Title: The Miami metropolis
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami metropolis
Uniform Title: Miami metropolis
Miami metropolis (Miami, Fla. Weekly)
Alternate Title: Metropolis
Physical Description: 12 v. : ill. ; 38 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: East Coast Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Miami, Fla.
Miami Fla
Publication Date: November 11, 1898
Frequency: weekly (published on friday)
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (May 15, 1896)-v. 12, no. 47 (Mar. 20, 1908).
General Note: Editor: Walter S. Graham.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00076100
Volume ID: VID00635
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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PRICES BENT YOUR/WAY; I Iq MIAMI MINCR 1AT I 1 Unnoncl puN Foe of prkem, J'Ja.all'on. kinds Wit,* N addreu.ttlnt' and X.'W.Ponltiy 5-19-ti-awl dm.den SB>- -" With the Largest Stock 6t : :-;. ". :.:.. > ;- ,... ;;t w

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Lansing .Michigan stating that two I
; laoj Minor Miscellaneous Miami }Hatttrsllodeslly .gentlemen from that city will be in /< : 'a -i4'\i\( .
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r lienlionel', .. Detroit Miami soon stating to that settle.a third.Also man one from from D. r- : :e. \> ,d" : :
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The SE TOREI r +:t thai city will soon be hereto- purchase t 1 y ( ,, 03

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URPR lr' you want Eggs Urn bur a trio: .. :
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White Leghorns. For pncei' 'address E. ;.If jog wd'g.not. believe Jkhat Sewellseltahoea r w'Y.' ti -brClothing 1 "
; Anuden. Ormond. Fla. >mi bxclJ. /cheaper than anyone else '.. : : }

.'G. Taylor of Gainesville,'a cousin ..llh.d.c.ames.t.be. largest stock in town '. {_ : .'- : J'1 .
of Gordon. Hruome,.f4M'nt!' a:portion and"' ,caiifit..... and please you, go and see! t '
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Co. of Jacksonville was a gues 7'of;'the the presbytery,In session at St.Angus- \"l .ft.

railway officials!. on theJr.trip here'.yeg tine'this week, to proceed to Jackson-: : ., : ?
r t"rd:1Y' .' wi. ;:> + :yille to'perform'routine' dut/forthe -- '

ltI 1 ev.!XX "Ft .-. lacitbgt ;pill.- reaeti ,presbytery there. ,next'.Sunday,' and \i/ : }
.in thth city Sunday ;inorning. .at 'li Accordingly will not return. 'to' Miami. : : a' ;n''d' hoes

dayBpt98 and -.m) .the evening: at *- '1. Sunday UK next week i :I: "J'!:
school : '- j 'iirs.Catherine i ,:: '
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;t .rs \ ,:'Qysterai .Oysterall!1. Oysterstil"eft'the tfaighc f ,, son' Balfour. and a servant 9J 'q. -.:. t.: }
Restaurant and ..FfOHStalld arrived from Cat Cay last night on.the
/Arcade" scbbOner.''Confideoce.: oh Ever brought to thfs market ''y I :
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department sings _a "son g' +rBargains: n. spending past visit Miamiin a few days.. : ; ur sand ;

:. '"Our, ,goods are .good, enough fOf"th ..nc' 'snd' : ( : mouths:with Pierce.her, daughter, ;. left SaturdayJorFort -I' ""fWOrk has been'commenced'at T Cutler I, leaders. ,of JI .,.,; l' t ..

J" '4 cheap enough for-the' 'pOor. Eac snd ) erY'one', . harry,"Tout exhibited to usafew; upon. the large drain which ..il.to.. ., be . ' '.; '., .. ,r'qlf'.l 4 '
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... : : .. at Fort Dallas which had upon- it 111 prairies '. '- .. .1 ',": :
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find ,the 'S '-'.. _.' ,; .' .' ;" F..W.'lla hn exhibitedtVthe' JtfrrKoipotiaa U. S.1 .Suprgme;.Court confirming. 'the Style and. ., LW -- Price; S. ,t,

Y ...( .' .. ' .....-t- ; .few days since a kumquaTin1 hif .title to the.property .' ..
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q / ceiyed'thei i best'bouse:.moving appa.ratos iI' I .;-if t. :. :- t g
The:finest line,of watphes, loc'ksl 4 ioTthe State and is now prepared -Nowin rq eito- can : -
: > nth fn: .Pri e.is the only l .thing thathas suffered,. -:+.' :. jeweler[ btahght to South ]Florida 'tOtfaove'buildings .of all k nds,and : : 4 vi..ceygi jff5Jnis --4

andquality) }sttg\ Come-again l' kin d, 'We' r: ;;. at Q'tTl Whaer.Ta'] 1. . ; ; ajcadebuildmgpfter; )<;t. 2<|. .24tfColifq ',t lliamiat..the.spring election '0.1.itJTtie , r y : -' -
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'./ : 'Z cit i5\and. f'Ave k shall.1 "' add- .'to*- : 'rlike 1 .theollo/ __ vv--? a'ues1C' ,ilr}U.Uanimerinan"of west. Qtiful'dibner at the Carey Douse at :" ,
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I 10 r eves woVf NoTelty Baitings it.. .. .? :. .:;. .29cper7ararnwortb 50o .: bSe1)cr.0.. 0- -p a. be'o 4\fit for.the roost exacting pur- bl ; '"
.>f,_ ", ';1:1: .34-i tboh Id re ty Sa t rage a" RiNSrs..i4ot': >"'' J j..rtb'200., ,A .flit i :of fhe }iytve' has 'the .lAItodJs.t..JJl's>parey .hall a.ple sant, .ma1Y! larg tns ...f rl 'Ye. . : -
.E Sa, ? sA ;'hoi' finely situated ,which -. iItfS"'f.; '" ;p: '''.''' .1((. r.1. ..;I
Mgt oii.mts .thank for. of roony. e r "" .
SK/r'o[ : ,see;:our: it7.00''Imported -8uit'P.. *m& Tbeyrare, a bag 'very' she will .tub'eglnnln, ..':;'';'. ..'ci-A--: _, .;:, ( ...0"tJ, .', '. ".........t...... _: ,1 :
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. ; .: r.r: .jMr8 J.; B.. Powers and1 daughter .lincoln charteredUrom: tb&.Crumps, t- .. ".r:; '<' .. ,'b-!.
.ly .' 8oa* finer ones at. ;;. ...U. jVi...v.y*.../,?>.?.-. .>f....l i ( .5 00XBlaekliod -. ; ', .
: .Colomi TiffetM,Gm Grein and Satiba to peae( everybodj.A'codi : I .Louise;Xti?if A hll\utJ. Jfy., arrived. wlUbOt."K ': on'jjntilxlater.: : The" runroni : : ; C.:5'I:
w .; :r'ursday: liighC to j join ilr. Powers .at JftcksbnViilelto'Buiyana; will be 28 .; 1
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' Ice cream:.and cake 10"f.pntg-: the ,'1'he3Iiiml.wilr: | ptupoB' the Nassau ... \,..'' ., ' .. .. r
. Arcade restaurant... ana 'fruit'V8tarid; run Jan a1'iIO'next'; for the 'winter's -'tt. : -i -: : ::: } -t.
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; >lete'lineoi; Kid OiOVM iii' .... r 31 n and }Irs. Arthur Sa; lorot.. 'oa.uut '}-Aliklnds'of: 'of cool drfpks,at oo.-loon. Lad.ei. Featherll 'st''T.$=t.oo .L n'8so.ts: lf l.L.8JJwllJ( >e'aoiJ- --': "

,[... ., Lite.Tans; .Brorrue'aad BIacN.. Grove leave for. N'wSwyrntomorrow. tain at'r Jthe.Arc; d restaurant ,and '. - :. :,. .:. > ., ... .ar.O' r cent leas Lbany the2egolaiC '
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: .: Mr;SayIpf goes to:.rizoni ,rult stand... '521-3DQ-fcl Ladles. Wrappers, worth. ,I '. ,price.'t'. '.bJ.rim ; ->-
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r EVERY'.PAm .GUARA.NTEED.9 . '. ''ngo[, health.The ;. of Nortb Miami, left; with'the'MzTaoromsTfew ,Balmonl Strts I ;-1-: 0:(" ', ;, ,' .,. ....... .-.1-.' .'..' ..;:, 8,4".' r ..... .

,. : : 't' J' long-promised shower of meteors : days since a box of hisEverglade' worth Teat.......*,;. :. .t-4.. .8- ; .' !'. .,.!:: : ,. .. . ?... ..';... '. :!-, ..:cLsdiee'Shirt :
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and, the, ',14th. Astronomers! for.t1.50 box of 60. The cigar isroade. : : < :
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':' ..\ ... I ;O..r > > li :1 mixed;?with ,:Havanlc-and'lurnlsb" 'a' worth : : !
... r-T' ''\ p 'V mild'and,agreeable smoke,to those wl lOc \ .., :.; j I .Work.pl ...,. fR. .;.;..
) : : -" .. :. r The infant child of Dr.-W. f3:-anc o at..i..a., : : .. "' ,. ( -:: .i.',:l',.
n. v; \ J i>*..; 'i. '- '. ;:"- . l1ri.'Grabambt'can> of whose health like a.fight.! cUt r.: .- A." Bleached." ...010'' "10' "- '" ", _.... ...... '.' '!< J "
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'J, , '..... 4, ; I." ':" "- summer! .is. ''yery lyw "and is hardly; a bres of muck:land.from which ,1.250 1- ; -'. r ._ '' 75'l-.
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: .{;..tilAat'Fse: t: pion.;:r J ateejtietreoetve! and FSEE TO'EYERYBODY., } j. e=expected to. recbyer, ti cretes.of\ :tomatoes were shipped;:JuIlear 4-4' tnhieachedSheeting: 't. J: '; :>! _.I. "-: ... ',r. ,;. ,'_. S .
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t: ':', ,. :'u00wda t4"Fmitrlb Loom C6CD\. ; ,..: ; :ij arda tot'1.oo. for ituproyed or uoiufpr.oresid nce'properLy'li. urnish' ;fertilizer'and crates=and pay '"'< II ue.a t." -' ...' ...., 'e'oy,1j' '' ....._. . . ."-. .F M'
.r, .. ".1.100ylrd.4:4.Cabot.COUOD.: ,.h.I.7.>..I .; .l'-" f..i UB7ud forri OO" ." .1Iiatnf.' .. address' : P., O all expenses to a person who will:work.. Blanketsworth'" /. $1.25per .': F '.: ., .4t. \ ::;- -.lil',, : _, ., .' "f.:;.""

'.. .' \. : ..8Yarda,4-'UDbieaeb)( ( ,CottolY:. :.nH,.s!::!;!;::::._:, Verde tor< 1:00; . box3J.Miaui.| .d-1-tf This would seem' to"bea:good:oppor pair I ; this i sal*': .'. ; Men's Feltiiats aIUt 1 at20 o8. .
F. t.800yards Dark Calicoes. all'cobra ...,!.;l !;..it'o:: y:.iatseperyard: Uey::C* A: Moya'', a uban, pastor 6 f unitylor a worker,without;ready' ? 1i4:7: 9 .; f
. ,1.00fftarda 40-inob Curtain florira ..t .......... .. the M. E. Church the Qubans{ at ltneanswith: which to put in I crop 'r : Now this Is the ,
,; :. \ : ; ;: '! :- .i.6/'C? per yard among ". "* -* i *, f >*. .*,4'f. Calicoes all, go at. ..:. ...... ;::05 .. '$ t: ; -,"." .: > t.
b' .. '; .: '. -f.'V rJargetbeat grade.,American, Hock Towels at.?f"tF"f.l00 eneb! Key 'West, will preach IIi the pulpit of .At the: last meeting of theY commonouncil { '; ':" '" _. ; r:: : 3'1 :- 1r :-' 'r,, ;t<'1t 'Bmllleroueenb.Af..:Ia_ ......... .r.::'-..'.;..:;..i,;.... ,. 4 '012\, 50. the M, E. c butch <>f; this place Sunday. steps were",taken_ ;to organize i i.Order.\i\ .reduce our stock we'will : GRANDEST SALE 1: F '.p:. '
3' tf ,.IAdiea" Wool Skirts, guaranteed to fit, at;..!J L60,-$2.60, $ .oo and (3 50J( \ ,morning:, .evening" idse company:; The matter was left in ,' eell'our Ladies' Woolen. Dress Goods .:J,' : .. ': .

,. .>.'BeaQlifolBilk. Skirta,.at. ......./... !::..*... .,,,,:,(.... ....- ......,.* B-60 1_ Mrs. S. A.Colyin'and niece _Mfss BG. .. he bands of. rVT.-Budgewhoauthorzes'theMavnorous :- ;. at, OST..1..1.. -'f'o\ \ the" 'season* ..99" be" sure,!oil' "coJD; _;- -. .
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: ,, V.5 '.. padre Panieto eoldIromLS removed lathe east side of. Avenue 1 Dat ,b cycles 80-inch_.. wheels, at ::4': <
i" ', 'j200 no' ::Knee he : O.to 75e pet pair 0, "-.. ..'' '," , eel-tI'
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:100doen Ladire'Fast,Black Uoae at .i .. ira for where '
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't,; : ..:25.: Oenta'75oNegIi. ee8hktv_to doeiat;..':.';..fc:J*.J:::.:. each Doii't burn: bat> until foil .see :thamammoth" tober 23, while passing over a, point c' .,,' ,' ':i 1"<; ;.
) ::, .' Gente.Kogstoa. 8 at .,::r---;..::.t-ti, ; :a:-:. .. ; 81 'per pairrt : stock, : '. Sewell). 6.r-: n arthe, Hillsboro river' near Ft..Lain :

.1'.i, "<,':;; .' :;.' .r:.ybtreeet'. .-'-liobool- ;Shoes:, ',",:, ;.at.:; \i.i..: ..: .. ..'T::-' ..",.:.--r69&J& per pail'S4 ... , :A'nite'of :for. the t trip .to ..New;; 'd rdale; the train -.passed. through i aslight IDEALDRY '"GOdDS12th 'e :r f':cr
t. -". : -;: " -" 5' ,-Worth. every cent..of'l'J.,... ,;.. ,,' oc"- Smyrna and return is one of the inducement snowstorm t..'The writer and E, ; 1 -, \ : : ;' : ::: .J.-. 'J .
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: ,'..:The Village:Improvement! Society,of bi lity for.the:statem ;..It,:now has : -' : : ,- .
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: J Lace Curtains, e ? Lemon-City ;will:bold a box.social' on the ,consent.of ,:Mr.: 'Brady,tons: ;bis ; J's''H.t'E" ," ; : ,

$. :;;;::J.-(,.:.Covers, .;Rug,1 Matting; .Art:; ,_Squares. ,. Hassocksf , 'tf Wednesday '\eningJfovember; babe In verification of the statement..' J yo'r: : : : .: .,,:: :-., ; g Y-,:-9 .
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"' .. y.: failt remember that. All.are, .ialll.io'lted: .'_"""" ..__' "f : ution of Job printinri/' :::( .: 1 .it <'''!+' : I r_ -< '.; ,-:. ". "' ';
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!; '*.": '% iStprelis5: : ( uarterst for uch(;!i s/well; as; ;foil.DGoodClothin r : aaThebull painted;' i .black of Instead; .the 1ft'of the rkb; white og; '' .He roux lnforinttioncomes'to'the'MsTa that the:Florida: ': : CoaaBailway 3 (: ; ..O: .\ :f '/-, = -, ;>i. :;;-J: .:t;;,' : ."

'i 9t .. J g.'Shoes'and. Nations:. '1 i paint in :use.fast winter which pure was to has six:new cars".buildin( :for :r fWide= alsrand'Con, 9 at? {t.' li! $1:25.: :4 ....;,\I ,

.t ''i .' ..,, AwOrd: Il'tliegwtse f >.::VisifSurpi'se! -:... _'". easilyrsoiied and which gIvlthermagnifceuf'sbip :: the use e vestibule.of;: the roadT'hey'consist'ofth sleepers and;;three baggage 'Y..I' "1i* ';sit l ,li '. IS 'U <:' ,'*-1 +ihn.s.' 'r50'' ..: -.:':
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r-fii those at the Arcade'restaurant'and'fruitatalidareeepectallyso:: ."' ; :'. ; the Mrntbrous yesterday that : \ .I.e':0'
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s' :4f ? Qy N-' /2M0nday / Mra.; :Tohii''. 'Scot: 'et: _:Philadelphiajoined leaving'Miam} at 8 p.'m.',and..reaching .->',: 'Sole; Baland, .; :.Co1gJ. : -;. -tL '. '1:754gIC1 : ..:.. .,-. -'t .. :':
?;-< *i/-: her husband the Biscay last ; .'j. ", } ''- "-': =
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.J .. : week:; :TbC3h1be! joinedr'by.-.their. usual! day)limited tnJDJ"otlldrun.:: 'as I .:. : ,K11. Co g.. f" :: .:;: ...' " : Iffk,2. .QQ : ;; : :
,, ,. < 4 < Nav ,14.' son Walte?'.and ;wifejn: ;; few days. usual. ,this winter fit -\/- t 3 ;'- "' ( ;:; '' ''':: ''-- :': ' ''' :" ". : "' .

z, -? v--w: ;;, r . t f : , .-.-..,. : . .::: : ., 1 The family will;.'l rnff'u:'make ,_;;tbeir. ', rH J.T':Whaler has h d.his entire stock'I h; .,,..:....r-..G4enulne. .:JCaIitiYeltSole:. ',.. -;, . :,,-', '"3.00s". ,. -
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c :: f.: fered In The Pontofflce at Miami,Florida England and Japan.SerenthiFaicy ? : 5 ;
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I .n.* ixtyiuK in advance will receive a p'.r"* to mlO. -- 'U '
tmhHcriptlon lot $1-V, mud six month* nubkcrlMlou --. ---, .'r""Window t
:, j', : for TS.cent*. TM U a liberal :dis For Sale.A Shades:,
', ,oaat*induce strictly ad.nCtl"rm.: Pineapple Slips Refrigerat . .
'j .. ..7..,.. -'' ", ."- .' - lot of Porto Rico pineapple slips rs ...\ J. ''' i *'W'' ':A- '
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TIlfUi.K tre1one\ year old. Address box 80. .;
: '*IULK miEn'ON& MIX OXKAK
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4 ',91 Inrhcs.-jJ SU> 4 00 IS tll I:. co 2500 For Sale or Bent.Iloitietttrad Gasoline Stoves : ;: i

Inched..'.. I 1M OdOStt 10 (Ill I* ttt 11I1 (Ill J of IfiO acres, pine land, . , . _
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.lt- 12 Inches .S.MI- 15iO1HUI 'JC 4- < \. J, 'iho ll"1t Tropical Land Agency. .. :
) J. IS Inrben. ,e MXUinclR'S I > 4% OIl Ii" (III \ nkthe
Uocoanut Grove }'I2.trrcl But (designs exquisite they be :
,. 9MIS I7 <.0ISiH :kI) INI 4H 11) 111011 : as may are _
luolmr.. 10(M ) 3?411 CI l"l III till .1 . iFancy. a
,i--*, 2;.|A Indies, 10 toO 19 0' 34 II' M 4k1 IIH liii .Pineapple Slips & Suckers for only requisite Furniture We claim for our stock "seasoned materials tb.Qtpugh
nineties, IIWIB ..M till 31 i1 II' ; tll It"till .m good .
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,. '20 $In.U roO Itj R 1 I f00 6ti 'I' 121 00(. Abbakas, Kgyptiin Queen, Golden workmanships arid more, prices. you as to, figures}::
4; LneaI rr4In.Dqt1CI$7 trnt* per Hue.No Queenv Porto JdcoJ smooth Cayenne. \ "

*_..' ,deviation from these rates.' and Ked 8pani h. Apply to Bed; Dresser an4 Workstahd, $9.00.; ' -;
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pyblislied in supply'; : of oranges, apples, nuts, candies \ ,.

.t &EnHib.by i : .'G o. Eugene BrysonTUere & as-m .
: U nothing* remarkable' about the m-lling/it reasonable: prices. 6-28.tf __ : ;- ., ", - ,., _

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)paper-. ever print**! in EIiRlil'h.In. THE ELFilON ON TUESDAYA Jackson lead the ticket In majorities Bucklen's Arnica Salve ': : Goaxdian 'Notice. t: :HisLu.waSai.4: v. ; .
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..i- Havana or'Cuba. It Is a small' affair : according to our figures of 279 and 278 THS SALTS the world for cuts .Kotict U hereby flren thaTok the sth4)sr) ot| Mr.j.E. Lilly, apromiieutLUueaot -
respectively. Our returns may._ be braises sores, ulcers salt rheum fever December. uafter..1 can { Jlo
or a*soon Haunilisl lately had :'a wpodertaldelirsrauos ; -
,ni( erabljr edited and posseed of a somewhat the sores',teLLer, chapped bands chilblains *
changed by official be he d.llhaU M guardian oi Nora V. JackSon from a frightful :dsiatk. In:
'niust miserable mechanical appearance. Very Quiet Diy at Home, with a count. corns, and all akin eruptions and positively (minor ward'apply) loUis County Judge of telling of it ba aays' *l was :Uko.with ,

1 Itlspftbe: yellow journal order and Good Vote, We hare attempted to only carrjr out .cores piles or no pay required. It Dade CoUnty State of Florida for authority to typhoid er that ran Into'pni JlOl '-

?1.. appears* to hare.et out.to do everything the rote on one of the judges ofj the is guaranteed'to give perfect satisfaction sell and convey that piece Of land belonging ;to My lungs;became hardened.' 1' was so 6 -
Thic1IThiT1 GOD supreme court and one of the rail oad. or money refunded Price 25 cents per her,situate In said county and kuowp a. Lot weak Leouldo'&even'aiL.: nptia\ :,bedw '
-.A ; possible' to .exc, te the Cubans DEMOCEATICJTICKET ;commissioners' .each t cket. 1 box. Fotea.byTownIey Bros. 52126 : )
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.THBJOOaH WITH GOOD MAJORITIES.I i : Thirty-lour (M)01 Jupiter Islands; "surveyed Nothing helped noeV I ipeetsd taG{ soon ,
;" 'against he.'occupation'o( :Cuba tem- 1- We are lacking the returns onl the. 'andmsppedbyWff.Oksson; die of consomption when 'I beard olD_ ,._ -

1'I [porariljr! by this government. Themilitary J y --I- State ticket from St.Lucie and on part Citation. Dated October 88th.. .. 1888.,,:. ' ,.KinsN.wDiscorery.OnobotU.gavo.' '
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: 1. !I_ authorities should ,dump it The De"oer&Ue..BLatea.nctj%Show.Th&l Party i CanKreuional B. In a tarf Ticket of lave the not county attempted ticket from to Jupiter.carry out 4 the We lit, CODHT or'THE COUNTY JUDOS or iMii !4ooT25nOT- f O.M.- Dmytone WALLACE, YII.COIIQ1IY -. } I I great relief.: I eootijraed'_ to use it sad, -
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,rjnt.6Uav.ana harbor with the other Majority in B d..Connty. vote on. 'justices or constables, .pur COOMTT, STAta OP.7waina: now much am in itapriaeP strooir.. TbIsmauiIoas ean'tissy: 100- .

: ,fllib and assist the establishing of that would In the matter of the Estate of JnlU) .J : :.
f' a returns are so meagre they
1).Tattle,late of laid County,de-J 'Citation. medicine is the surest and quickest core
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"4Mr representative English. Journal in The election: Tuesday demonstrated convey bo idea of thejv'ote. Geo A. ceaed. : J JIt in the world: for: all throat! and long _

-'Havana, the! fact. that-.while, ''the. Republicans Wortey for justice and John Fro Ie appearing from the lest will( and teUm.nt trouble Be nJartizes&OeeataaodfLOaTi '' .
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o ' . for constable in Miami:had no 'opp0sitioBV I. ot the Mid Julie R. Htet isl bottles free at Tow Bros.* '
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4; t . a sboultler! the.. odium of the tiegrovotetbe 't f Tuttle of said county, ctorej IIC'
: 'deceased tbafVfl:' DeWittubl botdeguaranteed. _
H. Cleveland, every
-r' , ;Wfl1L.Lbe! :METROPOLIS i* making. i Us Democrats get,their vote. There Outside of a little 'flurry -of 1 al : &4LtO r .Ohio.;and;X X. Klnfsley.oJ MUml, "y.l, -' { ,-.no ,-. .- !l..d-..' '' .

'. preseot'write-up; of 'the( farmers and I were -mora'negro poll taxes paid than Interest 10'tbe county ticket,the j aG I 5ttSOl Florida were duly appoInted execu. ; : <

'.: if; ', :ifruit'growers. a' portion of the'space there .\Vfre. 'Democratic> voters. But Interest centeredin the election in ew tori and trustees ol sail estate,and It further ,;.X.; SNAKE cBzzLLABD7oajAfj:

'. ot.a i York between 'Roosevelt and an appearing that' be said persons so appointed ,; 1' 'f ,. '. -'I .
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#; ..usuallydevoted tones nte where U the result It shows as we .
_ Wyck for'governor. Roosevelt, be iu aforeaald have b ; ,7Ift MIa JDp ,
petitlpn duly filed applied -
j.3-- minor: nature""will have to be Uihrinilhed Ii5ve .stated that the riegro vote .is aii: Republican :candidate, was elected by 'to this Court for.letter> teatamenUry on'laid Q. : Ttve Awes Hlfh rjs .,

74 'to.some extent.. Some changes' unknown'quantity.. Neither party can about 22,000 plurality. r : '.stateThls therefore s Is to cite and admonish Y./l: '; ;:; .This.. 'prairie laud D"rlTJ..fTIJJ.ia| .

H iwl\Ibe. \ : made in the form,of publicatTio"distant depend upon It. It took a good large AgaIn1nterestwascentered in South .U and>'singular the'heirs legatees and creditors -- enough ta cultivation without enuase. .tad le -
negro vote to give the 'Deniocratlotket. Carolina, where the issue was,between very rSb"b.htgn pine Lllt4.1. *4 e bulldtaf -
:;f. t J i* ; ,date, which will provide whichit of,the said. Jolt*D.Tattle,deceased.,personally . : spot and anile free of rock One ails Iron.
andblacks. In some'coties
the majority secured. the whites to b. and apnear before me,on' depot pott office and sehoot&oose" Foe price, ,
:''t I I. :.us with ,more room, At present There is ,!beyond doubt :a. good-sized the white Republicans had drop Monday.the-BtH'Pay'of DMMnher.'&.D.UM,' '. -- . and, terms.' call'OB'or address : II' .>f -
4 !. i double the Democratic majority in the their tickets and turned _0.P. nUN1JNGT ;, _ ,in.j.. Rbsssee'. .
"We; are' "devoting nearly county, county Hit .
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; .my |InJuno.Florida, end show cane,- Comer 4th street Lad Scenes B, e
;?"G I.* q.,ajmount'of.cpace.of any other ue'Y spa but>not sufficient to ,yield. majorities with tbe Democrats. The result if any-they caiwhy the said UtUrs'testameiiUry'thOnld - PropiieUMVs! "' : ; *' ?.O..Eoz-- .. .KUJ'. :;; ,- -
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raugingfrom 70 for Gruber to 279 for with the Whites, \ r- ;I- Q.boll..I. .
I.. ** 'Per i In! ,the-"wunty 'to news and fruit: 'Anthony 'anit.27SforiJckson. It'iaprobabb The next House of' Congress will not 11 ae.as prayed' 'for' with. Located. in" the TOO*t- p1.asMdeintbec1ty. l "i !f- -.if .. ,

_ ''j"\.f: ,and, .garden* :.natr .(with'no attempt) i that the'appointment of Joe probably: be Republican by, a small ont QlTen requirement bond., l. @ \v >;,- .r- .vjTANTSD-8EYIR1L ,TKCSTWQBTHT ;-
under hand tbis .
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my .29th day t /\2? 'V penoD' this a&its to snsgs oat tout
f'- strethpuL Nevertheless we hays not LefjTor internal revenue collector was majority,the first time in the history of October ,.D.J8P8.-1 / *> ; \- t3yPors flll.redxraia'water.,uSed for B MiDU> tliecauseTof.a few w hi ..Republicansvoting"the.'pemocratic'ticket of our thattbeeeeond hOD e mainly offleft sock conducted at home.TSalarr
,i'theepaeewe need Assoonascircurn' : country .. Lr'K.HEY8KK.tl throughout the boteL '
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_ .':1 ;: i stances.. lll\\'ar ;_the, M BTKOPOUSpublisft of.Congress politically 4noT-Mec.,, ; County Jndire. 6;'JO Isa-rn :L; .t i A. : booan _ !. tlie "sllnu,time \ept: some Democrats harmony with the President's policy BetereneuRaciest .U1ddftue4 sp.4- -
:," ..will-make such_ ehanges.as ito -, frttni splitt.idgtheir ticket.; during the first half of his term. It -' eDTeloper.Berbert K. fleas, Preat.'Dfp. .: ,
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'" ir.en: ern,necessary: V*. meet i ls wants -Dr.*Bolter ran a way/;ahead of' his is too ekrly yet to determine whether : CbIcaC"w.m..pI. ,
*' tlckft:at" receiving 184 the Republicans will still bold a majority - --- -
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_ ,i L.th&: )ItTIOPOLZ8. .never_ go & kwara.' to..-'.-J Jliami : :'Morse, secured J128 ,Below f we give the .vote of Daae W..I1, -iiTS NoTIC..rlxwyIo5To&ptT ,O&X$5ZZ_ .

