilI) JII B' ,tact except Jn detail The proposition .. . ;" '
:t ; :. : ), Dstla,All -DelagaH;LonlsDorhamF Reynolds Frank Eaulenou 0 H r't' has been open for a year to all comers : .. "

.i ) ,,ltig sat S.aRW. Davy,Joseph ; Robb E B Ratter Fred establish such a plant., but no personocjlnnhaiseen is time to secure CHOICE\, LOCATION, eithert for .;
: };': Douthlt.B8 ,Douglas JA.DOUctaaa.8'W Rhodes A L :Ron John' fit to make the invest- .

,;f.w;.,,, g.' rLa: ",: "';"''w" J'u.! 'DoneyEDowden. lines O oHRobinson Rogers H 8 , ... *innt, so *it has fallen. :Ion Mr. Flag Business or residence. Choice locations !in the city for bpi
.W.-pcaottoayan; thi ConrU,8UU and Darby Wm -' .A W "' Rue lard Boone C ..e. .lerto, doTso, :. sale
Douglas. B B Dewer;A1ckenon.Fnd Roberta V B Bobbins A.rRlchardsoaAO' ; I t1 Geo. and Miss Frances
;'i.', ;:...J'.a.ra1! 1'.i-U. < ; I Reno Mary Cr ,
t., g.a ..."."'? ., . .. ,, Dona;J K, Root FARagau ,, ;JoI 'who left: Miami six weeks ago for,the : :
"" .1.i' De ,E D < Davis David Chas P Roberts J B .J
JF: seat! of the Cuban >Provisional, Government ort.
.: 3 ia&t[ icoTTi .f NoDox $3ooYa- Davis. ,JBE Rowand E S BountreeSRogers .: to,which. Mr;Reno'bore import- Dallas Land' pany

;; <.? SCOTT,& BROOMS, RyanPW IE'; t .antdtspatches for President Massed
Rvaas,IB Eflw..JW.EqUsJa. Richardson Mack Rumph Q B Jr* ;;:.. torn President McKinley;; while Miss

'::V TVr";fA':. Ts t-Z.Ib W .WID Eriekson J W. .1 SSafraneek I ,'r r, ;Frances carried au, American flag for; .

[,--ij-i.i- '".}::4'NOTARY ..u.UO'I OFFIOIP: Enloe. G savage E A .( presentation to President Masseo from y' .Call. on JOHN; B. REILLYt Agent, /i
1 *. m BtJesta'aaStatsanlraderalOottrti. F Stewart W A 8abate S po '. l. President McKinley, arrived in Miami ,
t ;
.!-.p-/." i promptly attended to."Sf . "Peatner.T.WM:: l"oabawKomeorrurV Aeweu John Scott Frank J I .< Monday from Lost Key, Bahamas, 'i i Fort: Dallas Land Company t Miami?*

-k op CtrTiCa OY&?BANG. or BaY BmCAThsS : J .' y Frohoek,John Smith J W '..Smith Isrleit. ,J"' \rheie, they passed, ten days visiting INGRAHAll '
/.{ ..:.('1:., '1(. r .- Fanning,W.H Fields,D imlthiU[ .. .| ,Seals,Allen' ?.;rt..t, Bir Arthur: sight on his Isle of the Or: J. E. Vice-Pre t, -.., :.
;,:: ;.;; .- .' \, ...' :; - io'1ower C I. FbxLKFloyd slacks! (Stokes Aflen I IiaDden Ja, .We have a long story from both FortDallas l Hand ::
{ ..-.DR "R.L, CHAFER.. Y-1-tra:,-m : PpMSt.AUgustineFla.
; ; FroMber.XArUna.fmn.B8, ,Richard J T Scott 0 0 t Miss: FrancM and,Mr.Benojn relation' _
\ < Fot'areu,:B A Stephens Juo ,Salzman 0 S to their late.trip which we. have not

;.1 .:c S'r..4 Favor,W V. 'Farmer,James B Smith Jno Smith Jack{ .5'toom; to publish galaweek.. Both Mr: ,
.'; .jJ; ".,., :- Farris''W W FennenBeniTQ 'JwlndalDLZanders '' tone Frank' R.e o'andMIA. Frances; have important A HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER
> ,it. 2 Otoos' fa'' Banleraott Block, northeast WKSwlndal Safraneek H messages from President Masseo to I -
:r ATfooe D and 1SU atreU. orabAn 'J M '. oritltti J J J O W ".'
:. OOTJ K ' Starbird Albert : President' McKinley '". -.y 2h. TT ':: IV'a
,J: ; > .. ._ i'- l.a.tl Graham: w S Grimm GeoOoanman *mlth.BM. Stud.Jesse ...-S ** I4* U i A

:y, ... ....,.' . Outlay,Israel H, lawyer Thomas, Stokes,Johny \ 1 Just a Sample. RERUTATION:
R.:M:'D 14 DODSON. ,. QUBson. H Gray,B 0. .<- a Reward W 8 Sanders P 9' :.. KET: 'WEST: ,-October. 3, 1S9.bltMlamlJtaTaoroue' QUALITY .AND
:.J 9f5 Day. Greer.Oll. achneidman.: Sterns, S E t '

