Title: The Miami metropolis
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00076100/00633
 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 28, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00633
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31626392
alephbibnum - 002075058
lccn - sn 96027198
lccn - sn 96027198
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Other version: Daily Miami metropolis
Other version: Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. : Daily)
Succeeded by: Weekly Miami metropolis

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h- Tor prices on? 'win Netting aad Poultry 8np- .' '..?o? ;, ; ; '
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.. A' 'numberothi Bough Riders of. ,' l '' ?i :' \
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z Muy ,Minor. MiscellueoM Miami ) Jschargedat medo.ii rat Jacksonville look' Miami this Wed-, t' "' 'J ,. ........... ,' ,. "' {::' !' .
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: - Mentioned. fesday* night. They each received {
,.., ,.'..a \14Y r '124 mileage tM ,ratibn monEy' $40 : \

If TBU wat* *'AIX tb.thus buy a trio*f a. thingmoneyandtheirealarieaupondischarge. : : L-i f \ :t
TfteSIIRPfflSEy gT.ORE mr WMU Leghornror priers addrtu.X. W. ', V // ". g < :
AmsdOh Oraumd..FU. .5-W-tI h ct Jtlai Jenpie:G6uidng! ,baa'i'resigned :1 .
.<<(1.'Fred J Blackburn: will preach aVtbeMethodist t position in'the:office-of. McGuire'AoDonald

Church South, .on 'Sunday' .( and. on'Wednesday! morn- :1 Gl
..: :: ., -' -- evening at 7 o'clock. : rOn Itig she:took the'train l foe: Jacksonvilletatacceptasimiiarpositiou : d
-: Wednesday Ed. King drew the ;witb.-.J. I. } i : rJI lmD. laDV! .

"iP *FOB y fine doub erbarrel breech-loading shotgun . Tnndx of that cif;.. ,.Tbe'glncere. 'good :

that waarafflled blJ'o"bo'DeBer17. wishes' *of many'f nends. ,accompany et, ; .. :. {
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c E. O: LaDle 'solicitor ,for Clocks pad i ,
Magnetic Matchless :and Marvelous 'traYeliog f The finest line of watches Yif' 1' .:: .. .. .
Chase &; Harney>bas gone to Key West J ewelery ever brought to South Floridat 1 1 <
*. -. >fit *' and -expects:, to be absent about/'ten H;T Whaler's jewelery'store in thefallopening'of ; keplea_ u re. In ; nnanncln. .g:to'tlteara's} -' --- :;"

.. days. VP: N. 'r : ., .
4roaclebnDdiol terOct.18. 2-i-tf. tomers
they u1111e 'that' '
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L4: ; p\*: 'Values that-will. carry i joy, and contentment to C. H. Bill>f 'Washington: ,' Ga.: has .Et Asrillbeieen. #by our advertising ."'" ; { !! t .
$1 T \ ;;:!;:' the T hearts;.oltheir:iiappy,reci p.ents... More POSI1 -* position returned to JLnthooy:MiamV.Brother taken's"shoe his old lumns the \'Ideal'Fillha've: rgriud ,only ty hah lna! ; UpJ' oat_e ,-M1111nen. {4Dade'ICounty' ,.. n. ... .

} '?1 _.. .. Live. bargains i :'are i:be'ogt o. realization.! ! : What 'we; ,store. aj ** '* T vi:y l and,millinery QoveltiesTon:French: pattern next.,,;Monday bats ; ,andtoa. :; convl nce' j ou'' tif" ': .::thlr. ..

jtj f ."';1'.... '. .say IS* 'truej\-wliatwedo\ ;; ".1S'legttJmate., and what .. W. C.;Cannons of Orange ,City"" il! and.Tuesday.October, 81, and NoVentberI . = ;fart.. .we;.In site oultol attend,.... our-; -. _ . .
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.,.E% ,, .," -, ... ; ." ..r'fil't"dt .. l in Miami a few day the first partX:i ; which time they will havegrand .. ,..--:.. ':-- ..,'3f'-' "If'p" ";';::h I :; .;'" '" ... :"" ... <,.
+ "'. I ". .'' we.pron1JSe..1S;. ....' ,,,,.- ... ,-,::;" :.",;; '; .# .... t 'A the week and'made' his rendeTOUSat&otel d :tti display. of. then-. :v goods.Oot* ;y. <,' -r., *
'. y; y" ,.,,.. .,, ..' i Conolly. A -/"" 1 a l> see.' ... ni. f. '
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""' ',;. :\ 1:. "'To. 0-:: / I, Mr.. Lindgren baa .ont'aViarge!. ;1' .t ber' numbe :df the' Florida &&rand iJllU rS Opell1llgif :
1 4 ,Below we' quote..a ievr.calamity killers for our number of lemon trees on'hia,place on EasiCoist,Homeaeeker- one 'of thebestifssues Ni
; ., : the corner of Avenue D and 2nd street, o f',that: eriodicaL .'It is :
? 'would.be and imitators match ,
t : competitors to on' '
for to r .
'; preparatory ( budding ,oranges lar : edited..,bye: E..V, Blackman .
-. Another neat, four-room.cottage'.'isbeingbuiUon4th I : des* of. great "Interestto;: the ., -... .. p y; ,.., '.. l Efi'meinber '
.street.j nst-westof' : _it' and I especially '.tci bade : .tt". O.: C t 3'.11 ila''n tL---Nov. .1/ I J .;f; f1.};

f( :: ) and Tuesday Avenue D, and also a'sm Jerk one; on Co tareeontaiioedbetwcen'iteeove ; ." !?r -:.. ,.... ....;..,.,", ." :"i. f.
WQ1a3L. ; the tame street: Just Mst of ATenue.' optel !can .be badSfree .byvad- .. "i j : c. 'i '
r '' 't'bi' ell' 'H:' 'iJnl"'aba t' oil::Oom:; ;, ., / : .. .. 1. .iII l'-
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( . ." :. :;. ... '. Goo4 brands of cigars at Arcade missioatSt:,Augustine- [ I- rsL-S' :jtr4t"li'i.: * r. 4' _
\ v'; co restaurant and fruit stand; fr-21-8m-fcl y *"'" *3'x'r: H-"lJHi :'PjT. *\ : ) -. J' ;th. ar o the )j enders Qf':, kU-'r: ....

;f; y.( g t QID'.31. :On Saturday night last' A;!T. Cuter ''Arcade"' Ice cream leatturant.find cakq':10cent.,.' ahdfruit.' stand.B t, the. ;EbW'. PH e s' an0for'theWeek( '; : 'be nt' '1l y .

of the Grove bad five litt1et-chickens ? : J; .. .....' J fy,. '" oa'II11Il. . .... ,. t14 .
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. --:' ;"",'. ,..A n' 'N' "b '98t chickens that waJin Hiaml. :;:fEat ''jem. : ;E..llainbleton;;kiwwn'" 'so j ltiD ... ;.;... :
't ...:.. : .):...: j ."Tem' Miamf;wBeTe be servedtwo' as
..' ,. .. .. -'J. W..GlIdewell'* ie )"uddloggrO years
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pedal ;of:the :Trsssaryduting -fO :
agent MOuda :
T -" : cery store and rest ana Arenne D OiOb1-:
.r '. '? V ,- '&*'; H >- : : : .. :, ,' . neartbe Mts'sororre': is nearing completion tbe'illibustering pertoo,; bat been heard aM-
. J f and will soon ijt ad3F for business. ;rimJHe writes a JODg'.U; :interest, .

&, : > 'DressSut Goo P par men .- f J Cyi*;'' *< >. in r.Jetter..f nr ljaatigal de;>:CobaJIeorJ.lntbbo7 ;;w ';"ej.i'> "w"h ',.. :::.r '7. i+.ILr,-,. ."..,.. .... .-.. -!.15..', .#.,..:1<.R -,1.!'" .-' -r." '-.
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McCormack' r Mr..7JBambletoq! : j ., ,.. ... ... 4'... "' : .J ; .' t:. '
; ,..' r. i.I : "' :--' .. ', 'J1." ,, ;>;';' .... ... . E.R. of,Coco not GrOTe erring j Inf toe" Costoais.,Department.tfe .! .."' r .. : . 'i J ,, +'t\. '-s..f. ', ,. +. .
''t/..*W ,,:" 10 plece.lmftOrtMI> ';Nonlt1lultiDp" ati$180 per yard-: . with' biff-son in Will Labrador,,basreturnedfromhis HadJon; ; >report(.
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>*' !- n' / .>M5- N"q'" L,; ISrM r-r': 41' 11.26',66'; , t j .. . .. ; destitution;Among. tbepeopleof: : I-. '<> -- '- ...t"c.. _. ",. -t .
I. r': \ 1 1" ; '. ; .. - ,;. Bar country and is,now -
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; > ;: ower classes \that be has >bad 'fever A. ;.r
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fe : \:.,S ss'i r ii ;>, g. >.,:'t'b'; PWfl .atljOO"C> ;.. v> jr -.f"'_ v, .., .'..' *. -.r, : j'CV twice;oneCattack;-beink yellow fev r. ... .' .''1.t.: ::zr.:}'.", Or :.to.... ..... .. ';i.... .. ''. -. ..-.. .T, .', ., .

.., "r- '\I ::1AteltDeal a Black Cre as at 1.00"r trd., '. ." 'I _v.. Prof. Fred Kann,now proprietor..of Ie.has been in;Santiago'.'since.August LOO:1THES: & ,;, ." ir.1-- '>
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14 V 'Bleb; Covert Cloths and Bicycle Suitings $1.25 per yard. '. ." .,.; ;. the well known,Campbell mush-boose ..lIt.t ; fi*- ' :' .' : .u." ... .i._
gt"';;- :.', ..ilt-yXr': Swell Prima Dob Suitings at 76o arid $1.00)() per yard: r ,.\., ,. of JacksoDTille,will be {* Miami la.!'a r,'B'B. Thompson, of"the U: 'fl:* Engfr, 6OO yards amosrieoiln: 'min ..
.. ) : ', ".: '", few days the:interest of, bi'>piano RUN
10 Plaid and Figured All Wo 1SaltlDki at. 85c ; neers' Department, of SU-; Augustine al1 the latest'(colors andj. pit- !

1fi. : u, ;--.JI."JBr0ea4IDeSalt1D.. ; at I8o per.yard:. ,; &-< ;' :,K :. ', __, business. : Y !!' ft" ,. : Vl"-: was in: the of the. .week,for terns.will * t-<. v.v. ,."A '...' .6c "j'.jU wholesale $ i ,,',,
:i lJii .w ..,'.. Pine.! .Victory, /xa reta.LlningeatDoc.. \ * ', -.. ?:.. t! "; .., I :Mrs. Ca meron,who liTes at:the north the eitl.tbelut the cannonat - .r"; .. : price by ;
,' -. j. "- single;one. "! G." .r << t'i \ . : end of Avenue Dris lyingterysick; the...fort:,to;some,central; point. 22 dozen LadiesCorsets.l- :; t all
: { :i .. r Silk b ilent. :' with bilious fever:sand;nervous pros Thus vanishes the last of'our defenses pizes! !, good Talue'at" 75c, bja sale 4Alargeauortment ..G.

: I : ; ear ... tration. Hopes of recovery;are,.enter against:the;. Spanish' navy":several r., It RSroo
.. \ ,,;;; oJ' '.'. :.,.T. : ..1."A'. .: .' ;; ::'.r." ...:... '" tained;fhoweter. ir)\;: y:o rI -".<< months,after the i vanishing Vof'that : of, beautiful

:.1::':' ..,.. ','Fine,. .Blrck Taffeta' Silks. at 76o per; yard: ,: if >* ; '!l' '. t: 'The:planiug mill sndxjnmbeii room spectralfeet.i We bate:?now ,.Jeft a Calicoes-O Indigo, Blue and Red..-all. American'tbebestbrabds pslLfur. .;.lawn Vc
.'' y .ColoredV u. -" ., K f 80o' '- .. air been 'in I ;
.. > : .. of,J A.cDoo.ldba now .monument, memory of our fears, '
: > > .Black Duchess Satin'at $L26 rd., 1>''\7'. \. ; '" moved :Its Iocat ion";rfoa- Avenue which.will tof Interest Remember tbej: wmL.
Jf < per ;; to new; : .be i ;; to .' .50 BOY SU'hia
continue ..
to .tH" -!
_: yo ; ,Blaek Groa Grdn Silkat>$1J6 per yard; > :..._ ? ,; '... Dane is now readVfor-i.the'manufacturing northern:tourIstsfor many years to . go t'.f: : .

\ :t<, ">';Black Figured Sniting Silks at $1.CO) per:yard.;: '.... : of lajnber/T' a>' ."' < ....\, ;"* comeVJ: .., ._'". *. __ '., 5,000 yard baatifui.8irkerleent! :,

,;., s !.. ; 18 pattern. Figured Waist Silks at 90o and $1.00 per yard.. . 'C.T. TRMcCrImmbn\came,:down from The: smiling face; Of Major Lovettwas ' 1n new pattrrnsand 8Hade9wJlI, -; ...,. 'v.'t. i.J.Ladies' .

; -' :* _. ,:!, ,,_,Complete" ,, ".!LineJPercallne.. I ....... 4.tlJJDt to,.match.t. .'.'. 'l., : "( ,)0 ," bis wood' and:tie ea.inp.north. of Palm noticed' ,on'onr streets Tuesday go at...;...,.. i..w ---!<<*.,;;;;!, 159 .,,lin': '!. anI'Cluldr l .'sSleos.. > :if._ ". .... j,.
\ \ Beach near St.Lucie.; last '
: the\ Wednes after, an: absence of ab ut''tbree: A ? 1 - -' "
* :;:: i )D9... $tiQ p'p rtm.l.t ': ;' : day'pightboek; "full of'Zndlan'. flyer months ':visiting. ;wIth, his; family at Beautiful BlacK $at.een..wltr:go, t Cheaperthan' ,,you *=ever %& ;
.. Hendersbnville at..i.. ,,.',,... .90 bougbU6em before.- : . ""*
.'ir'j" .. "I" '" '.:$ ',. oysters and good) cheeK t: \ \ Asheville and ,', N. 0. /0...-.ni.ki. ; t\ /. : T' w.- :
.fd '47 pieces"'cbe ke4SXmG-keog ling bats- at- 8ic Per yard.;, ',-'.-''-'. '. .: ':.' .;- Banahas'cheap at tbe'lrcade restaurant He also took a'trip to Baden, Ind. He ; : -" 1. :: :1 -}.- { -- -:, & :; '-*< 'f' .. .?' a&1>t ,
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':...:.;.. ;ftVV" J :FineBetlalandPercaleat 12cr .'_ .*t/ > .., .:': " ...,.-' and fruit stand; ,'//J. :fi-Sl.Sm-fci expects: to'.move;bisvfamily, soon. to ; t<...::.,/ ,- "" ', 'i .tr
f ?l 40J. -.:'"*-:American Bin Calicos,-PallStyles, at; 5c:", VW: ,...;::.,.;..;. ); .."'::\ H;E.'tPblnoeyitb ".biacksmtth:'wOOeDtl1' Jacksonville. dome" where<;they .will make Flooflullotiis; "'
.heir future .' The looking Lace Gurtais
r $16 '41 Figured Bed Calico at do per lard't'; t.j ,\4. ....f : : ; re located a":shop;on-Avenue D,' Major Mattings;
well and and,: that the ,
'i i ;. J *180 J ;" New Gating Flannel at lie. per yard.*\5>s*: jJ <:', 'i;" '. :h.i between 2d and 8d streets Js lyingqoite. hearty says (, ,; ,
!' ""18's fQnIltingpalico'< ,'. ' r, >v'r., ":.A; :'; T::;rho., .' ill of bilious diarrhoea'at:the home: had a Iargetime, while on,hi s. vacation' .' : .. *" .\AJBARQm.. "" : S :

'*,. "" :. .71 dozen American'Buck Toweli,4 forGo, . -/...: -::: : "; ., :' ', Mr.Lewis, on the. corner. "of'Avenue..D and" dot'doubt- him. : : : .. .r. = '". rl1 At.
.. ; ';.p 87 pieoea Fall Style Dress Ginghams at; 10 and 12jic per.yird.. \ ,;y:: and 2d streetsV" ; ' :Call and' iee at'eat"fmju.oementi ," .. ,\;-'.-.. .!' "<....0 "\.." 8"1, .f7.'IJ '-fJJ.
> \:. _,28 yards 4-!Unbleached Cotton for;LOO.:. .. '\ ..;.. ''''!.1? ..f.-i-'J ;AB l'E. McDonald of oj l''wu Jn 'thecity'Tnesdayi bicycles;80-inch wheels; at 's.523tiyc1.: -:; ... '. .' ..": -. ,,;, ". .r... .. ..'.$'a"P.. "
\: ....... ':e. ."< :G004CottoQt.'nIbfof'Ho.', ... ; : ::': ;! .;; .: : ; .He reports tbatitbefarmers .' ". ..':/' '-' ; A. .Beautiful.Litieo : '}1!:, ..1.-: t- :" i z ; ,! :, ,

!);; /-Ii ;1" "_' "4.4 Fruit Cotton for'1.oo.\ c. ". '.', '.,: /:' in)'that.section ';.re"bnttllog ; .'Joseph .XGaare: >" ";' ,.' :,"; ;- ,.,-- "'Y >:'f. l't: :; : ::.:. '
3 l ,aged 88f; of Three : ;
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,.:,< r 24 dozen run LlDenTowell: b.for 25c. 4 '
't ... : : their tomato'aneggplaDt, crop;and I ;
t\ .\ "'" : s forks.- British, ,.Columbia,: came toFlorida
? .FulUited-Pillow.Ca
,, ,25 perpairX. ... p.( Jzt;; :
.- that the for
". prospects are bright a good
t.! ..'..tf-' -:.,, ...t*Ji'dcie1iFQIJ.Slud8beete'atHcperpalr; .. : :,,: ,Jt. ,t,, ,:' . yield! I in that.vicifaity..: -\. -> s,', be ltb;andlon about two.theMIth months of ago last for month, his "'-.' J J"- WrappersCEAP .. .. --...
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Table Felt Silence Wcr .
ptecee at :
:;\.. ::. ;'",';<' .'.... !. 4, .,..,. _'Goo(404och Curtain Scrim at eo. ,per. t.rd.yard, t. .-..: .......-ft.ter.$ ;{ ; .. C.G;Featherlj''arrived on the,Algonquln -: registered at_ the:Carey: House'at ; : .] Jw .,
\ .La4Jei' .Underveus,f for 2bo .' :: ; '" L from'New York and will here Lemon City. Afterbeing there about .
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after be associated with W.M.Featber- two' weeta_ be taken suddenly ; ; ,
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of anel recebed > "
to. ...r'Big; Lot Blankete omtortt JUI' )' ;JZt. :: 'J< '
; '; ..... f ly ia the publication .the .MJCTBOPO-;: worse,'and :on." t -the!22d, ,. ".
+f.o.'i; ,i.t /', : ,: t"Y": :: '.{Jr5; ;; .f"t .'- died of 'wereimme; This.sale'. will continue for; the week, so.in case you<< hn't i:come;; &*?J-. '.
> iFeatherly's family.will ?
rte : dropsy Telegrams
J. .:: ;t:J1 >> e.; r s g Goofls J:" ::'.. 'do.wo'later> 'in the winter.; vMessrs. : .; diately sent to'his relatives and to thg on Monday' COME ,WHEN: YOU; CAN;Vnd:wev will"sayeL? 'f**!.. 44r. *'
( money.but.: you must remember that _ifieBrstcomegets. '
. :: ::Dlckerson( A Belden are conetantlywaking.rimn Knights of Laber lodge /that place, you. : ; -; ,,'
'i.' \ . '1. ._ -" . _- rovements around of which':be;;was'a- member;but up to the plck.of the bargains.rfEi.. _': ;;, fzV sS :
,- .> I:"'. '.:We:cballengethe'State: for our lineisiwith m rte t : ; r ,.. their Dur.etlee.&od little#:home on'/ftstreet. Wednesday'afternoon no ?_replfbad; .' -" o :, ,, t; ... -;.5fi = :I.4t.;.

r i::;\. ..; ... 'cesthat; reveal.the'.l1ostglon ;savings i g, r? tro teal'4ndenb.tropiealplantsalof.;{'-Tfieybarea; nice,:variety: :Of been the meantime received;had ant been; bis body embalmed, whtcb;was in "( ,.- "E' ;-f I' "n'E: A'"Lr- ,J; "

/ iJ/ ,',./r.: : ':tj i ;. ,;:. .' '."V'I :. . 4,: ;>. which are in thrifty cofaditlon.-; ;-'jf, burled in .tb ."city:cemetery ;at this \ 'f ; : . , :; 3 ":
order trees iilace,1 Bevl C. Fred'BF ckburn'officiat .. : .: ';_ .: ._ "
In tA'reduce'myetock''ot r- ... .__ '
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il i'n ing. :Abont140 found his '
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4 T .If.:; Squats t a68.If0.608.00 cud9.00 each. before' ,fertilizing, -next among
-. '. >' Jl-'''''_r..,W.BUGS-AU'kiD4IotRu 'fmm ti0o to $6.00.each.,' .. ''' fs;;< -.' ., .. month, I will sell choice my pf-grapefruit nonerJ effects, a part, of which ,was used< todefray 12th Street.opposite'Hotel) ; i

;, ;,, :: .:.:.-s n TtDle Covers tt 980 tl" aDd P.10eac :".; <: ...... ,--'..';:.;;: !:fir. : . .. orange,;Persian.'-limes,'and'.lemons 'aSO .his funeral. !. ..expenses .
'- t :;- .:. BtI'JlattloC"l8caodta. r.rcI'i':" .t'j f table' : .
'Ctntj.eacb;,:;Dancyf Tangerines;a t Sepetate'- for ladies at the

t{ t f lf :; : -.1 : -' : : ,"' . ::4: q ,: ;:: i1 t : ,: 60 center' "This offer is good for.80 day ''Arcade\rest&urant'' fruit:stand-L : ; <

,, ,, : _. :. ) ; ,, only.'. ;llB* ..-.DaVls;'Cocoanut. "Grovel_. ;. c' ;;;, 5-214m.fcl'i 'O1JTII'IQSHOE: : t 'J t
rJ't. : '!.. '1;> \" I .' .. ', .' .. \, '-; ,;:":;:-, Florida ;"}' .z < s ,L9..L9t'W'I cl' ,The residents of. thenort6Ands; : fof ,

',J :.:: : i 17. .'_ -< ." $ .. .< .:d" : i) ':''- ;,._, ;; ...,\ ;'i> j i':R y.:,o.! ,W:$mltb'of'Montezuma: ;,N;I Avenue: _D, In'the,neighborhood<<:,of''1st :;,:Y.Men's :.: :, :.,
f .Is'vr11at6w eP lnakciiIf.: oti want to=,hdd.to' O.I ''.has-been: ,'.appointed pastor of ,the to S3 streets,complain bitterly of, the ; .
Nortbern-.Metbodiat.:Church,andwillpreach noise and carousing of the negroes who Tan. Jlor 'ebtde.Golf at.2$4OQ' i ,
z. I : .Me. .. : ; :
&. Its COIIIfOrtSlSlt'Th .
::4 } ; bis introductory sermon to that frequent the dance ball at North Miami. .. .,_ ,
,congregation- on nest Sunday morning:,: They ult": is'.next: "i'to,impossible to ; -u. nt.1te "Canvas': -i" Welt"J""": RiikSolValfer ,3.50" .-:1V

;'A: ,new"; fence: i is:'being'built;'op the sleep at night on account{;of.:the:loud : < \ ... !' : .t.. '' ': .if t
north side of the terminal track I and 'TDl language, used.tbr.*these . 1fat. < '
; opposite : /.u. Wni' "
Surprise Store the depot.1s; across the:;track at menwhfle' iug.thebowes5of: : the ''If: ' ",- .,, ,"'" -: ativas.-1' Yacbtinrt:i/O.. ". -:i1'.t.. .. 1.50"" ,_ :,. . 1 ... "
the west and east end of the platform, people.residing in this neighborhood;: ; '.f;;-' ;" ',r-.r ""1: ,,. '" :l "':- t-
thus enclosing the trains aDd evening and frequently:':;careless.shooting'is I '- & .. chew soltsat'. :;BO A ,
t 13 f2.i the danger of. ldeDtI.AU .:" -../ 5 '* '- .indulged in" by::these j:rowdies,";and?a i .,' - -- -*- ir-- *" '; ;; <; . :. '" :: \.
kinds of cooldrinks 'fountain few night+*ago old Uncle:Bob's Ian unoffending ;1 .cleCon!_ : 1ta1 t:'at =' > -, 2 CO! :, ';' J .n::.
at our .
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struck '
: citizen) bouse was by ,', .: ". ';: \" .
,the Arcade 'and j
at= restaurant
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7t a ballet.The :people, In:that neigh \ -l'sw:: tse.; r,4 ,
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Monday p.F s y1 rrutts-tsndi'" : wi-Sm-fcl: borbood recognize that the city autborites -. .- !- 1'1.,. , N. .... En -. . ...' ...rr."";. ;..... _.
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< S ,'On 8undsy. evening at the Presbyterian bate no jurisdiction' north.-of*-1st .n' :> -' - J.50 '" T
pavilion,there w\U\ :be a IODg service street;. but.feel that' such':rowdyism; ... : ; 'I' :>_,.. .-. : < ? -

YOctober' 31 and 3fovemberl. conducted by,Dr. GillespieEnloe, should be abated by:,the city; marshal u 'tt., II; KangarooGairSat; < 2% ,.; T >< -1
tot, hlcb'll, are cordially Invited Services when going on inside of the city limits;' <

1 .will begin ot 7.80 sharp.. .Quartet :iW*are told that a movement is alreadyon \ Ladies Golf] Boots; ; .at gtp) >.:
a and ore' "tramnalo.;,; '*%? -. foot for the residents of that neighborhood ",, r .r

5 J.W.ESTES, 'flkrsVPearl Marx and MUsesiMabI: to take steps toprotect; them : t "f. ,, ?7;; an *v- 3p Pf i
Leila Woodwortb.. r.'J'tcbOafiJIetug selveslftbe'city"authorttfea-: : Jt'N :

c. L. X AN i S '. t Proprietor ,, ten; of Ji"F., 4oodwortb'areMitingtbelrfather soon-put a stop to,it.; TKPeaches5are ": ",. \:, ... ....... :;I BR0Sc.itj:,
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,; .Mr.;Woodwort .- :; ';m Deaatifulifrult,'and\ "' ... -....."" ... -. 4' t...,..;,_, ," '. ';. ..... -'!' "' ''''''::1' .

hailed one of the cottages:-oo14t:; those'ate the)!Arcade; nstauraft'- aDdHudare"peciaIlllO."Tr1tbem ;. ; ::':' /I',,;: : !''r ; i: . ;. ;::; : t'
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steeitwhere be ,Jionse wit .
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tbrefjal! lt.knowledge"upon Uihraln .: ; : :> tvsH ." :' : : .-\t '
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:Th YuniirMefrbpO1 : Ject at the prnent time! It_cannot do Uhdertaking: .- 4; ., .l ..
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so and kt@lpgooo!, faith. It cannot tell ,1.f'" x. f '. ., ,. V'f '..,. q--<, ,.......

. J I'I'BLlMJUn "rBikyiit any great'lmoun! about the knowledge 1 I" I I c.; I&.Ic'.. 1 V'"If.F )\
.J1; n f ) Pub1iiing! Company, it hart concerning the drainageof '. i -' .. :" :
the Everglades for the name reason. "

,":(". MIAMI.. ........DADE..... CflfY.. ..FU. >"RII"' ..>...A.tnOt -. .-... The time is not ripe for widespread Embalming :. ,1__ Matting: :< ,,:,: --p <_L;.:..: "co'
information either ot; these sub .. "
1 ;Tb S< n L,: m.lul.Joftb1IJktl State* *i .the jects. li . : :t :. ::: : du,

L .-"," ..,Jaot _ouilcm. ....____ v ruilwHjr, "..... ""'h'nnloal.v. ----- Let us add conclusion that if there : :" & {" '- ,. 'I :" Y7'

-: ;gntd In- the 'n.dtitUec lit MUmi, Florida' are any grumblers still here, and there : J

%&; -::" w .1"CJII.'Ond.t'l.IIII matter. are, that iLls- time for them to play a Baby Carriag' ) j Croqker ) ;:: .