) ret jho''step will be,talfe&' far-'in ,adroiince maj rityJeinJt'bout f'40 ahead of his county so far as we bare received ito ; I I'n er J "D''n" To SKU."A* iKTsaxrf attmn SaAt.

; f' : >tof.necessity' The.,'METROPOLIS' party; votei; .:HenryfAn'hony! and .Pr. to,the time of going to,press,{,/.j. k : ,jnATi or:la'HtxoB,, j f

: : | ; we'realize from its fast. '. '. -_ :CoroanuSj..emon LIkeYO1tL5U3L1amLOrove.Cy :. -"t"--i' 2' \ ; - : Notice i s hereby flTeii tharthSMiatelds neder.iga.4. .4 -

t : | !lattonrf', Weeab, ;!.tale ',.: oAJ. ... .fWortb. ;'4erdale. Lucie. 'Jupiter.. TOt ; :, ." ; ,L- to make application t. the Honorable .
: :tIit 'there''ll'|: '( 11 !StateFrea8ure.i- ::. :._ <-,, .j t ':.t- "',; -': ; .,I.WIiitfleldD,1M '. ,; i *: 'Have, ? ? fc. JL Z.Hey er/at the Coart Kooae at Janci Dadtr_;.A .f
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:: | of. the/Mam' River ( ) y 'ro..1 leo ::7. . 12 00 89. j just ". dm.q t :elegant ,; vorfnlr. Florida,,on'.Monday, the. Fuar ecata J: --

; | ; ( !. | ,Day (n) '. .4'. .'h"\' "23 4J ,,:7: 00. ,oo1, 1 .1 -" ' : -, ; ctar'0r' Noye.ber.' >Jl898fOT iatbefltf to

: :.Sna.p a' .Creek. jntrf '% hIUltld 8 majOrlty\\ ..'..'.u._ ..... .,.....:... .....'........ ......,:............21 .'" "... :.. ..' '....' sell the undivided ons4bird Interest.t'rnk., f .
: : : ) .pOi lJ not sent_ ,upon Justice Supreme f oort-t:; Pr. #; ; +:,: { .S"- ; ;- U. Dimkk; ,mln.rln-Lot tMd the"lank .

: Ini \P of eseW e have T 1Ior-D" ),!.!;.:; ; i.' I63 ---4o .po 69.*;- 812. 00 .:a7Jllbbon8 > : : : : : : HalCof:the- Soam..t',Qu rt ol tb.'ir tk.we't -

Ii3.apjretlated eubscriptionaiq"a! '! (Rh.-Ff) 77 'c .' 2 6 ", -00 00':1: : \ : ) t :QoarUr bt..Seetf40..atO"Ja ToTBtblp,

** t : ;- w' 1 :TariotsmajoriIj.:;,{...,.,.vj ......,. ..- .'.,.,4.,....'.c.20 :": .' C' .., .- Fifty three South,KioiffTMty-two tu04U
; : : ?*, know $9Ltje' a fact bj. un.-Commissionere] ,' :, ; . "' ''",* Vf* > <:/ '"Consisting of bO : d.seribedtaadeoutaint a1it14waersI5r, .

: : !: ..''Wc'can.;.state..withf DaypW.Vv./.WiU165'( : :i'60-, 6V'',5 '. n: < w 00B7i.* ; ,*" t-f : [.,W.:iyDongjass1 Gents $3: or!.. \ u v f ,. ;
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: f ),' .ascertained in: Lhe J sbIPmaD.R);.._ ....h ;,8 o 183 c" 1V79. ,00 00 :.; '8''- I '$3.50V and $4.(Q iJnl latest style l and '!'colors..- Dazed at Fabtt;BeaeIlwFIOt thUJJtlftfarot .
' ",Day'* majority.>.f 4.tiy.,.Fe'4..,.;.".;.i,... ..._;i..."'.'*.,\.4,..p.179 f : October. AIK 1898. Kir.DnUCKr : ,
: .;there :are c 6u twelve Bepresentatiy.w.. . ..: ",. >,"i : .- ;. Juio:.' ' ' . J. ..:' .. _1'\ f_ Plant:&'.Mark's_ ; Ladies'. \$1 Qf.to' $4.00 These .(; .' 2 no -' ,OatrdUa Of said miaor. -

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; for.advertisers""'_, Potter'(R)..,...', > &&:* M",::2TAssessor : ::184i, "... : } r; 864\ 4 ?are. unece11ed4for ri8tylei- erice. .. Our_ :' r .. "'" 'i.14od-1IMT'* . .

T,f-: ..1-{ ?* *** , I ,w I, 'J r '' Yon ,.majority' .7..1. .,'!...!.,...... ,.!.. ."U. !.". ...... . .,."... .r. 91 :, st6ckofH; :>.JT ,V .) ; --'::
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,t i : ? iJadge Broome Deao..t)4 . : ; : : .:' ; ' *: fe- '
*'. '\' ;jtlalght of "tbe 'sickness rChildren's
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:.*>- ',v f.; v'editor mention last.week of the th'MrTRoroi-iftWer-"death of Judge: /GruberD.t.svif/t.4ia' Gruber's( majority w, :/;,>.;.?.M..vi....; ;,. ,'',w'tHO j i..12'. ..H'n isas430. ';.-.. .'19. : Shoes . ; ,: i >'% ;;t ;" .''fR'' ,' V -V"
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I i.: .V. Jdhn D. Broom,JudgqDf the',,Seventh : : : \' ; : *-* > < J3 f I :\ ;!/ ,.<> St.. Leia.ci. S1 v ipjal.. ;
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AnthOny ((0)....; .. .l"l "T--; ':63"77:0")0& 1i Un 44 fi88 ,' j- '- > % . = > ".f t' -

:'-'> ',: i'Judicial.. October 2 Clrcuit 9Lt'at suaneeTenD''whicb took .place Judge on ',paris (R) ;::" ":.;: ::4.'j S.i. : :43" ; 17:'.:} !'>,:-00 .;" .:.:a.'<'.;13;). 254Anthony's 279 -.j I8allthat: : :;:. ;:could-desiredi; ; 'filt} ;&- 'GreeiirsLittle \ ,, ,Grows laterfere bo with Surface fihrubtery only. Does,etc.not.'- 1' "

.. Broome waa -63 ars of.'age" and 'an majorny 10 "."; u;, "' :: !1] ""' :', .
; y TreasurerNelsen .', : Giant-School BKbesare? Vl olufel tHe '* ; : _WHHASKELt.5rj68g.Iacol.i1 .
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i""attorDey ability and gentleman of ;, ;.. 'i :' ; DK1..ur:,u.T '-
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-. ., integritybotfi:in. private and, official R'1'f >.as ; 88 ,00.1 ,6. :,,- "' -to ghwe8<*>%w o : *v fr*' < ''\.
and th > l
Ihnimick (D .. ., .M ',"17.11 12 433 C13: most stylishjnable
-c. Jifer' Tbe cause of death was ? "! "1n8, : .' 'I' ?Kwitb'whlch.be:bad. beerr, afflicted paralysis.,for . ,Dimmick'S tnaJoritJ'.o.f..;.'',. . ""; ."H.... ... .. ..- ;;;i..';. l11 '. ; ra ce : .i"tnat- '..-- --"h v ev.et b # -
'of School Board Ho. _-. 1 ,, .. r\ '-:"' .: '. '., ",,' ',,t', ": ',' t"apP.'e. . ; w' (, en. :: ; :
.s ;Joa-r! ltbs. He' leaves a family' D :.: ..; .' : '': ''U"7: .. .. '454 .. ; '\ 'T t\ ;* : '-.t.: f'; L : ,
. wife a'son of 30 engaged In'law and a fKiog ( ):v.4 iv, ;*69 ;> .61 , :.71 ; 100 ,:>' ,12. :_ : i'- luy., 1 .. .. : < '
: (.; :'daughter,MrsThomas.Tiinson-or'Kew? :Zeigler ((R) .">'i'' .r87' ; / 10: ;. ,14> V77, : '00 i 'i!,00': <, 7:: S146School ' ;/ 4' ''f-.l. 'o'f>" Ncw-iort1irnP1orfda! : Air lia ud

t 1.''York. 'T interment took p1a e' in .Board No. 2-" jl : ;- ; :1-h'I I1S. >- 7* ..r- "'"_ } .. '._r :. '" .." .L P6ridsTrunkLIne .

z > : New3Tork, City.( .Pierce (Bvf ;,,;,;|...-87 ".*' .. :1S92.". ,. "OO* 00 _: .00 'ifi We. Speoiaitt { -. ; { Tto Table la XOeet Jaly!.111U45IN0 $.- '

?. iTrinity'eemetery,_, ._ Garnett' Q04'.;.4r.:121. .T 'roi'" l.84; ::411; ::00:0,. OO <,;:, M Iakia; ( ',' i0t ," ' .
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: -' ", $ NUkTUEKNPO1OT8. f o tttKo*7
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School Board No.-3-- ; l- )? :i ;, / .. -J*j-- : -'tT ; .' : -
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) i.} Cape'PThndaLight.WnGrunlCioLeinon ._ JacksoniDiv( : .-J..i.ji4l8r' .( .88 !A78,498 i: > 12 :tOO| .,867 ,. : } > - : .i' ,, : : ; : : DRUTtDIUY : : '

jl :V ': l City 'who atc obbs.aU.H( ) '' .: 'H634.:29. ,lG4i81OO. j. ...1I,201> i. : ( lass ': e-.lSh' sl son;iiLvJaeksouvffieAr iit SEp
; 4pt 'bigh- cust m'D which : .. .
.,. -. ' -. a : 7 aYoiee. 51I
842 ;; 140p
'Y cksoo'. maorJt-. .. .It-.'' < '.....:t. ..;. .'; .. . .,\ 278 ; ; *
':- ..rst received the appointment of buoy :a ._ . :; '' :. .''.t! ,, J _< ; ff.! : t.__ 1'r' -' -Cls tisp Ai.Fernandlns..Lv ltSai ?OOPa
j?light tender JJiscayne \ -I' 5 insures"comfort and.duiratiliiy. ; ? > ;2 7 5 : StEp -meren.--: 7asats45p
informs
: Bay {
CONGRIBS ; ,
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:, .p" .XsTSpPdusthat heba.. received bay1sAnderson.. ; "\: :' ) ; '." : :: : 'l ; **
.. : -7 -, > \. o- ; UOjp U5p u;Saranaab A. 52I 44lp
J't.: .appointment fort keenet:.of the Miami .._ 1't 3.. p 180 ,J22CocoanutGroe .7 .__ 12m( Ii Lt.-Savannab. 5 44p
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i-" -&. :'ape }'lorldalIght which will soon. be -- 'f 4/ -. i. fE i 4 67 811 i:, ; : ,'._ :. .: "' ," !rWe .': .. -. ;tt;---- J < {J:, "t 1 56p IMezZ.Fnlrfax&d.Lv. > ual2tip -7
,- 1 ; jrefltted,for .uIe. Mr..,Granler statesKtfeAtthe LemOn City .. / J 14 v' : .210p *lka -S :1. have 'almost "* .. ... .
$ 150 5
; light-keeper's' bouse 'at Lake,Worth i.v. .,,.....- ', .. .-.. ,...; -. .103 1&4J : : } splendid' line'" /of 'r' '0 '{ 406pW..W p 45 ta* H MLngustaO&Columbia,a.O. 1347; 1154$ .

.' J .; be Cape will be 'refitted, for the, use Ft.-tLauderdale,;,e V w.s..y ,; ? / i,-r8tK4jtici -** 12x12V- = I ,oof! ; : 11 25a Sparunborr 55p,4
_ rf sofhlmseU.and ._,' .,, .. ,.. .--. . :i 5IS ; !rfrockfDr- .i 14:p 5.Asbv1IIeLC.., k. S060iiwp.._.;:
; "familyThcBOoner' the .f r i4 s? -i..i' "j > ';V. '"i ri* 'V "t* _. :' .l.t" : 'lentS'ildBo\ : s'1-cf tli ii-\ : -8 Up iia Nu Charlotte,' '- 1020P! '
.t :s.1lht' Is.fitted, for .tise.the.better-, Jupiterjij.v; >ViH t.ijlj.j. ,*BA' OUSn M 41> ., *V H.KiiBir,. > I 2Bp SI7
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4 .1 : -U. :- .si' . -,' ',- -'_ ;; Total : : ; :;:: :t:ft_; ;::::: ;:::: ; :: :' .- 490: ;i . ., ,.' 'I,.- .: ., '- -,.-. .",*' -.-, .4 +'.'-, . f ,. 1043 help s si 12 sr.p ISOp lOp ...-""T-D Greensboro khmouJ n JUe.Va.hbunr,*"*.- .M"! Ismul 7$WP1I5.51i4 706 TO -:

_ /f r,:: ackzonTilIeUthWeek., - >DA1 8 _maJo l'T. .i .-11 '. -y ".;,-... ....;'!. '-"." "niiY. -. : From/an elegant t 'Clay;;wortted .s 'l.k: : 153alOisa 1p -" azpLza
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: \ *aa 'i' ;- Chrkitteevllle SiSol i tSS2a
.. :<:t ZOne ortoe tnot Inest1ngieatiiresof --. ; ";-. '' t- .-... ::--: :h." .:f" :, at' $4.00 dow brking.CloheslamJj !5pi Waah1ngtou.. Uifiais43a4
": .the Gala'Week festivities tab J lield A; Bargain" for Snbscrirs. lf yon like MITROPOUS;tb'j. i ; .; _, lo r: e t.W _sooa iSS p ?* .aftlmore.'e 551pt

'. 'r S JnJaoksonvHIe, .: Than sg dng''W k i _. ; fi' you see it today, send".us $1m.for,'a l 'subscriber $d tli 1Little four-year-old : ; 623a.JeVYork,.. i21Ia44p
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-. ? ::wlit bethpeace; Jubilee;-which:Trijlcelebrated i' i lEft POu; year l In"tdvanceor we will send'it'toyou \ '$;...:, --4Sp - -.". ..; ,Boatou.;... slp9 "
or, any per on>wishing: subscribe:. for $2.00 / : .
1 :b on :Thanksgiriag'inornufsdayf 'one .wld perer.' payableduring : ; .' s.-... t1 a"'f:1'. .- $ Isl 5)p Lv.J.tekwalfle .Az 9Ip asp; ,
-; Norember.r 24tb.. .? ." who pays;, ..year inf.advance' the,year; .y: . tfNoiRight'toiUkliaeaa. :- EBELIEVE"L* -* : : Jn1satplAr.EYerPn...;Lv .vsl ss74&pI
rf'Ctive.tbe"YETRoPOuS and ,
. ;.z--xt: will celebrate the )tbeJTrU. -.' ," ' ? t1., 4ltMt Aticsta.I' ss' ; t
: programme :
.We IIlS"ewYor ;World -one year for : ; .. ' ii&ILSial .Chanoo. 1t.i1OnOp ,
'.-:. 1 ;trIumph of.ur. arms 'In' tbewarwith $2.00] Subscribers. ia'arrears_should 'Tie who'is form i Wecan; ,.'furnish-* *!" i_ ,;:yotf: tWi: j rthi.. W-tf: SV: 17i4 -! --
woman lovely in'faoa '
ntth
=\ : Spsinan1ll befittingly repres -- ' . ,
n'a .i I .r Jaeksoavtlle ,TO-
in .No.M leaves ap.a
nd"one'rear ; i
'_, ': of pay ; arrearages and temper will always have friends ; want.1. ; \ "
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'h'StoJltlon ptoace "anet. thegloriousc ->- advance,jit the'rat.e; of.CO-per' I but yPu. "" ., :_ \ ) i ; : lee at-I M p.nt4 Fernandlaa at 620 p,m., ,ere
.; ::unlty pf.our,nation;' :.tJt . year one who would be-'attractive most,keep '' ' , ) en attaint arrrrea Brunswick at fttor-rn- ,
: ? WUI'.be held In Kirerside<. 'ark; and 00 cento fur the Tri-Wet-kfy; ,World abe health;, ,lf abe iaweak;sickly and all : X ,No.S3arrirMJat EventS at 730 a. ,.
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ryrbereft' large jjjatfortn will be erectedafid'tbeentlreprogrataiEnepf in addition( \.Sub5erlb rs;' already paidin ran down aba will be nervons and irrita- ': leave*jremandjaa' -B> arrtiea Yule *.:3.*.
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: g. the, .mornIng -, ;.advance. fyr the: MrinBOPOLi who ble.Jf'lhehu; eonatipatioo; or kidney .p :y 'Uoods" GlothiUg, Sheos)11dJatsWithmore s a.Nos.3lr ra.and sriiresaijckaoovHhe*, 35 and i7 make eoooeetiwu'lorBmnswkk. at 551 a. .

.: .J '_: will bs(aVfollowst per pay'pneyear.rear Mtith further an'additional|a advance at O cents|1JX> trouble 'her{impure blood wilir;,canae J( ,, -- , _. '.I 8 HO m m.respeetivetr.arrtttog BnuMwtcIC For Mew 4 ao Orleans a. m.train and, i11

, % f"L-lJ-Processioir will foroiat the foot pheplesjblocbee.-akin erapUons and a : satisfaction' and for less leaves!JaekiODVllte Mi a.m.with through tleeoerv ,. '
frtb1'IiWeek1yVorhIw1lL.rece1ye; .
< ,otMarkctstret'andproedLo: ; ; the wretched 'complexionElectrio'Bittern : .< ;money: -. -arrtTlnfC.Hew- Orleans;74G-aOnly '

.:' .1' psrL;;' ,}'ioatsrepreaentingFeacin4 $uat: j lp rfo.oneyeraudjreceIvpropercCeditontheir.ops.; ] i8 the. JiMBt; medicine in the world to regu : than :any other house in .South FIorida' t tA : '' > tttrouffh steeper ttae Arrives JaekaoovlM'. -
r .ThTh.W'eekly.Wurldjahosst .r j' from Sew Orleans 1:62: p.m.: w fSLK01KQ
. liver ,
.- -ar'''anddlff@ren:; scenes of-the !laW andkidneys ;;a4tputhblood. *- "* *** ., * ,, ___; CAB 8XSTICX. ),
equaltoa .
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:W1tb)8pain."ot. _ ._ It gives strong :"'" - - ,' .
nenree ;
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1 ,daUy'vaod i! ; &and Fast :Steepen'betweeaK
good Nos.
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:' uly/toosta; bythisarrangem OUNCE '
:,ilO,00-iKationar salute, .of cue;bun- brigbt.:eyeaVBmootb,' relvvty:_Bkio.richeomplezion .J : ' ..
:; ; . ; { : w York and JaeksoavUle and_-tne OadattaU. .
fkC -drMigUDS.. __ 1M..'.' 'i'- .> '. at'60 cents:a year- -one-hall- ;. .It:'will.make agooa1ook.lag I 'V -' . ) .: .: t- ; ,: -\t i. tt".. : akeperytaAshevifle. - - -

.' .:1OrandthorsofQne? buwred'tomes ,the priceot.a metropolitauiweeklyr .;].' ,obarming..woman.of a.roD-c1q_in- ; :0.! -!our. solid, :values is 'worth. .c1. i rth. n: a'? ., ,. Jacksonville>4R.STand 8 carry New.Through Yorkia Keepers eonoectieo-wfllk betwee --
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'. '. :" '.,''7" ,. :'?" '";'. '_ '- .: .! 5f ',:' ftlJd..OoJy osnts,, at Townler" Broai ; -\ ,': ., -,{ 'L J" 8,is,z and U with PnHmanSte_ per UtweeBjiackaonTille -.-
- -.; ioraaon'Ourtit1onq ne -. . \\ /II. ( :.:. : "" ; 2.6Ii:" : 'pound., .ot" b".apJalk, ''';7' f ; ; ,.J-.:,r;. sndTainpa.- .-- : ... "-i .
eorator L -: :WantedSituat1oTh) \ '', ; 0 \ ;' : No.86 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited .
: u .r. ooaJ ; -' : : - f l STpura ii to. 1'i z. hIs is to JaekjoariBe k Kv gal ., -
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-_- .. A i 'Tn'ffTooery lrt lry'goo'* : ; -A*0. a.t1O"EIL braojtht,n.nP,.,.A.pt: y -

l' 'fi ..L'a.. ,1.. .t.et }ly the .c 1 1 I I ye I*"'* experie ice J OCt ..dI eJl', wb ch neWs! repairs tolH.T.Wh. 4,# : . C. { .. ;' -LItaL tic. A'... Baj_ treett T -
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!'the contents of seven degree upon the position whicth
Way Down in Dade. them !n the Government Evp-ri i. throwing evei-y -
I mental fttation. grounds We feel ('O-- rows together Plow the middle row the said leaf occupied wile on .the I
From the Florida Agriculturist.
claim first and then ,three eaCh side. In i
The prospects! ill this section of the I fident that 'when Me make the on plantow
"- :Jaymg One they should be suppose your plants (have been
< \an crop
country, for a large vegetable crop that in t oiit hern Dade a larger away II
; of frufts. \'egt"tabl flowers aol bruised as little as possible and not set in the usual manner In good, deep, -
The
was never better than now. acie- tj
: age will be 'increased' man fold over shrubs will grow thin in any other broken or trimmed in any way. In ridh soil, and you expect to top them .

1' test year, and the farmers profiting portion of tihe! United States that we the October issue I gave an outline of soon, and counting from below upward --: ? :

'the) best of theml you propose to save. ten, twelveor _
that hfls for its pitting
claim
by the experiences of last! year, will are making, a waj C -- t4 '
To misrepresent I Cassava should be bedded this fifteen leaves to the plant, as the - '
fa
give their fields better tu'tnre: This foundation-
of itself will greath iiwreaM:'- ? the output or to induce seittlers to come into this month nl-o Cut off quite close to the case may be. Why allowyour plantsto

then add the i more used acreage, or another section! would do more I ground with a sharp hatchet: cover I! remain incumbered with trash and

and the resuMs will I be an I immense (harm .than goo
: of all kind of vegetables The this artitleto conifinepursehes! to simple and bed ,line 'tunes !the same as tthe sugar which if 'permitted to develop would Z
; crop
make best tobacco? Instead of
farmers will plant a much larger variety ;facts cane Cas sa\a. is .a particular cropin your -' <

: tiian "lat yeir. Trtmntoes will The future prospect of the southern that it cannot be harvested pike an doing this ,when your'; plants: are

of iDatle is oer-> be left in the from two rto) two and a half feet high,
!be the most extensneh) planted' The portion county ordinary crop; it must ) '

acreage in egg plant will be {Treathincreased tainl\ very flattering: Miami 'will be ground until wanted for use, Tenkiys or as Soon as the seed buds can be ., __

1 This ve 'think is one of the the center of the commercial mUv is the longest I have ever known distinctly} separated from the delicate I ,

best and most pang crops That' can est.s and the resident portion of the it to keep after being dug up. An- upper leaves snip them out with a '\

; ) be grown in this section. It is a little His<'a.. ne Bay country It being the other peculiarity about it IE, that sharp pointed scissors and break oft 'Opj JcIv .r"r -

.4'-, more difficult to start '1>ut when terminus of the Flagler Astern of when left in the ground it will\ go on the lower leaves to a height of eigfht, ; _

the plant is once rooted, it is a rapid I I railroads, the terminal! of three hnes growing year after year until I the ten or twelve inches from the ground. : 4'C43P 'e- ':.: \." ii

: grower, and a free bearer For some of steamers, viz., the Miami and Key whole ground is actually i You will have remaining on each

j reasonthe soil and climate seem peculiarly West line, the Miami and Nassau line, ed with Cassava roots. ho.neytmb- plant about a dozen leaves and these LY:

adapted 'ito its growth. The and the Miaim and Havana line back- profitable< crop arid leaves are to make your wrapper to- .

t j quality of fruSt cannot be excelled. ed up by one of the greatest fruit and shouia 'have a few acres of it.\\ bacco. While you keep the plants "

Last year some of the growers, after vegetable! countries on tOve glOb, insures It is not too late jet to sow rve and scrupulously clean of suckers the two }' __

the winter and was marketed a large' and flourishing population oats and few of them willtome sprouts" that start: from each of
spring crop a acres
cut the' plants ''to the ground. We WOuld add to this that in very convenient in the wring their tops and on very thrifty plants, Safety! Coiforir Quick Time! Low .- Rates!,. .' ;. _
of the the ones next 'below save. These
shoots Miami will be !the headquarters you
They soon threw up vigorous when feed gets scarce and pastures !
Florida East Coast Drainage and Sugar sprouts and their subdivisions will '
: and bore fruit all (tihrouglh the summer bare. I Jacksonville
which! has a capital of produce your filler tobacco. Buds finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer Between
months.! There will also be alarge Company, November should be a busy month and .New York. ___
The $2,000,000. It 'is now expected that will appear on these sprouts which :t "
: J increase in Irish potatoes. in the kitchen garden; omonsj can '
should be off wLth the scissors composed of the follow m. Handjome New 1Jte18tl&mlnt
Is
work snipped The Fleet
the home of this this company will begin duringthe and sets.
; glade lands are vegetable still be planted, both seed \ "OXZL: '- 4
The yield off this class of coming wi nit er. We understandfrom Ml varieties of winter vegetablesshou'd saving on an average about six MCOUANCHEM' : (new). "ALGONQUIN TBOQTJOIS, ,", .

that the plansfor leaves to eadh sprout, and the same +-sINoLZ.----t '
authority
marvel good '
perfectly month. Mustard
j lands last year was be sown this ( -BOUND. ,
NORT
satisfactory their dredges (have already! been care should 'be exercised In removing to the tide.
i ous. The prices received were makes good greens and grows rapid- Steamers are appointed to sail according -
and submitted to fhe 'com the suckers as from the main stalk Fla. (calling at Charleston) Sundays. Tuesdays und 1a1lnl1ap.From
drawn "
'lake It year in and year out IJ' Peas not eas.il}' affected i>w the From Jacksonville.Charleston.!!. 0........ ...........4.... .......Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays . ,
Hals is among Hhe farmers favorite pany. This (' )mpany owns 800,000 frost, such as the marrow-fat faimily, below. Near the points from whereor For hour of sailing see Clyde Line schedule, or Jacksonville and Cbarieston,daWN :
of laud as rich as decomposed suckers will start which should be SOUTH-BOUND. (
crops. There is more attention being acres snoultl 'be planted, and kale off all Mew York at S p.**.. a.follows *
; Pier 29, East River '
The saved and third generation of appointed to sail from '
paid tothepepper." This 'IB oomparative- vegetable matter can be. men kinds should be put in this month. a ; Steamers are.

ly a new shipping product, but from behind it are men well known in the Knglish beans can 'l>e planted, &s it leaves allowed to develop in the same For Charleston & C.,........................ .......Mondays Wednesdays D4-J'rt4ap and.Fridays V\. '

the very start, itwas well received, financial world. Th* president of the is vetrj' seldom File winters are severe manner as the proceeding generation. For Jacksonville Fla. (calling at Charts ton.) Mandays. Wednesdays

and has ,been growing in favor each company: is an experienced' sugar enough tod.image them. Cabbage peed A fourth generation of leaves may be