... t ::Dentist. \ 43rMOi Daniel' Orar YF Spiers,WB 'f. + Sampson J .,\ .' 'f't'anra 30th to band. Thanking' The Ideal .Brands Have'These .
." OUT,Tc* Gambles,Augustus Scott Bobb = Seraas.rv :, date .
.peelaltJ. : for .attention, must
FillingTeb'i_ W L Gautler,Dennis seweli'Jerry; iSnrn i you, say
Gradkk; 011 j
'A ' l.. >- rtiaj.the, Miami.METROPOLIS: is now notEinly.a Then why $.35 and ton\when can get a
'. : .rat r OTTIA iJihsot.N. B' 1rtmaDW H ttevennon'BTtlnitlctoh ':" '\S ?Singleton Wash ." credit to Miami but to tbe state pay 40 per .you:
'- 'a ZOv. l"odoOaee.N. Greta 'A. W' Granger"Leslie J W' 'tdchneldnuBS spivey G Y- . reliable Fertilizer 3t.th Jollo ?'
r s Wishing strictly high grade i.ng'prices .eIDRALi
., "w ,.l.lsytfRa,, !' ,f' ... Smith H D : uf'y$ aa well. yon ..
:: WJnsB Glyens..J8 : |{ ". prosperity, ' Yours truly, FaUlT AND \. _,................._......S30 PBB TON' .
Qoodman; .Glrtman. WGranam.8 T : B. J. W-. : . ....:._. -
i j Hf juDDLESTON M. D. romitnson Alex H Thomas Bob V a IDEAL POTATO MANOBIi.r = .a.o. : .PJ PBB TON .
k-i } Grtffln.8ebeQ ; -
MANtIHR7..t. -.13O ,
I Thorn Wm !
T "" GlaCiute BnsB Medical nld.HCOartnsUe.CH Gladwlu, ftirnage John i" His L {I.Was S..ed. . .. ... ,
t; :j". Wni' '' 4DBAL FEBT1LTZEB (for all cropi) ... ,, . $iT PEa TON
:' S OoUele.c.seaco. Otb.Od.Dwld Griffin WE..* '* tony JnorhonipsonWF- Taker Taylor '. I1r:J.. K,'Lily, a prominent citizen; of ,- IDEAL BLOOD BONE' AND POTASS.. ..;.........gto PER TOIL ." j.
xc;;'" .Pedd.ut Phydelaa fLL.Hotel' KIaa1. Gory rramwenJKfotten ,, .. 1fa niba1; Mcs lately had a wonderful SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. ,.. ,.,,.' .?..:..,.g2a PER.TON .;
1.1'J; MIAMI OautlerTir Gardener,C Yyd ( TarlorV"T' to -, ..-...... ../...... ,
.' .., Ones eorusr.Lvt as t C1&a4 12th street.'TVs Oeer.L'Harandberrr.; Glrtman; J B !:i?; Albertrhorntar Taylor: CD 'delivarahee from s frightful' death. In CORN :; ',gtO TON ;
11 sad&0' m M ;. ,or.it "I taken with.typhoid Fertilizer Material at Lowest Market Pricea.. i
'Qrrica loins-1 a"I&'JO #lay P. ,G G Glrlack.Blchart1Gautler .es ,. -S. Tuttle HETownleyJM ;telling heaayc was All .
-: /". II'I:Bfa ails : .Gardner,DB., ,W J Tucker> '_' fever that ran into pneumonia Aak for our book, "Why We Make the Ideal.Fertilizer*"- ,

*-rf-: .; "' < . '. tirattnerr O M = aladwln;S N r0awrwmfl5ATT It nip! Pant i'i .'Tom lnson Alfred 4 Jiy' hinge became hardened.: I Was so & Toomer Fertilizer
.:. ;.J."t ;:; .:t, ,M4'D-, Glrlape'J71: ; .lbatett t,, \. Toms J Pii ....' weak couldn't, even sif up in bed. Wilson .: Company.

,f" ,, .r.:.;..-...l. .,.....S.......- ..., >tfo.rGS.,:!a B":'' 5=::- ..KlefJ atl+,t...,i D.w TlfontiS7, : ;. .... Taylor RobtR;' ':;;r-fl.. ; Notbinff j helped fae. I expected to soon -. .. JACKSONVILLE.. .'FLL'Pig's
... -:' '' L -S .5t lie when I beard of Dr.; .
.. .' ; *. Goodwin A 4 Thomas'Jno .;} wnsnmption Foot Brand Blood and Bone$1T per ton i

..:? physician.apSurgeon,1. 1'J" 'HHenry.I r :W' : '? TCin'g'fl. ,,, Discovery. One bottle gaTe Damaraland Gaano,the Ideal Tobacco,Fertilizer. $44,pet ton.* ,
Drag ._ It HIflLHarris RBawkins d' : .".: Willis A.r. Wells a'Yt / >. j ':f great relief.%!continued to use it andop.w r
BuTre :
c' '
: '. =;,OOoe Miami ., 'KIAMI;FLA.pL /j ' ", a well and strong. I can't say tooidncb CHASE '& HARNEY
,Jim ,H!] .WiiUameoo ETVble Joe, '.l..;::';: "' AGENTS. . :
: < ...,....rhom. i iiLio I o'clock a.m. BB1_JL*, .- ,HBl. D.f:) 111 a: ..TToodworth},J F Walker ,SamWilklnsSam*-", :,f?. In its the praise.surest and This marvellous .W-tf-Lfsq MIAMI'FLA. '
,- Baediodnels quickest cure
a1 redd.aesjCoaaout0rOYP. .
'i :.. ,, aavklnsL, Habn,1"1f, t\ Williams :Alfred ; '
j.... JI.' k""J .. y } D. ,8amngton.vttyeiIlan. jJB&D.1 'Walton D .Weldon Tenf ". f ift- he world for all throat and lung

-. '-ft'' .. '..- .M If::" i HarDty'.W B c'i: Washer Jack r--\; WUUama.bav .:3 tronbte.1Begnlar sizes 60 eenta and 8UXX DEL"IVERJAND: SHIPMENTSPROMPTLt .. -
Bottom Kelson- HayGeorge :i't Wmituaa\ 11' ..Woodward w "' l... rtja1 bottles;free at Townley Bro. drugstore . ATTENDED '!.J.. . x

