Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: October 21, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00632
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
 Related Items
Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN DREAMS !I I MIAMI MINCE MMT.Na.a.Y I tarmoad.Tor of prleti n all*.on' kinds Wire N.WDr addrau and K. Poultry W.M9-tf-tnci Anud.n.8upliM i T: :"' : .. : ..: t";,1 -i.'j. ",:;;'


Forty-eight hours of continuous hard ... 1{. '
2 rain resulting In the precipitation of , .: -t

L Minor Miscellaneous Miami Mitten nearly a foot of water on Wedne llay. ,, (." '101
Mentionei and Thursday has relieved the cbn- !. h;, fN r! Y 1',
Modestly
New Dress.Goods-New Silks gested condition of drouth from which IDEAL'Dry I. i
we have suffered of late, and diminished < 1.
It won want Xfgi ALt UM time,boy ft trio of the accumulated deficiency;: of \ R ? ?
my Wbito Leghorn iron\prlcu sddraa X. W. rainfall for.the year. .. ,
Anuden. Orm ndo na. 5-19-tMwol
The pride and and inspiration of this business rests largely l upon The name of our new village "Ojus". The third quarterly conference of
i$ Dress Goods and Silks. Wizards of the looms have created Is a seminole word and when translated Biscayne Bay charge M. E. church :

I* '- gems of fabric art for the woman world.The peerless weaves means "plenty." I south will be held at
r and designs are here, andOctober J. W.1 Ires and S. Harrington, I Sunday ol and Sunday Monday.conducted Preaching the services Go ds Comp r' &
newly acquired citizens of '()JUI, .were by presiding >
elder Rev.C.
In the city Tuesday. A. Saunders. Busi- ra,
ness session
yi Monday afternoon at s
L. R. Ord, civil engineer for the F. p. m. ,
, Monday E. C. has been in the city this week ..
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All kinds ,;
of cool -
drinks
at fountain '
our -
a guest at the Biscayne. at the Arcade restaurant and Are the Leaders of Low Prices : .

3t y, Re,.C.Fred Blackburn will preach in fruit stand. 6-21-8m-fcl and ', ,
V.. be city Sunday 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. are also the Leaders ofSTYLED : '" : ;" '
24. Sunday school at 8 p. m. The writer made the distance to .jf't"I..
The Rev Dr. Paris left thin.. Japt. Filer's place 2J miles up the Bay -: .r ,
morning ..
Wheel ':
Sunday in good time the :
OD a three weeks' vacation to be spent; new rock road; The rock was over sum : \ FASHION." .-',: r
at points on the East Coast. !! 7 x
: iently worn down to make the road / :: l
i1 I Mrs. J. B. Robarts is improlnK810wly good'riding. The road would bue6een "
from her recent; injuries by the pushed through as far as Buena ,
S'URPR1SE ST ORE explosion of a gasoline stove. Vista this week had it not been for!theongcontinued In order .to convince you of the above iJlcf.: :' :

Seperate table for ladies at the rain. r,
Arcade restaurant and fruit stand.5218mfcl C. E. Davis from his CocOAnut Grove we invite you to make Jan, inspecting tour:;"pf. ;:\ < ;;= _

iurseryon our beautiful. Fall' and Winter Stock :
Saturday last brought to andi. :
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B. 0. Jester, formerly a tailor of this the :MzTBOPOLia one dozen Tabite .. '''.r; ;
>F : will open the season of '98 and '99. city, was burned ont at the time of the limes which weighed three pounds. especially our ,:. ', -). -
fire at Daytona a few days,since. .They' are immense fellows and are : wq:

W. D. Albury and family of Planter entirely seedless, and were gro wn .
a Dress Goods came up by schooner Wednesday'andre upon a bud only eighteen months old Exquisite Line' of :Millinery. .c- :3 ,j
a Department. stopping in the city for a few days They now lie upon our desk and present .,,
At the a pleasing sight. ,.
Baptist church next Sunday .
.a 20 HI'pieces- U imported.. N'onltrluitlogl h. C cc at |lJiO per..yard.' Her E.B. Farmer of Lake City will M. E. Edwards, late steward of the For the'week beginning. ;.: ; ;;
'1315 conduct services both morning and U. S. coast survey steamer G. S. Blake,
a 18 U Ie Ie. ". $1.00 ;.," evening, las removed to the city with his family
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'U cc Scotch Plaids at $1.00 + Mrs. Emery, wife of the Southern from Philadelphia and will be engaged
2 Latest Designs Black CrepoDI at '1.00 per yard. Express Company's maDaK'erarrived in Hoefer's bakery in the Hotel Miami :
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6 _" Rlch.Coert: Cloths and !cycle 8ultings at'L26 per yard.. here Sunday night after several weeks'. block. The steamer Blake| left Havana Monday :
1. 8well Prima
Donna Suitings a160 and $l.()() per pr 4. absence and is at the Biscayne. harbor only 20 minutes before tbe
10 'vPlain-mnd :Figured All Wool.Sailings at 850 " steamer which .
bore
General Lee
16 .'. Ice cream and cake 10 to tbe
\ Brocadine8n tingsatl5operiyard. .,.. cents at the
United States
at the outbreak '
Fine Arcade restaurant and 'frnlff: -stand. of tbe :
Y Victory Taffeta Linings at 80o. > 'J',1
,5.21.8m':fcl C. war left that harbor.J. (

; / \ Silk A. 0. Unruh and his nephew 'H. B. M. Ellis of Waterbury, Conn., the ', _
; .Department.: HUber of Green Bay, Wis. are two of city of Yankee clocks arrived at the We will cut the riceq out ell l our FalliStock : ; f-
,_.Fine Blgck l Taffeta Silks at.76c, yard' the new residents of Little Rarer Where Miami Wednesday night. Mr. Ellis ;
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,','Colored ;: 0d per**, ,they are truck farming. Mr. Huber has a home just below Cocoannt Grove for we are overloaded, and will give you.the; "U 'w- .- f
There
Black Duchess Satin at $l.6 jrtrd.. spent yesterday in the city. be spends the winters as a relief -
per for bronchial troubles. He has induced BIGG'ESTBARQAINS OF YOUR LIFEIV 1 ; -
Black Ores Grain Silk at IoU per:yard. Mrs. Thos. Seale and child of Day- -
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'Black'Figured Silks t ona are at the a lady artist of national repute ; :- : '
Suiting atl.OOperyard.is ()( Conolly where Xl'. to ? ,
the 1
patterns Figured Waist Silka at roc and $1.00 per yard., Seale, one of the.Ft E. C. conductors, is benefit spend of similar winter in Miami for the i-1
rk Complete_ ,Line>Percallne and Taffeta Linings to match.Domestic . boarding. Mr. and Mrs. Seale Will arrive atan afflictions.. She will LOOKATTH' !' ":;
hereafter make their home in Miami.A. early date. -, 4 *<:l. A
) Jtment E. Kerfoot has engaged to drive In order to reduce my stock of trees : ; { .'
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p : the delivery wagon for H fef's new before fertilizing my nursery next 5,000 yards "beautiful l Silkerltien in new ;;;" ''' .
47 pieces Checked Akoskeag Gingham at 6|c"-per yard """; "". bakery and hopes to merit tbe patronage month, I will sell choice grapefruit, ., 7
,1 88 M Fine Sea Island Percales at 12Qi ", of his former friends in that lineas orange Persian limes, and lemons at patterns and shades,will go at -. fe;; "1
, 40 *t American Blue well as'new comers to Miami. *. to cents .each. Danny Tangerines at r,
Calicos, Fall Styles, at 6c It 10 '
yards Mattress
?a 16 !*.. .Figured Red Calicos at 6c per jard. '. 1, ., The'Cocoa is not known 'as a swift ro cents.. This offer!good for 80 days good:: Tick.i fore -: '-, ,75c t; ? : "'{;;

r 4' 60 :New Outing Flannels at lie per yard. ; ailing vessel, yet upon her recent trip only.Florida U.; E. Davis, Cocoanut Grove, 10 yards good Feather Tick for $iJ2Bjr t.:
: 18 to' 6-24-2t-ycl : >:J.! '
Qailtlngalicoe'at 70"'u Jacksonville 't
y : w -. : for repairs she made '" .
78 dozen American Hack Towels for 25c."J .f \ ,,, he entire distance of 400 miles in 89 The'METROPOLIS Invites the attention --I -
w 87 pieces Fall' Style Dress Ginghams'at' 10 and 12c.per yard: :" hours, an' average speed of. 16# knots of its readers to tbe following new V- 'i :4 ; .
'f ,22 yards 4-4 Unbleached Cotton f or$LOO. __ an boor. a idvertisements which appear in this t r.
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e' .Good Cotton.Crash for.25c. Bananas at the issue: .. . i -} ,; ,
cheap Arcade
r ," 'r .U'- 4:4 Fruit:Cotton for $1m. : ..... and fruit stand. 6-21-Sm-fcl restaurant W.'M. Bnrdine & Son,one column. :,"z-: :..1 .

',,28 26 ***t Pure Fun..lzed'PiIlow.Linen Towels 6.fo \26c. ..... .' .. W.II. Brokow,.of tbe Apopka Citizen John Sewell, two columns. At wholesale prices by the 'single;one. (Big: ': :... : 1-i
Cases,64o per pair. *.. The Surprise Store, two columns. r :.
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"'_.: ,.,' .+i 12 dozen FnU-Sized Sheets at We per pair.! /: ,. '. \. spent two days in Miami this week a The Ideal Store one and one half colDmna..wltb . St k.. .' '!> ; .' .r'.os 1-t'j .-"'.,,9oc -
8 pieces Table Felt, or u811e 010 &" . guest at the Conolly. He is very much side < : ,
ce \ at head.
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lL 60c.-per J.rd.- v : .:
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r 4 '" pleased with Miami, and our section ---- '71i ,..
Good _
40-inch "
; Scrim it .". '
Curtain .Oc per yard, :' 1 will Anthony Bros., one-half column. ,..
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Ladies'Underresssfor25c. .- J" .' get-some advertising when he -- .,.: J: tf
Mrs. P.
A. '
\ -: : iv Curry, professional card. Ladies' Crash Skirto .... r
: returns to bis at. ..
.g9cladlett 'V"
Flannelmt
Outing
: paper. L. tbia :
Big. Lot of Blankets and Comforts Just recelried. '. : x J I u. eal8 -j: .; ;;

.. ., .' interest AF. Lang of T. B.'yesterday Bobarta purchased in tbe Miami the I' north Work of of and grading near out the the foot river of Avenue front Shirt Waists, at:.,....,>-,.48c' .' Calicoes l ,the beet brands, "'t...vv.::w.5e/:' ,..... "

Clothing Department.'." L Drug Company and now owns the en 'I D ha*been'commenced. This will be Ladies Muslin Underwear:at a.....*.; Beautiful CbifonU, for:Shirty' will go'; : "

tire business. D. used for.dock and*warehouse 'for U. ..... .....,.... ,. .
C. Ruth who has .. ..... ..BIG-BARGAIN .
+ 'r6'100 pairs; Boys'" :Pants'at" 80c 16c per"pair. '. \ .; : " been t engaged as pharmacist. will con D. Hendrickson who is about to put on atthlaialeit.'will ....,. ...... .H.l04": " .j!
c tinue with Mr. Lang. a line of schooners in the freight business '

.,.,.x 1'r W 78'Boy." ',Suits u at 8 6c per iOc suit., ". .'' ....i." Mrs.Frank Gautier and' her two sons, Mr. Hendrickson between Miami-has and been Jackspnyille.engaged in BED ".QUILTSBEAUTIFUL . f' ..,....NEW-YORK pal this sale'cos at the. =, o "'*s

26 M. It.OO" ,. ; h Grovenor and David, who have been the freighting business between : c"
Lake
'** .: ji visiting '+for the past two weeks at the tee.
20 :
BLACK
,. Worth SATEENS
and
i ; 26 it j **- 'I. 'i6' **\ .' .... ." ;-,-" ,:: " ', home of'Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Gander, many years. Jacksonville He thinks he for sees a'good will go't, 9e.t, ..
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:+ : money "
-: : 27 irs Men's.'Pao'ta.' $1.18 per pair : .:'; :'( '. ,.\ ' left on Tuesday rooming's train for ID-eteDding.tbe business to Miami. ';. .' :i
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?f : Crescent,City, their home. : j ,
88 u. $1.66.TBetter _' ,', !" This sale will v 3f -
.j continue 'for the week .
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; Z < ,Grades of Men's. Pants at2r26t; o, $8.60, $4.00 andx.60 f. Good brands of cigars at the Arcade Dr. 8l. L. Lowery Tampa, 'repr'e.eDtlDg - : you come"*:; *
'r '. '- : : 1' ,, per. 1"-pair.; restaurant and'fruit stand. 6-21-Sm-fcl! the Germania Life; has been in on Monday COME WHEN YOU CAN, and we will" save=} ..,t'a ',;
\': Shoe : :-."";y. F. T.-: Wildman has the tbe city this week engaged in the business you money ; but you must remember that 'the first comer..geti.thepick -.*' _
,Department. : purchased of this company.. He 'settled the "of the /
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: bargains. .
Fort Dallas and will ; 5
Dairy continue to _: 'n' ;
claim of .. t ; "'"
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of
Mrs Julia
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.:, ,". 60 pairs $2.00 Oil Grain Shoes f Men at|1.f6; ? ; dispense the lacteal fluid of that pro Tattle who.'held :;$10,000 insurance D.lif i ..
76 "'.' .Red Star Working Shoes at $1.25 pair. duction to the Miami 'people. Mr. the Germania :
>, per ; upon her life- Mrs "TH
46 .J*. Men'a ) Wildman is a hard-working young matandydeservea'the E. I'D'E'A"I: : :
M! nkltoD'BaII at .
u' $1.00V. ,1];' Tuttle insured for 110,000() in the Ger , .....,
1. 4t he will
J- > 40 Ko-Ko patronage
Shoes at $1.40 A, .1'1; ,_ mania ,61-days: before she. died. She .. ..
: : tlOO H t.tBoya and Girls'.$1.76 Shoes at $1.26 ". 1' '. : s : receive.C. bad taken out $20,000()()( more which 12th Street Hotel . .4f!
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.* 40 '* Mrsses Oxford M. Greer opposite Biscaj ne. ..:
_ ''3 < x Ties at 85 cents-; u. T\ ,and Mrs. Greer returned would have gone'in force on Nov. 27 .
7' 86\Mi'; Wnit*Oanraa Slippers itss cents.it.., : : ,: Wednesday night from Kissimmee. had ibfUed until that time. At the 6-17.1r-U.." i-, : 1 .,;.: .
.7 f.-::S' 25u, "' Hen's Patent' Leather Slippers $1.86 per pair. ,-.- d" where tbewere called to the :zD Ladies Button Boots worth$1.75 bed of Mrs Greer's mother and'wbere in .. "' '
: per palrjor1.20; per palri'-. the' Equitable Life of New York : rt
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they1 have' been detained settling up would have lapsed and the tn >

''Geh1 J'f T* s t'"Y, 'RurnisHin'gslepa: ? : men some weeks.business, matters' for, tbree' or- four. the Germania'gone into force.! $20,000 Baby"Shoes in 1"cColo i; ?

: r-u* .i.Cw ''rt"-tf"V \ W. $. Dickinson of Tampa, a taxi- .If parties desiring tbell'.swill to be .. ...
: 100 Fine.Neglige i lrtato'CbOO8e.fromat'90 each.". \:" .)! !/ ,/-] \ dermist of mocb experience, located carted away will drop a postal card to --i1: <
fi dozen Good Undershirts 2io each. : -: '. .''"?: \.,'- r' .N ', in tbe Biscayne Block with Wolfe tbe William Brown be will lifetbematter .
r .. 1" '06 '** ;I>ra.endttoeaeh. t.--. .* \ v '. __ ,. \'" tailor; Mr. D.I. an expert in'his line prompt attention., 6-4-hr.-gs Beautiful, Line Soft Sole Shoes in : -f ? -
f6" Men's Fast Color Socks three pairs for 2Sc. ,'' ..v and will hereafter be classed i Cipta RO/'E. -
cit
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-100." ,u Handkerchiefs 8 for 26c., \ : ''.' as a'' n Rose of Klssimmee Button Lace .and Oxfords from:; a ; '
:;: zen of Miami. Still they come-more arrived In tbe ;s .
J 'Bi.Lot 8aa nden at 16e>achV ., city Sunday night and > ] ;
i :> :> ;/-J4ki: } and morel I
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.... ,\ ; been'looking after the,moving ot to Colors />;. .
z ..' "'. .Peaches'are. a. beautiful anithose" his family to Miami' zs&
? 'Andmanyothertbabve.wouLfm ntion..'v : : fruit next month:: He
: '[ f. .at-the'.Arcade'restaurant aDd has-'secured'one of tbe. ; d'.. : : > ;
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new cottages
tS-, ; V -.butJor thelackof! space.1 : :' < .- .
; .v l'"'i ->f i -1-v- !,,- "-S ' fruit stand are especially Try'them I being',built'on '18th 'Ureet -.and. will -/ ,
;Jj .j: .,_ :.\ ; : '; . : "- ". / -vf'n ': <, \ 6-21-8mifcl move his family into It as soon as com Assorted,. Shades in, ., :- : .4{ ;.' ,. ;. <
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c .' ; , Attorney Saunders" of Palm i pleted. 'Miami'iscontinually;; fortunate 1 -
=:Not. > afavor: ,notion' sentimental;gro urids'weme i ', Beach was.in the'city Wednesday u and especially in the removal -.c .& ,. :;-. ; '- > :\1 .

",> , ,1'f. ,to 'get';your trade ,by4eserving*it.s- ',' ,:t attorney for BelLoore Who killed 1 here of people. We can,congratu .". < -.. '" .':_ . ;
.'- r : ... __ WiU.Darbyv, Sunday night when he JateouneheaupoD acquisition of .ca."j'f: :: :- .
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: '"< .. . _: = % ,. , appeared'before' _Justice fo Cap :..Rosebtl estimable r ;. .
; : - : ;: Worlej t -:: .wife and at 35c. ''A fine" 'line
'' : of Soft .
,4Th :S'- S' commitment to jail to, await. the_ .action? accomplished'' daughter,'wbom many : Sole./i ; t .
; : .urnrlSe'J. 'ore ohbe'n4* jory. -. -.0 met:- .upon,.-the. :; occasion of their: BlackButtonTahd' Lace at ,25c. vW ,
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[: 7. ,.- -' :\ .. ; "i . / C.-W;Gardner*,and,'daughter' Pear recent visit.here August.: "'Captain . :j.

,..;....,. . i"t';. ; __, ; ""'., J1f. .,, J_ _ f. -: ,_ r. ::.'_" ;' ,.. ,; arrived from New\York Sunday nigtit.Miss Bose states, that. his:'present visit has .kii.'Y
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-c no-connection '
," Pearl,will witb bls,business
hereafter
with
'mrJce b;r ;
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''" Just in at .
\' :l"Q J'-'W: ,2 tbe Florida'.East.Coast' peep our beautiful eJections, .
: ,.. : ST :S' : <1';, home,with her parents.in"Miami and ; Drainage : : ,
:. i '." .' ... 1 .'':1') f .I -<;{ -.- " : : will add one more;tothe'oonstantigrowing V Sugar Oomp&Dlf'he'.lrDpIT comes'.t'locate : :"- : '
:. /::3.5' C.,, rXI MAI't.IES.I :. 8; : "' 1'ro"1: :. .. list of charming young ladies ;: J famp/i.: 'Tret ft would seem : ,7-.i.1/
< !+ ; -. .i '-f..1. t prJet1 r! with which_ ,Miami I !Is feTOred.;; s X0; :1, as though Capt:Kose's removal 'of'hi g .VANTHONY.BROS7MEEGHANTS. ; .-'

:.: ,, .....-:.. ,, n g rt. : : '" l:,... '. : , \7 b';: L'.Call and" see latest;improvements (i e family-argued ,for-good toMiaml: in .: -:
elL -aI. connection ,
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: -----" ,. "" .bicycles,80-U. cb. ,wheels, at Greer's.> ;drainageof- : ; ; f -. Tttl.
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4'..il.m I. ": .. f '..y speecJal, J buinest uc, present. fir Ai& 3ulllln(] -- '

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"" 'Th liImi:, fi : Ilr In a business way without any worry ; ... 4

M 1eftopolis. to themselves as to results. It ift financially UndertakingEmbalming ? .

"+,f rs' able to back up its accounts and
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discount its bills. It i I. making money {
pcaLIIIBED IT3a .
for its owners and making it fast, and "
The Bay Biswyne Publishing Company ,
it don't care who knows it. It has no

;y : MIAMI, DADE COr TY. FLORID.L \. dirty linen to wash or grievances toentl1ate. MattingCrockery- ]

It believes that molasses
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The most Southern Newtpiper published on
x the mftlaUud ot the United Starer at the catches more" files than vinegar, therefore -
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--.mOlt------..o. -thera rsllffs terminal...... -----, it has no enemies to wallop or

'd Entered: In the Poctofflre at Miami, Florida, miserable flings to launch upon the ,

"at""",i>vonil-cla,,,,- matter people. It to treat one man ? f
proposes : ; :
Baby
" a: Subscription Rate. Carriages r- .
On .... .....12.008lx just as nicely as any other and to treatall.well r11 .
'LT moutlin Isar ...: .::::.:::::. :.::::::::::...... 1.00: l without; consideration as to the -:-. '
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$ r Tbone paring ID advance receive a year'iinbwrlpltou positions the-yltJa hold. The MTKOPOLia -
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fm SJ.50, six months sub-
--s.aedttton for\75 cents. This Is a liberal discount does not reiterate its position here r

y, Jo Induce strictly advance payment because it fears people do not understand . Refrigerators ..ji Window Shades FYI.

Advertising Rates. it, but simply to call their atten- I

SIKQLB. ..OKK ONE THREE SIX OXEcOXIf' tion to the fact that it is standing by \ ... .
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: .K. HO. MOL HO8. TEALnches. -
'I __.11 oo 1200: 8400 fsoo fioooS its guns and doe not propose to be lei '" '. 4 '. } 'If..,. .P Jf ti
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driven The writer has had .. .
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a Inches. I U) 400 800 1500 25 00 away. a c :j .... '"
;! 'Inches././. 00 800 1000 18 00 so 00 good time during his 27 years of news- Gasoline ; Q .., .. ..C/ ; R.U(3 S ":' : "
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Sin (Vie ol) 4 00 S SO 1* 00 21 Stovesu 4, i' ; : ,
..., 450 800 14 00 24 00 42 00 paper life. He likes the newspaper ,
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T Inches... &00 tOO 16 OU 87 00 4900 sa ;jrotn3STO !TBS CHAP 'WHO BROUGHT THE BOBBIES DOWN ; t' : ,',
k' ,.8 Inches... ISO to 00 IS 00 MOO MOO business first rate. It Is a pleasure to \. ON WE 'ON&. AfUS YOUr -- '. : '',? ..
. : 8 inches. 800 11 00 2000 3300 6000 do work. The newspaperman \ :, :
wjaHcii( ) 700 woo IS 00 saw MOO newspaper < : L ,',
0 '/ .. 8 ro 13 CO 20& 00 It 00 7200 who is successful and deserves iKIX > 3XTO ,, >\
vvBut
12 Inches... 880 1500 20 Ou 4200 'lII 00 : f1. : ( 1:
i 18 Inches... 900 1AOO MOO 4500 8400 success pays his help pays bis bills ,- -.
l'inches,., 16* 17 oo 8000 48 00 000 promptly does business upon well- : ) L : i
Inchea... 10 oo m oo 82 00 si oo MOO
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r is 17 inches.Inches.., .. 11 10 00 so 2000 It 00 8800 84 00 57 MOO 00 101 10800 00 established business principle: ,is about I' am the chap that brought in lots of FURNITURE by the -3: ,

s 3 181nehee. 11 M 2100 38 00 W 00 113 00 the best-treated" most-appreciated and "\+. r
19 Inches..."1200 ft 00 40 00 8308 11800 happiest'mortal, to be found, works "
a, ,30 In.OCOI) It eo 2800 4109 G8 00 HI 00 carload to sell so people won have to further for .anything"they : ;i ;
g'C Local reading notices 7 cents per line. hard and eats and sleeps w fl. If be possesses .. ,
fr deviation from these rates. ,
u OssWNo

? r-... -'j the most the miserable opposite attributes of all mortals be is about, the want in my line., Call or write. ; ' ' ." .. : ,: /I_ {IffEDWIN 1. a" '\:

Hill FLORIDA OCTOBER 18& .
.-' i success of a competitor is a thorn in I .. ." '
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; .(: :: the flesh, bis sleep at night is a con- y
;"! J IN .MEMORY 07. tfnous nightmare of jealousy about the NELSON 'l' -(

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-, ...' .,t'. ., The idea is being urged by Hon. affairs of his successful rival whom he | : !,' :f .i
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:':. . ,:: John B.:Reilly, mayor and Frank T. cannot reach his jealousy oozes out of '

; ,. Badge,'that the citizens of Miami by the pores of his skin and from off the, B-82-h.ss-ra r: kx's-

,-: c. personal contributions purchase a point of his pencil and finds its way __ ---,-_. ---. ---- :
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{ :ft' .: ; :, monument to be placed over tbe grave with his paper. Therefore it is easy scheme and the wonderful fertility and went to thousands! of farmers/'AlIg r RemarkableMr Rt/stae.- .
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':; of bur late townslady Mrs. Julia D. to determine the newspaper man's EVERGLADFB DRAINAGE productiveness of the saw grass lands growers and manufacturers, and Wonderfully *-; Mfvti;*< I JnrUin,.. Finudeld.jIjL;, ; .1 '

t'. v\ :TuU] ,woo was so suddenly and unexpectedly standing in a community. The lot of when properly drained and cultivated. increase the. revenues of the mak.: I'I' ,.'atf.u...., H.l 4fc she-oaagbVn :: !" .

j t. taken from our .communityby the successful newspaper man is enviable The''present contract secures the State and the wealth of her'citizens. eold,4w.idj ct.mc,1 &- her latigs. Sbuih c ;;
drainage of the territory and tbe payment Governor Bloxham by his sale tn'Mr. i was4 tri ..t..1 for_ ,* *:; by her family
:
like
it
-in the band of that of we we always have ;
great enemy ; ; ; A Long Letter from Capt. R. E. Rose Disston t
made it
for for ?
of fair possible
a price thejands to each men physicist.- tt "'1'#w Or tUe told bar / -
5 t ,4'...r, mankind Death,but a few snort.weeks liked ,|'t; we like to ..a'tblngs'about Upon the Subject.AN the State before deeds shall, issue to as Mr. Plant and Mr. Flagler'with she was.a bopeleaaVvictira ot eDP8U1 p..' ,/ f.4 t

t: l :'since*whose buss. citizens we feel so people that "will cause them to feel the company, with an* ample bond for their capital and enterprise assisted brit, andthat .no .medicina,;eoald ears :f ,

3. :7-.much. I real tickled at themselves and the I IMPORTANT EvENT IN THE HISTORY tbe faithful compliance with the terms by,the farmer with hia, skill and indu 4- hR... Her druggist 8Qglleeted 'Dr:,,King'* .t.--' . .

y ?;JTbere"are1: reasons" why such a newspaper. The other fellow, the OF FLORIDA. of tbe contract on the part of the con- try, to develop the State's HaU-lit resources New{".Discovery ,for Conmmplioa; Ba* _'' ., ;
G tractors. / in a few years, which without bought, a'tyH.lV antl to het deh'ghi tomulffherself {
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;popular subscription should meet with fellow who can see nothing in his More The .caption of the company, the this combination of capital; labor and benefitUxl from:fl rat,doeaV She

,'f; +. ;.2, public "faT or. To mention a few of dreams but horror and who cannot be Bat Mach Our Important Beaatlf City.In the History of "Florida. East Coast Drainage and business sagacity would have reinain<>d ; continued it""tl acid after taking:six "- ja

\ them,only is necessary. 'i content bat when washing dirty linen Sugar Company," is alone a guarantee dormant for many years.-The inauguration l bottlestoned Lereilt coood and f well; '*" 'J-
that no expedients: will be tolerated of this enterprise mark the slle floes her honaework./and i1- *"-- ,
i now own
his best to filth
its and 'locate some
Miami primarily existenceas doing
owes Tbe letter which we append below is and uo legitimate expense spared to beginning a new era in the slate's as well as .bo- ever waet. Free trial battier -- i'' -"
.; : '" the centre of the most sought-foi to ventilate ah his position is not to from the pen of Capt. R. E. Rose secretary permanently drain and improve the development and-opens to the world a of thin great :'discovery atTovaW/

r-t, ...f'.Iectlon'... of the United States to Mrs be.envied; not in the least. Be steers ot the Florida East Coast Drain territory. i territory of wonderful agricultura p08sibllities ; Sroeeve7hottie." dra-stora. 'Oolr 50 seats and SI;
.f;'Yt ,' 'Tnt le. By her foresight dating back clear of bis debtors when he sees them Beny M. Flagler'a works are noted ,in which with much less :iabor gas erautee.L21446vi.. }t ,;
.. <& coming; be esteems it a real conde- age and Sugar Company, recently for their thoroughness, completeness and far less capital than in less fa ored .. (

. : '. several- years she conceived the idea of I censionon the part jof a business man organized, and which baa contracts and permanent character. His hotels, parts of the country, the farmet can IPOR f ALB A. E*.t Rhrlda cnrseelte ..as
_, i-'a city of importance at Miami. Going to charge him doable 'price when be with the State for 800,000 acres of the railways and steamships are first-class expect: to make competency with no *-. misfartmm/., Bud itd: Citrus Trees,on soar / 3

?'. "", "<"about the work of rendering practical has any cash to bay with in order that; Everglades in Dade county. Should in every respect with no makeshifts orxpedients risks of,frosts, floods or cyclones, ttock eludingsweet Kirlr' Medium.retina! .Boone's a Zany
skPe- ;
'her conceptions, she set on foot rrx the b. m. may get even for what he has : allowed. soil equal to any in fertility and ai. 11,mu ..... Tangerine, Ring, .'
not paid him;be even thinks he has donea the drainage of this vast section of That this drainage and sugar enterprise rior to that of nine-tenths ,of.j the Tarrtiff. Kumquat| ,Bqhy.and two kinds Grape. ; :4
"" area which resulted in the accompljsbA big thing to settle bills by forcing I Dade county land be accomplished in in which he isso, largely Inter- United States, with 'a climate unequalled Fruit Prices$15 to S p rhnn
':.: ; ''. ;! 'merit, of her purpose. That Julia D. subscription and advertising on peopleat the next seven years and the country ested will be carried on with the. sameenergy in America, having ample rainfall AddreisW.F.KKCU,' '.\. :

r l; I' Tuttle believed in Miami's future ass double rates to pay bills he would drained in is determination and thoroughness at the proper season-a terripry DralfoD Island*rlA;: r 1 t5i9
>.:=;tf:: .- -city: of great .I importance Is shown by never pay otherwise.. The Mz' BoPo- planted sugar cane, as. with ample means and complete in'which be and his family can enjoy !!3.I.IIII-I"-o'e-8m ,' .
lD@ans
LIe thus assigns: some of- the reasons proposed, it alone 100,000 popu- modern appliances and methods, is not tbe best; of health at all 'time land' h
r
;; the"great investments she made id realeetatewin why 'Its publisher likes bis business lation for Miami had we no other to be questioned. work comfortably out of doors every A New' Lawn ''Grass I

\ : ,, this section. That she was and moles a smile and feels pleased interests. There is nothing chimerical The successful reclamation of this day in the .year if desirable or. !;;' ,*