,: j:. Subscription Rates.. different key. If they cannot see y '." .. '
- -One ysr .: :::::::::::: through a ladder and are bound to jq.t __ "I "T 7 8txumnh ,:, .:: .:::::. .. : l.W I ':f t -...:\- -
it is time their .. ; .
rhDe ing In 'trAUill recelte a yeil grumble, they expended .I - . # Pr<, ..v"i
puLi.crlp4h.It: .,t ;1..*), fciitt six month Hi ubi surplus wind in some other quarter or "
-i "acri"h' t."r 1,...Vt>l.. TbU It nber*l (dIetuiiuii. i ioe fir 1{ Window : Shades; ::' 1t.
.to .r'neut", the globe. 'l&'
......., strlt't1.t1vaU't.. ' . . ... Refrigerators .-Kar. _
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; -' Advertisine Rates Tug Spanish officials, listening to ,' ., -r...--., .. '- : .\1. r f'

t JINfltK coxx.' OSKLOXK WK-' MO. THBRK M0$..: MOS.SIX O.tKYKAK.: I the tinkling brass and sundry cymbalsof \: i. <'', 11 ''; : .,. i', 'tt ;--1 1 -,p.. __
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;::1 iuti-. ;* J i_' f a I.' * w 6 W 1(1 IW yellow journals are disposed! to )r7- wC- t r r. ; :c-, '"..: _. _

:4-44. ; ,tit-iwheI ilM'ht't; 'i Ill<"})' '<3* 40<&. 8w'600'" J 0'ou roll 2'OO 18 W think that the United States has a Gasoline Stoves It >at3TOITBE z/- .3.--.. CT x ; : :. RUGSBut . :.t-\+.f'" .: '.:- j{ .

: : 01> 5TO10 > MWoo > I deadly fear Spanish warrio'rs. and it .' .. .
:? ; ,.-S hi (t"t'OI; ) eno urn siw55ft S50t / ," VJHflCHAP. WHO.BROtJaHT TUB BOBBIES DOWN ..:....,.- -t.,' "';-0/ . -.-. ''''''fi.f' -j
'jI.'t-'ff: 6hlIw4'Q, 8UO IHMI 2-4 00 4200 i is within the range of possiblities that ON ;.WE UNa.. A1w Your $. c .-..: 'I!t" -L 1'.; ;;:; _
? 9 00 16 01. a 00 48 Ils1' / ... : ..; .;
.f IDChl."S & 00 I .". -!! .
they make another stand at i. : _
MOO may arms .
... tiwhes.... woo 18 Oil 50 tll ;
'-, > Iudie* 00 It OU 't:' ;1 00 60 DOMM In Cuba before they evacuate In the /3 iXFD f ivrr :> f ''''.,: { -
-yr- tOIa-04t'oI) lou I00 ? ( ) "> : .t ., s . .
4nii 8 tt 13 W 2< 00 3J ODSSO. ': 00UIneb4 event that the United States determines : a ) :; -Z..
ou 'ZS 00 I ;r . _
".- li 00 26 (}| <: 00 sa 00 to drive the Spaniards from the .. :if ( I: :t..'".
.4q-4fl.' :i4 IS Il'bes.00 1ncbee.Inrheii10: : u'Ul -.17 16 1400 00 00 22 30! 00 00 :%: :00 00 WOO 9600l. [ Phillipines and refuses to pay or assume I ? chap that brought in lots of FURNITURE by thfe t' .,; : '

,r,;:t sa inches.. TO5J; 19! 00 :w 00 M 00 .} 00 I responsibility for the Quban debt.

.. ; -il lnch* ;. 11W aW 00 3800 01) 6000 7 00 1(600 11300 Let -i it. corned The United States ,in amrth '
; .J81nrt>e$* 11W 2100 carload so ,. people won't have to : further for anything ;
QIJ6 11800 go -
I* 22 00 40011
!i. 19 luebea12 the event of again resorting to .
arm.wooTd'drJe'Spain .
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.. ;..20 in.1l cot) It 6) :23(* 4': 00. 1 ,"- '.'. --
.Ije&1 .rwuHouwotlopg, wni. |>*r line. from every islandof "" :
,Xo deviation. from tliese rat**. the they want/in line. Call or \write. k 4-/ U'IL1' :
g: Atlantic, Pacific and the MedIterranean my ; i '

Sea and woujd levy tribute : :4J i.. f f.j.. ; :1.': :" : ....
; 1898.rABTpraEjmDRE. ;
HUMl, FLORID A. OCTOBER 2S. from the peninsular I itself. JSampson .; : : ' ....., ''ii.. : ,

( \ :- and Clark standing off Cadiz with a EDWIN NELSON : :

:* :: ; : good fleet would bring these"manana' : ( : J'Il2h.UM

:11 ; ; ls i future? Surelyittbere'arV'thosefhere y : < _
: 'l 'niiat: ; jyainl's fellows to an accounting at a rapid ; : _

r. who are stilljpusdto.eond&rnuit pace.. , ; ,, \/1I'.1IUI: : ; .
.. i... ; ( should 1 t -* .. / ..- ." -". J. : -_. .. ,T., ..., f...... .. # ."'.- [
'; : they --,.-- 7 . -.... .. ". r'r.-.-. .. ,: ; -
; tbe'ffrit train, if they bate KKOLANP and France seem to be upon 1= 'or
_; -j t leave on:; ( .
'money'to: .go. with* Those who areaLitib'oonyineed --th .r gged edge of ,war. The navies vantage claim yon of must location move entitles on the you National tola)' The Election . : As Miami. >Was :..ln.ilf89't3'7i' '
; that Miami- will of both countries are being fitted Capitol in solid phalanx with praYt'nand off On quietly Mondayth'eit7.electi there being no oppositionto passed ", fC.f
1 - baiiack. number in a few action and the armies''brought to petitions for an appropriation for C -
I'i' jnbt ; years the Citizen's Ticket. The counting .:" -

.- mint The writer impending grew out of what England not bring )'ocean-going: ships, nor result, zi.: z -,
'': futuie''. bange,of :
that much-to-be-do-
_,; ,&, :baa-tieyerbad'but one opinion as..to"tbe 'alleges.Is.an attempt 'on the part of sired yet make naval Miami rendesvous, which must! of FOB JU TO..' Yotes.- ,. P'f ,_ : -c a,. -. y'vcY ---

'.. -e- ultimate'..future of Miami. Hek France to interfere.in her 'possessions necessity be soon' established on our John ;B. licilly.. .. .. ... .. ,.:.. 124 1 *_ Lc-'L P,3. .. 1? '4a'2
i 'pnue4bi faIth, to the' masthead' in Africa 'upon. the Nile. England southern waters.. The Miami of to- FOB ..eLDZIMZN.John : 4..' .--A. \ - J -
*: ; October2wbeiibeflrt proposes 'to have an uninterruptedwater day is a picturesque dream, but with a S. Frederick...*.f.:.. 118 .-
; y three;"years: ago'this month of future bountiful in material.po5slblU- F. W. Hahn._.....-....t..t.. ...... 108 : -
b's b J'-
.skw: Miami. We had way along the Nile' .to its source, ties. With natnre and Henry M,-Flag- T.;N. (t! utler,,,'.. .... . ......:. 107 .

_: '" fiTev r--tb ard ,of,*.It. ,bef re. Wejcomr."menced''to while France lays claim to a portionof ler working in union for Miami, her ,rOB CUJt __ .i.e't.

\,'.. : think about it. Became the territory. War may eventuate. future seems assured." f B. M. ,Smith......-..;.. ... ... .110 jjw: -

_ i..t" If will end with Anglo Saxon 4 "IV' TOR UAKSHAL. .
cdnvince&that'Jt.held the key to the supremacy YiF.'Gray.s....... ..'.... ,.-.,.... 120 : ;
Inshoitiorm. Where Is He? __ : ____ ____ _____ ___ _
: tbesCarfibean Sea and South f.; -
'i!' Islea; Jach. Mooney... >.../...':..*.-.- I' .e.3 ..
; America..: ,y '.dld' not, attempt .to h 1\ ;- LIMOK CiTT, Oct. 26, 1898., ,- FOB TSaU UBEJI. _ '.4k. _

::: i' *OlVe'be;; : Details\ the whens, the THK. army of the United :States tookpossess EDITOR ilxnorout: | harles'II. Garthside ..'..;....... 115 ..- .. ,- t .-- _-. .
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; A. light vote, was polled, there .uI .' .
of very -
of I -
tbe hows. Sufficient! it, wast6.studylhequestion !J9n BicoTuesday Can tell a considerable number .t
'; ( J"i ; yon .
," 172 ballots cast 49 of which
: L in(the abstract. last week'itf due, form and according of the. old residents of this section being only : .
: -i\" ; were thrown out' on account not
.\ ,.&cting 'on .that conviction. .we broltej to i previously' arranged. '"programme. where down .tbroug"ere the newspaper, about man is four wbo lean was being properly marked. .
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.. j .home .jind buslnea!' 2,800 miles Gen:Fred Grant. will; have .command ago, .we ,think three years ago blast :,. .-:4: . .' .,

/J.* !. w y and brought a Dew' pper 'plant over the!!division. X, San Juan. _The spring or summer, and took pay .in,advance :MorIotThem.-I ( -'

'. : ..' 'as.far:' towarda.tMiaini 'as 'a 77 tb New,York had the honor of first from a number of subscribers fora 'DITBOIT: MioH.j6ct The above is of taken a"p
., at Palm : 21, 98. cut a reproduction ajpbotograph by E.Hams, ,
be was to West
.. ouid.briug'it;;! before; the flrst'bouseIhadbeinijbutltwhen placing! t otiiponthe' soil.of San Juan. Beach paper, but who never sent a copy to Tot e Editor- th. UxTBorous: photographer, who was in Miami two yearft-,ago, and-paid for by the writer" -"

;". .{ / ; ; we expected to ,city. ,i'he'cityjs: now.. 'garrisoned:! by any of his paid-up,subscribers Please"[send". me sample copy of your of this.' It represents alltbert, wa* of M iami onf that date,two years and seven: ...,
I"t ./ba\e to set"Up"presseft.Bd"type under bar trojops:'while the 'Spaniards have, j A SUBSCRIBER. paper. I desire to know more of '
: Southern. Florida am:thinking of settling months since. .The scene, represent* Avenue-D, from the railroad Crossing'to -
: 4 : W&Lbenactedon blind faith been removed to one of the forts near does )ikeJto.tk ;
;:. canyas<; tbe' > '' [The MiTBOrous there, buying land and going into the river, with what therfe waa'then.bf the HOtel Miami on the left in tbd _
.V' s"ttmight! 'be;:;Jerroed.' i'hreCyesrsT,, city. ;Thus another star is added asked bard questions. 'This is a. bard fruits vegetables and poultry: '

2JT :'atir, .-howfbri,; hty.ls: ;'the future. of to the,dia4erNeitcomes,Luzon: 'I one. There are four newspapers In the Yours twily,*. foreground The writer stands,'tenis akluibo, in"theTforeground on the right '

_ ;,.-V '1 'J/ .. \VJ. G. Cox.}[. Disocvwll&vixMicn.OcL2o on the lot now occupied by the office of thw'paperv Keep this as a souvenir of
E.1 If%,.vMiaiaiL JCo; :city i Jn, this .Southland. , .' :Hl .1.1 ""- J. ? county!!*. There's BrojMetcalf! of-,the . "
,- -' eoltrighC! 'a.one We.do not-think. .... "'rBB .Galled 'Jadlt Winces" We Tropical_ Sun; he.hat been In thefleitl : ;'98. Miami. r .
r :too'mutb'. to optimism notice l that does 'because "she it wasn't'' him. v i. .\ t
: twe..r 'given '- f \ 'say seven years; surely TotbeZdttotOrth.iftTOPOU": _i
::"'iff when;:we--state;:that Mtamfwill: be'f a so;-:toot i in so fmany' words,' of:coursebutVactlons ; There's B'ro..JJObe.Dean, of the News; Please send me a sample copy of you

::>< in r ''t ,cU1 -thenhzidecide; ; t> ; sometimes speak louder. he came, to,us'two years ago; surely it paper..'Would say I am a fruit grower

:)t.h't. .that ,by the. : nsu8OflAI0'"d.; "p aitJf.t1 than:words.. ; :It,seems ::queer:' that 'the was not him.. 'Then' here' is' the MeTKOPOLIS here ,(peaches);'_no:are trouble almost to raise ,
but Always '
: ti; 1U :bye??- '0> 0j rr.;six :figures: MKTBOFOIJS, can' n6t laydown" tbe ;,"as 'It ..is' not .to atari- 'at low big;crop and,the worst prices of all, the long cold wiBuille: &s011111 .l! : ':

: t-w, would' a.', 'J.bls. ;on'ly by laying 'coarse It,'proposes 't f pursue ,without' WeitFalniBea1 and'is only 'a )littleover winters.: .You may hear from:rmeand :...::

';. :,' r4;_;, thi.t-kms, numb r,."of' 'figure'. will. be .others.: ,,,feeling. that. this l paper :insinuates > two,years old;:of course it\was others-. in*the Yours near future. ,. f'".' :

.;\ Ui-LI3eeSMrf: : .tOi'express. the .number. :ofhelEvergladeijVtt that they are' to pqxsue'tb ,oppo- not''at-" all-' onnected with it. :Then : ', respectfully. ClU SHIBLKT.. '.
J i tbe.lcbe.to: drain site'coursev:, But such'it is' be. there is Bro. Gardner (last but not :
:, .nkil> . .to ..enaiXHsenaM : : e'f'
s: : - I *' t -_ '
: ,.abandoned. ,.*n.d tly :/ I least, ). : (Sonny 'Land, only a ew- Have just receivea\a most elegant line of:
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g .. AB&iaIufor8nbscTibers. L
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:.I ; : ";there 1no, prospect .of ;this_at the I _. I ____' mor tbs old\:not him surely* If there v:. .-' .. '" I., r" '' : "*
(' time" : The:" is .c PTA rt.rOHN'JL\VEum: ; : ever'Twas"any: otherpaper. :at,:Pafm -Any.'subscriber to the MKTBOPOUS, "a-4$ i m
:>, ?present' .: wrong tower H. f, '.. : or any person wishing' Subscribe;' i? ,
'. 1" beblud i the:tbrone.to}Jet J jt, ;'fiash)nth t... east'COM- and ?" I .busiitI 'o f Beach it was before vthe'writer's: time who :pa)'..one. year in 'advance;wil SHOES si "' "'' *H iv* T"- . >:|

_':!t-:1". 1 p&n..f, The ,.drainage of, $OO,000 - - ." -MUmi. :. : in the county' 'and we cao'offer rio'.OK receive Mrraopous' : and the Tri "* ? '"' r- jC "' *-"*"" f *fc1j" "* ']

:: < r o.'the!Everglades. and' ',theplanttbisterritory :- The 'HitTftorous:
:. Y4 f.Jog.of': ; ;: to 8uearcaneter ;;: the estimate of so prominent, a' citizen wi111oorsonalJynowdoiflgbusinessIn all'..the newspapermen; over $2.00.pay: ()up;.'Subscribers all. arrearages and arrears one year in Consisting of-Wt-L. Douglass1 Gent .$3'QPtiS: te-r

i'\1 So *. ..- : jtfa' *hel .necessarily' accomantin Florida! .II'Capt.';John HvWel.hmfeht 'the advance;;at the rate::of $1.00. per year ,JJC < r | 1 and $! 00 1T1 Jates and *aTInTQi l* *'*'*** *
_:' -{ :D. "*,Interests which must"follow, entertain as to the\: >resent .an- county he might hit the;manin I,that and 60 cents for theTrI-W klJ'World 4v v wV/ *U4 styles- "OUJ\JA O*- -- *

'.rf. f lie to,Miami' :alone,a population 'pe; .!I e' and future.'pzosp ctIyeii ,vv ann '@t.back? his"rittIe dollar and in addition. ..Subscribers! "' already paid Plant & Mark'k ta ies' S150 toii.OO. "-Thesej: '

':; %; f/omh400,06o7/ IThis,.Is"_;strong, language p >rtance: of. Miami l /might;be, called ,; naif- orftrade:it, out w"well 8111 pay iol1t.danee.one.year further tor\tb )lKTJIoPoul advance at $1.50 who are unexcelled fprVBtyle fit.and. ser.vice. *. Oupt: : : ; :

:' :f \< ,. Make,:a' .note.of what. We;.say that gentleman 'into the .sanctum' 'yesi ,: might the.other sufferers, frQ.g,'.. '.Lemou,. I per:.year,. with an. additional 60 cents , ,

'. : "arid'call- on 'us; 'InH9lb. and: ..compare.firesnU . 'terdayaudto our'inquiries utohowhewasIrnpresiedwIthi :; ! 7.--ED..; )..,"- ..' .;:'I for the! Tri-Week.lJ.World'will" receivethat"paper'for Stock Of : , -;' $.;! 'fi., ; ""J''
: :
.. : : bur city,' :'are I': iT .'. '. I : ', : _one year and receive : L" r.I: ; :
: : wev credit the MzmoPoDsThe .
'1' ""L,LOOk.at.lIiaQii'.Joca; '; n, upon, the pleAsed to quote Capt.. ;.:, Welsh. .a.l.t4l-,k '<'.The. Lat' .. .Legislative! < "Vote, ;. <. Tri-Weekly proper )World on is-about equal to a Children's ShoesL j'C f :% ': '

'._1 : !f map :Take a. map*of;the Vn1tedStates: lows? _' _' I 'For' ,the* 'InformatioD'ot.the ''voters'J god: daily;, abd ,only, costs by this . '

4jF\' a jnap/of Jforth. jirid8obth! America, ; :"Readers of a 'Tripto theMobn- !and who have moved into this county'since"be arrangement 60 cents a year-on: -half' t [:S '

-:,:'fu.'i-1 and see 't bere:>we' '.are.< At .the.'mostSoijihe.rn 'Twenty.Thousand Leagues Under the last state election:we give below asummaryof "the price' !v bf" a metropolitan' weekly" 1 Is ,all that could 1 "t desired._ ? Ui1l_ ;,:& Q r en'sW; . .
: Sea..wIlUlnd much that surprising\ :the vote' ofDade'eountj, .... -; :j"j. j 'i - : ;
'S"f, 'pbintj'in; the. United' States i ir' ;, I ;
!' if not bordering on the ;miraculous two years ago for ,Representative. If 'like tbe'MiTBOPOLis;the way Little Gianl School .Shoes ,:tare 'absolutely-: Eoj\
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4ceAsibIeTb'i) sail'taltuated-upon'; a : Legislature:it .
t4- a town of the famous East; Coast;not / c V see it.to-day,'send us ,'Imfor a ;
,.:l sgnl.t.'I" -locked, ,where_ the least of which is the Magic QJty on I frectnc't'lfo..l--SJ"t. LucTej.?' f year you in advance;-or we.will send it ,to i, ,toughest weareys ,fCflhl. .the. most .stylili!!' >.in n' 1tti. ;':J ',? ;
;; ;,1(he;: worst.. .hurricane.cannot J 'damage your beautiful and expansive Biscayne I }[aedonaldDemeiy., .. ; ,;; :9 ,, you for$2.00,per year::payable during i that. J have :'.been:-;'ableto ::; ,. '
bordered by a wilderness of -I Potter >;', ... .:: .- .". .- ,15 '' appeatnce! ,we: ; :_ever ;l t.; : \
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__ grandeur and crowned by"Flagler's :Precinct-No.2-iLake WorthMacdonald..f :- .. ,, buy '' ; '
: 't:t ,PoD *Jiarpor which i :.before'!five. years' greatest: wonder .theBoyal Palmr ; l'- ...;.........-. .. ., ::62 ''. < ', I "T'" --'r' i ,,- -.\\ .' ::1j--: . ':; .f : ; ;. ,
'- fOiliiUUOdWIII: baeadepthtoaceom- veritable',Garden 'of ,Eden : "which ...X .. {.'. ".. Legal Notice :
'i\'ff':\ ; Potter. ; s; ;u; T.v.H : 169 '-
:'; -a 4nOdIfe.: be: Deepest,'draogbtfessels. touched by the creative wand of brain. Precinct No S.;-Lemon .City::> J., :!t.CrtcvnfCoBafoV ma SITMIH JCDiCnicurt M ;! : : ; : )- ,

: : hook-:to,the;south'j.and, to;'the. Acoth- and unlimited wealth, most,.in the nAture ",Macdonald. .i' ..?>.4 !.;'...:_;."...44:: ; 'or'fXo' i6Ati':in0'roa DanA. I 0 kf'aSp.: eci Uy'i"j. : j

: things; an'imponaDtpan ,..Potter.-.u ....4...;:... :'. .;. 169...' :coum; 18 CaxwcKKt, A!Jf isgsEuzimK3.ooUX : :. :
asVaodjtotheeasL What do .. :
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'n the development .Florida,and in Precinct No4-CocoanuGrove r- "'" .:: ,1 : : '\1- :: : i :
-'.}.$ ii ip6ri' rnspTbericbesL: <<; ;. 'isles I ;of he; future relations of! the' "-so-called ,f" Macdonal4i,..i. :.. ....tij.i'X'M" : 1 1- -widow} "l'o f lonreofJortnce'S M' custbra-jniade: -f Shoes** fc't' which >< **j : '

t'.,, : i : ,4ld1) J/ ocean: only) :waiting! ,' '|o ,usher, New World with our sister.;republics ,Pottet'. ...... ..: ;, .....; .;,.' ifl. lisur va; ; ,J'T j ,OnJ ro' Publication.' Offhighclass! : ; J i- J;

i., 4irouglrourdooritbeIr.i !. tropical. of South and/Central : merJca.. The PrecInctN&5-Jupiter: > :r. : ?' . -pplkat1onof- iuQf>etJ : Moor .
We South surprise of the East Coast howeyer, is 'Macdonald,.;r% : i -: ? : ;i j *
-.i-- Ji.: ij. | reductions., : :.see t melea. the modern Monte Christo 'whose-rare Pott r...:*.t.,,n..u >i..vVfe. 83 'froia- tha affidavit of Walter 8. Gr.- .f :? ,. '- : ,')'"f ; r-'tiJ\: ;
fii1es ,' & ppetrlng: I $t ,.. .. :.; ,'. ,? ... , .. : ,
hnndreds-? nearer 'to ami : : .. t .
;: : : \,4y, : ( : : : business: discernment lavish expenditum Precinct-No": 7-Miamil.. :,f5': > hamon; of the a&tomeJa.or .iaItZ1fzs- :" "."". '" :. .... ) "'''''''...' ;: .74
:' zr;j Jam! than;-:to i any"other/'railway terjminafln have, transformed this recent .Macdonald.;**:&.i..-?*; \.i\i: '12* et1t"J.lloore;''complainant: ;that'tha'dJ ,- :: iji s : 3f'l -
!,. ; theJUnitedStates" ;: w"seein!- terra :incognita into,; a wondrous Potter, .!.... ..vr. -..-.--;-.-. .:.-:-.;,....,, '69;:** iendani.B:; StitM'ii m Doo-resideutol the '_', We. have a niostiplendidjlifie.6f::: .. _"f rf: :f::,';:''''i: Jj v' :5<" "i
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sonth1aDd.bJ.tbeeat'wb: cb' ,In; Total : .: : : ; J. -
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'L t 1 ,i. tbe:;DCI! tutors! : :1becompletionof the night; as it were, has,blossomed 'Into a Potter.'Bep.: ....*>..,-.......;VV8M: Butei;'and tAa.there la no person ID'&At State '.n .iii '. .t. ," " -2 r:
,' .NicaMUgua'cana anolber feeder. veritable 'Trans-Atlantic ,Macdonald . ....., !. t' and ;B. i.
.: ,grt Garden. . .of Dem..f !' 811 of Florida the servile Kibpasna upon whom ;'s 01TS CiciiJng/ ; / 1
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;!'. t ml, Thatlthe.: commerce. of .theHesperfdes.--. Potter'major1ty-: : ::, : : ,::; & .- woold bind aebTdefendAnt; and tb tttt said. 11'J.. : .-< ; '_

:':' u1R) I, m1.wiJ!'be. noofgreat: importanee '.Questioned as to the future'of MiamiCaptainWelsh -- t.si, ..5 __::_,:; .' defendant U over tbea,e'bf. l7 ar<;' : ,'" ; - / \ >i: lii
/..::- U:'.iktbeliueof:! !impoftationa<; at Jno ,distaiii'tdate : ;: ,remarked f( 'Bncklea'a Arnica' :'Salve.',.' It do'appear 1a therefore aniwer.tboBlll ordered that the of d4,Complaint dehncJ.Dt i, ., jFrpman: .ejegabtfilay: ,orsted 'frock.'or sack. t".If .

1 . goe*.without saying..Alreadyfe "Miami. appears to; possess: 'eveiything -; ( :TOT Btsr SAX.YB ttW world for cuts ' -,' at OO'don and '
p' ; ; In. the abore eDU 1e4"cause non the / ;t j$1,4. iojen'sTorkinClothes! 1: ::1 :
in .the of climate health .1 ?
way; ; 7
'oiii breiaesaorssaicerssaltrheurn
'the its commence- fever --a
:y -, :ee, of TUt Day at KoveaBer. &:D..utla' ,
,; !. fid '. conditions,'fertility-soil,:Immunity sores: totter,'chapped hands, chilblains, ,z J.ltte! ) four-eal-ola ,Genta't Bise 8ult .T ''
nent : ,thirtyj days two foreign same la'iaid ; "'" .. ; .
,\f" \ from frosts, a harbor that;when. deepened -ool'D8'and.all'akia eruptions,.and/post the being the first Monday month, .. ., .. ; "- ._. AX ;
_ ,, .' R.: :ilfnea,will I I. 'nave,: been, esUbHsibed, with is capable. of floating the:.'navies tively cure piles.or no pay.reqnfredV',It at the office:of the Clee k.'of said. Court in Juno. WE' BELIEVE' .. ':!. '.' .-. '. !'" .,...c" {c':.
to-'f pllbw.at:distant rlati All of.the,world; and with a, railroadcon-; *4. Cwn&j"Plollt f : ; . < : : >. .'
.; ; rmce' : is guaranteed giN perfect satisfaction ,- :orderedjJ ordered "- -4 .e. ... I .; 1" ..; ., .. ,;' 'r:1fj'. Si
." .thiiTi : : hooting JOQwltb: the.nortbieut: ,andweft refunded. Price (And,II.Ii. f urth r a' this ofpabtlcatfon -- ; .
forMiamIandwhatbepsMiamI or money 25centsper '
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4" which in construction and equipment box. For sale bvTovnleyBroa. 6-21-8-26 be pnbllihed the UUMI Memo,; -, : Yei. ; ca'n:. f fiSrnii;.!you ,With..: 'evei1thiiif: ; ot._. : ;'-
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of iecessltjhelji l ,
.sections oft
,.. ,, ::6mt1-st ; baano.superior;. Miami 'should ous,: newspapr published in" Miami:Dade '; : :.:r : XDry -
:Uk!: ay' country epciaIf i 1) :Au:hunk become an important point of.arrival :-: . J : -.--"". Coo Ay, Florida,"one* .it week for four eoateciHtire" ..v oun&; \ t.a.--: ; : ;; "1'\ iJ; : jT Ji' -fo f" : _.... .