3'ear. It is one of 1toe easiest crops planter and has spent nearly two to get plants in February should be grown upon the mare vigorous plants, Southarn Iill18S T
investigation. thjose leaves which ore the Now EnglanQand :
to grow. The plant iras great vitality rears in the mfost searching sown this month. Flat-dutch and saving Clyda

in ridh land. E. V. Dlackman most centrally situated; tibet is in the
and. bears profusely, dmnn-head are .the two most suitable 'e
direct line with the -nufin stalk ) \\It .
Miami, Fla. most ; (fREIGHT ONLY.
Celery will oome in for a market varieties If early cucumbers are
but no more leaves should! be retained (Calling at Charleai on, 8. X, both "..,..)
,this year. Last year there were wanted, now is (the 'time to make the -
: crop the mature. "Steamers". Appointed to sail as Follows: ,
For November.The than plants can fully ) '
several growers made experiments hotbeds for forcing them 'I From Lewis'THUK&UAX8. Whazf-Botaa, '
month of November should see And now all new sprouts or suckersare From Foot of Hopn street, Jacksonville. '
t :. with ,it and they were so we'll' satisfied At this time of year the farmer )1U1J.LI8.i" __ = -' :: "
'- ; all tihe year's crops snugly stored to be removed as I fast as they appear. '
: with 'the,results, tihat They will plant Should should cast a retroapecjtnve
Several of away in the barns. The main work .Meanwhile your tobacco' is CLYDE'S 'bT. JOHNS RIVER LINE -
for snipping this season. glance back over his yt>tlr'sVork and : "
for this month on the Florida farmis ripening from below upward and as : -
these growers had been engaged in note his failures and successes; find' (DB BAli LINK.)
digging the sweet potato crop and the leaves ripen; they should be primed SANFORD/ .liNT.IaU'1WI&: J/'LAp/ AND
growing celery in Michigan They out Hhe 'cause. of the former and rje'm- JACK80NV1L1&, PALATKA. '
T making sjrup 'We will consider the *: taken to the curing house and aItie.saL.&sl .L.ANU1NUd ins. a.L.JU1il'4d: WVttB. I I ,
pronounced the celery grown by them edy: them in the future, and if possible lT

last year as being equal to any they latter first. "For the last few weeks, improve on the latter Towards Steamer MHarry G. Day,"; ; '
time and opportunity occurred, thesuga.r '
as
hod. ever grown in their native state. the end of,the month we shall be called \
should have been kept W. .A: Shaw.
cane
Florida East Coast Ry.SOUTH Capt. -
A few gardeners also experimentedwith upon by a Presidential proclamation '
strapped of tthe lower leaves to sail as fo owa: '
cucumbers, as a neW crop, with green to observe a day of Thanksgiving Is appointed .
This operation is easily performed by ..eave'- Jacksonville........ .............. ......Tueada7. and Saturdays at ids p. as. '
flattering results. They wild increase means of a piece of hardwood shaped for the many mercies received during BOUND. .e&VM& Saniurd.... .......... ...M..... ...... ....Mondays and Taursdays at i M p. .... .: ,

their acreage tibIa ear. the year. from" an all-wise Provi 1. ,STATIONS .. JDsiMDsilyLr AMi TlCJUbT OJf'ldCii. tut WJWTT UAY. HT.. JACaw -
like a sword or spear; a downward Ut.NiOtAl. i-AiidliNUKK
The farmers as a rule do not take motion of this implement effectually deneeLet us as heartily as possipleafoserve .. rO.,=:J: bUr4vLiL.h. ;. i

kindly to the .b a.1I. This has always strips the stalk of ottl 'the leaves, and this day, for as a Jacksonville .-L......._......... ** j oop W. I H. YVAKUUHTON. T. zA.. ItiKiwun Jf. .IL iaijN3LONQLt. Jt... Jl&. P A. '
been a mystery to us. There is nota great reason to be AT "St. Augustine ............... P 4 top <.Urevu, New Xork. u w... d. J&C5a0U'VP ... '
", leaves the cane clean and exposed to Lv St. Augustine ................1'_. 35* 4 iSP Taht). . .t.Utsat. :I.. .AIL, .I NO. 1."Suvviiu? Isuperuueuaeow
market garden crop (that is more ;the !Warm rays of !the sun. This serve the year now drawing to a nntionjehave Lv Hastings ................_.... ._ ics\ 4 gpAT 6 Holing: Green New r9rk. i\ Foot dogan: tn.. JacasouvUM. Mtm.

sure Khan tihls. It is a general favorite go down in history' as Palatfca ........................ 551! j jjpLT '
\. among be purchasers! of Florida a double purpose: It dears the: cane most remarkable in the '- PtUtlca .._....................._.ii 451. 4 lop .WM. P. CLYDE 6 CO.. ,Qen'.. AK t S
ready for the mill and at the same Ar San 4SP* < JSP
; truck. There were a few planted last race Our armies have Lv San Mateo.\u\I 4 3 jop Mew lurk City.- U Bo.strong. I.O5LLYS.. k'ku--'paia."
,
with the best of results. This time sweetening the sap in the cane ous on sea and land and have been Lv--East Palatka ...................II. joaJ s top wwUnv Ureen i
year by the exposure to Ube sun Before Lv Onnond ....................... loop 6 jop -.
crop'will' be increased, but there will lIlac cause of freeing millions from a Lv Daytona ....................... I up 6 lIP
; the demand. beginning the cutting of the came, than .slavery. And as Lv Port Orange .................. t zp 7 ep --',
not be enough to'supply: bondage worse .... .... .... should Bacon Curln .
Lv New i
of seed should be bedded for Smyrna SJp 7Sp 'l'he work of suckering "
M Cutler a few onions are planted plenty ; ; Florida farmers we have double reason Lv Oak Hill ..:.......::....: .... J4PLv . indebted to an exchange LoT '
next year's crop. In making the bed TitoiYill ...................... joap ...... continued and goes oil conjointly We are
but very few plant enough only for | for Thanksgiving, for our crops Lv City Point ..................... J JSP ...... and She following recipe for bacon coring,
is section where tit is not advisable to make it too have been the best on record, we hake Lv Cocoa ........................ J 4SP ..... with ihat of priming stringing. I.Lte I. win ., -
family use. There no bulky as in that case lit' will "be apt to Lv Rockledge ................. ...... j 4 ..... Time aaoukl lie given for the saiiail which, at this season of the year,
the soil end climate is better adapted no plagues' or sickness; have had 10 Lv Eau GaLie ................... .4 rtpLv ...... be of. interest to our agricultural -=
sweat too violently! and tlhus omlunezthe to Melbourne ................... 4.sP ....- leaves to fully ripen and 'all but the no doubt -
'to this itihan (here. Bermuda'sgrow floods and storms' to amount: anything I for real '
crop Sebastian < readers. The ,
\ to immense size and have the vitality of (the bods.! A damp while we read of destruction Lv St Lucte ::::::::::::::::::::::..6 04pj up :::::: smallest should -be ppimed.' The topsof process -'Co

: day should be cfoosen'foT saving tihe Lv Fort Pierce ................... ...... wluuh hold the smallest hand- urlng is as folkrsvs: '
same, delicate flavor of the! onion by both in other parts of our country. Lv Eden ........................... | ...... the plant the mea.t U cold enoorn to cUt .;rUP.
S seed, because if it .is laid away in too within ourbordeson : Lv Jensen ......................... ....... leaves the last ones Do rtpen, may be When It ..f'-
Li: grown in 'the Islands. Those thatplanted I condition If here are any I LvStuart ......................... ...... take one pound saltpetre /potrerlze: ,
strawberries' last year met dry a it will be liable tofirefang that day whom we know to be In Lv Hobe Sound .................. ...... cut in sections.It thoroughly, eight pound fteet bay, emX :
and that means the loss of I Lv West Jupiter ....................6.o....... evident thai this method of one-half pound sal prunella, one pound Of fro" ,'
'With stfch access that they are increasing distress or would be benefited by ovfr Lv West Palm Beach ............ ] ...... is
this it all. When the seed bed is completea kindness in or other, l+t Lv Lmton ..........................7 ....... pruning and suckering requires more best spice and rub the rind of the ham,
thekp1antationa year.The few inches of soil sdiouW be thrown some way Lv Fort Lauderdale ............... ....... of labor, sides and Shoulders well with thi*!mix ''' '
(has also been us do what we can to help them enjoy Lv Lemon City ...................... ....... linen an ordinary amount' ture. Ron a probe wire down :the leg 'r"bone .,
r orange industry . ......... ..zo p........ of
The few over it as early as possible-just the day in the best manner poss Ar Miami ........... . but in my opinion' the finer quality of the barns and shoulders and:pack ,.l -a'
into
coming prominence. enough to save it from frost. A stripof for the extra -wttfe the ,,- '
such constant bearers ble. For we are told "that Heavens NORTH BOUND. leaf obtained compensates the opening as soon ae possible ,.).t
-, old groves are a few inches along the top should wide to him whb work expended. At all events if mixture. Sprinkle It on the 1Ieab.t| and1pile
and require so little attention that gates will open \NoINoa with rind down. repeating tfie.operation -. -, -
: be left to allow of ventilationfor conclude to .
open STATIONS Dail1Dsil ly -tobajodo you
heart. C. K. McQuarrie in in
cheers growing
a drained
there are many new groves being ( l ExSu every day When they ]aTe
: a few weeks, but must be closedup Settler's Guide. _ _ _ _ _ _ save the primary leaves only, d? not In order to allow the tyood '
: planted. The groves that were put before hard weather comes. Lv Miami .................'.-::;;:: I P ...... V of thepntz. for five days 1-
xf bose at the >p should be moistened Oafly
sacrifice < \ they
Lv Lemon City ...... any to escape
out last winter have made sndh a phenomenal In cutting and preparing the cane I Lv Fort LanderdaU .::::::::::::: I :::::: .I In topping, remove only the with a solution of eight pounds of eozmr,

; growth, that many others'will for 'the moll the top part for four or Cigar Tobacco .and. its Cultivation, Lv Lmton ......................... 6 of topping the eight pound of salt ooe pound of w4c'and
: I Lv West Palm buds. The practice .
plant' during the coming winter. five joints should be cut off for fthere From the Florida Agriculturist.In Lv West Jupiter Beach..7.................. two Quarts of strong vinegar. Should .-
all are planting buds on sour Lv Robe Sound .................. asa plants low to develop large leaves i the usual reddish tint be not required, the .
Nearly is too much green cane ground considering the subject of ciga: Lv Stuart ......................u. close to the ground whether they are saltpetre can be teft out 'of the mixture '
lemon stock. Indeed It would 'be hard Lv Jensen ............ ............
tihe will of it and is impossible tobacco and its cultivation it seem; t. color
the sap taste it : Lv Eden ............................S ua ...... to be used for wrappers or fillers Is after the fifth day as It to more for : .II:
work to give trees to planters, to make a good quality of syrup -i natural! to ask What constitutes a Lt Fort Pierce ................... if be the than a preservative from this period to' d =
that were budded on orange stock. Lv St. Lade ..........-........... wrong in principle quality the end of the process. An ounce of best I
i from it; (better throw away a few good cigar? And what should be understood Sebastian ...................... ....... dhief consideration.It the-first .\ .t,
The wild or rough lemon is a natural joints and have a good article than ''by the ;term quality, when! Lv Melbourne ......................II asa .... washing soda is now added ,to "
of soffl. The hammocks Lv Ean Game .....................II 4$ the almost universal opinion mixture to gtve that oCt mellow bite so c
? product our retain too many and spoil the flavor applied to the leaves from which cigars ,( L., Rocked,. ...................... ...... is highly relidhed in a well cured !mD jThe
hi many cases were a dense jungle of the L" Cocoa ......................... ...... with which I formerly concurred that mixtures to be ',
of the syrup. In grinding, too much are made? That cigar is L., City Point .................... u .. in Cu quantities given In both -
wind lemon and limes. The planting care cannot .be to cleanliness, best which "haiving the proper degree! L1' Tit1uYil1e ...................... I ... the best cigar tobacco is gr>wr used are not for any certain of
is not confined to oranges alone, but given L., Oak HiU ...................... ;.. ba. Within the test ten years, I have bacon but merely show the ratio of I'J
and keeping all trash out of the sap. of strength, is the most agreeable to' L. New'Smnaa ................. 6yia be used during the !
-! all varieties of the1 citrus family are finest .! L., Port 0raDp ................... p.. 65LvDsytona somewihat modified my views on the the mixture to process # 1 '
The best means of doing this is by using the mouth, and gives the aroma.Of ..It41. should be well
$ share. There is ....................... 7 CIa that in thelnportaat of curing The tacon
coming in lor, their a tub full of our common moss course it is understood :that the'cigar \' I.v Ormond ..... subject and I now believe rubbed on the rind and flesh every day -
i .
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also a great deal of attention being that in the trees. The from burns and draws Well but LvEastPaIstka ::::::::::::::::::_ : :; requisite oi giving a fine for three weeks, and as much of the' ingredients -.. ,

of all kinds of ( grows sap veil I Ian AI SaD Mateo ....................L63SPjii in the of the first mixturerubbed in a* ,
paid to the planting! the mill should fall, into the tub, it of its other ,features, simh as L. SaD Mateo .........._.........\Is'p .. bouquet., the tobacco grown .
day.The
tropical fruits. Each year the demand having a hole in the bottom with a shape color of the ash, color and AI Palatka ........................\ I 35P1 llloaL" valley of the Amazon, the so-called possible and of the the pile pile whether changed K every be hams
top
this class oi fruit is increas Palatka_4 lop! excels To- ...
for any"other.
l ( Para tobacco
; .
strainer on 4t made in a convenient thickness at Ube wrapper should be Lv Hastings ...................... 453pj9$5Ar sides, or shoulders must be put hi. the
,
ing. The wise planter l Is preparingto to supply the kettle or heM: of secondary importance It follows SL Augustine ................. S 30P 9 baodo: grown ,here from Para seed bottom and vice versa. Each section .;,
way evaporator .
SL .. ........ ......
L. .
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this demand. : AupttiDe I aSP 4sa to the I have should be kept separate. Care must{ be
meet as wanted. The practice of using ) therefrom> that: that deaf of tobacco JaeksoD"We .._._._............_ 64591055 whether according way the always down and ',"

: In a few yean southern Dade will gunny sacks on the top of 'barrels is is of the ftnes-t-quality: which. I ,described: or in the usual manner,com to taken sprinkle to keep and moisten rind on the flesh aide 7". ,

be the greatest. fruit section of the I of and the best BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA & ORANGE pared"with tihat grown under similar Is At the -
a dirty slovenly way working, of itself) will make : cigar. before the next layer put on. \

.- State. There are several good reasons and one wfcowants a clean nice article That the market demajids$' a certain CITY SOUTH JUNCTION.BOUND. conditions and treatment from the end of the third week: the rubbing and '

this Should be the case, and best Havana \seed, makes a cigar ,turning Is done every second day tot a '
why If all find
will not practice it. at possible, thickness of leaf for wrapper an- STATIONS. INo. J No. E large "
it needs no. gift of a seer to see It. should be used the : the Lv New Smyrna .................. asp[10 tea width is more iragrant than one I fortnight1should the pigs be very
I an evaporator as ': other thickness for filler, and that Lv Lake Helen .................... 3 ooplii j8aLv every third day until the end of the process -
There is no section where as large a i old-fashioned 'kettle cannot by any majority of smokers._,sfcletit thrfr; cigars Orange City................../.3 aopfu cap made from the latter, is equally which ends In the eighth ::
of fruits can be grown. It's Ar Orange City Junction.......... 3 *SpU lop to ,the mouth and apparently The salt should then be washed off Che .'
: variety I possible means make as good syrup or by the 'color of the wrapper may All trains between \New Smyrna and Orange agreeable '

the home of all the tropical. fruits, sugar as the evaporator..Regarding be admtted as facts, but are facts "_City Junction Daily'except Sunday., contains a slightly) less percentage hams sides and shoulders and then they -.

and they; number legions. All of the ,I i the sweet potato crop; which do not make my position,'un- -ETWEEN ORANGE CITY JUNCTION of n.i<*1tme. Para tobacco is a should for be three hung weeks up la to a dry.cod.When draughtyroom thoroughly -

i. __ citrus i family, find climate? and soil ,, it should be finished digging by the tenable: 'ft NEW SMYRNA. TaTe variety; it requires about ten dry the bacon should be hung-up '

just suited to (their needs. Peaches end of the month at latest. Some prefer It 'would be an advantage for the days }onge to ripen than! the Havana in the smoking room. where H should remain -

eo far as have been tested give unmistakable I leaving them'in the ground until tobacco'farmer to become an expert I NORTH BOUND. and w therefore better adaptedto forty-eight hours and for the object airtight ofsmoking. .-
close
A perfectly
promise of fruiting well. I busi I, STATIONS. |No. ajNo. 4 southern climate than.. to: thIs lo- very
its'n1 a
,. i later but that 4s rather a risky judge of thleaf in .ny forms I Lv Orange City Junction........ U asP a JSP room should be used foe rthJs pur.
-A vwfll known nurseryman and fruit i ness. In preparing to dig, the-: Tines and varieties; and much more knowledge L.- ESe e eg.7 ... .. ........ U agp a 44P cafltty. pose. Sawdust Is far superior for thepurpose .. '
told b the writer, "I (believe i L, ::...:..:........:... e"vi 4 OSP Para tobacco seed to Cuba than any other material., "When :
; grower < should be. cut off; clean out the hill of Ahe subject can be obtained Ar New Smyrna.................... zpjgp Taking ;, ...
this rocky soil is going to prove to with a sharp hoe. This is an' easy operation by comparative tests than by an 5 im- between New Smyrna and Urange may seem Tike "carryfytgcoate to New- thoroughly smoke soaked M Should and Immersed be removed in a .
c..IaY. the
Junction Daily t from room
ace
l rKEY
be the best $>ekJh_ land an the State. \* and don't take long to walk and castle." Nevertheless; my advice to I -
traditions
plkrit reliance' i> pap-\\ WEST D waiter at a temperature of 150 degrees for .
Where I ti1'e there is one great difficulty along the rows and cut every hill ular; beliefs. Popular beliefs are \ The steamshIp CIty of HAVANA.the any one who contemplates going to five minutes. The rind is then sorajped "

tibet we cannot overcome, and close to Khe ground, I2hen take a .cultivator -" often popular fallacies. Florida Eat Coast Steamship Company leaves Cuba to engage in the tobacco !i.dua-with a knife u the sections are. taken
Miami for Key west on Mondays.. Wednesdays from the and the parts of t "-,
that Is frost. Our drees 'bloomso and remove the but "shovels A rule which. generally holds good and Fridays after arrival of train from try, is uhis: Grow tobacco from both water scraggy the sides rolled.
the flesh trimmed
early In 'the season fthait they get leaving only the three rear ones; run is this: Other things* being equal,] Jacksonville With steamers, making for Havana.connections Leaves at Key Key West West Havana( seed and Para seed. D? not the bams neatly and shoulders soaped and (land <

caught in bloom fend the bloom is destroyed this with 'the horse between the the qirailrty of a leaf of tobacco: Is inversely rk"JDPm.. standard time) on Tuesdays. Thurs sell any leaf tobacco, but become a neatly dressed wtth a very sharp knife. r

I "9: or damaged. In tibia section rows' this gatlerlng' vines '1nhl'8p in proportion to its size. u Saturdays time to connect, arming with Miami north bound scsiIvorning manufacturer as well as a producer, Some do ibis before smoking but tt will
be found better to do it at this tac. -
there is no danger of this. andjhns they are easily forked Again Sir. Bntterweck zee gmze6 the tram. and 'put in the market three brnnda
a I I + : The rind is: at this stage well rubbed with .
(European grapes are now receiving out of tOie way; and by the way, let fact that seed taken from different 1,I |These Time Table show-the time at which of cigars, a clear Havana, a clear Para dry bran in order to give if that rich, '-. -

._
\' t :nd ""FnS-mV 'a PI' r > "are! oft11 fie vns? nod maV" hay' of them Its and IV selects! ( his !seed from then but their arrival or departure at the times par* 'Para.T I are. now sewn In coarse canvas, .andaro -

.' \n I I'",'" sJr .....hil'I t i Ic now T.y; are e u>il> ( if 1 d I jor s s .o<1 ('('nt\: 1 oliistt! of etpsnVs At stated hold is not itself guara-"ce..:spoasiblefly, nor does the Comptny dr-- ',e foregwng'
... 'I.! l't.-i-.jno- .. t>C ('01'n r\ nil or Inlands i KI ,.,*> jxc,>' 'r' tue top of the p'"n* We "0T1"l the laiy or other consequences arising therefroo t"'fl' l OB experimental reser tag I .... .Is': I 't\"lr..,.
'
West .
For copn time r ill at aa6 Bay "
,
gathering I\oo..e. varieties which !he feed for milk cows, particularly if run ;ime principle to the leaves theim- Slrnt. Jacksonville or address, a t/cucfct of: sixteci', j W u.d"!: >' IX* W ira 1111't"a>r't seen to know

tli nk>> will do will }here lIt' win]l tliroueh a 'feed cutter Tn the 'IH'ne'e"'-s !
bring 'his selections here and plant of digging it simplifies matters by leaf of tobacco depends to _a considerable- St. Anamstiae. Westjport, Conn. Journal.


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FARM GROVE GARDEN I, sprinkled over 'them at the rate of I like a pepper box and' count tote seeds back" hogs that have run wild most I I I r ; v' .

-- about one pound to five of the Ibu la. and square feet. It is 'well to have of their lives, then been fattened on 1Po, 1oI1a Nurseries' :

:c o waiter is provided, and the cattle 150 to the foot after I V::i.
;: MATTERS THTvnii. INTEREST: ; square but they peas, peanuts, acorns and corn. As

AND AID SOIL TILLERS. \Stave heretofore drunk from a creek, come up ,thin down ito lOO. As an the demand increased some of the ijandsol1\e 899 Cataro$ae J

whttdh soon becomes( very foul; but ounce of seed is supposed to start few farmers who put up these hams, I "WKatto Plant and HOW to Plant 'It/!? '

an artesian well is now being drilled. 3,000 plants, one can calculate the not '
Correspondence of Experienced Men being able to get a supply of hogs Tells all about their Immense stock of I'
;Most( of the cattle are fed about a amount of seed required. But >it Is to pack -
bought Berkshires
t and Interesting Extracts From and other

'> Our Agricultural Exchanges Concerning hundh ed day; some will fatten sufcienlly I better to assume that, not I more than I well bred hogs and had them slipped Fruit Trees for Florida Planting .

Our Farm Crops. $ 5n ninety! days. They are tnot all that number will germinate end in and cured according to the ;

What Chicago bulchers would call be fit to transplant when large regular: Smithfield recipe, but they planting Describing and over cultivating 400 varieties sume.of OvwSi choice Fruits Handsome! and Flower PhotographIC and 111alltratlOua fall instructions for

fat but to the: 'lean lank m a.Ing it veritable Album of Southern F rapt and Flower and View' r x
owing anatomy enough for thinning, and'perlha1ps} + a found that they couldn't the This Handsome Cata
re- Iosru.-
Feeding Cattle in Florida. get will l be sent free noon appllcailou. !end:! for a copy it will Interest areiT
of the Flor.tia scrub steer thousand ounce seed Of fine t'run! and Fiowei yon U! TOO bar
The success and profit. of cattle- they plants to each of suJts from hogs of good blood. It ,

feeding in Florida, in competition are tatter than they appear to be, and wil be a safer estimate. seemed that nothing possessed the OVER ONE-HALF MILLION TREES IN S 'OCK.ORANGES .

with the powerful syndicates of Chicago tlhey "open" .bole a I on '" '
r" have been demonstrated by an are beg nniDlg. to ''be Jersey grades kept free from weeds, and riven if not the supply of this stock was limited, ] Citrus Trlfollat.a, !Sweet: ur HORANGESSatsuma 1 '-

eaittered, througfh: tote cattle ,purchased orange .tockL m......... .._ ..
experience of four years, and the venture I weedy, the ground should: :be stirred they were obliged to limit the amount a

;,N, has been placed beyond the pale from' North; Florida. After repeated often enough to keep it from becom- of meat packed. Orange on Citrus Trifoliata Stocks, a Specialty a
careful tests, it cannot be said that '
Xow
I' of an experimental Industry. Astrong ng baked. since it is easy enough to ob- "
the exclusive feeding cottonseed I tain J t All the best tried and tested
company of butchers, Jacksonville on Mexican Solid and Boston Market( the Smithfield recipe, and thereis PEACHES [ varieties, Over .W, Oape aCh trees J PEftCHES =
L for so any weeks has any deleterious nothingdifferent in tihe la etoc>t....._... .. -1 I '
: four years ago, began to buy art: very good, also the Golden| Self- Virginia hog I

1 and feed cattle for the local market, effect on the quaiTHy the beef. But IJlanching i ''I that runs in the woods and roots fora Plums, Pears, Persimmons, Figs, Mulberries, Grape*,.