,; ,FOR; ..SALE:]! iiagy,H L' Holenan,-Madison Welsh Jlmes. West W Itf '.. ;'every bottle guaranteed.TorSale. . ':'

.. 1o -' :: '< .,.... Hay,LD' :Uol1T11'i: :: Wilson BJbanter WfatberlyWHWard h x'-- tl-21.628-u ICE EVERY DAYJ '
/ IIearr.Cbarlel ...::: J 9 'A JWadsworth ... '

;: mprovdProperty.f : .: ItaJH.JB HounealGeof :_ .lUardeeFB JBoward. :- ;.? Williams J E M It.' I::l: / PnreDiatiiledArteeiea'wateru ed:- ." .X1 ,
Hamilton,J HHerdJJ .. WiniamsJesse Womble G W .Y ; ;ixbpe pair mules and two 2horseDragons
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mail orders
'dj Address ICE ): :
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"rIB'ic: i. u&lJ tai -
H'Weaver and
i aU p -i'-BlasoI ;T f we1bon R' Williams James : harness, cheap. Call or .
fgs ilene Pet to CIITUP fruit. trMa Ud RarrtBKtoa.B'j,' '- HeudersunNTHunter ;'Nlm&m.U 1ea4'!J ,'t J _' Write to A. ..JrfPALMiK: CocoanutGrove. .... Miami'Fhv, or w call lit person',at warehouse. on.Avenue" Dr. :: ;
;y. r 'oda.r.vw..U frowlni. : ;ptii 5-17-8 a J
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c-s ;Good Itl-noa: name, wuh and Siatb-. i HHv| J.y lpartaetd,'u T' ,,;t tfeWifflams Thomas Warren Gep- q'-'-;;i . 6-22-Sw '
l'. B0UM applid witnttarud HegelBlT1's '"lIatche ,W.P. (Thus t\'m'. Wilson K 8ffuymW t e. c I
wroaved i '
l' b't ; \ THE: EWFIu\TItio.STYLE.r ,
.'f! iebtera-.acer, _,'1-0e04. oat-boaas.. .., .Boainciwort&Jo PfiaHnr.BH" -'HalnllnPpa; .l 72 wmla-m6}w't. ."'" $
Thldun-honse .4.otIaer .
,S :: .Located 1H mass aft&th... .. ofCoco -,_ '> 81..1,. :.'''" .-J:' ..iIIb .iJ i" Wbaley.Hampton} wraettJB: Enlarging Tintypes .1
? gust Gton oa good road. 80..001-.011.' ;} ',;.HogfBen.; #! Washington Prince ''Wagner Henry: Eor- H' Oi"O' .

m. .., : nt-quatUr nUe,from,PiWS.. Good Band oD.G.'i.j Fred V Hlnsoi;HF ..r, .{ Wilson David. Wallace PMLWtartoaDV t : ,Kodak'pictures: finished,. and<< all; cL

.'.. .:;,-TJtM A'k-a acres IB'cttms trait V ,-.If .Boris. ;GW' ., Wallace G I'; "
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.. K.trees,well started two sera hammock r.. C '( Wiggins Jno H' 'Williams Lee. :;.; -C'= ." ifork finishedp'up to date" at ?- r
,'t. 'tt_ just ens.' Go.-rearlurta.-Good.-el led water.,,.Packiar Locatedabout IstselAIrons.... .B- S'r:t t't Wilson C J. ;Weaver A B oiWorler -.) : RAND'3.. GALLERY.w:; v OF, ",,-'.. .";
rr- three ate..'walk from school.; _, '. :'';;;: : .,. sK-ir: -; i! G.A* -jWUHamsJOWolf .#t' lSa FRED_ .' HOUORQ
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a -' BOOM. Ongoodroasaadlagoodaelgb-: : llfedJenklas t :or ; e ; :
Q \:-*._- .......r..........' 'It, ; JODeto.Jlm, '. '". Jonnsos,' WhortonJH. ; HJWeathertord .... '
i .... Heal 'Jobnsoa.Altred.l: .; Walker G ; 'I. .;; ,
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'.. ;. t. r/JsriioRSE :' JaekaoD,'A* > 1" r James,JAJordaa -.t, Woods James ; w : .
( ;]l ,:--. Joe.amok.{ ..,.,. ;A9ldan; DWr". iJoldao j Wilson B 8 .White; S"D ; *... r '' ,'
'2l : OTar.Pod am..,kIILKI. n.L.1"rJ. : ,D LJaetsoD"nr"Ii:: ; -- G= ;; Wright J A "''sT F i;W.;; ilahuY .
":' .. r T,' Tinelbt: ;; of Cattle l '- ;
'" ,"f: "': ., .; .:'.i'N G-- .Gr. 'J ::: '*'Joy, Lewis, 4 ,0\>1 !' V' -'."f < ., ;, ,
1 "' "' ::.r w \ Job &IoIL.cuI' ..JeoksasW'Jt >+;T Tact iadoe Slur .. yredenbnrgDCYafflEE ''do "Jerseys ':and.rHol-, I
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-'OOCOUUTGJOVK.I'U.' ynawari' <
,Barry 'JODeIiJT ? _
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,l, .: "I'I ... :. ,0- .:;,,_ '4 1.t Jones,Bearj' ,Johnson::JW.; 1' y .....:-.':;...,".' ,..1"-r.--. ttVenabl6GW'. .- s Y \ I.' oltClLICI if *'*? CllSw IOA Horses : 1j.' .'