..;J;:; t ;. )liberal beyond a fault is known to all.It" and why the other,fellow has a hating in that broad statement. The vast great territory will add to the State's eary.. FOR THE SOUT._ '- : -
match among blms continuously. wealth a large sum, to her area a large .r-, '=n1e
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known
; is;:not generally that she
"ucl.o' .
city of New Orleans owes a greater body of extremely fertile soil-equal to St'.- ? :Ev.'een: ,i
:: 'consul'ted several I _' I ICB" I Land For Rent. r
-:. ,' attorneys upon the Grow oni"surface Does not ;
part of her business to sugar cane. The the Louisiana bottoms or tbe banks of only
G. Fsi:iraii.T the junior Four acres of first-class tomato land Interfere with Shrubbery.etc. '
":, incorporating li :
questionof her will
.J '; ;. gin a Louisiana section covers about the Nile-with a climate suitable to ."
sugar to rent. Address P. O. Box 245 HASKELt-
'. member. the company' publishing the the of tbe most tropical fruits \ W.H
pro4ision'whicLl would have to growth
f. .; ; i given Fla. *
business
: : 800,000 acres. If one-half of the Miami 5-19-1 m-h-M S22r88a is co1-121 DaJ..urD.i'J.a: -
Mnsorous, leaves New York by-tbe and vegetables in the open air. on rt ,
:.- 1. the city as a.park a'lclllbr&f1.: ber magi of the great city of New Orleans which the of 2,000,000
,steamer sugar
Dallas Clyde tbls'afternoon at 8o'clock. z
Fort home. This is
J."Jk.'YnUlcent : a comes from the sugar interests, thereis tons per annqm-can be grown if
; ":.}' __ '*,fact known to a 110D ber. That she did .. As the.,' writer: has not seen nothing*wild in the statement that desired, a territory :-of remarkable
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$4". ;" not do this was only because.the laws his Brother'for three years and as his healthfulness,where fevers and.malaria.
Miami in seven or ten will have
.... brother baa never been I In Florida web years are practically unknown. It will makeof
. of the State of-Florida would & &
not, -
.. :- : permit a population of 100,000. Nothing $ild Miami the leading agricultural cityof W.M.Butd ne D
hesitated in
T making 'improvements -
her to will' ;from her childrentbeirbirthribt4erhometead. : :
:' away in"the:: METROPOLIS= which we will'go in the least.through.We feel'assured The right 'the menace plan the South and manufacturing as well as a large city. commercial 1 i "

: have had ''Jn view until the situationhas To those who have not 'examined ,
It is a known and admitted fact thatMrs.vJulIa beed
,v., backing It up. There has nobelay ,
lands
canvassed these
been"carefully betweenus or who have onlyseen
".1: : '" ; p.-Tttttle; possessed an or'' set-back encountered. Such them, in their ,andrained ,condition, Have \! ] line of'' "r:;,
'{T. J immense amount of public spirit which ;: The Writer has simply been hold'ing great schemes cannot be perfected and these statements will appear wild and just received a most elegant _

: : did even know tbe bounds of they the field for,the past 60 days awaiting It v
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4.< not launched- in a day. Not'only hasjic visionary.) however reqores only :
'poisibilitiee.of her ''means that she ,the,arrival of.his brother It is a a visit., to similar lands in the Kiasm-
.' ) set-back been encountered but tbe
,\.-ibJ'T .was aaromanw'theconri: ... of herconvictions'and qo tlOD''of?a business of *' lifetime mee, valley ; formerly 'vast marshes, .5- '
work ot and SMOEj
organization perfectionof fertile.
"e- fields
convince
+ now to Impar-
..h of'liS. and shall
with both not rush
: we
[ :one...of great,,energy dins has gone rapi'dll'forward tial minds of their great agricultural! <
:': :r 'and, force, .'She was unlike most Borneo hastily- ;. Into ny'De1! arrangement; ; investment of'$2,000,000 within a future; .. : "

nand of:ber boor. rom which it"may be necessary to Secretary Wilson of the United of W. L. Gent's. 13.00 '
o ; Consisting Douglass' -:
short;time'aDd eventually the. expenditure : : :.:
v both t States Department of Agriculture : .
:; withdraw, We are I 'practical ,
":: : : . : ;pla;Pwbo have ;"come' to: Miami printers'and c journalists; and :the JdE- of a''great many million! ;dollarsin during his recent visit to the State, 13.50, and $;LOO, :in latest: styles and colors ', A ,.: .
yaribus-'sectio'ns
of add
l ,
Florida
f from \ sugar machinery cultivating cud after examining these lands, declaredto
TKOFOUB will be our field of operations Plant& Mark Ladie-s'-'$1.50 to $4.00. Thes :' ,
;\: ;lather States tobetter'ttieir.conditions. harvesting of sugarcane and Its, manufacture the writer that they were "equal :
;., in business and. in health should bear during our business life. Vie'' have no fertlity to- the prairie lands of Iowa '
r- ,:-\.t\\ into sugar and the marketingof are unexcelled( for style) fit and service. Our
other bualness.LWecame and if of'sufflciejit area could produce r
from
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; ;:.: 1'-J! ;in mind that primarily they,owe their; line,of journalists covering period*long of. the same, the building of' steamer' the sugar of America.-' 'There are stock of .i ;. -' f 4 VI

:::., :;:-:1. Buccess$ business, here and their SflO'yeara In.the;United:States., We to transport it, etc., could-not be not less than 3,000,000,with probably \ >

;1J:1j;! y'. :'Improved conditions of health.to: Mrs. have not rushed unthinkingly into the rushed through in a day. It'takes time pOO,000 acres of such lands below tbe .' .4- f ;
', Julia' DjTuttle. least that newspaperfield here.' We jsball make line of frosts damaging to sugarcane Children's v
The.very Shoes
t, :; to properly, organize and launch, such ';
decided Florida, while in tbe territory under .
in
some improvements the ME- -
f they: can 'do.J in remembrance of her ; The-METBOPOITS .
:: : : : TBOPOUB. Just .what they' will be we a great enterprise. '' consideration below tbe twenty-sixth : /h. .
; :-;: q., ,whose,life'was. ;suddenly. tended asunder are not prepared to say/
'.;"i.J1 att prime of mature. womanhoodis ,new and.late faces 'of:typefor job receive a statement, of the plans or tropical fruits and j tender vegetables Is all that coiiljJi' be desired/ Bill ,& Green's". : ;
'! to.: make 'a donation aa.,their means printing' ii'DOW on"the road and will baa never occurred.( This fact is evidenced ,
tbe <
but
publication
u
iii company Little Giant School
,
hoes :
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; here in' in by the immense size and tropical are absolutely
be a few.days.:
"' 'afford to .the end that there may Wir"are a it hat not been able to aecu'e.it.WIlen : ,2
,
;; J{ :may position to keep abreast times yet ; nature of the native flora and the .
/r.k: :a' |.b rfcte4..abbre: vbarrow,restingr. and fill the newspaper; field thoroughly, work shall have been commenced existence in great abundance of such toughest weavers: anc the most stylish:! in '. ,' !

,;>"t, > place a L monument perpetuate the either.a weekly,'semi-weeklyj or daily we, hope this will' be available.In purely' tropical plants as the mango ;appearance' that we hive ever been. .able to ; f//

'-'ft: ,a appreciation of this,oommunlty.of.one paper as the necessity of'the case may his recent letter Captain, Rose sapodillo, maumee'And custard apples, I --
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-:? ; t require r As stated It is the matter of sour-sops, sugar apples;etc.,and other buy. i: ( ,.
."." ,: 'i. :'whose;memory they have ,cause toBy the work of a, lifetime, and wo.cannot writes, as follows: tropical, trees ,of great size, evidently; 1 , "",-- J t

: w F.J. .:.' .: reiere. :_ afford to leave anything undone which The following js clipped 'from a recent of many years' growth. c : : '

:; ;' r : all means,,7"is,the sentiment of.the should.be.done, or.do.more! than cir issue.of the Times-Union; aniOitbeo.toKetber'wltb Prior to,the building of the Florida We Make! ialty!
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-.. '.V ':: Mrraorous,' 'let ,the 'citizens"come camlt&neeswl11. -warrant. ,: the, fact that East Coast ,Railway, the region sooth a Spe J JOf : ;
; the company named has just us'uweda of Jupiter and Lake Worth wa practically ,
r ; ;\together in:this,movement-not let contract with the State of Florida to inaccessible and''' generally unknown , "

: .\:.k .. 'T ,anything arise to>prevent'its_ um.Ff : :.).jB r 'fo r Subs 'bergAnysubscriber'to'tbe drain and reclaim 800,000 acres of land excepting to hunters Indians high-class custorn-made. es which 7't,;.

':-, -: maUon... rr M1.Ta orou a, in the extreme southern part of the and a few pioneers. Four years ago ,
. '. or,,any' person. wishing: to..inbscribe, State. near Miami, marks an epoch in there waafnot a public road In Dade insures comfort''qnd durability. : :
,: .ti-; '. ;-f; : who pays one>year. .advance, will the State's development adds, new county There is now, thanks to the ., ,. .:.:,:. '. ..
;;':. s SOME OF,THE SEASONS. receive-the' Mrreorous and-theTrl- luster to the brilliant business-like enterprise and far-sightednesa Mr.Flagler'a T' ---,
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tie Weekll'-NewYork.World'one year for. administration of Governor WilliamD. first-class:rail way to Miami ,'l'v .: "
;1k The '> CzTBoroLXS! ,. ,w* think, .our 2.pO.;' Subscribers in 'arrears.should .Bloxhsm; (the most southerly railroad ,terminus 'Vehaveamos/.splendid. line ofGents' :'

",-ff' .readers understand, ;underits' present pay lip all! arrearages and one year in "Letters patent have been granted iu the United States);equipped with I .:

-,,;,, .:management' ,,,:caters,l: .to_' no political I advance,''at the rate;of $1.60 i per:year In incorporating Florida East Coast the latest beat and most! luxurious appliances -
,: 4... party. We venture: the aseertiontbit and 60 cents for the Tri-W ; y" Worjd Drainage ,andv Sugar',.Company with for bec quick:,safe and com fort- ,
':' So.> : ; ;- : in addition 'Subscribers already paid $2,000,000 capital and principal officesat able transportation; of freights 'and and'Bois'-Cicahitig-: :. .
4?.: jt: no persott:could ,determine'tbe. ;;political in" advance for, the Mrraopous who ; Augustine. This company will passengers with palatial hotels' <

-t 'complexion of its publisher l by,read pay one year farther in advance at $1.50 boy ,and eU;;lands or otber property; knowledged to have no superior.ac-I Fron worsted\ sank
't- c: ,foisrthe.'colamnsofthis.Pa per.That: per;;year. with'an additional 60 cents build and ;operate dredge boats; t di g beauty ot design or situation in equipment *,an elegant Clay (frock or, Vat .
;1I:;;,..,. for the TfI-Week.111VorJd will'receive canals ;for ',drainage and service or accommodation. ..
Men'd
navigation Clothes
; $14.00 down and
r' is wt intended'it -should b .- It Is to Working
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aa
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rLittle ;
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The
;h that paper' for one. year any, receive erect and operate sugar mills and other agricultural development along r .
;1;::-.r l. { all :not giving a lukewarm, support to any p'ropercftdlt on the)[&noI'OIISTbe manufactories; cultivate''sugarcan tbe railroad ha* been, wonderfully stimulated four-) ear-oltl Gents' Blouse Suits.r r\:V; ;.

'' i+ party or,faction.. Ytisgivingthenewst : Tri-Weekly World is' about equal to:a and other crops, manufacture the various Immense crops of vegetables, : : ?

,L' ::?. ,uncolored,-Its statementactfacts area good daily and :only costs j by.this products thereof and sell the same; pineapples and other'fruits' are now 1 WE BELIEVE \ ..' \ *:
to be relied upon.. Jtgeteito arrangement 60 cents a yearHonebalfthe build and operate,the necessary steam grown' .on lands that ,two years since I :
: :
tt. tbepec- -
price of metropolitan weekly. boats sod- railways' conduct were inaccessible. 1 r
+ general l .
,
pie week at a .certain hour.. ,It -- - ... We 'furnish \vith .
every I mercantile,.business and' do all;otherthingsnecessary The territory for. successful fruit can you .everything you
'r A -, ;does not do this'one,week and fall l .the Comipgto SettlHAaiRarowlf ., 1.;| - for the.Tsuccessfo growing and tropical agriculture below in l .
. want / .
.'c next:and_ ,the: :"next'and the<< ;;;next: It : ,){D., Oct:12.' 1898. transaction' of"""the* business of;the com- frost is limited ,at present.to' a narrow.. you : S ,i
:
? belt of land between the and tbe.Enrglad
ocean
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goes to press at.18& each Friday noon. TO the Editor o, of iW Mi eTlOroua:: If pany.Since tbe sale by the stateto'. Hamilton -, with a small area of marginal Y

," Its business la conducted n upon business i '.Enclosed please indolder' r,f 1.60. Disston of 4,000,000'acres for glade or:prairie land fitted for Dry Goods Glolping! | Shoes and Hats.-

-4 principles.. :-It proposes':/to.getevery: I am ,'pleased ton-: receive. .:your fine $1,000,000.in' cash; during:;the former -vegetables, cane, rice' tobaCCO' .and - :

,-:dollar l "of,business;possible..from'every paper. ,There,are some several persons administration! of,Governor Bioxham; other staple crops. '. l" .
from here who are"counting the which removed the Incubus.from Hence the necessity and determlnation .
the
class -of persons.Democrats: : Be abe cost".of,'coming' to .Miami toi set out internal improvement, arid mad to increase-:,the area of arable soil With more satisfaction :; and for lesS.,. money. .- '

t Means, ,Populists' or' Prohibitionist. ,orange- groves.. ';Yours' truly',.. ." *' possible wonderful, recent developments -* by reclaiming\ :part if not all of that than '!any' other.,housq in, $outh ..Florida;! .;;"- "- '$*'"
t does''business 'on business Ii B, Bowi 1rD.Y..D.,; called : >
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; Because : - ? of .the'; ,State; .nothing has vast region. the, Everglades,of '
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:' : I .' [ %> occurred will' = I which so 'much-has: been'said and of 'J. f' '
a' principles'and gets before:the1 people ;; t :that : compare in fat ,. A'N OUNCE' ;:-"'-:: >Ci
ln-every section,of the county south'of -BockJen's Arnica Sal ft.t! ',;> portance with this"contractor' 'that *which so little is generally known. ., t'f [\ : "
TH Bxn Burs in the world fPr'eu will; : K This'undertaking while-it will cost '
so 'materialiyincreasethe real ,
a' a'. : : :" '
.
:,," New,Biter' 'each week:with;"an"intertin" .. ;- bruise'sores/ulcers alt,rheum fever wealth of the State., ' : faY Jess than the constructiop or maintenance Of-'puf. solid values ;; is ixyorth. more than a. ., \

;;' :\ budget-of news.from,ithose 'aeo'Wtions sores,'setter; chapped :.hands chilblains ;..Tbeoriginalcontractmade'byGovernor ;:o(.' either"the railway or the talk. j' ,
i"
,. ,', it gets:the"patronage readers cons,'and all akin eruptions,;and : list It cures piles or no pay required. r:It Drainage Company! in 1881,was! a'businesslike ,,:' larger:':;Direct.return Erin;the increased }) yours' 't -.j' ; .x ', ? 7r
; Ui 8b*.rlp 01*: .wi' *bow? : f.<. tq pl aSe'f; .
'
is ulue"'ot.tbe lands ;)
< guaranteedto give perfect satisfactionor and'equitable one;fair to the< :reelalmedi'. It will :' : ; ,
b, I "alt gets ttie'aavertfae'a-: money refmrtedV:'"Pr* 25'ce;,ts per St{fog and the ntractora, and'decided';: also-assure to the railway an'enormoas ,; '" ' '- ;,rT". kTjruDTNF; ':t:; .' : ",

",i..,, t:> "N cu lute eop1 It: gets theo DOT f aale b7 fowal' '' I Ie $ ,1-'!-2d toe prreticalLtty of the drainage'traffic. It will girt, profitable *!mpioj>, bI74fyj.erw!? ,, soir/ t
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: of ever, without telling her all. If she pursued for a moment overwhelmed lain Then bespoke ;
violin. it had a full set strings ,
:' A Village Boy's Romance. And now began a change for the better the subject no farther. rising to his feet as he did so. Fredk. S. Morse > .
hi LeOnard. He,.had never been a vicious "1 do." he simply said "I think h isa Miss bryant, you have known me buta ; -
boy. yet he had not been fond of work. charming instrument." week but i have known you for years. '
"I glad of that," she returned. "It It was I who' pleaded with you, through
Look here. m.xher-there goes Len and his mother:had often longed to see am '
artsstd tn his fees*. Now youtnow him put forth energy In some particular 1* one of my best friends. the medium of music.t.b&1I night a week '
\ Cin.this lint prayer-moling nlnt and direction that she might feel certain he That was all. It was very simply aaid. ago, and the fact that you understood me REAL ESTAfE :
.. there Un't anything. else yoing on any- would make a 'thrifty man, like his as If no thought bad ever entered her give me courage hope that there may :
mind of deeper import connected with 09 a chance for me to win you by and by*
before him '
in* noiei ataougih father
only a at ,
bop
fi woere when
1
rolks" Now howe>'er. he hired 'himself out to music on the violin, and In truth she hadforgotten nave made a name and a fortuneby .
Tt city. tone tn which the exception was a man near by to work at farm work, that speech made to her companions means (if my musical ability which '
spoken was full of significance which doing: that which needed to be done on b1smotber' long before you and'. your violin inspired me to culti Miami Dade Co. Florida. 'J
,' ; Mrs Allen in 'her pre-occupaUon failed to little place at odd times and That little scene had occurred on almost vale ;
A burden
I practicing half the night on the old the very. spot where they were nowI great seemed to glide from .
detect. to the call to lookoat rtolln I I I sitting. Leonard face flushed and his the soul of Lillian Bryant. She could describe - -
; She POM In response and alter watching At first the sounds he made upon it were heart throbbed as he thought of himself the sensation In no other way. She '
the window
the et tall figure of her slxteen-yeer-old excruciating U Is n:8 : itretged!& yet standing ;just a little beyond in the shelter rose hands.impulsively anAgave him both. ,her AGENTFORLANDSF.
: of the sweet syringe bushes listeningto -
out of algtu turned away the boy with his hands
boy go swiftly on her face made very creditable progress. 'I that wonderful music and gazing upon "Ohshe cried "I am so glad that you

wtth". a disturbed why expression he need fix up and sly Every week he journeyed to a city ten the' beautiful players. j ore. both one-you and that beautiful Florida East Coast Railway -
I can't
8M Co.
down the back stairs." she .id. "He miles distant to receive a music lesson I Others were around 'them, and soon music. 1 mean! i loved you both" and tt ) ;,' ,
older than be did from a professional teacher there for their tete-a-tete was broken, and Leonard I troubled, me r..l had no peace. *
seems about ten years hla leave. Then be her the whole simple Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans Co.
'
g tautt summer at to say keeping himself well dressed. I' He passed back through the dancing hall story of the past five years of hi* life, .." ,, *'..
anything
-: given up trying to lye 'the had and she listened in and wonder. Boston and '"
shall to find the friend with whom joy 5-11 lorlda..Atlantlc Coast Land Co. .
what
ce
about where he shall go or Occasionally he brought his mother or r.sa'm ; -,
well behaved bOyne come to the hotel, and found him thereIn The next day abe walked witn him to fiLUU" '1- .
-ne'a the slater trifle from the and always '
do. to long as a city conversation l with the first violin player i his mothers home and within fifteen !-
bas been so far I don t see W1.ti.L it was something,to wear or some useful minutes otter

t; .' it been this means rate away. ne This like'U have this is the to this have third week a time new and bee suit at lift toilet He at'had aj-tlcle times grown, grew so burdensome critical of late to Jean-that friend."Come of the"Give orchestra.here us Allen your opinion" requested of this these hIs In- and it they Mrs.had Allen t>she een were entered long chatting acquainted the together gate, she the as A HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER ': ;4M"O' ;

and I don't know strument. I have been saying to contempt; for city girls which the elder .
tall mother. seemed
nette and his He
ot clothes before trying .5)3T
-y of lady bad
judge heretotore cherished all dissipated -
Maybe if gentlemen that you are a good '
is' bow bee going to get"them. to bring their standard of manners and the violin" by the sweet looks and words of : ; ':TA.7: : c j. ,

: S hIs Mother father"had Interrupted lived- the daughter, "I dress very high up to; so a certain high indeed mark, which as to be was qutteunattainable set I. Leonard did'his not chin hesitate and draw to raise the bow the nine.Len' promised wife.-Waver' ley )4ag . -...-< .. -. _..at'sI5 ,.J ....
Instrument to
with Lea,
tell what's the matter by ordinary mortals.
I can you over the atrtag-s It was Indeed a fine QUALITY AND REPUTATIONThe ;
.
love. .
5 a youd like to know; bee in Nevertheless*. Allen was growing felt :
be
one, and when he heard its tone a .
in astonishment. proud of this exacting strange young
The mother looked up of over him.
.. "In Ivvel"! she cried. "Why Jeaoette. man who called her mother Hitherto he wave Hardly knowing inspiration what surge he did be continued Selling Egg. by Weight. -

bee a little lad, a chUd! In love" had beea r bin in his tiabfts and to play as if under a spell cast by There are advocates Ideal Brands Have These. :::1\ :
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--S ",. ell, it is true mother; you'H find a trifle lazy and but loving the presiding genius of music herself. many among .
lt' as 1 tell )'Ou- Dtan't you Just say good; now. without losing anything that had to her room those who of the !f- .
s Lillian Bryant gone produce large .
yourself that he'd been growing old fast, was desirable In :hIs nature, he seemed immediately\ after Leonard left her and eggs, Then why pay $35 and $40 per ton when you can get:a.,. ; I'.
have of gawky boy idea that .
to leaped over years should be sold
-.' ia-elyT""'ran me what you mean." said the hood and become anxious an ambitious attain a,certain hardworking now she in leaned wonder from, and her her window soul drinking and listened weight rather eggs than by the dozen as by la strictly! high grade, reliable Fertilizer at .the. following-prices'i :? : ... : -
man. *
mother Why,just this Lens been over to the lofty level and to bringthose he loved in had something never tasted in before the sounds, though which she raaa the commonly done. IDEAL FRUIT AND VIVE......-130 PSK TO"- ,:/' ;""

;,' hotel to every nop they've had , :.
far this summer and all test summer, And though not, oo often repeated. his pronounced the best. It moved ber In the following, clipped from an IIEALVKOKTABLliMANURS...130 FEB TOH, r.l...) ': "v
of visits to the hotel grounds so long as
he e to get a chance to see one
and > *
gx the guests remained were not strangely! English the claims IDEAL FERTILIZER (for ill crops) ..$2T PES TOIl gI- ",,'
the city girls. 1've seen fcer. Bhe 1s one summer A week later Leonard again entered the paper, writer an ; : -

-.... of the finest. I tell you. He just looks In discontinued his and who were would a source watch of him worry disappear grounds of the old hotel. As a boy he advantage to the producer 'of large IDEA.LBr.p6DBOolEA D POTASH. ......... .. ..S2S PBR TONi ;. .
mother
to
lue windows. had known every .nook and corner ofhem. SPECIAL MIXTURE SO. 1 ..$ FK&T05COKS .', "'flj'; .
S. with dubious ? I .
down the road a .
listened In silence to Jeanneue's eggs when sales made the dozen ' '
mooher bad he
: The but never till this summer are by : : .-
5j of the head. FERTILIZER .... I30PK&TOX .Y 1
shake
of bar bOYS folly. as it ... _
story entered the parlors or other rooms. ., .
; -
-! seemed to her. Jeannette was fourteen. "He's good enough for the queen. she Now, of course, he had no longer any ; lie says: With regard weightof All Fertilizer Material at Lowest Muket.Price. -M.tAsk

'; "Poor little Lea!" She satd. He will herS would think so say, poor, "but boy she!" will never come to thought of lingering In the grounds like eggs, under the p'eJSent.-metbod of for out book, "Why We Make the Ideal Fertilizers." : b ;t .. .Mi
seem to her only'a4 the dirt under the curious. gawky urchin be once had
.
,' feet-Jo if*Ctoat's about.the" agreed sort she Jeannette.Is." junnounced! 'The hotel Jeannette closes next one week day late mother in the been.piazza where He passed he had around been introduced to the side to selling-viz., at so much the dozen or Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer CoInany,: :;'.' ;. .

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summer. "I dread the time when Len so many for She shilling-at first sight ;
: Meantime the summer twilight fell. and cannot to see his lady love. It will Miss Bryant JACKSONVILLE PLA .t. .
go
little a glorious moon shone out. Country freedom from state and ceremony there seems no attraction. to the poul .
after a
than live with
; be difficult ever to '
more Pig's Foot Brood Blond and Bone $17 ton. -. ,
When he was beyond sight of his were In his favor. There waa no per J ; .
,? mother and deter Leonard Allen walked him".'Don't speak Jeannette.\ ; I'm sure it Impropriety in his mounting the steps try-keeper to 'produce big eggs. They Damaraland Guano,the Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer. .,.*44 per ton.. .. _

-- more slowly, and by the time he badreached la not hs.i to get along with poor Lee," without Invitation I and quietly greetingone ought .really to be sold by the pound. r2.'t . .-11. -
the vicinity of the principle summer or two acquaintances from the village H&RNEY .,
with In voice
said the< mother tenderness CHASE & r"
_
.. hotel of the village lights were and manner. Stooping, she gathered aspray I who had vtebe him andwere I But if the poultry-keeper wants to AGENTS... ; { \..
'. twinkling In the window and from the of "lad's love." and looked at it chatting with guests among I keep his customers and procure fresh' 1'7-tf-UI.q MIAMI, FLA.. _
drawing rooms came sounds of music and. "thoughtfully. whom was Miss Bryant. .
laughter The two met each other in spite of ones, the advantage of : - :
merry "Poor Len! PoorLen| she repeated. supplying -
with faces. And,
with themselves conscious
words regard ,
...I Poor to Lent him were his sister's quite true. Might after For family three was more conducted'years life on with the the same Allen as before, they sat apart and listened to large eggs is obvious. The time and

night he had sauntered: past brilliant as this one of,which an outline has the music and talked together; but all trouble the sire
; plan spentt on improving
.
windows hoping to see, now and then agirlish I the time each was aware that some time,
been given then came a change.
S form which to him was the perfection "I will hire a man to do the work here somewhere, there would be somethingelse of eggs is well repaid by the prompt Bank of Bay BistaJ j
t of loveliness; and very often he mother what there, Is left to do this fall to say which so far had been unsaid;
demand
was rewarded with that which be sought. -for I am going to Boston" Leonard something that could not would not. remain : by private consumers. -

Sometimes he was so near her that: he said to Mrs. Allen one day In Septemberof unspoken. Still In Lillian's mind ,Efery poultry-keeper, who has eggs
olds of doubtful feeling whteh
could have reached and touched the the fourth year of his musical studies was ja chaos :
,, of her dress as he stood for a moment "Boston! Len ", she cried. I knew gave her little or no rest Since the night to sell should endeavor to deal with
railing, resting In : when she had heard the strange, pleading -
outside b-tbe piassa
'& waits orgelop- it would come soon. violin music the tones of it bad his customers directly, and thus pocket .. MIAMI FLORIDA., ( -
-- the coot air after a gay am going-to study the violin, mother :'
.. accompanied a.l haunted her, and she longed to know who
To be5Ureshew. almost atways aa soon aa I can shall take you andJeanette : the middleman's profit. Contracting -
,- by an escort which fact detracted with but not this : was the mysterious musician. Presentlyshe INOOBPOKATKO USD13'TU LAWS orWM Fwarnt. -i
me. year. .
r t- from the pet feet 8C11taCJ'W'btdb' "Oh, child!. ,not to stay there?" she abruptly turned to Leonard and said: with some firm or shop to take all [; > ,)II
been his still "I heard some music on the.night you
would otherwise eave : W
aisked. here after went you have is usually unsatisfactory. Conducts a General Banking:
f those were happy moments when be "Not unless you wish:' out I want you were before- you away .
mood 00 near her .and listened to her to go for a while any way." -the most beautiful violin music, I ever and the price offered very poor. True, M. BROWN. Issues Drafts'oiijAU j
lives in the Business.
.-'. voice! which to. him was neighborhood' Mr. Allen? ;jf they ''called for delivered
: .oJ 'of ail sounds. quite are or
I Tonight she sat on the wide plaxxa. your eonara sister aia. not.;happy/ten ms motner .L tnai- L ne The blood surged hotly in the YOUDC'ma.n' weekly to the shop in the vicinity R. R. McCORMICK I I arts. of the World _.,Accounts bS

; 4 with a group of laughing gUi several of wished her and his sister to go to live in : veins but controlled himselfand VlCC-PnfMOCNT. Solicited and Every Favor Con ...
: -
to her
quietly:
replied .
whom were holding musical instruments. the to' acquire manners much trouble is saved but in the long
1 the of them all, held lightly reU{ of \=lmaod In his "I know of no gifted violin players In
She. queen those a CHARLES H. QARTHSIDE. sistent With CoriServ tiveBnk------
: tn her white hand. violin. mind's eye; but though Mrs. Allen did fhe place anywhere. It was one' of the run 'better profits can be made by . .
-. t, She laughed. at times when her companions not fathom his de&lgn. Jeanette did. ball room musicians was it not?; supplying through the railway direct CAaMf I. ing Ext pded..: t.
made gay and witty sallies but It made her thoughtful. "Oh. no! I have heard them over andover ..: -
: look of till I know everything they can dciwell to the The later is I -' .2'co
her face, in repose wore a "Len is In earnest she said to herself."It consumer more : .
) They cannot such .
enough. approach ,
: tbougbtfulness.Leonard Allen beard not one word his .may doing be after that'something alL" will come cf music'lUll heard." ready to 'pay a fair price, especially if bND <'n' ;

: ,which the others uttered.. but listened And after that she grew more atten- There was a few momenta of silence the eggs run above the average in N'J'S : ,' .
then she resumed 'c--I
dreamily :
eagerly for words from her lips. tive to little details of refinement, and -
|
And oh, if she would tout play something began to modify her speech and manners. "I shall never have peace of mind till I size.. Seaboard, National Bank*,: . New Yorlc.., .*-*
and I
violin '-which the held s6cameesly know who produced that music; yet
on the TIt won't do harm. she thought
yet lovingly' now and then "It will be better any for me 'to Have nuute i have asked no one but you It was weird, I Ie.nd But care in the egg packing is nec- Nat'l Bank Jacksonville e, Jacksonville.
and seemed to call to ,
mysterious me "
she
Suddenly
softly
picking the strings myself more ladylike and itwill please while I listened beautiful essary, for'if the arrive broken'I ... "
4 swung the Instrument lightly Into position mother too"As then' eggs .l r f ,.;
.; .: to play aylng; a result of these self-communlnKs scene was before my imagination" I can I the customer will prefer to deal witha FOREIGNCOREspoNDENT: ,. < .....f. 1 .

telling The you nan must I marry love if music you insist-must on be my a and when".resolutions Leonard. returned It Came home to at pass the that end see wish It I now.did not Sometimes love music she so welL confined Sometime "I" shop in the ordinary manner. Knauth Nachod and Kuline, *. New\5fork,- ,.:. = ";r .

musician. I should prefer him to be a1vloUnM. of his first term at the musical college. it may come between me and- ,
; or She ceased to speak and looked at him I Two end a is deemed I "
; I don't care bow plain he Is, he found a marked improvement for the quarter ounces -

; only whether be can he play has the any vtoHn.money. Of or course not. he If better In.of the hte manners.formerly: and rather general hoyden-appearance In a liU.piteous heart. disturbed manner that wentto I an average weight for an egg but Elegant Iron Vault and Burgll1- oor Safe With Triple! Concussion TtoHlv,7 b; ., 3f' '

must be refined and gentlemanly." lah sister. : 'In :his soul he felt that she loved him I it should be Then she drew the bow. croM the magically As his mother,. he/was glad to find aa he loved her, and that having spoken .
\ responslva Btnngs and to at least her just to ; the same. fIn mingling with to her through his 'music, and her soul try-keeper to get above this average, .o.hi.m of .tbe lost JniDroied Make.: .t' ;;:
having loyally responded, he- warn doing
one of those composing her andlenee. atthat talented cultivated people he had learned I the know- I while every egg falling belOw' that
her in holding from her
moonlit grounds ot that wrong
moment the & several things himself. He would not
,S hotel were transformed into sweet-faced mother ledge tb&t'k was he who bad thus size should be kept for home con.
little country have- had hla placid, \ I
1 for the world he thought 'I spoken.It l
:
fairyland any different all him with 'force that tumption.I -E
cluster of came upon a' : -z )
?He was Sheltered beneath & as for.Jeannette she should have a termor : 1tix _
? flowertnr shrubs aDd he stood very stlfl two! at school and,then. he should be = '
and yielded htm eU up to the enjoyment proud-of her. '... c _
of the exquisite music and the presence" So another' summer rwaa at band and . -, '- /t, :
of the beautiful musician. Leonard* dwelt in eager anticipation upon S- : _i Distilled Water,,_..>> ...Orders Promptly Fifled., .
For UUUan Bryant was e certain blissful possibilities foremost .'.
need not be her lover beauWactr1OM among which was that! of a meeting with '

.; recognize that fact: and Lillian 'BTh.nton equal terms, as friends S- ; !j_ ,_ Miami Ice Co. E rest Lake Mgr. ;
.!.t .Allen saw her at her..beet. . i meet and greet, and Converse with one T :
'. It seemed, to him listening to ber another/ :: __ : < _
*<
music that there was a path of saver ',Summer after summer Miss Bryant had I .QA"I'-t1-h' 5't" ;
leading straight from the feet of the! returned to the spot among the Berkshire .
-... -white-robed girt up to heaven and dowri -hllla: though the location was : -
.; it came a host of angels ail moving la healthful and beautiful.the fact that she % ; :f '
harmony whh that soft, sweet urmofwhich. I had gained many friends there had ECA.WADDELL ,

which .cam* from her vtottn, the greater :weight< with her' than the two ,. .
': hiS L -. ,' .. -H.
It '
'; or anything approaching to former Inducements. : 'r . < '
had never heard before. {i Heretofore Leonard had nourished his Miami City aad County '- ,
-
She Stopped.abruptly at length, and the! love In wtlent. reserve, keeping at a ce-
livery Patti shivered to piecesXDd the! spectful distance from!(the object of his .
S excels *U winced their way vurrledly adoration, hiding a time when be couldstnd Real Estate Bureatf
t back to bevrtn. before ,her with, ease and while "- _--, : .- :
"O Lillian Bryant* the other gtrW yielding all doe deference to her superlative . ,
In cAtoms. worth,-'talents, and beauty yet feel ) 'f
cried : .
"That wan too perfectly e tr&ftdnCoJ that hi some-points he was her equal. \ / A select list of Bay Biscsyne! "property, C *7 I*>U,.Fruit '...