? and their operations have been so successful ill fed much over a hundred: days the For aon early"winiter I. the seed living from the same hog in any and other fruits and flowers adapted to Florid Planting in proportion. i

z cattle get '''of! rtiheir feed," their di;- crop other southe-' state there is no tea Over 100 +
: that thehate been Varieties Choice Field Grown
enlarged !s hould be sown the last of July', or in Lof Roses.' _
geErtion becomes innpaJred, and they son why some progressive farmers i in '\
every year. Vugnst, but later celery, likelcabbages ,
The feed go --back+ if any+tLS'ing.': The writer ha each of the states may not undertake REMEMBER: : that WE PAY TH8 FREIGHT and that we have dose'lOf'otothe
used (consists entirety ofcottonseed is apt to do better in the Northern Two Years and also that we were Pioaecr in put'
Wiling high grade
Nursery Stock
tested steaks from animals wfnieh had !4o supply this demand for finely cured at low posy '
hulls and cottonseed meal. I
markets /because it does not competewith '
revcdred no other feed 'whatever but meat of the"streak POMONA
of lean, streak
kr As these products are not obtainable the cellared article fifom the! NUHSEHIBS
: cottonseed for a .hundred ;days It of fat" kind
with 'profit to .
great
i (from the current crop until late 3 in Vorth. Ceery: if set too early, can The Gritting Bros. Co. Proprs :' "
Macclenny
sometimes Cattle Florida.
was a stringy and themselves.In .
:the fall:, to enable them !to begin as with difficulty be kept from oing' to ; t:
bough, like aflll wild, meat, but the color fact, it is stated by a Georgia
early as the faJling quality of the native seed in the spring bE'fore.tIh market
ot the fiat was normal and the flu- oorrespondenit of the Ohio Farmer +
grasses requires it, in order to for it is ready. It as :best to sit plants H "
vor of the steak delicious: that there HILL & \
y 'prevent a falling off in condition, was sweet in succession are already a dozen or two CO,;

cy hold acid gfcm-}', dexridedly prefeira'ble, to large l farms in the south that,are de
tlhey
over during the summerone If the farmer has no plants of hisown
much of iheChicago refrigerator t, voted to raising wild southern hogsfor PLA. ; .
or more carloads feedstuff. Ear
he will have to purcthase; +they SANFORD ; + -
'vCuwh+ is m u8ty. bacon. On those farms where
? in their
lj experience hey used a are now grown for sale m this State 1 r
-? mall amount of corn, northern hay, The average scrub steer costs $12; his by> millions there is. much woodland, the business will Owing sell all to the the remaining lease expiring"and stock of contemplating a change >In the busiasL, I- '_R r

feed for a hundred days eoslts: about may be conducted in such a way that hardware of all kinds. Doors Sash NIBtSp goods at a- great redaction. '
; bran meal a
etc
to humor the appetites The land must be rich or made so Oils, Planet Ladders M ftlivt
10at; Khe end of that time hih. wi:a: the profit is very :arge. In the woods'these Jr. Cultivator. Oil Heaters Matting Tackle, at prices leas taaa they i' i g
of the cattle that did cost. Artist Material at half
not take by using an abundance of manure price. Agent for the Sorrento Brick. Special
dress tkbouit 400 pounds of beef, which hogs practically make their In car load lots. DricM" ,
readily to cottonseed products; but which shoud: be strong and well-rot- r
sells sit wiholesale/ ,for 6/z cents a -own:; living for a large portion of the
'they have found that this' did not pay, ed, but not fire-fanged and white e W. J. HILL.s'
and have abandoned it. pound. This leaves a profit, of aiboutSt i : year, but they will make a far more ,
withhold. If otlher betwee
:g $ a head, wiiUh the hide bones and crops grow satisfactory
The Florida reader would growth if allowed to run ,
hardly
the rows, of celery +he manure

need to be told that wild piney-woods offal additional Income The offal must:.be abundant for both crobs. Alter on peas sweet potatoes and peanuts, PRICE LIST OF FERTILIZING 'r
oafttle and! manure, however, are largelyw'asted in addition to the mast in the woods, MATERIALS. -- .
are not accustomed to .
being that is well: worked into the soil tr -
fed as 'tihe field. is manured so unevenly before they receive their final finish '. ( a
anything They can seek their an additional: supply of minerals fertilizers t

feed two feet under water, but to fhat in some parts of it tihe in tihe! form of hardwood ashes on corn, just before being slaughter- rule the f f'm r, trucker and fruit grower has td/pay two
crops are killed toy the excess of fer- j ed. It is said that peanuts do a great
or potash and some rphos haticfe.J'tIUir. aS on everything he !buys and a' .
1'i11'ty. A lot of swine follow: the cat deal towarus imparting the fine flavor .,
the'ir knowledge. They are, therefore, would be beneficial as making 0.* everything he sells. What we dt sire .t... do is.*.
tie, and are fattened on the waste and \ that is aura a desirable quality in, the J
confined in a small field, where thereis offal l stronger and stouter plants for Smithfield hams. to save him the commission on all the (fertilizer he uses Jy telling -. -

r' -, absolutely no grass to be obtained, letting, and also g:ving better growth direct and'thus avoiding the expense of a travelling 'salesman I x
It is evident that (there is a good A lesson that southern farmers
rr and a smaTlamount cottonseed hullsand to the{ winter. The most successful 1 and the commission of an agent if f are interested tin;
saving
profit In the (business, even. with all need greatly to learn is to cater to a you
meal sprunfcled: in the fee -ooxes, Mrdhigaa grower sows five (hundred these commissions give us orders ''for' it is handling
k !the waste; and. if these leaks were demand for high priced things. Almost your only by. -
During the first twenty-four hoursperlhaps bushels of refuse sadt and fifty ash large quantities of goods that small margins can be maintained
tye
x stopped, it would pay still better.-S. sill the farm productions of the ;
r a third of them will beginto Powers in Country Gentleman. ems of unibleached: ashes or five hundred entire section belong to the class were the first to take-the initiative. steps tt> reduce tire cost of fertilizer=

eat a little. In forty-eight hoars, I to six hundred pounds of k lei' to the growers and therefore should have their support. : \
known as and sell low whim
staples
;
perhaps 'bwo-t.h .rd8 will 1 be eating, per acre. 'Make that the and If wish formula "
sure you a special mixed we will do it for charging
tit the north there vast number you i
.+ ratlher and $100 REWARD, $100. are a ; /
though gingerly, evidently is in good condition for a seedbed, the actual cost materials used and $i ton for '
scattered the who i in per I Jmuon I'
under The readers of this will be over country put
protest. There are a few that paper 'ihat i i8 '
fine and The .'
mellow: on the \sur'ace following are our prices for the next 30 days: ; l. .
learn that all their energies growing such] ,
pleased to 'there is '
will stated: out several days before at least ibut- firm add moist an inch below Sulphate Ammonia :24 to 28 per cent. ammonia..... ...... ... ....................>|6MI _> ter.

they yield, and now and then onetwo one dreaded disease that science :has the'isurface. i\ things, and putting them on the market Nitrate Soda,!? to 20 percent am nonl4..... .... ...... ..... .....oi... 4dOO "

: perhaps per cent-will resist to been able to cure :In ail its stages and The nanner) of setting1 varies i in such shape as will command a Dried Blood. 16 to 18 per cent ammonia......... ....... ........ .................... Mt.
vy'ith
the last, and finally starve. After twoor that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure i is the different kinds and ,in different, high price. They thus get a far better High Grade Blood and Bone 10 to 11 per ct. ammonia ...... ....X.. 15-00

!three days, some of lie: most obdurate the only positive cure now known to ocailities. The tall sorts are usually return for their labor than they; Blood and Bone, 6", to 8 per ct. ammonia and 15 to 20 per ct phosphoric t

ones are lassoed, thrown down, the medical fraternity. Catarrb beinga jut in rows from five to eight ee* would if they raised only staples. As acid . .... ...... .'......... ............ ........ ........' .. 32jOO) .W'

their tongues pulled out and cottonseed constitutional disease, requires constitutional apart, the distance being varied it is an easy matter to make a reputation Bone fine ground. I to 4 per cent. ammonia, 28 per cent phosphoric add.. &.at '

z, meal rubbed over ,them to give treatment. Hall's Catarrh cording: the expectations to for well cured meat and as the Bright Cotton Seed Meal, 7 to 9 per cent ammonia..... ,. ......... ...1t.lO- ..... ? -

them a taste. Cure is taken internally, acting directly to as B razor back hog will flourish on any; Dark Cotton Seed MeaL 5ft to 7 per cent &mmo.11Ja...... ....... .... ..... ....... ttJf/ e
'which
eight the
plants may finally southern farm, there is no reason Potash High Grade. 90 to 95 per cent sulphate potash. to U per The feetilng is done in a twenty upon the blood and mucoussurfaces s I grow and the known capabilities jof Potash, Low Grade, 48 to S3 per cent sulphate potash Zf to 23 per cent actual.. ....' .

} mere field in which the cattle roam at of the system, thereby destroying the She soil for being made to stand ii p why a great many should not make a Potash, Muriate; 80 to 83 per cent muriate of potash U to B per cent actual.. Ut" _'J ., ;

large without any shelter except a fcAindaltion of the disease, and givingthe rn a nkv lth a base: of a givfen venture in this hne.-Tri-State Farmer Potash, Kainlt. 24 to 28 per cent sulphate potash 12 to U per cent, actual..... QJt" 'i y '

a' few pine trees. To this is attached a : patient strength by building up breadth. The soil of the and Gardener. Hardwood Ashes t to 8 per cent actual potash........... .. .:.. ...... .... ... tJ.I ... .

tie constitution flatwoods can Acid Phosphate. 14 to 15 per cent available phosphoric add.... ....... .....<.... JI.It'. t';: .
Y thousand-ecre field of piney woods and assisting nature 'be made to stand up very wed' ; it his Dissolved Bone Blac, IS to 18 per cent available phosphoric acid... .......:. .JILIIc'' i\ ti-1
pasture leased for use chiefly in thesummer. in doing its work. The proprietors generally enough clay to admit >f The experiment of Neylands: fc Tobacco Dust. This dust is sold by sample and: .guaranteed to be 1mJMche4' '

i : In an occasional' cold rain have .so much faith in its curativep being molded and banked. The bad\k Sons, near Tampa, of raising tobacco and to contain all its fertilizing and Insecticide properties... ...... :..... ...'MN' :, ,,

c the caitlestand doubled} up and shiverIng +8 "
,_and a good deal of food is lost, Dollars for"any case that it. falls to wide at the top. In some soils th ed with much interest. It is a costly Land Plaster.... ...... ......_.... ................ ....... ......,. ...... ............. last. ;

being consumed to maintain' the animal cure. Seed for list of testimonials. ,could s experiment; the cost per acre for covering Salt, either coarse or fine In 200! pound sacks, 85 cents or by the ton..........,... SJI : +,
scarcely ''be made w.thout:' a base Copperas, put up In any.size package, ifecents per pound or bT the ton........ &M t+e ;.
heat which in stable would Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO. is $liOO; while the cost of ferti-
a dry
four feet wide, but in ripe'! flatwoods 'it Blood and Bone Bent Acid Phosphate Dissolved Bone Sulphate !

preserve. But with wild cattle, having \ Toledo, O L can be considerably' less than That.-|_ lizers, labor and otlher expenses averages Ammonia and Kainit ,
in
: are put ip Zoo pound sacks. Cotton' =
free use of their horns Sold by druggidts. Hall's I I $100 \per acre, making total for
shedding FamilyPills Times-Union and Citizen. Il 1 1 Seed Meal end Lara Plaster, pound sacks. Potash all ..kinds. ,
ipo
would be impracticable unless each are the beat. l "'t'he.IJ1ole field of $12,000. They wiprdbably
$150 baleVit'h except Kaimt, 224 pounds. Nitrate Soda IS m ant /ea racks from _
animal was confined ma box-a tall. get per an .
Possibilities in Razor Backs. 200 to 300 p The estimate of ten bales acre. We :
feed boxes are disposed in long Culture. per :
Celery
A revulsion in the taste for bacco Dust in 100 slid 125 pound bags and cases of to 450'' '
por 350 /
rows: raised about two feet aboveground the I' have contended ever since the war between T air
The drat requisite Ito success is f seems to be taking place. We pounds. .: r
and of ar the Cubans and Spaniards began ; f.:: ;
having panels fence j ;
r "
good plants. To obtain these, procure hearing a deal about the '"
demand
great
created the middle that this was Florida's"chance to //-1.
over to E.
prevent good seed from some one who' ,has it. for a "bacon" hog. O. PAINTER &' CO.. ;
the cattle from leaping into the boxes. Many peo- recover' from the loss of her orange :-"i .... fah
As 'tube seed comes ii is 'betterto : '
The .hulls are poured in by the deal high pie are saying that they are tired >fj trees by supplying the (tobacco crop I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.I I t.... , ;.
only' with panties+ known to the *
of lard .
masses cured in the AS .lJ.
wagon: toad, the boxes not being aJ. be up that would necessarily be lacking in :F1 t
,responsible, and even then to test '
shape' of hams and breakfast bacon
towed to get empty, and the meal Sa Ouba. Florida is slow to awaken to t \ ..
Che: \ The .
germinating 'power of the seed and want more lean mean The ideal her interests, +but once awakened she State College t '
before You fled the man who U interests lm '
planting much of It. ; of '
bacon
good is expressed in the well
z/ is in H for all it is worflh.-Orlando At Lake City, the welfare of Florida and you will and'; if-
Good
m.ellowa .nd, not subject to known '
'OhthePaino description, "streak of lean Reporter. the one who la In no email way folly '

injury by.droutlh unless of exception.ajy and streak of fat," and a decided demand I Offers Superior Advantages for.Acquiring alive \o the Interest of Its metropolis '\- '

1 long continuance, is the next important is made for hogs that produce a the city of' I ' t ;

', Rheumatism! Item. It is a loss of time to baron of that kind. Of course the 1 legitimate I GOOD EDUCATION 0 \ ,

Rheumatism often causes the most i intense plant celery on tight, sandy soils, suchas demand for heavy, fat meat cuxts wMt ut Sul .
Beet Cough Strap Teetee IIn Along the lines of Modern JACKSONVILLEH
second third-class Thought and
suffering. have or pine. will The demand for
Many for yean go. plantation to time. Sold by eroattiMe,
vainly sought relief from this disablin U. This is difficult to make germinatein the consumption of negro laborers I Activity. 1 ,..

disease Rheumatism and are to-day worse off thai the rainy season of 'this State. On e' will} no dorlbt remain unchanged for I Engineers, Physicians, Bookkeepers It will not occur to him that he I* not M -' x 'a
ever. is a blood disease 1 Interested although his some, his family :
? and Swift's Specific is t.heon1l cure,because way is (to sow the seed' Ibroadcast di the fattest and heaviest that can be r Agriculturists, and kindred may be in \ ". r x

it Is the only remedy which cat rectly on top of the ground, press i idown it grown. So the hag grower in the' corn ,
Educate for Situation Chemists t I
\\w a t>
reach such deep-seated diseases.A smooth and firm, and spread ol d belts, with his improved breeds of

few years ago I was taken with laflammatoiy carpets or gunny sacks over it, wetting hogs, to convert his corn into lard, I We educate you and, then secure a SUCCESSFUL MEN AND WOMEN TAMPA i {
RheumsUsm, which became so fate food position for:you betides twrincTomrailroad
these night and morning. VAs need have { fare. Raokkee lea. i
no apprehension to the
'. that I tor as I
was weeks unable to wallL I trio AS the seeds Shorthand sad Tele r* hr.COMJttBCS : In[ all {>Departments Industry have not only a winter"resort of great prominence .. t. s
several 8'00n. sprout, which willgenerally continuation of his business. But it
prominent phyH
Massey's been Educated here. but one of the busiest and Diod'J '
# elans and took their Ire at be in tlhree: days, under Uhlforcing' ( is a difficult, in fact, an impossible .progressive In the emir Sooth. .t ,
;
ment f<hrully.lxit wit system, the sacks or cloth: thing to raise "streak of lean and DVSI1Qt88 COLII.EGF.OA. Fall Term Begins Oct. 4. Send for.. new 't

turtle -t the sUfh I must be removed and stretched on "streak of fat" bacon on a prairie Bend! at one Catalogue NotYbu Illustrated Catalogue toW. '->'
ell relief. In fact -
my con I AND
dltiott teemed: to fro' sticks laid across the frame, say a farm in Iowa or Illinois and out of a F. JfOCmn, President, tof t' 1-

'We ne,the disease ap net toot above 'the surface 'of the bed As Berkshire or Poland China hog. Both Lake City, Florida.
Want . . like"
a IU elder '
Utter the-sotithenBovt e .
over myehtlre body,ant 'the plants grow (the cloth must be removed the breed and the habits of life and a
from );()\ember to Marc our fraternal Union the unique and' :
: I suffered agony. I trie* altogether, and the flats so adJusted feed must be considered, to produce I James Grape beautiful city ofKEY '

I many patent medicines as to|allow a (halt..lig'ht' no: fin II- this kind of meat, and so far as experiments : Vine ROLLINS COLLEGESTANDS r' '
but
cone relieved me How about
Upon theacl"le.ot tow1'the plants, the amount of ligb have thus far gone, the 1 WEST

..8.1 Ii"Before allowing friend I to decided take It to, how tr 3 being gradually Increased until, by only hog and the only method of raising ampb 11's Early? FOR t- f

f'tVt.mT guardian who was a chemist ana the time the pIa'nts'aTe three week him that does fill the ball is to be I Vises sent by mall. r.' ; '
led the remedy and pronounced It free or THOROUGH EDUCATION. is close to the warm waters of the famous '.:;
old
or mercury. I felt so much better afte they can sustain the unbroken found in the southern "razor back" to tin*prices at E. H. HAY WARD'S ,
tatting'tvo bottles,that I continued the rem light of running woods.
for
'
Ay.and In two months I was cured complete! EDUCATION. transportation yet both axe linked to
MODERN
The cure was permanent for I hare never I1Dcc season of the ;year, these precautions This is not in any sense a new discovery the world by the beet <
had a touch of Rheumatism though man '
,
] tJ
ttmes exposed to damp and cold weather.KVAXOB in gradually: hardening the plants .to or a mere experiment. T DEPARTMENTS: r

Mil Fowelton Avenue, Philadelphia.l6. Tiff"rTt tihe! .(Bgtot are not necessary.AnoUher ham that seHs for more money than P O A r Collegian Prcpardorv, Commerda., RAILWAYin t

Don't suffer longer with Rheumatism way Is to sow on the surface any other brand cured in :America, Music Art Normal. 1- : -

-p' Throw aside your oils and liniments,aithey and 'wet It twice 6 day and keep a is what is known as the "SmSthfield"ham the country and we leave 'to
can not reach TOUT trouble. Do a'1 sheet of plantbed cloth stretcher of southeastern Every emphasis Is laid upon the Instruction Its you guess {# -:
Virgin For a v The name onlyremarking that -
.e civen. professors and instructorsare you oil -
experiment with doctors their J. G9rAAA
potast I Uhree or four inches above the snr great many years these hams hare V experts who bare held corresponding, see more from Its car windows than by :.
and will add to dlsabll t
mercury your position In the highest colleges in the
other
I ity and completely destroy your dig- face of toe bed to shade and pratedit been cured by a few people in a small Land. .. any way. If yon cannot find it*.
I Beautiful Location name here!! look on your railway ticket .
tion. I from the rains. st o 'Mtt Healthful SurroundIngs \
beating district in tidewater Virginia and the t1 c y ovc s uaEo ,Modern )Methods.;; Excellent Library,
a EYES t
To get (the right amount, take a demand has always' been greater than p G V ,Ntros.oruunars Fine Gymnasium, Well-Furnished Kooms,
'Ttt'
SiSiS-YteBIOOd i'' aw w o.r r.n slwtwu Good Board. ;
half-pound baking powder'can+ punch the supply. And that, notwithstanding Terms Reasonable. Each student! givena BEST ROUTE.Kr yis
a few holes in (r room to himself-without extra,charge. >
the Wd fill
will and It "with; seed, the fact that the wholesale price o Sna+: 7
euro perfectly
permanently: GZOXGZ M. WAD Prts.
; It is guaranteed purely vegetable,sail mark off a few square feet on th e of them is always at least double the g G For further Information and Catalogues ,

.. contains DO potash mercury, or otha dark ground so ,that the aee.b.wID. price of the best commercial hams apply toWILLaXI :I1IOT Agent For particulars, schedule, rates. ete,\

mineraL Books mined tree by,,.Bwifl show. Now shake It over the; grab i These hams are all made from "razor N. N. U. '1-23. t"IUUPnx.I'U. write( to I O. D. Ackerly, General Passes
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Specific Oo. Atlanta,Ga, .cer Agent,' Jacksonville, FIa
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ran uphill and down again. to town. Cla g-eranlums and gay purple-and-red fuch- Brooklyn New York, for $5 $6 and j ... '';

of Jonas Kemp. rissa never went to the barn. JonasKemp sias. and 'the cactus was there that Al $6.50. Fredk. '

and the cows the great barn OBIt wilds had loved. Her mother's spinning S. Morse |\ (
Psycrometers Needed in the Tobacco ( ;
and Dennis were the only ones that saw Wheel stood on a strip of carpeting n<&r ,
) Clarissa Kemp-late, late Clarissa
very Barn.-'>\ 'psycrometer is indispensable < .
How it looked ,
Jonas. pleasant "out .. .
Collins carried each pot to the back door the red geraniums blooming bravely in < ;;.?"" :. :; ;
e the barn windows-unless. who can ten? there. !" How the sunshine! filtered through to the tobacco grower. With ,,:

c; and grew inverted nigh and it briskly.unstable The There little was heap a unless Alwilda eaw them. the geranium leaves and made dancing one hung in the barn he can alwaystell I REAL ESTATE\ : \ > .
the wall! A of
Another thing Chirtsaa might have noticed traceries on sprig the sun-
; good many pots and it was quite a distance whether the tobacco is drying out
was ,how long the old pipe lay untouched leaves lay across Clarisaa face and Jo- !
. from the sitting-room window to on the kitchen mantel. Jonas nas miled) at it like a pleased child I too fast for a good cure or not, or ,
the bs' k door. Clarissa was tired when Miami Dade Co. Flori
: a.'y'
shelves went out 'to his evening smoke night after "Clarissy, he whispered; eagerly. I'can't whether it 'is damp enoug4h to cause ,
the painted were
stained.
I 9 rr' tied and all green the. litter swept up.There1 night! -without ttl! If It had ben his way ,we stay" out here always I like \it out I mold and poll !burn: It should be I
to things he might have said 'that here. I IClarissa's
!" she breathed with a little gasp say (hung within the tiers With the tobacco "--J
when one's plants have been destroyed eyes fell on a tiny Utter of AGENT FOR LANDS OF
; of relief. sinking into a rocker. "I'm
; them somehow dry leaves under a window I With a temperature of 75 in the e 1
thankful that job's done with! It's been ruthlessly one must replace '
:: taring at me ever since I came." I even if one tnust buy them with the "Yes, Jonas," she smiled "yes. \j we'll barn there should ,be a difference between - Florida East Coast Railway Co. '

s. I like It. {po-" the wet and dry theimometers j :

with. And that would have explained the Country Gentleman. Florida Coast Line Canal and Trans. Co. -
'
."' few weeks ago. when she and Jonas drove times of late that Jonas had driven aloneto of about two degrees; with a temperature .

j-; .. from tlhe minister's into the" little trim the little city down the river and comeback of eighty-five there should bea \.th.ll-m Boston and Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co. -

/ rideyard. as "when I came. Since that past Clarissa's window and Clarism's Home Signal Stations. difference of aibout three degrees.If ,
day there bad been ag cod many re- _.
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C with humpy -
curious eye* a queer -
: : form at the Kemp place. The heap of load "In behind." From the Florida Agriculturist.For a greater difference, exists the barn I

'discarded geraniums and fuchsias was 'Humph! Now I wonder what Jonas' thirty to should ''be closed, antI, if need be, wet .
from fifty cents cjverygrower
k one of them. got all tucked up In behind." Clarisaa sitnnl cloths: --sapks-""hung1 in .the barn or Bank_ of :
can have an unerring :
"I can't and I won't abide a mess of
would muse eyeing suspiciously the tlhe floor sprinkled.: If a less difference Bay Biseajfne. : :
,'L plants round. Uttering' There's enough humps. '"Tlan't grain an' Mlsn't critters station at his door-a p8jerom iter, evists charcoal fires should be

goodne knows that's got to Utter without 4ive ones anyway. And he couldn't "ve that will\ indicate, some hours in advance -

I. putting up with what ain't got to.Youve got 'em If they' were alive, not withoutmy how law the mercury is liable made
got to water 'em. and youvve got knowing Where the money had goneto. tobacco from molding and poll
; to putter with 'em and coddle 'em, and ." to go during the nigfht.$ Psyeromekers MIAMI FLORIDA. ."
burning. As a rule tobacco barns are ,
,. tberes always mussy. wet peace under But Clarissa had not' put her curous as made by the instrument' 'makers

r 'em, and sprigs and dry leaves I can't thoughts Into questions* and the times atbe.ng for signal stations and scientists aTe kept open too m ('h. The ;writer has INOOBPOBATXD' UHDZB TH* LAWS or FMBTDA. .i iWM. -

abide 'em If other folks can. Those that curious and the knobby. covered made fine cures ,by not opening the '
expensive, costing from five dollars. ; I
: kMke 'em are perfectly welcome don't. : loads "in behind" Jonas had gone by to- barn at all except at, t : Clarissa rocked backward and forward up, but I 'have used two for sev -ral Ll
gether. She was very busy all teh late. dry weather. The dew brings down PRCSIDCNT.: Business. I'D ral s on All -
In the capacious calico-softened chair. that cost respe and for years
early fall sewing
summer rags
communing aloud. Her comely middle- her gay new carpet that was to trans- cents that give satisfaction. the mold spores and wafts them into. R. R. McCORMICK Parts of.the World. !Accounts '

,: Aged face bad a look of relief upon it. figure the dull little parlor where nobody A psychromerter consists of two the barn, and as it gets damper during Vic-P<,"DlNT.: Solicited and Every Favor Con -

Once only a slight shade of remorse went and nobody wanted to go. the! night tihey propagate rapidly
quivered across it and was*gone. One afternoon as he sewed. she heard thermometers, ,the bulb of one of CHARLES H. GAk THSIDE. sistent With Conservative Bank -
under the favonaibde conditions '
::; "He'd ought to know I'd do it." she Jonas' plodding feet ,tap slowly up the : wfliioh is Il"Overedith muslin, or clbse railIng here in summer when aa pre-a Caseira ing Extended., I 5. i 1t L .

muttered "and he ought to have got his walk and Jonas' heavy breath keeping cheeseclOth, in such a manner as to it -

. mind made up by this time. Ive given time to the taps. What in land of good leave a wIck which dips into a vesise]1I matter of fact the barns' ought to be I _, -

him time enough-ever since I came. I ness was Jonas' coming in that time o''' I closed fight and charcoal fires madeto ,, OPO:N"tEN'rS: : : I ' 1:, ,'i *r
of water. I .
told him. ten minutes! after that I day 'lor?" It was so unusual that Clarisso. keep the conditions favorable fora

z, couldn't fettowatolp with a mess a plants.I let the etrip of 'red and yellow rags How to rake a Psydhrdmeter. good pure. Otto C. Butterweck. Seaboard National Bank, New York.Nat'l ,', .h:

guess that was good and fair warning! slide out of (her lap and curl like a brilUant make such serviceable \
f( The rockers took to sudden creaking as serpent at her feet. Jonas "oeme a inatru-menl UrooksvUle, FIa.Sorghum. Bank Jacksonville, Jacksonville. I i{
take two vh "
common thermometers '
if pleading In Jonas' behaif. In the sunny In" *o seldom lately except to hjs meals. w :

:window the green shelves looked bare and She 'hardly saw tile unsmiling old face large spaces on 'the scale 'usual to n- for Feed.A FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT: j :

Zk '1 'lonesome. There were IltUe round circles from morning to night tor she had form'' struments that register from 120 0 Bulletin of fhe Louisiana Experiment Knauth, Nachod and Kuhne New York. :

,.... __ ... mailer and larger side by side along ed the habit of setting his dinner out on 150 them in bowl ,
-\": degrees, put a
$ their lengths where the pots had stood. the meal chest In the porph: and letting Station contains the following l S'l I '

,, t,' The biggest circle of all spoke pathdtlcally him eat it alone. Her own dinner she water, and if they do not! regist r instructive chapter of Sorghums for Elegant Iron Vault j ... ',

'h:;, f 01 Jonas' pet cactus that bore the could "pick up" on the run and it saved alike make them do so. Thts can e forage: and Burglar-Proof Safe With Triple Concussion Time LoW t

kt{*, da1nt7'-pink flowers among its spines such a pile of Utter and mess that way. done easily as the 'metal strip o 517o.bimOfthSIOStU1DOTedlhIL!

}, "'i .. ,U hat "AlwUdy". Had 1IetOI'e by. Al- Jonas plodded in. He looked bent and wMcii they are fastenedcan be drill Both saccharine and non-sacchSlMne are \La1frt \_ "'

'.... <<; .wttdy was the wife that:had,driven from feeble. grown to great perfection all over the S _-- -. \ ;
? wrtfh the point of a I file, or punch state. affording two to four cuttings from 1\
the.minbter'. into the trim yard first. Itlrsdtko' lilobhadalook Urto.tot moneyhw '

-;Jfi Even Jonas was hardly fonder of plantsthan "Tou are't rick are you. Jonas Cla wi 1Ih a wire nail on the upper end toattoomonodate one planting. In the southern portion' of I.ii: I : '

;; Arwildy had been. nasa asked a little anxiously. the point that holds tin I the state where the English sparrow t -:
abounds. it Is Impossible to these '
grow .'
I "There's some sepse to having windows "Oh no-no. I guess I ain't sick Clartssy. place. One of the thermometers I t t .
... to sit by that yon oan,eee out of," musedon I gueaa not," answered Jonas I plants for the seed. Entire fields have .
will have to be slipped ,from its metal robbed of the seed Is ;
'lJrsa. been at maturity. BO rapidly forging to the front : '
contentedly gazing out on dully. He crossed to the mantle and took as. f'
do this. When the the great are their numbers and depredations .
frame to -
the strip of meandering roadway wretchIng down his pipe and blew out :the dust from 1

Weakly up hill. -Now I can see One h. A little glint of eagerness crept Into mometers register alike bend th Of the saccharine varieties the follow ,vw 5ruvvv ,s-u-u-v- -uuuuur .. --
1 ing are given in the order of their matur-
people isslng-there s Deacon Pottle his eyes it wa so much like shaking metoUof backward' at the bill
one ,
coming a'ready' : can tell ft's the deacon: hands with an old friend again. ity Early Amber ripening In 90 days; The Leading City in South Florida.'I'I 'I' 11aaf :
and or cut it off, put it back in the f ram Harly Orange ripening In 100 days; Col- J
: by the way the 'horse wag* his head "Where are you going toT' \
J leaving the bulb down so cawrap ; man ripening In 120 days; Link's Hybrid _/
meeebes along down the 1irll. Seems>tome Jest tor a little smoke. Clarisay\ -Just you '- i.&rLft.ftftJ-i.f-ifu'j' ,

,rd.imve a creature with some kind of for a little smoke." a piece of thin clotih around 1wfci i ripening! In 130 days; White India, ripen- I :

-', spirit io Mm. Why ho; it'. Jonas. as I "Land of IOOdneat two o'clock In the < <& is tied above the bulb and th ing There In 130 are days.almost Innumerable varieties EVERYBODY IS GOING TO MIAMI! ;'

_ ( Dftr afternoon I Jonas aren't losing
Kemp. you -
:' with string or thread wound around th but the above will afford a desirable suc \ ,, _, _
sodden accession of
a nervousness, your faculties I hope"Jonas
- cloth ,below for wick then tack th cession. The stubble crop matures In a Now is time to CHOICE LOCATION
;: ". Clarisni Kemp snatched! a rug and hurr peered up at the old clock above a ; secure a either for* I
much shorter time than the

_____:' -e horse 'were' turning into the lane. She across the heavens. He looked dazed. board and lasten a small large mmrtIh- vested crop. As disc soon cultivators as the first should crop Is be bar-run Busfness or sidence. Choicejocations in the city for sale by:

'f oould bear the pound. pound of clumsy The his
pipe slipped through fingers unnoticed -
hoofs edbottle, such as a vaseline bottle' over the stubbles, loosening the soil and
'v on the bard clayfae threw her and lay in 'two pieces on the bare
.f. rag over the- heap of broken plants and floor. unkler the Hihermometer! vt MCi the cloth I killing weeds and grass.