Johnson,1tne7' James,Jesse .;': .'" P ...'i. ,M=-.ew U .. :r l .
r > otirrBB f;? Johnson,Dary ,Jackson A J' '. 'i ; tniendoff pwnip.Toder :. ,;Ultlch. t.T and'-Male.. ,, '
t IQI :
._ .".....: ." .- J',> !-t JsyaerW,t Johnson A. ': >-: '":<, "' : .Y'r 'a < ';. : .r ",, !7 ;- ,': \ ":' BUILDEItf"r
m r ..... 7,, J0OaC ..Jacb8llJO' tJiekaoaHB 'ef: 'Archie'I -#><> ': Young,G." a'* Wm..tH .J DeWitt : : ''
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cmr.e t uperteaes.. 'r t Jones.;Jl .: : ; r .Zelgier'J '' c: : 101 ''.TrutM' iDeEad etes "
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"!": ua n ; iamt. '*' K ;.c.-- ia t,. . .__. > ..r\ ,.; .,..< d' 5. ?V. ofraiADTirrrw'v ;* ... ; .! : :kt4f
fithiioOliolLmplllotillL migHY ;:KaoFttonA'v.; : .Th foliowtag of DUDes were Stricken fronji ? / vimuKFLA.: : ; : -

'.If 111 . ;:W--,-----./"YSKmw.3rla? _.........Kel4y,6tIDn.1J?__..,, Its.net olrolonof the,ettlof, [laisd bythe edtg ". a-g- ..'w-Ui.- .,* a-s %r -,'- _,; : :-7"r' } < ; : : .j
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" INn Gunl! TOO GET \WATSON'S PRICES. if !io: ; 1 151'M.IU

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Friday evening Sept. 30, at the Perry Old settlers familiar with Wood' a four acre peach orchard very soon. SNAKE CREEK LAND FOR SALE.

AMONG OUR NEIGHBORS house.by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry Uommock would not recognize it now. e hope Mr. II. will let us know when '
for the benefit of the Cocoanut Grove F. W. McVeigh has transformed it into\ the peaches are ripe.. fifteen Aced Hljh mirift. Hotel

library. There! was a very large attendance one of the most beautiful placed in tIlt Tire Acres High Pine:
and the dancing and fun was county. lIe has named it Gardenile TblK prairie land 1.V nearly sil high
COCOAKUT ITEltS. Park. I Mr. E. M. Tucker came back Friday enough for cultivation without drainage soC H
until midnight.The
kept up after spending nearly two months vising very rirh The high pine land l_ a tine bulld-
Cocoanut Grove boys turned out The Little River mail service U simply lug pot and quite free of rock. One mile from _
V relatives and friends in Putnam
pun: DOTS ntOM COCO AM DT GROVK. as they always have done in any good horrible. Several times recently depot.. post onlce and boolhonap. Fur priceand

: Regularly and' without delay the cause with an open handedness that Lemon City or Biscayne mail ha been county. term call on or addrru0.J.. HADlBAfoir, *

MCTROPOLIS comes to band. If punctuality does them credit, while the girls did thrown off here.and ours carried by. Hon. F. 8. Horse was here Monday Corner1th street' and Avenue It,

ia one of the cardinal virtues their best to entertain and make the Again our mail was thrown off in the Interviewing the voters. ?.O. Box 225, V . MUHI.* YLA. Conolly- ;
5 20
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h if
: then metropolitan paper la certainly evening one to be remembered by their weeds almost out of sight of the st&tioii Mr. George L. Macdonald was lookIng -
.. _. .
- ia escorts. after his interests here -- --
virtuous. True, patience a and was found by accident by someone! political
- good virtue, but it is a severe teat to During the evening a lady's dainty walking along the track. Another last Saturday. _

wait for days and days for your home gold'watch was raffled, the lucky winner time the outgoing mail was knocked Misses! Mattie Peters and Julia Norton -

paper, even be it ever ao interesting? being Miss'Nelly Perry Mrs. Jack from the crane Into the bushes whereit were visiting here one day last C. H. RAULERSON O. P.HUNTTNOTON, ..
; when tomes. Peacock lovingly known as uAun laid over twenty-four hours, delaying week. Proprietor. ...

. The Democratic primaries are over, Martha," doing thedrawing. the mail two days. No blame can Mr. Geo. Bull is on the sick list this ,, V VV vx .;(!" '.fj..

and in the general deal and shuffle the The "Perry house".although standing attach to our efficient postmaster, week.Wia many friends hope to see (Succe* or to K. B. Kanlersnn: & Bro.) Located in the moet pleaaant plaea'inthe -' '

I ,Grove appears to have got severely back from the streets bit,is reached Hudson Burr Jr. There is without him out again soon. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in V f\.
left. Not one of tbe candidates from by well kept walk shaded by cocoanut doubt one very careless mail clerk on 'V aty. ,
Mr. Dawiton, who lives with Mr. K.B fjtarPpre
this point was nominated. The woundd trees and bordered on either side by this run. Florida and WesternMEATS !iH
Tucker I is
e '* the crippled and the maimed will tropical fruit and flowers. The house The primary election at this precinctwas dangerously on Capt.Fulford's ill. Mr. Dawson place came, filtered rain water fe oaed for." .

now have an opportunity to tell) why has broad comfortable piazzas surrounding very quiet and orderly. Only fliP down a short time froiq Volusia every purpose Ihronghout hoteL; *l
and how, as they bind up the wounds.ifs it. and the dining hall is a ; candidate On the ground and the limited count ago :5-2f>-l.ifjnv/ .' .
Urge well lighted and ventilated room, ,t
r supply of liquid refreshment was . .
; I have Jiiat been reading; the inter- and is just the place for. a dance. It exhausted early in the day. Mr. Thomas J. Peters Is having a - - ----. ... ;t:
,.view with Dr.Conffoato on bis arrival house built his place. lie is
was tastefully decorated with palms -- -- - on preparing -
:, in this' country from Cuba. lie was and ferns, and the floor well waxed. ALAP ATTAR PRAIRIE. to plant a large acreage of vegetables Armour's Hams, ,Dried_ .Beef, MIAMI CYOLE{ O!;

asked the condition of.the reQOncen- Tbe music wu.euept.lonall1 good, the here. Pigs' Feet, Jersey Butter ;