S said one. .--He. was till young In years, yet the : /Jr4k&l and Vegetable tract_of all.sizes for inveetmenta.. .. ,
L "Tou wIll never marry any one who can heart and.spirit-of a man dwelt withinhun .- '

-.: declared Mar half another.as well. as .you do yourself.",. with. the He hearing was tall of and a finely prince.proportioned His winter _ .- Phosphate and Orange ,Grove Lands on Wtst..po t!-:' -; -C.-..

Abe shook off their praises a* a: canary* term' ot mental and musical culture : .
'hake, its wings after .Ka song with 2 i! graced the physical development attainedby' For correspondence enclose 1ItampL. a:

: rustle of her filmy muslin and laces, ana bill.summers of.hard outdoor labor, __' .
-: little shrug of tier sloping' boulders./ j making; of him a man of, Whom his mother AGENT- FOR : t .' :
; "We.wtU. see about Ohet later". she) .was Justly proud. 1 ARMO R & CO. AIRMOTER WIND MILLS:
"There'riplenty .
aid as she passed out of sight. S Yet she was saddened by hts persistentpursuit .
:of time :for !1IID to hunt:me.upj of Miss Bryantr: and looked at Fertilizer, Chicago 111. .. .*'Chicago'EL j. 1"4

Good,night. I shall not dance tonight.- him wKh wistful eyes as he paaeed out at .
: The last few words came back through the gate on his way the'village the _, Avenue DOT6T-Btnk. MIAMI I, FLA. 1 ,c-:: -
-t the doorway where she toad disappeared first evening after he heard that the girl &*17" I LIMB -- .- .
::,i and then a great dark cloud seemed to had .arrived\at, the hotel. ---- i____ __ _ -- '
1 .Leonard to have nettled down over everythine -* "If only it had been .Annie' dray!** she :- .
'- t-I and he had not:sufficient energy said- softly to herself. "She would havelovpd -: ,1k .
.
j to pas out from the shelter of the Bhrubbenr him aa he deserves and she Is ivzz4ii'JiIs < ;:
-.J. and make his. way home till some sweet and good; but this city prlnShe '
mIle time bad elapsed. shook' ber. bead: dubiously and ; ,
.; There was no further attraction for bJaJ! sighed. She was possessed of a dread of. ;
there;-the.ball room music which sounded -.. the city and :Pl.cltJ' people. Safety! Goilonl Quick T1II1I I LOW Katehl( aV
dancing! front ;
-. ,.mllrbt'as so delightful well hmve:when been she the was most discordant Leonard, however, went down the beautiful rapidly .forgirtg to the ;. :
L country way with firm, step
-S : din. so far U he was concernedj and head erect, thinking bow : was Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer :Between Jacksonville jo"' t c
for in passing the windows of the roomi 'the night to that nearly five' years before and New York. '! :
:- .from.which ft proceeded he did not even .'.when,he;. boy of i little more than _

'": . glad bear:she K. was He was not to thinking there dancing that he,'hard: was' sixteen same errand; bad gone and that received same an way incentive on the I The Fleet 1s composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers: The Leading City in Sonth, Fl rlda. ;.F9': .i:

understanding. why he cared. 1 which' | hd proved the mainspring of his -cOK NOHE" (new), "ALGONQ N," '"TBOQTJOIS," "CHEBOKEE." _. # "...
the -
) When he reached home lie went up life ever since ', W&AM-iftt-Wt -&W_
_, SEMINOLE---I-
,hack stairs and on gaining his own room the 4
In the distance lights of the hotel
he went straight to the large old fashion' building twinkled merrily, and he I NORTH-BOUND. -; -'
: r ed chest which stood, In a corner;' ana watched them eagerly.- Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide EVERYBODY IS GOING TO MIAHli-i- ':

raising the lid felt uncertainly around till ''Sbe is there he said. "she. and her From Jacksonville, Yin. (calling at Charleston) Sundays, Tuesdays and hursdaysFTom .
'- .at length be brought up a violin and bow.; violin..11.i can now>play the-violin yet I Charleston.8. .C........ .................:...Mondays.. Wednesdays and FridysFor *
.,l' These be carried to a.window when the will try. to win her by the force of my hour of sailing see Clyde Line schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dailies Now is time to secure a 'CHOICE -LOCATION eitherjfor: S
streamed in and and examined :
moonlight love.for: her if possible;, if not I will I SOUTH-BOUND... '

:: them with with great awkwardness Interest. but exceeding\ bring to bear the! influence I have heard Jber Steamers are appointed to soil from Pier. 29, But River.. New York at.S p.mu. as
Then: he lifted the Instrument as acknowledge to be.with Jbn all powerful follows:I Busfness or residence.:. Choice locations in the city for sale by; .

cnat'eare nearly as,he could remember to the post* I,' all shall sumcient-.and wm her. At if any rate not' if ehe too'tote For Charleston 8. C.::: ....................;...;.<......Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday,*.

,don she toad held hers and drew the bow is still tree.:1 enter the'TUrt tonight. I 1 For Jacksonville Flo., (calling at Cbari tOD.);Mondays, Wednesdays and FridaysFREIGHT


--S their across fairly: place,made the on two Mm the strings shiver old.violin.widen tt was The still such result kent a Within the old the hotel hour,_in_he conversation Mood on.tbe wfth pt&sza'Of Lillian *: Fort Dallas Lana :' !

Bryant. Nv Lilies
.dreadful dlecordAsecond trial gave a: ; ,"Where have'I.met you borehir, Allen ClydO England" flUOUthaFfl Company :
Leonard*put the Inn -!
and -
c
:.-- ,' similar result.down, and laying his bead upon a few r*,she moment.aeked,:after- -.talking with him ;;
-
:: of discouragement '
ears
boyish
'
window Mil wept She was looking In bi. ,face, with her -. ( 'ONLY.) .
.
and pain.
that seemed to read his '
.. e.rdnek morning the Tiolin, after carefully breakfast under soul searching, and yet eyes her face wore an expression (Calling Charleston..'8.,O,'both ways.) Call on JOHN B REILLY, Agent t, :, :f ,
of absent-mindedness If she were trying 4"Steamers" Appointed to.sail as Follows: "
.
toward '
the road +
his arm and went down. ;:
1 to recall from' memory's thamber :
Dallas Land Miami
,the Tillage something which' was hidden there and ,From F ot ot Hogan-.fnet. 'Jacksonville, From Lewis Wharf Bouton.FKIDAY8. '. ,Eprt Company, -

.- ._, "Watching him with great curiosity his refused to come forth t THURSDAYS. ... . '- '
S sister waited till he was entirely out of "Tou passed me on the street in Boston 1 Or J. E. INGRAHAM, Vicfe-Pre., . ,: -
; then burst Into laughter. he",answered,t.smllinc. .a little '
hearing, twice. CLYDE'S
-S ST. JOHNSRIVER: '
.'Ilother she MM. "What do you think sadly as he though of the many time be : : LINE 'WO.tf.L.m< Fort Dallas Land Co., St. IAugu8tfue_ I .
Len did the' minute he cot to til* room had watched her face and listened to the (DB BA Y.LINK. i : _
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5- hotel- Why.- he took'out the old fiddle rhe- very spot where she was 9tandingj)< ,JACKSONVILLE. FAIJLTKA. SANFORD: l' ENTER Rt8& FIJL. AND -:''- -

-.- that -used.to belong..to i great great Sometime she. should know''!it all*but not '.,:;--_; INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHNS UIVER. gi
:great-fandfather or somebody, and made now.-. .: : : I,. : FIRE FIRES! FIRE!r
two ot the awfultest sounds on it -thatmortal "You have Hved InBoetonthen t T" she Steamer "Harry Day .
-- ears ever heard. It made me feels said. :"That is my home. .< : .Q'. ". -' ._" .-' ., {;, -
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as if must either laugh. or cry. 1 dIdn'tknowS And then they found themselves on familiar . ,' ... .
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.. which. ground and while the band played apu W..A. Shaw. :
iS_ Ii: The worried mother raised tier eyes dreamy music. on the' balcony beyond .' ; ........ .-, . .," :g
.look of distress. to sail as follows:. -
Th ' t6 her.daughter's face with a them they talkedof the :thing which Is appointed : '

.r .......,' afraid. he's.vote- out' of-- -his mind.", were the" found Udy;to wondered be mMual1.Jlltere.Ung.MId why U.was .that.'' Leaves3aeksonYl1le-; ....... .... ......,;.\".-....Tuesdays.and Saturdays at J.-OO{p.'m. I.INSURANCE.:: ;j1}. .

: Ten found-herself, Sanford... ......... ,..n'.j..- .. -.Mottdaysand at 5:00 in .
: she said. "If that's true yon told me last she not only; in'no haste Leave* *. i :; ,: :: Thursdays p. t -,- '

: Bight,he's liable to. Youngbojrs like him but-quite unwilling \to. bring. 'the-- conversation -' GENERAL:PASSENGER,AND TICKET OFFICE. '104...WEST 'BAT 8?.., JACK Don't get frightened. This, simply a tlntlf reminder to plaee lomel4icarsn 7 ...'-.ti...:.
often get their heads-turned wrong by to a eloae- ; : -- <*. on.roar BulMln Stoeki,. Housenold: Furniture,etc.ttsee "" J""'
downthe fiower-ooeated' ,air. throbbed with ) --i :SONV1LLK.kW ,. : !
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of love sffs1rs.tIe's. r ::- ronr Iniarance in the .
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road this minute with .that fiddle under they ceased :r L- WARBUltTON T. P., ? : r
: for a while .to converse.. Suddenly Lillian -:.,.;.....' :' ..aowllJ\C"'Green,. New York.;-II JL>IRONVONuKR. Jr. si*. p..A. '
I -;; Jeannette his arm.:04d d.Y. . asked Leonard;:a Question ,,hs.t HEOa1iGET. -.. ,-A' -....- ., -, moVi JackaoD J'I&,. British America. \V stern of. ;Imperial Insurance 'Go.% / : ,
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1:. : W. M; Featherly. C. 0. Featherly.Pufclished localities. The innumerable electric STATE OF FLORIDA. saving one or two fingers on thai afflicted SPARKS FROM WJRKXliTVYS .Nat1-onal.B of Oawego; TI"Yof f
wires the grounded water hand. The child bears her sufferings -
many
which Senator d
T. Platt is president ir
9 Till !MIAMI MBTROPOLIS pipes and the metal roofs of citiesare SMALL NEWSY 1TMES ABorT like a little heroine rfnd lies 1fIwi-." to clove the doors lthanat1tI U n*' 4--;: -;

undoubtedly the chief elements EVBRYTHING In .bed and direct the medical attend- ftoLJrolt.U'Hlt ALL receive
nfAQINABLE. no more
deposit and transact' \; -- :
;_ _' by of their safety in this respect.It --. ants in their work of dressing her PARTS OF TlIE.WORLD, no more.business,"stating that he ha4V '

e.Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. is reported thAt Krupp, the German Clippings of Florida Events From wounds with the courage and fortitude 'placed 'C. E. Van lirockUn .national. ' _, -

manufacturer of cannon, baacomplet'ed Our State Exchanges Carefully of a grown person.-Key West Short Stories of the World's Doings bank examiner, lB.charge of the ban.k.t

Miami, Dude Co., Fla. Oct. 21, 1898. a number of paper fieldpieces Condensed for Our Busy Democrat. Told by.th. Telegraph in : The action was taken' by $beco'troller ::V:! ,, .
for the use of ,the German in- Readers. J. T Ray, of Pensacola was" bitten Condensed Form. as a result of the recent exim.P 't '

: The latest novelty in padlocks one .,. The calibre of the.e guns Is by a rattlesnake one night last weekin ination by Examiner Van Brocklin, /-.'. \ : '
five centimetre, or a little less than a most peculiar manner. He heard which dIsclosed' '
i -; with an auxiliary chamber containing Hunters are bringing some remark- MINERS CAUSE TitOUBLE. a large defalcation. _-' ; ,
: : an explosive for creating an alarm on two inches, and the pieces are so light ably fine venison to Punta lords; something scratching around the The little town of Wen. IlL is :;. on the part of Eli: W. Stone the as.'-:", J
that soCdier can easily one, door and got to see what it was. '
: a carry up sistant cashier of bank.
the lock being tampered 'with; The dueks are plentiful In the market, comparatively quiet .after a riot and:: the : V :
but the resistance is greater than that As he did so he felt something'sting f
I\ Assistant
inside Cashier-Stone -
L explosive is fired by a hammer and snipe are abundant on the mud bloodshed resulting from the long died at his f.7:
steel of the him the toe. He to ,
of the field-piece of same on got a light see 'home .
the lock. flats south of oW'n. expected dash between the union I on Wednesday night, ,shortly J : ..
that these what had him and found i-.
is not
calibre. It expected stung a
after he had been
C- Fire in Key West last Tuesday i miners and imported" A Chicago I confronted ,oy,the f r ,
negroes.
those of steel. snake underneath door and
.c A ,ventilated shoe haa been invented paper guns, will replace night destroyed all of the.coal "ll da, caught the <& Alton special train, bearing:examiner with! the defalcation. . He''t' : Y'.
are intended for use in situations squirming around viciously. Mr. Bay 0
They
T: - In Cologne, Prussia. A steel springworks freight house ice house and much two hundred negro miners from the: confessed bis guilt to the examiner.. 'o "\ .T'#
where the movement of field artillery killed the snake and sought a physician I .
,
bellows between the heel and freight on Philbrick's dock. The lossIs -
; ..; % South, arrived at the stockade around -
,-
would be impracticable.The but notuntil the poison had 1 '
'eo1e."and every step the wearer takes -a.. estimated at $30,000. through his system. He suffered the Chicago-Virden Coal: Company's VESTIU.\TL'tG itYA'S CILtiiGES :
gone ,
,_ ; ,. ''!drives a stream til fresh air through women who are noted for their Governor Bloxham has offered $100 intensely, but is now on the roadto mines and immediately the firing be- J. South gate Lemon; .chairman ,of: '

T perforations: In the Inner sole to every beamy it \-will be observed all dress reward for the arrest and delivery of gan. The list stands sevea deadand lobe annual meeting of stockholder
ii -
1.. -.r' part of, the foot_ . alike in one respect. Whether for Lee Smith to the sheriff of Sumter recovery.Dr.. L'R. Rowland of Hagerstown, eighteen wounded. :' of the Seaboard & Koanoak, BaUroaoV .

_%' ; 9 .---- street:or for evening, they wear'some- county. Smith is wanted for the murder Md who has 'ln For tthe past two weeks rumor have Company, which controls the.'Sea-v t'1 .
large
,
orange groves
Baron Henri De Bothschild, a cadet thing high about the neck. For evening of Spencer Patterson on August reached Virden that a train having board Air Line System has appointed .t
Florida gathering ,material for a -
ofthe Paris branch of the famous collar for street 22, 1898. from AlabamA wobld reach a eommtttetf
It Is Jewelled ; negroes to Inveatlat the'eaargea -
book the cultivation the ;
on ,
r'3
.-t. of j-financial family, has. passed his final ift is .Home {lAdy boa or high stock. Walter Graham has severed his connection has Just received a letter orange.He from the city, and, the Chicago 4 Alton depot of mismanagement of the affairs.of< jt -

--examination as doctor before a jury The reasonj for this is that the neck as editor of the umterville President Kruger, of the South African has been surrounded< day and the company, preferred by Thomas

'- & fcomposed of Drs. Fournler, iBudin, j i will-.-how age before the face or thereat Time J. B. C. Koonee succeeds Mr. republicla which he gives Dr. night by miners awaiting heir arrivaL Ryan of Now York. Mr. Ryan is a

: } Polrler and 'N e.ltter. The young physician of the body. The cords of the Graham. The Times under Mr. Gra Rowland some valuable information. I. I 1 large stockholder of the company. .

obtained the mark "Extreniely .throat become muscular soon sifter ham's control was a newsy and dignified The Chicago & Alton limited passed The personnel of tie v>nunitteets] -
A serious accident
; 'go one passes thirty-five, and the collar newspaper. very happenedto through Virden en route to Chicago Charles. Krnmbhaar Phiiodelpiia 1 '

'_: I hlda"dlla. It is a condition that will Joseph E. Lee the colored lawyerand Thomas Hobson, at West Palm displaying: flags on the rear indicating and Lloyd Jackson .JAf. "' .

.: i An Inventor in India has oonstrnct- be found with plumpness as' well as politician of Jacksonville, hasbeen Beach a few days ago, while paintingthe 'tibet a special, was following.' Immediately Thorn of Baltimore. I ;I/ .

; ed an apparatus for eooking: by the without. It ia one of the first signsof appointed collector of Internal smoke stack at .the water works. the word was spread, and a and\k'U I -

'heat of the son. It consists of a box the flight of years When at the revenue for Florida to succeed Geo. While suspended In the-air about 25 dense crowd of miners lined"the station" ATTBMiT ( -
:; made of,wood end lined with reflectIng feet from the ground the swing' or t
W. Wilson editor-in-chief of
the
,
wen dressed while another crowd
} theatre; note bow many platform, For hrO weeks ,the dtiieas of B.?
.
;.} ,. '; At the bottom of the box actresses adopt this design, and how Tlmes-Uqion and Citizen. scaffold gave way throwing him to collected at 'entrance of the stockade Waycrdss. Go., have been In emit f

'beinjgr sv::small tOpper boiler, covered many who do not would look better'if } -. J. A. Smith has set out 500 Ab- the ground and breaking his-leg to a half-mile north of the statIon. of IndJgnatkid and 'suppressed' rage '
-. to such an extent about the ankle that "
glass of the
wjth the
retain beat
i they did.Gray baka pineapple plants at Plymouth D. B. Klley, a Chicago & ,Alton detective that wHI burst into a storm of'fury
'"t the bone protruded fully three inches.
rays. concentrated by the mirrors up- SS and the number is to be i mmediately stood guard at a switch, at' the Ii the ghouls who attempted to 'rob \
: Jn the boilel'. is the chosen color for street G. S. Fish of Lake .
: Irma, 'was in -
Increased by Smooth Cayennes. Theyare south end of the station platform tu graves at Mount Carmef'cemetery,
t- I r wear. Nickle, steel pearl cloud, iron, set out under the most improved town a few days ago with a branch see' that it was not tampered! with. three miles from town are'caught .

>;: ', Moscow cathedral, next to St. Peters etc., are all equally fashionable and method-sheds, etc.-Orlando ,Report.er. from one of his pecan trees which'don At 12:40 the special train pissed. the For.an act of dendishdexavitjand; : :

4 :.: At Borne, is the costliest oathe serviceable :Slate gray la the tone of two bunches of nuts a cluster of station, and signal shots were I fired wanton"iIeT.Ih7. .the 'reecatopenlng ; : :

<1a1ndthe world. On the exterior an Amazon cloth street gown. It II six, and a cluster of five. Fifteen !
;
-00 The first carload of oranges to lea re years from the south end of the tfalnan-. of graves-and the manner lnftchsAcred *,
-. $ |he building atone .900 pounds of trimmed with black soutache and Florida was shipped from the Manatee ago, Mr. Fish planted out this tree, nouncing:'its arrivaLimmediately I I dead'have been, .dlstarbed," ,'

: lg0Mt were used. Of tt* thirteen beU*| brightened with currant colored taffeta river last week. The oranges camefrom and for the last seven years' he has shots were fired from this 'seems. to :.

_'rtJJe largest weighs half as much again revere and coClar. The bolero been getting from five to eight bushels surpass. :anything* , -
the Marcus Giddens grove up the moving traliv and outside, and known near Norcross.. f' ' ," _.
":'as' "GreatwjPauV In London, and the bodice opens over a vest of currant the'river and were shipped from the. each season. He expects to pick the battle was on. A few. moments .- .' 4ttp-f .-e.

4 z;. doors of the cathedral of which the red taffeta. Near the edge of the Palmetto docks by the Plant line.'. about eight, bushels from that tree after the train had passed the! switch ::1 ' ';i-'

.4 ,'Jarge weighs thirteen 'tons, coat sharp-pointed revere and ttninVl collar Manatee Journal. this year. Last year's" crop brought where Kiley was stationed and while STEAMEE WRECKED.* : -

? ,310000.. i 1. a line of black soutache. The bolero him 15 cents a pound. Since that treecame he was talking with the citizens, lie .The AUantie Transport 'cO i t-. r
Isaac Ball and his brother Will, "
.
f -- :. r;:," -. I. tight, behind and fitted in who have been on an alligator hunt Into bearing MnVFish has planted threw up'hls arms and dropped dead 9tearner.Moheguu, formertyHhe' Cleopatra f -; ':

{, A.,locomotive of the Pennsylvaniarallway front by a,'.dart at each side. Four down the Kissimmee river returned out fifty others of the finest variety with a .bullet through his br. ln. He. otiDeV1l; & tfnrne tey- p

."\ recently drew A train about large *eel buttons are placed below home last night. Isaac was sick of pecan 'known.. They win come was the first man killed. 1 j And Line; which-left London fjbr New.York '

'threeuarters"-of a mlle long made the revers. Over' the standing collar with fever. The rery went Into bearing next year. He stated thata 1 yesterday with fifty passengers* '!. I

;'up'of 180 loaded cars, from Alton to 1*:&iwide bow scarf, tied butterfly swamp boys pecan tree seldom if ever bears until INDIANS WILL SU RE.'aEH. nod a crew of lit, 1..alib e'oj\t&< '
through Okechooee to and nh-
'Myers, :
4 .uarrisbnrg, 132 mile In twelve hours. fashion wt out streamers. The It Is seven years old.- Orlando Re-' A Walker Minn, special to the.Dja Lizard between the manacles.and the' '
tamed $i7S worth of hides on their
.,The':weight of the train 'behind the scarf is of gray silk.tulle, which material porter. patch says: The BMr,a.Iand of Pillager. lowlands.: .

tender.was,5,212 tons the locomotive .is again used in the plentiful trip.-Orlando Reporter. The Ocala ,Barrel : Indians will surrender, and war from the best evidence' obtainable '.

'weighing 104 ton*. This Is eald to folds thai encircle a wide-rimmed Mrs. D. O. Davies of Leesburg, has Company is applying for Manufacturing letters pat- baa been averted., It only remains for at 'St. Ke, erlne. appearsthat; 'tie. '.' -

7. 'have'been the heaviest train ever shepherdess bat of gray velvet made sold .her crop of oranges at Lisbon, ent. This is the outgrowthof the terms to be arranged, before the Ma&egan-faunderrd five minutes ateaectruck' f'
company
',t- jnored;,along: distance by a single to accompany. bit. gown. estimated at over 2,000 boxes, to 6. A. the Ocala Cooperage Company, that (hostile. win come in to the agency.: ; the rocks., '.She was going

locomotive.' V , C.- Girard & Co., of Cincinnati. Dave fatted to materialize, "and the incor- Father Aloysius }(onaMoa Gus t Bea- at foil speed struck: twice, stopped; :
would, from the..woman'spapers well-known
.' J' .' : I One: judge Brown, the buyer, effect.ed poratbrs are Dr. Ed. and A. E. Delou- lien and Chief Gay Owe Che Way Bl-1 :and rapidly settled into'the-' @'. A*. ,
4 : ,It!Is, believed t 'that lightning is viIble that the chief end of woman the purchase. :"TJie price is kept secret est and' F.A. Lynch. Doctor Delouest mung, the three pe.commissioners: the captain.Q and the executive officers

4 ;at'!.distance of 150 miles,,but vak'to cook that the other half might but it Is understood to be e<|ulvi is who left on the Flora"la evening. for ofihe steamer; went cfcmn with :lief.x '
the and treasurer and Mr. i
'
secretary
J .opinions.:'still differ as to.how. :.far be fed., In this day of prepared foods alentto: $3 per box t o. b. The fruit The : the hostile camp"got{ bnck.at'4 o'clock | it baa been Impossible.tjjns far to acertatin *-. '

'41 J ,.. 'away..th'nnder- can be. &. A French and .opportunities for getting all one t Ii exeetelnt quality, hence the good 'Lynch is" .' 'solid president.one and backed new company by good this morning. They reached the amp how she got.out of her co m vas ,

: -astronomer: made observations on needs to eat Is not- that estimatingwxjmanj price. business at Black Duck Point; at the month of FalmootSi light and- the coast'were-
l with -and influence
.k the..ubjec ,and he declares impossible rather low? If her desire is Mr. Pteken, of Boston, a young to men, them.money The' the Boy river at 9 o'clock last nigh: tUlbie. ,'( -
help '
rt far thunder to be heard at. a to:make herself attractive to man on mau of leisure and means, passed company .
will manufacture barrels for the Indians o'n wat h responded toj signals Among the {Incidents recited,is it an 1
tur-
_&; .greater.:distance\ ban' ,ten miles.' Any the old theory {that the road to hiheart'ia through Ocala Saturday on his way to pentine dealers and incidentally for and the 'three peace eomn ion- escape of Pembertons.. . Mr.: Pe! (
'- 'j ,.Engl1ah'iiiteoro1og1itbasconated, &p through his stomach, she candothatOrtttiIng Tampa, where he proposes to devote 'skiff befon jumped rnto life-boat. I -
the makers and others, haTIng.use ers went ashore in a carrying a .hl\ .
:7 4o,130 a iond ;betwei n*the.:flash: and : a.nice little lunch his"time, talents and means to experimenting for-'them.syrup The are locatedat flour, bacon sugar rFce., tobacco! and wife .threw hint their two children, ,

: ::1auad; ;.Whlch wb ld..give a' dlataneeof.S -ana):gopd plan thatrla, ,too but in growing fine leal tobacco the old shops canned goods -! then,she leaped into the. boat herself.

i ? miles.IfHair.taTiKm.cnt.. there;'Is:more.' to man' .than; stomach, and ,to hibernating the orange foundry site. The buildings.' Fewer Indians going soutk to and thus the wfible family was.saved.
;. electricity. ;Tlie finder;she/fronts co-get a.:real hold the tree, so that. in to there will .utilized as far as practicable are -
: orange years Leech Lake and the Indian village Out of the 161 persons on board1 43'escaped. 'L
'.apparatus]to:.pefJorm this feat coO on him she' is ,as Mke-ly to do 80 by come thefgrower of citrus fruits will will and new ones added. They are filling up. Councils' :held at feen- .. About thirty bodies bare _

,'sists.ro'f. (i:platinum jwlre. :stretched keeping herself. uP to :date In: ,her have no dread of cold. winters., --Ocala" begin making barrels as soon asthe'car tral points almost without exception been washed ashore at. 'differentr t -
', ; of men and events and by 1 ; of Iron arrives, wfhlch has -
t ..overcomb..' ;By>,pressing a buttOn knowledge Star. declare for peace and ask for food., point*. southerly wind.Js now blowing -
'the :ctirreartj'.ls' applied'to the wire, making :& tta'mat: .for him in The government! transport Boumanla bCendelayed.have Several carloads arrived. of Ocala material Stage communication :with the' interior and it is expected thattbe bodies t' -

c t '.brlnging.Hto, white,heat..The.comb those'things that&1ylnttrest him. sailed .last Wednesday for Man Star. already' has been resumed, and work !has of many more victims will be recoverj j -

,k then passed'through' the hair, and Any,, dticate .
a* th* wlre,comes in::.contact the hair i need mesbut not every cook can be of Immnnea. She-took on.bout. 3Ir. and \Ira. Forest Lake of Miami, Park Rapids. ,held Monday The rescued person'

;- is'burned.oft. The end.of each hair bright woman when she.would be one thousand tons of coal, 'besides a and 'their guests Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter - are. jcpceiving the greatest ,aitedtioafrozneinhabItantaaud'the

,being.cauterjzedlw en',cut' prevents3lo88 Th ;ereation ,Is\the result of meeting large lot of supplies. She drew twenty were taken violently' 'in recently MBS. SHERMAN PARALYZED utmost

; ,cf:the 'oil *ub Unc of the1'hair. .people, of, much reading' and .an feet of water. but had no'difficulty shortly after tea and continued Mrs. Shermanwife of former Secretary kindness Is being shown to't1Je female !

-S-' The apparatus, Is attached to an ,or- equal'aroount of,thinking.. whatever In oroesin? the bar.f The to get rapidly worse. Dr..Jackson of State John 'Sherman, suffered passengers. Most of the passengcnv ,

'',' 1 dinary-lamp! socket by A,flexible,:cord r : men were all in good spirits :Hundreds was called, who soon relieved a stroke of paralysis this morning, were Americans returning. home. \ .

:. "t 'and. inbejut.e4Ibyanybarbcrof_ or- ; nddlng of citizens went to the.dock',to .them of their, dfartress. 'Upon .Investi- and now lies at her K street; homeIn] -. 1 J > '.
-'' dln *k1Ie:! ,This -ope.r possible, gation It was found that the only one KILL ( '
: :. StanctkdN' witness tthelr- dep rture.. a critical condition. _' i> ATTEMPT TO EMPEROR: -
"';, ': ,' C.. .be'rWaitched. ; IKto""prevenitv not sick was a boy who was living very entlrt ,
\ : !M.Bucholtz, a Hebrew who 'arrived The stroke has affected her W1LLL\L. '
; . There 'Is.a curious;knocker on the wrth them, and wfho, )had not taken
In ,Key West Monday from New right side, and even In;, brief periodsof The-Alexandria, pOlice have'arrested ,
.
: ; :
;:ft. .ncrt.&oDnrbath1OthedraiEp-. made to carry,it'out,J ut,for the benefit ioyof the iced tea. What the poison :.
A York with a $ ,000 stock of, dry goods, consciousness she Is unable to nine:Italian :anarch1eta' and :hai'lherebfrustratM'iplot'agalnatEm '
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'e
,Jaid *iCnw**::sounded" ta Ir- - : ' - clothing1,, baits shoes 'oo ion.; etc,, speak.1 ::(
JjyTthoae: ;who.?YJ g. committed ties,forldolng owe.wiil![ endeavor todescilbethejmetiiod'of conjecture. Possibly some poisonous ,
& ., withthelnte'nflon'qf opening store Tonight she seemed to be inla[ percr\WlllIani,_nc.won Ws.vvy't, the; ,
,',t .a;crime desired to claim anc4u-- procedure. A sabs\ance have been < ;
,' : " -- In\this c city,' but who lost nearly all may accidentally slightly improved condlt&On.At ,onetime Holy Land to" be"present,at tbecoi': ., :
,;ar-Twomn were.alwayion.clutyina.chamber really (budding,knife.Is, with : :
.sharp .I requir the tea. All have
packed, recovered '
" of his goods by the'reeenit fire at.Philbrick's she evidently recognized.: Mr. secration of ,the ChnrcJj of the .Sav--, -1t.
k't\ : above.the door for the edasa1e&jiabundle: ;! of_ raffia ties except that Mr. Lake Is still :. '
wharf returned':1o: ICew York Sherman, who bad been brat JemsaJe'm .
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W'i purpose:"of'"admitting "any"offender shortened io"" r..te J1Chel yesterday. His stock was not Insured weak. at her bedside throughout.the day,. Thefirst to be-arrested .Is a cafe ", :#
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t t who:came'and. kicked.* Aft&-the length"and so tied thfliCa single Still ;
; and he bad'been twice, notified re- The government officials t whose Mrs. Sherman's health,las been exceptionally keeper we-U-known anardhlst.
:; fugitive,wasadmltt; d,/a.beJI",WM totted can be drawn; otrt'readilywithout* distatrblngi \noiret! ;it"f' the :warehouse'.-Key duty it is to .attend to such matters good, and while she. is whose house the police discovered tn"I

f'Y: .,to:"gIvenctke\ .' that,sanctuary' had 'tie, >;;others.f Half-ripened. Wes't .Herald,, .' have ,at :last cleaned up the' camps well advanced In, years, her physicians wife bound bombs of great... :
iiVs'i been.c1iIm! --,Tj3e!.offence had then plump buds mnstbe| ,choaen, such as ,
vacated the and the-result

i ., ''t W-'b* :deciazed'.before.WJtneases/fand are ftoon\'to'wblchuiowera DC'foundonshoots. ; from ed.'The scXmuch crop blooming of oranges, which time-haIisi-p mlM- is'already.by apparent.troops In the fact that recover hold from out the the present hope that(attack she ,may although full The of bu1tefs.it.Arrest was made in consequenrp -' -...