; $ waited to pull down.one corner across' the "I guess I got mixed up Clarteay; I on its bulb, and ;put the wick in the I Non-saccharine Varieties-On these, the! Fort Dallas Lid
white
and red Kaffir white
corns, and yellow -
;3 tiers of interlocked earthen pots beside K. thought 'twas after supper." he explainedwith : bottle witlh clean rain water und your Milo maizes Jerusalem African OInpany
corn
1 don't want it to come on him aH In a an apologetic attempt at laughing."I .
is it millet and
psycrameter complete. Hang upon Egyptian wheat are found on
heap? stoe murmured. "Jenas has to have guess Til go out and wait a spell tm : .. .
- .' he north1 side of the house our markets. They have all been repeatedly -
,time to get need to things. He ain't a sudden 'tis.' $ or '

.:; I -; 1 m m. Jonas "aint.- \I've found that But- *;'supper time Jonas did not ap other exposed place. The water from are proffered tried and: the following- suggestions Call on JOHN B. REILLY, Agent, "1. ."-

out slime' I came. pear. Half-past five six half-past six- i Uhe bottle fe drawn upward Ithroujjh The Nadir low ".'
) corns are stocky plants, Fort Dallas Land Miami .t .
Then she hurried back to the rocking- still no Jonas. At quarter of seven Clar- Company, ,_ .
the wick to Uhe muslin tlhat surroundsone perfectly erect. producing numerous
: cbafr by the window. Jonas was Just rlsso. was frightened. Dim forebodings
branches from the joints, each Or J. E. INQRAHAM Vice-Pres't ;
','Ploddta past.f 'tugged at her heart-strings till they vi- of the bulbs, and thus the surface top giving -
head well
a filled with seed.' -
-!rWhT, atat yon early. Jonas Clarissa brated dismally."I'n of this bulb is kept constantlymoist Average Fort Dallas Land Co. St. Au ustine Fla. -
\height five and a half to six feet. It pos lNVtf.ri.mA .
... called, a little breatblewith. hurrying. go hunt Jonas up." she said briskly while that of the other bulb is the
sesses pre-eminently
(to- ?t's only three o'clock. I wasn't looking property common -- .
j. .. shutting her ears to the sound. "It's
,' :; : '* dry. Now the water on the surface to all sorghums of resisting drouth. ,
: vat Oil supper-time. '
just as likely as not he's fallen sound
;" : :'"- .': "Tern,' I am early-whoa, back. Dennis. asleep somewhere. He's getting real old tof this wet :"bulb will evaporate into The Entire stalk with blades can be easily HIGH GRADE FERTILIZER
{cured Into hay and is available in all ,
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-1li :wb-o-al but the town meeting its' early.We Jonas Js." the air about 1t more or less rapidly
tages of growth for feed. It
'n ... .,: cot through our doings sooner'n we She went through the porch and carriage according os the air already containsmore green may ,
cut several times In Itis -
a year. b.crtTs-r. :a.A.: VE
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t ,expected. to. They appointed me moderator. house and then with quickened
"" or less moisture, fhe more lalmed to be good for ensilage. If all of I -
'Ii' steps to the barn. It n'ew l
up was a trip
e top branches be permuted to nertureend.
!( Jonas' voice had & ring of modest pride up over the stony path for Clarlaaa. and moisture die air contains the lees rap- QUALITY AND REPUTATIONThe

r .... la tt.. Clarissa .laughed .appreciatively. thee terse hurt her feet. id twill be the evaporation and vice an enormous quantity of grain will
produced. The seed of this plant cane ; f
0;' b "I should, say you'd moderate splendidly "For the land of goodness' sake! she versa. Since waiter/ In evaporating made Into flour which Is more analogus Ideal Brands Have These. ; /
, oau.'! she. said "but' I shouldn't 've cried shrilly' at the barn door. The flowers -
absorbs heat the of the wheat flour
,, temperature to than any other varle-
opposed you'd vejnoderated so fast! in the windows' -
: -row on row of them '
c. ; The old ore started up and went -danced dizzily before her I eyes. In Clarissa wet'bttl'b' is towered more or less according tier of sorghum cakes muffins and Is, used etc. for If making pla.ntedrly Then why pay, $35 and $40 per ton when you can get a :.. .

staMJy on toward the barn with the trail Kemp's and Clarlana'a .CoHlns' life as the evaporation Is more or ? "
In March. In rows three feet apart strictly high grade reliable Fertilizer at the following prices -
t., ;of Clarissa's laughter tn his wake.MCIartasy's ,
; she bad never been so astonished. lees rapid. Hence, by noting' the difference
t a rate of four to ten pounds per acre .
; One of the windows. raised IDEAL FRUIT AND VINE...WO PER TON
a real humorous was a little, '
woman
In /the temperature! registered (klxty pounds to bushel), It will be ready
pondered: Jonas' : ".b '. got an of it that and the breeze crept in and set all the IDEAL POTATO MANCKB....j..p) PER TON -
for use in May or June and will afford
'AtwU414tn't hare; Whoa back. DennisPIt. brigttu flowers nodding friendly-wise at ''by the two thermometers, we forman ttn to fifteen tons of dry fodder acreahd IDEAL VEGETABLE MANUHS........,.._........P PER TDK -

., ; .Jonas'noticed the unwieldy heap under her. idea of the moisture: of the air- a goodly quantity of which per Is iDEAL FERTILIZER (lor all crops) .$ 'l PER TON -

Clarissa's rue on his way back to the Row on row. shelf on shelf--for the land the greater the difference registered highly esteemed as food for grain all domestic IDEAL BLOOD. BONE AND POTASH. .............n'PER TOIi -- r

'house, be eaW nothing'about it. It was of goodness' sake But how cozy and tlbe dryer the air, and vice versa. a Imals. particularly chickens.e SPECIAL MIXTURE NO.1...... .... ...............tnPERTOlt | "'

: not Jonas'Kemp's war to say things. In homelike :they looked! How pleasant! the CORN FERTILIZER .....-* PER TON i
yellow Milo maize of rural branching '
\ the' tiC little sitting-room, tie bared weathered old barn looked! When Uhe two Wiermotaeters register sorghum. Is a tall growing (eight to All Fertilizer Material) at Lowest Mai ket Prices. j S.

? f' shelves and the .unwonted.inflow of sun- Then Clarissa went In. As long as she. alike the air In contact with the: wet twelve feet high) variety stooling fully athe Ask for our book "Why We Make the Ideal F..rfi1iZt"rL"i? \i

( Mhlne across them appealed dumbly to lived and the CoKlnees came of a long- bulb is saturated with moisture so ground and branching at theJO 1ts. Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer Company
Jonas lived race she never forgot the things ,
-4 htm. an answered as dumbly. Unaee.me4' ,
that it can hold no more, and henceevwporaitoa It bears enormous heads which upon ,
old face turned doggedly she saw that afternoon in Jonas Kemp's JACKSONVILLE HLA.Pitt. -
away ,
good ground are well filled and heavy., ,
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has ceased. With the aid
; ; from the windows end the pain on K wasOrfy barn. The strip of carpet by one'of the -/Tne heads bend over at maturity hanging Font Brand Blor
;L_ : risible .to the faint sweet face of windows and the broken chairs set about olf a ipsycromeler talbCe: given in the i I" a abort goose neck stem. It Is extremely OnanA. the Ideal Tobacco Fertilizer, $U per ton.I II -

Alwlldylooking out o fthe .guerreotype leaves and dimly, on the hay mows and U. S. Department of Agriculture Year valuable for forage either

% on the walL Clarissa's keen did noteeit oehlnd and on all the cobwebs and cob- greenor CHASE & HARNEY .
,. eyes webs-and Jonas there asleep. Cutlass Book for 1895 you can :predict Whether -t cured and its eeds are eaten'and enjoyed AGEHT I I I17tfl.fIl'q
I by all domestic animals. It malt FLA r
MIAMI
frost will occur during the nigbt. I
saw them all. She saw them andover .
over
i
: TWeMT years divided Jonas and Clarissa ,. urea earlier than the whKe. Mllo. On account ,
again till she died. For instance, If the dry thermometer --
Kemp, and Clarissa was not young. ; of stoollng and branching habits '
She bad tailored-and: stitched away all "Jon_iwo.! she called softly, after a minute registers .sixty during the day and the should be sown in wider rows' (four to

s* :ber young yean In her small vOlage hop. Jonas or I "Jonas its supper-time- wet one forty-eight and the wind flv* feet). I A.WADDELL 1:

... J f before ebe came.: It had been a sev n- keeps bkxwing (from a northerly direction -I bite Milo maize grows a single stalk ,
rft7s' ,wonder to Clarissa's friends and She went up to him and prodded his elgbt to ten feet high and yielding 1m I Miami City and County \

twice thrice.to ClarUsa herself that aha shoulder with her thimbled, ,finger Cla- the warmth that the sun gave I me se heads of grain. It can be easily

bad locked her.ahop door and gone to the nasa nearly always wore ber thimble to during the! day win ;evaporate, and I cured Into fodder. It can be planted in Real Estate Bureau\

minister's with Jonas Kemp. nave it '%andy." tlhe temperature fall to flhirty-fotir before three to four foot rows and will afford ,

-; :f After supper that night Jonas did tile 'Jonasr'She morning possibly lower, and as several cuttings per year. Like all sorghums -

'chores and took down Ms pipe. Clarissa twisted his droping toead toward it is colder a* the earth's surface thana it baa power to resist drouth. A select list of Bay ,Bbrvyne property. City Lots, Fruit .

,permitted ao.mo1dns'eftD Indoors-pipes were her and 'the dropping' light. It was twisted Foir| to eight pounds of seed should be anJ Vegetable tract of all sizes fur itmstments. '
and white. few feet higher up ,frost may occur. -
worse" than a mem o' Uttering u to plant an acre. ,
*' plant. Ton could abide the sated of "Oh. he's got a stroke-Jonas!-Jonas! This Illustration is an extreme! Jerusalem corn and Egyptian wheat are Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on West co ast.
he's got a stroke! Clarissa cried _
flower, but tob&cco-taughl So Jonas wildly.Jonas case, !ftnas general ride, we do not low growing. inferior kinds of non-sac '-
opened fate eyes and looked at her ctIa inc sorghums, the former with closely For oorreepondraon en'Ine&atampe. S I '
< fabd. Ida evening smoke under the tars, have frost/when, the thermometergets .
r e or; on'rainy nights, sitting on the eaw- in an unacquainted, troubled way appressed heads upon a goose neckst _ AGENT FOR
,: "It's pleasant-out here" he murmured np to sixty duri.ng the day, the latter with seeds in
borse ,In ,the; woodshed. Alwilda had an open ARMOUR & CO. AIRMOTCR WIND MILLS, "
'* t&fekly. "The jgaMs-don't take tfliOugUnSS conditions "be favor- Ie. Both are Inferior to the above Of
:niked" the stneB ot bis pipe. Heaven may pan
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; em-awayl I Fertilizers Chicago, 111.Avenue CLICUKU, .
:forgive the gentle fettle prevarication! 6\jt"y} once: In a great while :for it to and should not be used with'expeot&tlon .,

> :When Jonas went In again at early bed- 'Jonas, dear Jonas, you must get tight occnr, while' frost will certainly fall of pest results. D, over: Bank MIAMI, FLA.
and
'' up come into the house wiOh usemeulailsey T ate Reach luxurians. of South -tf-l.ft-m ,
tfane the beap of pot and bruised plants
V in. cleared neatly away and Jona had Jonas. Don't you :know Clarisay if the thermometer does not gei above A lean origin has decided merit as a

J (the rug well. ilkenund' his arm. He ?" fifty during the day and the wind fora e crop. It stools enormously and iT\

I 1, *; :,epread it with precise painstaking In ex "I know somebody-Alwlldy,:" murmur- continues from a northerly direction. upo rich lands makes a large quantity :K: <:JE
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a.etltts place on- the sitting room floor. edJonas trying to smile with is twisted ofo ige. One seed on a hill'two by three -

far .*'found It out by the.tack, floor.. Cla- lips. One arm hung Um# beside him and I The psyerometer described will answer feet rill stool enough to fill enUre space. 5 '
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-; -n.r.or? be aid genOy. he touched it curiously with1 his other 1 i all practical purposes. Here isM LIke corn it has the staminate: flower. Distilled Water......." ,.Orders Promptly Fil ed. -

-""Unwn-m.- mumbled r Haa*, a. UtUer band. opening for the makers of the in the tassel and numerous pistillate flow- 5
.It doesn't belong to he eald. l ming out of the nail of each leaf S
labaek. me era
taken And that was aft that was 'tneumometers '
After common or our large into Miami Ice Co. Forest Lake Mgr.'
j sever'seid. about the plants. a. ttttle while bis mind grew quite 'l'b flowers develop at maturity ,
clear again. And then he pleaded to stay seed houses; 'they could make the ltt-tJe shucks containing about five to 1
Aftd that If ClarUsa bad not been oc- "I Ised. ir..b' :
with hls flowers. / psycromeiters in one frame to retailat seve grains of triangular shape closely
1P eupied oonthinaUy with keeping the house "Couldn't I lay in bed out ':here, Clartsey appr diminishing in size from base

S"unttttared": and moat spotteMly: prim ahe ?" he asked timedly.. ,"Just till I feed fifty cents, a.ndiht"n the people- to t.1 At the Sugar Experiment Station .
would haft, taken ,notice that Jonas get familiar, with their use the single I i-Ft'R E : j
better The plants'J" miss me-an: I like at A do bon Park. this plant baa frequently FIRES! FIRE

3, ,elared a. ooddeeI-.om.wh.r.-out-of-' it out here-I like it out here-Oke H out! dry thermometer will be a thingof matured its seed. In its native:' .
: doora.. He epent rare mhurtMi only In his 1
j" here" / I I the paM, as they! are handy to tell Li&biL' t it is a perennial, but a cultivation ;( I -
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beside the
-i- 'old place 8it.tnC-room'w1n4ow. Again and again' he mumbled it wiatfully. -, whether rain will for '. venal! years at all of our stations : OUT .
:And passers-by-If thereOiad been any occur soime hours
.. f j ethaw no sign of stubhllng or ratoonlng.Iks l.
...pmwert-by the grassy crossroad that : : in advance. If the wet thermometer .5 INSURANCE.l.
six
actual
The tune CUrlsey heart strings were Its s contain by analyses 5
ran put the old, unpalnted Kemp barn rises above eighty In this latitude during As ,
welling almost broke her heart j to e it per cent. sucrose. a green _
:"vt"looked curiouary at: the big _
would
I She gothelp at a neighbor's and they Jnly and August rain will occur food t" highly relished by stock. It
Tbere war two of them mi reminder to pliwr some \ .
barn windows. Info Don't(jet jrhtnd. This t* simply a t
took Jonas borne. He lowly bay and does not withstand -
an cures
the
was dozing -
'and both ,-were. ey-bloom with_ red geraniums if it rises above seventy-eight in Sep- (ntontnr* way .It ,was almost a day later whenJonas1ufly : irouth like the sorghums *'laceyourlesuraneoiathe '
: and gay with purple nd crimsonfuobstea. awoks. ember it will rain; generally speaking Pear millet (penidllaria splcata), is '- -

c 'behind the. Bough oobwebbed deal! shelves panei and'stretched' "Ain't U-pleasaM-out herein the v fhen the wet, ,and dry bermom-- laD1; rly known as cat-tail millet, horse British America Western or Imperial[ Insurance Cjo.:
everyone ,
barn. ,darissy he whispered,, happily Mere get close together during the] and rpttan millet It stools largely J'
. was.brjgjrtly.!enanted.But \ "I like it :out'here don't I frour |ie ground and makes a great mass '
i ... -:- your day the air la damp and li will rain. W. M. FE ATM E RLY AGENT/ '.
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;.. : :I :pasaers-by were. few: and Clarissanevr "TeaClarissa said brightly.lMJ! like It_ .: It tu' &e which may be cut several time .

'x iI ..: ,paassd ty.'::Her'wmyTirbenlabe wentT".fr i .oat bare:',Jonas.**: .- i L ". ". ntidlea1JYGcocnj.ltte' psy<
.."",* "_a by, ; eediIifltd. 'twt 'The green-painted..shelves...had"baek :can be obtained from Henry: J.'Green;' .; t.is"useful_mainly;for. 80i V _:: ._.n* I'.l; .'-, I.: e"TheMakeshift ..5


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'lingo' trees and flowers has made: \ftj"\\ r kept perfectly clean. and the stable I if' will cultivate tbree, acres of tomatoes.Haiafso i- ,..i.'B ii:
I : i AMONG 1:HE FARMERS? place a corner of the enrth lit for a as ftwejtf; to UK ennilas a parlor. .", _
BLTjEggOL Lt.OlO. queen He has eight acres planted In Tlicivi.HaliorseMtal.il' mid oaU khe| .' ..L..Lt. -: Borne,.oft tb Bay-front t lost Berth. :

citrus fruit tees, most of .which are IllbearloJr 2fis.V2: feet nenr-at hand built of ru.'kj ,flreT-acreji' ol('whlctf be. 'will iBaen .:Vi ta J. another PtorW*base '

:: ;: iTbe prOIC5S10flS Ife will plant two acres of There 'has. aNo been constructed a plant two.to. mat 6.' ''a temptlaK&. descr1ptIo of-web.

The Metropolis Scribe Interviews. omatoes on his homestead Ue hail steam. dairy, ,lfivj; iwt also" of rOt There a r alto on this.:tract of .rich-- one hardly ,knows ,wbr ?, ., -

Many or Them pretty bui inKS. and urrpuhding viHr reiiieiit (Hm.r. AM the latest aiid at the rapids - -' "' *n4-whtnto; .foP, rtwf abs '
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; -' We. met Mr. Ellis- upon the riuul last niproveii machinery for "eperutiiiream .. Ba1'1.aae .grove MPnisims. L. 1. Bi.; .* VTBUBKB tree*; behlndjiwbjea' bJoGaW , '
week when he detail i from, -
I la the Coeoannt Grave Miami ElTr sad gave us some n* m.ilk, churning butter, ? m
{ Lemon CUT Sections ind Tells What' to his "riven property, but mu4le tly Timliiy! ami.,prr paring fixitl for sttu-k. Who wilt cultivate four acre* and*:two slight/elevation overlooking tbe Bar.; .
He Learned. & withheld the information concerning 'to., m rmnpliiy.A fcirjre uiimher of acres rexpectfully of'.tomatoe*.: I \ borne..!:fereirng tt.ed'and'eomfortdl.

: .M.BOBBIKS. WALTER 8. GRAHAM his,.bomN 'd; ineaifiilesftlii' cifrq I *fruits have bet'iiet When attention is called to'' ;the fact beaD a::'sight1 enchanting la SropfaI
DOBBINS & GRAHAM CO. out.. Thin; week fon-e of I. ,M*.Hoffman Jaq'a..llaWof
: We continue this week our intervIews FLKTCHKK ALBCBYs uiplojed j foiiimenciiiar a th, men are latjip. to-three years *gq next spr'fnghi large orange, tree iwbsrIimga4J1jpreparing 1 .
: tniflfim
7' M'on
.., one of the old settlers and as hi" *entire Miami iiveesectlon the.wholeof his
was aanbroketi plaea ot.H'aCres
LA'V. with the farmers of this section of a road from the farm to Miami,
AT ,
k ATTORNEYS f name would signify is"of Utltzun3M bout two luiU'i L. .wilderness it' 'wilt, be for..orango*; a* fast aa poatiMe .
H.
0 Dade. county, entirely ,completing} his Jlughes, a seen *
,
stock. He the south '
3 .,...;: *111 practice all courts, BUM and Federal 80 acres on ,ratica{ dairyman lias rharjrp of Jkvltmk \ what bas.been doneV There several He has erected aermotor. be-:
.- Bp.ctaf facilities for examtntoK and perfection the .section south of the Miami River fjthe southwest quarter 'of -ct inn H. : ir: is Cohb foreman. of th& are Qtllizes as power for&A-eUeeaI!v* kri-' .

:,r Lbttract aand Tltlet.books We corerlat bar 8onth tbe CDI Dade,. complete coqnty. and.:commencing the work upon the Hi.bas. two res cleared and will plant ul ratioi,!. it; Is only about a year hundred acre more Of this :rich hammock gating plant,and:also forfurnUWe*; ,
ft Clerk, north one each 16 ioniatoea ami ep-n>lant.:.. which will b! under cultivation water for':hi*;dwelling which ha
4r; ; and receive dally;report* from the or side.. Next week we expect to ince On.La'wrenck! purchased the *a-.
Ute Clrenlt'Court'at.Juno showing all lundtramfm. f hat'he has cleared he has planted to I'I lace in a wild condition, : wjfore three year* more' rolls I. around. complete system of: waterworks./JfrU? .
this section far north prartlraUv.
:1 All the certified Abttr cupf Title complete as asArch citrus and tropical fruits uot'yet hi Hoffman, will cultivate,tferee
f,80uU.Dade are mad at oar Miami VlUOOtttn-4l5,tJun.>.winl$ r home cane aerate. *
county Creek but not baTe SOUTH Of THE BIVIB, .
bearing. \ tdmatoes. .
may space
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4 I 'offlea.r, . -'- iTMIAMI. e looked for.overlooking the' river in .

DADET, CO.,.FLORIDA. for it.all., We baTe covered good deal RaDKMP II abort t nkt'. WtMvi"l> \vt had many Starting .north,along the line. of the |- V'4Cttai..COOJttT, __ :

more; territory in our interviews than Uu' 40 acres tin the ne of sw3of ru General liawrtfnce's-fn this secion. Ifew rock road and the.old County road AfBdena'Vista,has one acre 'of ha-*
j
Sec. 9.. He tbree cleared all '
..'.SAXDKKS H.F,ATKINSON we have found room for this week. bap acres .. leading! to JIueua ,Vista and Lemon which demonstrate*that oat ofbapj.|
let out to" citrus and fruit :
tropical
: :, gAKDEBS ATKINSON,, r We find our work appreciated by the cultivates hree acres of glade land ff. fntcK WILLIAMS City bur rcpTesenUtlve intervieved I me val forest a blooming Florida.boa '
can .W made:la
; a few month iI
farmers and are encouraged to con of which he''will plant two acres to lute the'tie.xt place up the river, fromHt"n..t.uvrence'l the' following named :trnckeers 'and I Cone.,' has 'onJ,'ben'-[oq h4s* a4aee, Mr. .

ATTORNEYSAND t inue. We will' say here that if by omatoes,and I one acre to eggplant.. the' west Mr William and adjoining it on lioii-grow..n'thisw ek'in" his search i eighteen months,and is sarroaadetl bf

COUNCELORS ATtAW chance any should be. missed, it will He has a.pretty home.. ho'ugli; not-, elaborate, has home a. tasty al-) fOf"'1 n.formation; .:t i : ". %; :a oeantlfal display of btmleat .plaaSand ; .

; Office In B tebaVi Brick ButldW, ; nobe intentional, as it is our purposeto' I. HOFFMAN ppeirawe. He has 'about, nix ncrV iitIIza'k .:, flower "bes1dessosen'. J_'
Life. in Arksbsas ;Kansas. He : tree' growing. .He will ew.TMV, ..
City lider i-,
.MIAMI, ;.. FLORiDA. j j bave tbe work, thoroughly done. culti.vl iun. lie will plant.acres 2J Vellknown place jast'nortb of Miami market onobalfacre '
: has 200 acresglade land piglit of of.effelaate aae->
oftomato. **, one acre of |xp|'er* the .:,
There may be missed by chance weisk on. Bay hardly needs 'description
any one-half'acre -
x which are un er 'cultivaUofllhrPttpine and 1$ "r'jonf"" J.1)I:1IIt'fit.. luc- peppenu :Tbce*';ofour :
; QEO., WOBLET; that they.call dor attention to the and .five Qlftde., Tbe pine land w ion), :*_2\rt' all the ptancs inHhid&eft.ion a.. bI..OS.- .attelnpting, to, describe' 'beheauty ,.readers: woo know not ofWbj Yes.ek -
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oversight and with their ee'to citrus fruits. ,He hast7O grainy i is nfMIFiler'shome. we Would hositaUoacaUX,1}
acquaint as beautiful.
ATTORNEY At..A'V: ;t fruit trees Just .commencing. tu, bear : all far.sbort.. , conveying to our read ;t'L, T 3t :
aff&ii84 JCOBKRT. KILI,vntlCiC . :
/4: G.Mral practice in state'aDd Federal CoUrts Inely. They ate by all odd tbe finext Lea any accurate idea of the:tropical t _,
': Att btutneu entrusted win receive JACK p&ACOCr Jot _ot grapefruit .tree' in the, town. las 10 acre* n -st. went of Mr. WIN grandeur which here surrounds one on ; bU :tlity sciesJ..:nortfc.oBueoa C-. .
3 M \' ,tentton. f ProJDP'Jatt And sons are liTingooTtbe old Peacock He has iams's nearly all cleared. lie will 1 1 side*. .Oranges: ,'lemons,grapefruit: Vista,, Is pattlnar spa; alias
comfortable home surrounded
,. CJB for Germanic Life Insnrant a
Afent
1 .of Tie*Tork. All kinds of life policies written homestead Cocoanut Grove. This..by tropical plants and/flowers. plant this' ,.year 2j acres of (tomato Iligator : pears; mangoer'guavas;and irrigating plant and intends'to eme.k.
Office Browns Building AT.D aodjstb St., ] Is one'of ,the familiar old landmarks to and 2J : acre o( eggplant lie* ban in fact,, 'kinds of tropical and subtropical his whole. clearing of five'aers W ini ,

: :: LMIAM1. .: FLORIDA.. t the moe('of oar readers. 'Trees of all 'JOHN DOUGLAS'S: orangetrees"" growing: thrifty and. fruits 'aregrowing, in fall tree of different kind :He wffl p**...f 1

': '. kinds are here found in abundance and Place of 200 acre 'ine M Sec.>and se 1 hzma.a mtl promisingnVId! of Portolico Igor and.':beauty.: Mr.' :Filer will pare for the winter market H.0

: W. ALIEN ' the Peacocks know bow. to grow them. Bee. 5 bu upon it'a' Urge and cornm ". pines. ,Kilpitrickal.o has a make a ,crop;oj about fire. :acres;of tomatoes,and oneaere.of.efffpiutt., .
1 QUO. ' Hr.':Peacock,. with tb**,assistance of ions two-story|house with deep and lomestead lot 100 acres on the pine! tom t es andeggplants.) '.. ".i .''If f tt t. .. uzoix.oz '% or" '
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*'. v. '- his boys, will cultivate 10'acres of eggplants shady double gal cry.- He has five acres ands He ba:not'yet built a home ota ,.C.-MiJORGAN;, l' -1 .u.14o| ,.acres" three:fanttbe oftBuen1staaswh1mlk i "L

,: ATTRNEYULAW;" and 10 acres of matoea. of pine land Set to citrus and tropical '"i is, river tract. [life bainmork land ,Who i&lWin1rn: ,tbe :pacef'YA'. north of .
' ', , : S *., v- ** : rnfta which are just coming into! bear- ppears,toWtt.r advantage than some Blackmail : ; : : a aclelaringof *. two'aare----
.
', ;;'. S :.Will Praetlct'tn. CoorU.State.and Federal. r ':H.V. ifOKBISONFVill ng. He'cultivates five acres of glade. of the r..et.al 'it i.-t quit*free of rock make a tr.op, Just.nortbolUlamfwill of about 'pineapple :Xr.Jobnaon ba*la law..->;.'
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KETWESTHFLORIDAS00n0 .mike a crop"of e-hAlf", script, land. This'yea .bel will 'J:plant two and. bass black* rich soil'! to :etiI off, and ;acre one acre oeKgplants way|.of, fruit. trees cum ...ptcrapefn -' '.
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; : :, .: tomatoes*and.one-half acre of eggplants cres of .tomatoes 1J acres' eggplants .JOlIlt'* 'ELi48.In. ..' -- ole ,toQ1atoet.j -SIs ..., o ...v ;"
Lto:
"WJ.
I on hammock land south.of rthe and l '
>i acres looktngnlceandabow1ngcar.fa1s&e. .
-- peppers. i -
this i l ntiouJlui "
A, Gro\'e.Jle"also.ba: beds from connectionYejiiii ht at present livin'Jjr.on; : the'place of
,
". .- ', which be expects sell.a considerable. -t Oi'l'. WHCZLER, ,J EIlimiaucain., .He Jia* hereontiof (>eo. Ol.-ion" a bout Tone 'mile bortb of tionl .flsw1HokIvIt.uow1nsercrup., '. t'S'I ..
:
.'r,, .J ,quantity of plants. '.' \ *> flaiI2Oacreutii the n, r f.eand wofse J the prettiest .place* in thi.fjfeftio'ii j of Miami, which..is.a pretty place witd Tacsa.ivsth.L- ;" c. ., ."
l' ; ATTORNEyS' .. ., ',AT 'LAW, wl; ALiaBBOOK, J of Section '.7.we, believe The the .country.' his ,lu uev which I is oI 'It'aHngandplentj:; :tropical: Cami.&ODtI4e eodnty from rqLargO, '
-$ 't ;: ff NOTARY 6 [PUBUCilN: OFFICE:,"' '.vWU i\[ : eigbbors,'say -be has three hound entirely new :ainl. ) 'ctf"1 iuufl4J1i1. con- niita, qf all kinds.;: Mr.Lowe has'CJcre where .be farmed 'for twenty yean.
Who,baa a plicejust west of,Cocoanut dogs one shotgu and hist weather triietion, coinmantl.-t' a fine view; It : : He baa 40 acres one-half; mile sooaliof'
r"- praetiee In *D State acl Federal. Oourt. : .eye .jiist,west;.of,the,1 Olsen'laceonVrhicu
J L ,,. ':.' f Collections promptly attended to.'.', : Jrove;is preparing land for tbe cultiyationof out for, a "fiddle.7! .HeJhasiO;, aceS of 1I'a I little l higher limn"the surrounding be, is just making improve-....Lemon City,with:ia' clearing abooCIS .;,