.--t tradoa. With a smile (my.God what a musicians gladly giving tbeirvtime and [This correspondence was sent for Mr. S. HcEaddy has been very bu&y and Fresh .' ,-' 1$
smile been! be EggsJ
: ghastly it must have ) talents for the evening. They were: publication last week. Evidently the for the past week transplanting egg- : CULS.Ti0Mrs0IPmpriecor._ "
'replied. :"Tbere are noreconcentrados Mrs. Pearl Hinson, Mr. ,Robinsou and by whom it was sent carried it plants and peppers. Mr. MoEaddy ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED ; .> tJr'
: t now." "Whatt! you do not mean they Mr. Brown. Ice cream and cake were In his pocket three or four days for the has the best prospect for an early crop 6-17,h.fun-tf V ::..o;

are all dead!I" "Well" perhaps that served during the evening, the! cake reason that it was received in the post- of vegetables that we have seeD '", "i

best weeks explains back .I it, :And the only Red a Cross few being a'gift from Mrs. Perry and Mrs.I office Saturday night and delivered to Judge P. W. White, one of the best > .. ; if.
Kirk. )(unroe. the METROPOLIS Sunday morning in a : friends of this community, was here C. CONE ;' 1'
to land of
permission a shipload
-- pronounced the evening a condition.ED. "
Everyone badly worn and much soiled Wednesday inspecting his Tahiti lime '. l'
without first .
: paying $60,000 great success, and the library is beni- .) The I. "'
grove. Judge was highly pleased '
duty. There may'be Jfflod individual tecl Tthelum of $S2.! The sum *
visited with the of bis trees. Blacksmith and i
4' Spaniards, but taken collectively they On Sunday we were : by a appearance ;
realized $88.80 the being
was expenses
3. seem actuated with hellish barbarity. UJu.t at-presentthe library much needed and refreshing rain. Capt. Fulford has about three acres 1\ ,
only .
-. Satan is a saint Jo comparison with association I is paying rent for a small Mr. Ericsoii and wife came out for a of very nice pines, most of them beingof

i .fueb acts. Dr.Congesto also criticisM inconvenient room over Peacock &' drive Sunday and spent the evening the Red Spanish variety. The Captain Wheelwright.Janiage . ....,' .....

Gen. 'Torsi for .the surrender of Ban Son's store,which they hope sometime with Mr. JV. Johnson and family. has great faith in pineapple cul .. .< ,_'. ._&,_ .AI1\
; _) tiago. He said: '"If,t _General..bad exchange for a building that shall We had the pleasure of shaking ture. All Kinds of Wheels( ': i1

\ ;t only gone' forward :instead of retreating include library room, free reading bands with Prof. Burgess on Saturda$. Miss Willie Otwell, of Bahia, Bre- Baggy and Wagon Repair Shop.

: he would,'hare won." Exactly. rooD1,'aod! lecture hall, for our people He was out'on'a proapebting tour and vard county arrived Saturday wight For Sale Rent .: "

No one knew better than General Toral are readers and thinkers as well as reports he found thirty scholars in this ,and opened school Monday with a good All or .. ..
promptly and..substantially ;
that if he only went forwarl lie would I workers, and that they are both anx-e immediate neigbborbood. Prof. Bur- attendance. Patrons and pupils are neatly, V : _ _
.win-but the going forward. Ah Ithere's ious and willing to'work' for, such a gess has purchased five acres of pine loud in praise of the new teacher.Mr. done, and. satisfaction given r_; .J<-. _,: #,
the rub. shown by tbe land and will likely build and .J. G. Scholer is that 5-17 h.fs-m .
purpose... was ,amply very now happy 2: :J':!
If anything happens,to McKinley or happy,'well-deserved gathering of men' locate among us. Glad to have the he has bit son with him. Since the \ i" '
i Lee before the next Presidential election ana women that' crowded the Ferry Professor. Intelligence and educationis death of his mother be has lived with 1 'VJ'

1 what would be thematterwithBouaeveltandWheeltr house onFriday evening.MisslMarjory what we. are looking for. his grandparents in St. Paul/Minn. : .... It.' 1

for a ticket.'" :.,Borers treated her Mr. Rollin Padgett pent Sunday Young Mr. Scholer expresses himself I QOtotheMiirami ,C& .::
with' his brother-in-law Mr, J. w. as pleased with this of Florida "i ; ." "'i'1'' !
ii' Mr.. B. E. Kellyr a' youngsterling -fi 'D.Of friends and admirers the other after- being part "'
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qQ&1Itt"and quiet,Industrie :nodnlfo a watermelon cutting out 'on' Johnson.Mr. . but says it would be much betterif "d .c '

: ous habits, recently .arrived* In the I the end of the Yacht Club wharf. The Bradox. is going to\ cultivate, the crop of mosquitoes was not so ==
Grove 'after an absence I of 'several; Commodore and'Mta. 'Ralph Monroe; stake and prune fifteen acres of tomatoes great. V Drug Slope ,>. "fW

mouths,'on a visit't0'AuldLang Sync Mr. Gall'and.Mr. and Mrs.Boggs were by himself. This community is not on any boom, V 4s t f.g.;, '1
: in the State of North, Carolina. We her V V V but is enjoying healthy ....!". .
guests. Now that the Orange Ridge people a steady, For cool ptrklng! 8od_Water,and, .g" '
welcome 'Mr. Kelly:,back and are ,Bev. W. W. Paris will conduct services are using our 'road in going totind growth. 'New settlers are coming Cmah Fruit left .>' :