'f \; ||8 e criminal?-was, provided wlthablackgown.meet are being.cut/Snip,off of j
the fever which have
considerably! short owing' to the many cases they realize t.hat'1Ih chance is of a notification from tie Italian .;
:f ,drinik and a bed:for the liOejhOotwIth' pair of'eel" existed -
the'citizens '
direct
: 4. I 'tbht7evendaya., >A..register;,..which'remainsshowp aors, Lmmediately cutting'off Ihe::leaf dro ith\rhioh has been unprecedented 'among' as a small. Consul-General otC. i'thatjwot: -
result ot these
.t8.tb.b a'n.ind1'"fr m't for manyr") ars- several of"our'grow- ,camps are rapidly getting Anarchists had left Cairo. for-PortSaid .- J

,;4''f t, .:'years5et: eni464T: that_ and durlngthejlxty 1524'wiwtnrywas through: the leavw)and Wcauslng e .shoot the, ers :oslngieatLly from the effects of as can welL be., and The town has Assumed Is now as Its clean normal - GAS EXPLOSION. j f .' ;JVIRDEN ;: 'f< '-. i

."' ,. .c3aimed by 247 persons.jTf ., wl withering of.the shoot,.Bod stnndard It. Yourug'reea, planted ;iaat spring condition. Lakeland 001'U.. Five men 'w re killed and. eleven 'STI L 1S ,. Ji
NEGROES IN ;
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.,: *;' : : '\ '* "! tries'on the laterals as close as poaaPbev awl { had,a struggle for AC. Injured by en explosion: of gas'in Colliery !- ,
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_ ,; 'MriC ijStanleVMiss'I -Dorothy Ten. to)theuprightlaiem.; '* 'ttmnst' be .. wt'nter\at this/,time' of year No. 8, at Tamaqna, .Pa. ._ The fifty-Seven negro mf n, with .I

_ .' '.1 'nant) ,\he crLginaI; oflI11a1aye1I; :: borne T i In,.mind,,that_ jt Is;abaolutelytteel'em .whi- e sufficiently' for :The Marion "County Surgical. Hospital The colliery is the largest producerof the "1fteen women and children, who

' 'i :known picture"!-*'Yea:or No," and for '*.tb.try',to ,bwd!if:there"IB'"any rigorous grorwti\ they show'signs (f which was organized by the local four In that valley, owned by the 'r re brought:to St..Louis after being'

1,21''whkh' ,it;: is'-said Vslje'ig&ve 'nearly; 4fficotyniIfttngthebark'or.ieparstI : | ; : thirst,:and- the 'result is some:'serious doctors six month-ago, is now" on Ldhlgh Coal and Navigation Com driven-out of Virden are being cared ,' J

: :hundred t aJttJngs.:'|a;'still!1.l' :a remarkablyvhanda g, Itj from :hejSvood." Eake. thinking' about Irrigation* .Ankona a good footing and becoming 'Wen pany. It has a capacity of over ,three forvby the city,temporarily. The negroes _. .

-' / >m wyman.,,>,S1e towers CrOSs_put ji.I(:an' IncJj:;long'an.:inch f-ar 'Jn C., and R. Kewa,", ] knowm The primary object was achantY. hundred thousand tons of coal,"and de.lre' to be taken back to Al- ;

; ", over heridtIt1DguIah /1hUgh rather from the,, :stem. 'an, down \to, thewood Horernor .mo! ham bas 'maide the hospital. where patients when employs ',five hundred hands.J babO't they have no traneporta"Ifon. l ,.
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A- f" ''dinjlnbtite busband,-whom she always q.,:"and'i
___ : addresses by his.surname.wlthout. the tudinttl.cut a-t.right a'ngles to, the first Raymond-ipf\ 'Dade.City \6'be*justice { 'So far most of the cases; have 1 in j the left section b of-the mine \ -telegrathwasnelicived from .the r
:- & 'usual prefix,J Mr." is d'ea f, 6f 'ihe for. DistricV : been.of that character, but as It is'be months shifts''of Were Chicago-Vh-den Octal asking1 "
!ne j cry one. ,u.'far a.the stein. Push'O4! : peace* 2. Pasco some ago. men Company

_ c 'and"his wh1teha1rthncg1- '" cqmpara1 handle of_"tOw-knife" ,'under.:.Uie\xedges f aunty. ,0lf, ,Dayton: (f JDadc'' "City. comingbetter. known, applications put to work driving holes1' for 'the to'.have the negro miners kept In-St. d'
> 'tj e4y be Is 'testifies of to for the\4ate are coming in from patients able to through Which water Louis t.heeoa" Ho tlheir
> yet young man ;thlink..9o:, .uto} ;|:raise. the barkaIltUe. ; .?tiry'publjc a* gangway, was : company 1W -
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:y; ,;:, :Tito the:teTrible"baid: 1ii a. ei.j : payThehospital l has had a great be \ Th said.
; ; The, two cuu'hw: form'A"T large ;\S.F.GmanofSeviIe. i be.ppbiicf'fortlie to forced upon the flame While expenses. telegram that,the l'

: : mDffi daring, iia evenfu1 ,ndadrtntorou ; shatpeil.i :Next slice"off the' rose ctar : S tat e'-at: \targe.jj "rfear f : of helpfrom .the 'public-spirited! the gang of men were bnllding. a dam negroes would be kept in St. Lmii

rl- ;, i areerHe} Ia'now:a memI bud :from' ,the-'shoot with,about(:an :R/Pierce: ,*!justice,of the peak for cjtzens, and iIittlefrmnoul-of-town' to back up the water the gangway until r pnttf'ion for them at Virden _,.A'

; '. '. -6 wrof.the booee of,"commons, but.'eeld nOh" of theVbarki rntid i riltt1eaflbe 'pisrrict' ;.jMarion couatyV'has ref awluisi,: smair ,monthly allowance caught fire. Nearly hrindred. "thousand could be- h.d.and then they would be : ; -

,-...4 !."' hi"., laic" '*''_excrjgt',on-those. ,__ "subjects. .wood;:an4.then carefully crape_way sIn d.S' .T.'.Burk. Hendry'i '.--Nffiqware. eoth'4thecit3'': : l ., TJ also. expect* aid gallons of water were turned Into tahentbeveandputtowurklntbe.mines .-

_ .: o-i c'wbieui" -AWean experience;en- the;wood,:without Injarlog'the".?ff 'IiOnd n. 'England,<;has beeftppo1nfrAlmssionerofdeOds11fo\ from'the county.;' ,> ,- ., the boles' ,'and'almost instantly a ter1 .t that ee..Thi!ls men and< '

Z. .&j TtUlea 'Mm'. "to""..be.-.considered. .,an" tau-., lkief, tie, ,'bark 'ihleid. .Thepr; ] .- - rifle; explosion o<*cnrred,> followed 'In _the polite immediately began( "tb" .
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"' i. ""'thae, iL '. c- pared bndtmust1edIay'be'e14j; p. Florida In the,'Kingdom3of';'Great \ ,f FOBETHOUGHT.TAnd quick-.succession by four lighter explosions round up the ;blacks who had scaUered ,-., -
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{ .: r . -. ped Binder the ro.md down the na1 1.t.1. ::. \ ; : whenr come, back from ,ttie ; .of, such force'that JIhe,.gang around!1hecjty,;and7took-them. > c' .

{;7ri Tbe'fesot.1IghtnIng1sa1rnoet: uniersakbut ; JoDghVhenlD! :;poat. 'LfttIt, :tOiuiVau'DeTdertlon i : ; tnt\**.said the' young soldier;'**wejwniblV'Wrrled.7 way afornT-izpfor over three hnn- to the Four Courts .wbere hey:Wflt' 'j, '' '

-. -t : '- the unmer" ,f.deaths' .eue- ttenit ,>op 1'ertof4be shield. lseexaetlyttbe '|other:joui\f1om! :.one'fofon : he t.'fingers *7H v\.jou aq Utle drfeef'atci; ;:-'the 'workm.nwer'townIu ' be: kept. ?*?*!! otbei.." nnATters, ;. rje jsei-\: .
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__ <':, -.A1,d.r.f::1t i t e; :,.TerageVionrtfifths;ui statistics!,lightning l .have pccnr,.shown; In, 'rural"-m.tct the. '.n of'TafflaeqeriOg'theept1ntheictusl".:Cu1th.tor.> mart be,bud' :..t'tb;;t the}.ut.'band.' --..,.-fingerj''pMoffhUe4be ingthe-'parchcd:; hand. ;,I1kejh' ;;physioUnf,blistered 1 e> tj:and"jshriveled ntdi areas.'p-: ,.pened U .two.t it yocng_'ttwclergymeii people'ha: ve In lea:*,the*. cause nevtblodtCddlngfeeThAftyeryday :_. _ar1e.-o.,;c'S,.1: r wea t'-'r' ;controller. : .. ..,oenP ,-r:: ,-" barb, kbt.rnIdedProfesioy'cIn-tbe, .TRF'b)-r WeH-well W. YS-OJ'.1,,now IbaT&' -,,".."f01"o. ]', -.'"": _- /3g'otteflwbat


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THE HOUSEHOLD. excellent portiere If a dining room ,Pek.es. and'{(reserves' put 'up ,In thiswas under the most favorable : t. -

:2ooks cold and bare, nothing will shut dog teas generally do not keep welL I conditions, as they'were growing a Tile ,io Nqris1 ir eSi:: :.:

.4 YL FOR OUR HOUSEKEEPERS AND OUR .it in and give such a cozy, home-like Itiuatever work 01 thus kind van be market gardenand? received the best : '. f' it ; .;jrHandsome \.1 Jr .,. {, \ r ,. ",":< . .
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; LADY READERS. air aa portIerea. Don't use a handsome left even until the. cooler days of..Uohoper culture and abundance, qf fertilizer.No ,'. .]1899 Catalogue'. ... .;_t-. i : :

old-fashioned woven coverlet on.> should..be .,postponed. Jt'ears, c1aa ,.ol, tree*_respond more' ,'freely \ "WKatlo Plan aJ\d-lt b1Ar'to P.r I( f.: l.ftt '"';.' ", 1;

Hatters Pertaining to the comer bed, if you have such a dining room. I quince, grapes and other late fruiU to high cultivation, or pay better Tells immense *** 1
all about their stock ,
Belpi and Hints for the Housewife i Rip the seam and hang it at two ofthe should be eU as late a* possible. as an, .inTeI men'- They: are hardy { (,

/. -From Kitchen to Parlor single doors that. open out of the | 'ine same. in true ot vegetable i| and not injured >by frost,.not liable to. Fruit Trees. ,for Florida Planting \

Ifxe Fireside. room and let them 1 hang in straight Those canned late in the season ..tanlb disease or the attack. of insect; they ); .- P

The Winter Dining Boom. fold at one side. Such blankets drape tter enunues ol keeping than those will begin to bear in eight .to twelve Describing plantlux and over cultivating-tOO varieties*. Orer choice 6)Fruits and lowers*and hJe tiring lUvlI'rd6Opa fall lndrseiioos for' 1.' '

The summer Is over. There Is an handsomely over a low, broad lounge, vanned early. The last crop of refu- years. Then they are not a periahaWe ma wUI.tag be sent 1* a tree veritable UJOD appucatioul Album of 8oaib dead: mFraitTnd1to for a eoP7. n wfU: eS '' thin Haad.oiDe u4 Clltaol1ae Yfewa! ; ,

', oocaeional touch of frost In the air, but the woman who is wise as well gee beans are the best beams to can, crop. You have several months : of, line'RUS ned FlOwea. 10terea&'OB. It yon'.n torn' ,

. and the home-making housewife !i8 already 48 tasteful never provokes her husband and the last tomatoes that turn crimson in which to market them, and the!1 ,OVER ONE-HAL MILLiON TREES. IN'STOOCORANGES : :'_ -.

planning to give her rooms an and children to anger with cushions on the vines are best for canned whole world for a market.. In..fifteen ,I All -

that are too dainty to use, and tomatoes. i>o not run. the risk ol years they will yield ten dollars a [ staadard'ysrletHi either .t
lttlnt
:( I air of warmth and cheer for winter. I ; Tritollapt :- > soar iORANG&Sktsuma -i'
Jvowhere are such effects' more I'8- lounge drapery pinned to position. wasting time and material: in attempting tree, so that 1,000 trees will give an i ;. ,
Use is the foundation of all beauty in to It sometimes keep income of ten > '
can cornr thousand dollars .
t: Bential and delightful than in the din per Orange on Citrus Trjfolfata: Stocks a.SpeciaTty c\
furnishing,'and no room is homelike domestic annum. There is r
by
log room, where the key-no4e; of the wnen put up carefully .a great difference t '-
l- is in most families. unless 'looks are subordinate to processes, but it cannot be depended in the quality of the pecan nuts, the' P C* n /"* T J ES"" I All:Hie, bests tried and tested : -i:
day pitched ,
tles..Uver,_* OOpeacb'"" i'
The custom of changing the furnishing the comfort and convenience of the on to do so. It is better: to dry corn best large soft or paper-shell varieties rE ._....":._. - .: ; -. i PEACHESPlums : % r "

of our rooms for cold and occupants. in he l old-fashioned way that the should ,be planted. These can be 4 2? Pears, Persimmons' ,' Flg l ,'MuI lbfrrieSGra' t'r"' **? -;

yxr; I warm weather is one that has, muchto If -there are no pretty pictures on Shakers did than to attempt !to can it bought from reliable nurserymen., and other frails and flowers adapted to Flaidda Planting proportfcm; -' v Ar

stand the walls-or there is room for more- at home. The only way it can be can. Also the best varieties,are now bud-' Over .* ;
recommend it from every Varieties of Choice J Bjeld'OroWn; oiei.r': ;. .
.: make collection of black and white of its ded ,
point. Fire dollars properly: expended a ned with any certainty keep- or grafted. The latter will begin _

a can accomplish apparent wonders in ones from magazines and newspapers, ing is in a cannery, where it is cooked to bear several years earlier than Two knM Years BMBBR and that \VB PAY TUB araal R> 't.n that i ..1 a r d a' fO oti.\Putw i 4. ,

I the hands of a tasteful Ingenious wo- and mount them singly or in groupson for several hours with superheated hose grown from eed. It is a mistake ruso that we weft 110Detn. to cotta it.4t.ernes. Nanerytoeitatl.wprtee.. 4'4 v

man. tinted cardboard. Drown pulp- team. Corn canned with tomatoes, to buy large trees, one and two f ,P.OMON4 11.B BBult. < ':.

Yellow U the color of all colors to board makes a very effective back. however, keep almost as well a* to lear old are certain to live, and will t
r I ( Outline The !'1izg.B'ros. Co. Propra.PRICELIST k., ,. MacQennZrr.Floritad.! 4 ,-
i. catch !the sunshine and to stimulate 'it ground for an ordinary room. :tatoe canned alone. make a vigorous growth from the Y' ." .' '

g ) whh its own glow. Fill the dining each picture of a groop with a start if the fibrous roots are not allowed -. ; : :
red ink line and see what a bright, Oranges and Pineapple*. to become dry and the soil has : '
room with its ch er-or wlhat is almost OF (3'MAtEitM; ;:
finished look it gives them. The been :
more '
.a'', as e1ective-wlth rich, wanD pineapple growers particularly properly prepared. Dig large ,- .
w rk ? reds or golden browns Don't decide No matter how closely you econo- those who raise them under deep holes, at least 'three feet in diameter rj. 'f '_ l

hastily on which fc shall be. Color is mize In other furnishings, be generous cover, ere studying ways and means and not less than one and ono a rule that:r"tr, trucker and .fruit grower has 'u>,"*#riw'r.** i4r ::

1 three-fourths of beauty in furnish with lamps or other means of of producing fruit all the year round. half feet deep, -throw out the poor SS commissions. A commission everything heft-and 'a i'l\\*'

;, ing. Expensiveness is not in the least lighting the table and room. Pe> This can. be done to a certH.u extent subsoil, and fill in with good compost, commission oa everything': sells. What we desire f:::do'is ..

t essential to artistic results. It does- ant conversation is as good an ap by setting the plants: in N.it"CC8s10n. and the best rich earth you have. In to save !him the commission'*on all the fertilizer he-use*' Ir/ieH-;' r .

.1, n't matter whether'your curtains are petizer as it is diSfe tanlt. and a half forcing them by irrigation, etc. planting the trees da not set them ing direct and thus avoiding .the 'expense. .;'of' 'a1 travelling' 'salesman. r:3:

denim or ail*; your carpet, raga or :lighted i table] in almost sure to be a (Since the freeze the orange growers any deeper than they. stood in the and the"comtDIssloh.of. an t agent: if::youf,are "interested' 1J1'saYIDf' r':

t' -velvet; if you choose a suitable main glum one. (have considered more than ever nursery row. Fill the earth in slowly these commissions give' uzi'nyour*orders'::fornt is: only-by handling:

color and have every other one bar A few thrifty-growing plants givean before how they could distribute the and lift and keep up _each tier of large quantities of goods'that'small ;/ gtns'can'be 'malnta. :ed.' ;We

*F" monize, it is cure to be 8 restful:, attractive "homy" atmosphere to a ripening season throughout the year roots to their natural level, (this rule I were the first,to take the initiative 'steps-tor reduce the cost of fertilizer y.t.y. !

r home-like and pretty room. room that can be obtained in no other and prevent the gluts: whIch' und to I applies to all sorts of trees) as the tothc growers and therefore"should have their'support'='+' I

) Think for yourself this fall; do not way. Better miss this, however, than occur in early winter when the sold: i earth i.. filled in. Young trees managed If you wish a' special.. _formula miXed we will'do It for: you. :charg

I thoughtlessly follow in the old beaten hate plants enough to shut out the weather in the north rendered ,or- in this way are not difficult to ing the actual cost of materials L used.and '$r per;;tcn-forniliUng.:: a

} pnfth.' If the dining room walls need sunshine and pleasant viewe] or make unges less desirable than they would make grow. Thirty-five to forty.feet The following are .our prices* for" the next: 30 days: ".} ;*- -.l-'t :rrl:

re-papering next spring, do it now In the occupants otherwise unconitortnWe. be in the spring. Many men h.1vre-; Is the proper distance to plant. The Sulphate Ammonia, 24 to 28 per cent, ammonia....;-*..... .,............... .....JUJI.

4tead. Two or three dollars Invested ..-EH/abeth Voreton In Country planted or rebudded with a view of ground can be cultivated with oth r Nitrate SodOflT' to 20 per,.cent ammonia..... .... ....... ......,..,....?.,06O.OC1. 1<:

.v'' P In tfhe right sort of wall paper will Gentleman. k. '. obtaining orange very early and verylate crops for many years, but the young Dried Blood. It,to U per,cenC ammoD1&..........,.. ,..._.......-........................ ..
Blood and Bone. to I per ct'ammonia and 15 to 20 per cL pho.phonio add.....3LtL:, ,:,' t: \ "
planting lightly of the mid season trees to be "' ,
)mnsform an ordinary room. When -. ought protected.by strong Bone fine ground S tot per cent. ammonia. 2* per cent.phosphoric add.. ... 1 ..
: next summer comes and need to varieties which mature in the takes on each side, *o they will not Cotton Seed Heal 7 tong ammonia.... ;
., you Care.of the Health. Bright percent ,... ..,., \,] :.50.
: darken'the'room to exclude,flies,and This Is the season_of the: when dead of winter.' be injured in plowing 'among them. Dark Cotton Seed Ideal Pi.to 7 per cent emBionJa...... ...';... */: ,1'.....;-.1UI
every one hurries out of doors as soon year (Much can be done to make the or Peach trees, or even orange trees in Potash High Grade W. to 85 per cent sulphate potash,''(ft to n per e.*. S toal 41.ft r
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as'possible.! It makes little difference one is so apt,jto take cold. The weather ange accommodate Its ripening 'io Florida can be grown between the Potash Low Grade 48 to U per cent'sulphate potash 27 to,2t per'c SCtziaL.,MJt,
at this time is changeable and inso Potash. 80 to S mutate of ..
Muriate percent, the demands of the market it is of will above .
attractive as .
rows They
whether a dining room fa often damp and-'rainy, that one pecans. grow Potash, Kalnlt. 24 to,W per_cent,.sulphate po 12 to U per cent, actual.. .....-. 1JJS ,
3. or not, o that it is fresh and cool; should use 'precaution:possibleto one of the most plastic: of tree The the orange trees and afford some protection Hardwood Ashes. t to > per cent actual potash:......... .. .../Jt...' .........'.....-:; r
but_fa\winter nothing takes the kink every cold. severe;drouth, last spring has caused, from cold weather.-Klsstra- Add Phosphate 14 to IS per cent available!phosphor!*-add;.;:...'.*.;:::; ...t..l"

r 4i out of life more effectually than threes avoid taking on some trees, three distinct blooms, me Gazette. Dissolved Bone Blacj. II ta U per cent available- phosphoric add... .,: -..11M. R
rests .In. and din It ia a well established fact that and three setting of fruit, the list Tobacco Dual: : This dust U sold,by>> sample-and la guaranteed to Jbe wt l uch.Q . ,
t a day' a warm cheery more people die from pneumoniathan ) and to contain all fertilizing,and Jasectldde properties..*, ,..,.-:. .."....;.>aj1. "

ing room. from any other disease. The of which are now only as large a* How to Grow Persimmons.Take Ground Tobacco. ,.Stems... ... <.,. .t...........,..... .t.._ .... ......,., ......... 13.2.
:/ Yellow wall paper is lure to harmonize germs of this, disease_ axe' frequently cherries. Trees in this State have care of the wild stock on'your Land Plaster...... ....... ....,.....";..,__'!.!;.'f.K: ....."*....!.'..,:.;.c".''.'.'.;;.:.'',...,..."7--....!...'.."'...'.. U.0I ,..y

: with .any-colored carpet .or found in the mouth the saliva 1n.. been known to bloom in September. place until'it has a good stoat stock Salt. either coarse or fine to 200 dcka... & cents or'by the ton............. 'Ut '
curtainsend. } \ a, brownish-yellow; or The fruit grew well until the cold Copperas put up In any size package.. 2/ cenU per'pound or:by the ton-.i..1..SUI'
t ( ground,with ell-OTerpattern: in shades- the:nasal' secretions; but these germ dry weather bf winter came on, whenit four Ieet"hl8'h..then put.in grafts of Blood and Bone Bcnc,:Acid -Phosphate; Dissolved ;Bode, Sulphate
or from
better varieties four five feet
,ofv the; same 'and cream brings out alone ore not sufficient to cause the turned yellow and most of it fell the ground in ,early sprIng 'In one I! Ammonia and: Kainit:var'e put ip in 200 pound iaclc!. CottonSeed 1

the' beauty of all'klnds of ;picture. disease: An exposure to cold+usually off. In the,spring;the few remaining bear Meal and Laca Plaster, ,' too pound sacks.. Potash.'all'''kinds
.will have nice tree
a
it hence the ol year you
brings on, necessity
Pon't: try to patc& the old ingraincarpet oranges turned green. again, began ing fruit. Large trees should _be eatback except Kainit 224 pOunds: ,Nitrate Sodais in: nnten 'acks'from: t

ti and m&ke it.last till sPrIng.. taking this extra care of one's self during to grow; and in August were of. normal in August to the height of four lob to 300 pounds. Hard:Wood Ashes; barrels of 250 pounds.re: >:-.

"That is "abjuring that\ wastes.' Cut season of the year. size and good quality. five 'feet and let three bacco Dust in 100 aud 125 pound 'bags' and cases "of 350 to.450 i J
or sprouts
When is contractedthe
.
pneumonia once
It and have It into ( .IJ Again. trees that have borne pounds. .
up woven a big rug very \ J-
...
grow
multiply: rapidly and ,until the following spring to j :Ma
germs very
for tM dining table. It, will save heavily and were therefore somewhat .
by their growth form poisonous chenp put the grafts in. Ttie persimmon,can E. O. PAINTER &.CO.. 2 >
more than it costs in. of the : strained-have delayed booming until
wear new r ;
... \ leaf :which the; whole be budded in early ,spring or Augustif .... .
: 'carpet. ,. and give the-room an air of products. poison .the fallowing.J une, and /the resultant .4 .k JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: ': -!::
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few after the
t'here
are a dry
The symptoms, generally days -
warmth and luxury 'besides. l Carpet system. fruit,did not ripen until the next .'
.
.. show themselves nry' suddenly.: After buds are put in. . ...
were'never' and April thus being ten( months ou the -
as cheap es now; are :
.
i a person,has been exposed he hasa The wild stock will- grow faster You.Jtz4.tM man wBo u"lirar st d ta >
sure to cost more neat spring. sharp chill followed by fever and trees. than the Japan, and put, out more t0 reapTws Al8Mt IINIn the'welfare,of.Florida' and,yon will and .'x
V\s a thinketh is he." Don Growers generally do amt take much Coach 8 ; "
,man so t "one ,
: great'proatraition. The saliva changer roots, heal over all cars If taken care tima Sold by drsssraa' the who 1a'-bt4a small way faDyanve .: a r'
'give anyone the shivers, by keeplnwhite Stock in this "June bloom," or in any s rto the .interests of'rU .mtropoUs : i,
curtains at the dining' room to a sort:of blood color other unseasonable bloom, for the.resultant of one,or two years before grafting. the sty Dt ''rts' <} \* .f.< w't .:
... Persimmon trees will have io be on
dread
:windows. when ;yellow, dive',or red ., To prevent this i disease\avoid fruit/ usually'does not amount t tJAojsotvILiE
denim cost 25 catching'a:sudden. chill, or cold: YrtoeQpfeet > much but It show the' good land. or be- fertilized to .make You Want, a ..... : -
: .. only cents,, a yard. ..... to persistence fruit.I ,. "\1.1' : ;
):tt.hei' cater wffl give: more warmth ;'well on damp (days. and determination of .the"orange to have James GrapeVine :
been bothered/with
two
'- than":: three times that ram expended .'When taking a/bath be sure that:4hetemperature bear a crop every year; and if the insects .' "" ::.. .
kinds the beetle}that cuts
In'cpal, 'io"nay,,nothing their. '.beau: + of the bathroom is pleasant effort of;the 'tree were only seconded back the of tree in,. the fall, ?I, deatroyth.em' How,about_ j It will not'occur to him.that"IM is' not.'a*

iy.' ',Yellowand, white 'or-red and anti equable. Keep the mouth and it would doubtless present its oWnera ; Campbell's :Early?, interested although his kome. ht> taaUy'
clean/ ,by broadcast,plowing l U Saptemberthe' and kindred,may be ta... .. ,' '
white denim makes'the*prettiest kind o.v /Eatplenty'of nourishingfood. paying other Insect is a whites Vines ., I .... -1' ,..
.
.
x? of winter'curtains,'.:with:.., rag carpe, i.;tiefAenough, healthful sleep U.Lregu1aJhdUl'&Dd l.n'',the northern ..part of the Stateit ::; :' seatbymaltIatere.thg : -- -" 'J(;; :f.
arB.
e .that, sucks the leaves of the prices D.IlAYW.&BD'It I '
". and home-made lounge. : : keep the, ayatetin i* not deairaable to have.frult hang Laa4.Jl'JL ; ; TAMPAV: r
them to* curl .. .
growth causing
young ; .
,. '-Darker colors, red 'and black," sal the best possible'condition. Iii ibis. ihg"on the -trees all winter ask is : .
: and drop off, and sometimes the limbs ; t. Jr.: "
and:brown:o(figured. denims_ ,"'make way,youwiil aypid pneumonia 'likely to be. frosted. But turthersouth will die. This'scale makes_ a small The State not 'ouJT&' winterVtsort of great promKnenca .
College :
,Another',form,:of-cold la called the for: Instance in {Dade county. : but-on*:of the bbiatU4'1DOaL_ .
black fly.. The persimmon tree will progressive la_th* enttr loath.I ', :
"grip./iThis disease-was ait.one timesupposed where there is .not frost enough to .
.
AS Lake -
Qty,
,.
hold.It* fruit better as it older ..
grows ,
"Rricelcssp.ai: t to be.an\epidemic imported injure} fruit, Chere 1* notwDg'n eded if'taken care of. J. W. Hudson. ': d' >........

.. ,. --, from'loreign"shoreab\t:it has since but capital and enterprise to enable : Offers Superior Advantages'forAcQuit- I :' "<' ....
;
," : ... > ; 'Bade City,. Fla. .10. ; tag AND "S4 y ; :
been proven that it'ia duVto'exposure the.growers to regulate largely the : f.
.
.
; 'Iir 3ncleznentr.. .a -, GOOD EDUCATION 7 -0'' ,: } '" ,.'r
.
;,. ;during The_ grip time of 'ripening and thus secure .
.,
!should nd be allowed: get_ a hold market: at".a time when: the" fruit ia There.is more :Catarrh in this section Along.the lines of Modem Thought! and. like Its elder slater the'aoothenaoaVcKjrof N> '' '

on r'one as'It so' quickly ,devel into wanted. Take such 'a superb orange 'of the'country than all other diseases Activity r' our ,fraternal Union the' .ualqo*;and" -
s ? beautiful_city o% ;\
r + serious:" ..1f dlaesaes., _: \ \ as"'Hart's' Late Or Tardlff, which j is put together and.until' tue las ,Engineers!! Physicians, Book-keip- : '_ ... .. '

p t -Sulphur:used;freely; the moment. a, packed 'with the shoat delicious juice, few,years'was supposed to be Incura ers, Agriculturists. :,. "-- "' .' . .