,; :.>'..4Omcz .u 1J"'OJ'BAr 1bsc.tYII&J: 1> acres of tomatoes, one pine land set to citrus' and tropical property awl! I is at :the commencement irieiit., but will not'' be able to make i acres,Oo which wa found four acres

tf ;. uuMk.PLORIDL:: acre of eggplants and pne-half acre' of fruits, greater ortion 'which. are of the,Nortfi and 'fcjoutli Forks.- The crops "" : : ?' ; '. of pineapple*:and. .an- ,abundance of" :,

., _.. r." ... :., .... ". jeans;' f Just coming' into. .bearing: Mr.. lawn is hro.nl grnJually lope! tu'the ,J.Rlcza :01. tropi l' frets tree*...He will not prepare ,

: ', ,g ;MILLS: roWLEBIf.D: .,' : 1\:,f. > fj, SAUXHEL BHODZS" Wheeler has 10 acres of valuable glade .river arid i iJ :'covered with,,prass.- "\ Ha any crop..for:the.market this,Mt.

t-$ t.." , .:. .s\ r.7-. '. : ,: s,':' ; las a neat place at tbe Grove running lands, in the sw 1 of'.Sec. 7.1 He will tote of his cropAYttk made last week, acleanngoithree two miles acre* on a five son.1t| 'r' ,
aernlot
: HOMEOPTHISTr : down on to the prairie land, that' part ultivate five acres. of't4n matuee,. one CW.1IRt4 I'nss northwest of'Miami ; "l 're.LwlDnra Jl' f

;' }{ ; );which'tbe ;intends setting out ,to ere'of egg plant l one acr of pepper* aftrt.$: 10 acres just wet of 'Mr.ElIi'sIihmis on which of hi hiteods .to-colt.hatetwo Has 'six'acre* ol.flew land at. Leasoct '
acres tomatoes
-CHRONIC D : fast' .u'' (possible. This and three 'of beans. lie ll aho anne, acre of egg ; '
AK& antnas s. acres ;
ISB ,
*' CltyWbIchbe1aeleaTIngsadkas*- r -
: : '
V
: ltL fOnttll }it;if being cleared iip. plants V .
: : .". .-., 7ODALtJ$. -. year. 'Mr.f Rhodes will cultivate about xperiment with one-fourth' acreo( lie will ,cnttvafe( three acr i'of toina- J.oBN.puuau.-v ; : formiaglnto a bone. ,He 'will pot to" u ;
J acresof tomatoes and threescr It doesn't look he : .
three
celery : ; aa though one-ball acre, ottomstoesooa.baX-s.
MIAMI.TLOBIDA, tots oa the glari'e fmLhsereir. ; :
, ,. ,' f and Mowed his his orbit "fiddle" lias a'tIt"aringM.io acres on his borne- '
dog
'' --, < '-' eggplants peppent / gun : acre of.eggplant and one-half acre of,
to interfere wltb'b slnss.C. .- "- ' R. Wi, BRID41KA stead JU I JIlIes'.nortbwest of'Miami on -
; .r : :'B O ; "
1-- I t pepperLsrs; J
.? 1 located l of winch he- vrilt cultivate out ..acreoftomatoes. 0
: D'1i J. M .JACKSON. /JBffi4\ . Whole;f ,clearing' dp.his place-ust H. 1JKBRT' ju'test Mr. lirnce. Hi ; O.3ewuavaziWb&IIeiat : ., S
.. t V .- ,,*" -.. - place practically fcei: the SmIth.Io'ork. ., ., jl: 1- '
' \ 4f west of the Grove intends to cultivate las homestead of 160 in 'ri 1' $. Lemon City,will pot jo.-
a acres t'MSee.
't the LEoN POkZLL .
He JiM '10-"acre*. |n early ,
.
: : : \ "'' i : ; four icisol mixed vegetables.t ; a of Sboat three acres of oderr* .t
; : bouf < > .'6.v*He has four!acres cleared, bas times of which we'' have .no history a At: : hocus Tista has" a.'pretty.:'little crop '

b ,; .1 : .-':. BIscAYNE ioc'KtA ...D.MUML : #j .-'*'J B !' '( > a''good twofstory. f rapieC'house:'surrounded p4r1immo1 Mr Krfdgt placet hiss been home yturroiindrd by guaras and other and canliflower. .aboat one mile npLHtlcBiver. -. c

.. \ 1 :'.. ,l4iTF? ( '. '.. '. .Will coltivate tbreeaeret.of'tomatoel ;with handsome,tropical flow. leareUand! t.tn rangeii'and Hmek.rjie fruits;f He:.i-'Cultivating1\ a..crop" of -' ; : "JU.ir:
:;. : : ''FLOBIDA.. s lid peppers On Elliott's Key, where be fn;' plants and shrubbery. -fie has:.a tract 'went ftc: .k to/ja)\tate'of thrjs 'acres,of.i rnato e, one acre of '\ *,, 0.- .>;
,', : .,. '!' also has nine acres pineapples. :)r. nice lot\of'cltrus fr it,-With tropical() nature. YeC we J5n l in t h; 'luuntuockvhkh eggplants and one acre of,peppers.., Who U the village' bIIck1 I4hIt'LethonCItywilleu1that.tbres

( "-Aibury! will .also.:cultivate 1 J acres of fruits in" bearing. .' rry.IIvesj1ntheGroveandrnta \ he. m"iiow,ileariiip'awa,:a large 'W-v.noosa ; | aerea"of : -
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bis pine and glad { : .. ;(, ;_ ;- . ;. I tomatoes-at! his home and_ ejffhc;, .
:
:; H. HUDDLE8TON, D omatoes and one balf acre of beans at 'n.umM"r.'tr1! : "larjEre.'Jihvell'as' : r ; as (\ '
. R!" .C t'. cocoanut' Grove/ ". >- -"'/ ,'.- land. There will be cultivated his ; 'weet orangesiM _. JlrhJge'1\ Yho liyes.'at\,Boena- Vista,;owns-40' acres of tomatoes on Little River laod],.'
\ I ,
) -; -- ,* nCrct'o'A1apattab: prairie,land and. Mr.'Mattair baa born.BayfrontjuSuorthoftM3U1age.L. afcev
of .
this three tomatoes on
place year acres plaCe .is'the .inot: utah those | pretty
z zil 'o ; western
cAL COL- :
J.GRAPUATK'Rtrsu-MEb. ; . ; ;t1fD' c. 'r' 1 and an acre each'of,eggplant au4:r peppers yet', ptecAl'in: ::cultivntiim'! i .InI.lli4"'VCJt: : nJonipnny-w1th Ida brother,'W.A. a '

k:r ; '. X r ,LEGS,.CHICAGO.. . / Have:,bine-. acrSE :lj| :mileV'south of ., \ u'0. ;; '- ,- le'will.. build! ra bom'eneltas '.' !, lit 1r.,4ks.wi1euliiyate15acreortoma.tmw"twi;' i, '"fDft, 7Z ., ,

( ',' :oe&eoriier A.y'BBS C and"I2tn(ttreet., Co ot'cGrQTe :on'ihlchtheyhave : :'n.t5CEs oB irCH&I .', 60 grapefruit'aiid'-l> tardifT i 'orange ;: strea, .If. eggpianhsaavnmaeregurbenns . Also 'J at Lemon City where be bar
:; lite* ,
all of tropical' tree*and : .
rrt.. ,: : O7nUooas-4Lmio2.4m.aod2top.In. rowing,. kinds, In',tbt nw > of.Section f <-19,.has eightacres" trees setositMr-B ldgt' fsr trucking t ; a pretty home and alee runs a'...- .,
: AKIp -T; LO.BDA. ruits. They will..cultivatetomatoesnd cleared _'!}'., lIesweit off the this ,wth'lux irotber-ip-1aWt t l : i4'nooi .: ')
; r -. : lants'Jn considerable ; year | He ba* 40 acres:of Little BIverlAwl,:>..;
. ,egg a quantity Grove.-\'.The; family nisa'most hand, Iliti. mnetmtim'fwlihmhi..lartneeshit! ; i. ..\.fYjWroltiVl -Ala pattah"prairie land where he'will makes erop.of 20aeree'4

". : 'hp.T..,8KAOQS., ".M. D.OfflcMlamtDracPtore.,, , but the" exact 1 amount we' :didnoti. aomelyrsurrounded.* ome.iibower.d ,vas madejastfweek.t ".fI o tu, the'extent of\seven acres of .toma, of tomatoes,",and.:where his sea ,Faa, .-

: Iearn., < : J; wlthbandsometropi plants*,flowers 'assmnj i urtlue-' 'rifer;Jt w v Vti..js.e toes;- 'f '<:. ". will, also put.'in a crop ofsIxacesot, > '

f _1- C1CflAID : shrubbery.; .Itsb wsth.iesultutthe : r' #Jk' nciu. If tomatoes. "" "_ -, .',
rf :PflSIIAN&SURGEO ij. come to the!rich.hammoc.k'jand.at" what r ,; ,
Haii tract of:68 acres two mile* south ; care of:'a'.tastefulwife I, 'and'three : ; ' aoaaxrs "
-" : ( k'now making a ii r icer home of bl.place aflmiena9sta .I" JA* w -- :
? b . ., of Qocoannt,Grove; with"about 'eight daughters. '.He'has five scres-; planted I V as/.lbe jf'Bnpidf.dof he on' : i
: : "bieb.w. found man Lives afi Lemon City,bat own*U acres i
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.' T1I1Cp.m.to8O'clockLm.Z cleared and, :tract of 97'' acres to citrus trees besidm a few t ropica i kfiahifabout"{ "four ,milesffriVm, the .
a. "
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; :. .. esldence; Coc.anutGroie,, acres :,croe*. aihigatorpears gnavas and some of landitwo miles .wet./on.whteha* t:
fruittreeshewIl
. two and miles south with 'cultivaie two. :Bay; : / v 1 .
; I three-quarter { nice young orange..treesgrowlng'-; ha a dearinr of 9| acres,' He_wffl .
MIAUL YLQEID .1 -
t. ; -. .. ". five acres cleared ,He has a considera acres of tomatoes and one a.ere..oft'gg. yhag \- .. y. potting: In one_acre of eggplantalandpepp cultivate ;tbe ;market wone'aere of '::

\ . jnuraberof.. mango and. alligatorpear plant..Mr.Obenchain has three"accomi. (itle:'J largest*place. here rand- 'iargest >.s at bis!home-nd,tbree acres of tomatoesj;,one 'acre;of84..; .: .

t-t'G' 'ILLISP JU{ :D..D. N ar' trees growtog and intends- setting pushed :daughters t 4chinK' schoolj; ',I ui l proveofeiit! :b .He"lias(1 a ae.re* J tonmatoesmt-AiapatLab'-prairIe.| one-half acre of,peppers.!._'" ,* 'f : Q ::

. out'ipere of thi*variety trees.;:;Mr. UI..J'f'innette ]engaged the. '. 'of thi.H riek1utud5nwIi,1mre linder
r '. " Rlc ardl\'.'. will consist:\of.tomatoesbeansand -! Miami schools- I ." ?. '. "
crop ulLivsLiun: lJeJs'jut ."O imMrmeLmnjI( : : .
CRO WN&BR1JjGE'WQt ; : j but we did not 7 r > *- -w-"AiTir.] > t \ ; .t' :
." peppers. \ ,' iNtL-* 'nev bOl wbrch wilEiuld.lllu fctt his trrw"1JLEY' R'O' 8" .

.OOe.*Bonn' :.',LXadS 8 a.m.sSpecial&to 6 p.m. .!,Offlre,. in\ '.Bet>. : .learn. .theaniountL. ,' .f'"' 1 :We.,passed the"'handsome."hOKi: .:J t slaceT-;,-Ca lt'J{::ll.ay'hiii; .*:pon>trgelii '1 : : .i : ; -
citrus friiitii'and" _
HABLAK:TmAPr , to ball in,bti=rings ,
cbersBrtck Biock,comer AT.D and I9tb BbMIA.MI Jf ArtburF.Lang last week; -There1 was ;
S 'FLOBIDA.' Has 120 acres two miles sooth of Cocoanut no 'one':at: home ,at.,jtne time'and, by _nuni her. r grapefruit} Dd' '119.nJfffS.;; 'i t-. : .B U rusIt: : i: ,

Qrove.!: with;;a 1ea-Ingof: five oversight;; we: neglected to"interviewMr. lie:was.uiifoftunalom! i the sbipniemmtflf'bk.youngtreesdviwn
-' oir-wIichtnay in :tim .' "A 'Mr.iDuval of l y schoi/nt-rf from Stationaryand'BJ 1 nkBooks.tt j -
'D' c acres, be foond growing ."Lang" \; _
{it:. _,' .>: ; ,n. B.B.OHAl'KE* ,,' considerable numberof healthy trees. Sanford,,.an experienced ":gardener. J cka mivll 1 le.Veforef''f he-I:rai 1 way'came ... -

_ f VT: P' v Mr..Trapp Intendl'making;a.wintercropof will.ootliate--.Mf';,LabgVplace;this II hrooghlTbvy: : ". .9oaked.wUh > ;? Ti t j.Specialty' i )made::of. ,the 'DETISTz. -
water which fIt dr tleLn.A
< tabeii' ; There will'be:Cultivated:\four. man'y.of.
i . ; "g ;4rcHas year. .
; _" -it acres of *glade 'and;'foutr acres ofpine:: i jonsf4erabImnmtmnber: (}ut: t.n : ".f ; finest ,Linesof'Stationetjr: ; .i :.
\ OAe la Xaalcnon Vlocit,'northeant corner.of ,: :9.1.TRAPP .: !t t- , .
\ -- ; land ;8ix"acres.:.Will be 'pJan rl'.t' lI wIU rulthat 'l'.rf i' ortonmatoeapepp .- ". 1- .
It ' .* : ':? Avtnnt D and istn street. 80 acres two mll sionthwestot' ; the(1row1thaclesrIng tomatoes and two to e gplaot. They: 4'acre>of:fggplan|>2 ftttt.t of;, r Tlie Finest t COLD: DRINK 1 ESTABLISHMENT' 1LSthFIIILi;:

&,t'c.thLMI. . ,. ] FLOXBDJL. .. ;: j of. two,acres' will also sp riment wit t hree acres oCKaffir ',abd sundry.,other:Yegefableaii. . O. : ::
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4 \ which are;:set out to alligator pears, corn and millet- forage,pur--: ; '. :: J.siiiuai; r.; .!;, '., 'j',,-. Medicfn Toilet and J
Ciemicas
MmC1r guavs,. orangeslimes; ,' .femons\etc; ; : ; Drug _! :, : "jt
Kr.Lang's trees are ; j "
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poses.* orange lli'10" h1 ihatfof
Il r rtSV,1'( >Iow Capt: 1 ,
liewlilpotin nowiptercrop.B, I
JOHN . ] .
3 looking' exceedingly .fine,, ;fwhile his ![i De.llIu' blJiI Taricy Goods at.ivho1esa1e
, _ '. y-" b ; nfJ ldingrjet.JCet; ri ;: f t' Cigars ( 'fobacqos, ":
p ,. : L'BIC&: Tahiti limes promise fine' trees., Mr. i : : tr "

,, .CWIL.ENGINEER.' HAS 120 acres in the sonthwMt'quarterof Lang;,has' been "'on .bis lace 2J years. .*will cultivate.I b re aprea'of <, '\i. ,,

NDiU1tEXOR: : '.e tloo 20,town 64-41;. He bas also Every tree shows a remarkable growth( 1tomnatoeambd. i imiofiggpJauut-: ; ,'

fa Larrr..Particular a..floe'piece of Bay front property: at and is .demonstration of what care ;;. .0' cifi ) '. g .ref 't preparation-- ".of- ,Prescriptions.- - - : .'Mt o..l ; :
Votary rntllc lor But* at ; i1ti4NiI.J-L
. -tt.ntloa ftrtn to SabDITidloIIAIp'Traer'.ee the Grove. He has four acres cleared and proper cultivation'or wild !land. in ' *
onbfs 'homesteadwhich:1. set out to this section for 2J iII.d.o ; Fine.hom 110acn's! "has' fme i .. "
i on antn Street.SouthSide, near.Are:Ii; years .

-' of'>":- ,.MIAMI.:\, ,:-' ;FLORIDA.. '".J I fruits pineapple;. We;;,.and did i:toot tropical: find."Mr.and Bice'citrus:'athomeJbiit The :following':truckers; and: 'fruit' tioned..In:;)the'colum1tnuniberoftimesther retvrejcairJtel: ,. : jtiothTngfiveacres ;., r I ,.': MAX AUSCHWITZ,, 1 t ;

' '" -, .'. understand" that be.will put irOweno'n the 'Miami. Elverhavethis nEw : -31r: 1Uchirdzomi-wI1L:cultivate
a' XONOW1TTJ5B. weekbeeBryjsited; by tb'e''UtT roils -' of tooiatoe and one.b:lf"acre i ;. i
in about, two acres of., ; i\\ ] PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER & JEIELER'.tHOTEL
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.& &; > : ; < TAILOR' .:' \t '-.r! L following! :, :"nine':.:"place*.|were. :, On tbe ooth'branch of the' ye'i ofeggptsnt. l ),.:}r : : -5- .; :: t" "'i I. ) .,. < - -, -- ,
*- ., "C.O.JR CD.&RliKNA 1+ t t.
thefiretpIsce, of anj1 1 importance' id t. .1. '
.. lt, 'missed{ byour.guide; f; during the bourse .iMi .
; -. Om. Place,of Itfacre jiist iitutli of"nla falbVer venueDAr : ::
4}t.t.'f. ol PLated S orouV this section which thai of; -t-tOZN. : . ,. .
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: Stock ol SampUa Weave r
rnll | trip through '
\ also > ioiieU few u '
,waft in nt n t Icntrth a ,
,. .Brick ; *.-C, ,1' :': n.Lr.. : . .
; ; Shop In Selener1 BuLdlnf.. was .not known.to us u-DtUour'atteD- _*."It sinc>< II I irsklmanlsot-arthrd : .

"' f <* t Si "MIAMI; .FLUBIDA.. ; IOn. tia called! :to',the.. omission, ',bl of is,Boston fast'Improving., who hai 185, .A acres'considerable which be -A bet few liome Uaya, since'Mri 'Jticliardson trcuuelu:32'"tO) will) cijlllvatefourracres0f make-I! ;" i E ::ef E1'A..K" t"t., ...;

:i S' 'RICHMOND: .' ,\>' .. ; Chas. i'lL, ,Davis( to1 'we, ( ..aribcl portion this is prairie'and bammoclr tomatocaanmLJneres ;:. :-': ,', : J MIAMI BLOCK. _ -

,; .- --, ,' \ .. bdjortbiiiiroimitioniover1ngthelmiiroeme ; The place Is under the supervision" <>...*ffSP'anfil.' ; :' J f'S.i J -., '' ': .vm :'
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,. .: '. ' : : tia, d fsctsip connection H. Price WiHit There is. now :11 C'U.R :'oJR.J.i'1: illbvt i\-- : FRESH' ,nw BREAD"R "

... r' ;REArsT4'r\ ', .with$ .the homes' of:J. McAllister, employed upon the' improvements( ;or- 10 es.[just:;l elow'.:tliat fof{O. ; : ,

: KiIs. was at pay time Saturday Sa t& men ;Rllmarigou a1 1 gwid !(pbrCI6n of whlcliiscl LtSt CAKES PJE& -EVERYTHINO'FH T otAes -r .
*i ": ."QURVBYORANDURAUifTSMAJjix4 John,; | ,, ,Pletcber Alb ry. Alfred The payroll amounts about |l,700amonth b- ., itNsip' ;
: are Janlci>] "
-' -- : ,>: -- -/-r''' KthpB.FHoffmantTohn, .DOug!* ; ; The, improvement consist of 'place with many; (tlifljreittIhrd'offrimitsLThey.wllicmiltivatchre'Sactrs f1tf... . : .1X: E : -

.* ty a;*.' t" :, ,CUTLER,DADE''""00.:,TiTHTn.LAJ faAJApUj A 0.' G; .Wbeeleri; .C H&Terryi...Franceabenebjaln a large tract of';land which 'hns been i \1 l _"__ -.-'- !" ,' -

'\\d : .: -' ': '" -, .\ ; 'r' ,. cleared and drained when necessary of:.mat<>e -Oil-1ttUfjWjIfitfl ; 7r V- ..C IPBOMPTLI DELIVERY.AND HHIPMENTS ,. 4 ; '
"; -' Tbe dairy which is to 'be > :" ., : > ATTENDED. -10 / :
.: f :Jl18.WE.JUBCBZS: ; : ; perated- in tb w yeari,. T I "f .'"" -itTT; ? u' : '' '- '" to .'

: uzo, Homestead"Is. admirably situated r ,, be- connection is of the with Gen.Xawwnce'* farm -,Atiloss''the'river' -and. : joti'bcIov- '. ,"the-. : :
one most mplett affairs in 'S 'E'
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; ERY DAYFi"p'
iWithacremcnf .
S log part glade land fie has five acre : .
Sooth '
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: ,- :. ot.pine jundef Improvementswhicb.are there is a finer dairy ihVanr Southern . .: ,i r .:.,' :; .. : ; ;
: . .. One BlghUbirtiB and BeadteK ieswn eck set .oot'to'cltroa tropical frulta-; State. The main -l&x&l' :' ewiaim4; "wbiclfwH "ForeDialingArteafanWaUr need.'- 1 5 -r- . A''.

!;'Pf"1. week ol YeDDeC..ad4rea freft.-OoHS Sd cottage. -.- -,on. -itth.street. ,.east .wbteb\,u in:'fine,condition. :Hisacres :11 two stories, high. 'parMb Itis wiilt' of feL rock; .b"cqlt ntpcl 'for.tbenrJt'.tiBri! *$'.his. :' ;r--!",Adilree* mail i order* to LAKE:WOBTH ICE COMPAST,,, 'r

4ft,.; .:0> -: '.'HI.' 34IAML. FLORID A. !, _4: '. of glade land is land of the' belt and baa cement floors TheVe are:no\r sear.toesUneaChfeggpltfltt; .HeLwllI hafe fj :acresj>ftouia!, " :&l5m-isem*" '1 l-Miami, Flavor- call in;;"person: at..wsesboesscaAvesesDt s--- . .' - :
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this/section.. 'There will be culti- d. -- i '_ .
lathe -dairy: 28 Jersey/colM; 14of : : : :
'' "' fated/about 'It !acres' of v the; glades; which are-'giving milk, (rlre s table 'peppers' ;* --S. r ; < ' '-
CU1RT,. .', : 'f YNEW'l LATIN:8TYLEPHOrt1O : ] \ :
F&LLP eight of which :Mr. McAllister::has spade Is arranged so that all aec'ti ius 'A.Ds3ulTR: H; .
:MUSicrAN., leased! 'TenT acres will be tomatoes are carried off from the eta leoeon- -Usa"',itf acres>n, :jhliftractTwlTu-h';I las : V c :"' -
jEnlargingi
,T, I Fiivo. .OBOAH,:Viotnrba U; with pneacreeacb" ", "' of peppers" "and egg ducted to a .fertilizer:>at- 18x24 feet cultivated r.>r Uiree'jeary.! ''hj' '' rar .. : \ -Tintvpesi, '
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__ 'Q1JI'f.d ATmiitc Srmao., 41antt-i. ; ': : built :of;:cement, into; which::air*the I ,wiIJ.iadtivate' siaerpiffoxftatoesOn i} Xodak 'pictures finished, B :AltI. _ _

k :;,. > aoUtc ,ptlTmtclrorlaclaMet Applybirmai] -. :, !! : ,: ,:-' droppings tbe\stock: with'r Jhed ; : his home lot;: 'in,3Iiamf; :..willplADttwdaeresaf I "
%,"* .>iT' '-*" 1otp rionaltntet Uwv.vv ,.t.T .Homestead was'missed ,with tbe others bedding thrown, where it allowed) i :pggplariti ';s ,. ; -.r work finished, l ap todate"IFREIi ; |j. ; ;: '. '

*> -t MTAJfl/-''' f" '* "IT-alrk*" :'"ftvS passed'briiee.4onxrsaI.1lih 1 Ito decompose.?: The HefC '' 1 is, drawn off r:: '". jY3i.5TITaa;. 1. T_; D'S.LJuty'I: Avtitoif D dHfiooK wirror v5 *',

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: ling of trees and ftowers has made hi* I kept |ierfei>t1y dean, and the ft able_ i b. I will cultivate three acres I of tomatoes.f . Hi .J!rO J. '. '...6 -
AMONG H& FARMERS place a corner of, tbe earth lit for a i :1.4 sweet to th tm..II-t a parlor.} _. :
N5UL f: : Home: on the Bay front josf eft
north ?
queen. lie has efgli6\acres I pjlatiU-i d! (to Tin-re i is a horse tablf .and calf hedi
citrus fruit trees, tuostNuf whfch are in 5x32 fet-l near at hand built or..rwki I has also five acr sbWhchT be- will Buena Vials,.Is-anotfcer Florida borne, -' i"" ,. "'

Tl1eprOe5SIOIS C: bearing. lie will plant two acres of I There has also bt-en '( 'iinuUrncteil a plant two to tomatoes. ', in attempting description 'of.which: nJ

The Metropolis Scribe Interviews tomatoes on his homestead lie has l-aiu dairy Ji5x'H feet also of rock I There are also on this tract' of rich I S one; bardlyknows .where':to .begin'" : .,

1 :, Maaj of ,Them pretty buildings and curio iudiiig. \'Ilh'lIIt"lIt KjM ". All the latest land at the rapids fj "it ? '*" " and when jto/top./: Skirting, the. .'
We met lIr.Ellis upon th" nail last Improved' machinery for weperatinjf _, # Bays, a fine pld;grove of:eocoanat : ?:.
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1: ; In the Cocoaant' Grove, HUml River and week when he gave us some detail as oream from milk, churning butter, MJMJ L. K. Hilt j|.W BB E. \ trees, 'beUnd elevation&whleh' is Jooate4'fD"W%:t; i ',

Lemon City Section end Tens Wbat to his river property, but. modestly grinding! In(preparing food for ft H:k, Who wilt cultivate four acres a d'.two2u'rf' slight, :overlooking the Bay'a '"''5.k.,

Be LMru4. withheld the information eot cf.rnin etc., is 1011I II.)..I. A large itnniber of respectfully of tomfto .?; < T neat and eomfortab1ehom.lngaaightenehanting'Iapff.; -' :

.K.BOBBINS. WALTER S.GRAHAM I- his homestead; !pineapples" :and ,-ilrus I fruits have l etnej Vlien, attentioQ, is called.to the;. facthat : ; "<

: ROBBINS & GRAHAM CO., We continue 'this VIXTCBERALthTRY I :out. T IHvitk| n force of men are tip to-three years ago. next ipriuilthiiserutire beauty.Mr.largIorangetree.in.Bo1l'DWlhqaDamOC ".
week our int r- \ employed in rommencinc theron!triH'ti bearing,and ia- J' ',;
Is one of the old netUers and SIC his Miami river section preparing the whole of his '.
views'with was an place of If -
farmers
!. of this sectionof n of a riwd froiw the /nrni to Miami,
ATTORNEYS AT LA'V."raet1eeID name would signify I i'4 of Malwma* acre for ,orangosraa', fat . .
unbroken as poaaible. :
wilderness seen
about it
tw mill. will be
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Dad,county, entirely completingthe Hughes, a ..
: i south
stock. He has 80 acres' >n tin- } I He has erected aermotor i
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and F.der l which.
.4; 111 U court State prai-tical dairyman( has fharRe of .tl'f\ what has been done Theeire several
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,section south of the Miami River of the southwest of ft. "
Station utilizes for
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; 8 for examlninc ndper ctlnK quarter ttt< ,-k. Frank maud Tltlet.- W* bavv the enly complete and/commencing' the work the He has two acres cleared And will I plant! t hundred. acres more of this rich bam p1&ot'and !alto for furnishing 'I_ _
upon <)l eratioiii.. It I Is about '
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Lbftr&ct books eoveriuc South.D de county only a yearsince
-4 each tomatoes anil I nock which will cultivation for
one bu water
pgaplanlA.What under, h&:4..lUnl'.hJc4Iau.- :
oftb north
Clerk week
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fL and reectv d&tlytreportkftom side.'j Next we expect to lien.Lnwrem*** purcbasfd theita' :
; Clrcmtt-Conrt At.Juno tbowlnc all I.DdtraaderL he has cleared he bis planted to complete systemof waterwork nMrJ :
r I inn wild I 1I11t1iti I I before three years more r rolls around: t
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this section far iiet lea
iy.
All the certified Abktractaof Title complete as north aa citrus in ,
.p and tropical fruit not yet Hoffman -will 'cultivate .
] int taree efcreaof t.-
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$ XMo t $l5.t.Oi) winter
(nrgontb. Dad eoontf are'_made-at our Jll-mlK1A1.UJD Arch Creek; but may not bare space bearing. Iu'.ie! can SOUTH or THE ni B. tomatoes. xCKAS. S -
e* ; lv be looked! overlooking the-'river III
'CO., FLORIDA."Hr font all. We hate covered a good deal ALFRED KEMP a Kbort,time. W> WUI we had many: Starting north,along In-line.. Q.f tbe COOlLY, .5 ,i'

;: _- more .territory in interviews than Hal 40 acres in the ne \i fef sto V of more General Lawrence's-tn this sec new rock road and the old County road At'Buena,Vista has one"acre 'of laad. '-

we bare, found room for this week. Sec. 9. Ife has three acres Aleahtl I ,all tion. S Buena which demonstrate that oat of the r _
9 31.1.Y.SAKDUU H.r..ATKUfSO and leading Vista and Lemon pn ,
out to citrus fruits.
set
-- L tropical ( n.Has PRiCE WII.LIUI coeval forest }:
a blooming Florida hoes
& ATKINSON We find,our work appreciated the
by representative.'interTieyed
gANDEES He cultivates three acres of glaue landof City our can.be' made in -"
a few months, Mr. .
x .3Coarly
farmers and,! are encouraged to con+ which he will plant two acres tot thtllwXt plare up tIp river trllUlHt'II..I.awrt"uI'e'rt the following named trdckeers" and : baa.:only been, on Ws ptee>y fe* -. :
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R.4 ATTORNEYS t nut. We will *ay here that I if by matMs. and one acre to eggplant. the west. 11\VillianiHa and adjoining homtnl It. on fruit-growers this'week inn his-search. eighteen months and i*wrronndeft by; -'3- ;<

,, I AND COUNCEtORS AT LAW chance any should be missed it will He has a pretty home.J. though not elaborate, has a tastyappeaYanee. for formation.. -' ' ' beautiful dbiplay., of tropical .plaota' 't't .