-- always glad to have the best of the ":at the. :Methodist church next coming. from Miami is the time for the every week. The Douglass Bros. arrived Pare Drags and Toilet Article .,
: Fine line of Sutionerr, ( and
c,,,,, bone and sinew of the )andabide 'with Sunday; at 10.80 a. m. and 7 p. m. commissioners to assist us in keeping from Suwanee county.' Several Tobacco Special attention glTen = '9P.toc
us.. .)(Mr."Boggs is making extensive plans i up our public highways. \ truckers arrived from Lake county i a to the compounding of Preocrlp- .-' .:t.f
-t. A. F. Martin- who is well known,in for his residence which.is to be built, I Judging from the amount of fertilIzer few here.days since and will V try their luck tioni. V, V x.. : -General' Repair" ,WorkSatisfactorily : .. .

t both tbe Grove and-Miajml: and:who tbU! wIt r'so It Is said/'on his bay Mr.C. E. Scott has been hauling MAMI DRUG CO &

looms way op'r.bore. tbe common ordinary front lot, a',very"beautiful situation he will make the banner tomato crop' ,. ; or.

'- mortals, baa. returned to tbeattractions Justsouth'of Mrs. Moore's place, .and A carriage with two strange but faifaces BISCAYNE BSIEFLETS. Belcher Block, Done. ::J

't ", of the Groveaftercruis1dg north of Captain Simmons'" drove Prairie 1H7.t-b.'I-m .I1-I"-c.a ,
: among/tbe.West India Isle and mak. The peopl of, the Grove, are really afternoon.Mr. over our Sunday..... ; There has been a decided sprucing V V _,, ZV
;*' 'ingr"'dasb at Cdba;and .PortoJRico; interestlnsr-themselves in. the roads, up among our young bachelor
basking, in'the"smiles of'tbe dark and it will ;not be lone now before Collins residence is very near recently. We wondered what all this : '
senoritas and tatting tbe.dellgbts of completion and he expects to move his TOWNLEY
Cocoanut Grove can boast of good grooming meant and by camping bn BROS.
tropical pleasure' and wanderings, we roads IfleteiyV direction.' family out here within a week or o. Jim Bubel's trail found out. Its the ; ,.' .:
j' find him back among; bis old anrroand-r We are sorry to say that our enterprising new school mam. -.
Those who remember and there will t HEADQUARTERS FOR : I
fnp,Iperbapefanable to tell :blmelf.what ( neighbor, Mr. John Hooks, Is ,
1"1' :Miss Maude O'Bencbain
I : l lL be many) Miss Lulu Beardsley, will be opened our
;my teriouapower draws Jhimhltberward confined to his residence suffering '
interested hear that invitations are district school on Monday. Mia and Blank' Js.
bas resumed
Anywiy be with the jaundice.. O'Benchain is most ,
a charming
I out for her wedding which will take young
his old accustomed.place at MotherPerry's'and : r Messrs.Douglas and Berry,who have, lady and will become ..< .'
-.i.. place on:October,16, at',Grace church, very; ,; "
'" appears lopremely CooT formed a partnership for the in / Specialty mnde of the .
New York:city.. She will msrry Mr. purposeof popular both society as. very \ .
: tented and happy'aa be looks tbe afldV ..
.; :.ca o'er. - Henry Ware Eaton, a young lawyer of raising tomatoes, planted their seedbed teacher.. Finest Lines ofc Stationery. .
"' !' New York and the,.couple will resideIn on Monday. This section is very short on mofs V
V' ( :::A gallant pair -our'youugmen" ,' New York,bat promise their friends Mr.Fritz and family are expected to ture. We ned rain very badly The 1or1da.

v .McKntt and' bteffle, after/figuring and on the Bay a visit. some time this next arrive' In a few days and will make There is leas water in- the Glades now' Finest COLD DRINK ESTABLISHMENT ia\ Sooth I :1 ;:

: ., ,planning; decided* :to combine forces! ; winter.Tbepapeicouidnot.. t Alpsttab Prairie their .home in .the than for three years at this season. -j-t, *.
; rent:a,claim and'go t4f'tlie starch '
Medicines and
-V V ,'( .business,and stew mornings back they have gone :to future.- Miss Mamie Douthit is .visiting now Drug; ChemicalsToilet! ;r \
last w with: the wish regardIng Our enterprising' and industrious in Virginia. She will not return V ;
: .could -be",'IeeD;wJtb.: agonload,of press Fancy Goods Cigars i1a'Tobaccos; dfr V i
.,0(' .iproTlslons;.borsei' feed and :camping the path Jeadh1KlIp to the Housekeepers friend, Mr. Cheatlty, has quite a home until Deernbor.V V V -
f? 'utensils weDdlngtbeir"aYlOuthwant. Club before that organization banana farm and working hard daily Mr. Ed. Knowles has one of the most wholesale. ,
.. .had.arman' at,''work making a, path preparing for a large tomato crop. -4 .
: '....Ata point: not far from-Cutler.they complete oontie starch plants:in this V
",.-!., will *pitchr their tent and"oOmm Dee, which:only goes .to' prove ,that great : Mr, DeVann who intends to prac- motion.Jle and his father have E3-CarefuI Preparation. Prescriptions.