: dre4 tbqusanli population! means'asolfd I and departure for the commerce' and ATboaiandConld 'Tollrue :W'r: :... '. : 'T 1 '
'; fromTi Lemoa- ,Cocoanut tourist rt.relaO.'Dd' from..the-: West not express the rapture Annie I Done &Ud.UTd4edt, ,the',Clert'l bffic al 0a \
J Citjr.U !
-:.<'.:- ..1i r T.;' .. 1' Indies, if.not the.great'southern metropolis E.'Springer,:of .1125 Howard St.;''Philadelphia3 1 Juno,.Dade: CoalltJ./Florida' ; _tht'Wth_day'61 ;.aoodstc1othillg: : ShoesT rd llath

_' 'i 1-Greve;. iF o(the future,;your only; rival ;:! Fa;. when.,aba;found ;that Dr; September,.!,P. 18W., ... _ ';. y

:c: -'t'e:' Besidee' :' tl' e'maDujer' ')", l. atureive being Tampa, which owes ,iU present King's Hew Discovery for consumption :,\aur..1 AUIMBT; : .''r't" -, p".r, : : 2* -," i' ;. 1it: .' :
.-g: mntIegbti1ourbmatethe! !! prominence.1 to' that" :Alladin'- of:the had,completely.:'cued her bf 'hacking 2 .Clerk of Circuit Conn in 0 .! WitnT4 more '-' satisfaction ;an4/fo |ielI"M t"
: of.
J!; TfJnelirjnitbie'.VorWir;We mu t inpVlVe' West Coast H,::. B.;.:Plant.,-Looking; cough that for many year* had made life \ ;,ana for Dade County.: :.: :" ; -i i.r -Qfc - v rf J i * J ] _->-* JT- -* v>ne*?*%f1.'f' i- :; li -: .
into.the future with ,burden.All, remedies .;I BOB ( A Ga Kut,Solicitors for .:. thaw.anther
; your 890,000 acres a- ;other. and doctors >U Complainant Y'T hbuses.in' SontltPidrida; ., ;: ., . '. ; ;
: 7!;:aIght.of4butany_mousands;of people of.: productive'Everglade""lands '''con'' could give her no'help,but ehe>aavs :." ._ .- -* .:'- '-6-42-S,.. ...;-- ... i*. ,*'" >. I --T' "- _.-. -..-. .. ..,- ..>,,i'r1"l t. ... ;- : '.. .". .?, "" r .f:'').{ -
( le 1 19 wUt oee P1 k.f H verted Into plantations,1 asftiow of this royal enter"It'soon'removed .. '
::1J '1Y !: sugar : the 1 A'.N .O'UNC' ', 1'S": ( or." 'to l ";: :'_ \".;:
) ;.fPCb: .owneisof.' .many tbousand, ofet proposed requires not the 'visionTof piIn'Iu.myOhostacd1I.can.nowile.p: ,A.JMew: :Iliaira firassgQR ;.' "' .:: < .; i! _,' ".- ., \\0:[ ,,; ;:z,. "',: :.: .;
: fruit,, prophet discern: lotbe""D01i.nrl" : spoodly,somttbiiigl can scarcely remen.: .. : <" '
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( : and'pneapple :
groves lIue l
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: : 'iorth than
; .. remotedI.tance. a:populous! and. pros doing'before.: ;; I .feel like.eoundiog (" qurgsolidpound : : ; : ,
knows ,
'p4iIitatIons.1Tbo! jrbat be ; ..' '
.-1; : perouaKiajni.: jBnt should you aspireto its praises throughonttbe aniveneu':: 80 : ; 'Ji# ; v. *- < :; -

trr4etto1: ;.tb'eriiieGranQwjIi'. !. commercial pre-eminence.. our relations will erery.oae who triM.'D,..King's New '" 'st",,..;'r .. '-Ev'.. ex -; ,. : tcheapJ talki: ; i l -K#**" -;:' ;,_.. . h- V '
-;;.-' ;bLr0e1' 1 are rl brief. .tlwe'Tbe wit-h tlenat1onsIytngtothc: : Discovery- for:any trouble the throat ," .;f 'Grows on 8urfaee'o lr2,.Does" :: -- 4 feU'SSurs: topleas ': 4- ""f". -
-' soot toward:growing oat,ifceVwar cheat;orloneB.60a and ., .. til ,j| ;; ;;J? .
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Sioux Martyr. woollen blanket in which her abe been,unatle to use their guns during of Instances: inhibitory. BolatM they are only taken Into the stomachcasually quickly, as the draft of'cold air-wfll *"

was wrapped and shed many bitter struggle, broke and fled to the hill add and borax, however, are and occasionally In moderateand quickly ooor off the air inside of tber '

tears; not that she dreaded to leave Then the artillery men, who had in general use in some,foreign countries twrvpeated doses. As regards incubator. -. /' *":. y
A great fire of pine and cedar was Cherry Creek, for she! like most Indians the early part of the engagement for the preservation of products milk, it Is possible,, as has been suggested Another thing that wim>* of_'interest .-

blazing at the toot of a huge eottou-' was accustomed to much movIng without doing equal damage to friend that are to be exported, but are forbidden that the drugs induce certain to'note will be the relative heot'"" .

wood tree, about which the earth had about; but that strange! dream and foe, opened Are on the fugitiveswith by, law as regards those intended chemical changes therein producinga compared with
been worn as bare and smooth as a haunted her in spite of the medicine terrible effect. A storm of shot for home consumption. These new toxic agent, or enhancing or ture. Some incubators are so carefully ,',

;r floor. Around the fire crouched Yellow man's ingenious explanation.: and shell went screaming through the drugs too, are popularly believed, to intensifying the untoward effects of and thoroughly built thai the oat- ;

Bird and three other medicine men, Following the old! trail made by the air, and men, women and childrenwere be "k rmless," which If true would the boracie acid or its sodium salt; side temperature has little effect on -

lustily beating their rawhide drums, buffalo hunters, in the sixties, they piled upon the ground in bloody simply mean they are inert, and of but this has never.received investigation ( icm. There are others, however, that t ,

g and chanting an old Sioux war song. swept across the pruuies over the heaps. Troopers mounted and on foot little or no utility. They are above and study. seem to be greatly affected by the' ,

Still beyond, a circle of painted warriors Wall by what is now Known as Big hunted down the remnant of the band all cheap and can be obtained any- Borax and boracic acid have been general state of the weather. This

clad in white ghost shirts, and Foot's! Pass, through tne Bad Lands i with the ominous battle-cry of "Re where. employed In a variety of diseases, i. of great moment and if H be'found Y'

headed by chief Big Foot, danced and and across White liner, heading member Custer." Down near the Sioux Within ,a few months several cases both aa internal and topical medica- that an incubator responds too quickly _

: ; yelled and brandished their weapons. straight for the vamp of hostile Sioux camp, where the battle had begun, of severe and dangerous poisoning, : ments, and of late years-the former to outside Influences it will beneeV s

1 The ghost dance had begun on the that had already, taken up arms in the I wounded warriors and cavalrymen as the result of the employment of especially, '-have been exploited as essary Ho place it in a cellar or some

evening of the previous day, and had defence ,bf their own rights and the continued the fight, shooting and 'boracic acid and borax, have been !remedies for epilepsy, though now other place where ,the temperature .i*. 4

a continued without intermission for New Messiah., slashing at 'one another as they lay chronicled in the medical press, both practically abandoned because of the uniform, or at least changes but...Jowly. -

thirty-six hours.' Scores of Indians, But they were not destined to escape ' on the ground, until death overtook of America and abroad. In one instance iinfarfrinate .results that follow in 1

ij overcome by dizziness and exhaustion, tIO easily; on. bounded Knee them, or their cartridges were ex- five of a family numberingseven their train. It i* not uecssary that the eggs .be ...,' ,

,, had fallen insensible to the ground, I Creek they,were overtaken by a troopof hausted. souls all told were' seized with .V single large dose, as already intimated kept at 103 or 102 all the time. The ..

and while in that condition had beheld the Seventh Cavalry" and Big Foot When the engagement began, Jen- severe and excruciating colic accom- induces ,derangements in the eggs may even be taken out each ; ,

wonderful visions of the Red again submitted rate' than to risk nie Swan was standing among the panied by nausea and vomiting, that digestive apparatus that stimulate I morning and allowed! cool down,. to t' tr

-, Messiah and the Happy Hunting an engagement with the, troops. tepees with her little boy on her back, prostrated the unfortunates for three colic and the results accruing to Indiscretion 70 or 75 degrees, .and then returned j._ s tl "

Ground that were soon to take the The Sioux were at once mardhed 'off and the baby, bound up in swaddling and four days; the trouble was in the use of. foods; besides, .We believe thereris less danger of.the ...

place of :the! barren South Dakota in the direction of Pine Ridge, closely clothes, In her arms. In the thickestof brought directly home to the milk the action is very much nIce that pno- eggs being injured by too little heat :

r prairies. The words of ecstasy that guarded by their :military escort. the struggle she saw Gray Elk employed as a beverage, and to which: yoked by toxic doses of lead. When than by too much. We .ihav seen &ena .'

"- fell from their lips as they lay thus That, night they camped in a bend of break through the cordon of troopers, had been added a preservative powder taken in divided doses and persistedin leave their nests in the 'early spring

unconscious served to stimuli'e. the the creek, and the warriors held along rush toward her, and then drop dead consisting of almost pure boracic for some time a burning, colicky and stay away till it seemed.that-the ,

remaining.dancers to renewed frenzy. and spirited discussion in the almost at her feet. With a wild cry acid. Two members of the family escaped pain in the "pit" of the stomach ii> eggs must be chilled, and-yo5tihe-:

Close beside these stood a cirHe of privacy of their tepees, Yellow Bird she turned; and fled. Although encumbered because the milk used by them erlerufollowed by Intense nausea same biddies would bring oat a broodof

v4 Indian women, chanting the same urging them to fight, and Big Foot, by the two children, she was only what was required for a cup and vomiting; tine month and chicks from the eggs so treated.: ,}

;, tune and keeping time to the music! wfco was now confined to J ate bed by a ran like a deer until she heard a of tea. The same milk, fed to halfa throat are dry. and there Is a remark As to the thermometer,'be sure-thai i

without moving from- their track.- severe attack of pneumonia counseling dull "thud," and something warm dozen fowls, killed all but one, and able dryness of the hair and skin, the it is correct. There wfll be no: gain/ln/ r r x t 4,

-Beyond, scattered about
trees and underbrush, were half a Jennie Swan 'went down on her her baby and dropped on her knees dispatched. In another family, numbering skin diseases resembling eczema, salt tea and losing it in a whole drawer of, r'

hundred tepees showing up white Kneea; beside the chief and imploredhim with a moan ot agony; it was stone nine individuals, six partookof rheum sloe Most unfortunate of allis eggs.' If a cheap thermometer'' can .,

:;, and ghost-like in the frosty moonlight to resist the medicine man's in dead. milk which had been "kept sweet"by j a 1-endencj on the part of both be obtained that is reliable it'wiH'' .be '

trigues. "0 my God!" she cried. "My husband the aid of borax, and all were drugs to develop and; foster kidney as good as one that ia expensive,'btrt

In one of these lodges sat Jennie "Have I not seen the Red .Messiahas and my child, just 'as I saw themin thereby made seriously ill. Several disease or when such' is already exist. see to it that it Is in every.way reliable

u Swan; by her side lay Gray Elk, her well as he?" she cried. "I have my dream! Now let ,them kill me cases of dangerous and one of fatal ent in' simple and acute form, to no matter what it costs. Far

_, handsome young husband, completely dreamed the same dream night after too-let them kill me too!" -poisoning of infants and childrenby transform it into one of chronic. malignant mer's (Review.

\ prostrated by his exertions and night, au.l in the broad daylight 1 "Oh, mother, run, run! Don't let borax, fed in milk are on record. and fatal character.

t the excitement attendant.upon his have but to close my eyes to see that the soldiers get me!" Probably many; more have escaped With this knowledge, it is evident The Coming Election. t

recent visit to the. spirit land. Her horrible river of blood and my poor It was her little son. She had forgotten notice, tflie malady being ascribed to too much Vircumspeetion cannot be The is and,. ?

little son, perhaps two years old, husband ant child. Oh, for God'a him in the excitement of the "cholera infantum," "srammer complaint employed as regards the use of so- campaign waxing warm, .

r i slept on a blanket dose by, and the sake, chief, don't allow our people to mo; enlt.. Springing to her feet she ," colic, etc. called food preservatives, und that a-s the same old "dxy rot. rs to be.sarr.". z t .
baby of only a few weeks lay in her fight with the soldiers! 1 know that laid the tiny body of the infant be- That, accidents are not more frequent a rule such should be regarded with ried out in the final: "round up. Asa
fact ever
lap. Jennie herself was dozing off; dream was sent as a warning, and side that of the dead warrior, threwa from the careless and ignorantuse the utmost suspicion, particularly if matter of tAle largest vote : ,

i her eyes closed, and her chin drop \voe betide .us .if we fail to heed Itl"! shawl over them, then hurried on.. of these drugs, aside from the reason their exact contents or compositionis polled in old Hillabprough is looked 1
her breast. The noise ot unknown. Scientific American. for at NVyrember election Every < f
,1' ped upon Big Foot gravely assented. She heard the shouts of the soldiers just mentioned, is due to causes: '.
.h' the drums grew fainter and fainter; "Yellow Bird is a wise man and his close behind her, and began looking First, the distress occasioned thereby t cross-road orator ((1) urges the votersto "

she, too, waa asleep. medicine is good, but 1 fear he is toohasty. about for some place of refuge. A closely resembles that which is apt ui Little Things in Incubation. turn out and do their duty and,.if"*

The dance ended; great kettles of Our friends from the far Wes.t'tell few rods away was the mouth of a follow upon indiscretions of diet and If a man is about to start using an necessary, see that every mania ,the

soup were brought forward by the us ,that the Red Messiah commanded pit, evidently the entrance; of.a mall Improper exposure. Second, many ad- incubator for the first !line it will be county' casts his voteOf course, as'

squaws; the fast became a feast, and that we shall fight only' in cave formed by the action of water ults are but slightly susceptible to the well for him to look after some of I heretofore, men will be voted dead; j'.

the hungry and exhausted warriors' self defence, and that when the time running through a badger or some malign influence of the drugs when the little things that have so much to or alive, no matter whether they have

themselves: their fullest arrives, he will himself destroy our other hole to the creek beyond. Set- do with success or failure in hand- been in the county six month or six .

paeity. foes as easily as the north wind scatters ting down her little boy at th$ edge, ling these adjuncts poultry raisIng. hours' -anything to swell the popularvote I..

out on the winter air and Jennie the dried leaves in autumn. ItWay she lowered herself into the pit. At Florida. East Coast Ry. One of the things that should be in order to have the biggestf

Swan, with disheveled hair and star be as you think, that your dreamwas the bottom was a small, dark pas- 'looked after carefully is the regula- representation in the next Congre-,

big. eyes, rushed from.the tepee sent to us as a warning, because sage. Stooping to examine this, she SOUTH BOUND. tion of the heating apparatus and the sional Convention. This is democracy

"She, too, bo sees the.Great Spirit Yellow; Bird would force us into war discovered two pairs of greenish yellow STATIONS DallrjDitty record of the same by the thermom- with 'a vengeance. In the 4th.word.of,

,"' exclaimed''.Yellow. Bird. "Jennie with the whites.1 eyes glaring at her from the dark Nom eters. 1 t is better for a man to practice Tampa some four years ago the ""he }- s
.. '
Swan, teU us.of.your vision." So Big Foot, held out stoutly for with the Incubator without era" voted about 350 bona fide and
and heard ominous growL eggsin
ness an .. .. ... _
Lv JackaoztYflle ......... J cop
i With wringing hands and feature peace, and his counsels! prevailed, She had disturbed a den of wild cats; Ar St. Augustine ...........1' 30*I 4 lop it until he is sure that he can con- some 750 "dead votes" juat to .see Jl,

distorted in anguish she said,- much to the medicine man's disap but Jennie Swan feared white men I LT.Y St.Hastings Augustine......_- ... ._ js loa& 4 453P iP trol the heat. We believe it is a mistake they could not out-strip the lit wardr''

I, "I fell asleep and dreamed that 1 ppintment. The warriors agreed togo more than wild cats just then, so calling Ar Palatka ....ii ssarfm| for any amateur to go ahead at In every ward money was lavishly sand

saw the New Messiah; be was dressed quietly with the soldiers and trust to her child to jump, she caught LT Palatka once with the eggs In the C drawer openly used to buy what democracy -
-- ,a* a Dakota,.with a great crest of in the Messiah for,, their future deliv him in her arms and crawled directly Lv-San Mlteo.\r.\| seal, 3 jopLjr without knowing if he can keep the calls "the nigger," 'Good democrats

E eagle,' 1kindly tunes on.his head. He smiled erance. into the den, the animals retreating Lv Ormond East Palmtkm.... u loop 30* 6.J j top P temperature uniform. In looking at (?} did' it, and they will dolt -

when he saw me and I rail to (Unfortunately, another troop of the before ;her, growling and spitting as LT Daytona I up 6 sip the temperature each time, do so again. Is this democracy

meet him, but.he pointed down aud'ISaw Seventh Cavalry,: arrive- that night, went. LT Port Orange sap 7 off '
they LT New Smyrna ..,. ,.. .x jjp 7 asp f L '
a great river of blood at his feet, and the officers decided to disarm leaves LT Oak Hill ............:....::.... *tp f"e
bed of
tf There dry
was a warm
Lv TitnsTule .... josp...,...
and there, floating in the stream, the Sioux early the next morning. in the cave, and here she lay and dis- LT City Point 3 JSP -. .-. 1"

: were the bodies of my husband and This announcement caused much tened to the yells of the troopers: as Rockledge LT Cocoa
alarm the ;Indians, especially .
babe.. among
they dashed past. All day long she LT Melbourne ............ s8p .
"Fear not, my child" said the medicine when they were marched out of their lay there, but in the gray twilight of Sebastian ... up .
camp and placed in a semicircle in LT St. Lacie ...4 e ...... I
man. "The river you saw was the evening she crawled out at the LT Fort Pierce *op i I
the blood of white men who shall per.lsh front of the lodge ,in which Big Foot other entrance of the cave and set out Lv Eden ........ 'op .'
LT Jensen... $4P ...... ,
when the Messiah comes and sum was lying on>> his 4eath.bed. the doc- on her long tramp back to* Cheery LT Stuart ........7 ojp ...... f,
tor sold and a' regiment of soldiers Lr Hobe Sound 738P ...... .
mons all the brave old chiefs and warriors Creek. There were over a hundred Lv West Jupiter .......... .
drawn up about them in such a man- LT West Palm Beach .. .... t
who have lived since the world miles of Bad Lands and bleak, rolling
would enable them to a LT Unto .........
began, to (his aid and sweeps oat ner as pour prairie to be traversed in the dead of LT Fort Lauderdale ,...8.7521..
murderous cross fire Into the Sioux. I : I Lv Lemon City ..... .
oppressors 'from the face of the earth winter, without food or shelter save Af Miami .,..[. ] .
A of Hotchkiss and (
your husband and child win be instruments ,battery Catling such as an Indian or wild animal
had been planted on a neighboring NORTH BOUND. '
for promoting his find the but she neverfaltered !
power might on way, / k
hill in such r 5 't
a as
position No
and glory, and as such will sorely be command inch of Big Foot's and three days later staggered STATIONS NojBI fDmJy Dai?]]? tlri
blessed above all others. every Into the cabin of one of her ExSuL Jf

listened camping ground end thIs fact addedgreerAy friends on Cheyenne River, more dead Miami ......................... 5 .JOi' .:::. ,I
The respectfullyand
Lv Lemon ... .
City 39m
returned to the lodge, but she to their consternation, for the than alive, but with her little boy LT Fort Lauder. -.; ..:::::::::::: 'I I ::::::
Y Indians stand in: mortal terror of L. Ltntoa ......................... $III.
was only half convinced. Although.her.faUh.iD.tbe safe on her back. LT West Palm Beach............. 30i...... J
folly these'quick-firing'guns, the mechan- River LT West Jepiter .................... 07S ...... 1
New Afewiah was iam--of which.they do not,understand, 'They are now on the Cheyenne Lr Hobe Sound ....-.-.........-. ala ......
j / as fanatical,u>that of any of. her Reservation; and are still waiting LT Stuart ....'..................... .6 5 .
and which they regard,as a species ofWekansioa. LT Jensen ......................... o6a .
tribe, ahe wuld not tear a certain patiently for the Red Messiah, for LT Eden ..;.......................- Its .....fo 1 d '
from her bo8om. band in their Lt Fort Pierce ................... .
vogua.foreboding Yellow Bird )advantage of their whom Big Foot and his Lv St. Lode ...................... S7 O .
Week Th. ghost'dancing simple faith, so freely laid down their LT Sebastian ....................... joa....... Q p 4
passed. uneasiness to exhort them not to give Lv Melbourne ...................... 3S& ...... f It u.
continued faat and fnrkmoi Yellow their lives.Woverley Magazine. Lv Ban Gallic ......................I' 4sa .. u ? -
'of up armsu Lv Rockedze ..................... IJ lap ...... ttSaletyl K1
Bird'never ceased fanning the flame '"They mean to, murder us!" he Lv Cocoa ......................... u ssp....... t
religions ae.'ticial.mong'his follow Food L. City Point .................... 1.1 ...... U'lU"
shouted. "As soon as we give up: our Dangers Attending So-Called Lw Tit1aaTi11e .top ......

ere rifles they will shoot us down.. they Preservatives. Lv Oak New,Hi Smysss l .:::::::::::::::;: = t4Lv ,'p .

"Brothers said. he1, am theapostleof4be'Red didSitting Bull,a,,;few days ago. If Of late have sprung into existence L. Port Orange .................. .41 6 SALT Comfort! (jnick Time! Low B.ateI t :
. .
Daytona' ....................... s S2P 7025Lv -.
-Messiah. It is'he
must.die let us die fighting like
we a, number of preparations, claimingto Ormond ... 3 wLv
that hat given me 'power to perform men,:and. not be killed like wolves in be safe and efficient food preserv East Palat. ::::::::::::::::::. 4 35p 1 455Ar finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer Between Jacksonville'
San Mateo .................... 6 3SPa4SP and New Yorl . _
mirfoks,4o briDg.'W&ter'fromthe'drf a rtrap,. unable to raise a hand In OUT atives. They have been hawked from LT SaIl-Mateo ..............._._._\1 J 'PAr ...... ,". ''
ground; and make, our ghost I shirts own defence." \house :to house, especially in rural Palatka ,.. ................... 5 3 loa The Fleet Is composed of the following- H some New Steel Steamers; r"COJIANCHE"
Invulnerable ballets. He is coming LY PaJatb ........................, 4 PI) t lOa ....-
'"True, aid one of the braves. "If districts, and on the strength of rep (new), "ALGONQUIN1, q IROQUOIS, "t EBOKE2 ,
I L" HaSt aca ...................... 4 osah .a
to join" us from.:,the:far, West. Soon they wished to ..take away our guns, resentatkma made by agents have St Augustine ................. 5 4aa t -- SEKIKDNOKTHBOUND.: T r.
he will raise-'trom the .l1..the Lv St Augustine ................. 5 i' 45&N .Eo
grave why did theDot do ,so yesterday instead -. found employment domestically in Jacksonville ................... 6 ssaBETWEEN Steamers any appointed to sail according to the tUs '
good and brave>warriors. of the olden of marching" "US one whole day the canning of fruits and vegetables, From Jacksonville, Flaw (caning at Chart ebton) Sundays, Tuesdays and '.aun4Qa
: times, and with their help we will and milk NEW SMYRNA ORANGE From Charleston.8. with arms in our hands? and preservation of milk For hour of .ailingsee Clyde Line schedule. or Jacksonville and Charleston dailies. .-:>
crush the white man as easily as I CITY JUNCTION. -
: fortunately however, the SOUTH-BOUND. 21
'"It is because more troops have products; ,
can ,.crush worm beneath nTy heel. been sent to'murder all the warriors representations made as to their efficiency : SOUTH BOUND.. Steamers ore appointed to sail from Pier t!. East River, New York at I oan; as1follows "

Two, great. mountains will vomit up and carry the women away to be in the preparing of meats hare -4-STATIONS---- -No--3 Na- aLv For Charleston: 8. C.................................Mondays, Wednesdays and.Frldayi_,' t'
nnvUuntJI.the whole,earth[lai covered "' delusive and thus in many New Smyrna. ................. asp 10 loa For Jacksonville Fl*_ (calling at Cnarlston.) Uananys Wednesdays and prints
their slaves, thundered the medicine proved Lv Lake Helen ................ .S 09P II 3BaLv ry
3 six. feet deep; then. the buffalo will man. "What, cowards. will instances led to their general abandonment Osage City ................. .1. ..j mp 1.1 OSP .
come back :and we shall hunt where you you domestic AI Oruie Cit) uetioD...,.... ISp u rap New Enlan and'
allow them to take away your arms, I as. regards other, AU traiDa between New Sm7ma aM IJvsnge Clyll8 SnnthBrnLinns' .
the fields.and :towns of the whites i
Junction Daily S1ID4aJ'
with your wives, and daughters already products. How far they have been, I pity except C
now stand. There will be perpetual e t ..
: at their mercy. '? Shame! Shame! or are.now. employed by factories en- BETWEEN ORANGE CITY JUNCTION ( )
summers and no more sickness, or suf in wholesale production and t A NEW SMYRNA. FREIGHT ONLY. t,;
Shame! gaged
4 -- (Calling at Chariest on. a C? both wa,..)
feringor death 1.A rifle shot-rang out! and- the next marketing tinned (products is a NORTH BOUND. "Steamers"' Appointed to sail as Follows: :

These statements were corroborated Instant one hundred and fifty Sioux ter solely of conjecture yet ma.t-I STATIONS.' (No.Lv 4 From Foot of Hogan street Jacksonville.; From Lewis' Wharf..Beaton r
by; 'many of the: ;tribe who had held had thrown themselves upon five good reasons( for surmising they Lr 9nDie Orange City.City .Junction........;......-. THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.CLYDE'S ,
communion with the Red Messiah in I ] L. Lake Helen ...................11.1. ma.
times'that number>> of wen-armed regularao generally ignored, except, Ar New Smyrna..............,-. ST. JOHNS RIVER LINE,
the trances of the ghost dance. Consequently 60 sudden and furious'was the in the preserving of the poorer, and. All trains between New Smyrna ud e t
could the : ,' City Junction Daily except ".dav --( BAR? L1N]!;.) -
nothing L
onslaught that the troops "gave tray, i cheaper grades. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. JACKSONVILLE. PALATKA. SANFORD ENTERPRISE FUL. ANDDE
indignation of the .whole ,bond,when a but The least objectionable of these 80-'
they refilled I THH RIVER
quickly ;anal desper-- The steamship Cityt Key West, of the INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON ST. JOHNS Ft
w h : detachment of troops arrived at Cherry hand-to-hand conflict ensued. At called preservatives Owe what little 1 I Bonds East Coast Steamship Company leaves
J Miami for Key West oa Mondays Wednesdays Steamer "Harry G. Day" J
Creek of
u : J'emptodJrllle"e4Ibo-| the sound of the firing Big:;Foot jvjrtae they may be possessed! and Fridays after arrival of tram from ,

f tlc e on theSloarx;that ghost dancing sprang from hlsbed, and rushed from' T:either to salicylic or boracjc; acid, sodium -t' Jacksoanrilie with steamers, making for Havana.connections Leaves at Key Key West West Capt. W. A. Qhaw. ;sr

.,;;, must ce.... ;Big; ,Foot. pretended ths tepee rife'is hand, only. to fall salrcyiate: or sodium biborate ;, .:"op.* m. standard time) oa Tuesdays, Thursdays Is appointed to sail as folJow.'f

submit, but_ shortly after slipped pieced-with' a dozen bullets. His\ (borax);. it is said that'fluoric acid iai' moraine and in Saturdays time to connect, .amvinr with, Miami north bound next 'I'Leaves Jacksonville....., .......... ......Tuesdays and Saturdays at 1:00 p.. '... :

awayfrom_the,jr ro(ps.sari set out for squair ..snatched,:the Winchester sometime employed but no data ordefinite traia. 'I Leaves Sanford... .?. ...... .........Mondays and Thursdays_ at'6:0 pi pct +

( ,- the Bad Lands. accompanied. by his he.k11..bntfihe next;instant droppeddtdwlthabulMlnJierheart. 'i' > evidence obtainable regard- I - GENERAL PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE 104 WEST BAT'ST-i. .SAClV'. .'
These Time Tables show the times at which r }',
entire, band. The Ug'sueli use of this agent. traia and boats may, be expected to arrive I I SONVIJ..I.E. ', Lw
and depart from the several stabona and pacts, W. 11. '.VARBURTON, T. If. ANew.. 'I'
). When Elk loaded his ti.mll1l Sioux the 4 '
Gray wajrlora-fought like demons; t lashed have stated, i not does,the Company a1 JOt W.t Bq 8t- ;ra.cbouTJUe,.,
k to theoRwaVpamni.wgennd abase-t thatfnot; t rifleet,aotie8n; pod attending 'their employment sjnraaMed, nor EOi' T. M JNO. .L. HOWARD. ; :
I hold .
his hones into a run after .thelong &'ealraritli; knives : :andclabsjhut -, -..,i"bees* thoroughly exploited In the I lay 0'other itself-consequence* arisingtherefrom. .1 Boling. Greeo..New T01'L'i gout Hogan St.. Jackaonvlllesgls.l'f'

s- ;jtrocessktx: ;.of;'.tribesmen 'thai ; they: .were;: tit lost, forced/ pesti;,:further the changes induced,in .street,l'oreoPr,"Jacksonville ot tuna,.eard or address can> at, aafi.- .West. ..Bay' t. .. CeriT. J.
CLYDE Agents.
-,.';q were-aourryig:down the:.tnflnM.wife ki';; *e rhphtndc.N. ":-- -anil Jtth-: presence'of .fruit: 'acid v whereby, 1" :e..BBCKWITH.; J. D..,:JtAHNER.fTraific - WM.p. ;-.&t a.... : ,' .
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W. M. C. Q. cloth merchants. In 14JO OF :FLORIDA.SMALL same being about acre .
i. a Featherly. Featherly. denburg ati ,STATE 1V9 *---Chipiey SPARKS FROM WIRE )ow. Excepting- for the havoc oat ,; -