:' OOc la Beteber'il.. Brick Bulldln/, : ntbe, : intentional, as it ia our purpose .-F. HOFFMAN S He has about six acrVs S RAM rU.Ea' 'z:'tV..IIknown : and flowers.Decides. .sum, flne:yo .'," ,1.-
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Lives in Arkansas Kansas' He tree < He will cultivate forJ1'
FLORIDA.QEO.XWQRLEY to have the work don City, under cultivation. He wilt plant 2| \ '
MIAMI thoroughly
4; u. bas 200 acre of'glade land, eitfht of acres of tomattM's, OIU3c're of platte jost'Jto.tt of Miami market one-half acre of.eggplants and: + .'. ,.s : '

:)4 Where any maybe missed by chance we which are under cultivation* and 1J acres or 0gglt1it. TM!jx'ppers* lo atio'n on the Bay hardly needs' descriptionby onehalfacre of peppera. Those Tot' .J--J

,ask that,they'call\ bur attention to,the pine and..five glade. Tbe pine I Idnd i is :i- are all the pla lr.Jmer'
overslgbt,and acquaint ua'with their set to citrus fruits lie has1O grapefruit tioriiH'itutifiiL! I . anfyof we would . ;r
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short of
ATTORNEY LAW.Gen.ri ,conveying to our readers .
trees bear : -oJ ,
affairs. Just comnlepcing tn JJOBKIfT KILPATRICKHas ,. lWRT2, .- :
idea }
In State and Federal Courts finely. all odds the finest any accurate of the:tropical ,
practice They are by "
AJ1 business entrusted will metre, prompt at JACK piACOcar" lot of grapefruit trees in the town. 1O acres next west of Mr. Wil- grandeur.which here snrrounda one on Who, Iiu 5sIxtr1screi' just norta 'of ,.

-- tention. And eons are livfng-oiftbe( old'Peacock He haa comfortable hofne surrounded liams'a nearly all cleared lie will all I sides. Oranges,lemons,grapefruit; Buena :Viata ;I* puttingup-aatei" ,
ClY Agent for Oeraanta UI. Intaranot Coon ; a this Irrigating pUnt and intend to seroes ,
homestead Cocoanut; Grove. Thisis plant year 2J acres of fomatoexand alligator pears; mangoes, gnavas;and
c- ew York. All kinds of life policies wrtttelLomoe by tropical plants and flowers. '
Brown's Building AT.D and 18th St oiie'ot the familiar old landmarks to 2*$ a Cres of cgffplmt IJe lia# in fact, all'kinds of tropical and subtropical his whole clearing five acne M fruit -., JL
JOHN DOUGLAS'S KMlorange trees growing and fruits trees of different kinds .He will prepare .:
1 MIAMI .- FLORIDA., the mOs"'of readers. Trees of all thrifty are growing in: fait .
kinds are here:found in abundance Place of'200 acres joe? M Sec. land]se t has,* most }promising Held
: : W: ALLEN Peacocks know bow,to grow them. Sec. 5 ha upon it a. large and con 0101 'o pifies. Mr Kilpiitrick also'lias' 4tiomealead make a crop oj about five acres ,of, tomtoes&nd, one acre of. efyplaat . -r.:

(1xO :Mr. _Peacock;-with! ;tb* ,assistance of dious,'two-story house with deep and of lOt ic'res'on the, pine tomatoes eggplants.) .. I J .J ;' I ) '

,. ' his boys, will cultivate 10 acres of egg shady double gallery. He has five afcres- land; lie has'Jlot yet built a home' on 'C. M.MOHaAJI,. Haa 40,acres, tbr .Kfo rtba. ofamflanonh frt.:

ATT9RNEYAT LA'Vf ,plants and' -10 acres, ,.,_of.!,'tomatoes.. of pine land set to citrus and.tropical his. river tract: His hammock land \Who is living 'on tbe 'place j[of' P.A. of Buens Yiata oa whicb be haa* ._ .;,f
: appears to better : 'than isome
frnita advantage
which are just coming illt blar- a clearing six acrei-Wltb two acne'ot
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__j C : 7 Blackmail just north of Miamfr willmake "ff-f,
\ ) w.wnIakeaer&oton.balf MOKJtISOW) !
in and 4erai of the rest, as it isqiut .freeof rock
AU State
Pet1cs Courts
Win' : . F ing. He cultivates five acres of.glade of about pineapples.' Mr.Johnson Jua in *&
-t trop one acre of
:; :: acre of land This he will and liasa bbick, rich siirt1)'et i it off. eggplants : :
of raW treea
planttwo
year way cua alligator "
\ FLoRIDA. vav io
WEST :
and of .
? XEY one acre tomltciel0 '
,:,, ; tomatoes, and onehalfacre of eggplants acres oftomatoes 1 pear :
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'- } acres eggpJaptsand JOHN KLLl3. Hat : ,?mangoes, grapefruit, etc., ,all : -" ;
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,hammock land south" of tbe IK acres pejiiers.o.F.wmzx1.au. LOWB Iookinffniceandabowinearefnlatteation. ..' 1i r
: Grove. He also has seed ,beds: from In Ibisconned we mufe mention (Ii '
:& BROOME M / ; present livinou the place ofOeo. EswIlicultIvat.nowlntercrop.. '
SCOTT _. : i\ I John, Elli ai ill. He has here-' of 7i.-
one
t. # which he expects to eela considerable Olson, about one mile north'of: : "
quantity of. ,plants.;., ',e'w Has 120 acres la the"n J of se f and |v J the prettiest places i>i thfc sectio'it of Miami, which is a pretty place with a -1 ".*Hc.a.USILLS: 7.

: ( .ATTPRNEVS ,AT LAW S : L oOK. of se' %of Section 7 we. believe 'llw the country. :Uhf home, which i is good clearing and plenty tropical{ Cami't Dade codntr front X.jUrgU,. J'
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f ,1" \ NOTARY PUBUC-IN' OFFICERt : : neighbors, say be has three ho nd entirely new'"ainl 1 liaiinlsi.im1-: ';onstriirlion. -. fruits Kf all kinds. Mr.Lowe has'} I where.be farmed for twenty ;tjearsv', ,
: Who has a plaVe just west of Cocoanut his commands Une view.' It He has 40 ooe-halfmile' 'h
t. -Win practice In an Bute an J Federal Ctonirts. dogs one shotgun-and wrather eye- a cre-just west of the Olsen place on acres ; sooth of
-', T 'CoUectloBS promptly attend W to. : Grove is preparing land for the cultivation out lor'a"'flddle.." He has' 10 awl of U a little higher than th *surrounding which he is ..just ) i ..Lemon City.'with a.elearinr of aboot=! r-
making improve
"- / > OJTICB OVK' BAjra'or BAT BISCATH' :, of.IK-acres"of..tomatoes, one pine"land let to citrus, and tropi 'al I property a'lIr.l is at .the commencement ments but will not be able to! make-IS aerea on which we found four auea.ill ll10f.plneappleaan411

-t , rMIAMI..:- ;'I' ;'FLORIDA ; acre eggplant' *"and- .one-half- acre, of fruits, greater portion (''whicb are of the North and South Forks'-: The '{ "*' / 4 'r : : abundance of ," H'hi
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) rop. isJ.R.BICKga :
t.I': -' 7.- -. '. :' .. -'' beene5;; -[ ; just coming, .into 'bearing ',.Mr. .lawn i Is broad, gradually:'slojies ttt ,the. -?'">,' i tropical fruit trees Hal will not prex'i. '

; t .s-: ;MTLLR,1'OWLEE,,M P.,<; "4'" ; *:, . , allni L SHODMlias Wheeler! has 10 acres of .valuable gW I Ic river anu* ia i 4'u"t'rt'fl'ith' r3 !. A Has a |' pare any crop for";:tbe:;.market this teaon. ;

1- .. W II,. _ a neat'place ia&"tbe'Gr T running lands -in ,the sw i of Sec. 7. He will note. of iii!.crop'\":!made I last \vv ky lot clearing two miles oT three; acres < a five .'- , :- ._ r" \t '.t'
J 9MPTHZ. ., : down on to the prairie land;'that;part cultivate five acres .of tomatoes. '0|lIt ,- C-: w. narcJo: acre nortIwestofMlami' , 'c.s.wAixwiaQrr' 4L!
which be intends
: i : ot,which' be :intends-setting 'out to acre of:egg.plant;one'acre of neppeVs. on to cultivate' two Has :six acre*of-uew) land",at LeD J'j '
Has a1
; r CHRONIC. DJsEAEs; tiTtr banan "u' :fast ut possible.--This and three acres of beans He mil al|0 .*.-*,which) "is jn.at being c> ar"ocJ Iii'| plants. '' ; egg. City which [he Is clearing'and uaaa1.. .

< >* ;omca jit Foar:luicis, year :Mr. Rhodes will cultivate about experIment' : with one-fourth acre .|If lie will cultivate tbr e acres'of tomatoes -: .sOlIN PUU8KI' forming into a hom ., He will pat In : jon -
,j 'A V three acres of tomatoes and three acres celery. It doesn't look as though e ,- -ha1f acre >of tomatoes-'one-half 4r
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:MUMI : TLORIDA. ou the glade in tbe rear.
-1 ,< ; allowed his his bid"fiddl '. Has clearing of 10 acres on homestead ,
., : ': of, eggplants an ;peppera.1 dog gun or biaj acreofeggplantsudon4.hsUacrsof, 4
S- with I 'S R. Vfi BRtl) *, 2| miles northwest of Miami 4
interfere on
./K:8BQ'Or; to business. peppers. . i.' \ % '
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I* l located west of Mr.,Porn... His which be will cultivate. ont acre of .'
:i: .,J, M.'JAOKBON 'j0. Who is//fast clearing up.bls place-Jost [, HiVKRBT jus tomatoes. \ ;'r_ .: O.I.travzal5 'i- ."
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i \ f-- *"- -" intends to caltivate place jmu-tjcally South Who' live at Lemon will in,
.. -. "eafortbe Grove Has a homestead of 160 acres in'n r < City, pot '
: ; '. , Fork. He l\as 10. airrtf. In the early LEQK POBSKLL, fAt \ *
l' ( : ? lI'lCE -, ." about four acres d mizedyegetables. See 5. TIle has four acres cleared hi a crop",of about tare acres of,celery "I.ifi
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| tinier .of hidl(0 have Buena Vista !
'v. :. ) J_ " \ ,no history a has a' pretty/little and cauliflower about one mile Lit-. 1 r. ;
.r : W.D11.VIT a :good .two-story: frame house su "p )rtHHi of Mr.( r.ridge's.plact has been home surrounded and other ap :',
: r BIscArNz BL cKA D -S > by guaviis tie RiTer. '
( rounded 1 handsome Howlers : ;- f :/
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\ , Will cultivate ,acreavof.tomatoes : tropical ,cleare aml! pet t", He is cultivating: .eQpof 1.
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} > t xtAti FLOfl1DL and peppers on Elliott'-Kf'r.. where be. ,' plants ,and sbrub ery.. lie: !baa TheIrac.i went back"Kv',a. sUteof t t.hre,. a rea 'of .tomatoOsone :acre of ,".W?"MAT111 '. ::.f ,1
t, ,< \ ,nice lot of"citrus fruits with tropic Who U.tbe. vilUr*' bUckamitb at .. .' (.
also has nine acres of pineapples.. }r. nature.; YeC we.fiud lit ihe, liaiViiiuMk.whic.h eggp but5 \orie acre of.peppers. 4
'Alburl'wlll..llO.etiJtlyate.ll.eres: of rnita'. in 'bearing. Mr. Perry lives jibe he K mnv .ileArit f >-1'away'a'large ' '. HOOKS' ' '" Lemon City,will caltivate:tare*urea; 5. ,2 .
& Grove_and rents,his, pine,and glad 'ituiiiber / : .ffcl ; TVh of.tomatoe-;'bis.home! and.-eifb*; _".
of .lime
of "
& HUDDLESTON, :P; : tomatoes: and one half ,acre. beans. at Very .-" treesa. | i
R./. : \ li fat'"BoenaiVJ8ta < 40 .
" ves of tomatoes Little BiTer
.-" : (I Cocoanut'Grove > laud.\There will cultivated on hipl.c well, as- sweet,"ranges.: .M'r'A Bridge's own acres on land> ,'
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' 'fi ac'res acres;of Ala padah',prairie:,land and )Mattalr has a'' home b. '
this year three of tomatoes place i is the.' iho t western of all thuao pretty on : S .
1 GRApyATB-RUSH: MEDCAL. "C Li !..4lcDc.-DiAlf kr : and an acre each of, eggplant aud 'pep yet: ptacAi'iW''cultivntMm' Jn-th t ct. in-eompnnywithIila; brother; ')V.A Bay,front Juat. north_of the.villafe., .. .,
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t .." ,- I.. ,: .LEGy,;CjilCAGO.0 :f Une'Dl: aciI ,11mlles'.lIoatb| of pers., T I I' lie will, build a borne iexJear..1I. < irook
Office eoroer AT"DDt C and' I2th ttreeLOmca Cocoanut Grqve-onwhlch: theyhave S "TBAKCCS: 6BENCHAIN, has CO,grapefeuiLazuiI'4u: ) tardiff orauige test-wplicres. Of.eggplants'awntacreofbeans.p Also live* at Lemon:City.where he has', ,,ij-"?' ,

;_ y' 0: Hoc -*a .m.to IS,m. and S to 6,p. mT. growing- all kinds: of cultivate tropical,tomatoes trees and tn[ ,the nwi> Of .Section 19, ha>igh tree'.out.Mr' Bridge; T!;"t nickinthis ' .. a pretty,home and also ran*a uw1.Be ./,,r" ''.

--1 .1, L1X', ,- }'OB..IJ.4.; Tuits. They will considerable acres'cleared il% miles west.ofjth yismwitbhjs brothier'1p.1awJtdiuuEllilImfllfiltiOu&OrW ) JAe.noo[. : ; 4-_ bas 40 acres of Little River lndr '.
in
d nod .'eggplants but tbe exact a amount.we did quan-.not Grove. The. family'Bas:a moat ".Ju1| hikbCo-partuiertliu,. p Vfl II>nUiyate AI Iapattarairie i land where be'.will make a crop.of 1O acre. .: 'c'
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.. 8KAOGB. M. D.' somely-surrounded"-: home, embower- wa initdotastvek.: to,the*extent ot of.toma- and where his ""
(, learn.-- / V "**:" .- "seven. acres. : tomatoes, son: Pas .tt;
: with handsome-'tropical plants, flowers! 'a, ing'",1 the' river.two. 5'!i't: tot.s'J. 'r ', -Si'-- will;'also pat, in,a crop of .*ix acrea of ,
.A.caIcnARD5 -r ,, z.7
IL ,;P X5ICIKN .,SURGEON.Ptore .' : .i '. and shrubbery.' bows, tha' result' o( comcj.tti"the 0 riclvhamiuoefcland' ' ''at-what' ,, -iR-.u.CkL--T: l" tomatoes._. -- 'i' "" T*: ''
I Has a tract of 68 acres two miles south the''care/of a. tastefulwi. and threedaughters. In making Xtifce'r home'ofbi5placeat I uw..zora < ,

: .. v-.'.: Office Miami> r ;: >.*t.*,<.,. of Cocoanut 'OrOveJ. with-about ,eight .' :He' has five acres' planted is'noil.' % as tbe' ', Kapidf ,of .the Uf'.na'Visbn which,we',found man- ves'at Lemon City,bat ownali6r *'> .<'
: 4> 7rmlp.m.to8o'c1ocka.m.: acres-cleared and 'a tract of 97'' acres to citrus trees;besides a" few 'tropical Miami-'about':' fdurf mil ,. 1rtiDl the .-
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and '
: .tnddfnce. OocoanutOrore 'gi5ef, alligator pears< guavas .some oflan4two'miles weat[on which <.* '_
two and three-quarter miles sooth with fruit. .trees: .He ':will 'cultivate.tw o 111I- .. > '
-t ---kmA. FLORIDA.-: S 'niceybungbrangetreesgrowingi .H e bas a":clearing of 2} acre*.' He will .x -5
\ - -- -- five acres cleared. He bas a considerable ; acres of tomatoes ald'on acre.4 egg .ctmJlt.i.u4T Is patting In'one acre'of,eggplants and cultivate:for'the market_one acre of: ''t'f.1 ..
: ;numberof; mango and alligator I plant..lr.Obenchain has three accomplished Ih tlie'large pla;ergestjnipreveuieht. tuere'anIihe peppers at his home and.three'acres',oftooiatoef tomatoes :oae"acre'of'el'gplaDa.ID4 T)

} GILIIEENI4OE: D.,D, ;. pear trees growing and intends' settingout daughters" teacbing-clooI, He I sw, ,acres tAlapattab"-prairie.-' one-half acre 0f,peppers:_ r, ,=. % &
more of this variety of trees. .)r. Hlhnnett being'engagedin. the.' of tbU rltlt.'I:1JI&IU; wbiclrwe 'n ruleriltivatHtn' .', 'e", .__ '. .. wi'ViLi H3-
: Richard V c rop will consist of,toma- Miami schools.I '' ,;:'\ ':, IIp.t4'.it .Mimus.truictin ; "

'CjtQW & BR1VGE) Q I{ totI/ein$and peppers,but-we'did not. : -5- ':ARTHUR--5- F.'tANO.: new hituuiuwbi&1, will' aIIiIIUIWI$':t4iblt'pliu 1t': TL.E. ,. 'B'R"O' .S' : ; 1I% :

." ,omee-BoaraJa&.lLtoIPm' : iMade a Bpecialb.. 'Office.? 'In''. Belcbtr ': learn- 'the-amount... ; 5 ""' ,-:'We>passed 'the" 'handsomehonie '6tArtbur citru: 'Capt.icMajr1 frnits aDU. luas'siiijeJargu.ly'nIb 1Ja : t.;._ : \
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H4ILAN5RiPP F,Lang.last week -There was inbuaring aomksrorgnpefruit :
*Brick Block,corn r AV.D and isth fit. S ; : t .
Cocoa home: at: time and by and )Iein6p-tree3.' "- 1. / ,BEADQUABTEB8 B . : .lh. .,.
; :MfAUlII;t. FLORIDA, Has 120 acres two miles south of no.one at: : jthe '
\ t-- : : 'with five ovenIghtwenegleeted :to- intertiewMr le was unfortunate t lie shipment bf '
nut 'Grove
as clearingof : Blank : ; .,:
'.:' acres, otr-which may be found growing ...Lang'in .tlm .,"A' '}(r.DuVal of lie young treVsdowp tiyjaehotinvrfrcJin'arksonylHe ; Stationary and Books. ,
: E.CHATEB :: '
'D J.. ,. .. 'f.ilL. considerable numberof healthytrees. Sanford experienced gardene'rr :,before the'.rail wjiyrcame, .i ( > j; 1 : : .,;

; ; : f) 'J.JE1' lIS'L. ' , .-( Mr.Trapp of vegetables.: intends.-:(imaking: :a.wlnter, 1 will.r.,colUnte' There ,will"' Mr 7culiifated.four ling's','place this ater roogh'-which:They.Wer'ruitied,.niany.of soaked.tliein with:salt A n| */ ::3; K", .:Specialty"rnade; of; eyeij! *v< : -'. r5,5-
crop
1 : A 'c.ruPP.t acres of""glade,'and';four acres of;"pine oaiderb1. : nuitnberredoing' ''jII.; -rV ,? finest LinesofStationery.; .. '1 t" -
Office la Kanlcma Pbcknflbiccori.&f.1 ; laud 'Six acres will be''planteil' t.tomatoesand ', lll.rta ltvat ',U a ff r t9Jkt ji 4 v f * *- li !
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-' Ha 80 acres two miles southwest of tbe aerbf'eggplantqnCredof-P ll'pi'-rj :SHlS'FWil.;,;
illTAMI : two' egrgplnnt.: .They The-Fioesl COLD: DRINK ESTABLlSHMEKTil.
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" : ( Which ,are _set: out to'alligatorpearsguavat ; : "
and millet .for .. jt ijvilas ' .
corn foragepur- jlL.-ji'CBOBT .
, : 1 Toilet and '
1rugMedicinesChemica1sj
,limes etc. : t
oranges, lemoDl.- I *
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are
rBEDEBICK T- ; 5S : pose : orange1'trees iu\arrcsjiext.>b'elow..ibafofjlaysi ; : : :
Hewul
putlu nowintcrcrop.
JINS. looking:exceedingly: fine.:.while l his : ;,He ha no buiid1misthe' yett;'N s'ri J':4- >Iv sT' *n,*Cl**noV/ (Goods Cigars' and .XUUimyVoRrepjaratlohf ' ' ;
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Co! .ICE
Tahiti limes promise fine trees 8* -Mr.; ; .
,? INE entire: ;
'CIYil:, ,EN t Has 120 acres'in the ionthwi'iquirterofsecUoo Lang bas.beenv on-,bis place 2| years.j ttoCrbryf will iGacrisareeEtared.-My.cultiyat : ibreejc.re* of .: ;: .wholesale .,i' 'r 4 '> U."r:. i ;:

P QR 20 town 4-41i Be ha alsoa Eterytree shows, ,remarkable growth ''
.ANpqR ; pmatoes/and: ( f {, t : :
' ; I Kplantr'-- rCarefuI of :ftresciPtions. ,
fine piece i of Bay.front 'propert1'atbeGrove. ; and demonstration' of what care \ r : ; ; "r :
'fnr" State tLarjparUeular I b/lRICHABPSbx'8 tr & *f -. .
PabUiJ \
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Jfottry ;_ -wf 7 -
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He has four cleared and cultivation, wild Jandinthis ] acres proper
1 clren .TrtcfOffice : '' : '
AttenUoB to Bub-Diridlnf Large ;
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on sntn Street Btwtb Side near:ATB t>. on .his homestead:which;Js setout to section for Q years wtll.do. ': 'jne j ) "oridtacres has"'benmutiontdJntb ,. : ,.; :

; '-. 'XIAHI.FLORIDA': -', pineapples ,and 'tropical and citrus' The following truckers" 'and' 'ir"Qit sucoIunii i a' number'of ; tH MAX :AUSCHWiTZ '. l-ltt | ..
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times :
thereforve'cami'ielt: }
fruits. S We did not; find(Mr. Rice at ; ; ,iiothin'gewV .F\ .
' growers along the;Miami Rivet/have .Mr .Rt. hardi,i "'wif lvculUvaleve lL ,- 11PRACTICAIATCllMAKER1&
: : but understand that be will *
home
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: liO potin
JOD ; about two acres of tomatoes- this weekr- been/' Ist d,by*theCMcTBorpus . acres,of-:toJnaatoesVnd-bahfare" ' tt \ : :JEWH Jnt.iVI7h.f t

_f$ S : TAIL : The following lae t place::were :, On the 'ca thbra -"oi the river' ofeggplant.:,. '_. ,*. -'""',Si
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the,first. place of any)imp'ortance{jii :" 'l i iotlOacres'jiis t'O.RICU1RftSOM'_ 'f 1. .:1: -4. '
cmi.,' missed by:our;guide during the course "' Pla ontlf.of hfa,fathr ;
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that of i : :
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.rail, 'Stock*f BanplM el eU LaUat WMTM.' tour trip through this section,which ; ,ou.'oI..wd; x' > Was also, nie'ntioiieU atletigtGifeweeks" _; _: c_ -5-, __ :
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5' S Ebo.In B .lcner' "Brick' :BulrfllnjFLORIDA... . was:;not kflown'to:a* u'ntt'onr" attention \ : tiiee..- M rs RI l>ards6uarriyiHj.few -_ -mHOTEL. -.:
-XIA* -: of Boston,'who has 185 acres* 'which"Iri days: since from Chicajeo'Ttd i wkei '<.A"! "
., ; was called:.10 .tbi,omission I :>yE > ( ,. 9S1'K' .i a .
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, 1 is, fast, 'improving.-", 'k000siderableportlonof h i rlioniep.jMiv Illcliardwu.wiU cull :" ,
: '.; 'H. WCHKONDREXLESTATE.t- ; ,' ." ' Obas; , :iDavis,: to 'whom, ,we care this is prairie'and hamiiun-ki' : atefoUr,acresof .tomatoes,ami)},acres .d'' ', :7 MIAMI BLOCK.iR8- :

S ." ,"' 'i fndebted for,tbeJ'nfoimatloncorerlogthe1mprovemnta The placela under the supervision.-of of. -eggpianL! ", ..-,',.4, '' > : : '"k '
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:.t . ; .with the homes; ,ofj..) McAllister employed upon tbe',:improvements' i :.or .Have. 10 acre* just beIow\thatx. -QUJl .,,.7i

I DRAUWTSMAN J bit EJlis{ :Fletcher<: Albury I ,' AlfredKempB.FHoffmanJohn was The at pay roll time Saturday last 34 men KTT.-harusbn_ good 'portion of-\vbiclfiiJ i ) 5- :.:ROLLS. BUNS.,,CAKES:PlEa; -"EVERYTHINO'FIfIST CLASS.LWSif .: :;Zf:'' ..
PURVEYOR'AND amounts to about
pay $i,7OO a dos red. 'Tbt r"\-Ii'a mee ld..nceon '-'. " .c'lStr.h.r.f '5-"1 ., _
,. . ; , = .Ie. SiJ.DELIYERT .Ot1StOr.
''. S I Douglass, month The improvements consist of this place with'manj Jirereiit( kliida'of ,. .l.:0_

:fl "- COTLEBDADE. :.00.::FLORIDA" ;: G;, F..Wheel r;JO; H,. Perryj, Frances 'a large tract of. land.which: haa Wen fruiU jTfiey wihl5cuiltivatethreseriti! : [, :.', <, : . '
: : : .;. ::'t AND SHIPMENTS
; --2-2q -, > : ": cleared and drained, where n iSarl. of tomatoes' ., 1 ifS.-
: Oben ba1n and
-- .. 1, :: '-'awe'iiff peppersbHyear. '-S .1 . PROMPTLY ATTENDED! ,TG& ,>Vi .
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: : The dairy.Which is to -oe: operated in 1 '- .
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MARCE .L'ALL5TIZ' _
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.; ( Homestead 'Is admirably ituatedi being connection with Gen.l.awince'IiI'" farm ;'_ Acroriathenyer ndjust.be1oW", the : ; ', : M '
ma ft.
S Is of the affairs in
one most "Complete: forkswe.1jnd / 't :I'-r-'E": D' AfVrl
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; ORGAI,:OU1TA AXD Misvous part glade land.'t He:has five acres the South of 'ltsI kiiW,' 'W&doubtf! : ; __ : EVERY: : ; ; \ I
of pine under improvement'which area there is tln !I :. .
innSoutherntate. : '
a dairy : "
awa eiack .AVitb'6 !acreVofliewtfand which1 will f 'Pare Distilled Art aianWaUrtt i: .., :, : ." .
'1Ieekieot et: out tO'Citroa; ;and tropical fruits, $ .. The main 'part\ ,34x5i\\ feeXtwostories : : cAdJrem '.J ,
k.J- oa Hia afreet..eastf be;cnltJvat d foe" firatT.timeftliiayeari. ; mail I order to LAKE
which in :
; fine the *
'are condition. :Hia IS ;7, : OBT1lIOEOOXP.ABY.r"
Arena*CV or addresm _--'i:: : high. It is Bwllt.',of rock : ,
"'fI' FLORIDA, .. acres.of glade land is land of the best and baa cement floors;, 'ThAe' :noW . He will.hate! 4J,:laeres ).r ton ? S .,_ ,Miami.Fla.,or call in' penoo at warahonae,oo AreorM D",1 ,t.
S:1su- ; ,." : in :this:'section., There willbecultI: are ,liu1dpIeacruachofieggplintl1pd ,&ir4mLsee'j; -- "- --' -.- '. 1 '. f *: U-. .
"" in the dairy 28 t Jersey:coW14 of '
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C't '1R&,A.- .CUBBY;; ; vated eight:,Of abouMS"'w ich.JIr':acre*' ,McAllister ofthe, glades:' baa, space which Is are arranged giving so milk.Tl9f that all secVetionf! table.' peppers" ;*S, ,! ,..sstrm. ,; I i -'- : ' .,'.THE. :NEW ,ELATIN':'STYLEEnliEirging :-: 1k ,

'- ."t : :MUsIcIAN 1 leased.; .Ten acrea will: be in tomatoes are carried on from tb stable and(0.-, sHa 10 acres 'In;ibis tract wJiirh.li!${batCulitilatOd : .' : - 4.