-' wperatlona. Success! .rto'; jrou.'Tonngmen. minds run in tbe same direction.- '" We :. lice economy of labor, is putting all experimented with coon tie until they V_ V tV ., .. __ ____ _s-21-trus V ; SI
:f :: ... Industry'perseverance,sobriety congratulate, the l dfea. ; : bit fertilizer. the land before _be are now able to get *V barrel of stare! I "n--r--1V----"" _t. _' V ..:, L:""

I '.' _,and! ,honesty will surely'win..:' j plants. iron three barrels' of roots, about

V ''. :A.J. Palmer has5a"tea )'otlat. "aleek ... LI1TONWGIO.- -. : Rev. Ur..Tucker" Co. were harrowing double the ordinary yield... .
-'f Vf_, -' > V *
: '\, .".Fm IH. :When::not : in; use they are 'F. 8. Dewey wasjn- .town:Thursday.VBlaekmer V their six-acre farni last Saturday.Mr. Thf'fe.will. be a largely increased *\

V V", .,,'generally tied'tn the.open, abed.._ The 'Hayden have sold their Baiby's new'residence is'nearly acreage pUntel! I in tomatoes here this Distilled Water. *- Filled *
V V ,._ 4JQideiPmpt1y -
''ekeeters-were I bad V and one of them pineapple plantation Swinton,Avenue comp!eted. r season, and we are already speculating

o' .....j ':undertook to'scratch this'ear with his :to 8.'J; Lane.' ':,Mr. Lane has also Mr. Lawrence Hay isn't saying a as to what price we may hope to get for

V ','. V:'foot-go'r.thebalter.under hieshos.andbrew.h1wseif: : "uJtbt onr. or bought".land. ''..for, orange.. . lemon and word but pecking away just. the them. ,\ V Miami Ice Co., 'Forest Lake, Mgr* V
1 : *
; 'laW "
: e.
peach trees. > A " !
r'across a plaQk.standiogup; edgeways: of The METROPOLIS is up to date in the twvbf Vt (
Moss and brother-in-law
Innf 1ii kariIIwholsto Mr. ,
V : ;:;MIss teach V
When:discovered there, he ,was baip'less V execution of Job printinr.
here this arrived Orange Ridge,. paid .us a ling visit
.. and badly"scared, but luckily-not year; Friday night..School last I V .v_ .
: V 1erIous1j1njure&rMoralBuild opened Monday morning with VVlie.
: : tight V
: .,_. ;stables 'and.put in_screen,.windows a good attendance.;v.1 '- . : Hy>Gauzeman informed year No Right to Ugliness. -
*.. j\,two sides,for yourinffering animals.) .Dr,3..: B.lPotter .came'5 ;down' from correspondent that he intends to stake Tie woman who is lovely in face fotm

V- "* iCapt/dlbsonr with scbooner i Harris"' Palm,;Beach' ,Friday night to,see R.'B.MHlborn and prune his five'acres of,tomatoes.OJTJ8 one and who temper would will always be attractive have friends most..kee bUt : E. L. Brady &"Co.Groceries -
who has ill the
V ros.arrive&fromKcy; )Vest on:the of the -.- ;IOG JNG .abe health. U aba w weak, sickly and aU .
part summer
V .Id wltb over200 barrel fmUizer..Xr : : ? '
; run down she will be nervous and irrita-
; Powell and.Dr.Jackson.were tbe heav ; James-,E.: Chambers. ,of Therelia, The schoolhouse ,is near completion,, ble. If she baa constipation pr kidney,
iest' purchasers. 'The 'whole'load:this pent Saturday at West ;Palm Beach thanks to the interested patrons of the trouble her impure blood will cause : Grain flay_ and Garden Seed. .

V 4th inst.has been -dIsposduand the -oH.niyaen wen tap' to-Palm Bea h I school and efficient aid and contributions pimples, blotches, akin eruption aadret.cb i V

_- ; Captain' returns--to-day loaded,,with )[ondai"moralngretumlng.oD'tbe"eDI" \ i of.tbe"worthy men of,Ojus. .- (compUxion. Electric Bitten

; .starch and passengers. .;lIe.-returDIla: -,train.,:On Tuesday morning' Miss Willie M.,; well, our teacher, 'is tbe beat medicine in the world to retru : MIAMI AGENT FQR MAPEST FERTILIZERS. *
about with ,
: :' days more fertilizer.' he startedJor-Saginaw, Mich. arrived Saturday night and opened late fitomacb, liver and kidneys and to ,
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'Our" new school teacher;Mrs,W.:.E. -7i Afsmi1y: 'from:'Hallandaler" school Monday:'morning at 8:30 with bnnfy the blood. It girea atroDg nerves, V"S
V-; V ';- :Hendry, opened school for,tbe present through*bere: last"week'oJ"belr; way ten :"pupils. .She.;says Ojus is a fine bright eyes, smooth, velvety, akin, rich We and rail Fancy tbe GrooerKa attention, of Fruit tbe crd[*oi rnoj>le of Prodartxot Bar Blucayn all*to kiDd.i our ttnckof lso oar SUpl stock

"...on: Monday.:- Shale stopping:at,tbenn to Lake county.' y V place_and has an appropriate name.. complexion. It will make a go c1.look- of Grin, Lfa y. Bran, 04 lion &sd)hnt Ground food, and Wbeat. '