JK or thereabout it is believed that one Manner. : : -
uradly wrought in the boiler room, th. :..;:, '
: THR MIW JrnTROPOLIS C.aus liiamartk Utl\awced a stun of \EhilttlES ABOUT William .Newman, of Madison, hasa bpat is uninjured. :

K>UV) to +line Margrave Ludwig, EVERYTHING IMAGINABLE. small Bible taken from a dead TELEGRAPHIC NEWS FROM ALL

Published by which was> secured upon the customs -- liia: soldier on the 3rd of :.May, A. PARTS OF THE WOBLD.
The Bay Biscayne Publishing Co. of his native town. The citizens, however Clippings of Florida Events From D., laUJ on the field of battle at Chan

{. ; ___ -0-- _ =- -=- rebelling against this arrauge- Our State Exchanges Carefully elorsville. On the fly leaf of the Bible Short Stories of the Wor1 /* Doings little man in a brown tHe tweed suit,
Dade Co Fla Oct. 28, 1898 dropped into one of leather- ,
Miami !
ent, the margrave assigned to Condensed for Our Busy is the name of P. A. Carver. He
--- ------ Told by the Telegraph in cushioned chairs at the Hoffman .
Claus Bismarck the fief of Burgstall, Headers.II. belonged to Col Williams' division oflocum's {
4 Marriage. in opam: takes place by Condensed Form.' louse and puffed away at a big Havana .-

day or at night, axxording to the for- and it was in thus manner that thenobility Corps. with evident satisfaction 1
: of the family, began. In the F. Hampton of Gainesville hat The town is not .OB. a boom, but was t" .
tune of tire ouug or
: people seven years known as "The Bat.wby .
middle of the sixteenth teuturj thedliemarek been appointed) agent to select lands keep up a steady growth. A new .
station m lift If wen to do, the. ceremony his companions on the ;
under the of for the old Florida Railroad, accruing rick store has just been built and. occupied WILLIAMS. Bowery.
tame sway
comes off in the early part of Today he is John T.
iMiss Hampton,
Laura Esq.
c: the iiohen ollerna, to bow they: under act of Congress, May 17, 1850. and three u the merchants Williams: of Chicago, ,
the morning. the owner and manager- of the Clerkels
Y daughter of
Norman Williams a.o.dgranddauglli'ter
: hate ever remained faithful vassals.Loiuion .- C. W. Roach, a saw-mill man of are enlarging: their stores to accwnrnwditte -
.j ---- 4. '
stands, of the Tomatu of the ;0
The owners of the famous Cog Oiobe. Levy county has a contract to cut 30- their growing business. Several of the late Judge John group

toad, miming up Pike's tweak, have I I 000 feet of lumber for the turpentine residences: are being built and Dean Caton, is journeying over the South. ific ocean, where pearl robed 'i '
Atlantic 'the Cunard til found by the ton and brings $200 a ,.
; decided to change the motive power Swiss funeral customs are moot pe- works that is being built at Lebanon. others contracted for, and the demandfor on steamship t'ROOSEVELT

from steam to electricity. It is estimated uhar. At the death of a person the G. B. Murrell & Co., of Morriston, cottages cannot be supplied.. -gt. lampama, to be wedded: in London ton.

tuat the com 01 making the .)' iiitierU a format black edged have closed a deal tor 4,000 acres more Petersburg cor.. T.-U. & C. some time within the next two weeksto '

t change will
ry for ntpathy and stating that "the erection of a large saw-mill at once. mill is governor of the Philippine is- YORK. ?
l progressing satisfactorily, the
; An eminentph.lciaw, of bt. Louis, mourning urn*' will be exhibited during Mr. Scott LeNin, of Pensacola, has frame of the building being already lands, to whom her engagement was The scene that greeted Colonel ,

.Vlo, says that no person should be certain hours up announced five months ago. [jMWUlia.IU.il Roosevelt when he appeared on the ,
on a special day.In been appointed private secretary to the foundation for the machinery '
drink coffee until with Iher mother.and stage of the'Academy of :Music in New
permitted to tea or front of the house where the per- 'residentilliain L. Wilson of the brother -
about and
is complete, soon another -
tie or she ho chained tree age ofyeara. 1;' son died there is placed a little black Washington and, Lee University at will be added Norman Williams, Jr., sailed from York, was 'one which caused him to '
important industry -
iu the those N'ework last for Liver- scats by the speaker's desk for fully
:; young beverage able, covered with a black cloth, on I xington'a.. in successful Saturday e;
to those already operation '
fifteen minutes while
-C unduly excite the nervous system and which: stands a black jar. into this )Ir. Baker, a prominent phosphate in Palaltka.-Pal8lt.ka. Adver- 'pool.After four thousand'
b } effect :the digestive the takes the men and women stood on chairs, waving ,
{eve aoi injurious upon the friends and acquaintances of the man of Flora City, (has moved his family tiser. wedding place

organs. family drop little black-margined vis- to St. Petersburg, will build hima plan of General (Merrrtt will depend flags and haDdke iefaaad giving r x
', ,. ---- Lit 11 Engineer 1! F. Ensey, in entirely on the course of events of cheer after cheer for the Republican
cards sometimes with few and out
a home set
ting a pinery, orange
t The young fellow who worries exceedingly llUa.q't; : of the work in progress at the commission and the arrtann candidate for Governor. Throughout
words of them. The urns and other fruits peace -- --- ---
sympathy on ;:
s4 in fear that he cannot find grove Eguiont hey, ', has a beautiful specimen of the war department. at Washing- his speech there was "hardly a sentence -
put on the table on the day of the During a thunderstorm last week,
a wife, or rather a gird Whom bet ot i-llonda onyx, taken from, the ton.AU that is known in be pronounced that did not call :
funeral. Only, men ever go to the lIon. G. S. Harden, of Cocoa, had two \
,. a Manta. to make hi* wife, who u, a good rock obtained near Wildwood for use Chicago is that he will return to Paris forth a cheer.
and follow struck and
churchyard, they generally large orange trees killed
cook, ifc usually the: one wh'o after the. .M.
-1 y on the formications E. Strong cut at once with his bride, to await the Gen. Benjamin Tracy and Seth Low
1 tihe hearse on foot.La1ng by Lgfctning, an occurrence never {
: marriage fails to provide the wife in this and polished the specimen, and it is completion of the negotiations. Bothteneral also made speeches. Colonel Roosevelt -
herd of before in section. 01
-4 the case with anything to cook.dcranton .- 'Hens in Autumn.An Campville brick work started up pronounced as fine as any ever ob- Merntt and Miss Williams spoke at two other meetings the

rp\UI.ww1.! tained from the famous Mexican have a 'large acquaintance in London, same evening, at which (be received_
exohange publishes an articlein again last week. It had been idle for .
mines.A and it is entirely from choke that an enthusiastic greeting. _
One of .the latest applications of .the which particular stress is laid on several months. The same company
number of Orlando's citizens will the wedding will be a simple one.
n peoiijinthesiot, principle is a bi- the care that should be given laying baa resumed veneering mills for the
;, try their luck in Cuba. J. A. McDowell Miss Williams has been abroad a INTERESTING DAY. IN CONSFANTIN'OPLE
cycle-pump whixih can be thrown into hens in the fall. manufacture of vegetable orates. '
k I for years a dealer .an paints and great deal and has spent much/ time : _
;_ gear for filling a tire 1 b>' inserting HWMn. We have never found it necessary Some early, oranges from the Keene [ l
wa As soon as prospect the situation thoroughly, minister at the court bf St. James Turks with one of the most interest"ng : -
t: a lever tacks the pump, which any way from that given at other The crop there is much larger than s.
and the result of his days in fbe annals of their capital
on investigation she was presented at the queen'l'drawing
.. can be caused to 'work again. only by seasons. Good care at all times in the was generally supposed. Many grove.ha'e .
> j? dropping in another coin. year is necessary to success and good added fruit by late bloom. will depend the future course,of oth ( room with Miss Lincoln, and in his time. The ,city,was crowd' -.. -. -

ers. John Giles and Will Vassar two she received much attention both in ed and the sightseeing and.ceremonials -*
: keeping depends on just best in the
I pot lry The thing agriculturalline Y
:" The latest census provee that in upper and nothing more. The idea that at Lake .Buffum is a pinery of B. ,young men, are already on the way London and Paris.IMPO1PANT would have exhausted, a leas enterprising -} ..
to the island in of fortune. potentate. Wherever he went.
Fifth ,avenue there is a stretch ofT there is any deep secret in poultry H. Hampton, Sr. The plants very quest

\x ,',, houses a mile and a hadf long that keeping should be dispelled. Hens will nearly all fruited in the spring, and Two 01 the largest orange deals RAILWAY PURCHASE. he was greeted by througs of cheer' sing

(contains dozens of millionaires. It is ,lay if ;well fed and comfortably now the suckers have fruit on them. of the season were made (here on Mon- The World says: Papers have been inhabitants.!
r. signed In New York by which the The German warships were brillantly 1
for its length the ..hig'heasocially, the housed. That is all that it is necessary The Sumter county jail is said to be day. John Arnold of Gainesville r,
Rutland railroad, running from Bellows illuminated in the evening, ....
S most architecturally handsome andty to do to bring success. literally packed full with 'prisoners, bought the crop of ti. S. Lamb for $2 ,
Falls to Burlington, Vt, passed their outlines being traced by electric -
%r :: far the most wealthy street in the This year our flock has kept up egg more than there! has been before in i[*?r box on the trees. T. B. Parker, a
ofrtn the control of the Delaware and lights. It was the first display ,
production remarkably well. The secret tocal 1 meruhaint, bought the of ;
world.New York 'lelegram.i years. Most of them are in jail for crop
I L of this is :that ti Just as the old offenses of hog and cow killing and the Lowrey brothers, also for $2 per Hudson Canal Lompany into the of the. sort Constantinople !baa seen ..

Mb Aooordiug to a musical authority, liens quit laying the tive- n'iha-old stealing.The box on the trees! The two groves will hands of Percival W. Clement, Will- The exchange of souvenirs continues.

.the mooing of a cow is set to a perfect pullets began, and by' the time cold West Florida Seminary, at Tallahassee yield about twenty-five carloads.PaOnietto .- lam K. Vanderbilt and Dr. V.. Seward The Emperor (has presented to the I
Webb. Sultan 'busts of William,, Land '
filth octave, or tenth; the bark of u weather comes both old and young began its forty-second an- cor. Times-Union and Citi Emperor
x { ', will be and shall to The price paid for the block of controlling the late Empress Augusta.
dog 1b; a fourth or filth; the neighing laying we try nual session with 125 students. Thereare ..I
,. the whole zen.An stock is asserted to be $3000,000. ,- The Order of the Black Eagle has
the during _
oi horse is
,. a a deacent on the ohro- up average several yet t enter, and the en- effort is being made at Gainesville t
While the road is only 120 been bestowed<< on the Grand Vizier. '
f atJo scale; while the donkey bray in year. rollment will reach 150 within the to raise funds to assist in keep- f ,
miles in it is claimed its saleto The Sultan- has decorated all the
t. We haveabout concluded thatit paysto length,
a perfect octave Yet it is thought next month. ing up Evergreen cemetery. A chance V
flock of hens shut the the Clement-Vanderbilt interest members of the Kaiser's suite
keep a
that'the donkey's voice might be improvedl up Governor Bloxham has offiered $100 is given every one in that city U do .
year through. It is a little more trouble will give in New England both a New
reward for the arrest and delivery of I something. Mrs. H. H. McOreary and
to take care oi them, but we always York and Boston connection to west- PEACE COMMISSIONERS BAN
S1 Lee Smith to the sheriff of Sumter Airs. }c'. D. Warner, ,who have always
? At the instance of the officers of the know where they are and need ern freight and passenger traffic. QUETED. S
county. Smitih is wanted for the been identified with the work have
humane society J. p. Webster, one of not worry about damage to gardenand
murder of Spencer Peterson, on taken the matter in hand, and will General Horace Porter, the United
4 : the most prominent and wealthy business flower beds. OUR; FLAG FLOATS O'ER BA.JUAN: '
August 22, 1898. raise enough to keep the work going.By States Ambassador, gave a banquet
men of Loganspoxt, Ind., was arrested On farm hens be kept
; may at the 18th the
Promptly noon on the of the 18th at the
their the is on evening
Mr. Frank S. Sams, of yew Smyrna, cemetery now .
; lor cruelty to: rata. It is al- ned from!the time the garden is planted American raised San
;4. e has the contract for furnishing the in splendid condition. flag was over American Embassy in Paris to the,
kged float .Mr. Webster caught severs, until frost comes and if they are
Juan. The and
Bishop Fiber ,Co., of Jacksonville, The truck farmers of Pine Island ceremony W'88'qulet United States and Spanish, peace com .
t ./I>" .of the rodents in a trap and held the to be allowed the run of the corn- unmarred disorder of k
with palmetto. He started a large and Sanibel 'Island have been hustlingfor dignified, by missioners.
4 ,cage over a blaze until the little ani- crib and hogyard to fill themselveswith kind.
h force of men to work cutting and the past six weeks. Every available any Senor ,Villaurita,-the Spanish Under -
mais died. corn day it would be more
every 'Rear-Admiral and General
; hauling palmetto last week. foot of land on these two islandsis Sdhley Secretary for Foreign Affairs, and a
them dur-
profitable keep penned
-[t A husband in Madagacar may divorce ing the ,winter, for if overfed they Tobacco worms are so bad on early under cultivation, and already Gordon accompanied by their staffs, member of the Spanish peace commission > a

;.c ._ his wile for the most absurdly will not day. crops that they have. to be gone over :planted with tomatoes, eggplant, proceeded to the palace in carriages.The was prevented by indisposition ,

t1; ::"'" .:' ',triviab-offenee. All he baa to do is to Our hen are very fat, but they are twice daily, and with the northeast peppers, cabbage, etc. If success at- Eleventh infantry regiment United and from being present.

'1 -: : call his friends d relations to the also well muscled, for they have been ,. wind of last week have given the crop tends their efforts there will be many band with Troop H of the Sixth The meeting oi the two commissions -

'l ,door of his house, and in their presence kept at work all simmer in their a bad rub; but in the past few days happy. families and much rejoicing In States cavalry, was then marched at the same table is a notable

:\t five his wife s small coin aDd pen..cratahlng for small grain and i they are Improving wonderfully. this section of ,FJoria.St. James Citycor. through the streets, and formed in event, and borrows special interest I'

'i t' ,push her out saying, -Madam( ]1 while they are plump they are also I Guy Sockel, of Tampa, formerly a Times-Union and Citizen. the square opposite the palace.At . from tihe semi-prediction of the Paris .

thank" underdone din- collector for the Ma- Donaldson of Sorrento 11:40 a. m., General Brooke, Ad correspondent of the London Times '
'lhf' you; go. An solid, and even the very ragged ones Singer Sewing Stephen ,

1 ,'l,tt'w. ,ner'-will amply justily him. are lively and as red-combed as layers chine Company, is under arrest on the has been adjudged! insane and was miral Schley and General Gordon, the that the Spanish commissioner'

j "" It.. The proper treatment for fall, charge of, embezzlement. The chargewas taken to State asylum at Chatta- United States evacuation eomm'ssiohers would not meet ttteir opponents at ,

.1"" : One of the latest Inventions in Paris winter, spring or summer is the bee preferred by the Baltimore Bond hoochee last Saturday. Mr. Donald- came out of the palace, with dinner under the roof of the American -

; '.;1. :is a silk envelope. The fabric is stiffened of care all the time.-Farmers Voice and Trust Company. He is said to be son was seventy years of age and had many naval officers, and formed on Embassy.

u} k and small of is the side of the The
{ ; : a piece paper short $150. grieved to such a degree over his right square.
the front side for the &d- behind ..
> streets the soldiers
pasted on
., ';" Fresh Water for Poultry. The Wiflson Cypress Co., since hut losses from the freezing of his orange were BISHOP EXOOIDU IOATED. ,

.. :r ''dreso. The inventor (hopes to secure The necessity for'providing poultry; Saturday, has disposed of 1,000,000feet grove that his mind became unbalanced thronged with townspeople, who Rev. Stephen Kaminski: bishop oi .

T *tin permission of the government to with freSh water at frequent intervals of cypress. lumber, ,now piled on and he is hopelessly insane. The stood waiting in dead'silence. At lasl' the Independent Polish Catholic
; 'weave the design of a 15-centimopoat- the city clock struck the hour of 12,
: is not properly appreciated. Fowls their yards, to Eastern dealers. This' unfortunate man was one of the coun Church of Buffalo ,and rector of the .
into the Bilk with the idea and the crowds almost ,
age stamp know the difference anybody sale embrace about. itwo-thirda of al ty's good citizens and great sympa- breathless Church oi Our :Mother of the Rosary. : .

fiaj. >':. making the thing a postal ourio- and appreciate a cool drink very; the Inch stuff on the yard.-Palatka thy is being expressed for him on and with eyes fixed upon the;flagpole, has been excommunicated from the
:;. :it for the coming exhibition. watched for developments.
: much.' This was proven In a striking) Advertiser. every hand.-Eustis Lake Region. Boman Catholic church.: r

,. "' "_, '-*- n. way the other day at our\ yards.' We Hon. A. J. Denham, a member 01 James M. Ward, ol Wayneaboro, has The work of the United States evacuation The decree of major excommunicate '
&fodern lathes and similar tools use
.went out toward the poultry yard and the Interstate Commerce Commissionand quite a cur city in the shape of a commission is now over ante
tkra has been declared
$ of.oU and tbis is col against
quantities ,
great, all the
noticed the birds were watching us a gentleman of prominence in double rose. The rose, though double, reports will be farwaitiea ,to the- '
: from ui& hlne. Pope.
? tooted as it come the
'V '' a* if they were hungry. :We threw Washington, has been called to may be said to be two in one, for the Washington on Thursday next the This is the
"f' Ii La tw1 of of tnetaL To purl severest penalty that
,them a little feed but did not labors of both parties (have terminated .
they Gainesville on account! of the illnessof larger of the two is a medium sized
+ +, fy."it she oil U placed in aa apparatus can be visited upon a Roman Catholic .
.J"; care for that. Then we looked into Captain W. B. Denham, of the flower nearly"1lite, having only avery with honors to all concerned. The .
;Which around. The The decree of Rome was read in all:
whirls it rapidly
the house and saw there was plentyof American commissioners worked
4 Plant Syatem.The light tint of pink. Out of the
the Roman Catholic 'churches of ButT
;$ chips] are forced out by centrifugeiorce water In the pail from which they; hartd of little Annie Van Del center of this comes a red rose, 'perfectly without the least delay. and in a most faO
I Sunday. It is said the object of
"\J : againstthe finely perforated drink, bat remembered- that it had den, daughter of Prof. A. M. Van.Del:- distinct: but quite small. This thorough and effective manner.LI .
the document is to show the seceders
fides ofthe and the oil is I
:; r, not been filled in the morning with] den of West, has been is freak of nature
Key uncommon
:;r .forced through and escapes in a purl amputated a very ; from the regular church that the In- '
fresh, water. The fresh water was and the little girt is resting wellas and of i is but simply '
'''' l as : course no species, iiUNG CHANG WEDS THE EM : dependeo, Catholic 'Polish Church
= Bed'state.'A ,
brought and the ,that crowd of *
way -
the physicians could hope after the freak. '
T! -i J a PRESS. I does not belong to Rome.
hens to drink showed that J Jt
' curious mode of catching: turtles began intense suffering she has borne in M. R. E. Rose, of Kissimmee, is' in Newspapers received in Vancouver I I r .

',ff ,is practiced in the West Indies. Is was. water and cool fresh water the past few weeks.A the city in the interest of the stock B. C., by the steamer Empress of Japan RULES DESTROYED.
that they were worrying abotrt.The .
large crowd witnessed the launching company which has been formed :to : which arrived from
= consists in attaching: a ring and a lime water they had was perfectly Hong Kong Lieutenant Knapp has returned to
of the boat ,Mayport' at New Berlin drain a part of the Everglades and I and Yokohama '
'{: the tail oi a species oi sucker fish clean, but it was stale, having stoodovenvnlgbt'end published amazIng Washington ,from- a visit of inspection .

lilt, which'is then t.hrowJo.oyerbo&rtl, and( !the hens knew it was a few days ago. The launchingwas transform it into fen immense sugar statement that Li Hung Changand to the Norfolk Navy Yard, and has reported

: } a success in every way. Miss Ma plantation This is a great enterprise, the of China ..
:'immediately, makes for the first tu not as. ,good as it should be and refused (Empress verbally to Secretary Long the
.\ which be attache bel Sttorms christened her. The own and will put under cultivation eight have been secretly married result of his
'1 'tiehe can:spy,'to to drink i.t.I as any other, flock of Inquiry. was found
of ers will 'put her on the nm between thousand acres of swamp: and lagoon, there had been '
'ff; himself: very firmly .by 'mesas' a hens would hare.done UDderthe..me: serious disregard of t

t snicking apparatus. arranged on the circumstances if they had been accustomed Jacksonville and Mayport. and will: in a few years, increase the BOILERS BURST. 'the rules governing the employment "

A .'top oi bia head. The fisherman then to fresh water. The Democratic-factions' in the population of Miami:! far into the The torpedo boat Davis, which of labor in the' rard laid down by the

hauls; both turtle and socking fish in. The contents of an eggshell are Santa ''Rosa county are in the warts. thousands. Mr. Rose says that the started on its official trial trip ;was department, and some preferential '

'-' "': t largely'made up of water and no ODe The county executive committee refuses success_of the enterprise i is assured. disabled by the bursting of a nnm ', classes had been established, in clear =

'i>\._", 1*. 'It.is a science to put"on gloves! for can make.us"believe that dean, poJat to canvass .the vote of the'pr!- Miami cor. T.U. & C. her of boiler tubes. Eight of the crew violation of the spirit of the rules. 4

:; ..the"first time. The hands: must be able wholesome 'egg can be produced mary election' and one factronhas sued Miss Nellie Willson, the accomplished ' were badly scalded, and,three of them The result will be a return to the \ ,' :

; 4!' .perfectly cool and dry. Alter the fin'gers by hens that drink habitually from out a ,writ of mandamus against the telegraph operator lately in 'I died soon after reaching Astoria, strict application of the rules and the : .

-;.il k 9 ;and thumb are in, fasten the second the drippings of the stock trough or committee compel a canvass. charge of the instrument in the .gen-I Ore. The dead are: C. ""McNeery, P. removal x> -: some employees chargeable :'

'r-t-, ;button from the bottom, coming from' puddles of manure, .:water about Two charming young ladies who eral office of the C. T. & G. R. Liiithloe, H. Wood. The seriously in.. with the irregularities.i -

:to"tie first button last. (Remove the the barnyard live about two miles north of Willscoochee here having resigned, the General jured: W. Woods, B. Ryan, A. Johnson -

\4:' gloves:frOmthewrLwt and not by theAngers We e.tegg.-; without" .stopping' to ,,have, so we are told, gather- Manager of that company has placed' A. Both A MATTER OF MUSIC.( '

., .. and leave them; turned inside think whence they; ,come, butthereis) 1 1a ed enough tobacco sacks to make a in charge of the key perhaps the The accident occurred in the Co A Third street man's neighbor had -,

;;. x _, tout( oothat sOl the moisture may dry. great.difference.in eggs. Some bar quilt and have made it, and that they youngest and smallest operator in the lumbia river, about twenty! miles bought a new piano.and the daughter .

"E In putting t away gloves they; should a delicate'flavor that;oomes- from expect to exhibit the quilt at theapproaching State in fhe' person of Master Eddie above AstorIa. The nature of the ex- had been banging away on Jt eYerC:"y.

,'' f, 'not'9be- :, toHed, but: held together. clean surroundings, clean wholesome Waycrosa fair. Ocala Crawford. This young gentleman is plosion has not been, made known, since it bed been in the house. '"

.'i"';; '" lengthwise. Light gloves may be feed and pure water.Others an taint Despatch., only four feet three end one-half inches and the examination of the boiler "Got a new piano hear" said the r

-r'. -'_5.'cleaned,"Wttfa.;floor, and rubbed" places- ed.with. the feed and water consumed *!A week. or two ago we gave the tall and weighs but flfty-Ave will be required to determine exactly man over the back fence.to iJsneighbor. e '_'
Jt e. .
-';r,? black'suede" or kM*covered..with a ,by..the hen*_ that laid them" Poultry yield of:corn1 on. a five acre patch bit I pounds. While he is young and diminutive what part of the boilers burst.;; ) . "*: :'-.-*<:':. : .

',.-miutnra.efonveoilInd.inYsnUedt and dairy cowshould f .belted.and longing MrrJ.'lC'ForresteT: whiff: there The best Got \ .-
r5- ; :; I are few better opera- theory obtainable that "Yes.:. h on tOw Installment

,. :w..7 < watered with Jf View-of 'havfnv g. 'ae !t- was' 79"bushels.:, Now;, Mr. CharlieVerr *ors in,the State, and not one on the some of the tubes o< the outward plan. l *,' rM r"' ..

,---_ ....* CRt !y lIaTo-:, egge, butter "mir- : me with the information line of the C. T..& G. R iR. that -n N>,ltr ezpWf.ed, owing to a deran ty uiat,so? norm : if youra- ;her -

I' 'S tot" -:, ofto. the h.. oairoi 1.bey are luxuries every i )u- I blip he ;-thered 43 barrels < f com rattle the little gentleman..-TaHla- ent of Nha an*.m tlc water | yaf/t t us i l. .. 'je ,,c from ftiu '

.die! maue 'u-. .l' may nave in perfection.-Ex. from a plot of ground 50x140 yards, hasseean. : . w.hlchpemutted the water '
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1 FARM GROVE GARDEN The plan affe'.iei oj mitt disease causes the root-knot on ,peach trees gtt cue tieee ample time to mature '' ....>r-:, ;. "- -"'.. '
k ail and ihib is better The onol1a arse rlese-1. 's- .
way lvX> rigiji iu tin. uteiuug microscopic worm lil.u uaiueti all growth 80 that it will
the next morning iuc p.aater notices known as anguilula. As this worm be in toe oust condition to stand the 1899 : *, ':'f''-< ,, ' .
THAT WILL INi'URES1 Handsome Catalogue' J' V ; :
y that it is wilted. No auiouuc of watering lives in the soil there can be very lit- ooiuluitt. : ,

AND AID SOIL, TILLERS. or rain can tu..ike u levive. It. tle beneficial effect from treating the method ill following nature's What to Plant and HOW to Plant !If." ',''I;:.( :-'f

Correspondence of Experienced Men .is simply wilted to WId.'t> ..led. The tubers l before they are planted and I pan uj encouraging and pushing Tells all about their Immense stock of *". " .,:-2
'reason for this is luai tue Conductive about tike only remedy is to plant uu iu the spring and and I ,; -
grow summer
and Interesting Extracts Prom Fruit Trees for Florida Planting >
Our Agricultural Exchanges Concerning tissuewhich can; u.. uio.siure from Irish potatoes upon soil not infested leaving Lime for the trees to hardenup .
the roots to the /cares have been in- with the root-knot
before cold .
s' ,Our Farm Crops. comes along.Aow Describing over tOO varieties of choice FruIts and Flowers and giving full Instructions for
terrupted and Uhe necessary! moisture mixture ; planting and cultivating same. Over: ) Handsome Pbotogniphic
Bordeaux Mixture.-Bordeaux at. to the kind of cultivation. I Illustration V' .
making It a veritable Album of Southern: iFrntU and Flower This UandsOfiwTaCUone .d
Potato Blight and food material auborued, by the may be made in the following believe Last we ought not to plow will be sent free upon application. Send for a copy it will Interest TOO If you. ue a lover

Can you give a preventive: fur whatis roots cannot be, transported! to the way: Dissolve three pounds of blue deep enough to break any roots, and I i ito of tine Fruits and FlowersOVER -

commonly' known as the blight in leaves any more than a. waterworks atone (copper sulphate in So gallonsof : dt this kind of 'plowing we need ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN STOCK. ;
.1 .
the Irish 'potato The preventive to could supply a.city witu water after water. This may be done by BUS different implements to tlhose in general ;, J\ All standard Valletta on either ; ?.