:. -". .fih Tzw" 'PIB' 01UJ.ur.,VI .bD with pne acre,each" i""of" peppers' _and-eggpisnta. I ducted a'.fertilizer:vat :I8r24>feet; for tlie1ynre. 5lqisra. p---H O'"j"r.r.o'.s' ". *. Tiiityps.," .i'>....J

..:; ,;',.f :' : w..waOafmmt;' "I _...\ ,. ,> ,, -, .sL .-- -.rOIlJ - built:of:;.wsment; inlo' .bleb.'''f. the he will.ultiyafce! six,acres'otft ma toes. : Kodak; pictures finished '821a '1l"v pgl
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.: : i aMe'\'Plbi 'a .. '; ?1ILt.H1: droppings;of,', the)stock-: 'wtb' :eo'ltedbedding Obiabom- lot 'in .llan1i..b* 'wjllplant :' _.-fe .' ---Sl3
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Homestead,u.ti t'others U thrown,,where it is allowed ; ,two acrespfjpggplarit o/! : ': 'work finthed '"up to date' t'

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A passed- by U' *:teettoi.-alr.RiI: ; so4eoo.os.The "*.drawn 6ff -"I' "l- > TITESHa I r-' ,
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r toughest. lrdm a jiffy, when .s ?r enc': ;
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WILL.. ,steel that belongs' to the set you cad buy here from: > :.I(<:.

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ISAY1 ., ; , f A A PRESBYTERIAN'CHURCHI M PERlllNERANT TIU THE 'NASSAU.WORXNOW.i : -1: i "'

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I ISe to "A4f.-uee4eo.aa." c Seoa. diary ,
Work Now To Be Pushed Energetically I The Cloud to?the Title of This Tract |Norember IS. -" '\ #:: $

to get '" of Land at Last Removed.The 'The commencementofthework upon'i

Where did ywi morn- .. '' the..newt hotel 4 ,of."the East' .Coast' Sjf F'

tk r; VjPW < 'goUt Siewells'', the apace ltt Until the BuUdinc. WhichWW lie Of' Wood. u'Completed. Development of the TraeVwiU Row Be tern,th'e Coloniaf at Kawaa,1will:not '

? '4 &o' You ''can' be tater ( : Advanced Eapidly. be' delayed '
| > > \ a 4."or- long ,now MrMcDonald: : t '
Cl?* JIat'you; want Cutler, The work of construction; upon tbe wiit start tbef ocoa_froni'.JackaobviUe *t

5''? 4# = use gWine around' I 11 some your foundation walls of the :new Presbyterian It will be remembered by many: In urNassagoti. i Jier first trip.with matelrial ':

"'*?*Ltjjjust any kind of to serve church has been: started this this, section that very soon after the and a partial:force.of.,workmen ont <

J"*> has got a carload week in,so far as the:'trenches for the eystematfc.attempt--to; settle the Per the lath: instt "if befrepaits: are com4;;" --.:." ,
'* rine Grant,was made! about two p dried by, that times The Cocoa,;will' .
years
:.
foundation ;
;: |H from 1 See? walls are concerned.. :
: \ that return. and bake Miami forher'flrsi :
Henry A.Howe associates : ?
ago at ,
Since tbe. work of getting out the '4ir.
trip from here about December Jsfci
Lemon :
N5lJohn en- rock for tbe building baa been commenced forming the American' : "Contract: and By the bt of{(January work will 'havef*., ..; .,_
)impracticalt Finance Company of New'\York.\ com been well inaugurated. One ; ,
.
it has been found menced'action o( two 'T
: ..the"building against the Perrine' schoonerswilljbe: employed In oa ing'1..:;
been .tbis"time to construct
heirs the
and railroad companies owning material in 'Addition
to .tile Cocoa',< .
in-. of rock, as was purposed,, largely the tract together with all the set-: Very few Dll'Cbanicswill beiaken from 15'
; & crate because that there baa been devised no I tiers;in order to-determine! ,the right Miami. XMrlvilcDonald: stated,:to tbef. ) .
tr ;- \ machine which has been proven,a\.uc- i of Howe and his associates In the tract MrriutPOLia that' .be'-'hopedto;>have' "'' _;. A,
,get cess in the excavation of the rock For: arising out of some alleged agreement work'enough'here-to employ 1 them.all ..Ji-; .K.
this reason tbe building'.will, be' of with the Perrine'' heirs da ing several for some time to comevf ; -. ..J"i. '
: pack wood/ The'plans for,the rock building [years back '. ,-f;* : \ Work of renovating:the:*Roya"l tvi.c... i"-"
?/ have been on band for several months, I. 'The cafee was argued In the tTnitedStates toria and:'CarthaJena.aoDex atiKas:; esoubothTofwbiebare''nowunder'the .

on'.the but op to Wednesday tbe plans for tbe CI cult Court a'year ago, whena i : : '''';':!...
XlEn'tor wooden structure bad not arrived. decision!was rendered' against Htfwe East Coast System, will be commenced '
.
J:>> their ..The building will,"be of elabOratecon8truction and his associates, who appealed to'the in:.a* few: days,'' =.Tbtl-.m: .. ..
there will be Supreme court' oft he-" 'United States emlbeunderthemanegementoflEf
JFe. the throughput; ** '
F- C'v parties nothing cheap about it;' in fact it maybe In this court of last/resort a few days who, 'last winterso| spccessfully maw, '. : ;
g handsome and more,pleasiDgto since the dismissed : c" ; ;
road more appeal was | ; aged tbe'Biscayjie.-f \ ... : .
will .tbe eye than would have been stock This' now places the,matter,:in such There: will, beho'necry rush in ""'?
of road. trncture. In point of ,time: engaged .Isbape that ,the settlers will! get wars; "f.he"'work-at,.Nassau; ...1Ir-KcDonaJd' 4x
in construction'' there will,.be,, much rantjr detids for tbeir.) JroPrrtl. -The baJnKCnnUI aJ""Jrom.JaDuU'1b'! '
: north saved. The building trill be completedand i Florida:,East Coast'Railway '- \ I ; and ready for the use'of tbe rest'Jl. go,ahead'and.develop UnV-'neb .section .. .. ' -, .,-.:. ;Q.fi4

i R, S. terian church society several months of".territol'J.probabJJ.-upon a ,broad "'. ;: 'f ,.. """" "' ;r
N- : : ; They.', sooner than ,were I it to be constructed, plan' which -bas.;been for: 'dome tine :': : ;'AU W&mpO;: g'l:Stlilrlefi: t .s' '., h'
r- les. of rock. .. contemplated;andyWhlcb ;would'< have rgecoagreRatlud'gathere dat to*
their I In,'size' it ,will be ,tbe same aa was been in operation our,a Tear."ago bad Presbyterian;pavilion!;last.SaDtfafc. n' '

*-4'P and designed for the rock': structure, be title to.*the property ;:4o&{ .been evening, and listened to the ge>epef song, .;:--:. ,
*.* -' Wr'V j ; 'to set. ground plan for which was publishedn brought into question.';The]j plan proposed sertice under the direction r.ol, ,DrT7'<& -d
Hg* ..- k r.v-. *-v.- k'LL ; these{columns .only Vvf.ew.' weeks to operate on wilibrlpgalargE: }:Uloe..:An'd'alf.who attended were well ,:.t r s-t;'
(
'. : oee. t colony of people to Dade county at an pleased; with Ihei program'rendered.. 'S .. .
; w - -e x west of early date.'f: On tSbndaJ\e.enioK.\ attbe same .:ff: rilace p
-
The -contemplated extension'off' the p atmthe r'son ji sere ce;to which all \'
: '
''' ,fie.
lRUNK .;.
: patron-: TIILJ1tII'Rffl f electric railroad.to Cutler Is(probably S1!eordJaltlIJJitedi' 'oeiheld' at. : 1; "
: : brought about because of they*P .1'ostrd 73On'clocksherpian' .,.theifollowitig:4-'r: ....
rIt : '500; '!\ development of the tract. H';\ "\ :wilbe'... ('a', r:;_. --0: ;,a-, ..rs . i r..tf

4 and is ,OneVf the 'Day Dreamsof tthe Metropolis Bobbins A Graham, had the case fn I ;o F I( .t. . .1. , :
}--2 .d As to ,who ; prairie '. the Interest of the railroad'companies i, : 1\gnng.t. --!: .\.Cb fr.aad.. C acrepUo.r i-'
I' S Pra er' _,0---, }
and 10 : : : '
es. come ,for a.nicefat feei ; t-c ,
best : ;
: elegant and ,
t--
? ; : at Bis, ABOUT BX 1I.1I.Innn! Df 'I'D'COW8TBUCTION .I".' Quartet..T1fo Lattr. ;;";" .- ...ChoI{,, ''
id'town IS TO .smPUre aeading. y ,

$V?%4: ? Ing the'palm being atoes.', ', BAILWAT'To OT AH XLXCTEIO NV\ FOR ELE R( '.S{ ,,8on Iagtraete r---'. '.:r 'laTo.: raa4Ooagylptlop'., .,>,. .. ,'# ." ..,
e
Y 'j : We have,an 'for lrY; '. ..\-t... .,.ntalQuintet-Uetnea-.a.-.e......',2 kJilD"1'1uCesU4I. eec.r.:\, ,
,
& Orore and Cutler Soott aid to. i- '7 kmJart ',
tr fabrics/aed donated : ti : : -- '
of 7
; 8 ..... _,_.., ;
y .' Song: $ lad Cop rregatyo.
lIor *
the -
:l:?_ .be cat,*fitted of..de Snake,Creese on. a The.Erection of Our Electnc: ?Light a': FJtUe Solo.-, .. ......OA..; PR.tf-l asos "
x Episco. Plant to be Commenced 8onrt :_.. .,..,Aif.rhese .< raddCongregauoo:-. _,
c. : style i:to i suit Since the return of Mr. McDonald ,. ,. ....,'
,.N 'liT.br song serf Ices are given. by tba .
,r= tidtooa. :*, of froutNewYlork!. where be has'been" in Wttta t DelaT .With the, '?rotaahmty. of hoirJnthe ahsedce'of': thepastdr,'Rev..r.;
-x f rteed'V 'r' :: consultation with' Mr. ;Flagler for J4 tta ..10 Da,.. vvW.:Faris;who k expected tareturp; -
from the METROPOLIS'learns '---.;.."" in time to occupy tbePre byterisnpul-- '
several weeks : :
y- k ; ; The work ,of construction!\ on' the pit sin "vv
the
their ideas Sunday! ; ptb i instw *r4 r.
that of its long-ago. that an. - -1 .
one -. ::
?: vl4- *
electric. bt piautfor-.Miami ,will be ..h a. > .-g A ,! '
electric,' Ad.wouJd be built 'to Cutler r"t.; .... 1:;
: ;
prairie '' commenced within_a few days ; ..
very Fo
about with fulfillment. Nut Rent< ..- '
is totoeet J. A. McDonald has instructions< '''from The'River ViewtHotel, :itetert -f"--.- .... f 1-;
.j : only this, but' an electriclipe will be Mr..Flagler to' ahead and' i mina";.atalion; oppo ..
go push.;:the ; containing ::HIarge '"
operated .aa far north as.Snake,Creek, work:to rooms, besides kitchen;:" .F .infonna"f.l* .r 3.- ",:
.
completion just B06n
as. a*pos. ,,11
a distance of 16 miles' -\ ... sible.,, has tion! ,call on or addr 'i: r {
.The detail.of the work
EdII [not :;
nice .
a 1Ir:1K bona .- states atiat:: : be does. J Co Pit2ua'r' -.: "'"
x ;
?yiv j'r not :knows. which 'extension will,']be been decided ijpoo fully but'thi! is .of; : 1.23-ttfs, w. O'tB f, Lemon! City..y r 3r e
: 1 i to the ? atrivialnatore. The ;plantbe(: .' ." . . . ,
mad first, but we judge from'bis:lair ; hoar ;
: that the, northern)line l will".!be very arge..Jost firge.tind/not, 'Pine'and? l f" '
visitet 'guage in before theCocoanu & been' 'settled upon,,yesterdayJParrot ': :: .. ..... ... ,lade' .{: .,,.. i .'d
around operation
placed -
< .- Drove line IS. 'This is because :. was expected down t'an time Land, 'for.Sale. ;- ..."r,. x' '
and;Cutler when welastsaw J 'MrJIcDonaidVbeirtbewfcole .. ".-. '-i',, (*!! --i- '."" -,.
guest or ,'it can .be' Lery, quicklyuputl'Bshape ; --Eighty ac wot'land'aie of whisk ti aeregr.
a'J and detail of .the work',,will' be ; Aaeaide-laodeOneaeretat: r.I I a4
T
; } -
i ' from thefact:: that there iib' .... '':. ;
U t. speedily settled. bUiJdingwUj: Ibe ,ereoltiva1Lwind; 8S.ane&'Of pineaactes} + .
, Wp e t n tl,tha bridge to build and the track is already s 3
"--' + .aa Fate : ;:.and laid..in the line of"the:,F.'E:,C. Ry, located on the old, depot grounds' ) :911north"sideof under eulttatiaon wo:robot los'booae::u '-
: O
,Mr.: and ,ln.: '"
of Grain, Hat: 12th St. Thus"onlytbe'placing! : ;of the,:trolly 1 irwwt x
We''ar .the. ; ; ? .o( Coeoannt ,two '' Ty
crosaingIt'will be: built larg*:and Grove mites Dom ,,
'be
stringing oCwire.: will "" .
+ -lino encaaad of rood solicit ; over posts/.and to place the line In operation: roomy and.will ''be".suited' tu 'a,+much school,(>;;EoalnrAbhoboat.ltioheniy. j +

,11l.fsmV % Questioned necessary as'to the frequency: of cars .larger;plant than! will be?;placed id Mat t jdird.;tnilt.treeJn bearing. Well: a lfarming -*, ,#
: parties' ? ., present. (:.. >s:*'-"* , linpkn ata|;.Terms'ii.aO cash 'y
overthe line!; Mr.McDonald,suggested
last; The work of wiringthetcity': ;w'ltb) .ttr atI,. >:?with-.Vrt n H,:fkalknj. .t.Mrh, : t
each
hour ;;: : } l
a car once an way ;; :- : - '
.
yeah ,
electric wU tntresi.J'4A4dreM: '
light follow .
-
;have, south wires twill' the .
a the line to Cocoanut .
"To y
: construct '' ;
other work. There is necessity for the: :: ,, ,:, .; f ; s.-
; can and Cutlertwonldrequirethe tt
: :Grove :
'r- ; : .ti '
: :. '.Ii '_ grading of,the roadbed, the.laying completion of the plant)' before<;.tbe x ,.,/Coeoattr, .GaoyS."FLL: ?-"
i hotel season opens in about sixty days ; kmLis-b.. ; t A- i. T
:
,. I : : : s'/Bet of'the >tr ck'.' and tbe building. ;,a. ; "- J.0
it is
: .., J''. :.t-.;I bridge across the Miami,river. "_.:!.:l aa necessary han the power to ", .. -.. ;_ ,_._. -_'. .'C.:f .1\
: recbargebthe'storage' batteries ,,uPon T .r 0
i ) :: 'uriog ,' Questioned as to.wbetbel': .thts enter the limited vestibule train wbiebjwm .: C'cfJ'C"ON' E..; '" ,:, #d. } I
would be carried oat this winter, | : ,, .
'."car-: prize be heated,and lighted with electricity J o.s.......... .tom1.4. ...
rt:
H* -" :: : ; ) : :, Mr.McDonald .stated that a part of i itwouldbot this winter. ; *' ,,.'
;
4SS3- all of It. Tbe scheme no i
? Lib \ ; 'setting "heWbne the part of Mr.Fla'gler. Invest,,The common council has: agreed',ts, ;Blacksmitli iidMel ; ;: .
: extent
; lights to the o1.100a .
a
It has?been, under.:consideration for ;
KSf'rr !' : : onT .;yearJorthe, presentwith' which :..... f '\
: the some ,time /The details. are noS'an: i *) : t:,
,, :; : and arranged yet:..' -MITBOPOLIS: know to .lights; the 'streets.jbfi the ;icity, / ", / lglj '
{, : fall well from experiencethat! when i iis It The" rates to)private. eon >>-n ri."Jn: . J. ,
: :' ''Mr :,given'"anything-by;'Mr; McDonald. places of business and'residences; :,wilt| / } '. J ; VV, /':-., ., ".
: ; be 'fixed at such-V'price: "that' ill'. can BBri Ri ; x \
for publication; tbe: matter is pretty fwit re; :iiwC
Indulge in:electric lhrbt:: : :
< 4 .. ,
Lr! 41 : : \ ; nex well); settled", Mr." McDonald. knowwhat.heis .. <' ;r- ;;I v,
r 4.\ :: i. : .< *..<:t *. . ;. "talking{about'when" he JII J Jgivingnews IThe MrrBorous'wiilnext' /week';be >'1''j.: ...' ."'t" .. ...,- '" .1\\
in
a position to {onion into the detail 'Air-work",neatl/i promptly and snb- .
to the : waste _
1 ; Coast press \Itia \
; '
-t ; of the work.?We
: can simply.'.give this
stantfill
done satisfaction
acres,be time attempt tcfget hinvtO :eommi j;: ,and given.
; : : week a sort of outline.- "" "r
general
"
; -
-1 '
s in ; IF
t : / himself until athingis; rlpe.Tbe: ti > -' - .J"f t'--. _3. .'. 501'J-ILI.' ; 'f ,
a'i'i- : :; Clerk.o i' fore'while he has not gone_into,deta: ., ..,-: . r : 1 1 A"I -- YTA
i.; ; ; ,come in regard'to this;;electric; line yet he T8E :r- - -' ;:J # ,1'-, ; .. -'lot ;" r'r

z % d jU has r given out enough:" eatisfrtbe" .. WORK, T TilE:TER1INALr . J! '"i: .A-' Ji'
I most exacting;; : ' : jj.: #; -J r f; .:._ .

,. : ? : ; l.: neigh-'. -- ...As.a means oCftratel.to'Uiamf'botbtrom A.':Tine' :pence, Snrronnda it. Now "I i unit ;;. .:u< !$
-
the north and.south,this line will t
.idridsaaostteaofc;
: o A '" : \ J..p.
: prove a'.very great accomm datiODJtwill ; "While k g, "
give,the farmers.south a chance'to ,: :
: lrri' l.100 loot,Drift is Being Graded and a Gras. i pi {i
YJ a Jff'T1.1 ; ) : ;; get their crops freighted to Miami fo "'' '. : }
, and shipment/at .th4\.Jeut.:Ipoasible; cost; ;1.-F..,.tf.tV'Extensive nut---: rv>wu Ovdra to.C qe .

v' ;*Bhonjdtb ffat,: ; ; delay and trouble 'It will enable those ; ... -, ... -'*
: both north. and south..to:>,:come'tx improvements1 .being 1- ;*
came ,
.j uecuient 'and up 1i'T nks', ;
> ; made the terminal
s i: Miami; on business after"supper.an .'at. j wharf.' "The! fin, < j<<
1" .r : obc ; .' .- ? return home the same night at a nominal high .fe ce surrounding it has been 6 ;' : J.

-'a in be; "Bay'; cost for carfare and no loss of time completed with the exception of paint- ,-- -- ::.. 1\ .. ; : ; :
:
ot3ae 'onr'fnia .AlIr..1IcDonald-'sugKested.'it. wilt w' ..,.-, .G..I .D YlS;a. .
SOlt'
; .ofMr.., be".a" suburban line1 pure-.and simple; jng.A; :large force.of,men are employ, ;1 "n1 ,...- "' ;6
.C, f+ llot- that are Think of a city built-,jn' an=nnktobn d"iD grading. a\,1OOoot.I .drlVe- to 'palatkar'k'L' : iopi '
e t + ( ; t. West4 .in less .than three- extend in bid(circle ,:'the tp-trrftetMCifatiKOiJ 1
mark- wilderness
+ ... years from' : .. 'tfll i abpd- .. :
sizes and : : *" having a suburban electric line 80 miles ..... '. -. : .....-. ., :>'.- -' :!
: [ -
e > entrance around to the nort1 end'of the :" 3
"I "' .
. .
.",a., eak Citing* came Ibngl __ I 1 I'i- : I 5:* > r.THg ,1' dock which;will be payed with-:rock; : "'-' -4.1-7t '1' =,..r-' ;"" .7-

tbem..dl ; This leaves a large triangular l space in : f --:
or ; t. : COUNTY 'Sr""z't,.. F RSlAf: :..
,,, teack i' : '. _: "".., ;. :..J-_ the nort-west.corner covering an acre ': .. u!
'i r_ is "j Y
mb n tee Of Tueadaj abow.'U .'", ; or two,Which, will be:gradwl and :setout .., J1 ; (; T .

nOJ.nton', -Tbejr i j.What":)l1.tbe.ot Tots of,Tuesday"we'ae' ''that bery.to;tropical The street flowers: along,grass the apd,west shrub aid,:: lm iprved .!Property. ;( r 1'TEN
the' remofsl.
x MIAMI upon question the :of which was badly cut up by the dredgeingsfor .
: \ r"werii' the county seat to Miami nextFebruary ;:the: wharf':will bevregraded <;i. AcnES:aU partfalfy ieiprovea Nave
'Cod eve.D has630 .erea eel 10 citrus fruit trees and .
.Miami yotes.to..dep nd up- -
; and paved thus making the booUvar I "
: 'ether:trw*. well nUrtedfto: I'owl. .- '
y-t J ?>N" .to sail on.sThese' are, the votes.of/MiamTj: ; again complete. -. ""' ..:> ;:.:.1 -' .- Good .11'-room houae wubt and btb--j; ;;" ..,.-w:;' ::
t- r r... i ; ) Cocoanot Grovr, Lemon City anduFt.Landenlale. The terminal wharf will be:;;a handsome :- Douse"'supplied with.. bath well elld ;! ..
they '.ThisIjVjaot the.::exact ? ; ettern'watt. Good barajtmproved i Y
: indeed. when' '"rp.
'
: i 151'UK nmtf : the/contem
!i _s ,calcken-h u!Oe 'and othef. oat-nonMa., . +'
but issomethingjess than the .:
: number : plated mprovemcntuareallcompleted.. Located 25; milts onth-wtit'olHoeo- .... ; ...
:; : v .J ?'
to ; 'j ,
;
exact numbers : = ; C .. ;.. '' .. 'net Orove** grad rua4. $e i oat blues ;
: : ; 'night. "AtPalm B.esch.tbere-were, 234'\votes ., .l' I I! one-quarter ol u U Iron place., .Good":!:", .i ti"fc, --..
1 : The' cast for Be resentatlfe.wbich-Js'a fair "Life'iaahe Tfo 'res."' : tI TEN llIttiborb ACKEaerei nd.t VK v da- 4! citrus troth* ;3; - \t

L "{ ton- test of the vote :of.the'precinct. :At- :--'Abookon. 'planting; tha'trDg and 'ttHI.wen started two acres hammock; -. kl .

j .,'. JUpiter here''were: : .:'61, votes r cast.for: harvesting iodia;rubber;cacao,"coffee; i :hoo.-zGood.eUo..cerJ nteuzdowanabt, -lor treem,* Packlni *- . +"
D 'Palm Representative and at St..:Lucie there bananas;cocoanuts '.and' pineapple, v 'about three minnte.*walk from-located.:icbooK- ,
ft
:, land were _U.bUI: ', it' will;;be- seeir-tbst Also. ,containing,valuable-informatio ..}bo #, atoodroa3sadtsgoodpeigh. ,,.
: i : : : : - -, MiatQi has over 630 voter,. while. ;,West on _'tropical life writUii:;by a'reaiden i ,:; ;- ft rs '..'-t >T, v.
; :: :men',went2t Pal f Beach bas but 808.'{We think it plan while on a.pUntatfon"ea.- t"';For partleulats, ,,apply! to '.L,, -

; :- Some sate to say that when,th"- vote is taken'lamf ragua; :C..:,A. '-Simple' ies iaailed; ,, \-.; F.. S.MORSE.o.; eeverlostO

some; by:, boat. 'will shave. .two ;votes ..to, ::one postage;paid on receipt of 75ci; :'Order : "'"('.::: "; . ce'ItIABI.1La .
;
far inEtW "' express' : .' -tit1i
got;as as estPalni"Beach.2.- : : by .or-poeto ce'oeder':.d'on't .
: ;'trip mben.,tbe ,?.We.think the;matterxcan 'be1tated send,",moner;'In. 'JettertiAddr: 'tbti L, .er. 'i .A. "FJLANG". y ".l ?T t.
the rest of withconfidence't: #'beCaettled"in"'adryance :; aotto.Wl: .';A..XBTROirq; '"- #-c' {i t'I. !- '. !.

>. .*,f, ",?.*'''J, in favor of'.iliami, K l z; .f '-, .:,.....:Bi lrmlugha. I !: ""+. :.qtrr ... -."" .qcO. .tu.-1 ., ._:;;:; .s..J! !.... ""?"
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