.. I f ehild,ahows."syznptomskof: ;a cold, will dense, heavy Jtn> 'the hand, and remains -' ble. "For-a'great'many,years doctors :

.. prevent diphtheria: ," it:Is.said,, Alum so, tanging/on the tree nearly pronounced! It a local disease and ., Chemists KEY. WESTlt :' <<, _i

r \all summeaiid' assist such 'a tree prescribed local remedies, and' "con. ;
the sue of a pea.should be glrenthemeveryntght by SUCCESSFUL.:. MKJf.AITO' WOMEN'
"
; .. . _._, . 'w.L-' )_, :,when? :;they go 'to bed with,timely;: trrigation'and: fertilizingan :, stamtly ,falling- to cure with local .- i i* close toTtae warm: waters -ot'the fanous :.. "
In all "
...., .. ,1- "' +.' <. t H Is hardly possible to exagger- treatment, pronounced it Incurable: .,'Depanments of Industry4. have 'Gulf; and 'each..thereby connected' -
'f There consti
ls nothing for
'1T"tl ': "'o.I.. '- ,; t ; : .so.good, atethe'tufts! that might. be reaped.. Science has:proven catarrh 'to b iq et'a..tJe.ptaeed oa paa;.3fdeber l I' pa tlaaaa'plenty'of.: green fruits; eapecX < the world by the bet l-: ' TRAILWAY -
,.. .fAie.d'b worth Ita bt I. KOId uaaaU .lo< ; obstinate case ,It Islln;some inch scientific' manipulation .constitutional J, disease' and-tn-refji' Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. .Send"- for new.. ' -< ',l "
4 .etot'.- ofvher : as :
: "
"T etthet other two children Chas she did a t "will'clyyield; to,, the, eating of -- :
IImD svItv the finest: : of; fruits at the nick otime Hall's. Catarrh Cure,'manufactured ,by President .f
.
:
lair Ue ohf Moth JII1tDcL'-: a.nd :.three or four juicy apples. just. ,before W.. F TOCVn. : .
;',to wnrooe expectiaf to tiooaiia met sr,"eayl i .retiring for the night.1 when*'.thg! season in ,the Northdemands F. J. Cheney '&.Co.:, Toledo, Ohio, i Jj take: City;Florida. '. \ '
; :
J
.I them, that' Florida must the only constitutional cure on the
Thus Write Henderson Dale .i ''!'Simple f remedies often rove efficacious ,
Druggist
: : '
-x seek her salvation a* against:. the market. It Is.taken interrwt'y? d wes -
'
oar Cv'nd' ,m, to the Bradfield Regnlatof In the case of nervous headache. '' ' ROLLINS COLLEGE in the country and w* leave you to gnat'
P, company of Atlanta,'Gevt ,the'proprietors -. 'Loosen'the(waict :knot the"hair'highup1 clumsy competition of the fat-witte, from' 10 drops to a teaspoonful. ''It 1 Its name only remarking that. yoo, CWA ..
,. t and manuiacturers of>:*4Mother'g 1 t and sleepy i ':tropics-S. Power i lu acts directly on.th blood and mucous ..'sSTANDS tree more from Its car,windows*tnaa by. ;
.. out of the :way and while . FOR > ;i
: leaning
,
..! : Frle 1d.\rThia suceeafhl,4eemed to ; *
.... .. not : Fruit Trade Journal surface of'the"system. The/ r ffer any other|" ". If 'jroa",cannot And' its
one of the internal *"* *i janes o'7erba.iiQ"p' ce epongeoakedinwater.si : .
many ad a \ - one hundred dollars for case It 1 THOROUGH! EDUCATION, name here look oa your:ranvay. tlettw.Ja s ..
Ytrtiaed to do unreasonable things, but a :: hot'as ;can ,be:borne:on:.the I any }PRACTICAL EDUCATION. Its .,1 .. .-:...
:
:scientifically prepared liniment especially i Plant Pecan Trees. falls"to.cure..Send'for circulars npdtelthnon1als. '1, Pt
eX effective in and back of: tithe:neck. Repeat several! Address MODERN EDUCATION.DEPARTMENTS > ..,
r ; adding strtegth elasticity i The pecan"Ia native .of nearly allbfthe'iouthern'stattes : :
..,. .to those parts of woman's organism whlca I tinier ;and gradually'the'. pain will and 'is found F. J. CJlEiiEY'CO., Toledo, O, ;
bear the severest strains of childbirth cease.-PralrieTParmer:: : : ;
1 .i :
o;-' '.'- The liniment:may be used at any and ". ,,' r :''' - ,_ ', growing from'Texas to"the Carolina. Sold T>y Druggists,' ?Sc.. 'CoIIcgIatt. Prtparciorv, Com acrda., THE BEST 'ROUTE: J

: n,times.during pregnancy up toy the: : : f Yti Even in their natural condition pcans'Ieldkprofitable -. Hall'...TamilPills, ore the_ best.. Music, Aft. .Normal.
:T-7 hoar of cxmfinement. .The earlier it I f tlate: Summer Work.. m : ; ; crops. 'of nutThey --- ....
'jr; :is begiin;and the:longer used, the mon ; : ''Every is laid the Instruct '.
.; The;wise housekeeper all '-will emphasis upon i' s.
: postpones ; grow"rapidly; and produce .
perfect will be the result but it has been % lion prtren. The professors and Instructors ?
", ,wed during the last I month only I 'her preserving'that, ;she can:postpone I abundantly wherever the hickory will :MD 3iZ are experts irno ban held corresponding For particulars,' schedule,>,fti ate:,: ,, .

;'great benefit and success< ", r; thuntil{ ,after, the, middle, of September; flourish, Many'people have been, d*. shone pin the highest colleges in-"toe* write to Q.:D. Ackerly..General FaMenAjrtnt -._,tt'
It' not'only,ahortens. labor sad lesaeni I,The ;dank weather of late cumnerl terred:from*plan ting becaus a ha?o SOS "aBeautiful Location Healthful Surround- i ger Jaoksowlll: Slaw., v ,
pecans '
Ilrthods.
Excellent
,. .*ashes the pain the attending,danger.to it'life, but of greatly both mothd dimin-!.: :'which often: extends. Into the'.beginning'of they think,It:-will be many 'years'ba- JJo 'a m'jMe oy'1'.emc } ,:Ingalodern Good Fine 0rmn Board.aatrim., ,.We I-rsraished Library kooms., .c s .

'and child,andleaves the mother is a condition -,;. i:September. bas. _$oaaed by _fore;;the'trees'begin- to:beat or;yield f' Terms Reasonable.' Ea h student given.
;, -" more favorable to needy rewv zyx .,',thia itlme. ,The atmosphere.has.now'taken profitable crops., Such is not'the case a room. to' -himself without extra euarge.CIOECZ ->SlTDiTIQI3( GUiRAsTKgD

_, -' ,a3iotber's Friend"! iasoldby I I :onFan; "'inrlgorarting1coolness, wherex:they*.are:planted in good' soil t. ."k"_for farther InfTautloa" K.and WJUO Catalogue,.Pres If-'
s LOO, or sent by express en receipt,ol_ tnd students ear far paid,Tn, ,
; which;inspire .t.hehOUeke receive .sppl So ; ,
to doI
price, t p .i and. proper:care. In one ii y, .nun iiioT Agent' Deal: busines. school 'In tae
< Valnskble"'book..lor''WOIDeZIe; ,'"Befon I\ her extra: '-work.. :These cooler::days, stance: the :writer.'has known pecan -a esv?r..wr nos swsr r furrax Pair yti. south' Send .at. sacs for'ele. '
'
," ,. ;Baby Ja Born,".neat free on application. says'an.'eu+hangeare :far- better. ':for. trees to:'begin to':,bear In six:years Ii gnat catalogue. ** ....

;; 6 .'!4 Isnan 8E6tJLATot t0. -:.ansats:.Ow .the, -/'w'-pork.. .. -t fronvth'e: ::time:the''seed was. :planted; . l N. N. U. 7-20 <---- it J1fiAlslih3 BtI.uu5lS OOIXXCX '
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FA&M GROVE' : GABDlflf tp tan* at tni saht* time much green fort:tr dry wood can be used. Two gating a good stand by running a In all my older fields- all the stumps 1: plant prior TO the middle of September

tobacco> is in this way carried to the sticks are put together with the ends shallow furrow and planting in the are eonapicnous'by their' absence, sodthey fare succeed,, jo obtaining a good ,' + ,

MATTERS THAT WILL INTBRSSI Ltd.B&tntly. i.yala each Wtaer and lighted. 1'b.etbbhc bottom of this farrow, using either a all rotted .""'10 ai to be ."jr stand of plants. ,It must be born.',Ja x

' AND AID SOIL TTXIER3.Corrcftpondance tin syatstn of priming has itt ledlately oVer tlf* 'firs trowel or a sheep pfeket about three of removal. n.reforefNm- praetioalixperience mind that lettuce Is not fond of a high.

C t been Adopted. In this method instead must be..pushed aMt; so as not to-allow nehef wide for the purpose; by us- e I 'recommend the letting temperature., Those however, who "; '

o of Expatiate dsd of.-cutting_ the wAole sttlk, this it to souse totr ckfce. A hole Is lug a tool -of this shape instead of a i of> the ,pine stump,alone for a few succeed in carrying .their plants'

4rI ': and Interesting Extracts From leases are taken off from the stalk made about threv feet 4-squar, .n4 round one it makes a cut not a hole years when It will cea* 'o tllet through' until the weather moderates

Our Agricultural Exchange Oon- and carried Ito the drying shed in baskets about \% feet oep-in order to get a and the roots of the young-vlants cane you of its own accord.C. will usually have their reward In being :

3 earning Our Farm Crop. Some growers prime off half the good draft.. The fire is started at sundown spread in the cat and I find Usa K. MeQunrri able to place their crop .on'i[the'

leaves in this way and then cut the and put +out.about 9 o'clock on hey!> atari to growing quicker.: If market at a time when 'it, wUl ebm---; '

Cultivation of Tobacco In Sumatra.We balance of the stalk. Tobacco is mover the following morning when the windows the weather is dry at setting out the Lettuce Growing in Florida.It maud exceedingly remunerative 'ifigures. -.' ..s

make the following additional out: or primed when wet with rain or can be opened. The fire is putout >lanftMnld be watered as they are is only within the last few years Generally, however, it ''st. v

extracts from' the bulletin of Mr.JiioflferfyPil" dew aa this causes Khe leaves to sunburn > by palling the sticks away from set and the soil firmed to them fesvng that the culture of- lettuce for the good plan to make repeated sowings, -, ;?

**,ifrjn tThe Cultivation of and littk holes to form Which each other and covering with sand.' that last eu.tlit itiy open and Northern' market has been attempted :commencing August 25' .nd. ooutlno--. r' '

. ",. Tobacco in'Sumatra," published by lowers the value of the leaf. The cut Water is never used for this purpose, three or fotw day afterwards be wa- 10 Florida. The best crop of lettuce lag untilJaaoary 1. .

c4 the Halted tea Department of Agriculture tobacco is very carefully kept from as it might injure the leaf. The onfe ered again but in this second water raised in this vicinity Gainesville) The shipment 'leibtncehere usually .>
thing that Is needed b the heat of a little nttrstte of soda should be "
: : the ground and the pekoelan is ov have 'been produced on oar fertile begins about December Srt and'con.. -' --

w ,%'Iko ? 1r. *Ripening! ,When the red while .being hauled from the field the Are, and no smoke nor steam mute diluted. say a pound to twenty-five hammock Janda. The soil Ia a deep, tinuea to some time In.ApritDuring1 4,' 40'

ti plant has been about .forty or fifty to the drying shed. allowed. galfen of water, and a half plot ot lack, sandy loam. Avoid stiff clay the season of 1895-96 ',t e ,- '

days in the field the flower buds begin The contract with the coolie ends water* to every plant. This will act oils, as on such soils lettuce is liable market varied at various t1 .,, Rf

W ;c to come out and are pinched off with the delivery of the tobacco to Some Obserrations on Successful a* afeentle stimulant and give the to "damp off;" that is1 the stalk becomes influenced largely By the state of the J
R United Cabbage Growing. plant a good Bend off,'for the future weather the cities .. u. ".' '
juatj..ln 4$-e State; The appearance the drying shed and its acceptance by diseases from some fungous In Northern as
and vitality of the plant determines From the Florida -Atr TiouKurl profit of almost any crop depends on growth and frequently to as the supply on the.market. -- ;' '
decays
the European( assistant. After the There has been so mudh said in the such ..
a the start,ft and is
,.' how much shaH be pinched main crop of tobacco has been cut agricultural press about cabbage get cabbage no exception I an extent as to be unable to supportthe Strictly fancy lettace,..command t
+' off In the It is usual-to leave to the rule. head. good figures when stock will opt ,
"i
topping. poor
; the .beat, oi,the suckers, which have growing that to an ordinary individual I .
from 15 to 18 leaven, but in tom extraordinary C. K. McQuarrie. pay the cost of freight. '
come out In the last few days before the subject would seem thread- I would likewise advise that wet,
: DeFuniak Fla.
vs' cases as many as 24 leaves allowed and Spring, land be avoided unless Lettuce is successfully cultivated ?in!
cutting, are to grow maure. bare by this time but an important soppy it be
,'J are left on. After the plant .are These suckers are usually tapped crop like the cabbage in the Southern tihoroaghly drained and subsoiled this vicinity without protection; yet act
<' r topped suckers come out in great Cleaning New Land in ,' our moat successful truckers are pre'F
weeks before
sit about ten or even eight leaves Start es, has ao many variation of many the crop is planted.
quantities and the wife bar Id We are no'et the time of the pared to shield a portion of their
aDd the coolie receives for them commonly "oil, climates and fertilizing that..1. High, dry, thirsty land is not de-
s keep them broken off This is usually about half the rate of the most every grower finds out something year when clearing land is the order irable I have known. successful Trope from the effects,of the untimely R .
+ Y done in the morning..Ifthe.topping of the day by those who make it lizzarda hat sometimes visit our
be
other tobacco. They receive about new about it time he crops to produced on our flat t
every
t" ; has been done at the $3.20 per thousand plants for the.very mak s.a crop of ,It. All of as make a practice to add year by'year to woods lands where stable manure has sunny clime. Cotton cloth is 'usually ;

.L proper time. the tobacco is usually best suckers although occasfobally the mistake* more or less of not paying their fields or If the new settler con been freely used. Many have made a used. for this purpose. ;

:IA 'rlpq end fit to be cut about three 4t.8O Is given, but not often. 'fbe'very better attention to the prelimina- templates getting his fields in readiness failure of lettuce culture In Florida Even in the memorable freezes of .l"'

dvreeks Alater. No definite and positive small sucker plant are not accepted Ties in erop growing. In other words for the spring planting of cropsit because they have not selected desirable 189-, some of the truckers, saved their

t, .rule an be given which will indicate: at all, but thrown. araray. These we don't work the soil enough before is time he was making a' beginningto varieties.The crop with only partial loss. Lettuce, ,

.the_ ripening of the plant, and, In plants always have to be kept separate. planting our crops. Another mistakewe that end. In cutting timber on ;r- advice so liberally given by If not in head is not generally injured "'

J V fact there are various opinions upon After the sucker crop has been make is in not applying our fertilisers dlnary pine lands the stamps shouldbe Northern seedsmen in their beautiful If the temperature does not faB below k *' '.

4 matter.. The tobacco when ripe secured the stalks of the tobacco long enough ahead of planting I left low enough for the awingle- and costly catalogues cap seldom be 20 above zero, but if it is heading, the

1, r has s yellowish appearance,the leaves, plants. BtHl in, the ground are taken time to be Immedjately available tree to pass dear over them in the followed with .profit. Many varieties jury is great If the mercury reachi -'

: :especially the inside ones, have little Hit, root and ell by the coolies before when wanted by the process of working the land. If the hat succeed admirably in more north' i 25. The damage Is much lessened +

'llght .brolnrn.nmpa and take on a they leave the, field and go to the fermenting Soil intended for a young cabbage plant crop job is contracted for, a dollar an acre ern latitudes are of little value ; In It here is IretectJo-from+ the rays'of. -, '

.. . '' :aomeWbat swollen .9pear while abed. This is done to prevent cfbould be the very best on the farm. is generally' allowed to have this done Florida. Not a few varieties that the-' morningsun; .

."t 'x,.., !the, edges commence (to curl up toward the growth of additional sucker Where possible sod land that ha I built one hire by'the day it does not produce well do not possess good ear The damage' from.roM nort& winds -J

""r.v; ,.t c. the underside and assume a. dark crops which, would exhaust the soil been a couple of years lying idle is I cut any figure in'tine price paid. tying qualities.Of will be greatly diminished if lettuce)is,

tI"tf'i *?;,brown' color. The time from trans- without doing any good. The stalks the brat; failing that land that has I Every farmer that contemplates all the" varieties that have been planted on the south side*of a fores
.
A half barrel Sere for
planting harvesting in Deli Is from of tobacco after in keePIng or clearing land year after planted in Florida I .a'm basket used
l & being stripped thedrying been in a root crop and has been well. inclined to "
f -.f .% &**{ *p 1*! d ye' shed, are scattered over the fertilized comes next The fall crop year should always deaden his timbert think that ttihe California Cream possesses Shipping lettuce! It ..hO'11td'b neat "

l a; ; is -'Worming.--One of the most important field intended for the next year's that Is set out in September or October least a year ahead and two years more good points than any and clean. Pack with stem end trp ex'r,

"-, ;.q': features of, the work with tobao- crop. doe well to follow the would be still better. The time of the other. One of the most successful Shipments are'gene, al1J" made by
p very
".f., .. .\ i x6 ,In..Dell''Is the worming Here, as When the tobacco is hauled in by Sweet_potato crop newly dug and In, year for 1le'operation should always market gardeners in the State, who Fruit pr"RL-P. )IF. Wilson in Farmer. .ar id

: (1. .. elsewhere, the plant (are troubled a the coolie he is supposed to put ten that ease injures the soil being in be in August, during dog days. Tim- planted twenty-five pounds'of this variety Grower.. '-, .r

'p ."t 't'j; gr' eat'' deal(with these Pes. From ilahtsjon..the stick, as already explained good tilth. her deadened then will burn better teat season, writes -me ,thai. he CIA$8ED' '
;" the beginning of the planting until In such that can and the roots will decay earlier than "wants none better. It forms
._ i-way it be readily The cabbage crop is a gross feeder large, "Isn't flint new neighbor t of 'yours .r$
_ Y *the tobacco goes into the barns or examined by the.European assistnt. and will require heavy ,fertilization if deadened at any other time of theYMr. solid heads which outside are of. a rather .eutrie7" inquired
\,, ott'i' 'sheds the crfcflle bQ to look1 for The tobacco is purchased of the to do well; betd.r:have a small patch: If the timber has been dead- medium green marked with small travelerJ.answered one { ,

1" ; ',worms. He usually does this 'early In coolie at the rate of $6.40 per 1,000plants thoroughly fertilized than .a large end a year br two In advance and a brown spots; within tore leaves. are of of ftif 'village' prominent ,citizen .

j!.' }] 'morning or et night wfcen there for the best and about 80 cents area poorly ..fertilized. On our ordinary dry spell chosen in which to do the a rich cream yellow. It, is a black "He ain't rich enough:to be called eocerrtric. 1- < !

; t c-'I ;ls :'nx ought.t 'No poisons are .used per 1,000 plants for the worst tobacco sou'&ern soils fifteen hundred clearing, it can be done very easily seeded variety and forms heads almost He's. just a. plain nnk.- ,

.1. '_a.'-but the worms are caught, by. hand he delivers. He is therefore requiredto pounds per acre is the minimum quantity and at little coat as solid as a cabbage. Washington Star - aJ

-9'. ''vpnd" )- 'The voloie readlzea that it put up, plants of the same kindtogether to get anything like a Mr crop, If inputting down the trees they Another variety thatt is largely -. -

f G. ,A* fij"( \s<>;W wtt..lnterest to hare 'the. on the same stick. and if the soil IS wen filled with humus are made to fall in heap of three planted in the Gainesville section i 15

:J.e'tM.r.free.fNm; ; ; worm,, holes and ,Each cootie 4tas A small book in and generally in a good cohditlon and four, a little rolling will put them the 'Big Boston. Where all the conditions P1&FWaEaSCO1RyI* A..r

fr ".r): >a elyihas to:be?urged to. attend to 'htafa is entered the tobacco delivered a ton can be.applied With'prof- close enough together to burn entirely are favorable it is an ideal let- r .K.

.t: r .,'I.. 'ihis. ":matter. .fitin, if .some of them .by. him The 'assistant also keeps itable'results. If'we could get 'on the away. Large log heaps.are very tuce. It is to be regre'tted.that the "STATIONS"SOUTH BOUND_ .

> }' ., ,neglect it, and the appearance of the ft book for the some purpose, with the market- a f fertilizer with the follow objectionable in clearing land, as the seed of thla variety do not germInateas i : toatirtDafly 0 No ,;

'; ,-t field'atanrsMifc they have to be set'at number of his 'field, and sends in a ing analysis it would be Just what hot fire of a Urge heap will completely perfectly as could be desired. For .. . .. ..;.
,. L. Jacksonville ..;.. ,;......... rt
c "; it by those, in'charge. report, regularly to the manager so the cabbage crop wants: thai 'Is toe $11tthe soil on wbdch it rests. On this reason many people 'make. ,failures \I ot,. Augustine ..;..*............ I.9 joaJ deep 4 sop -.

. .:'a Z' :\ ,Saving Seedr-Ai the time of topping that proper credit can be given to theooolk t. io per cent potash, 1 per 'Cent the other hand small heaps scattered of their first planting; but with L51.'Hasting Augustine............................. w 551 4 upv -
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= 4 few:piatot. t r* left, for seed. for the tobacco phosphoric acid and 2 to 3 cent all over the land will -not Injure the proper care and patience no one need .... '
delivered. per of "* z.Palatka .._......:...,....|II SJaj J JSP
., 1 'TJW,' finest.and:: liealthlest 1 The as&istani also h ttg n. Th dais case you would.have soil but add to Its fertility .by theaabea fall of a good "Stand." L.. hlatka ..........:...(10 top .' 4
2"'t: 1plintM selectedfor' this i : keeps a book made Successful trucker In this sectionare Ar Sao Mateo......._..,....,... ta41/t m
s jsirr"
,_ ', .pur- .*bowbg'the. . quantity.of, tobaccos in to supply a little nitrate of soda to Lv.Saa.Mateo ............., y acaj J jop <., :.
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." -. 'pbiI. eof.bddrseere- of D'Ot< ,. e.+ h.olr.the dryiilr-sheia'skid In.cane oath hill when the plants get to In cutting green timber the heaps partial to newly.cleared.hammock L:East Paiatka ...i.............. joal j p. -J
'.M'.. butar'e'troIScnred tbo 'waandi for sowing lettuce seed. Plants rattmlIn LT Ortooml ****._**..*...**>*..*. wp 4r AOQ. -.
",g, -'r.' " .' .j -- oJJnie' this'b,,is_the basis Sf'tIe growing good butt is an advantage have to be made a little -larger so as Lv Daytona ........ .,.......m tip. i SIP . rr
,bloaom,at. their.full h &I1 t..Some 01 ib ft3vi&iln) |n 4i ce-con-.. It In that there is absolutely no to get into a good heat for burning. new soil are not subject ta. 'rootknot" Ly Port Orange ....t....:.._.. ..U 7.-p
patty .
__. Lv New Smyrna ......... :
;" .the:planters take off all ,the leaves 'ft'beeeaaaritQ- nave.the sheds heur'i1I Ibis of. nitrogen. You cannot, _burn a green log uutil and are strong and healthy.)n- Lv Oak Hill ....*...... .. 550 '.7. SSP _f:
Airhen hey grow large enough,"'but This; sects are also less numerous than. In 18 11trsrille ....:..: ...:.: J .. ... .
- l I ed7 il while the tobacco 1.,1D 1 year I had tale opportunity you heat jit well up first. I.>v City Point ....................-. J JSBif .: .. 'f
:: rr.rytl L. Rodt .. ....
., 'removefl.f "jjf}any of'r thf/plaata/ that t 1t .,.c4nsei, but the of growing cabbage and the results make a good many errors at first, *IHJ (Having selected suitable locatkmtar L"tau GaJjle"!!"..!."!'!.!..".!..." y 4 Zti _: ..
hae been selected for seed show'subseqneot the great sowing seed, thoroughly pulverizethe Lv Melbourne .................... ...5.. 1
of characteristic
'; native battais frequently set this my experiments amount to this of, the class Sebastiaa; ................ ..... .:....
FiZ .f \; ,signs <>fslckness.they,are, o' sheds on fire for imigrneol or that it is sheer folly ,to spend time, |* that they know it all 'and you with soil and make It fertile either ivSt Lacie ...............:..... I O4pi...v.. \.
wrongs L. Fort. Pierce ........... _
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with well-rotted
., 4Jt .\ t'eourse;.Immediately;topped" and;bar' 'W s6ttito redress Af*tal gr3Ttn eest and take up' land In attempting to your number of years of \experience barnyard manure or L" Eden ..............;.... .... ,
,4c ' Created when'ripe. When:iipb' the lit= grow a crop of It feiitlHzed don't-know much. will for ;instance some good commercial fertilizer.. Sow L. wart ..............;. 549 ...... s
improperly, They
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1 A- !;ueballs'oontaining; the *ed are care- Hanging and curing. When the ; and K Is atocM.qnlie' useless to cut and slash all oven their the seed as yon would; turnips and LY Hobe Sota d. ....<.........;.....4 _... '
: fully out ctr Wit m'knife: or'sclssonu wotte-arrives hl'tbe shed with a Renal clearing down trees rake in lightly. It is well to press theo L. West Jupiter ............... ......
try to make proper'earls without aproperly cutting all firs L" west 1 Palm Bfich-............ y>i> .. ...
g ,,:E j' .?.The ieed. pEsnti' Imrifentiy! 'grow ailgh 'If of tobacoohe Is metlbylthelperwhohiasTpreipajid balanced fertilizer While and leave:them lying for weeks where l gently with (the feet, or with a Ly Linton ...:.:......:........ ... t
' the slats : a Lv Fort Lauderdale .............. 44Ph.....
; : as ,10 feet, and.It 4s; necessary-Jnl Jaw grade fertilizer showed fairly they .fall,.and then when they are roller. TJsuaHy the plant be L. Lemon City ................ .... ,x
.: 1'. :. .gathering'the.ae ed''.to.nae'a bench;Vo: 1s banging on/each .of them :ten good results during' ,the' growing pe-, heaped .,, : stand 1'." done little strings with a loop In each. Hat' weeks. If. seed ( i4ORTH BOUND. --J
E ; -' : on; et1DR'-1D &: l rlod; when It came 14 harvesting,. the way it costs three times as much are planted previous R; ; -
,;m.. *a /very'carefully. so that the,: eed, shall ting Is spread'on"thV ground and theplants heads were not there nothing but a clear the fend as if they cut and heaped to-October 1, tote seed bedahcmJd STATIONSL "ti .sa'1'
/not fsll out. .When the ballapreadout are nlt.; -.A plant is theii.placed have some protection from! the C : 1u. :,
: s: t gathered ) put ; :. mass of, leaves whet In the adjoining up.** they went along, and burned
:Miami i..............
-;..4 .. -r.sretaken_ to aniasllatant i iionse:and i :: In ,every: loop,and ten plants patch with the::same variety, as' ouickiy afterwards as possible midday sun. Sortie protect with 'cot t Lemoa.City ........ ] joa.V .:.. .
:;;'; r t. qnV large piece.of'linen i are. ..tans put on:-Mm'atscaLThe Greentimber will '. ton cloth only dHdwing the rays of Port Landerdale ..::::::::: I 4
of cabbage, vet out ait the always b rn a
- f. .same time ; Ly'IJ toll :.'..................... .
-k '\ .O!c.ll0ot': 'hel.are.!ihea put oat)In ; tobaook which has been accept and treated exactly.in"the same way. few days afteroutfing; but if left for the sun to reach the beds during ithe L. Well Palm Bach............ i .?...

:,' .'moderate)fii' <,'or, better, in it iliac.r ed iai satisfactory..,,bi hung for one. as to cultivation,,etc., and havingthe ajiveek or trowo:the sap sours and early morning hours and late In Ithe ,LY west'Hob Jupiter Sound ................<....:.ii....v, ar I aia ..:. s
.: where there.1 lsewarn eurrent'of:airWhtn.perfectly day![the lower aappptits.and: is theji : makes the wood almost i' un&urnable afternoon.Do Lyf'Stuart ',......>......:.V,... a .::.., 1
high,:grade fertilizer ,on, them L. ... '
.Jensen ...........'........ f ooai....,. ?'
: ,dry the seed Is press* removed .torthe'topof; the shed and every single -plant headed: hard and.it i(really'in the burning up of not allow the soil to become Lor edea ....i.............;.;...!.. i i ...

:. iz':' ... L i-'ed.out of Jtbe',hull by.band' and.the the shed)' filled Strom',th* top down.area enough tlo)make cannonballs a!. This, the stuff oat of the way theti the time dry: It is well to keep an eye on thai Lt LT' Sti Fort Lade ...'.........."........._... t ts- . '

J.> { .ThuD ro 1"W. The, ,Aed'Ii,-of ( tODaccon:;' usi never be hung spring was certainly of the nature of land clearing is taken upLand y on industrious insert, -the ant.. They I Lr"'Sebaatisa .:............... 10 joav ......: .
Melbourne ..,.......... n ...
Ir\r. ,., oour.eTfitlf bf'dha; d'th menta"-of: under,tobacco which I* already half testany' .kind of crop,"owt.ng'to the which green timber win limned is frequently destroy whole beda..o. I Eau.Genie ......._..... n 4 jja.V :.i..-
-, thelt4z11', hic4r'muit be, 1DOfed. "Ater.itjaopeen cured. "The plinlTAre : Lv Roekadfe ...._........ o s8p ....
.- smaller pnt'upis"the excessive long drouth Ve and never as good as 1s dI'whi the freshly sown lettuce seed before.tJ1e1are ;
r had all : ; Lv Cocoa' .........,....,.... ta aap.v .. ,
'f! : 1i&ugMdried.ltis; l top'of alle7-.hedr-i fax as poiIbX the crops,of'every variety'showed.the' timber was 'deadened for a year or discovered. They should be poisoned .. City .P iJlt ...........;.. u jpp.V j ,

<. .'put through!*:;sler.or stoafner in ie ; ndtlM larger.ne*.under results ofv;having :ai liberal quantity two In 'tie.former case the sap in or'in some way disposed of. Lv Tat1Urille'u Oalr Hill ....................... i i 44P p ...........
\ --open '.lr,.:,by:;which prooess'and;:
tJI' .. "J blowing the'seed': as they fail,'the. .Jh"isremoTed. '.fromC4S,000St< ;''.OOCLplant.; .A great>deal depends: 'the,way In Sours her it'is, helping to lour the size the next' step is setting in DartonaOrtnoiui ....._....-..;.. s yea ?:?
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.: ., ,as much:as.possible. .Th'f'eed A:watchman.sleeps In:Verj shed and which the ground Is prepared;. .the soil at the same t6n In the latter the field. Ir East Palatka ....:.....*...;.*.. d 4,aijp 33M S v-1q 4SaIr s'Lv

a' s'N '_ is again dried an "
j ' any San'Mateo:................... J lOp ....
small mllL As k tbedoors
---.J't.r"f ; 3j.t;& -' .comet slowly out of and windows for ventilation If the'soil is,-very sandy:I'have had rot away and yield, back to the soil reject all Imperfect and diseased Ar PaUtka ................ S _
1 'from, the mill "wheel is ,operated .unaer.instructJon* from the best re.ultA'in applying the[fertilizer some of Ihe' elements taken from It plants as they will not develop perfect Lv..PatoUts_...........-... j 4 Jpf1.1 oa' :
!V/widch. blbw8 she lightest 'sew assistant : eighteen L" Ha tia a,. ............. 't
i. a r away European .fTJghticolorsAare in'he.fOrrow'and.. o.:1dD' It'nthe in their formation,and growih. "heads. Lay off the rows r. 4 UP; t Pa
." ''and'chifl' land"allbwr the ,- Ar St. AugtutfaMLv ..._..... u.. s p'ta r 1
/ ota, ave . -rancTi"li"c1im. .ndat son wHJi.an, .ordinary,cultivator and J.ro.p'/ .many:_stomps ire. very 'inches apart and set plants ten [to St. AvciiathwAr'JactaonYille :. : f I-'sa !',
; iest:and: e c1'-"t ral1ihe ' '- J" ...: :::::::::: ::
LbesE twelve Our
< -' -" v' ": the: present'time, and;for f-thai re* removing the rear shovel.this leavesa'flat ob objectionable. in a,field and they:want inches' apart in row. T\V'EtN '
z-i ,jniil,.wble Jht'J'e.reeauatbt on"sheetf.r. son In' clear and 'wired;Weather''' ,all ,. aomowhatt! :wide .bed,to', set the them out of th re'as quickly as pos .trackers here cultivate with Planet J : 'CITY NEW JUNCTION.SMYRNA A ORANGE:-' .