; the main was broke neat tue pumping pending It near the surface in some use in this country. I am goingto ORANGES i sassi .. ..................- your {IORANQES 1
planting station. This lunyua grows very curse ciottu as a leililizer sack or try a cutaway disc harrow.. This :

a the tubers have begun to sprout. Au quickly, and consequ.uu) acts with feed sack. Then slak.e three pounds ot will break the sod and loosen the ur- I Satsuma Orange on Citrus Trifoliata Stocks, a Specialty t .r

t in will be apparent suddenness, ueuvc the name lime in just as little water as po&ai- face so as to let the rain get to the t '
early reply
your All the best tried and tested
I( y
much appreciated. A. W. M. "lighting struck. ole. \\nen this has been slaked dilute roots and it also covers t.he'grass and : PEACH ES- } irsssr z: d1U, OOpeachtreea I PEACHES -
.. I
Uemedy.-As the lives the ": as
fuugua! in with The weeds
KEl'LY. t.uia u gallons of water. material deep enough to cause them to ;

Irish Potato Blight.-ihe term soil, tthe thoughtful icuuer will at ; is+ now ready for making the rot quickly. It u a well known fact | Plums Pears, Persimmons Figs, Mulberries, Grapesand
once understand that io amount of Bordeaux inixtuie. Mir the bluestone that ,weeds and i other fruits and flowers adapted to Florida Planting proportion
i.l "bhirhtin. -... connection with Irish -potatoes I grasa will rot sooner i
and many other plants, is used fungicide applied to the leaves can mixture thoroughly, then takeout if only slightly oovrj-ed than if buried | Over 100.Varieties. of Choice- Field-", Grown- _. -Roses.- t ;Iib

for almost any disease that may &.f- avail anything; but that it must be one-half as much as your spraying a foot deep. }
to the soil where the REMEMBER that WE PAY THE FREIGHT and that we have done so fo the -"
applied fungus is past
fed them, especially such diseases asH apparatus will contain. Now, stir Dudley Adams, who seems to have. Two Year iud also l that we were Pioneers selling grade Nursery Stock at low, 1'e .
seem to be somewhat severe In the located. On the other hand, such a the lime solution thoroughly and take been the best authority! and one of the ;

; .J case of Iriah potatoes, tomatoes aud mixture as Bordeaux mixture would out an equal amount. of this solution, most successful orange growers Florida POMONA N1TRSSRXSS \ .

egg plants there are many diseases not be used because its fungicidal pour it into the copper sulphate solution ever had was strenuously oppos- The Gritting Bros. Co. Proprs 1..Macclenay; I Florida. ,
i included in the term "blight." borne qualities are ,contained in small Hoc stir the mixture briskly for a etl to 'plowing. or cultivating with .

of these disorders are discussed below culent particles suspended in the wa- minute, 'put it into the spraying apparatus anything which broke the surface oi .

li : ter. When this water and flocculent and apply at once. Bordeaux the soil. -His great belief was in nev- PRICcLIST OF FERTILIZING MATERIALS i '-

material is applied to the saud it imxtture that has settled loses very e l&lack, Hot.-This disease of the
strains out the flocculent material greatly in Us ethcnency. After it is roots. He did his cultivation by r ;
Irish has also been known as : "
potato Under certain and lets the inert, clear material lifter twenty-four hours old it will pay bet- mulching, and 1 firmly beieve that if a rule the f :i-'( r, trucker and fruit growerhas .o pay two
g the disease. ,
: spot peculiar down through- the soil lulling the ter to make up a new solution than to we would do away with plowing and SS commissions A commission on everything he buys and'a- ,
conditions it is called "firing. I, .
fungus only to a depth of a fractionof use the old, but the two separate solu- turn our attention to hauling leaves, commission everything he sells. What we desire t- do is '
The trouble is due to a microscopic
f which lives in the tissue of the au inch or M>. sow, what' is neededin tions, i. e., the copper sulphate solution rich woods soil, and any kind of litter to save him the commission on all the fertilizer he uses jy telling {- -

plant Irish leaves. The first that this connection is some such fungi- and lime solution, will remain efficient or trat,h that will shade the direct and thus avoiding the_expense of a travelling salesman .::

can be potato noticed by the unaided eye cide as Eau Celeste, aniinoniacal solution for many days. ground and gradually decay and leach and the commission of an agent. if you are interested in saving :' }

i is a minute spot about the size of a of copper' carbonate or potassium Lau Ce'leSlte.lue stone (copper and penetrate .the earth, that we these commissions give, us your orders for it is only ty handling {'".''

pin point, or larger. This increases iu sulphide. sulphate) J t pounds; ammonia water I would have much better and health large quantities of goods that snwrKraargins can be maintar.ed. We

-', size until it become as large around Bacterial ilhgiht.-Recently" there (btr&ngth 2o degrees B), J pints; wa- ier trees.I were the lint to'take' the initiative steps to reduce the cost of fertilizer

has been much damage done to the ter, ->0 gallons; dissolve the blue should have mentioned when. to the growers and therefore should have their support. .- {'
aa a grain of corn, when .1 takes on J
a distinctly brown character and tomato crop in various sections of stone; add the ammonia; dilute to 50 speaking ol fall plowing that fertilizing If you wish a special formula mixed we will do it for you charging -.*.

shows 'pretty well on the Wve Florida b>' a species of bacterium. gallons, and apply at once. should also be left off at that time the actual cost of materials used and $1 per ton for mixing. '

up number of which makes its way into the tissues Ammoniacad Solution of Copper for the same reasons given for not. The following are our prices for the next 30 days: :.: F
lly carefully: examining a ..... ...... .. ........... ...... '""
of the host in various. ways but usually Carbonate.--Carbonate of copper, 8 plowing. We ought not to cultivateor Sulphate Ammonia, 24 to M per cent ammonia . f&MTNitrate ;:. s
leaves affected by this disease one by insects feeding plants boda,17 to 20 per cent ammonia.... .eo. .. .. .. ..eo .. ....... 40.00 .
upon water 26 fertilize in .
ounces; ammonia (strength my opinion,until la tern
I wili find spots that are marked with infected with this disease and then Dried Blood. II to 18 per cent wornoni. ........ ....... ........ ... ................ .4Qj 4
degrees B), 3 pints. Add the ammoniato the spring-after we feel certain that
irregular and indistinct concentric blood: and Bone,7 to > per ct. ammonls an d IS to S) per ct, phosphoric acid...... UMUone. .
feeding upon other plants. These in- 3 gallons of water stir in, slowly,, the danger from cold is I think
rings. The spot increases in size until ; over. fine ground. S to 4 per Dent *m monla a per cent phosphoric scld.. &00... i- rvr
It Into others that have sects carry the diseased germs in the carbonate of copper, 'pour off all also, that 'we ought not to plow or Bright Cotton Seed Meal,7 to'9 per ce nt ammonia..! ,. ....!..._,.,.....19-0 ; _
merges '
formed, or until it involve the whole their mouth parts from one portion- of the liquid and dilute to 50 gallons of fertilize trees that have fruit on them Dark Cotton Seed M ea1. B'>4 to 7 per cent ammonia...... ....... .... ..... .......'1LN----S -
destroying a plant to another and from one plant j water, use at once. The sediment may I until the fruit is well set, say when Potash HiritJ Grade, SO to 86 per cent sulphate potash U to U per oat actual4CM .
+, lea.ftd.Th'e damage is done by to another. Consequently, when the be used again, but a little less copper the orange are about the Size of a Putash. Low Grade 48 to 53 per cent sulphate potash :27 to 28 per cent actual.. ..at'" 's
the assimilating organ (the Potash, Muriate, 80 to 85 per cent muriaw of potash, 53 to 55 per cent actual.. im "
bacterial disease is started in ":
once a "'.
; carbonate should be used the second bird's .
leaf) so necessary: for elaborating the egr.Delore Potash Kalnlt, M to 28 per cent sulphate potash, U to 12 per cent actual...... iLM
crude material absorbed by the roots. field it is almost impossible to eradicate time. i closing 1 wish to urge the Hardwood Ashes, 6'to 8 per cen<.actual potash........... .. .... ;:.... ......... $.OI

White this disease can be diagnosedmore it. This disease manifests itself Potassium sulphide, also known as' importance of preparing to. protect Add Phosphate, 14 to 15 per cent\; available phosphoric acid..., ....*... ........... lUt t
in many ways similar to the fungus liver of sulphur. Dissolve three ounce -' groves by getting ready a good supply Dissolved Bone Blac. IS to 18 per cent avallabW phosphoric .. &.. ,
or less by the unaided eye, stillit Tobacco L>.*t. Tins dust U sold\j by sample and Is guaranteed to be unleashed '
It is first shown the wilt-
blight by
requires a microscope to verify the in two gallons of water and apply. of wood and sawdust putting it and to contain all its fertilising and insecticide properties... ...... ........... JOJI '

superficial' determinations. Ing of the leaf or leaflet and then This La a handy and efficient remedyfor convenient for use in making fires in round Tobacco Stems. .. .... .. ... ......... .... ... .... ...!..... 13.5l f.

-s possibly the entire stem. This soon use in a home garden or on a the groves should we have cold Land Plaster.... ...... ............ ........ ........ ...... ........ ..un ............MM -
Kemcdy.As soon as the spots be- takes .on a yellowish color and finally small scale.-P. II. Rolfs in Farmer enough to need it. I wish to say positively Salt, either coarse or fine in 200 pound sacks,, 85 cents or by the ton..;......... .....1.! f n

gin to show themselves on the leavesa uecomes, entirely lifeless 1'his disease and Fruit Grower. and emphatically, firing grovesis Copperas, put up in any size package J%cents per pound or by the ton....... MJf ... ;

thorough spraying with Bordeaux works somewhat slowly and consequently a good thing and we should be pre- Blood and Bone Bcnc Acid Phosphate Dissolved Bone, Sulphate *

;"' mixture.will be .found an emcient and plants badly infected may There is more Catarrh in this section pared for this kind of work. I triedit Ammonia and Kainit are put tp in 200 pound sacks. Cotton ;

certain remedy. li rains occur this still appear to be more or less alive of the country than all other diseases sufficiently last winter to prove beyond Seed Meal and Lar.a Plaster, ipo pound sacks. Potash all kinds '

spraying must "be repeated in a week and be a good feeding ground for in- put together, and until fiie last 'a doubt that we can save our except Kainit, 224 pounds. Nitr ate ,Soda is in.untIeD -acks from<-- r

a or ten days. If the disease is very tee ts which .will then in turn fly to few years was supposed to be incura groves from freezing if we will only 200 to 300 pounds. Hard Wood Ashes, barrels of 250 pounds. Tobacco .. -

prevalent In tine field it is advisableto well plants and Inoculate these.liemedy.This' ble. For a great many years doctors prepare to do so and ,when the emergency Dust in loo abd 125 pound bags and cases of 350 to 450-,

repeat the spraying about every disease .of the Irish pronounced it a local disease, and comes "make things smoke." J'pounds. \

two weeks. potato has not been thoroughly understood prescribed local remedies, and by con- Don't fail to get plenty of wood E. O. PAINTER & .CO. ,
: Fungus Bl1ght.-Th1s is called "pback. until 'quite recently, but stantly failing to cure with local ready. Four foot wood is a convenient s .

," wlrta lightning struck, etc. judging from other bacterial diseases treatment, pronounced it Incurable. length to handle. It can be haul- JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ar_ a tr'

The disease is due to a fungus which of other plants, we may say, with Science has proven catarrh to be a ed and stacked up near the grove so .-- '. ....,,, d

live normally upon decaying vege- some degree of confidence, that this constitutional disease, and n-sref.ire that it will be an easy matter to haul )' v
cAM You find the man wno is Interested Ia\ ., ; r-
etable matter generally. "W'Uen this is the most difficult disease of the requires constitutional treatment. and distribute it over the grove when J... the welfare of Florida and you wul.flnd, .x+z

fungus: comes in contact with living Irish potato to handle. 01 course everyone Hall's Catarrh Cure; manufactured byF. the cold wave is heard of or felt. ;.; ._ ..5.. the one who Is in no small way -fully

Irish potato plants it is able to forcean knows hew utterly impossible J.' Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio is Make up your mind that you cannot ,.. Wow R ,f'yp I alive to the Interests of its metropolis ;., r

entrance into the plant and ,become it is to kill every insect in a potato the only constitutional cure on the very easily get too much wood on i ai th* city of ,r

parasitic upon them. The outer field. Even where one scarcely market. It is taken Intern*!tt.y in d 'II- hand. If you attempt it at all do it e It: 0. ,. Je'o q@A ato

-', portion of the stem is rotted away sees an insect, if he will take the es from 10 drops to a teatpoonful. It right. There should,be fires between 22.iii'" 3 3y
by the action. of this fungus leaving trouble to examine N
the center or hard woody stem. When carefully, he will find from one to a surfaces of the system. The/ offer convenient to make them. Have on F : +.zm.cnruunens fYE:
,S the potato vine affected by this fungus dozen little creatures living upon the one hundred dollars for any case it hand three or four reliable thermometers. gs- .M. .Wi h.f f.G11411rr '. it will not occur to him that !ae-18 not as t,

t is drown from the ground one plants somewhere, and that while the fails to cur Send for circulars and When the cold is approachinghang 1 ; interested although his home,his family .

will frequently find that 4he portion ineecU may be so few that one may testimonials. Address, :, them high up in exposed places g . and kindred. may be ID. >. cF t

just below the surface of the soil has think the.field absolutely free, there F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo (). through the grove, all but one, and

s been rotted away entirely, though wild be enough ;present. to disseminatethe Sold. by Druggists, 75c. put it up a considerable distance from TAMPA

this rotting away does not always occur disease to one-half. of the potato Hall's Family Pills are the best. the grove and 'fres,-so ,that by ex- The State College x

with the fungus blight vines. Again the idea of using a amining it you can: ten the differencein '
not only a winter resort of great prominence fs-
fungicide is clearly out of the question - Following Nature's Plan. the temperature Which your fires At Lake City, but one of the busiest and most. ,

because the bacterium lives with Air. William Lyle 'writing to the are making. If your fires are properly Offers Superior Advantages for AcquirIng progressive in the entire So th.

Doctors Can't in the tissues ,of the plant and is liartow Courier-Informant. says : attended to, a difference of three a 1 'r-s

placed there directly by the insect. As I am a firm believer in the theory to ten degrees !can be made, as I have GOOD EDUCATION, AND : ; ," : :...
Consequently ft is Impossible to prevent that we ought to help each other proven by experience; :' .r 1::<-'
: Along the lines of Modern Thought and } lI $Z'
Cure It .hls' eing placed within the host. and that by consulting together we Keep a close watch on your .thermometer Activity. like Its elder,sister the southnnot ety 'r I

In the case of black rot, the spore can do so, I am going to give your and when it gets down to Engineers, Physicians, Bookkeepers of our fraternal Union the unique and ' p'.
Oontagiouf blood poison is absolutely has: to fall upon the leaf and germinate readers the results* my observationand 35 and 38 go and start your fires and beautiful cfty of \I ., '4-:

beyond the skill of the doctors. They and then find its way into the experience in cultivating orange never let them go out until the temperature Agriculturists, v.

s may dose a patient for years on their host. Now, when the fungicide is trees. has gone up sufficiently to Chemists
: mercurial and potash remedies, but he :. present the germ is killed immediately -' First! I believe we cultivate our make it certain that: danger has pass KEY WEST l I

} will never be rid of the disease j on the upon germinating, but this is not trees too much, as cultivation forcesa ed. SUCCESSFUL MEK AND WOMENIn ; l-

other hand, his condition will grow' comparable to any condition connected rapid growth. Every rootlet broken Our cold snaps sometimes last two all Departments of Industry have Is close to the warm waters)\ of to* famous 1s

for steadily this terrible worse. 8.affliction 8. S. is,the because only cure it ii with the bacterial disease. by the plow causes a double dutyto or three days and nigfhta and this is been Educated here. Gulf and each thereby' connected.. A

the only remedy which goes direct to About -fine only successful way in fall on some other root,.In orderto why I urge a plentiful supply of Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send for new for transportation yet both ar* linked to "
the world
the cause of the disease and forces it which we. can avoid this disease is to supply nOuriahmeht to the branch wood. Be prepared for a week if Illustrated Catalogue to b7 the best 6. ;

'!' from the system.I plant. potatoes upon land that has not es. necessary. -As a rule the second or
\WO. F. YOCV3I, President,
bsst was doctors afflicted> did with Blood Poison and the grown Irish potatoes, tomatoes or V\gain my opinion is that we cultivate third nights: are most dangerous. Lake City: Florida RAiLWAY':1.:::1.In .
DM no good though I toot
their treatment faith egg plants for one or several years. ,too late in the fall. It Is a well : :

fully. In act,I seemed Of course, much good'can be done by known .fact that every time 'we cultivate HOW SHE BORE FT. "
all the '
\tf"lw took almost removing every !plant from the fieldimmediately an orange tree it causes a flow of A young widow put up a costly the country and we leave you to goes* .
so-eaUedblood ROLLINS COLLEGESTANDS IU name only remarking that you "
.- remedy,but they did not upon its showing. the sap, and consequently a new growth.A monument to her fate husband and inscribed see more from Its car windows tb&zL'by can
seem to reach the dls presence of this disease, but so many tree full of sap is much more liableto upon it: "My grief is so great other -or
ease, and had ao effect FOR any way. If yon cannot find its Y -
Whatever. I was disheartened plants will be inoculated that this damage from cold than a dormant that I cannot bear it." A year or so name hero look on your railway tickets,' .; ; ,'s

,V that I would,for It never seemed be method of weeding out the diseased later, however, she married again and THOROUGH EDUCATION,I Us -7 i.

"1: -, cured. At the advie of plants must be continued from day today one.We have been having enough' cold feeling a little awkwardness about the PRACTICAL EDUCATION,
1'1 t a friend I then took '
; J 8.8.8.,and began to 1mprove. until the crop is harvested.Irish every winter for several years to In- inscription, she solved Uhe! difficulty MODERN EDUCATION.

Bdteia,sad it eared me completely. I continue, build'tBcupmy the potato Scab. -The disease of jure thrifty, sappy trees very badly. by adding one word to it-"alone.- DEPARTMENTS: THE BEST ROUTE, ,
health and increasing my appcttt the Irish known this The arises What will
,, potato; by name question as to London Figaro.
Although this was ten years ago I hats Anti CoDegiaie, Preparatory, Commercia.
yet. had a sign of the disease to return. does \lCh.damage to the crop In be done with the grass and weeds. A Music Art. Normal.
W.B. NzwNl
., Statute,tt de. Northern states. They are caused heavy roller, a brush or a drag hauled For particular* ,schedule, rates, etc.t J -f ,

It is like self-destruction to continueto by various conditions, sometimes by over the ground in the fall when the Every emphasis is laid upon the instruction write to Q. D. Ackeriy General l>asenger *-;; "" '

take potash and mercury' ; besides insects feeding upon young tubers, weeds ore dry will settle fihem into, C experts given. who The professors have held and corresponding instructorsare Agent. Jacksonvttl t -Fla. 1.'. > ': .

...totally destroying the digestion, they sometimes by.a species of bacterium. the ground sufficiently to cause them : In ttme n arr.P sold b,sere.dnvn.taP1 see. IINr -positions in the highest colleges In the .
the marrowin the bones land. ..
dry .
t up producing .. ..
'a stiffness and swelling of the sometimes by a fungus. In the latter to rot. I think it would be a good plan Beautiful Location Healthful Surrounding .
*.Modern Excellent Library, t
.Joints, causing the hair to fall out,and ,two cases much good can be done by to rake the little weeds, etc., from Fine Jrlethwr l-Fun ahed Booms, .. -
You Want : .. ,
a : t
"'. completely. wrecking the system.S.S.S.rfteBlood.: soaking the tibecs in 'a ,weak solution around the trees to the middle: of the Good Terms BoardL Reasonable. Each student given

''OIf corrosive,sut&aate or Info rows. .My observations have con- ace Your Money a room to himself Without extra charge James Grape

'- malln. Asoflther of&e: above diseases vinced me :that litter, trash, etc, if ...Bank mm we seem yeatai sltoartoeparnUmdmi 62001 K. WAD, ma ,
*. and cheast For further information and Catalogues Vine How about ti9
: :. : are'known to occur' in Floridawe very much scattered over the ground toMbMM.KtxxMa ta UM South. apply towniaM Z1JOT, Agent '- ,
= Is guaranteed Purely Vegetable, and is need"not consider'these further,, haw o tendency to attract frost. Hlassey'sgailTg'SfWrtMstonecforemtalocMBa. .ViJtrm Pox, J'U. Campbell's Early?

the only blood remedy free from these" but we'do< "have csbpy'Irish,potatoes? s I believe that the bulk of grove cultivation Vine lent by maiL ,
:,;* ",- dangerous minerals. __ V FJor'ILaAaueed C.S_.;. BIndqIauI,Ala. .."..J
in by the microscopicworm rfhould be done about the beginning Interesting price at E.H.SA Y"WABD SDeLaad .
:' ". Book on self-treatment sent free bf ........eI7.u. Jaeks avnleWla.. ti ya
.' :. grrift Specific.Company; Atlanta,0a.t (.Heteroders radicicola) which I of the rainy season This will N. N. U. 7-21 ,Fla. ":' '-
+- < 1L- -. -' .aR, ..r ;; -n--,

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r' / Tobacco in Sumatra. another place. Care is taken that bundles one, reason why the Sumatra tobacco and imports 'by years 1891 to 1897, in-! : '. .

\\ejttniiixue below the publication from the interior are placed on commands such a good price, as the elusive Fredk. S. Morse I! > :.

of extxaqta from Mr.
bulletin on the cultivation of formerly on the outside an equal of the bale have been very care- by decades. _..t

tobacco in Sumatra: chance of fermenting. The tempera- fuNy assorted and that it always conforms Decade ending Value. REAL ESTATE :

Stripping and Bundling.--The to- ture gradually goes higher until it to what written upon the 1860. . . . .'.. . . . -.a 345,957.00

the of outside of it. 1870. .. .. . . . .. . . . 215,903.00 _
baooo is stripped on a little platformabout finally temperature
v F.. when the fermentation 1880. . .. . . . .. . . .. Miami Dade Co. '
about 130
12 feet square in the drying degrees ] Florida. 'I..w.r.,,
= ; shed. The bottom and top leaves of is stopped. This maximum Early Days of the Orange. 1890. . .. . . . . . .. 3,024,557.93 .

the stalk are kept separate. These temperature must not 'be attained too From a bulletin by WiM'am .\. Taylor 1891-1897. . . . . . 4450725.74 i ,; .

r are again divided into ragged and quickly, as the quality of the leaf assistant pomologist of the Department j Imports of lemons, by years. AGENT FOR LANDS Oh *** / :" ,
be of Agricuiiu-p, we find the Year Value
k those which have hole in them and would suffer No statement can !
r' those which are Mack and heavily made as to how often the
turned over, or when this should statistics in ,reference to ihe orange 1892. . .. . .. .. .. . . 4560261.17 Florida o .
.n Coast
speckled. These four kinds are put Line Canal and Trans. Co. . '
be done as rt depends upon the con- and lemon: 1893. .. .. . . . . .. .. 4,993,82987 .. ,
together in separate bundles of about
50 'levs each. They are tied with dition of the tobacco,especially as to Auction sales of oranges from the 1894. .. ,. .. .. .. . . . . 4,284,815.92 s-itr..m Boston and londaAtlantIc Coast Land (/o, ', ": -:.'

how moist it was when put Into the Mediterranean were of frequent occurrence : 1895.. .. . . .. . .. . . . 3,917,106.7i ... .. .., +
s the same string with which the tobacco
Y- in New York City early in 1896. . . . . .. .. .... 5,027,732.95
was .hung up in the .first place.This
stripping is done early in the pile.The so-called fat or "quality" tobacco the present century but ao separate 1897. . .. ... . ... .. ... 4,025,354.19

rooming.fTbe ., madeup of leaves from the sec- mention of oranges in the schedules Lemon production on a commercial Bank of l My' BiscayneMIAMI

,. bundles are brought to the fermenting ond half of the stalk--that is, from of imports appeared until 1855 when scale in Florida is commonly: traced to 4.

., abed in baskets. No care top leaves-has to be treated diner their value is given as $476,694 Dur- the introduction of choice iMediterra-

is taken to separate the leaves into ntly from the drier bottom leave of ing the four years that this fruit' was neau varieties by General Sanford
much separately scheduled the Imports varied about 1874. Much difficulty for 1
y lengths, except that in a general way the plant. It can not stand as was FLORIDA. : -
-} there should not be too great a difference heat as the latter and must be fermented from that amount to $753,61 in some years experienced in determining ,
.,Y I between the length of the leavesin much more slowly and gradually 18
T the same bundle. The baskets for It will have to be torn down i are not separately stated; but marketing the fruit, and just as a reasonable Conducts a General Banking
than the dry in 18 83. when the item reappears it degree of success was attained M BROWN
rebuilt often
wl carrying the (bundles are about four and more PRESIDENT Business. Issues Drafts All I
amounts to $1.010.06256.: This was the freezes of lSi!>4 and 1895 destroyed on
order obtain light
t t' feet in diameter and about two feet tobacco in to I
1tl 1tlr high. They ore lined with matting colors which are desired. In makingup the maximum which was followed bya a very large proportion of R. R. MoCORMICK, Parts of the World. Accounts :. '. .; a
z decline-, which reached its lowe VPRE" ,r. Solicited and \
,x .,, L and have strong handles They will a pile of the finest grades of tobacco groves of the State. As the lemon is Every Con .
point! in 1894. The great freezes of than the and CHARLES H. GARTHSIDE.CASHIER, sistent -'\ '
hold about 225 of 250 bundles. Care the bottom layers and the top less hardy pomelo orange With Conservative Banking .

i'' I must be taken, in packing the basketsnot of the pile are usually made of bro- 1894 and 1895 were promptly followed comparatively little interest in i Extended. ,

to pack the bundles in too tightly ken and inferior tobaccos, as the bj largely increased importations its culture has been manifested in ;

+ and they should not come above fermentation does not take 'place as which in 1897, when a value of $3,341- CO .ESPONDEN'rS: :
;' the edge of the basket. They are then readily here as on the inside of the In California! commercial lemon cul- r-- r I

covered with matting and sent on an pile.The 641\.f was reached. The following tables ture is also of comparatively recent Seaboard National Bank, New York.Jacksonville.., ,; f .
/ show tine annual imports
., ox cart to the fermenting shed, each principal fermentation is thus average date: a beginning having been madeat Nat'l Bank Jacksonville '
: of decades 1860 to t
by ,
.cart carrying two basket The baskets done before the sorting, as after the : oranges National City by F. A. Kimball In r 'j 'b, .. 1

;& are numbered and the weight of sorting there are so many different 1800, and imports by years, 1891 to 1869.. It is estimated by the Californiarruit FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT: .{ "
each is put on the outside in plain grades which have to be kept separate Grower that on January 1, 1897, Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne, New York. '
T letters. that it is impossible to makeas Average annual imports of orangesby there were 1,197,098 lemon trees in ( .
"' The contract with the coolie ends large a pile with many of them as decades. orchards in the State, of which 231,510 ,

4 .:; as already stated, with the delivery would be desirable. Occasionally Decade endingVale. were of bearing age. The crop of Elegant Iron Yanlt and Burglar-Proof( Safe Hito Triple Concision 'Time.LocksMT r . e

C' of the tobacco at the drying shed; howeter, these grades are referment- 18t'0. ; . . . . . . . . . .$625,02400 1896-97 which, as nearly as could be of the --> "
lost I Imnroied !tare.Ai'E. ;
i i'.:: all the work which he does after that ed in order to improve the quality of 1870.1 . . . . . . . . . 481,64100 determined, amounted to 462,900 ,boxes o hi m ,-. .. ,

he is paid for separately. In some the leaf. 1880..u, . . . . . . . . is likely to show a large annual in- '

plantations. the stripping and bundling Sorting.-The ragged leaves are 1890.'. |i. . . . . . .. . 2,293,447.34 crease and ,to greatly reduce importations -

is, done by the coolies, and in usually assorted first of all when the 1891-1897 . . . . . . 2,054,408.92 of this fruit. :J: 'IJ'

14 r many of ahem by the Javanese women coolie first domes In from the field, Imports of oranges by. years. Limes.-Limes were first separately ,

'and children. The payment for as there is little else for him to do Year Value. scheduled. in 1858, when imports Is ak
rapidly forging to the : oat
stripping and bundling is one doewit at Chat time. The sorters sit on matting 1891 . . . . . . . . . .2330127.71 t amounted to but 2024. So far as : .