-V ,:* .. '.. -,. ;=.,: :. .;M. K.Lymani.> clearing ;'the. lot I ?There will be meeting of tbe'citii ing. cbarmlDg'OmftD of a run-down In. I' We are the only! hou* on Huj Hi*-*jnet.l* liD4 exclusIvely) In tk .boT. '
"A 'of'the *. : V of town in-tbe schoolhouse valid. Only 60 cents, at Townley Bros.. line of goodc. We buy dose and will tell PMW*. WelnrU*your correapoad- V
gathering clans:or, at leaatth between) :Boynton andAiken. streets i zeus our V V
: drn ati re. .21-6-26 ii o\ sues and solicit your patrnita5e. Very trolyV E. BRADY & CO,
tyonnger portion'of:'.them; :took north of Atlantic avenue. --He has bad next Sunday 2 p. m.,for the purposeof -A-TLfim V .- -- V V V V V
,i i :place on the-.night.of .die'l4 at tbe the '''Belden boose moved on'to the lot organizing a.Sunda1scbool. which .
,Perry.Bouse. The object'appeared to and intends to'epalraocJ. peintit, will be a great improvement. We hope Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers for V V V -
'be' fun and.Jollity audt6bis.kea aliwlil attend. V Sale. .; ;
few ;{".The": Llntbn scboolnouae' Is going to J. '
V "dollars ;forutbe: beoeflt-of' :,tbe library hate an.'.organ.-; 'Over half.tbe 'The bachelors of Ojus being full of A Abbakas Egyptian Queen, Golden i iI
: ;-fund/.:Of.coarse;: the fan was last.and baa been raised and as one.money. wityeryfewexoeptions energy and push we bope to see many Queen Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne
furious,and neither the blues;nor the ;: .seems 'glad to neat cottages presided over'.by equally and Red Spanish. Apply to .
'mesquitoeOulddAmpen, JDttbe IIADDOCK &:; MATTHJMS, ,
VV give - leastr'and:over$20 was added to the "Palm Beacb Pinery," Miami,City and Connty: S
; aU'y' |
the : Tbe farmers
) : sIngingWe bope :t6 have the : are busy preparing -
,'ibrary fund ', JfV. ... 'A West Palm Beach }Ia.tf.b.1..mo .
organ"-In'the. school:house by a week for the "ipter'erops of tomatoes
.r -**".Cspt.4CALE4FlIoCullK V *. _ __ _______
.' f >brought njofwiterrnelOflsTneldky from next Sunday." :1 : egg plants and peppers, besidesall V V Real Estate
V V.4 1oad from the' "')[elln:*:>Fenno, Obambers"L"man, kinds of vegetables for table use. Laid'lor Bent .
/Cedars j\"A handsome one inn donated .
; Rowan, M. K. V -{ :to ye scribe and made-"" good. feast*for went LoWest Palm Beach on '.Tuesday tations are springing- rapidly and to rent. Address P. O. Box 215 A select list of Bay Biscayne ptopt'lrti"City: -
sIxpeeeonsV *' ,. ,,,. ': on the'steamer, Eclipse to take part ID. before long' Ojus .will be'a. land of Miami, Fla. r' 5-19-lm-hss .. and Vegetable tracts of all ,sizes for

; -'Rev.MBiikbnrncIated at ths the election:; V T-L: V '- plenty' ,.not only in.name_but,in feal-! FLA."S

:-X.tbodIstchurchTmoruIug and eyeingonut CTbe colored i school:'teacher' arrived lty. V : V t" Bocklea'a Amies'Salve.TH Phosphate and Orange" Qrove< _La
,tions:: were preaeut.At Snuday.congrega night the -* in_town, ..Friday night.; .}' lJ \ >:){t'.'Fre)., .'Morse of Miami was a *'BEST &L YB in the world for cats For corrMpondeoc enclose.

: andearnes4 peetorwas'veryJmpresaiva i. . -, cl: .';,..' welcome yisltovltonday last J i iMr. braises, eoree,"ulcers,salt rheum fever _
AGENT -- -
; fioreo, tetter chapped'hands,chilblains -
7 'and'wounds'up.bis.sermoq f with 'TTEBIvERLLcoNIc8: : Tom Peters of :Lltttfc River wa* '
: : corns, and all akin eruptions, and .DOS:- & CO. AIRMOTER
here after the of his .
$ appealtoVall:: to( lead a .better life
,Three among the best and most Popular ?1Miu>Helen?Bnrfhas tnriieA; ; farm Monday.lie;, expectto: build t ta in lively cures piles or no pay required. n F .rliiz) ra, Cbicngo, 111.Avenue ,

of-the-Grove's. ':younger"people.went Washington, D. C.wbere; she has,been very short'time. 't' 'V \ is guaranteed to give' perfect satisfaction '
V .
D Bank MIAMI :
25 over ,
refunded. Price cents
or .
money V V .
.. / visiting for several rnontbs.V < :V ssn. B 'mond'l Dd' "W. V V
} 'M '
/orwarduodgavs-tbeic asking :. Solomon box. For sale bv TownIe Bros., 6-21-6-28 17.tf-Lf.m V V .V \\t V V V > V V
;;; .;forthe prayers of all..:.to help them be '"Mrs. Brossler is expected back fromJacksonville Douglass are welcomesettlers of,Oja J : : r ; : _; _

V :Christians..., gftsap It'o<': : .
r' :PinehMtfrSWH: ibowIngsbients Messrs.:Spifey and Padre aieiachhoildtutbearan&cznnmodloue brothers of J.,Wl Douglass. = :w .. .V ; ,V : .f.

:: :, of bean. . .. .. . .. ,
V .,'Thesaleot: .-seedsJslively.. <. t on-the river bank., Cards are: not i lout V thrIving*. ':. .,r*:__4. ;_ ..::?.R-:<* ::',. '* -*- .:'..jc. liRA'CTICAL 'JEWELER:
-- .;..> -- ',. -- V, yet.: ', -iV_: ,- : V ,V ':Mi.Safer, Little River,"will toovehh. ',REALEsTATEr : :

f. The"fall-season at'CocoannttGrovewas ,:L.. a Littlefield has built large c and .,Tamily here next: weekbishOulbe1guearlycornpieted. ..' , -
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V ..\....' very i successfully..and Ppleasa tly i convenient( packing house. tn-which to V 'TH. *-_.,r >I ,-"... '_, ......"__ .'. --', -'1..:; "-' : :D : i):;
Opel 1VJ 8. '"rratnm.ntTeu.lu. handle his crop this .';nter. ;:.r.: ,.i .Helton c ipita; rto fetut'- CUTLER., .DAD&CO.. ;FLA. ? t. p: r,..;

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