". 'f zThe'is, divided tinto two grader"d"Ko.AS .h' -doora'end:wlndowa '6i the;Shed plant:.'In.' .lithe soil .is'.stiff.and 'a sible.. To, that:.end '..U1ewUl'\ make Jr.,hand plows and wl( hoe. SOUTH BOUND. 4 ?w
,. ; N.: : ;.* scordlng' ;Ctp;: the, 'kepVcp'in' "ail the subsoil not it Do lettuce STATIONS.INo'' Ne. I
r < are < order to get cloy T"7.detp.br their .Jog ,heaps : ,around .a .stump, not attempt to raise un- _
9'F : Lv! New Smyrna ?......... ._! s ey
x 3 ;.' weight There Sa little dlffernce bu Hght and:air possible,_/.brule; the ing 4he:rertillzftr._is"the'best way.and thinking to get rid of .it, whereas by less you are wIRing fertilize fibre L.V take Helen*.,.._......?...J J cw l- .;
t'y 1- '';.: No. i is eDo red,, omewhat.the betr Lv Oran e' City ..................I **- "
: ; ; doors w_,'and_" ,windows. are" not. _d'un_ mixing tt wen in the soil with:a her this proceed they are making hs existence ally. There is more money in one Ar Oranf qty jafletioa........r. 5 ra top
,1t t.ttt The:ieed is then P ti in juartbattlei Ul after 8:30 or ko'clooli in the morn: row. Never plow any commercial 'f er-,, perpetual.. The, beat.war to'get: acre of lettuce which by high fertilizing ,- All.. train betveeft New Smyrna'and .Uramge ,, :R

.15. ;: -; and:shell corked,:ior* put 1 a ing,''ma-.there.is;much'dew:.Dc1'moist; tniier.underrby.scattering top and rid of,a pine. stump.is to let,it.severely and skilful culture'has_been mad BETWEEN City Junction"ORATrCE Daily'ClTY eaeept Suadavj JUNCTrUN'

= olean, e np yXgaUoncd! ; .eana../:and ure.in; theaIr: during;,the"night_'_an' 'plowing With a turning ,'plow,, this alone..,.In a'.Tery fewjreara_ ; theFlorida 'to reach a high degree of perfectionthan A NEW SMYRNA. -

44 .,i 1 11edt carrel Rta:c3oth,3\'Ioccasian, !Lt'g.- ,At first they are only buries It away forever, and yet a good stm and'rains will barer t out in ten of such ,as, is sometime .STATIONS.NOR.TH-UatJND.-:1Na. a1of:T a 2

,. . f.t' ,wed:to,see'tJi'o"lnnwrw opened;:a little;:ju'tb: *''green;tobacco many,farmers _do:it and then declarethati of there. 'If the land islkept: well'cultivated. raised by those -who .are not willing Lv Orange Citr JancuoB..lia' asp| 3 XV '
t5h .**, ;form sa&ttamttao.ynormr1attick; Jf : : Lit Orange City...;.9,.........In jppl:j 44P n
., W A'- .' most. ; notyellow. ;too'.. quickly_ ;; With. ..gnanb is of no ttxxrant., .I don't think any stump will to properly- feed the soil. -} Lv Lake holes t._...........ia 4"PJ'4 .SP. x.t
Y \1. About 300.plants are considered.l neces1 strong, beavyawind*i; everything ri Is / 'Ijf setting out'the ofcbbage E' plants, last longer than five years, wbeu. It Stable manure is probably ithe_ beat I Ar All New train 5111)1'1I&-between New Smyrna|and 4SW Orange s 3Sp
%" a iry ijor one quart bottle of good seed: .. I
: kept tightly dosed. .TtkTU matter iJ should etjeast will completely rot ato be Daily a-.dav
t r .t ; 6T :be tad'd a away, so fertilizer. Oar truckers here, purchase Qty Junction except
:;4 : r'I. .,_paid_fr lsata 17. 20_to.';sic,per, of.: experlelice,: ndAno; rules Aean'be 1naltJeetapart In cows, and If'a largevarioyrtwoteeh easily. removed. : all that is offered for sale in :: KEY WEST Afl KA V ANA.r

:,: . f1Ihe.' ; .. : {, "given'for:the fentUatJon'of' ,thebarn.. ,! .in.thedrklandeopending ;. f'5'-However.v- those+ that r alialt: the this market. If, hovrerer. this.cannot' Florid The rearahip East Coast City Stuoufara of Key Company.West, ,oT leave tbe,.1 ".i r ,,

.f.J. '. '.' $1nr'] +ot aerl 1 :LaUt.rale,, the;""tobaoco:te cured in .OI\.the market you.are going time.and:'expense of desiring them be obtained any good: high grade Miami for Key wee oa Mondays,.-..WedwaV "

'.; "l' theeDt.1r: hQf.:tobiodo'fro'e J 'eat from four'to five weeks and,is.read 1 io.: sell;;them m.i -.6ome market*"demand : out fromlthe start,.a hoi. bored with commercial fertilizer win answer the Jacksonville day and Friday makiair*after_ connectk arrival of at tram Key Weatu(roa> f -< ,"r

and' .brought--=_,to'the" =:'diiq sbe;'
h . C-:1 goolie j..1". aoonyegibce...., called"peknclan . .OocasiooaUjr' ,.. dttring"'vontdnuous poonds-"*hatis; "tiold'to the.consumer' and filled with;saltpetre. andLplogged, two thousand,pounds per acre. day and Saturday, airivinc Miami; near '-..
:' ; ,".a rode-.fed:,. for,' we* 'weather, it neceseary'.boie: Intact.' .Othaemarkets"demitrid' a then ieft k hat'condition:for;:a*few The. question: is frequently asked tnominc tra in time. to Connect with north"bo' _. <.
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i.rtes tT' .thJ..o- :"ft.CPU b'.W1.: ; fire.In tie,shed;; :It wOr"courte, bet large,4ffe D.!pound' cabbage,/'that. is months;'oa og'the ,,plug,,the .ha'. time,should lettuce .be'planted Tlwae, F '; .
.it..W.o '11 ;1II1lI., .d teee. "fhb -round ,terno'to, do:tlds,--but If it.is,necessary aDd'soJcl, ; win : *cadet Tir TaNaaaboV ike iif st.whidt.1- 2>" -
catsup to the.oc isuaer"by: salipeltre.: _fealfoundTiVlbave.,;Air in mature at a time when, if( train sad boat*"may t> 'eip eted,to?arriv* f"

1.. . !, ntithe''' I "'.iltbaknlfe..',:; .Ina. '- the f wlniJ' s-are' adhered the, pound..aoSiailin: ",,aftttingi, ;burt dfe L- :-Then'.ffflingy thai'hole! ;:with will 1 demand tae highest price?** but and their depart arrival from the...or acreral'departure atotioo, at;'asd the',poet times \ _. k x{
:J ., ,. tang." ,.mx'UJ1aea' allawe the t: In'ttre: :first:place: .'Are.:,unit plant* one iat stody hil'-proapeeUvemarke > kerosene oil/and'digging .tth: ;;bile j'Thla:'Is a question: that.cannot bejanswered atated is not ruanateedV no do *''tnc Cotn. =F_ ,, ,

.11""r.l A" 1C. c' "'J6.. ?''tjlem. .. .,.r.+Qiriaf4lly.' ....laettrt fever bensed, 'vtaitlt tJft&' stoke, ; .:'i ir ti.smLtl" cabbage. .. la of: the:stampandfsettlnglflreunderitwm.wtth'faUesce; : satiafactori : Our trnchertieomntenes'tc lay peer or bold othct'coueq1IeDCCI'ltisiaw Itself: rapoasiltw lot tic'sn efrora.J_

-t t" ,' -<, '.'L.c ' .beta btieea e'the'odor win seMfe In LI"r'L" Che'to- wanted' ;alit ebie, ; If"a:,large:pUnt' ; : and::pepevera0ea :' p1;the;i.tt ,PUt .of street For,copy acksoaville.'se-addreea'of time card caD'u...- 'tWat1Bq'-..,... : ..-' :t.

fxk... -. ..ia-W. '+.df'sieetL .and Ober._ l.iCi, ''Iti. t._. u 1l.'J '- : ffei rid f.oLa'u.ot.. them at'very Angel ;aDct continue to' plant:'until J..P.- BECKWITH.J..o.'cUl1NER: a'..
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j THE HOUSEHOLD, excellent portieres. If a dining room JteLea and preserves ''up-in- this was, under the most. 'la1'Orable '. ;'

looks cold and bare nothing will shutit dog oats generally do not keepweii.Vsoiatever conditions, as, they were' growing.in a _T e- Po.m o. J\; aaltdsoine''l N s r.e'd< .:

FOR OUR HOUSEKEEPERS AND OUR in and give such a cozy, home-like work: oi this kiuU u n be market garden and received the best ," -<' ....::' ... .J.t..... .( J J" ?\. ......"-..' .'r..I ,' :' .'- .. ,,- .;

LADY READERS. air as portieres. Don't use a handsome left even }until &J1 cooler days/Qf,.Oo; culture apd abundance.- !
j r-- old-fashioned woven coverlet on.. 'Roper sfr&uW-.be ..po tpont . i Kitten Pertaining to the Home bed, if you have such a dining room. quinces, gropes and ouier late fruits to high cnltiwiUoV,or pay 'betteras Y _'" .prrt.: L
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and Rip the and it at two of should be left late possiole. about their Imoeiue ; I. ,
? Helps Hints for the House- seam hang as as an .lnveafm; n They are hardy ". )'

'I wile-From Kitchen to Parlor the single doors that open out of the I I 'ihe same is true oi Vegetables: j and not injured by frost not liable to Fruit 'Trees. for l.orjdapPanfirig! ,_ J

fl: k lue Fireside. room and, let them hang in straight Those canned late, in the Reason stand disease or the attacks of Insects; they_

} The Winter Dining Room. folds at one side. Such blankets drape better chances: oi keepin than those will begin to bear in eight .to twelve Describing plant\at\ :: and over cultivating 00-varieti aaiDe.ot o.nr6.1lJanc1llom.choice Profits, and Viewers and giving.ill fsstenetion.;,w' +

The summer is over. There is an handsomely over a low broad lounge, Odllned early. The iasi/i-rop of refugee rears. Then they are not a periaha-\' will manias be sent a free rentable Album of Sunthe Frll1t.1 and Photvgrapbk FJowet'i.lTIIia' IUalltn,1OQa$sndsamtA'ualotye and:' VIe1ra
occasional: touch of frost in the air >ut. the woman who is wise as wellas I beans are the but/ beaus to cad, >le crop. You have several months !: of tine 6'Tpll. and 11 i,owors.apptlcat4ni. .?eud for a eop7. l' will latereey Top U I-an. IoYw>

< ,x and the home-making housewife is already tasteful never provokes her husband and the last tomatoes that turn crimson In which to market them, and the!I OVER ONE-HALF, MILLION TREES 1 IN "

r planning to give her rooms _an and children to anger with cush- on the vines are/beat for canned whole world (for a market. In-fifteen !I 5JOCjCf, J:
.J
'' c air of warmth and cheer for winter. ions that are too dainty to use, and tomatoes. l>o not fun the risk of years they will yield ten dollars at UKANuhbio J standara-Viiletli TnfQUatlIo >iweet* on either Soar, ; -
Of
-' nowhere are such effects more essential lounge drapery pinned to position.Use wasting time' and material in attempt- tree, so that 1,000 trees -will give, an 1t 1 p ... ._........0:.. ...._ tO'Em'N'rtGES. t-
is the foundation of all beauty in ing to can corn. Jit, sometimes keeps Income of ten thousand dollars '
and delightful than In the dint > per Slatsuma Orange Citrus Trjfol&ta Stpcksfk
,, pO { SpeSatfyPEACHES! T
' ing room, where the key-note of the 'urnishing/and no room is homelike when put up carefully by domestic annum. There is,a great difference'n 't .

L, 't day is pitched in most families. .unless: looks are subordinate lathe processes, but 't/cannot be depended! the quality of the pecan nuts, the PEACH'ES' .iu"tl. .bea&.i& tried and tested --" -

The custom of changing the furnishing comfort and convenience of the on to do BO. It/is better to dry corn best large, soft or paper-shell varieties 'TuI 1II.tocL les._.Uveryw....,__oopeaebrees_....._.{.

' of our moms for cold and oocupanits. l n: the old-fasniohed way that the should ,be planted. These can be ,tS3S Plums, Pears, Persimmons, 'Figs,'Malberdes;GP &. '. -c'..; o" .
;- warm weather bone that has muchto If there are:, no pretty pictures on Shakers did than. to attempt! can. it i bought from reliable nurserymen. and other fruits and flowers adapted to Florida Ranting la proporthmlOverjooyarieties '

recommend it from every stand- the walls or there is room for more at home. The only way it can be canned Also the beat varieties,are 'now bud- : .... ; .' ....7.- ."" .
of Roses.j
Choice Fldyorown .
1
c poInt. Five dollars properly: expended make a collection of black and white with any certainty of its keeping ded or grafted. ,The lattei-will begin -!!! t. l J ,.-

ran accomplish apparent wonders in ones from magazines and newspapers, is in a deanery, where tit is cookedfor to bear several years earlier than Two kBMBMBBR that WB PAY TH$ Fam R-t" ina lJiAt.ey,ait.' doaeaofott3e Put

", the hands of a tasteful ingenious wo- and mount them singly or in groups several hours with superheated those grown from seed. It is a mIs- Ycan cad also that we were Ytoneeu ta.euiag hib.>(fideKYr.eQ! 'tfeta:At low prices ,

man. on tinted cardboard. Brown pulp- team { orn canned with tomatoes, take :to buy large trees,.one.and two ,,' .POMONA Nt1B8BBDIS.- - j- '

;' / Yellow is the colof of all colors to board makes a very effective back- lowever, keeps almost as well as lo- year old are certain to live and will "" ., ,- :,. '- ,' r r ii

catch the sunshine and to stimulate 'it ground for an ordinary room. Out- tatoes fanned alone. make a vigorous growth from the The Gritting Bros"Co. pro p rs. a'ti y4- '; Maccienny.;,.. ,{.dA, "' .J

with its own glow. Fill the dining line each picture of a groop with a I start, If the fibrous roots are not'ai- .. .

i room with its ch er-or what is almost red ink line and see what a bright. /Oranges and Pineapples. lowed to become dry and the soil has PRICELIST OF FERTILIZING
finished look it gives them. The more been .. MATERIALSHS -
ic as effective--with rich, warm pineappe growers particularly properly prepared. Dig large '
reds or golden browns. Don't decide No matter how closely you economize !those who raise thew under deep holes, at least three, feet in diameter : f'i \

a''a hastily on which it shall be. Color is In other furnishings, be gener- co er, are studying ways and means and not less than one and one a rule the; f : '(r, trucker and fruit grower !has';:o:pay1;; two

three-fourtha of beauty in furnish DOS with lamps or other means of of, producing fruit all the year round. half feet deep throw out the poor ] commissions' A commission: on 'cVerytl ng. be',tnyv: aDd 'a

; jj ing. Expensiveness Is not in the least lighting the table and room. Ple> This can be done to a c rtn..u extenty subsoil, and fill in with good compost commission; oi. 'everything- fie; sells., :'Whatwe desire & dou; .

;.;, essential to artistic results. It does ant conversation is as good an ap- >' setting the ,plants in succession, and the beat rich earth you have. In to save him/thef commission*on all the: fertlluer ht-tUc* bykeflr: '

n't matter whether your curtains are petizer as it is dige tant. and a half; forcing them by irrigation etc. planting the trees da not
denim or ella; your carpet, rags or :lifted: table! is almost sure to be i &ince the freeze the orange grow. any deeper than they stood in the and the"commissioh of tan agents'Ifyotfare7interestea: 'In :saving, i '

velvet; if you choose a suitable main glum one. / era have considered more 1hau ever nursery rows. Fill the earth in slowy these commissions give u?')y rour 'orders4fornr' 'is 'nJy'-br'Handling

i color and have every other one' harmonize A thrifty-growing plants give before how they could distribute the and lift and keep up'each tier of large quantities of good !that'smallmargiits'can'be"n intaLe(t;. 'Wei' \}'

to ,' it is cure to be a restfu'A an attractive "homy" atmosphere a ripening season throughout the year roots to their natural level, (this rule were the first to take the initiative steP tor reduce the cost of fertilizer ,.,... .t fo-<

+ home-like and, pretty room. room that can obtained, in no other' and prevent the gluts which used to applies to all sorts of trees) as the to..the growers and therefore ;should have their support :': ""- :, -, Jr;

-, Think for yourself this fall; do not way. Better miss this, how ever/ than occur in early winter when the cold earth is- filled in. Young trees managed If you wish special: formuU'iniatcxrwe will'do it for you' chareuig -

{;; thoughtlessly follow in the old beaten have plants f'n11ugh.to shut out the weather in the north rendered ore; in this way are not difficult io the actual cost 2f materials;:usedtand't : $r;: pe '-.tdn4for'iniltin; : >i;

pnAh/ If the dining room walls need sunshine and pleasant views or make unges less desirable than they would make,grow. Thirty-five to forty feet The following are our pnccs' foil' the'next"30 days:' tg"*,>\*'>. & ?'

G re-papering next spring, do it now in the occupants otherwise nnwrafortnble. be in the spring. .Many men have replanted Is' the proper distance to plant The Sulphate Ammonia St.to D per cent. smmonla.., ;..ti..M ._.*.-..........._''.;*.:...'rTffJ _

,i stead. Two or three dollars InvestedIn .-Elizabeth Moreton J U Country. : or rebudded with a view of ground can. be I cultivated with other Nitrate Soda,17 to 2' pei.cent. aimmQnlB..n: .-V..;.. ,,.,;''..,*...;:v40UXI_ ,,I.j. N )
and Dried Blood. IMo 11 per.cent. ammonia."",. ''..' '.___. . .._. ,_
obtaining
the right sort of wall paper will Gentleman. / oranges very early very crops for many years, but the young ''' '' '' '' '' '' '' ". ,
fate[ of the mid Brood and Bone to l.jper ct. ammonia and U to ZIt p r ct. phosphoric.acid..-..:;8.M ;
t 'transform an ordinary room When planting lightly sear, trees ought to be protected-by strong ,
'. Bone fine ground I''; to"4. per ctnt.. amraonla 28 per cent phosphoric add::.*N'L'
:next summer comes- and yon need to Care of the Health, son varieties which mature in the stakes on each side, eo they will not Bright Cotton Seed Meal; 7 to fl per'cent ammonia... .. ..fd./.. },ftao'Dark

,' darken'the*room to exclude. flies,'andy This is the season;) of the'year when dead of winter.' be injured In plowing among them. Cotton Seed Meal t A't0*'f per' centraminbnia.7...'. .';';..,_ ;..i .....: ...;.7.Clf.Sf'
every one hurries: out of doors as soon doe Is ao apt jto cold.. 'The weather (iMuchcan ,be done' to make the orange Peach trees, or even orange trees, in Potash High Grade 90 to % per cent sulphate potash. to A pea: out'*aetual'" e
y as possible, it makes little difference accommodate its ripening Lithe Florida can be grown between the Potash Low tirade 48 to S3 per cent sulPhate potash. 27 to tt per cent-sctuaL. SUt' '-
1"' -whether a dining room Is- attractive at this time is so 'changeable and IB demands of the market, as It .is rows.of pecans. They will grow above Potash Muriate, 80 to 8 per=cent manau'6f' >potasa.a to B5 ST cent actaaL"I alt
so often damp end/rainy, that one Potash, Kalnlt. 24 to 28 per cent.eulphat. potuh to 11 per cent. actaai. ...'Ui
or not eo that it is fresh and'cool; one.of the most plastic: of trees. The the orange trees and afford some pro- Hardwood 8'to1 8' .nt'actual :l'IJ. . . "1 i,-
should use every "pr t"Mln possible Ashes j> rc potash; .. .. .. - .:......._.l''lUt',
but In'winter nothing takes the kinks to avoid taking cola. .eere'drou.th: last spring has caused,' tection from cold weather.:.Klaslm- Acid Phosphate. to IS per'rent available'phbsphorlo &dd..,."' .-.;...;-::.....:..i 1MM '
oat of life more :effectually than three on some trees three distinct blooms, me CTazette.r Dissolved Bone Blac,' It to IS per cent available phosphoric. aeld.;;<,.>wrk.r; I LM" ns
i rests a day in.a warm.and cheery dining It is a well established fact thai and three settings. of fruit, the l ice f r- " Tobacco' DusC., This dust Is sold by,.sample and Is-'foaranteed to fef aaluch.4:', -
more ,people die [from pneumonia and to contain all ltsferttUHng, and nseeUcide propertls..U.

tY. room.: than from any other< disease. The of which. are Trees now in only this as large have 3cherries. a How to Grow Persimmons.Take Ground Tobacco' Stems..... .... ,..,.. ...:?_./;.,.. ..... .!....._.. ,..;... ..:
State
Yellow wall paper .is 'sure to harmonize germs of this/disease' are frequently carejoi the wild<< stock on your Land Piaster.........._..;. .........T..... ...... ................ ._....:._.., ..
c,. with anycoloredcarpet .or found in the/mouth, the saliva or in been known to bloom in September. place.until |tt has a good,stoat stock Bait, either coarse or fine In''. pound'a ckeDta; oily the ton.nr.;. 1M
} curtains, and.a. brownish-yellow The fruit grew well until the cold, Copperas put up In any'slse package; icents.per'ponnd. or br:the ton..::.;. ;IM:
the nasal secretions but these tour feet.hlho then put,in grafts' of "
F V ground,wit>>haH-overpatterri in shade germ dry weather of winter came on, whenit better or from Blood and Bone, .Bent. Acid Phosphate; :'DissolvedfBlide' :Sot>
alone, sufficient to thedisease. varieties lour five feet .
\ :of"the; same and cream brings 'by t arelt to cold cause turned yellow and most of it fell the ground In early spring; In one hate" Ammonia and Kainit are 'put 'tp in 200 pound sacks.CotioD':
, the beauty of all ,kinds of picture. xpoa e usuallybrings off. In the spring the few remainingoranges Seed Meal and Lana Plaster;; too pound .sacks. Potash'-'all-' kinds
.
c hence the necessity oi year.you will have a nice tree bearIng ;
Don't try to patch the old Ingrain. t| turned green again, began except Kainit, 224 pounds. NitrateSoda'IS. in urn/en acks:ifrom;
taking extra care self. fruit. Large trees should! be oatback
o\OJ1e' during
*; carpet '& make It last till ''spring t*> grow and in August ,were of normal 200 to 300 pounds. Hard W<6od Ashes, barrels 250 pounds.-To- .
this season of t.he'year. in August to tlhe height offouror : '
'- 'That' is "a 8.nngIbM wastes." Cn I. size and good, quality. bacco Dust in 100 at.d 125 pound bags and cases of 350 to 450 -k'
When pneumonia is once contracted five feet and let three sprouts
.
it up and hare it woven into'a big rUg, Again trees thit !have borne very pounds. -"_ '',<
e for?:the dining'' table. It will save the germs, multiply very rapidly and. heavily and were therefore somewhattrained grow until the following spring to 'I .,, {
by their growth form poisonous chem. : put the !grafts in. The persimmon can E. O. PAINTER & CO.
T *more than it costs in wear of the new \ .hue delayed blooming un budded ,:' .., ofoc.- r'c
leal which poison the whole be in early spring or August Cr
:carpet, and give the-room. an air'of products,. til the following J ane, and 'the resultant ._ .. JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA.r -wt )' ''_,
8 stem. The symptoms .generallyow if there are a few dry days after'thebuds .
,warmthand: luxury; besides... Carpets r fruit did not ripen until the nexH ,
T r
in.,
After are
.themselves'very1 suddenly. put '
1
were ;never: as cheap'es:now, and _area : April, thus being ten months ou the 'I' .: !'.
sure" to-cost-more next spring. I .. person; has.been,uposed he hasa trees.. I The wild stock will. grow' fasterthan ,. '''ToU.JI:4.maA.1Io,is-tetsrestedTbrth
'
'\0\. sharp chill, 'followed 'by fever: and the Japan and put out more B.a cuwts w rt .:;welfare ofYlorlds and.roa vfll and; .
a man thlnketh; so Is j1e.II .Don'give Growers generally do mot take much f TrrMee ter ?
great prostration. The saliva change roots, heal over all scars,if taken care In tans' Ede th eivssiera' the"on.'wbo ts la no small- war' fatty?' -
any one the. shivers by' keepinjwhite' stock in this "June bloom," or in another y i iTou alfveto the !Interests or metropolis', ',..
aOm"of'blood color. of one or two years before grafting.
.to .
." : curtains at the ;.dining IXK/E unseasonable bloom,'for the re tbedtrof ; -< ;f t ajA'cftsoNviLLE.
windows' when '"yellow, OlIve or fred :Toi'prevent this.dread] .disease\avoid sultant fruit usually'does not amount Persimmon! trees will hoveto?. be ,on -. J'

.... denim;: costa ,-'only 25 cents a Vard. catching a sudden:cnill or cold. Pr>- to much, but it shows e'per i.teandadetermlnILtIon good land- or be fertilized to make Wiut a . .. .

.. 'gather; color1 will give more .wsrmti teci ,t&e >;feet well 'on damp :'\ ;taking bath be, -that -Uw I have been bothered/with two drape ., '
th& (three times that;'sum expeadei I a sure bear' ,a crop every year; and if the :
s j tri Coal; i o A1 thejfr'beau- : temperature,of the'baithroom 'is ple s- of'the kinds-of insects, the beetle(that cuts Vine'Ho about- tt-wfU-itot'o .
i j ,nothing fv \ effort tis !tree were only seconded back the ui lfi him th i'"Ia4i_ Is aot's*
In the fallI
tf, .Y Dow':'>nd white 'or d and ant aied'equable.Keep': \;the mouth and doubtless owner : tree destroy Interested '
; 1 it iwduld present its bampb ll's'' Early? although his fom,. .hll fasaUr'andkindredmay
R'_ t;; white'denim:makes'the'prettiest kind l nose,-.clean. ; .at"'_plenty-of noirisMngfood. a paying crop annually.In them ;by .broadcast plowing in September >> : be IA:,,,. -"--, ':-';. :/. "

of winter curtains,.wlth:ayrag" carpet{ .-...tie. ,enough,'healthful*\eepat: ":the northern >partuofthe State -the other Insect, is a white tim"seat by mau.Intereatfais .- i" ' "
scalethat, sucks the leaves. of 'the :prices at E. H.IUIW..uIDe. ', ;
: and home-made.lounge, ;ty: <;> ** regular":hours and keep the j system; it'.is'not .desirable: to have: .fruit, hang yoUng ......PJ.. : TAMPAt ,
,:.:, wDarkerteolo. ., ''red Tana;black, Ted' in the best possible condition lid tits ing'on the trees all winter, as W is growth! causing them,to : land t .. "t. 4

'and.,'brown --or: 'figured_Denims,'makttattriceca way"you: .will'avoid pneumonia, likely to, be frosted. hut further r drop off and sometimes the limbs not "
:1,1 :will die., This scale, makes .a- small The State only,a winter resort of cnat >pranlce. >
i Another? form of ..cold Is called the south, for instance hi Dade countywhere College .' bat one,ot the;busiest and'mostPrdgresslTt :

: / "grip.**; This disease was art,one]time .there is not frost enough to .black, fly.. :'The_ persimmon tree .will .U Lake : In- 'the- tntlre.South.11.' ,-;.. "
Pricc1es hold Its fruit better as it grows older, City, I" -
t Pain supposed.to beanepidemie.impoted. injure fruit, there: is nothing' needed : '
if taken Care of. J. W. Hudson :
: from'Lorelgn -shores ,but It hast since but' capital'and: enterprise to enable .. '* Offers Superior Ad vantages'f or cqulrf. :: '

.been groves t.hII.tJ is due to exposure.dtiring.lnolementiweas.lier the 'growers to''regulate' largely the I ; Dade City,, Fla. '- lags I AND i i

.J( The''krti'' time of' and 'thus' -' . ,GOOD EDUCATION .-
ripening f secure. a j' I ";. ...
should;not..be allowed..to'get_,a 'hold market ate a time when the" fruit is I There is more Catarrh'' in ',this section Along the lines of Modern Thought and 'Ilk* Its elder sister, the'a dothermoit'cttyof. '

i ;on"one"aSit so quickly idereiops 'into want. (i. Take such a superb orange i of the ountry than all other diseases Activity. : our fraternal Union the maJQ1I.. D4 '

iierIois'' 'diseases. as')
t t,' -Sulphur- ,used freely: the, : moment uchildtsnows packed, with -the most' delicious juice,'j : years'was supposed'to be Incura .' '. J it";. .
-
+ Agriculturists
|,symptoms of a: cold will 1 denseeavj\'::1n the hand, and remains --j ble. For-a'great; many..years'doetorspronounced << : : 4

prevent dipbth'eria; it-Is.said., A )lump, .eo, ihanging/on the 'tree nearly It ,a local disease, and Chemists KEY WEst ;

.the"-size'of a pea should'be>given- then ail summer, 'and assist such a tree j con-tautly : STJCCKSSFTJI aSKJt AlfD \TO3tKH l( r - -. }pet :' ':'.

"i : '__ ." ,every>nlghi", ,whenithey. .. go.,to. _'bed. wlth-timely irrigation and fertilizing, -all' Is close to:the warns watm'J'B. 'famous '
.l : : '_ -.>: : : ;o. -;There- "nothing- so good., for conatlpatkm ". and (Is' hardly. possible to exag'gei' 'irea.tmeht. pronounced d it incurable. In /:.Departments of Industry. have '-GuU", and 'each;thereby.connected'for s

.-'',,;'-" as'plenty'of green l! fruit; ate:"the profits that might be reaped. Science. 'has' proven catarrh be aconatitutional41Zease r been Educated.here.Pall transportation:yet-both are'Uajud:lathe .
psfi Iw '
especlally
be ,
: pieced 7: .1t r iad'to wtte5u5eredmatela1eadastn ..*. .apples. ;:The inost' obstinate case' It .isin 'spore. such scientific manipulation and ta-jref.rfc, Term Begins ,Oct.4. Send'for new ,world.by the."best r tT'. '',* .