.r'' per bundle. A' doewit is one thousandth near the windows on both sides 1892.. .. . . . . .. . . 1,210,080.$0( can be ascertained, the maximum importation ""I '
part 'Of a Mexican dollar. The of the fermenting shed. They have in was reached in 1891, when ';
i i8:1.: 1,696,277,24 .
actual doewit piece is no longer in front of them wooden pins stuck on 1894. . . . . . . . . 1,111,059.15 the value was $59,867.35. A distinct The Leading City, in South Florida. :

y "., use, but it remains a basis for calcula the ground in the shape of a half 1895. . . . .. . . .. . .1,997,51\.31: decrease has occurred since then, the I ,--.' -
tions. The 10-cent piece is in use, circle. These are for the different imports of 1897 amounting to but $23,- Y
189C. .. . . . . . . . 2,694,15540
;; representing 100 doewits. With the kinds. of tobacco. The tobacco is usually 700.29. The following tables show the EVERYBODY IS GOING TO MIAMII "/ '
1897 .. . . . . . .. . . 3,341,646 ".
: > Mexican.dollars worth 80 cents, as itt divided, with infinite care! and average annual imports of lime by '.. -
The sour is supposed to have "
J was. when. I waa living in Sumatra, judgment, into the following kinds: been introduced orange to Florida soon 8'ter decades, 1860 to 1890, and imports by Now is time to secure a CHOICE LOCATION, either 'f for. .

the payment for 100 bundles would be Brown dark gray, light gray, yellow, the settlement of fit. !Augustine in :years, 1891 to 1897 inclusive: : .

about eight cents, American money. multicolored, coarse not speckled, 1565. The species found a congenial :Average annual imports of limes, Busfness or residence. Choice locations in the city for sale b) .*' f
lr ermenUng.-Very much of the value slightly speckled, dark and brown by decades.
.,; of the Sumatra tobacco is'depend and home and was soon widely scatteredthroughout Decade ending- Value. '
c. slightly speckled, gray light
the The sweet
ent upon the infinite care that is taken speckled all colors, little broken 1860..S .

:" throughout the whole period of Its dark and brown, little broken orange was undoubtedly introducedat 1870. ..... ..... .. .. ... ... 10,170.00 Fort Dallas Land Company I i
F production. The minute care and incessant gray and light mudh broken a later date, and being easily propagated 1880. .. . .. .. .. . . . .. . 29,795.80
seeds and bud
vigilance of the Chinese coolie all colors, sweepings?: and trash. both by WRageneral'ly tie 1890..,. ... . .. . .. .. .. . 48,765.70 I , a

,, ,. acting 'under the supervision of Some -of the estates have other divisions distributed throughout 1891-1897.. ... ... . . .... .. 41,437.46 Call JOHN B. .
i settled portions before the beginningof on REILLY Agent, '
.-' the manager' and''the assistants who and some of the kinds here Imports of limes by years. -
represent the companies' can hardly mentioned are again subdivided, but the present century.pract'ic-d Commercial did Year Value. Fort Dallas Land Company, Iiami'1. 1,; 5

i / be conceived' by an American. Nowhere these are about' the most important. orange culture as now I 1891. .. ... . .. ... .. ......$59,867.33 Or J. E. GRAHAM Vice-Pres't' '
until after the ;
r i.tr 1 .. however,is this: care and thou The experienced sorter ,the not begin acquisitionof 1892. .. . . . ... .. . .. .. 37,829.44 .
opens I
FAit :. otoglr! consideration of details shown bundle whidh he gets from the stickin )Florida by the United States,)and 1893... .. .. . . . ... .. 47,196.36 l-10-tf-ts-m( Fort Dallas Land Co., St. uktistineFla'l l

',' ';; more dearly than in the fermenting front of him and commences to di- at first was confined to such eligible 1894- .' .. . . .. . . . .... 48,763.50 -- t :

_and .sorting--and. grading. vide it, independently of lengths, into sites as existed along navigable water 1895. ... . .. .. .. .... . . 28,103.63
for the GRADE
The' tobacco conies direct from the different kinds. Two or. more coolies, which the transportation close of the lat'3'VAt' 1896.. ..... .. . .. ... /. .. 39,601.69 A HIGH FERTILIZEIt"II,;

c" drying sheds to the one fermenting that work in partnership with him, fruit. After 1897 . .. .. ... . .. .... 28,700.29 ..
yA the industry with wonderful T 2.A."V"E
abed, which holds all the tobacco of but who are not experienced enoughto grew Though grown in a small way in !
steamboats '
*' the e ta.te. It does ,not leave here until do the sorting, take the leaves out rapidity made possible the shipment of the southern Florida since an early date, QUALITY AND REPUTATION: :
fi 2t
: 4 packed and reedy for shipment to of the compartments between the the lime has never risen to distinct 4 "I
fruit for longer distances. In season i
r the ,European. markets. wooden'pins, and. lay them down In of 1886-87 over 1,000,000 the boxes commercial importance there w.hileI I The Ideal Brands= Have These. .
x fetmen.tafJon'has''two purposes. such a way that the leaves of the same in California, except possibly in a few ;
and 1804-95 the
were marketed, by an-
:The first is to insure the proper tex ,length come together. These leavesof specially favored localities its cultivation Then and when
ton :
:\ anal crop amounted to over 5,000,000 why pay $35 $40 per you can get a
for market has not been .
ture and color tot attempt
; gloesy.eppearanee,
theMme then made
length are up boxes. Since 1894-95 shipments have strictly high grade, reliable Fertilizer' the following prices ? '
t the Tea*. It brings out the characteristic into;>> bundles of from 35 to 40 leavesin ed. ;
,:,. . of leaf been comparatively insignificant, but IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE.. ...........|30 PER TON ,
a properties a wrapper each bundle, bound together witha
A. with favorable seasons may be expected IDEAL POTATO MANURE.. $SO PER TON
.j;: Y' "E ___which ore 'hardly apparent when the piece of string, usually made of the to reach 1,000,000 boxes by the Care of Corn Fodder. .. IDEAL VEGETABLE MANURE............. .'... .,>S30 PER TON 4f
\-0. r'1eaf J is cut in the'Seld. It' is furthermore inner bark of a tree. These bundles 1900.A Every man \of experience knows IDEAL FERTILIZER (for all cropH) ... ..... .917 PER TON ,
necessary to press the tobacco are kept together until they are in- year that the value of corn fodder as a IDEAL BLOOD, BONE AND POTASU.$2s PER TON _
> .into-b.1Nm that! it can be shipped spected and received by one of the considerable production of oranges stock food depends very largely upon SPECIAL MIXTURE NO. 1 .. '. .... ,.. ...... ......J5 PER TON '
was developed in a limited district CORN FERTILIZER ..,...,*30 PER TON ,
in form. it in condition.
h compact assistants. The inspection is storing away good
very All Fertilizer Material at Lowest Market Price e
Formerly when dark colors for cigar thorough both as to color and lengthf in southern Louisiana previous There is no other product of the farm Ask for our book, "Why We Make tbe Ideal Fertilizers." i I
to but since the freeze of thatyear
4 l wrappers were La much favor byde&1e.ra leaf and,any leaves which.,should that suffers more deteriorates more
and the crop of that district has been from rained Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company, ,- ,
the manufacturers, the not be in the bundle are taken out. rapidly+ being wett- upon
't tobetoco worked' to of little commercial importance. than fodder. It therefore be- JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
was up a very high The coolie is then credited in the ban- corn '
heat'in, floe: fermenting pile; .but since ale book and paid at the rate of about In California the orange was planted comes a necessity to handle fodder Pig's Foot Brand Blood and Bone, $17 per ton. '
Damaraland the Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer 844 ton. .
Guano *
t ,lighter colons are more sought for: three doewKs for each bundle. He in the mission gardens at an early with great speed .and promptnesswhen per

: 'dle fermentation has to be done therefore has to ,sort outabout 333 date, and according, to a recent writer < it is in condition to stack or CHASE & BARNEY, AGENTS. -

""n' more slowly and not to such a high bundles to make a Mexican: dollar. in the Fruit Trade Journal the first : mow away. 3-17-tf-L/i-q ,I MIAMI, ,FLA.E.A.WADDELL.

f degree of'heat as.f' rmeriy.C This money is divided by the sorter orchard was planted at:San Gabriel in I The wise farmer will leave the -I f e.-IftF

,It is impossible err the.space of this between himself and his helpers as 1804. An orchard was planted at Los shucked corn lie upon the ground-for

_._ 4 article *o describe. the process of fermentation they :mutually. agree. Angeles by Don Louis Vignes in 1834, days at a time, knowing that npened
: : in 'all'' its1 details Expe-: All of the different kinds of tobacco and General Bidwell reported that in grain will suffer but little if indeedat /

"""'.. .- ",t 'rience' and judgment enter into the are now put into separate piles 1845 the three largest orange orchards all, while he immediately hauls in Miami City and County i?

matter so largely' that only' one who each pile having'its mark'on a little there were those of 'Wolfsldll Carpenter the fodder and stores it away whenit

has had'this experience can appreciate label. After this, the bundles in each and Vignes. is in good condition thus avoiding Real Estate Bureau i

the changes which are goIng' ODIn 'pile are carefully sorted by lengths, The present era of commercial or- the time and expense of refthockingt _- t.

the pile,.and can judge of the necessary and each kind is separately divided In- ange growing in California dates from to say nothing of 'probable: later A select list of Bay Bianavne property, City Lots, Frail sand 1

and farther treatment. to bundles: having leaves.of the same the foundation of the Riverside colony loss in food value. 1 Anything that will Vegetable tracts of all sizes for investments. o ,

'' "; The tobacco is put into piles of length to be baled together. As each in 1872. The orange'was largely :planted facilitate in this ''labor is of positive Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on West Coast. ,,

., .three ..kinds, the "quality" or top bundle already contains only leavesof early in ,the history of the colony, advantage ,Co: the farmer. The Elec- :\

leaves bottom leaves' and ragged tobacco uniform length, all ,the coolie has and after the adaptability of the tric Handy ''Wagon manufactured by For correspondence enclose' stamps. .... : c

: The 'piles are built up on mat to do is to measure the whole bundle, Bahia (syns. Washington Navel, Riverside the Electric Wheel Co., of Quincy, HI., AGENT FOR r .

;" ting One; 'row is spread on the' matting and then keep the four different 'Navel, etc), two trees of which would help out amazingly. In the first ARMOUR & CO. 'AIRMOTER WIND MILLS;

j'.Y r the 'bundles being placed close lengths together. The lengths are as were sent! to Riverside by :Mr. William place it is so low and so easy to load Fertilizers, Chicago, ill. Chicago, III. '

.together+ lt.h. the heads in'the same :follows: ((1))) From 16 Inches up to Saunders, of the Department of -Agriculture that a load of fodder may be placed Avenue, 'over Ban, MIAMI FLA.17tM.fsm '

direction.. At the, corners the leaves 20 inches; ((2) from 12 to 16 inches; in 1873 was demonstrated, upon it from the ground; in the sec- &- ... - .. '
-- -- --- --- -- --- ----
:,f; are spread rtrt' like a fan. In this (3) from 9 to lattice and (4) from it soon became, as it :continues be, ond place the, whole operation may be .

; way layer. after layer is put on until 8 to 9 Inches. 'Before the tobacco is the leading fruit of the district. Or- performed by one man, thus savingthe ::I: CJ'B:: '

.t,. 'the pile is from'four to six feet high. sorted into lengths it is occasionally anges are grown commercially In several expense of another.hand. Their \

:' ., < WbbaA, large'or ra.ther"a;; high pile j put tJU.ongh.a second fermentation, portions of the State, but chiefly book, "Farm Savings" illustrates howit

-.:.> .{t.r..: v.,Is .to. 'be made hoHowbamboo rods and. In this case the temperature occasionally in southern,California* It Is estimated may be done and tells an:about this Distilled Water.......>- ---. .Orders Promptly Filled..

"_ are Inserted in :the middle of the pile, ' runs,up as high as 150 degree -I that ,the crop now ;being marketed and other things you should k ow.
-, which a thermometer is placed at F. and from the State will ,exceed for before to Miami Ice Co. Forest Lake
.!;E :.in even higher but this is 3,500,000 Send a copy you begin Mgr. : ,
,.y ts, ?;; -=the.endjOf a.stick. The outer end of not advisable in the production boxes. haul in your corn fodder. .hn..4 j,' I y .

"1. ,: the bamboo has a.jAug _oLjcotton, so .light' colored wrappers.In Oranges are also commerciallygrown
',' ._:that the temperature of the outside sorting as to length,the umatra In Arizona, shipments ,aggregating HAm> UP. }a
r rLOOE.
.:> un'aot:4nterfer:with. that of,the Inside. p1 u.ter.ls:1u: to be,.=1.f.i 1bersl: 149 car loads having been made Dad-You are a regular rolling FIRE FIRE! FIRE !

: .." ..-. ; With:smaller piles! :and espec- that' is, when -a. bundle {adjust longenough from Phoenix In a single week of'December stone, my son. Did you know !that a :

""I:! :p:'**' ,tally: ,'with trash' and inferior tobac; to go for se' nd?!length he: 18 1.'Lemona.Importa. rolling atone never gathers any moss? : OUT s :" ., j

'.' "'eov fins ly'ti bamboo sOcfe is inverted will ,take'no_chances,,an 3irll rather of lemons were 'on-Yes, but the rolling stone 1 -

. : in the pDe ''without ....}thermom- put H _wlth'the'third' ; i .t thjTa f.fnn _the first, separately stated. in, 1858, when would like to raise a little dust'just INSURANCE. '

stet., 'The manager,On touching the risk of 'criticism from;tjiej European they amounted $301,492. 'From 1802 now, dad, for a change Boston .

(stick' when it la withdrawn, Judge dealers.? ;Also; if the'rGoba eco is all to 1882, inclusive* lemons .were not Courier. Don't get frightened. This is limply a timely reminder to place torn '

L '- j how>warm the pile is inside. In etffl paekedand.a little td acro left 'of. separately scheduled: but in 1883 the Insurance Place on Insurance your BoUdingi in the .Stocks Household Furniture etc i,\
your "
,- t .: .-.uDa eripl.bDd..ia'c.tmpiiPQt two three. of.the\differt-rit, ,grades, Import had.risen,in .value to$ ,m- THE DIFFERENCE.! '

.! : ,j' i ,in:'between;thebundleYhen, the which would make 'toge$ier one bale, 787.49. The maximum.was reached In ,Pip-The': ;great difference between : British .America, Western or Imperial Insurance fCof: ; '
'I temperature <*ieNAo* abartlOG'Adegreei : the-planter ; r.. .. !It
,:< : pnta'ontha.'balethi 1896 when lemon Imports amountedtb wthite. lies'and black ones is- .
-" ':"",- -,; { '.,,1eVIieIs.titkea; *downrtlre' .mark!,of ,thermos!',?inferior: .;of the .$$5,027,732.95.. The.following---tables i tjnlp-That the flrlt t ooesr belong to W.. M. FEATHERLY. ,-AGENT -. _J;: i1cm'ee
o.R itT ::lven It f40? -ce to)'ool'off kinds, .' t.ha.l1e buy rta tb' ben- .,0 the average: 'annual imports ourselves, and -a 1'ttls; latter to other over Ertel' Grocery, eo .r1ith .t,.... ."uIAvt!:ueh.. .M."'iMt{.". :,;.. ....... ,

slights ntdx +esvfti. 'k put up in ". of the dou: *t in t >. I cis 1- of lemons by leeades,. 1860 to Ia90'. people.. -(Pp to .Date.. :' J -- I 1m .tf-t. AE'

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t make over> the bone thereafter nine .Directors. shall Lega '/Notice. W' inKD-'iKVBKAL''l'Jtumo. T Y f
ADDITIONAL MINCE MEAT. an especially quick trip .I't'non.tn this sUttf feraaaage oof bosW .
new line from Jacksonville and points be chosen first,who',hall then proceedto NOTICE' rr IKTMTIO?Vo-ArrtT: i-pE As_ &Jn tress In their own and-n *rtvrcountie3'>> U W ," -+
'" __ North and West to Hanna. the election of the other officers provided InaunU8''RCA1. mele1vro16"v4orksroodnMedtt Lowe, ;
TO SILL AX Rtralgfif faw.ft tur'aDd eipcni de f ). 1bonan.
'Nice, sweet, California grapes at The new service will give,Florida for in the articles of incorporation. E8'UT& A; IJ Oa.i '. .} *,hO more,notes*salary.. .. ,,gRelerencee 'J
Tic professions the Arcade restaurant, and fruit stand. two lines to Havana the'Plant Steamship The Directors shall hold a regular Joot'1011e' 1If'11-addft JfnE.on..r. :.k.
berebyctveu that' iUltd-niued
Notice the
meeting on the first I' envelope*. Herbert R. 1 H ,.""""", ;; .:t'""a
6213m.ftlL. 1 Line from Port Tampa, and the quarterly; Intend. to make applicailob't> the Honorable Cbkag.r Yid-m'4f-gtdste-poegnl "
East'Coast Line from Miami Floridais Wednesday of each of the months of "j ,.r'b
A. Colee of the Miami Transfer
.\. lleyier, at the Court Home*t Jooo,Pad C\\ ,..
.41 Company came down from St. Augustine the natural gateway, to Cuba atid January, April July and October, at the Fourteenth ..
w county. Florida on IIQ da1i.. : ; .
: A b, 4: C y l travel to and that island the office of Association, They Fla ,
for: a few days' WedneSday. from promIses shall carefully examine theboob of day of Nolember.A.D1t88foramtbority!) :: t i ; CdaIeoiasalaF Re'IJJ:, --:1
Mr. and*.Mrs. E. Edward of Rut to be rJ'coDslderable during. ell tbetindirlded on -tblrd loU-rent oJKraok! ,
.. Association and shall have
. the| general
'"- land -Vt. the first'tourists coming winter and .especially" II. Dtmlck minor I In tut 2iodthe'Ndrtb: AirTJne; y rya :
:GKO.M.BOBBIKS. W.um 8.Ga&Ax were of the the island ,will become supervision over the. Executive Com New.:Northern Florida tad:
GRAHAM season_atone Biscayne this week. soon very flail of tbe Sooth-west"QiUrteTbf the :(01111we. 1 "' :Florida TrnnkLiaeTlme : t i.
OBBIN8:alt 00.. greatly Americanized.-Times-Union mittee', and, from time to time .. ; j
,. The large gas engine for the pump and Citizen to. tbe Executive* Committe to the t Quarter or Section.Fire )a Township Table Id Effect JI1'1,119$., sNoss
... ,Thursday.
> ;.t x Fifty-three Sooth. gait aid ; J.
-- station Range Fortf-two >
ing at the head of the river is
.. : shareholders and the general public,
'ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ] deM>rlbed land coot ina.sty-two''acres more c'NCtk'TIlEIt.,. '. .
now lying on the river wharf Association .
waiting. the policy to be pursued by the j ( Daily"NOm'! 'J fFU1NT$. tMrylDaUy:f' '" _
'will practice In ail courts. State and Federal to be placed.. DADE COUNTY HORTICDLTUBAIr and the general object and purposes or less.Dalrdat 1- ,'... ,
Special facilities for examining and perfecting ofincorporation. Palm Beach,Florida,tbU13t& day ft Ota ecnp Lv..JaetanavGte;1.Ar f1f.a.1Sp" .i
SOCIETY. the .
:.W. H. DeWitt left early in the week *s.let forthin ..
T. "'raand Titles. complete of October A. D.lS58. E.N.DlillCK. '84a: 'lFV "'......:l-.yu1ef"" ;...; S4ua7i6a 8..op4 i
loss South Dade The Director shall j- '
dug for
Cleveland .
but "
.4 Lb net books CODQt will return in a few .al.fmla4r.. Sass tl.p r.Ferna.ndlna.'L' loop : .
43 and receive dally reports Iron the Clerk ol' days ..to.resume the work of executor Its Constitution. and BJ.Laws.u0ptt4 at UM designate three oftbeir number to act Guardian of 'eze .VUnymMpjtteip! "-.;;:,Kverett..ii is 'TOM 'Gp l '1Rrunswkk. '"'1-"
"the Circuit. Coart at Juno showing all land upon the'estate of Mrs.Julia D.'Tuttle. JfMti&f Eald la K1&m1'Oet.': ..ISM. as an Executive Committee, of which BOBBIX B QB4H1X.. Solicitors for) laid Goardlan. .t .., ....", _;-n seep' r..
c" ..... Abstractof Title w ..8naonah .,w saca f
; .it'&raD. All the etrtt&ed chair 1. etUooYlAxE : 1 ;:.;; 44jJ :-
pF Jor South Dade county an nude-at our Miami The-METROPOLIS has just received The following Constitution was the President shall be ex offlcio I:CIK IIJ:>P L1'.::&nnnaJr...:; S10-44w .'.'<::. <:
.. " *' this week fine new outfit of type,forjob' adopted at'tbe meeting 0'the, man. Tbe Executive Committee shall -- CHEEK ;LAND J'ORsm. 1IKJ IIW' Ar..Fairfax; S. C.:'Lv .Slla slip., : _
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'it4If.i 241 24u Denmark' P tJU 1Up ::'
; of air the & : : ;
: ; DADE, CO.. ,FLORIDA. "printing;. consisting of a large Dade County Horticultural ,Associations have ceneral supervision shall Kp a S6 a .....AUICUS&&;0&:.:;.,,". tHo.. ,.... ;;. r .. .
-' ; affairs of the Association, and w .8.O<< "* 12 rla 11 SSS-.s,*
number of the latest designs for,the Fifteen Acres. High *eairie. 4<<

hA held on October .8,"and the'B.Lawl.were direct its choose its agents .._.. 1I25 "- 5 _
operations, Hpartanborg"Charlotte. OOp .4.- .1 c'
't.' art Pure .
.;JA..*aAxnzz$ H.r.ATKZBSOV printer's the salaries and Five Acres High ;* __ .h I. AItn-It.yN.o-: 06p.- ;; s+... -.
': ; :* ATKINSON ,Take your watches,- clocks and jewelry read. The meeting was employees, / and ,I This prairie land -IIDurlj'aU[ ,high u S a.a .' .-.r toaop .ts a, r. ;J." ;
fSABDDS'. .. which needs repairs II.T.Wha- then adjourned, to be. called, by the compensation for their'senlees enough for'U111n"00 without drainage and I. slp,047a'aitsbuax: r. .ti. U5 p 817 f -' i:1:
the facilities rich. The land is floe build- *oreenftboreT'" '*' 706 ,
provide necessary for very high pine at 1043pl210p 7 0p .
itV ATTORNEYS ler,Arcade building. 6-24-tf-ycl President when a certain number the.transaction'of the business.of the log spot and quite.free of rock.,One mile from Il lip ,130l M Danville.Va n*' 07p SUB.ISOOn .. 1 fN Ii ..._.
John'W. Morley of Kalkaska Mich. shares shall be sold.- At this"meeting; the first depot,post office and schoolhonse t:.For price ;'C4U& .r.pr..Kkb %";;.". 100sesp .> ':'I:." '
.4.. t' AND NCELORS'AT LAW company. ;They shall meet on and terms call on. or addrea',1 r ;na: x LxiM-bburjt," *, J". 1t'-: e { ,
: Cp WUA passenger on Tuesday's. train besides the adoption of the By-Laws, ':Wednesday of each and .every month D.J. a D1IBAI1GB.' rae 1:1 '.--..Charlolteerlll&- llSp 1_'; :fii ... ff,-,
r:" _Olleiy "lIero..r' et BuUdlnr, He stopped at Stuart for a' few days '' at the office of the :aoelatlon.haU Corner 4th street. and Avenue B,. I .4ta 9 "..,.W'htnctoa.: .. II let 10 43a, :t.:.:>'
there will be the election of a Board: 0Bot 20, : .- son "".,:BaIUmore.1"" : x
V ; PImp :
ltl5p -
'if 1 1."" MIAMI, Cu.FLOBIDA.: but will coma' on down. to Miami to examine .the books of the So... '
y : ... carefully J.2D$ .. 'JllllUt'FLA.'j 1.0 156 -, .rhlildeiphiav": 720a 656p ; ;.
,e,, '.1<' look over the- field for a colony of of Directors. Association 'confer 'with the ,oftlcers'and I II 1231& .....:t.New.YorL_; M. 12 t5a '30p '!:

fi ; JMO. A, WOBLKT,- Urand Army men ..:The,Constitution and By:Laws were give such directions as from time I :t8app '(lOp .-o..Bf1IItOlt.. ...; M", 30p60PptOO| >: \ ',&'.;

"'- r ;r & i H. E.:Bemts. :who managed theBis.eayneaatwfnterlwill voted to be published in tbe MXTKOPOLIS to time maybe necessaryr subject. to _.t legal 6 Lv4laekeanIDe..Ar. t 5.e K', _.
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{ .J .l\TTORNEY Ai;LAW. ) manage the of 'October 14, but for some reason the approval of.the full Board of Direct- : f018a 74:p 9 415$ .Ar."!.';:4.Everett.a.Lv.Atlabla: : 11 Wp 170.h" ,1.. .!j.j..z
Victoria and inner their next regular meeting.An Rote 1 415a B Chattanooga7. '- :
tors at ;
Royal the Cartha- .
-1"f: : V General practice to State and federal Court blve'not hold of : . saok.JS 'I
'- z 'S AB badness.entrusted will! receive prompt altenttoo. genla,.Nassau this winter these we able to get Auditor shall appointed by tbe < "j ;:.. 'I ," ;..Ctneinnat" "
< S. 1 ;V ; ; crt. hotels now' being in the Florida East the drafts of the tame untifcthis week. Directors, who shaft, examine all : 1a.Na3tkavealaekeoufife'at6mre.Tsrs, "l.s it,. :
.1 i : .: CJVAttnt tor Oermaala Ufa Insurance Coast Hotel System.. A large number of sample copies the accounts' and evidences''of indebtedness tee al 4:4$ p.nw, FeroalldDiaat.::>>p.*,Bver- .
.of New Y rk.. All kinds of life policies written. eat at V-V and arrives Brunswick a&8:40 p.m. ,.
;J-ac.. Brown's BnUdlnc,Av.D aDd ISta 8t TZfi; ;Budge and K.R. Taylor spent METROPOLIS are sent out_to truckers ;and no money *shall be< paid by' *.1 Y -Bi arrives at KverUA at tie ar sa,; OJ, .. 6
the Treasurer on his certification Feraandln7Ti5a. Yotee 1fAt' .:: .:
except leaves m. arrnex
l FLORIDA. Monday. .Tuesday and Wednesday vvboare: not subscribers I in order,that of the correctness of the demand. a.m.and arrrvet at JrkMnTtUe at S.-40 a.m. 't."
banting .deer'in. the vicinity of the -Non.si, 33. 3ft aDd i".nuke eonnectione for' "
ail l may know 'the exact intentions of He shall perform such other- duties, in I } .. ,
Hlllsboro. bunted in R4.
Brunswlet.arrlrlogBrun"wkkf :
W. ALLEN They vain. The .c ; p. --4.r;:
: (QEO. :, only thing'theior n across in the the 'Association.The. ,MITKOFOIJS_ the management of tbe.affairs of the : Couofly 8:40 p.m.respeettrely. For J( Oneans traoi_:: '
with Ajarera
from time to time. leaves Jackeonvnlef:45.m. throoghjleet
.Association: as say
shape of" deer wl8'dear'experl hopes that every person receivingitcopy'this ( .' arriving New Orleans 7:40 :r
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.ATTORNEY_ AT LAW- _fl.;'T.Whaler.has had'hl-entlre stock week will pus it to bis neigh:: be delegated to him shall bv'the be answerable Executive: : tMOIJII1:sleeper line. -Arrlret, :,Jaekat- .. ,,i-'7.; ".
: .nd t
i -l". _.:" Committee.,; from New Oi1eaasC:6Zp.m. t'. .;
1dhderL of watches,clocks and jewelry shipped bor who has not got'one and'call+bli to such f ,< sLtxPDfO' ... .. ; '. ;.
written CA&StxwL
h ',win?raette la. ;ill.CodrU State from'Bartow Mlantt and make a report - -C.. ><-._ -' .
.) ; to and ,will.here attention to this article. committee: at. their regular monthlymeeting O.'P."HUNT (GTON, '. J ;N7 Juand'35 Fast:Mall, gleepets between- : -
*.t SET JTEOT; rgCOTTABBOOMB t "FLOBID'J:. after,engage his entire attention:here.. .. New York and JackwrnrllleandStie! \ Onemnattl. \ .
: < ; ,He shall also make :a report ; _
i.. ,\, ::" __ '_ A first-class workmen baa been engagedto We .tbe' undersigned, dohereby; Proprietor..k. X ,Sleeper via Asheville d-- +.t : ,;'
t ,',' attend to all kinds of. watch,clock associate, ourselves as a body corporate, quarterly to the Board of, Directors at -. '\< l : jb >oa.87 and 8 carry Through Sleepers between' a ;i .r .'.

rc tf : an4 jewelry repairing and:;.generalrepairing. under:;:Chap. 1639 :of'the laws of.the their report regular at or .previous meetings,to.'and'a':'the, annual yearly Located in the most]),leaeant'plaee: in Jacksonville 8. 13.7 and 14 and with Mew Pullman York In Sleepers eouaeetJoB Utweesu wttk '' "rv .. ,'4'.."
.': With Cheatham A Co."Ar- Stat.e'ot Florida andtbe"amendments " 'V; Jack3onvmeandTampa.1t! >: :" .7.. t
tbecity. .'
stockholders. .., ,
of the
meeting and .
ATTORNEYS AT thereto, and we.do adopt< the follow No.56 carries the Cincinnati Florida UBBIted -->
LAWr" cadebUildingbN44tf: -yclMn. iVABTicuY."The :Secretary shall .' ;,Tbl Is br3tieht to Jacksonville by J fo.,>,$.:. .',.
articles and 1'
ing incorporation 'y ::
..NOTARY: .PUBLIC IN OFFICE > .v: .:-iP..J.; : :Hobson'. of TteesDnrjr; subscribe to the same and to the agreeto bylaws ' keep an accurate record of all the pro- tIF'Purefiltered rainwater, Isused for- '.A.-O.'IatOO.E MARBHAITk.Agt.lOlW! .Gen.Faaa.Agt.. BarBtnet r<- > f :.. A.;o.J .

1 {wm ia aU State arts Courts: wbo busban4 has ceedihgs of. 'the ,stockholders, the > _
practice Federal_ ,. been in Miami for hereto annexed .and ,appended;' :eTery' !! throughout boteL. Jacksonville.! ' . l/r :i ", '
'r .- ..oUeeOoni. promptly attended: or BAT to..J.BDC ''r1rL. some weeks; arrived: here'last,night.Miss : and to the number! : shares sefoppo- pint tJM> > and- rtf th-,,' YHDttYeCom-- fr2DLa.m. ,.'.\c. ': J- I-'O*.If"ddenTrav.Vas.: 'Alf..K.AncostUM.HEADQUABTEBS .-, : ";
: :omo. ova BAITS the custody of 1 I.j
.:Ella Beeves of,Ocala:was a pas lite our names.: /. : mittee.He shall' hare
r. senger on last night's;trainas 'was .1st.:;The dame of the.. corporation all tbe books and papers of, the Association
:' t,' 'wwuEBTit: D :v) Mrs. J.T. O.:,Griffith-of,,Little- Valley;; shall? be ,the Dade :County',HortlculturaXSociety ,'and shall keep accurate account
..raia yHOMcEOPATHIST N. Y. ,All.three'are guests attheOonolly and its5 principal,'place I of all its transactions,and sbalL perform
'. ...-.., I;' A. .' Mr. and ,Mrs.- Uobsonwill of business shall, be'at':Miami,,:Dade "such other duties aS1'maY'from d- FOR P :

Hit # ; : reside here.. 'Mrs. Griffith goes on to County; Florida. ;; \ 12d. time to;time deemed necessary., x

( Key.West to'makeherhowe.. ": .;The,.C nature and mainobject; ofthebusiness' _' Awnci.xVI'The: Treasurer shall arid B1ahkBookSpecialty s
CHXONICPISKASKS. A SPItCIALTY. 'DraHi '' "' receive and disburse.the moneys of tbeAssociationahall !Stationary
: :\Fowler now .has "Brooms to be transactedsnalrbeto .
.T&lJteentb.Street wear Aienai B. . at'the.,nobw' of bis daughter! ;;Mra.: advance the interest of the:'farmers sign'' all checks,

-r-, y111I, ,, ;; ;,-: eYIORIDA' ';::.. Harry Tattle. He has commodious and fruit growers-ot Dade County by orders drafts.and j demands for pay =made' of the;very i' "
mate all
'' ,, ,- , -.., < "" private..consulting rooJD'e.. The ;Doc co-operation,. 'concert'- ,,and ', unity of mental after ooaeyand same have shall been properly payments Finest:Xines;'of Stationery' '
tor the action
requests MITBOPOUS: to state ;7insure good handling rapid
; J JB.r J.; M.'JACKSON:, n.. that'he will .not attempt ,except: : in transportation and good market,"facilities audited. "Ha shall make report: at tbe

w., -< /: urgent cases:,to'make{:calls:.> :He can ,for their products to":',introduce annual meetings of his doings and perform The Finest COLD"Drogtff DRINK.ESTABLISHMENT iuZoutb Fiot1da;
t: ; :: \. : always,be'found'.at his office, (,Fort new,''fruits -and:;encourage advanced : such:*otbef duties as:mayiromtimetotime .
: Treasurer '
Dallas. His charges will.be reasonable methods of agriculture,,by''holding' become necessary MeBiciijes Chemicals' Toilet and 4' 1 .

.r- HOTXIBiscAYNB'BLOCK,AYE:: D: bQt nothing bat cub business. will, ;; ..be.. fair\ etc.'also adopt. a trade mark :for and shall keep accurate accounts ,
Before entering
-' .- 'w r-i *. '' of' alibis transactions--1 ..GoodsCigars and -Tobaccos at
'- attended to. v- tbe exclusive use of>members :of the .Fancy-' ,

ljlIAYtj l. < ,' .' FLORIDA.RH. .; : "'Oxlt;; old friend :Harry :Munsoix(ofNewTork Association and persons authorized.by shall upon';5rni8hragood the-:.:duties; of and.ibis:'sut office eientbondfoe' be i wholesale V '"*" -| : :
them and to themin'the use -
protect '
; has sent tdJ. W. Ewanof ;, the Board, of
such sum as
A ;: .':$HTODLESTpHi,: _DG.ADUATJt -!,. ; the Grove a,Tamany Hall'badge:com" all of the infringements same:prosecution;counterfeiting' at',law'" of. Direetora'.hall.determloe'at regular aerCareful Prebaratlbhlof Prescriptions. '
poaedrof a - --
'bandsomftag"attaebed to a meeting Cor'the: faithful performance y _R 9. - : ettf tf 1 fe 1

'.; RUSH,MEDICAL"(CoLLEOE : is large emblazoned.gold:pin'upon, which' 4tTamao' ;," and 8rd.The unauthorized."'amount use,thereof.-of capital stock of.bis trust; such bond to be approved".. i
the 'lower end.of
"'- .& ., CHICAGO --: : : !) shall be fixed at 10,000, to,;.bet!divided by the Board of Directors;. :;J- -
w ,, the flag lea lar&e;di ,.upon whicb; .-: O&M eorner A>i Dat C aDci"Uh: etreet.:, jOmca colonels painted figure of the Indianchief into 1000 "hares:t.10; each' ; ,10. percent authorized personwho, ship
.. which.shall be paid 'in ,at theorganization other ; may [111.Brady&Co.
poim -! m to.U IRe aDd 10'Po Tamany._ Upon the reverse side .under/'the trade

; S :. 'MT.LMI.. -_ -.:: ,FLORIDA,. is the.date of the convention-' ; at"'Syracuse uiredbutnofurtherasseamentet.shah and the balance aa may.,, frnits marktot: ,vegetables' the:'Association ?snill_ 'be

. wJ "September.28,1898.,: 10 cent retired' to: put or affix hit name, or
F :T. D The; 'f iliostrated ''folder'or the : madebeyond per .per. each
BIAQQS. : .recent authorized tBe names.J.f*. :,bis plantation, on
.r. unless at a
' ; so general ,
5 : """ -f . Florlda.'Eut' Coast Hotel. System lithe meeting of the stockholders.,: anfl""every ;package.of';,luch'* Irult' or Griidefies GraiIiRay aM Garden' Seed a. .

PHYSICIAN&.SURGEON. most,.handsome' piece of, work;of, i its, 4th.,.Tbe 'commencement'. the ;vegetables"- such.,name:to be"plainly :
: '.' '- kind thatwe have ever' seen IU, :'Association shall boon tbe.t.....day oC stenciled .fn 'the*.usual" I - -
tomit JIJ&iaI DnUr Store, illuminated half-tone : and
r cuts executed in : pack
f'' continue ioi shippers
April 1898;and,it shall : .
From 1 xa.to S clock..m. ,
p. the highest skill of the and in careful manner FOR'-JtAPES'
+-u at n 4iace.CoceaaatGrore., engraver existence for 60 years..' grade shipments a FE1 TILIZERX .
c pressman acre simply the finest work ol. Gtb.Jfhe'.oftlcen of ;:the' ; association excluding all defective and;;undersized
: the kind 'we.haye specimens ;
shall be,a President a VicePresident's ;. -
the Btee.yadtooarduck _
x We call attention of the people of Bar Staple
folder for the Hotel f ,directions
? ; System i. Secretary a' Treasorer'\who: shall: respects to such shipping as and Fancy Gtweriei, Fruit and Food Frodn*of all kind: also our clock .,
rR ULISPH:.SNLOErDD.:: S.; entirely different from 'any' .of.'th e: also be directora'exoffic1uand'ninei' .shalll;. yawn .by.tire Board'of Directors of,Grain;H a y.Brae.,Cotton 8e.tt Meal.Ground'Food and WDeet; 'S i '

'**: '.\ ;. : : .- . folders,which have 1 preceded it. 'Il t otherdirecNus onefrom: :each district.; ..A violation of tbese'r.ules"b1;: We are"the ooh home oa fetfr Blseayne dealing eiVIuniTely la the above r '
cannot be praised too highly 'A.letteiaddress<o ; shippers to bereported by the..Gen: ,. line of good*.-- We bay close and will ell elo.e<-%We title d" ,
R :CROWN. &BR1DGEWOIK -C. .Br Knott St. toa hereafter appointed, which, said, Board: of.'Directors -epee and solicit your patrooagek Very truly.E., L. BRADY & CO.. ,-
Augustine . eralAgeat to the 6-i7 '
officers shall be elected 'on the.'third } Lfe m't_ _ hFl1
y, .Made a$Specialty. / :/ *ill secure acopy..Mr.trrlagtonand. 1 5 MondaJ.ot.JIa1'"in ,each year,at,,-the Who5ballbesutboyized'and .required
Office.Honri: f arm: to S p;ia. 'Office In Bei- : ; for 'season
.. : Mr Doughtj annual meeting;stockboldersi; to exclude the", offender -one.
i cltel'IBrtctB&ock.eoptrAT.Dancl- MIAMI, .. 'FLOBIDA.DENTIST arrived hereon Thursday:'_from' Ke, except: : and after''the'' first.election:oil.!' from the--sliipping :privileges! v 'of .the

'. - -_ Weston business in connection ,wit k officers. ; .. : :, ." i :' ." '. '* society: ' : .
J. Mr H. M, Flagler'8 n/W,hotel. Their. ''6th.The highest.;amount of indebtednesa ,"- ARTICLE YiOL.TbeDlrectore'ehal,. .

'l,, D L E:0. purpose;:!* to..see 'w at"+ ,.arrangement. 'whlch ',the;:' /association' .shall perform, or ca.uae.to.be performed. all llakn .

can be made for tbe boustngand boarding -. incur;shall'not'\exceed the sum:,ol r and.whatever is necessary to: be done -
:.. ;;: : ; ;: ; ''. 'of the skilled artizans that will bemnloved < - and performedw'compI1.w the law

'" '. in the erection of.the-;hotel ,,. .: Y.Liwa.. of the United-States In' regards; to tb< .
:.)>mc.ii KanUnon- Block,northeast cornet olAvcnne it being:preferred-,-that;-if::possible; ;. .; trade mark adopted by the Association. .'. '
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Y D and ltd itrtet.. _. this provision be left entirely::: for the ABTICUC I. Each stockholder shall be and shall adopt and jecare' a common- '. ., : ;;::

-- t 3IIAIw .". .. FLOIBDA.. benefit, of our,own people It has been I entitled to certificate;or certificate 8 ,seal for the Association. :, ; : ,
s ; ji' stated that upwards. of ;,400 'workmenare I of stock :.lgned.bJ"',the'.Preslclentancf r.AJrrICU.lX.i. The,:Directors, .shall ::1 ,
l _; : .. p' t-- likely! to\be .:the I Secretary,for the .share or shares held! adopt,report;:advise_.std ''recommend a' .BUILDE'R : _.. -

jE.x..DL.: ;; .DoD80N,. works' ,Mr.. J.'employedupon;:,Mr.Fisgler's by him; Such shares maybe transferred the: most-practical and iiusband-like ; t" . ;

-..!I. . builder, Is' proceeding with whets, so desired on the surrender to the> Attainable methods of gathenng; sortfarg ;;, ': -L-" ,

: << < ,DENTIST xc'J all despatch in the collection of mater- 'Secretary of the'stock certificate transferred !, sizing, wrapping,'packing, markia& 1Ji ->r : .,.

1 : -- ,: tab. io the.South audit probable be. and properly; endorsed, :when; or,'branding 'shipments:and!'concinments ""." ,/. ; -. ,,- -.1.'"t-1''. ;;:::;r.

:. '. 1LL_NG_'T&JtTut\'Spi lALTY... will arrive'in Nassau'early:-in. Novem- a new certificate shall.be issued, pro of produce. andthe: ;mas.uer ': ..., ,." \ ..' _1. r 'ee-tf-I'i.e-m'- ': _. -,' -....{..art' -.

l .' ". I Oma 0Ttr Post Ono/. '. ,"' bey r-NasaanGueMian.. ; '. .. vided that sbare".haJl- be.transferred ; |s dr wing and affixing" the.trademark_ ot : :
until all the assessments"thereonshall ft4"
$ MIAMI," ",,* : BFI : A:"' ,+ \ &-.. 'I -- ,gibe Association.. <, 'f : MAX AUSC11TZ: .', Q.ATC1WAKER
hare been paid.. A :[certificate or .'Amcxx X. TbeaeByLaws'may; ; be . ...r1 , __ .. .. F;ri(:. ... .

4 4r J .JOHN.lf.=?TEKD1BIOK, ; iR1? !UtIijR I .HAVANA order certificates of the maybe Board! ot issued Directors';on a special in the :amended jBoard rot at''Directors any regular- by,meeting,..: jtwo birds'the -:i\PR' ; Tl'' & :JEELELV1.4atIv {

\: ;
.. .' place'of' any certificate* or: certificates. .wote month's. notice:h W gbeen; 1

\,. (CIVIL..ENGINEERND.SUR.VEYOR which may be ..lost :.or destroyed,' on arevioualjT; given of:tbe''purpoae'and ;

.' -" :Chartered satisfactory proof.being made of such '!.Intention the.Board'.of Directors.to, : : j
: : ett>alhip(; :Lincoln From = Fag
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,. .y.; ... : loss or destracttonandreceiving adequate dolor '. '. \: p
;Nolir buofa-8tate; at-Lam' : -Ptrilenlu X ,, the, Cramps. .ecurity to indemnify the.association "
.'''"'t .Attention given to Sub-Dtvidtag ...* Tract anlnst':any' ''loss ,consequentupon :' fte'ftUPOLls,11 up to. :n the .. "
.1 A: , t4CHOTEL
'1. By: IIae.I"IarWa".Bu&-" fltumattp Cam' ' /, ':aCEJ: , _ ,
MIAMI !8. ..J'LOBIDA ; : rcertificates. : : :: \" . _" : :
Berries) to BegtaD.amberLdnaotiucemelitte : ** ;.Robbed .the GraveJ MIAMI ,S.LOCK.:4 ;
907- ; :"ARTICLK II.-'atoetholdr.shall : _ : -
dQN,KBONOWITTEB, be entitled to one rote at ,the meetingof l, ,A'startling betdenVof lwlicI Mr.John .1 wnt.VIENNA- : '- f f:;
v. : : :
>i made thattlie Flor- the Associatlorr,for each "share: of I Oliver;of Philadelphia. the subject, : FRESH HOMEMADSQBAHAH '"BR"E'Amr.:;. ;.

: TAILOR.. IdaEart;0oast"Stetmship: ;Company stock held by'him, :whether he"appear isnatratedbimu follows: $ WBSI in : r ""'

"f.ot, "!. : . will on December Inaugurate. steamabipservice'tbetween f..D..person or;' by' 'proxymade7under{ ,.seat dreadful condition !MyskinwaaasdostyeUow.eyta RdLLSiBUNscAKES; ; PIES : .EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS. i J)" :l:..
't.. .v is yean experience, i : ,. : :lliami and Havana to be filed tbe sunken,tonguecoated; ,
Wrltteo authority with l
rull -
.. ftteek 01 BamplM of an iahst ww.s. ; ;z::...; w : t:
:. direct connection -made that ...eonttnaallTin back and sideo.no.ap-. : .' '.b..I.m, ? {..:I ,
being at the
Secretary provided : '
.1;, person ;-"
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Chop U BtloVcr's Brtck ? .. .
NI4IDIf. '' .
. Miami;witil Florida :Coast shall _himself .etat er ny3oWingwa dty..byqy ; '- .0'1\\' .
?' + then ;Talc: appointed proxie be?:;a A DELIVERY ANy if -< ;, !.d .
;MIAMI,: '- tFWBIDLk BaHway; Jacksonville 'and ;;points Stockholder in the Association.. And ;! 'Three physicians had given roe.np. .. s :t 7IC"

tJ, : : --' k'j' North and West:;;. : 11 '* "-.\**' provided further,'that DO;person shall :rtanately a friend advised trying'laleo' ;: ..= x .PROMI_ rLY ATTENDED: TO.;, : , t ;

;: : S .'.MWUlUfUJ._ . '. : -The 'steamahip.LIocolf'hu'!' been be entitled to more than five (G) votes.ABTICUC .-. tile .Bittan"snag. J to,my.: treat joy: and / ; : '

::.... .: }....' chartered,from tbe Cramps'at: .Philadelphia . III Special meetings'of the .oprise.j; tbe-:first bottle made decided : E' EVEsR.5Pnre : !

t1r p .A.fi.'F.TR." - ',for tbe serviced_..1'beLlneol;: stockholders u;sbaW'be'' :>called'.by;tbe isB..,irovement., continued their 'use for, : : !
.J' '. ,' lea steamship somewhat:larger*than President at'such times as tbe_Beard tfean weekaatnd: am now v well man., I '" ' Distilled Artesian; WilernJed:'_ ; -

"i: ; :SUitVl"sYORaNDDitAUHTS1itAN' the:Miami,used on-the,. Miami-Nassaurunt ot ''Dlrect.O*may' order, 'or "-on',tae' TBUV*.they saved;my.life sod'robbed the A.dd'maU.ordera to LA.KE'.W.oBTHI ;COMPANY.. ; :..--' :
$ ... ". and":'baa :large: passenger;and i request'in writing fife atoekbol en.' mrs eaf anothervictim.No one should /" ::a 'Miami, Fli,bt call in person:at warehouse; on Avenue.D.. _. .
:ff : DARE' freight capacity..- Sbe is saidrto'beineveryt.way'adaptedfor Notice of each meeting shall be given lull.try.them. Only BO center gaaranTownlef bi7smf$5Int<: '.._- ';" -' " ; -- '"- -- -- ' :; ar
: ,.CUTIBa .00'FIABIDA; .. : > :the.service. Ih accordance with the laws of Florida;: &1811.,. .Bros" drag_ store::' *, -- -.--- 1

., '" Y : :f-::. -- The ..scheduletassnot! ; '-iyet; : been I/ AKTICX IV.The!:Directors"shall be :-.-- j" ::1. f:. .:' r';.. b21:626.vtstied -- : THE::NEw'pt .'tIN.OSTYii: .
.' decided: -- 1 < _. ,,, .. ...
,,IB&LP; rClifly. ". upon fbutlt "probable that elected by ballot at the:'annual: meeting oa norldaaunserle.'i'aue .. ' :
- the Lincoln;will make tri. klJ'tripe; and shall hold their offices for one JJ-awortiaent of Budded CltraTree,on BOOT ; -O ,: )Enlarging{ Tintypes._\ . ,
t.: .. :' .MUSICIAN.E ,. between.Miami and Havana.t he ves- year and until their successors are duly tock .'.Eartr Hedinm.aad Late varletle fa- -R' :

"'I 'JIo.' .:!.... ,.-. '.. -, -v,1'1Ir' I.Df Z.,AJI1). eel will ran;
i' 1.GBDa.wSniim.. Havana,f fand.willnot: *Couch" at',K the;'Board.:of :DirectorsV"and/oflcen Tardd'Yamquat.Rub!,and two kinds GrapeEra1Gi . :.. ., '. ; ; :aa eY"'at'z: > 1
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'- '<: BoUeft,.privately or la daaea:::'-rAptJ..an"nt'M1..Ie.. ) West: ,the service being in:f addition!\ .shall be filled;::,by,;tbe; ':,t>irectorstheappointment ) s'tecs,, y)to rI0 per baaarediL o.b. 'J 4L;: ;t" w r : & npao Y t
'". .---....._... .. ., '!::... tile line=already injoperation ;\\to ;continne;intil; the : fk-":; ." .A- : 'WF".UD' } :A HD'SALLEflY" ,!UJDONE'BfocK'WE piJ / '- } .-

k btu -Kr c ; "LnBIt' A. 1:.': Miamliand( 'Xi\--lVest.";":'-r.-aot1 cnuch. f'.t 6Dee1.lntottb stockholders:!("Atlectioiraiid Er'-e-cc toafslaud'YlA' .: FRED. ;H_, _ .___-- .., ,_ >/' J..CAT;_ -.,.- OUQ..CIjURO" ". ,,.11 am>tfsar ,,
e. 4aai ,ins r Pos it nosi i9-tLdaFlate o u. .' :
,, sY : Key; t w" -ila to -r:lsti. .at all aknualdept- :.t : - : ..
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: ( H iNn GlllDIN TUO1JRT W A ATSO'SPRICES ailhindi

at price that pleaeOurPatr :

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Mr. Dodaon, the dentist, makes occasional We had the pleasure of shaking THE TARPON I! The
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it AMONG OllR NEIGHBORS calls to the Grove. We suspect hands with Messrs. Harry Scruggs and -. To the Editor: : MIAMI CY.ti
: he is getting his share of the work. John Denary on Sunday, who were out And Boiuet'olnx, Her Kxpertoa-e Dorliif the I have noticed thai a -hall.[ i

_ _- _ __ __ C. J. Peacock has posted bills announcing looking after their farms. War With Bpala. been formed to drain the'lhergJadetJfrom company
a:: i'; bis resumption of the transfer Four carpenters"are pushing the On Tmvdar the steamer Tarpon450 the Kaat: Coast or Miami aide. S ClIAS.rJtQMPaONr. ,-* . .. ;fi. !\J' /
:Notice to
,\It Correspondents.Correspondents business from. the railroad to Cocoanut work on Dellary Itrosl': residence forward tons burden, 'Captain W. X. White, They have hit the nail on the head,' : : > '
.. should 'take palm to jet Grove. with all possible haste and hopeto was moored! at the terminal dock receivs that I in l' : .
.'t: their letters Into this office by Thursday morning the natural outlet( the : f'
'l;.. ' or Wednesday evenlng'a mall. Carapace On account of sickness in his family, complete it shortly. ing l a coat- .f paint inside and out. Glades according to my knowledge,6fthem. ;

: _". la cramped and to intare publication the letters.of R ev. C. A. Saunders,presiding elderof Messrs. Turnbul & Sofia are preparing She came i.i u> this port from Tampa 1 ,

\ 4j-. .. 1':. than; Thursday rorrcspondenta-1DOrDID .should We still not need be a later cor- the Jacksonville District, M. E. i to cultivate 14 acres of tomatoes. towing the dredge Picowbiclt baa been :rhe Everglades extend .southward tt

'- ;; ,. respondent at Ft. Landerdale, llallaod1 Cutler Church South,did Dot'preach at Cocoanut Mr. Harry Warren, late of New used for iwmf sears by the Plant f rrOln-I.ake Okt'ffholwt' fl). (II.'I tic
., '<.r'.: ,Alken.' Klllotta Key and U some Grove last, Sunday, but he will do i System u tort Tampa keeping the ocean, from which-i ir'i
L '-, ? ;.one do the work at these placesT Keep jour so next Sunday morning. Service at York, has finished his residence and channel at that port of sufficient depth eparini bye
aeetlon the shall be to narrow reef of rock] The'Glade
.: .. to front. We glad serve gone to wrestling-witlf and palmetto counr
;.' : you all welL v 11 o'clock, evening at 7 o'clock. root to admit- yesselsofdeepdraught; This try is an open, sloughy marsh, with
('-10 r''; Jerry Yerjeen is again behind the dredge cost about$100,000 and is large small clumps of bushes, on the east,
A visit to Mr. John B. Goodmant"farm
COCOANUT ITEMS. counter at the Grove's soda water and OIIP. It is on its way to Jacksonville extending westward fifteen miles; from
1 GROVE. will show the deadening work to undergo-cleaning and repairs, 'andit there westward it ?'
refreshment stand. It keeps one iftasawgraw, and on : ;. .
; ;,-_ ;-. There has been very little of any- to,keep Up with the rapid changes that an in industrious man can do with i may do some dredging in that vicinity. the extreme western side t has a hard : "j.'d; I

:;'# c J thing .the past week but toeafAer "of of this, establishment in the way of an ax a thick pine forest. i p i limerock foundation All Kinds of Wheels' 'c : .

,: one Kind or another" as the old.lady proprietorship. It appears to be the Messrs. Collins & Sinitbare holding The Tarpon was waiting orders from That sawgrass is 'undoubtedly the i '

r.-.r.. ;tall, mostly rain. :l'othe. sun one speculative concernofthe Grove. 1 their beads above water and figuring. J Jacksonville expected a tug, from best in the world, being not only the 'For Sale or Rt.t :; :
J shines and the air is'warm arid balmy. on a large crop. that place to come to Miami and assist garden spot of Florida, but of the / .

,'* ::.\' .Friday"we had our first norther; and MODEM; (DAHIA P. o.) Last Saturday Mr. J. B. Britt planted i in towing the .dredge up the East world. Talk 'of'the Klondike goldfields CIi ." Ci> ; ..J'.1, ,: (..Jj +

: Jh 'ij-. .n day, Saturday and, Sunday those of a quite a ,large'piece of land with Coast. This trim little steamer, lately and you 'mustinclude intense ':; .
had the'first .E.Ingraham of St. Augustine was trees. returned from Santiago where. she had cold for -r.. ,Ii
.":0 j.r; nslwbo\ fireplaces enjoyed goava. more than half of the year,and d I .- "'ot"
'ft, fires 'of the .season.," The "women here.a v few hours last week looking > .Mr. W. E. Conova's egg plants seem been to tow the snagboat Suanee. more mosquitoes 'and insects the rest ,) -, f.

f .: > .:turned out !in extra wraps and the men after matters:pertaining to his depart. to be flourishing. The genial first mate Mr.. Cummings' of the year than are on Indian'River; ; .j :. :. ) '

;' '.ti', .\wore;coats,and the weather' proved.a ment.' The settlers are always pleasedto II Hooks Bros. have the banner cucumber told the: METROPOLIS, reporter that so while Klondike has gold '*he .ha* '/ .:'W, 1.r

: No" >j stronger:;topic of. ,conversation ,than see Mr. Ingrabam. He has words ofencou'ragemel't patch of the prairie. when they .arrived, at Santiago they nothing else, while the 'Glades j.wjll ,.., ." _$ .j..
,.5i .,...uaual w( that the mosquitoes have for all and they feel found three long docks completely make the best kind of trunk gardening .
:'.:. gone ** that he baa their interests at heart. BISCAYNE ECHOES. loaded with provisions for the American l land and are suited to all kinds of tropical -, . 1.
it- ?._4 ""There"was one "wee one" left. I John CranejThe'Rustllng; Cracker," soldiers, their Spanish prisoners, fruits and are perfectly healthy .f' I ,
'itJ> l ".l out of the list of "Within a who came here from Lake county about Our new schoolhouse is completed and the'Cubans. He reported that our with as pleasant a climate a* one could : .
'-, four months ago 'is busy these and' both teacher scholars soldiers were in as comfortable con- wish for. So Klondike .a :! (
: ;8tone's Throw" last we t./.Mrs. very slid are dition could you see, .win .'. pjTGener4l . .
;.e Hinton's little six weeks' .old baby;: days getting six-acres of prairie land highly pleased at being in their new as expected, under the not compare with the 'Glades in either '
i in readiness lor his. tomato IC circumstances. That when' he first wealth health climate.' I
was not forgotten but overlooked, crop. quarters. or hope to ft
.;..t ,;;. simply because the writer; hadi-.oot'' anyone can "graft tomatoes on to the Mr. Jim Hubs) and Mr. Johnnie reached there sanitary condition was see the day when it will.all be in large. a*, j .