',.seor.If either; oOIft'other two chOdrea. than she did w U.1"will,:'o uaily: yi eld- tot the: eating' of of the' orange as this, .uing, requires constitutional treatment Illustrated Catalogue to : -,, iRAI"LW.,1Y' : .
,focttberwith her last, hsviar prvrtoostv used finest nick Ji u'. Catarrh Cure ,- t:_ L
l .: : the 'of fruits at the ot manufactured :Iby President
three or before TV. F. YOCVai, > ,
n 'lout bottles: of Mather*Friend/It.Is a blearing ,four juicy, apples'just: ., -
'
bdwstomaaey gtebeBoiaiasaotjiatf aayl retiring forlthe night, time when the season In the Northdemands F. J. Cheney&, Coi., 'Toledo, Ohio; i oJ lake Cit7.Florida. ;<;. "

:' c I I r them: that Florida mastaeek the only constitutional care 'on -th --6Tp--- ".. ,
'-Ttau writes Henderson Dale;Druggist, {$ te'remodlesioite: prove:efQcaclous '
: '
\ the market. It Is taken Fr
salvation 'as
interiUtfy.d
<*CamiIU. to the Bssdfeld. her 'against q.es eROLLINS
% Regulstof' in the case cdt nervous headache.Loosen" . '' COLLEGE in the and T '
company, Atlanta-,' Ga.,.tha'propne-1"' 'the' : tie'hair'highup clumsy :competition of the fait-witte from 10 drops to teafpoonful. 't Its name country .we Jean you,to guess
: waUVJknpt O T ,ltmarklq that '
; Ion aud,11W1Uf'acturer s -of '.HHotI er'. and sleepy tropi .-S. .Powers. in acts'directly,on*the,blood and, mucous '" mor.from ?yoq:OAA :
... 'FriendThis.successful'remedy is not ont 'of the.:way and:while:leaning Trade surfaces of ; STANDS FOR tee : Its windows UwJar. 'r
Fruit offer
I JoatnaLPlant"Pecan : the'system. The/ anysother'way.
r. : : ' : If 'C&DIIOt.JhacS Its
.Tcrtiaed one ofthe.man7intema1ad to do unreasonable: things, but a*', over,{basin, pace' 'Un'a :sponge soaked' '' :In one hundred ,dollars 'for any case'It i ,THOROUGH> EDUCATION name-here look oa youraft".,'tletu.f;" .' '-
water hot = '
as as bebgr'ne:; on. the Ita
"sdentinolly prepared liniment tiPed&t11c Trees. falls to' ore.' Send' for circulars and VPRACT1CAL EDUCATION .:; ..I'', a
-
x 4.efiectiTe: in adding strength and eIut1city' _back of the' 4 'neck. :Repeat several , The pecan-is; a,"native ,of nearly aof 1 testimonials I Address '* ; 3 MODERN, EDUCATION.DEPARTMENTisr, ,; .
times and gradually the'"pain willceased .
; tothoMpartsofwoman'sorg--4 wbJdI : .
<
the"southern,;Jntates; and is found Fi J. CHk11EYdoCO'Toledo, Ort ""
JL,bear the severest: strains of hi1c1birth. 1 Prairie FariDer; I' ;
1 The liniment< growing:from Texas to the Carblinas Sold T>y.:Druggists, 75c;,- '
be
used THE
? may at any and CoDejWe,. Prepaj..-,,orv, CommcrcU.;" BEST ROUTE.Tor
,, an times-during'. pregnancy irp to the EV"1n..t.Ile4" natural 'coI dltion pe- Hall'.;P'amll1PiUare the best. = Music, Art.. I Nonnsl. -i: .r _
.; .Ttry boor of confinement., ''Th earlier it [: ? Summer Wort* "oa.nf-yield'profltablecrops; 'of nuts.Thertivul'grovt'rapidly .>-.. .. -- ...., .., Y r:2 -.JII.
=s is begun,'and the longer coed,the taori : ,the it j Every emphasis is laid upon the Instruction .
postpone
t perfect: will be the result:but it has been : ; and produce tArto*. The profeseora and Instructors .:'
? used daring the last"month_ only with :her preserving that- :'she- canpostponej :; I II abundantly wherever the hickory will are experts who bYe held eorrerpontnngeattton.i partlcnlars, .;ritas;:ate.:, .):. .
,*' amt benefit' and sadder : a. -...:. ::1 j j I unfit after'jhe ;middle! ;pf September; flourish.. hfanf people have been, 4 t -vZtnot. only shortens labor and lessen! : Beautiful LoestloiHedthtal8arronndf Acent.JacksonriHe : __ .A;'
:: The sultry;dank weather of lale nm- : from. plan ting because J I'- ps-- -' "'irr
pecans
; fishes the;pain the'attending danger Lalifendchild'andleavestheuiotherln i but o?greatly both moth dimin-: :met,' hicl1)tt.en extendeintothe; ; 'bc-, "they:.thinkTlt ;will! be many years'be- e a em C io ,f Tine Ings.GmattdsmWefl Modern'Methods. -Kxeellent lnrnfished Library Koosu., ,
,
.& a condition -5 :ginning,offiepteasbei-ftas'pas: (by fore.the; trees.begin to bear'or.yiel; h 1 Z ? 9ar rrr ;.Good.> Terns Bosrd.Besson&Ue- Zaehitndent- given ;;:no1s :
more favorable to speedy etcoveITf .- this (time.' ,The:'atmosphere :has :now profitable crops., Such jaunt the casiwhere'thfry"are 0 . room to'hlmeelf l without extra ehsrge. ,, ? ,' GDm.TEKD ,
r ,"Mother Friend_'',Usold by dmggistl""taken:, on,"an xcoolness; oh ::..... ':. G02GZIL 'WAD..rn& 4
vigoraiting in _
w .planted good'soiland '
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. "1. hicllnaP :.the,housekeeper:to"ido :receive proper care. 'In yne ti- :roe rncrmatl, .: to "nuzr waT, lat. ,, ; ind students'* 'car fare paid The :.{kh :'.3'Kbest
"booV for': -" herextra; -:work. These M fA....IMOYI t.f f.Ga111MrK biulnesfl school tn'the'South. 'iC..
women, Beft i ; :;' bodersya: ; .t nee-the"write.r' has known pecantrees rrra Pant;Iii, I ':
"i...': ',Saby' is Bom"?sent free on application.i" saye an./exapliangef.are. ". r'bett. r,'for '- to'..begin',to!bear' In six:years : I Iy 'cut catalotne.;: Send at once *fbr>. ", : >,; -
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j XADDITIOHALJ1NCE I Ea': I Ithe CAUGHT UP? INTO GL RY Thursday morning, when the removalof NarICR..p iNTtitTioK To APPLY FOk AH ORDKB .. ill tJu"lrOW'u>n.in thi and nearby ta'manan eoaat oar...!bullie. 1t If-- ....

hLj i r ** > --.At the iron fence on Bay street wale To SELL AX: IXTBBJDrr Rf Till KKAL mainly Mire workrottdncted' at be-mri"Salary "
N"w, sweet, California, at begun. This certainly looks like a tralichffJta a- year and 'espeUIIh-Jedatte.,
\ ESTATE!: or A MlMOH. 1Wnailde,no more,no WM salary,Monthly m t
Arcade. restaurant and fruit ;
professions It nand.v commencement of the great work Reference,. Eurlotw .11-a4dl'1'Med ,
-Y r. IIH . i iM iz 6-21-3m-fcl By. aThirty-Eighter in the Region of wblcb'das been undertaken by Mr. II. Motive J.! hereby given( that the und f1Ilgfk' cnTelope, Herbert K. Hens, Prest.:Iiept.'Nt stamped a'Chkego.

-wt mf* atr i tQEO. Mrs. .F. T. Budge and daughter His Dinner Basket. M. Flagler,,Iz.,t.he erection of a pala- lolcnd.t: to make applicatloa to the honorable !.: }.6-=Olutt1d1tal,'", .tFla
Stella tial hotel A.K.TleyM-r, at the Court Houae atjun4,Dale
arrived borne .from their north- on Fleming Square.Nassau -

1 ern summer outing last ;Saturday WILL DARBY CLIMBS THE GOLDEN Guardian, October 8. county Florida,OD Monday; the Fourteenth : l

f night. STAIRS AND "WARS DIM GOwn . .. day of November A.P.I8"J8.for authority to Cdll& Peninsular-KIt. k t.
ell tbe undivided one-laird Interest of frank

M.B ..llf.. WALTBB 8. OBABAMJJOBBIN8 J. F. Wooovrorth hiS a fprce of men SUPPERS" -WHILE HI: PLAT Bicyclists, 'Tention I Y. Dimlck. a mluof.lo Lot 2,and the worth! New Northern Florida Air 'tin awl t "
constructing OX HARP WID DX THOUSAND ;, *, **
+ A GRAHAM CO. cottage on 4th streetnear All owners of wheels are requested Hail of the 8outh-wet Qoartrrof th-Jfortt-: -in
; Avenue DNffhichwUl be STRINGS. to Florida Trunk Line?
occupied meet Charles I
l.'hompson'lI Bicycle west Quarter of SeetionFlve: In Township
by Geo.H. Banes g iden '.... :Time Table in Effect 1a'JJ'.I,1S9S.B5 r
= a r ( Emporium on next Sunday afternoonat Iftr-three Skxitb. lUng Forty-two Ea,," jald i .
>n? ATTORNEYS. AT LAW. W. M. Brown\nd'/ E. L. Brady Ben Moor Makes 1l1 e. Meat of the Work. 2 o'clock and form in line for a jauntto described land contatna ilxty-two acres more FTi ,JiTDally'D -Xi'Ir'II-ER:( S , .

Will practice in all courts. State and Federal arrived from Titusvill? last night arid log Machinery of "B Lad,'. lies Cocoanut Grove and return. An or leu. ; t'yI I'Otx*.; IJaU1 Dauy ;'.18s

Special facilities for ezamlnlnc and perfecting will return Monday./ Soon after they band" far'10 Cent easy pace will be maintained BO a* to Dated at Palm Beach, Florida thin 13th day sun i.iLl'J3Abonyn ..:Ar' ; )3'
tbe .Jp6s
t Lbetract Band Titles.books We covering have South only Dads complete county will return to Miami fir the winter.H. accommodate any new beginners who o' October, A. D. I IS rt. E. N. DIJUPlw :; 7aqP' N ........Yltlre, .;..K 610. R40p .

and receive dally reports from the Clerk ofua of AST Saturday may wish to go. It is requested also! Onardiau of paid minor. lien IuAr.rrrnandlna.Lv' 756. 703p'
Circuit Court at Juno showing all landtransfers. A. Hodges Satsuma Heights, that all who will do so with the full pail. Coup %.. Bterett..t" 7166ssp 1 ;"
go A Oiiaran. :
oBBiMa Solicitor slid
who the PlckfordjIJ while the GBAHAM. for ... Brmwwlfk.J ......
s All the certified Abstracts of Tnllalot owns at Cocoa- evening intention.of order 54Op
allowing good tonvlil. i44tct llno: 1201pIIFp! "'... I'iaTSDnah.I6 ft_ 441j
made Miami
Dade at
South county en our nut Grove was/in the
O&OS. citythis week church bells were It is hoped that not less than .-- . JOIII'Hr! : LT._lIavaDbah..u.b! ftlOBana 4ap 1
: trying to negotiate a sale of\the property. """""eace fifty wheels will be in line-and there i.i 1 IXa ArFairfax. S...C..Ly Utp : o-
sounding :NAXE
CREEK LAND
t MIAMI DADE CO, FLORID FOR SALE. 5P .1I" .IH-nmark ...." 1124s iMp:
on earth and goodwill should be more. -r I ?3."lt! eto .. ..AultU.\d ,Oa....r.".iHpartaQDBrg u.... eww..
A carload,<>f wooden ware arrived in Fifteen Acres nigh Prmlrte 401': 4-la (%.columNa. K.Co. ''. 1241BMJMJODp
; JAS-r.SAjn>." H. P. TKIX'OJr Miami towards Il "..a a '- .
Sunday in bond from Twkio
rvg Fire Acres POM. :
For Rent. High :::::: 14&p .Ashfille.N.jC.. .. "' S06P92Dp :::.:t'IJ ;
ft ATKINSON Japan vial San Francisco and Mtami a Will
SANDERS man, Darby Ten-room house furnished This prairie Und If nearly all blebnough t t 1Sa3T M Charlotte ," Y 125& n
' bound for Havana. The consignmentwas and Ben Moore completely for cultivation without' drainage autlia pl04L.l .'S51t"buag, ..' U5p sn
taken to Key West by the City. including dining-room and very rich. The high p'.ne tang ia a Hue building )<:-li> UKmL5lp .. Un-t'Glboro"! IK? 706a
= ATTORNEYS engaged in a little kitchen. Address Box 106,Miami. spot and quite free of rock One mite from J- Itlo'fllle..Va., ." sep I-, a '
ANDCOUNCELORSATLAW Take your watches, clocks and jew< affair the 6-24-2w depot.post office and aehoolhonae. For priceand slur fl'::. .-. Richmond..... "' Boon 200., .
elry which needs repairs to H. T.Wha- across terms call on or add real J e 3a aII Lynebbnrg! . SSftpftVDpI a 405
In Belcher1 Brick Building, > railroad growingout D.J. RADIBACSH S35a74SP\ Snip barittesrJe> *. tlb 166x14.1a .
Office ierlrcade ..
i building 6- 42wyelOeo. For Sale. Corner 4th street and Avenue B, 9:0: ";. Watthlngton...."
.'r. MIAMI FLORIDA. and Ed. Fowler, known hereand \ of a 10-cent dispute over craps. One P. O. Box 25 MIAMI I FLA. 8001I Its p *".8altlmore.::-'' !ss I u2s
2-horse
pair mules and two ft-20ftm-h.lfin.lm* 10165 ._ *
at Palm Beach, have reached Dawson Darby baa not Ben any Moore good t.llit _Pbllldelpllla.U" p '
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wagons and harness, cheap. Call or J-I3p: IZka Npw York. 121A 4SOp
(QEO. A. WOELET, City in the Klondike. They report since the event. write to A. J. PAUIIR, Cocoanut 8JO: i, 300- ..... ustOlL;:...': loos1)

plenty of gold everywhere about them, close .. sera I SOp 1.Y.. laeksoovIile. t2tp
Grove 5.22.3w'Challenge
To the transaction and settle : fe
but J318a A . .EnR'U,,;. saua. ,
j ATTORNEY AT LAW. they have not got their share yet. soup r. i
the matter without costs to either 4IS4 Atbflta":;.;.ArI1i BHU' .., .i
4 General practice State and federal Courts H. E. Bugby, F. E. C.*conductor. re- to the Dayton or Any Other Hotel 4 ne son : ...Lint / U00p;
,4 All tention.Of business. entrusted will receive prompt at. ceived asa present this week from Geo. party'and keep clear'of Marshal Gray'seagle Wheel ...... 1Jp ..l9aclaoat._ ,..",.... -t r-r..

1 e Agent tot Oermania Life Insurance Co. Macdonald of Cocoanut Grove a bough eye and..the mayor's court, Moore Ownersoragentaof bicycles who are tfJ .Xn.Sl leaves JadSOft11Jte aU pa,.Ya- .",-.,':). } ., .;
.of Tew York. AU kinds of life policies written. from avacado took decided lee at 4:4$ p. m..Fl' 1IMIQ4 a&6p,....Every '
Office Brawn's Building AT. 5 and ISth St an pear tree three feet a' stand and emptied a possessed of the opinion that they have ett at 7:46 and arrives IfruTwwkk at b:4ep! .... .
long which had upon it 16 pears' which slug from hia gun of SS-calibre dimensions the only wheel on the market are hereby ,&.Xu.tSBrriTP at Ev rUe at too ..-.a.. _, ,."
MIAMI, FLORIDA. weighed fully a pound each. challenged to competition with tbe'White" 1e'ucJ .maDdlna 7dla: arrtve6 VaIN:$50.: r=t
right in the middle of Darby's : a.in-and arrives at Jackaoa lIIe a&9M a... '
An old trucker from Sanford named inside \ for any distance from 5 miles Nat.31, >3, SI and XT make Hmneetlon for
QEO. W. ALLEN, Duval removed to Cocoanut Grove this working 'machinery. Thisbrought to2V_ miles for t& a mile, money to be Brunswick,arritlns Brnn.wirk 4ai: p., m. and

6 M ft week with his family force of men. Darby to a condition' of innocuous deposited in the Bank of Bay Biscayne cojiollyl scarp. m.rccpeettvHy..- For New OneaBa traIakaVeztJark.oJYWe'

w t 'ATTORNEY AT LAW stock,and household furniture. lie desuetude the drop of the trigger before the race. Accidents not considered'in : <<'no arfUiiiR few Orleans 4.5a.m.knhthrough TWA.. .. :.ks Only p>v' i ...

<' S will garden on the place of A. F. Langat' I and he has not Ben any Moore the race. First man in takes through; sleeper Ihw? ArrivesJackaonvlua i W
I good since. .In fact be l left word that the John from >tiTkane62Lt :I'y* 'iSUUSTIKG ,.'
B. Stelcer will ride f
Cocoanut
win Grove.j The will money.
N > Practice la all .Courts State and Ped.raLr family ; SERVICE '; !!
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be had on bis golden slippers and the I / 1
was White
?. r 4; permanently .make.their, home in this Challenge open to' any ..:..:" :
KEY WEST; FLOBIDA. section: going in the direction of the golden rider in Dade county. Race to take O. P. HUNTINGTON, NoAlffiBiul: 'M Fait MiTl,,Steppers"betweeB-''' _
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New .
York and JackitootlUeand _
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stain to play on "de bar \ wid de place Nov. Proprietor.
7.CHABLM
Monday
) ,* Mra A. B. Thompson, the estimable ia I .Sleeper via AllheYIlIe. : : 0
thousand strings" at last accounts N .37 and* Sleepers
THOMPSON, a I <" carry Through between ,
wife of the
& BBOOME, proprietor the Miami About 8 o'clock Jacksonville New York In connection with, }
SCOTT {
Sunday evening an Miami
t. Hotel, atom anied by his accomplished Cycle House. Located, in tbe most pJeasaut'place in 8.I3.7and 14 with rnUnun Sleeperr between (
of
ebony-bued son Ham' rode the
a up to the JaeksooyllleandTampa. : ,, -
daughter, Miss Madge, and little city. 'r -
AT LAW Conolly and announced Dr. Huddle- .
ATTORNEYS ; Misses Gertrude and'Elsie arrived in to Astor, of a Slave. No.36 carries the CincinnatTand Florida LIm-A.ItMl.
ston that "a husband 'had been Thin h bramtftt to JackaooTiUe t>T No.3*
+ NOTARY PUBLIC IN OFFICE. Miami last night from their old homeat shot in the stomach.lady's Dr.' To be;bound baud and foot for years UfPare filtered l rain water.ia need for A.O. MadXiNELL.Gen.PBsa.AXt.,, ". --r
State Federal CourU- Huddle the chains of disease the form J.&MAUsUAL.Tic.AgtJ09W.Br Strwt .-
; Wonpra an Peoria, Ill. The 'family will hereafter by wor :
snchot1y started for purpose throughout the hotel. ,
', Coil & attended to. ston toe scene of the event, every 'laekMJoTtIlf' J *
i urns OVXB HAIfa or BAT BlacLnrs.r ,. make their home here. took an account of stock as to the eellow's slavery;\ George Williams of Man-' 5-20-tM-in , 1: .0.M, BMden.T .-.hs.,Agt;, St-Augustlne.'

MIAMI FLORIDA.g The river front ai the foot of the chances of missing tbe'resuneo- cheater, MicL,tells hoy'lUcb* a alar&ur.smade
Hotel Miami park is being filled in for free. BIIAY': *My wife! has been '
tion that trip, made up his mind that '
..1- dock for so helpltM,for five yean that she could : .
a the juse of the hotel guests. they were as scattering as ben's teeth TOWNLEYBRCB..Specialty '
MILLS.rOWLEE 1C. D ,
cot turn in bed alone. After
.. The. park: is being prepared for sod- put a lancet into Darby's left hip And over nsiog- : ,
ding and with the dock in two bottle:of Electric hitters, she is -.,::
shape to took dissolved : ,
out the of : '
IHOMCEOPATHIST.CuitONIC Darby's 1E."DQUrii'TERS ., ?
FOltr l
and able to do her e
t embark and land dertDUllmpro'fed .
( guests the Improvement existence, put him in as comfortable a .
"' < will prove a great advantage to position as possible while be turned in i own'work. This supreme remedy for ? :
DlSBASKS A SPECIALTY. : Blank Bookslv <
femalediseases.quickly-) pervoul Stationthy : iid.5
the hotel and" source,of pleasure and his ledger balanceand squared accounts ,
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TWrteentb near -,tleepleaanes..melancholy headache,
Street Arenne B. convenience.to ,
". : the'guests.HT with tt. Peter. .
Tbe'nen'daJ' saw the "V J.
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,MIAMI '- ; ;FLOBIDA.JJB. '. :: :Whaler, who passed six weeksat 'setting Darby's son, 22 hours 'after 'j' backache mitacle working fainting medicine and dizzy ia a spells godsend This to . ; made ,of.rthe very- .. _<',r.*._. iff-'

the Miami sick with typhoid fever the game 'of craps was suddenly weak; sickly, run-down people.Every Finest Lines' of 2. =
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is about. After to end. He has ,
J. M. JACKSON JB again spending a few brought an not Ben bot.t.leparaDteed. Only 60 cents. SoldbyTo.ole.Br'oe.druggists.ti21.6.26.vi :
: days Ja.tbe lake-section of the State be here any ,Moore, since, but- ia now '
will return to Miami and again open quietly awaiting Gabriel out. in the The Finest COLD .DRINK ,ESTABLISHMENT io -SODh'Flofida.[ : :

'OFFICl: hit,; Jewelry .buaineu.Mr.. Whaler's cemetery Moore didn't wait to attend I A 4" '10 ?:; .' '":,,. .,J..

HOTEL BLOCK friends are ver'much pleased to know, the 'obsequies,: but- got as.much Dade *'ft 'Legal Notice.IK. . Drugs, Medidnesypnemfcals' Toilet- and! : ;. *&>;:
BISCAYNB
< .,, VE..D.I I of his complete recovery'from' his ill county palmetto scrub between himself cncmrt, Coun qr TBS StromiCaccrr JrDIcZAL : ,

-- MIAMI .- j Whaler has'bad to do so. Cot srr. I.CH.5C1IT: A.D. 1898.EuxlnrB .. ' ** ;
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.T. his entirestockof wholes-ale.1 ;
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., . watches clocks and Moore' was caught by Sheriff Chil- J.'M oomc,1)) < v .' ._j ' .

: "II |J ..H. morning He
.a-freight car. walbro'oght. :
after engage his e entire'attentjon'\ here. j t ; ; f.: 4. *- f *0 f 1- x'5JI-tf-ifa' : .
AflratxJr ; GRADUATE RUSH MEDICAL COLT : ss workmen has been engaged \V edn Upon.applicattonofElizabeth; f fJ. -
Sclay committed '
t : attend all kinds of was Jail to complainant la the aboVa'entitled cause, it ., .
to to clock .
watch :_ ,
'f '. LEGS,' CHICAGO. await :the action, of the grand Jury .. .. . . . ., .
and Jewelry 'repairing and general appearing from;tits affl ;
Office corner AT.Due C and nth street --: upon the charge .in,the"first ham oae o :the for the .uldElUk- '.
repairing. .With Cbeatham & Co.; Are \ attorney
:OmcB Hooae-:la.m to ttm.andStolp.nl'MIAMI : : degree. j beth J.Slurs the ,that the defendant. ; i : '
complainant
y j..'. :..-.? -. '; e' FLORIDA,. cade The building.0''cityt election' ; takes::0. 6-24-2w-jcl place n'ext'' .persist...uorll1Imany.in loading colored themselves fellows down will ..Bury SUtes.a non-resident of the S. E., L. Brady i ;; &. .Co.,::_ ..

State Florida butte resident of 1b4 United \
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'w x p .T. ErAGQS.,M. D., Tuesday.: the' advice of the MKTBOPOLis : with 75'-cent shooting;machinery all Btateirand Of : .:. .' -1"4 ,
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that there is no person in toe Stateot j '
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q "' I Is to for the best man.Tb'at
vote.
,c'PHYSICIAN*- the time they cad expect-that about .
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la always.'good, sound advice, bat does once a';,week some of them' will be would}loddatheaerrtee'otsnbpaonaupon whom Groceries "Grain Hay..and..GardeItS di. '. 4
: SURGEON bind each defendant and that id / ,
& : not usually.- In this ; ,'b.el& ;
mean a thing case called .upon to follow in the footstepsof ;
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defendant II overtire 21, / ... ..
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H;Met the MKTBOFOLIS that age < cr ,;1-<3\ -
expects '
Miami Drut StoriYromlp.a.toioelocke.a. every the much-lamented Darbl;or like ,'" ,. '" .
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f It i*therefore ordered,that the said defendant '
\ : one will vote as it dictates if they vote the fellow who was the other end of :
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"I.. ,r at residence' ,Cocoajtut Grove. at all. If they do not so ,vote the ,the',machine find themselves"playing do appeac to am wer the Bill of Complaint. : MIAMI AGENT FOR MAPEST !E.l.TILZER8. 4; : e. '
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In the entitled cane .
above
MIAMI> ; ,-_ FLORIDA. MKT&OPOLIS to their upon the <
, going drop checkers with-their noses on the gratesof -'
. ...,. 'Tin Day of Sorember. X Du 1898. '
T acquaintance short off. The reason we Juno' jail awaiting trial for. murder theaame We call the attention of'.'''the"pee Bar Br said
EHLOE .D. D. 8 feel so confident and express ourselves and a chance to'dance on a wind plat'form.not -. belugthe' flratMondty in ioaonth. and Fancy Groceries, Fruit and Food Product of all kinds, also our stock ; t '
', ,. so forcibly, is because. there is but oneticket far'be ce.. .. at the omce of tie Clerk' .of 1&14-Court In moo, of Grain. Hay, Bnw.Cot& D Seed'M esl.Ground Mood and.Wteat.. ti.i .
1> to vote' ; >t < \ Dad County"Florida We are the onlrboate"ou"E. 'BieeayuiideaiIna) exclusively In the above,,"* : '
,,' 'CROWN&BRIDGE WORK .. : Ii.-I, 'And it'II further ordered that this order pi' line 01 good. We buy close and will sell clora.' We Invit4{your correspondence . .
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Welsb'and
:Cipt.John H. wife;father : MnaoV- and.solicit your patronage.Verr trol,., E. U, BRADY.& COu: ;
l '{ >: ,'Made a Specialty.- \ and mother Mrs. J...K..'Dewey1, are Has Solved the Bock Problem. publication be publiihed In the MUM :: 6-17-Lfkm . ,..*" J.T-,? "' -. - -: +

r,I Office.fount i a.m.to 6 p.m. OfVee In Bel- visiting at the home of.the!r .)daughter : 'F. A. Root, Deputy:U. 8;, Marshal l, 01.11".a newspaper: publlihed}n-=.Miami Dade. .'. . . .,- e. :'. e. . . . . ..,
enere Brick Block,corner Av.D and 13th fit.. and may make their permanent;home has plan for cutting the loft" limestone COUiktT;norlda- ,once. a week- for Song, conkecu. .. ,
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*MIAMI. ;, vi. FLORIDA.' *. in..Miami,; Mr. Welsh stood >next to rock of this section for which be ,tire week*. .> ** .. : '
Done and ;
ordered at-tbeClerk'e'omce.
rut
: the head, of the:Grand j Army'of":the hasmade' application for a."patent.' '

'. IJB:B, E. CHATEt,.DENTIST Republic .for many r'years: He ia.a: By his plan.of operation three or four Junor.Dade: Couey 'Florida'thti2etkdiy; of F. W.ItJ.i: "
A. .
D.1SW. .. .
September I
fluent writer of events and a''great student men can remove from the quarry as :

fomee of historyMorewill:: ;be knownof much rock. twenty men can takeout ...l 1" z-lA, 'A. r; QUIKB1\'J\'

j :, tbe.reasons.'which 'ring rand by.the plan now in .operation. It .can ''?'J..*&..*&,''.+ :.' Clerk. of Circuit Court In c -

..'aaUi oa'block;northeast Cornet. ol. Mh. ,.Welsh ;among 1'us at no distant be taken .from the .quarr'ln Ibap ,.to : T .D4forDa4eCouutr; ...> """ ./,,
..Avenue D_an*18th scut.S3iLtMI date Suffice It for the present to state place) in 'the walls of a building .f ROBBIKS-A QEAHAM,Solicitors' for" Complainat -

lv >: "} that Klaml Is again fortunate{ in securing blocks:as large *a can be handled by :_y.':. . : . : 5.9txs.lr.
TFLOIBDA. '. '
j .residents crane, even up to a thickness oft
of
\ '"" ,- !: .;CoJo-'<' : a* anotber'amill so
much. merit., --44" /'" feet apd 10x10 feet, surface if.need '

DCD: r'DoD8 IiI.v.' (, Th8METROPOLIe'la'Up update i '1D' the Bock can.to delivered at'a ,bnildi BUILDER
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- .. "'- execution'of Job printinr. site,.Mr.Boottbinttlt, a much I ,
: -- cost than brick. A:working'.model 4- r.
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: ::'DE,._ 1 TIST',, Work upon the new pump' g.house a cheap scale baa been tried and fob 4 s
( 'ot tit the head of the'rlnr
''-4''' progressing.A .
-$" > to work perfection. When a pert
;, ,t"U.CING TEETH: SPECIALTY: .. --
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GO-hone-power gasoline engine win 1 il machine -has been constructed to1 vieps-tr-Lae'm ; ,

> -7 Office> ,orer last Office, tMIAMI" -;. be"placed to do the work.- .By placingthe operated' by,steam power Mr. r ', .

\. ,; ,_\ ..4T' ..FLORIDA, _'.1'> engineat the head of,the pipe line i wiir have" solved a problem of,' MAX AUSGH.WITZ'r {' .

:-4. and forcing: the water.through Instead vantage-to: Miami.. We are of t : ,. ... .,. - ""':" .. ' "'''.
-.." of allowing it to come down to the station .. : ,i? f ,
; omsrI'UDDlOE,. .- .; : opinion that; the ,last_brick buildiihasbeen Y
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f[ . ; ' :- j here gravity.the pipes
).:i;;! ICrVIL'ENGiNEERAND :' flushed at any time and kept: perfectly that hereafter rock buildings only .. i
s ", "? clean It is claimed that,an, accumulation bebuilt. 'J' f,' ,n . '- : 'It .. > ; fL""* -.... :: ,
;. r ;: & -: SURVEYOR"" .'of:a;'fungus growth,upon theinside" .- - i the-lamebelnit the 21th'day of tald month: :-a\/A""T" ,-;A'A'T'* >- '.
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' p. '. :oC the ;pipes has j_resulted ji a that toe polls will be open from s o'clock a.rtandard >:; . .,\ -.v..v.- ,. .. , x
t "::;1fo&atTl'abUc'or Attention rinD to Bub-DtTidlnf State at Larf Loge*. 'Particular Tract. allowing the water-to come downs it ;Nassau.Hotel Situation. ,Utne,;;until sundown on"laid day; : ..;,.' ....J.,: .n, :' 1't..ti,.: f,: , I.. : .,

.-' Office on tOCJi tttreet.Booth Side. sear 4...D.MIAMI. has lute past and that'the water will The-contract'between: Mr. H. ')I. that J.'B.'.Abremi,;H. C.:Budge and H..-1C .. ..- ,

..!. -., ,- ..';,- .-: .' 'li'LOBIJA;;' >" be:free oi:impurities. by::.forcing .Ittbroaghthepipee'tbne.keepingthem Flagler andthe: Bahamas government King are hereby appointed 'u Inspectors,azi 4 ;acEJ: et': ; x?':!k _: _

.( ; by; which the former_Is 7 to.erect.' R.1C'!Smith aa clerk to conduct Bald election.: r'RYa ,., .
: an "i" .. tdtiHOTEL: MIAMI BLOCK ;. > .. 'r'-; :,.
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: JOHN;ZBONOWITTZB,',f. > clean of this growth. w'--"- "i:> hotel and provide::* steam service be- The officer to be voted for are a* follows: ; ,1. -. .

.,tJL' tween Nassau and a port in Florida A Mayor,to serve for ode rear.' YIENNA': : > '
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::t .. BAILOR.i : .: "night. Until.Fred the rain:;iBogue,set, underlt6"e'aupee.in' !Wednesday now an aecdmplish ',fact;eve l'Jtblng Thn.'A14ermeD"or'lIember\: ; 'et- 'the "City. ,FRESH' : :HOMB-MADE GRAHAM BR'E' .A'D __ "\; .
: : being satisfactorily settled. We have Council,to terre for two '.. j .

\- >Owr; i experience,' ., .. ( vision of Wm.,H. De Wittilexecutor.'oftbe -force of" authority for stating that.Hr.!'JaJtJer ....'A:,City Clerk,.who wiU year-;alto act a. AaaeiiorWeerTefo : \.-.";>.'!;:"ROLLS' ,..,. .-BUNS; CAKES. ,,,-PIES." "? VERYTHI Q"FIRST'.CLASs... '--:', .l". -
Lafs.t W.na. Tattle estate had : '
stock of an ,
( roll oC iaapla 7 a men *" \I' ' !" -" '". q( "
..:1;- y----1IaB.1endehick Bafldta&TLfI I engaged in grading out the river frontat having previouslyattached his _.signa oaeyea'e.rx\: 9A' _'I-2Mf.h.f..m .::-E-iA; :: cE:J;: ,_ .. ,: :
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.... : the east Bide Avenue D a distanceof ture to the formal agreement the Hon.Hesketb. Manual and Tar Cglleetorj to Bern.. for .. ,.. '!
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A.1 e.' FI4ORIp ., : : Bellattlocolonlal"aecr; ': one year.' \ 'f- .a u ". 'DEL'IVEBYl'ANDMH1P1IENTS ".,..; ' :

.... about 40"< feet into the river., Theground signed the : behalf ,A. Treasurer .. s ;. .. ATrENDEDTO.t' f :::
: -; > -- :' -- -t(. ::will be;occupied by'-the olarjte tarT; name to-day on. City MITe' for one ,year. ;.- PROMPTLY- ." .- .
EIOBMO of this colony. "Nassau Guardian Oc- Said ejectionwill' be conducted ai far ( ; ' '
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S : buildings the foot of Avenue -
near "
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: .. tober ': ?> "V"T.. practicable Aa tt provided':by law for the conduct : : '
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t<< -"REM1- J TATS.: ' ,'-' Fish.'Company of .Boston at.an: early Official, given' by. the otfieneral State and County'Electlon; ,at
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) -40 surveyor-general(r :in /this. eveningaissue Inn-wltneaa whereof I bar hereunto armed ., -
: date. This firm writes the ,MrrBorof "! ;iPure; r Distilled Artesian i "Water tined:; : ,
that' :Mr.- HM. ; *
; Flagler, having my'name: and caned the City Clerk to attach
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> S1JRY8YOlz 1ND D UIiTSbfAN LIB that they will "soon, be'on. the given,notice that ate of ':AddreBB mail od8nJ..LAIql..WORTIIICE COMPANY.' ;
seal and j"
to : We expiration Ue of the .City of.Miami, attest the : . ": .{;.
ground c.
commence, operations sixty days from the 6th ofvOctober: be ** 'I"y, ,aame thti'15th. day, of,September. ,i", .'" Miami, Fla; or call in=peraon-atWBTehou8e, on Avenue. D. .
donot know: .
DADEBIDA. :to what extent, this , -
r5-17-Sm-Liem 2--f ; -
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:)jt .: will commence to, erect tbejiotel LD.1Sa1. -" .s ? -
:f ;; ....... arlltwln1)pen.We,do know.,that upon (t1'--T '
: tbe'Bzrracki: property;that portion-of '1f:: '" L >; J.to;; b.=BiItLY Mayor.'L. '
; PLATINO'.STyfli'i.