E L*-*? ,iM\ heard about the latest addition our, potato vine and get a crop of tomatoes Doutbit, accompanied by Miss Maud, 'terrible American, but now it is', 4s good almost plantations. _' -- '..." ..

: ::;"> little folk. Good luckhe.witn the lit-, on the top and potatoes underground" Obenchain and Miss Senie..Doutbit, any .city .except sewerage Now if Mr. Flagler wilt put Captain '." J"i' ; 1s ,,"
'-,'- .11:\ .* tie one. I also wish to'draw attention he. is the one'to do h it. attended .the grand ball given ;at' .system. Rose of Kissimmee' in charge.of. this f

,-i. : >;fto tbefact that all but one'eFloridl1 James Pauisen) who-is looking after Lemon City for the benefit of the boulevard WiiIeatSahtiago-theTIrpon transpoJ'tm undertaking, hecopld not select a man, 'S - 1epaIrWork! -
;s : ., -.aJMand alLbut two.were 'born";here the:extenalvef interests of a Chicago l fund. They report a. large the about 10,000 that Spanish soldiers to more suited for the position and U..bt- '10- ;; :.:. .; ': r 1 4

,::. t :< ';"'.r'UIII'Bogga.t. from busy Georgia and' company, has already planted quite attendance and a delightful time. 8p ln.transports.They were in tookthem a deplorable_ back to will funUh' him with the'mean*'necessary ; Satisfactorily Jbne3A' : '
V, MIss Perkins born in in okra and' He Mr. Brown condition be will soon have finished a.work -, .
Sanford.- tomatoes. Mr. ,
=" r ; was_ ; acreage expects Charles Brown and of.them f<.J .J'j "'
; dying like sheepon '
F < "? under cultivation wife many which will give him more renown in -p( i. ', J.
to have fully ten acres and Mrs.'Russell. of:Lemon City, docks Ir.. : ,
J-.The-lnn has begun to bare--,Its fall the and on"8blpboard.. while the future than Sampson's Dewey'a. C .., eA;
1r.1. Inquiries, about .board'for the winter, this season. accompanied by Gary Niles as guide;: many of those who were,able to stand work has them. or -. .
.' !. t-J'. /aad, I also bear that,.'Bash, whose John H.'Behr,wife and'two children paid a pleasant visit to the piney i' werebarefooted, footsore, ragged.and I Now Mr.given Flagler if will do' v J' t -
came from Chicago the first of last last Sunday. ( you a* C' CONE
Dp"tt.home .is Just; north of Captain every eidence, of, starvationsThis much .work the'East tC .'
on Mr.
This Is the Coast as ;
1.- .; <' Haden's the Bay, is planning to week and are now,pleasantly) ,located .in i in 'country We for new other wrinkles' craft also transported about '.,OOC I Disstdn did on the'west-side will 4 _.
.' : take either' and'wife.or Mr. Schau'a cottage.f farming. saw the day American soldiers who sent north ) you ;
a gentleman were
..iId J ; then realize sufficient success to be (
ohn Doutbit j
. \{ _i ,-two ladies to share her pleasant,:home .v ,The;rModelo|. General Merchandise himself digging a well accompanying Jim"Hnbel : These bad the 'best of attention were C ready to put.means.enough Intoit'to B1acksmiLhind' .1"
on a banjo, and
.. : when with SS
for the .easoo.Certainl) anyone for Companydida wise thing they provided' plenty of complete ..ptem'or.caulA'tbat will : r
r..t, ; .Ttnnate,enough to secure such a pleas put J. W. 'Clarke at'the bead of their rifle.fertilizing trees accompanied. food and were fitted out from. bead to make the 'Glades high anddry.; You

y- f'< 'ant: boarding! place is to be. ,congratuIat affairs bere., Be'is certainly the right by a foot with new clothing. And people will only, have three 'or four'mifes of Wliee]J i1giit j

-t.:;, ,, d.p2 -. &: a 5 man for the place: Under bis management Some of the residents of this eetton'b.ve say that Uncle Sam. neglects bis boys. rock to cut. through,'while 'n..tbe. est , v---
; the In- bad to send all the way \o Georgia .. Spanish shell which had 'not .
't' -:5 j ;Mrs.'fHarryBrucef who has 'beenTerriltis6utagain. / ,business constantly: exploded coast there were,from J9rtyito'sixty
':-Oc \ ; 'JQ' tiI' cresed.-andhnow, ; has a, trade :of to,'ecur-e a supply of dairy manure. was{picked up by one of' the I miles; then there will be no danger-of i \ I Ftt:
.' r which anyone njiigbt will feel satisfied. What we1' need is. more stock on thafarm. .Tarpon's crew about a half a mile,from I overflowing the fandr Mr Diss- CarriageJiiM.inilfagi4 \
: 'o poiiiDuterhis family ,
with "" Ir : : : J'q .
i '"Sf- .. :
the : ;.
& the"
, There Is.now no :eedofany residentof town. Captain -White drew ton did the Caloosabatchle -
,:. ( hlmioneemoreiand'Joou' contented' Modelo I going Out of town to trade! Mr.,William Bubelof Torch KqIi the powder from it and'sent' it tg/the then too i in river country All work; neatly, proroptrjr- and sabtantialty -: ;i. .
/ and has bad ; ; ,;theslodghssuitedfor "
bappyMrsPine a '
pleasant *
spending the winter with his uncle, done;and satisfaction '
asa son given.
'There is considerable talk of a starch canals.'a dregebost'could .
it go five .
summer,.spendingmostot in, .'
factory being in operation here at Jim Hubel,at Bachelors.Hammock and venir. v ,., _, hundred 'since' > 't HWLftnrI: ''f'--J
j. -northern. part of-the State,:but is glad put yards a day, the water -' -
,.to, be'back.again. *" _* '_'7 no distant day. :.I;jdnderstand that the attending the Biscayne school, Through the courtesy of lIr. Cummings ; is.three to five feet deep,with fire to'seven'feet ,.__ :. .. :
'-. : machinery: "be the latest improved and.'chief engineer.\ArcbiboIdthe I of soft mud and would -
: t'Pe"a iock7of OJU8 OQLINQ3.: you
Mr < :the Inn is making ,
T.-AJSr ;
)irraopou reporter examined I '- : ; :
and will extract both also EJ '
arcbirom 'have
( ; $ cassava -' very good current to help
*,her- son, "Mr. 'Harry Peacock of;Key "
two Man infantry rifles andonecalr- '
;; ., ;Wes'F'a. three wee.k 'sr>yIat.I .rbeoroYe and coontie root ilf the company Mr. S. F. Goodrich made a flying rifle which washout the debris. When 1 n'get i1Tl1t ; ;
vary the
was captured.by-
J6rg nlzed arid there isevery Indication navigation from Uaaifaetar, all
misses her andb'er. rieods Will trip\ here last week. inspect his prai- open Miami to Kis- S
: ' .' -that,.it will be, it.wlll') conltst: fcblealO'capltaUlta' te.-: Bo1lIn.-BJue &t Santiago;and pre Ilmme ,as J q come through Okeecho-' kinds and slm ot'- ,'..
f be glad,to see her back.-r- g i sented the officers. of. the; boat* '
tov : .
with Mr. Eskilson The rains have come and make'rest bee, you will. find the, ideal winterr -SL ..it
"'" 'b! ., itfi ucrnrf ,u.,-Iwas.unable':wvvcuu. of..tb&teit'laodJr: J;W; ClarkofModelo Your scribe Is.also indebted :to'these r' just the for _
; place tei
f for the farmer a Urjje
that is if l has
weary e : .5
-,.-" - 'ta that the dan<;e arranged byMri.; Dqug- at tn. head nothing but prairie land. \ gentlemen for a'clip.of. Spanish cartridges on Xortb"Bayj good sailing fishing; Cypr ress l. 't '
;: 4 iJass for the benefit of the. Everglades I Ij : ,* picked on the battlefield at :
i 'A-' : : rWi BXOrd ha*' added'an to blip I op boating; plenty of ducks, coots ami cat ,1.. ',.
acre :A Sabbath school ""* ,
; ;jSuadayichoolorgu and which: ,took been organizedat Santiago: V .. :> '
..-._,.'V 't % .-place' ; on'::Friday Club evening was most'lat;success'*attheHoasekeepers' *. He 'has;::*'.at W-of little choice:over;fancy. an acre varieties.under l Ojus used, the as the public place school meeting building? The being "(] of The tbe.Maine next dar.after.* Tarpon the steamed;blowlngNUp into squirrels forty to eighty,to shoot yards; a bard.wide'beach'' for.bicycling from- : : .Tan"s": :: ?i iS

:' good _
wbich into drinking water etc.,would .
*"* corer,: tcame; bearlbg-'Ju$ is ,
,.. !: viful and a Tery pleasant affair,as it was attendance good. Havana harbor d conveyed-many of: be-. the attractions,'"'These I JA S.
-'j1' ,, >' ?*ure.to. H .vrith: Mrs.'Douglass aa hostI River spring growers'and the Lake will Worth han; to and has Indian tie to A'dance.at the schoolhouse lasifFri-? the*'wounded and.otber'Inryfyora, of few.' of the many attractions are,,such.bnty:a > -.,_<_ ,: l! :' ',. f

-i t fC5L- : ... { .. .t-i'.l -.\ beat tber record hemade. i\ day evening.was 'very".much enjoyed. I the'wreck to.:: Key West ,Verily she. resort'would possess. I would-be glad G LLD1YlS1SO
4 unIted'-toi. >e'able to say..tbatIli I ; "4- ," by our young people. f. has bad. her' share of s war experience. iI'|to take a party through the 'Glades and A- . .;, 1
ibelieved by those',who ought to know r whovhave-enlarged; their The many :friends! .of J:..'.- S Usf during. .the past"four,months I show them what I know about tbenu"!I ;" .pa1atUJ'IL.f . e

'N r.. ;. '' .,that Mr.,.Alfred Munroe/known :aa"Uncle C.pineries Elkinson this,season:,Hinklej)are t Messrs..Will :McGra.W7R. Schau,. George Bull, I. G. Harrison/andjt i. ,' ' have trapped and hunted all;througi I / .for,,CatalocuL -. -i'--l-344p1 .,: _
Alfredis again'comjng to'tbe : ham King are 'gIad'toeethem out Row. to.Mark YPUT..BII1OtL._ them for four winters and springs. ';
Ord Ke
S. and
..,; .: Inn for tbe.winter Hejis Commodore : It fYtt .: again after .been'laid Fort FJa.
having > few- ,Drum A'L> 0-
times .
-'. Munroe's -uncle and ,' ; 8.Keelea, who owns one of the prettiest -- Several the question;has been "
a. Ba1ph every ,one days by attacks of yellow JauDdicec ., I r a m a' :
.\ .;*,.here, \knows- '..and_ love. him;;1 -. ' .' places' here,'has, added 110 trees 'Messrs. A. '..HcC ll +T.tL:Hu r
'...,.;- -V ".t':Miss'McDona'd- and' 'Miss:Thompson;' to last Jds' ;orange;are doing groveJ all Wl'b08 I.that could put rout be p and, Rev Rolf arrived ,last.Saturday:. ticket in the METROPOLIS and instruct Bwtjrr-AjHjLiii LKK KJTNT,' ::1' .

: ;" > :;i'boHi of Miami*made the Grove a flying .expected.year '. ;' .1-- .!'d ' ' from Hamilton county; Messrs_'Me:' people bow vote?" We thought the .LoxDosEw.airoOct.iOlsse.TotheZdftorof ; ., /< ., .
ev ifn 'Ylilron; Sundays wu' good ,to ,see ' Call and Hunter are going to try.their. 'manner' of-voting was:so..well:understood - th*'Mmw>rou.\ '._.. / ,, Propertr.. ,
7ft. :their bright.' faces and'receIvet. LINTONLOGIO luck raising,tomatoes. DzixSix-Fherewith.begjo fOml' : 4.J. \ young @J . .
; that it but -
1 I was unnecessary judg1 TZNAcRzS aIIp ,
rt1a1IJ''p-tO ,
. a pbstoffice order for'Slteeb.ahU it '
.JU. ? you ;
-'k. .; their'enthusiastic compliments .of..all I & : ;Mr J. G. Scholar js preparing, to: fleacrssett.ritru.fruktreeasai," 4.
-;' -, ,theyi'aw.< : j.-. -, .. . .W.W.BizckmerleftThursday morning plant a,half acre of strawberrieS: ,MrScholer : rig from the riumber of.ballots I thrown huge and fight pence,being the'eqoivialenfrof other trees, tlt, utaned to- trowing ,? s ;
:it.i ) .\Thei JJbrary'' has/had .several'' for Macon; Ga ; from there he will I thprougbly understands : Qutat'tbe last'city election AS being,II- |4 subscription. te y the Miami .Oood.slaroma house.waah.and bata-i --' ,
:: II the
J. new to "Jacksonville td ,his duties ; MxTKOPOLia to ,September ;1st; 1899; -.JtousesuppUeL wltb bAih. weU and -
:: books.added:',to its shelves [thi:week go. .: begin. I strawberry having been one,of ten legal l, it .evident that manyjnteliigentTpeople elsterawaier. aodbarnfmpesved t
; You
aspoatal,clerk onthEa.st Coast Bail- seem ,to have; read>my letter to ,eh icken-hooge.* -other S
in an oot-nooae -
'' TA persons the business :
and at
--r; more are ordered. strawberry' ; ,
'q errjn marking their hal1pt& l- '
,- .; ry ". way, a'J.LIngrsham. J.I, '' Lawtey Fla. ' Mr. Qulncy. Did you note what 1 said ,I>rated 2H mike sooth-west 01 Cocoa-. ,
i'fi , '. "J'C .1 about nut flroTe ; School-bouse r :
,. a telegraph cable between
t.. ; .. :. y '- 1.J. ;'J' a -.i: ; ?and>son,.,paaaedtbrough L -Mr.Dwight King arrived last Frida/1 West IandKey one-qnarter.r e'ft. place.- *Good V - -
ballot the
'Below connecting
'nyra here Friday: on-the'launch"Kathiee."Theyae'gotngnor&b. from'Atlanta to'mike;his we produce using ficti up keys neighborhood. t-_ Sr.'t. "-
l' : home with tiousnawasforthe.differentocesillustratingjosl : ; and lighthouses en route? ,I'should TIN ACKERS acre la.eitJ1aa fruit ;1-
: Another.surprise In the business,clr-. .:; bis,'brother: OraiJ mMrs;King'anq (Ken, well Urtf.two haausoek't '"
think acre -
-t ibis would be a useful thing but 1.
f.r1ee: Cocoanut Grove was sprung on I -.. ;;JMrsi I.B.Taylor; ill been ..seriously her brother this boW the ballot should jo t cut down re dr-for treeav Packinjr '
"$: .,. '1 b 'co mun1&r.to-daJtb l tb.i One II 111 for'about"a week.<,She [ .are' expected.here" : I Iweek. 1M ',marked,and'Jn:noothtr wayf for of.course, you are best able toJudge house tirxwl well of water"l':eate4 .>
.1" .*.f the largest business)houses of the : was"""reported if marked otherwise .it ,will not be on the spot. I should be glad to know about three m'Dutft' walk from aehool-t. ". -
; ; Ja.little better on Sanda).": LITTLE RIVER counted, and the voter has wasted your opinion either through the .ol? house; On fond'road and la good Oelfh- : -
D.---J:; 'J\laee1fhlcICbubeen'under;the control nic'e-; :thV ; LACONICS.. only : borhood. .,.- -'
.:; s.:: .- and ownership of'.Wi W.'Cnlhert- : Mr. ; :JWinona Pinery -.- 4 ijj lK' .his time 'going to the. polls.. umns.of;your interesting paper, orb, :. ,For partieaUr* aVP ti 0'.: sJZ l .t "
''J.on.changed; bands and proprietorship, owned by Rice & Tasker expected' :Egg plants and tomatoes .oa prairie i I UNOFFICIAL BALLOT. favor of a letter when'you have.a leis .* .

-:5. ;:Harry R. Bruce: the chief: clerk and here' the let November: 'f f : I lands, are under' water., 'Fortunately DITIUar-.1-KLUa: ure moment or two. With beat respects i J.f..S' f.: MORSE" f .' "

,tt:; bookkeeper bavings.bought-the business Jas. E;:iChamDers' spent Tuesday at not.much of such land was" planted here .f Male a Cross mark thus(X)before.the name , yours" faithfully, ', H..BKXEST.' ' .'.. t1i : ,store bouse and lot and in future West' Palm Beach.;.t | + ' beforethe; rains. j i of:the candidate of TOUT,eboice.)' I r : .;1'7 ".:; :' 4r :: :_.h
., :- '"r 'will conduct,the business in his own ;MissKateRichardsJOtiBocaCRatoriespent ( :'-YTboS 'J.and Vt. Peters'have I laid Vote for one. -* : : Interested Everywhere1in. Sec t''JI' ', ., .- 5s. "t.f$ '"
.Pi.name.. Success to-: oa Harrr1"we in off their v Representative: : t A4- __ COCtIAyvr--GBQVBru.. : ; : f .- ",
Tuesday town?:tb.e.guest of. near tb .depot intotown, i 1 t.i l. ':17m-Lgg4m' .. -' S v .
.'t-; 'believe:>TOUwill;.contJnae, ,to-develop her sister and Mrs.WjjW.'Btackmer, lots." The former has:given'a lot 'for (. .- FRANK TYLER.: : CHICAGO; Oct.S 14,11898? ; #p'

"it.j. ;energy bUllness'capacity and success :The thepchoolbouse, the Episcopal church and,-tbe''Jatte ,
organ arrived WILLIAMS. To the Bay :
rxJORN Blscaxne Publishing .
Co ,
; i "t :as long as JOG:choose to bold' .the fort Thursdaymorn1ngItie; a very! will give one for a public'school build L :

c:.y ,. .LJinmber.of TV*:W.'Culbertson:.weeks has;and.been does unwell:/;notim.jprove ; for- Lgood' one1' :ano! everyonCis'" pleased'with' 'Ing.;;: v t v%:, _... ". ._,.. .,....._......_ .. ........,1...._ check Gxxmswzx-Enclose&for ,one year** subscription..please!i find for C C.JH. RAULERQ ONi/
: nV- ''r'
H to
r 4 r.f .IjTo progress report on this end of
Yoteorone.' I.with
-- - . : I paper.as good
: -I ; very fut. .We suspect this had I t manj
: : the-rock road : { .
eginn1ngMonjwhad{ ; Softdlrt'from the ,
:heavy others here1 in
For Assessor : ; arn interested .
.fi :
; something do with his '
; relinquish FSuccessor'
: .
rains ditches was throwninto the:roadbed T
"* : lasting until Friday'evening. - J in the of Modelo
X ; BENRYSTUUR. town County
: t" ,. ment of business ', ; ( to K..It. Bauleraon&Broe. .F'
the Little
Most of only road to River station .
lost all of -
grower -or part -- pleased to bear from that
i :,'%,TT;:Jtt.;Gregory rr.J: ;gone out:for i a their vegetable::.crop, ai the muck was from east, of'the river-left there to FRANK CDANIELS. 'portiononce in awhile, If possible, in.. Wholesale l and" Retail Dealer In''; < '
-:4:. tiC Jinn t.;: He said he got. hungry,for.deermeat : flooded fin sotrie places where the muck soak up,the rains, and now it is impost your piper.' Kindly receiptandoblige -5-- __ 4t ,.

.-,."' y' ; and proposed to have aome:. wu low the canal overflowed the bank: sible to .'haul, a load:oven it:. Under, -.--...---- -. - --. J.]IS.C. SCHEOIPEB, ,i it I 'Florida and '\ f : ': 1
;.. I And-..'our .fellow;townsman. arid Saturday It i turned; cold'and. "heavy these conditions'work. on't be;road has Vote for one. S 1M Fry Street., t .' "

'.t* **. energetic business man has been again clothing was.tionq too warm/:-On Sunday been' discontinued. ,;,There':is some-. ', .. [We baveiuMsWraoged fora weekly: : : :;.
p For.Collector ,
$ expanding. Baying'rbought; out his nlorning>tbe thermometer regis thing' wrong somewhere., "", .'\ ; .BENRY;Ci : letter. from;Met lelo.-ED.J '. MUTLArmotn''s :

; partner In' the Miami drugstore, F.Ai tered6'J, \t '" : .. r.One "Mr:Rutherfordj-who'baa been 'con MARKELL. I -4' 5StatBoard : : '.. .

. \t% t-:Lang,is now:sole! owner and:proprietor. . night last week WIN Salisbury fined to bis bed,for a week'past, is outagaln. X' WlLLIAMQ.TRYOy.: of H a1th. : ,
_- "prlse; .; :Success' '-" .>;tor:: .him. ..and.- '{his '-enter, set a trap in the hammock., :The. next .,< V \ > " : ;: (' - S Dr. Porter, during' bls recent visit ,,. "- Haros,, 'Dried-Beeff-" -! l' .
j : : morning bis trap was/'gone, but after Mr.r Gar'rett has "about recovered I "--ff--------ff----: - : to'Jacksonville and inspection of the .f ;
.c1.1 f ":The pupils! and theirrparents"6f **. : Vote"tor,one," .... -- routine affairs :the office of the State Pigs'. ;Feet. .!y\Bntter, > 1 :.

( > _Cocoa Flout district:are..enthusiastic wbere; hehad""set the trap;be found 't'I I > -, i'. jFor.Treasrirer; : __ Board of Health there,was much gratiified : andFrenh Eggs* 7 ;:: te-' "
'- CT.i0 T-thelr praise of ,Miss. Leila I Tatfs the' :and*also a'' :wildcat. BUENAVI8TkNOTE :, -. ; > .. S
: :t.nt large :1 .. $.. *X ALECK J WA RRENt to find that;the physicians eState .ORDERS rtihi1'TTiTFILLED; '
.' ibe, teacher in bat ,. .,
school. ' '
: { They re The car started toward;Will and .be > > U to. whom be has sent, *. great t tAS '
:, port"that'tbe 'ChlldftOah"tiJearAlni went; upI a tree.
rapidly.under minutes the cat moved off and Will tout moved onrtbeirjarmon;' the \jMiami .. ; '. '
? go . reported splendid' rluriiigSeptember,
: '
:_. "-- '" ., 'tlon.-r' .". J./ of the trN:and'Weflt to Therella River,*where,:they id tend to:"Ise"eKetable'crop :a";; 5. v :- be number of doctors reporting1 being" i'- : :; y : :t ' ;.

ff i: 'Weiwdrider.wh ;writes4Cocoanut.Grove ; where,igotMr.| ,Corfe and between" this coming.winter;',;:':' > .-the abQye dqea not contain aa far"above 4he' uStJ Lueragti.:. Hence ry'O" ? : :
.. #, items in'the,-Marzorous.. We them, they, _killed the wildcat ';.- Jno.Moody has accepted the sdperii;. many V offices or"candidates" as*"will the'vital statistics Department of;the .. !9.i .h1 . :, ,,:J "
.t. .. .'know who "Dots",is but-we mean the tendenee of Mr. : Board .is in fair The : ; ,
D.rKaight's. far ) appear the official ballot on November I. shape;I- ;Doctor :'. f""f '."t Jjw'Ly. ->. 'S- ; .
: -
1, '. other fellow...?When, weread.last:; :'UiAPAftAH"PBAmIE: r j\ on Big Snake!_Creek. 't;_;-t, 8,yet we believe! that it sufficiently reports tliat the'phy.Iciaria very' t"'n- i .

-t. ; .;'f ..(. *- .week's Items,the one'on Grove Babies I; /Continuous rains arid a!:perfect':del- '- ,Cb rJes"Buna Th,'Harp'o"OJu illustrate! to;any intelligent voter, the daily report their births and.df'ath1l'|obis ttiilmiWraj| &'% ,1 I {

"\ t .fairly.carried;..our. hearts ,by;storm. uge was uuwelcowediisltor-thl. are on' 'the.sick list this ';:week proper method of markinghis ballot,":/- 'office and,/ hat it is the'exception: ; S :1 ,

':: '"Surely' ,*'said we,'"this is a wpman's" week.-:' JMiami's r'r'* ,-'". Both are'at the Courly'House.<';-.- ;- Thevoter will waste his ballot tC' ": '. and 'not, the rule wben'.thf'y."donot I;, Forrnol,ppatklinic Soda Water and; ".:'iCniBbed : ,:

o_Fbea; but:some some one suggested ; George Bull fwhoJU-Ter , If;he marks on the right band side and even IK:such cases healways finds 'J Jfrnlt lce i. ' 4 !'
-. .. i' .that C.E.Davis.was running for offlce ,\ popular railroad agentj Mr. weeks is for tw of his ticket. &., *- It was merely forgotteunpt: inter Fore* Drnet cud ToUet Articles.. ;. -
:.t 1 :and be,was around kissingthe babin .O..'. ndleJ'/.pe considerable time op again; ,He has returned. The1 Doctor' 5 Fine)lu of tcISoe-tV1szsasd- c
"i-t bis "' lfhe makesr any mark on. tbeticket .neglected. states
praideast place at.Ojus. : .
L- on.the, ; S Tot arco* Special attentiongiven -
:: and';complimenting :the:motberaandperhaps Tuesday: looking : other, than |mmediatelyj theJeof: that;the books; oftbeBoardire; open to-the coi&i>onBdta Prescript. .
,:: be wrote* it 'Who knows l. '> over the acreage of the'coming:season.t tMlsa l \Dellie ;Plere' ot Le riori'Cit i the name >of.Htbe, candidale of'.his to all citizens the State and'" he win tIon.,, -& : se.ML&MLDRTJG .--

,.. .J:1'here: \seems' rto>bersiudemand'for: .Mr. J; Wi'Erickson ;arid,;wife!: 5.outtor&drISundaykft bpenstwodays Vsita:; '' this-"week In'. BuenA< choice, QT--+ ;y -\ be glad, to welc6meanyoueiwh6.carea

.t 1r> ) .;tomato plants., Parties write to"Dots'? rJlOOo. ? .visiting 'her.Triend ;.' .) - Ube makes a mark on the ticket d to study the .:Various.tabulations.. 'made Ob '
'some\ -Miami ; Fickle. and FForneV. it from'tbese Ggureat" .-..: .. 3l j .,- *
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':'1 for them. Ho ;seems I' -I :: :4. > I' . r' I f-f BJock.v ; 4
: ;h..1 Inquiring !: one to. tlng oat'tomatoes onTne day;;;This ;' If bemutilates vhis ticket-Inan ,. 1-1 i-I 1D
,'is; .:; Jiave'any on band at present;!" speak*well of the=prairie?landf:considering Forth1liB' l1t manner."I; Fancy:Pineapple Slips:
i i k :. '.?, .4.- We-"understand the'Rose:.family'areimprovingjin the rart,amount'1)f' rs1nIw. e : .'Homestead' fof 160 cl"'pine land L; Should anyone wish to vote-'for ; 1 Sale. > '
. w.ii.JWt'otlakh. .-jij. 16 acres, under''Cultivation!'about two whose.name is'not printed :r "
1 : ,health.after:a. tedious : person on > A Abbakas Egyptian Queen Golden . PprHent. p
., XoIlnLi1 miles.from Miami on tlje south side ot; the ticket be can do so by simply writingonXbe1 ) ;
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