;;;.(.vu.'AP. :< t.;CUSBI. ,', t-_" >'-' -:.y. they especially._ have for bath'the business a large'!;,here tugbuilt Were Bay' street;wnich'I. .bounded, on, thenorth.by''the Attest, :'-J1.M,-'GkAna.%,Cur. C1er" tcs-. ". ;;i'" .: i -T.HE- fNEW- ' . '-.-' ,,:.: ..

.' : '.., .' : Informed that. their business ;, ;barracks buildings and i ; : ::: .; -' ir '
; ; will O.'S"- -
MUSICIAN. .0 : Enlarging Tintypes. .p \ r '
'that P'.n" [ :
L ;{" '. 800 400 lot,and:' :portion Cnmberland I berebrcertlfTlhat jb.a&'tu'City ConnciI of the -
employ m to :.in all its
.I .;'rticIDaPuJr: ,: OsailyYioar: :. branches. As to this we men cannot ", street which U bounded on the west by City bl Mural at a regular meeting bead on the Kod It' pict ufes/.fijiisli}) i and rall: ,,#;:- :
say ,
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r.- GOTTA AT BarDmcn ox BTUI.\. -' " -' *-..Ctw' *" ._r ; Lijr Fleeming Square; will be closed:to the 15th day of September,A.D.W9S approred the .. ". .. .. .- .. .... - ': ,::- ;::: 5----h..e -.r. L' :_ :. .
thf* p'Y ot ln-<''.- e: -Apply -j coaU The ftueaf1hl otwatct' j tocl.nna.jew punk and 'all rights to the use of the appointment of the thfpe Inspectors and the ... ' -:1 work' .f finislied J.'n'P.to'-oQre } -a _.;;::..:. .....} >

'Oo'pe.t M,. .ater'' rte.vw . '. everbri oghtt hF trigs ..ne: will cease' at the expiration or clerk of Vlectlon whose james tppr'"rlr 'he \,;d' -

t, FLvBID a.h e' 1I. T."\Wha er' ewe re the the period as stated! above. foregoing notice of election. FRED AND-S GALTl "v. r."tKuaATHF. 'itKWta+ .l ... "

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\\ DO'GlIIDIN PR'IC'ES' Hardware" ._ ,ot all Kinds:, -t, >'

: TOO gET .' ATSON'S '.::

9- at prices that pl ase: ; t:

.. Our a ons.ji ,
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} with Judge It. M. Brown a* the presiding Mr. Lingvrman's residence nearly J

AtON OUlt NEIGHBORS genius. Until quite receny finished and he will move his family in MIAMI VdjitJ: ,
the Grove has for years been without\ it within the next few',dtya. ,

\ TALKING - -- ,-- -- .- _._ ---. -....,.- that useful official, a justice of tiereace Nice families and industrious farm .
but It. M. Brown having '
now
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; are
ers. always welcomed by us. 'VilAS. THO3IFONPsopvletoi. ,
,, Notice to Correspondents. I tonsented to act, we can try our own
Correspondent thonld take 1..lne to R'tthotr 'offenders nnd decide our petty civil Last Monday Mr. II. W. Padgett setout
leitfrs IntnthU office by Thursday raorn- one thousand pepper plint
Here home. Two -
at cases were
aaea
\Se ceIsxTamped ,
IUI or y "
:A BARGAINS and to loaurr publtratioil the letters on trial docket Monday morning:
ABOUT of oorrespondents shoald not tie later. Mate VII. Walter Isefiln, with .Il. II. LINTON LOGIC.
: Uian Thursday mornlne We still need a correspondent Itroderuk and State
,,, as ,complainant,
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at Ft LanderdMe Hallaiid Cutler, Mrs. Jones is visiting her sister
.' II.; II. Rroderick with Walter Leffinas
will ,
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tr AU ;u. Klllotts Key and Planter. some Mrs. John Marshall.
one 'do the work at these places' Keep your complainant. Both were misdemeanor 1 ,,"
.C! l:'"1 ertloB to the front We shall be clad to serve cases. The trial was set,the Jos. E. Chambers and L.J.. Lyman j _. t"I .."
,""- C you all well. spent Saturday at West Palm Ut>
aeb.
\L' and. witnesses when
subpoenaed,
: Ou> buyer E. G. Sewell, has just arrived from New York where he jury :.
on motion of the prosecution, the cases Mr. Latham has rented Mr. French's I > .J:
a \ bought some'of the greatest bargains ever heard of, and we propose COCOANUT GROVE ITEMS. .t'i "1 10\:.
were dismissed, the complainants paying house on Boynton avenue and intend '. ..
";. .;;.,. to give ourTcnstomers the benefit of these bargains by selling them ')
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orl', ; ;;:;" just as we purchased them. We.will'mention a few of the same THE WKK Oas or COCOANUT ORO\ K."Yes the costs. The difficulty appeared to make his home in Linton. lie. is ... .t : ?i
in fact to ari e out of :the acts'of a boy who now working on a house belonging tH. Kinds of Wheels
lies the All
; -t. below. Our ability to offer these great bargains indeed ; we have a great many .-!
with to
wan charged being a terror K. Lyman, getting for Mr.
ready
-t them at half their value: '* I
that we bought lovely little ones. Why, can count at 1
surrounding neighbors. Judge law. and Mrs. John Marshall who will
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.' half dozen within stone'sthrow For Sale Rent.
least a a '
."n ,.,.. .;" ": of each other," said a bright, j eM, witnesses and Jury got their fees .occupyl it as soon':as i$ l,..flnished.Jos. or : -

faced matron of thfr Grove the other and the complainants pocketed their : H. .Grinnell anti Miss ROle \ '- .".
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S Ladies''tShoes. day in answer to tile question, "Are loss. Since writing the above we uffderttand Tucker went to Palm Beach Wednesday <:
.1: babies In Cocnanut ?" jury and witnesses were still mornlngreturning''the 'am'e'night. E E.:: .;
...::: there any Grove looking for fees. .- ....
"There is Jean scarcely) six ; .
: ,4.." lob pairs Ladies' Tan Goat Oxford Ties, worth $UiO our price 75o weeks old, the dearest little rosebud of Kirk Munroe,, A..A. Boggs Capt. F. S. Dewey spent a' few hours in .. {fir'
. .60.pair*,Ladies' Chocolate Lace Shoes, worth $2.60. Ita a bargain. baby. Every one loves him, and his Hadeu and associates have been bravelr town ThuayMr.Chaieof 1:12 ..;po- ...

'. ;r;.$. "', .. ..t. ..... ... ... .... ... ..... .........4.. .... .... . .. tl.75c a parents are as proud of him 'as though at work on the Cutler road and are also in town. They c me Boynton.was down .-,\ .' ".' < $, ..1
.7'; .., :; : ,4 pairs Ladies' Fine Chocolate' Lace Shoes, vesting top very fine be were a girl."Tbere's . irring. up.every one all along the line. -rom.Boynton by boat. ", ) S.

-4 .! :: Shoe worth t'.AL.( .. .. .. .... .... .... ....... Our price $2.50 bonny Marjory Bogus; you A progressive man I is always in favor ; ..; r.: ; J
: 60 pairs Ladles' Dongola Lace Shoes, cloth top, worth 'i.l,O. don. know Marjory? I'm surprised! of good road- They benefit himself, Mrs. S. S. Linton came down from :, ,.: <

,.,f" 1 :> ............... .... .... .... ,.......... ... ..Our price $L75 the neighborhood and the community Boynton on the Lyman launch: Friday, :>;:
4 ; tOO pain.Ladies' Kid Oxford Ties, all styles, worth''$2.00 and $800, Bonny Who is Marjory merry" all Boggs the: day; in general. What is the,use of money returuingon the train Saturday !morn ,;

:' l.I" To close.... ......... ........ ....f... .... .... .... .... ....$1.00 Bonny Marjory :tt"to.. or brawn and muscle unless you expend ing.Mrs. ii: :- .4. -- **:
\ AS pairs Ladlet'71n. Kid Button Shoes, wort -.a.6Op to close, $2.50iMn's To your heart, .. the way- one'or both in. making the surroundings I. B. Taylor and Miss ROle .
<:, Bonny Marjory Boggat""And pleasant and agreeable? Tucker were-reported quite ill on. ,Sun :
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little Miss Gertrude May Saunders .- The best monument a man can leave I day. () .
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: she's barely half a year old, and behind him is good roads, made so by Four small razor backs have been .0::
,,11"'i-: Shoes. et she is so considerate of other peo- his individual efforts, example and wandering around,.getting.into peo -

ile's feelings that on Saturday afterJOOflS teachings. Gentlemen; keep at it. ple's gardens. Mr. Tenbrook finally General Repair: Work
from 3 o'clock until half-past five 8.neror later it will leaven the whole I caught them and kept them penned .
4 "- 48 paira\Men's United States.Regulation Navy Shoes,strictly Hand ,''ou will not hear a sound from her, lump. : until the owner came for"them.
.' SeWed. The Government paid $2.10 for same. Its a bargain.. although she may have been making Satisfactorily, Done,:. .
; C.J. Rose and wife have been sick for M. K. Lyman has raised the largest .
;:! Youxcan baye them for.,..... ............*......<.. ......$2.00 herself beard ten- minutes before for some time. Young Frank Davis who watermelon of the season, in! fact the. -ii-ir-ss.'i .:
60 pa4r Mea>Satin Calf Shoes, worth $L75;' we bought 'em cheap she lives just across the hallway from ,. "at'p;
% .. >, lives with them is also sick. This left ever raised in Linton. It
""t.f t'\t ?* ao we M,11 'em cheap.4;... ............... _...-. ..... .......|1.85 the IIhral"f'room and seems to know Charley chief cook and..l 1anager. ,Not largest weighed 61} pounds. --- '-- -- -'---- -;;- -
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. s 48 pair Men's A'bt7.D Lace Shoe, worth |'. Its a bargain. .$SOur library hours. She surely going to since be, mounted. his wheel .
'-". 4e World' Best Shoe at. ... .......One Hundred and Fifty Cents ,be a reader and fond of books. and long started for Miami. Before he The organ has been ordered and is C CONE '
t. ,.'Is th* best Shoe in the_world. All style and shapes "If you will come with me just around got expected Wednesday morning. Next ,
back his
..... the corner I will show you the dearest wheel turned over and he was Sunday evening 8Ong service will be ,-
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brought home with a badly sprained; held in the scboolhouse. .
little baby boy of a flirt. He is not a BlacksmltKand "
: year old yet, but all the girls know : ankle.. The Rose,family surely know W. W. Blackmer, returned Monday .
S1 es"" Fuller Hes the meaning of the old adage,"It never from Macon be
: Farming and love Langdon Carney. rains but it night ,Ga.t where baa. ..
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pours.
called onr prize baby. A*, been for some months' Wheelwright) *
."A little farther on and there is pretty Rain I Rain I Rain! .At last the Two men who'are thinking of,settling -
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4 .. \,. \ .' .88 pain,'Men'* Oil Grain Creedmoor*,,for hard weir worth,$1.65 little Fancelia Barr Robert She downpour has come. At this writing, In Linton 'are' staying at Mr. < - ".c-.

.-., ,Our price ........;;...\ ...........'....t....... .r.T.! .....$1.25 reminds one of a lilly, her ,complexion the 18th, the water is running in rivulets ; Thornton's, Curtage Buggy u! ,Wtg Re Sfp.. (
; ;,,,, -r l< 21 pair* Ken 8t1tcb-Do -BrogaDl,worth loGO, our price...$1.15f is so velvety white and she. ,": ( We carry the Hambleton Brown Oil Grain Creole. and Creedmoor large blue eyes. She has the;most faoinatlng i.: and lakes. It is not likely we will BUENA VISTA MOTES.H. ..; .
-'_ .at $1.60,.which we will matchagainit the world for wear.. way of suddenly bursting into bear much moreaboat; dry weather ._ '" All work n at1","'promptl, ,and substantially P.I

-%. ; 1 delicious little,peals of laughter; and during the remainder of the months. L. Hoffman has terminated 'the done, and satisfaction given, :J ......
:;t: there's Bandmaster Rice's baby girl, Ram Rain! Rain lOur October flood erection of his irrigation. system .by '&-17' 'bJtraBT'Wrlto ? .
.IN LADIES' HEAVY SHOES a dear little one; and 'dear 4AuntTUlJ'a is sorely here. Hurry out,your pine windmill: at his place. ",* 1 4, '
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land and be slow with
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plants
{ .l ,* *- \ (Mrs. John Pent's) little : your E. L. White has received a 5-horse .' '- = ...

:4_: t. <. "J y We.- carry a t"dlea'.G io Oxford Tie at"$14$'that I*'just the thing granddaughter, that is the best who baby tried; 'Glades. power' engine to irrigate' his place.. P:1'I': ,EJ ,t' i;
and little Hattie Perkins
Brown that
.. Judge says complaints Deux bobs example a suivre. *
.:-l. : ,for bard wear.14socarrjaLadIi' Glove Grain, Button ..
,: .
: \ hard the other W brush her kitten'steeth have been made him. '
day to about the
"that is -- pro- E.B. Douglass s made large improvements ,. w.l ;. lU1a.u, 'St
at $ a < { Shoe ..
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,1. .... "x". :: ,as tier mother bad,taught her to miscuous use of firearms on" .Sunday. to his' the udssas$st
". new place to
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+ _: .::- i.. i' ; ,1s.; .."" .: do her own; and little Winn Newbold, The law prohibits this and if'anyone :. '1#
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f front fruit and
.i1' water planting trees:
.. it..., .it'::.... ': -. a delicate boy who is named.after one is brought before.the Judge; 'officially '<' ; '. ., . ":j..t" c: -J" 1'Gypress'1
-: '. :ChiLdren( S "Shoes \. of the characters in one of )Jr KirkMunroe's he will tie obUxed. to acts You have I pineapples. .i'C. Ii, ...,

4;;, : ; ; .'' ," ... ... .' .-. books, Winn C&spertaRaft--: your warning; 'tA word to the wise ia i The new road between. Miami ,ailLemon @. '--"-. TJO.\', Jr.\:
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> 3sr'' ) r. .,'# mates,' one of the 'Mate' series; and sufficient." City,under supervision < .... ., J

: : }i 24 pair*.C 4'ran:Goat &Buttoa;Shoe* ,.9'. ,to-2Y; worth $1.60,< ob,yes-it Eunice Peacock! Wtll,she can *"Count*djHedouville delivered a fine P. Merritt has reached Buena''Yi.ta: ....!I:'...:. ks. ',,; > ... .. "

.4..:.... .-... rf. ,*, 'Oar pric ...--....-.....-.....I...._. .-.:.?...*....'.", ..>..'.?... .:*... ...'1.10 speak for herself as she did the' otberdA1annoucingto.6umotber lot of 'ploeapple'lockenon'th.ewharf This wide'road with hard is very rock.Well It built will on be 12 when feet ''I( 3 ':!j>!an *). ',

} '- : .,':84 pair,Children's Grain Button Shoe, worth $1.40, oar price $1.00 ,and the here/of the Port RIco: and Queen completed the best road of 'Dade "<" .J
'. household at large* that she_intendedto 'r11'i'
T : .And HIM niJsillll iTTll ill Sehoo1BhoeIt'Z1AT :*- varieties. They were purchased by .:
: ;: .- ; . .. > open her bank take out the money George ,Macdonald, .who_'will: .in county. Go" ahead, Peter- ; you make G.LDITIS&SOI 1'p"a1aik.

and buy herself a bicycle. adding;'and ,-earor, two have -' 'r
: : it will be a daisy."'. -'places',and finest fruit groves in The frequent showers of thiiweek. ..;Jr1&.r ;

.s.m. m. :Do not be surprised any..day' to hear ,.the count..)'.. 'j makes everybody jump. Tailor' Mer. for Catalogue. ,, ,1.244344d: ".. :::: t(
: ritt our superintendent :of schools, <." ;
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.0 of a ladle's bicycle. luncheon to cele- With the exception of School Trustees . 1
; brate a gathering of the w h eelwoufen has set out one, thousand sweet peppers )
: Dr., J. W. Jackson and W. H.
.J "* * of the Grove for there, are quite a *. and as many eggplants 'on, his
,) :.i4. Recollect i ,we puMn the Good 1 Lock Heel Circlets free of charge, \ number now ,who.have taken .most- Hobbs, both of whom are' candidates place to the water front. He was so FOR SALE ,
-z,:: :r%:which makes;.a*.:child'* sboeJatIceu long. _.We -also put onJr kindly and enthusiasticallytotbis best for that position,! C. E. Davis Is the busy in settiflg out,his plants that he ;l i
: T2 .. ", will only Grovite-on either of the tickets ,- ..... .,. ..
: -.. ; button with patent fasteners, a Vith each child's shoe we of exercise. We betieyeisa, forgot to take his dinner that-day. "I : -- '. ,
....;.-i;* ",;-r"t give a School OomPan o ;con d.pngof a Ruler Slate Pencil, Lead Frow was the flrtto own tand'ride-, Grace' He fully.expects to be elected and says have no time," he said; "I will .have Improved ''Property.TEN f;
his motto is "Vote for C.'E. Davia for J
$;- ". Pencil Pen Holeer; denln a nlc* wpoden 19X. : dinner and "
r" : altogether.
!f- v:,",.: ft i. ., ** r. -rx-A wheel at the Grove.. laltnoagh Lady Collector." supper
; Brongeest really had the first 'wheel.* first Miss Maud Filer Is visfting. .{ her. 'ACRES. all partially tioy.dI' .1']
Pine's
ftt : 7" 'ft but did little or no riding;'''MrJohu consignment of seed friend, Miss Ida Courly. flv. acre let to citror fruit uses and' .
,, '-' OTJIESOur : j --e,. ,." Haden first with Miss Jessie.' beans have arrived ,They are'beauties other trees, welt, started tor fiowtBr,, j
'" ', ,' ... '!'. wa : Lang Mr. Leon For n el has tWQ'aeres of Good six-room bonae.waah and btb-
: : :: ,. T : ; ...t' -Refugee, Golden Wax and' Black
gboesunlined. :, soon after; then Mr*. A. A.:Boggs and in fine dition. booM tapplJed wttn batfi.' well setS
.:; "" ;. ; .Men's Poll Stock Calf ,. : . :Wax. The Valentine will ,come later.' eggplants co
cistern Good ,
. her: sister Miss Conver&e.oow. Mrs. water.' bars Improvedcbikeuboa'ie
". ;>X'; :: :; '. :' Theyare.wearers.. '..' ... Mrs: .Dr.., LACONICS. and other oot-floosem. .:
"' '* Pal ter) and 8tag 'tho is The.appointment. of'the" B@T.t.Dr. LITTLE RIVER Located 2 miles south-west of Coconut *.. ''\ -.:
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:'Y"-:7t.+ ; p : ; now one of the.best ridera.here, :Mrs. Paris next Sabbath wilLhe filled for GroTeroairood road. 8cBooJ-bon 4.-
'flifsAur4sIiffigs. Kirk Monroe has also, a.'wheel and him,by the Rev. C.. A, Saunders, 'presiding Work on the rock road has been one-qn rt rof mile from plaee ",OoodioelKhbomood. ;
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-r thoroughly enjoys ridihg.3UriJlarry elder of the.ME.chnrch. resumed and it is to be hoped that TKN ACKEH-4: acres ia Cltrt,fn:: tr it ,/
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-;?' -. ;. .... ,..,.. !. .A -- ,:,_ . ., Brucebas also,a fine 'whl"eLand Is, a EoV; Kirkman is back after! visit to there will be no more stops. The rail- tree*. well started two acre havKbes "'
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0 beAutiful rider. Miss Htridry has road almost full of of Just rut down ready for&reeLpad1DIr' -
fj%tt.r. :1" d We are leader in this. .li'ri a.* we.carry.the best';make and ,upto3 brought her bicycle with bert and is his old Tennessee home. He I. makfo2' fertilizer siding at one was time this week.cars which hoas Good weU ot water. \(Located ";
.* ? .,tP'dat stylc.. -* x., **= !- l "** preparations pot.l in a on his bout three mlnuUk'.walk:from Mkool'hoDse .
; ? crop
; > b1 iD1 ,fast learning what good roads We havein I teams 'were constantly hauling 'out On good roa4 and ia good oeifbborhood. ;
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4n o 1 : *we have a of 60o flOoShirts I that we.will. .close at...,25ctS homestead near Cutler.A. ', -'

_ _ *** K: kf'<"** J.* 48 Fancy,Negligee Shirt,worth The,to close..................,..60o i' take every.directiooW1th'sucb the lead and: oo1d"theHt8Y" womento ,we '. T.Carter has-been on the sick list over the road the now new is road.such,The that condition heavy rains of rot imrticnlara sent?to 4- '-

'fib ?( .*i S ':S!!;;;"Our lin ,of.2&-Underwear completeand1 i(oorT better grades can : cb.. DnT' sirnmona but is around again:smiling and suave would make F.
MORSE
.. '* may. expect m ,. I .it impassable. Everybodypitchpn ; .
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, ; neat. :
,. .po!bebeat .they.are.so, :. .. : Jjr : .., :. strongly advises the ,exercls*.::for' hers as usual. ._ _ _ _ and haul rocks. ;Hudson Born oY1tstOnteet1Aft-rLi ..

_ .. ,- 1*'. ;!&''\.We_carry Sweet, Orr.A.Co.'*Working.Shi rt*.and:Overall,.and.wet patients does Dr. SkaggsiTand Dr. ALAPATTAH f EAIH E. will tell you whereto get. them. and "

"'. t, f ..,' ; .are,.sole'
.. *! ;:-l We,wUt1"ece1Y8, in" a few days;tile very, latest,things io eckw@ar. t no better,or' 'surer. promie>for good I Last\ ..Saturday Mr. Louis .Becker's : b'is, rumored' that a new. grocery COCOASUT GROTK,.no."

...,..'," :, :"': ''r.," ,n'W. ..tcbourindowa... ;; 2., <. .. f' . .t roadarfban-this league -xOocoahut' ' I new- ,horse.ran'away and played. havoc, i store.will be opened at Little Riv r.. ", '5-17-3mLrtdlm : .
t. ,". 1 ... < ''' ,. - " (- :,: Gre.,wheelwomen.... Y : "
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--i a.. .:>.We .:ear: ';, the;celebrated.. !IlBO :Shirts; also.their fine '.1.1'I # in general with his buggy. : Mr. V.A. Rutherford'hasreniLMr.Spivey's -
-: >Mr. Flanagan', with a broad smile i new.house andwill move into
t); \. Underwear., --j on -
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+ ... .. >i:' ;bis;face, .paid the Prairie. visit last It at an early date. Mr. Spivey i. giving .
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:t.'f :' : .J. :, ; week I.. a handsome turnout.. the. house a- oat :of paintWhich.

\ MEN'S." HATS '':Two of Miami's' prettiest and most dds much to its appearance.. BuildIng -

:iz t.'I : : _: ., .. I /ii accomplished' young ladles,'.Miss. Cora such bouses is a step in the right ,
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.. '.... 'f direction will follow and
t .,., {. ,' '. :* .)'I' ">- .}!; 1rrf' : '" Tolbert and ;Miss Amanda Fleming, that others (Successor to K. B.Raolerson A Bro..) ;
', .i- '-:" -.}W ;-bought ome great bargains in this line. ,.; ., : were...the guests of Mrs. J. W."Johnson the"shacks" will give place to good, WhnleMle and Retail 'Dealer in .

't-i.; ,<<: r1l n'a Felt flats woi'h"' OOI our pri ;...... .. .. ... ,,\.650) Saturday:and Sunday.- that prosperous look.like looking homes. .houses-bouses Florida and Western ,
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: Messrs., S..A.'Baker.and. W. '
rMeflRBlac Fedora Uatworth$1.50burprlee.$1.00 -
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.t" .1: e'f's"_; ....')len' .Brow Felt Hail,Toori.t,worth $2.50our.prlce.$1.75f1c -.., Land':were' .:.seeiTon. . the Prairie. laatweek I 11L'G-e'ntry.saYII.be is going to open : ;" -

c'Men'a, ; 'avery. ellP' lt::,!. ; 'nobby awl. :neat, -worth_ $3.50 our :' ,J '- that long-hoped-for meat market very
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..>,,"""'" '>;:',-' .:i' price.-.,.,..-................"..:e",....-.,....y.-..........;-.._:...............a.uu IrA.t ., ,)lrl and Mrs.'J.W. Johnson' gave a soon. I 1YIEAPS: >' ;
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Z;.f: :.-' ::t/jMen'Hf! ht-colored,.raw-edge. .Hat;worth$L50our:price:;... ..$2.60 very interesting roqu@t'p'arti8undal Emory Spradling has put nut a fine ,

... ;:-; :- "i: *.r r. r ."' t Y.&nd: the'Tery.'.i tet thing are the. ,. ,,,, t ,Charles .Perrytcoanut Ur&,e'. afternoon: The players were: Misses Soting grove, of about three. f >. '. -

.:; '-.. : -i-! .:.: 4._ y K; '-. ',' Rough'Rider1. Soft"Hat, and:: he.":' skilled stonemason and bnJIder.' is'at Cora;.Tolbert;" and Amanda Fleming, 1ret>a.. Armour's Hams, DI' Beef,

_-,',' ... .-it"'; .:". ,:t':" .. -.* H ,viHobson:. Stiff Hat. .Seetbem.We -,"' - . '.! ",. work on;:"acementcisterrforMr.Kirk : : : .' Airs.. 'J'-W.<"Jobnson,. MtHenry; IT.O.'WJnlleld received, carload of Pigs'.'Feet, Jersey .Butterand .
{c.\- ;-i,,"" .,"';+ !' --4. aresoleagentefor.. -" !"f'; -- ::;> > = Munroe. )lr. Perry has also just ,Padgetfi;Wallace,Canova. S.A. Baker commercial fertilizer this week Tor his : Fresh -
.-' .;: : ; ( >> '.. finished s0meimportantaddiIone'toCommodoreBaiph: J.'-.W. Johnson, E. T. Smith 'and and EggsORDERS ,
<" : .. :: .c-i.; ; < . < : : orange trees pfnes, vegetables. ''
.'P ,:. Munroe1* dwelling? Master Eddy The spectators. He has eight hundred orange and grapefruit PROMPTLY. FILLED., ;

: "\ JOHN: BSTETSONHATS.: \ : ; .: : and is!'OgurI r,!'u they eay;here, on a ,were'Messrs.Geo.-W.' Land,; DeVon, 'trees, set {out a,year ago;'and V17' .b,JsmtfGO .._.-' .. :-' .
., y .. stone concrete house for iT:B. $ritt, Iverstreet,.Laurence Hay; thousand .
'" '- ." ," or ,Mr, Boggs : about one hundred pines! I f---.
I.-v 0. .)iTBET.1ARE.TU"'BESTI"",,'-." .. \ < ::".:>' -- .;:. < '. 1 v '"\ 54._jiIn "'''', .i!: to be built early: next year.MrSSwinso .: "!;t Hy Bradox and"Harry:Warren; AU .,..,..., . -
: : I '*-, lint Ii liol..oomp tei> .r P"Hent'apeot! most. :delightful eveningand ORANGE RIDGE "PEALl G8" ,
..J < fact par of Hats thslargest ;. n and hCrdauliteifrs., : '"
: J iT evr brought loath Jacksonville// ''' ::*>... .';.**. .". .- .:.... B\ Macdonald spending the week at, ; many:murmurs of regret were *. to the ,
? i, 4" + "'" -. -t. beard. when' nightfall overtook., 'the (Delayed la the .m.iLJ
4 : : MrsrHaden'a oo".of the
_ :: -; ._ :<. ; :. '_' '' ''' ; )/ :: ._: on_the bay to,visit at 1pleasntesthomes and;where-'players.. *-- "* Work is progressing: .finely'at the II *

rro ., : is : 'Mr. II.,W.Padgett and Lieut.1 'E. T... Ridge.. Adam Corell baa completed
:Our Out-oi-tow Trade one always sore O1-&bafty welcome
Miami
Store
., : Smith Drug
; de a flying. visit to SnakeCeekon'Tuesday the of his,five acre:
grubbing
1: .,; .... k' .." ....... -- .. '" '' Riven In tbicsrtiest. manner, by. grove,
e : :\:: -i'I.!: . the lady) of the boqse. <, : He will .l let. the land oi'Lt4r a party r

:{ : : :., ITe Inast thai you call 'ndexamine. ) ece' good before purchasing._ ; : : ; 'The"ladleSof the/Grove,,whose bus Messrs, DeBerry brother) are:'erecting gardening purposes this winter.., Tor rani vnarklint: Soda Water betCrll"bf'fl ,.,

\ '.,.. -J': :: .. 'Remember,:we. iarnte .,crerj: palr'of' Shoes.thatgoes ont of our:. 3' '" hands*,are:members of, the,;Btscayne dwelling on their tomato farm. Messrs. McDonald, and: Rellty.were Pure Drum rrnlt saa Ices Toilet Artlcks. ; 't

' : :. .' Jionse,and re-nail Holes and Heels,if tbeyrcome-r loose ;. ::" -: T ; Bay::Yacht Club, are planning for some : Mr. DeVon' baa -Ja t.purchased a out to the Ridge a few days since lookIng Fine line of ftutlooery, Clipira and ? '
: > *-: informal social gatherings winterto beiutiful Jersey.;cow:and,,jrillrnowdrink over their. fl 'property."They Tobarros.' Special aUenUon givento '. ,-
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:r .,1.. '. ,". We are tbe'cldestmerchaqisinMiami/and.hopetobold'oartrade; ; 'l -"- take place at:';the: club house 'with fresh,milk forbreakfastMr. /:: had a cash'offer for what the land and the. eoiapoaadlns- ,of 'mactipUons. '
l. ,; by handling only the best goods that are mad at lowest price eon, :. '. '
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and' cost them with ( .
the H'percent
wife grove ,
; Mrs.
Commodore's as hostess. :; Lester Granger came : : a
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The Housekeeper's. club is':having'a : MIAMI 'DRUG COIlekherii < .
'{";.. :,.;....;'We'baldliect.{,J"t" :. '-front. the' :m&UUflctoren.I'' ..... ;. '. - '', _'*" '.. '' fine'rock road made.up to the club house $Mrs: j;' :Wi. Johnson :waiquIetlypIayIngiome ? the natural borne of the orngei'I1rWA.Coo'k ' ., ', , '...... ' -
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: .-.g: !->DootforgettbC. pia.: ..-: :: : . '" door, and the mem.ben'ate- sacred':music'Sunday received lot of I .: 'f '
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and trees week t-1'.lj.b.r. : ; :. ;:: !
a lot of pleasant entertainments night, wheo'\suddenly Seminole: orange grapefruit Ago I .. '.
7 > ,the winter::-/ ::-' -,>.-*.;' P- Indian Y cheif,stepped i rrt: be/parlor.He SturdayjrouiDeLand. .-" < }; '.,..

r .JOHN WELL fe ,eD Miss Dolly Richardson's friends will was passing his'way: to':Miami, ,? ;MrWm.rThJof,11IamI had ni l.1 For Rent *>.'1f":1.: ; e

:' >.,,' .. be glad to bear'that she.is'.delighted wbenbis ear caught the"sound'"of.-:the young-grove at the Ridge thoroughly The River-View'Hotel,opposite ter ; -
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&:" >, ': : i. :V v :* < i - -. ', "" '. ..with. her school_at Cutler! !: J"t." -. music'and beseemed, to be'completely! fertilized and cultivated last week. 1 minal vtation, :containing( ::14%.large. '

:4< ,; : "'" . Hpiel ;'Bisoayne,;B ='Bi"i'1.t carried" away by,1$ and.couldn't :resist. f i-i}f!.:Robert 8aWy r'*.?tbtee Children"I rooms, beside kitchen;,' For.I informatioo -- .;.,
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